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St. Johns herald and Apache news. volume (St. Johns, Apache Co., Ariz.) 1905-1917, October 28, 1909, Image 4

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AT ALL DRUG- STORES
A CANINE HERO.
p ?t?rted merrily io
vrhprc ve arrived -at 1
:: v J have, d ocl he -'f1
region coid, :
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'on going, ana ar in tne arcernoon,
twentv-four hours after I had sent
Tf$ Story vf Scotch, an Obedient and Sootch hack, I paused on a crag and
" Loyal Dog. looked helow. There in the snowy
' S- . i nn?t interesting us well as a world of white he lay by the mitten
''"most pathetic dog story is related in the snow. He had misunder-
iy VJcxoa A. Mills in his book, uWild stood me and had gone back to
life on (be Rockies.". Air. Mill? .q"14he mitten instead of to get
and his dog Scotch were on a four it. ,
diivs tramn'on the summit of a A -wr.itinir for him to eat a
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.desolate and Jolty range tar above uv
the timber line, and Mr. Mills wa
stopped to rake som photographs.
The work required that he should J T
remove his sheepskin mittens, which S'-c
lij. placed in his coat pocket. The r-'
storv follows: ' :
From time to time as I climbed j lur
fhp summit of thp continental di- ter
"Vile I stopped to take photo Tnnhs,
But on t lie 'summit the cold nVrced
iSv silk gloves, and I flt for my
-m-'irtens. to line! that ovp them
was lost.
1 stopjMd, put an arm around
Scotch and told him I had .lost a
mitten and that I wanted-him to jto
7dpwn for it to save me trouble.
Instead of starting ofr willingly,
as he had Invariably done before in
obedience to mv commands, he
stood still. I thought he had mis
understood me, so I patted him and
then, pointing down the slope, said:
Qo for the mitten, Scotch. I will
wait here for you."
'""He "started for it, but went un
willingly. He had always served me
so cheerfully that I could not un
derstand, and it was not until late
the next afternoon that I realized
that he had not understood me, but
that he had loyally and at the risk
of his life tried to obey me.
My cabin, eighteen miles away,
"was the nearest house, and the re
gion was utterly wild. I waited a
reasonable time for Scotch to re
turn, but lie did not come back. As
it was late in the afternoon and
growing colder, 1 decided to go on
toward my cabin along a route that
A felt sure he would follow, and I
ireasoned that he would overtake
When at midnight he had' not
sme 1 felt something wa3 wrong.
Jept two hours and decided to go
meet mm. The thermometer
. '.rder'nod r " 1.
n : e annals of do'
. I k.; F of no greater deed.
Irrelevant Remark.
.. a slender and very rr t
the belle of the ('.
,e of manv a heart fint
: 'n the course of a morn
jt: on a few days previous
e of school that tlie
d her if she could define
h -.art remark.
UT can'- jst define it," she an
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"Very -rellj give the example.
plea-e.,
"Well, if i should 'be go:n;r
through a dark hMl and shor W
meet Will. White, and he should ask
me the time, and I should sav. 'Mv,
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The Allsqator and th Soots.
Here is a story of a disappoint!
alligator:
"The fisherman was fast asleep on
the river bank when the alligator
crawled up and tried to swallow
him, but only succeeded in swallow
ing his hoots, in which were so
many snakes that the gator turned
from the river and took to the
woods, where in. a vair effort to
climb a tree he was shot b' a nature
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