... and blacker for the whiteness of her face. No one but Gale saw the Yaqui in the background look- Jig down upon... the Spanish girl. All jf Yaqui's looks were strange; but this was singularly so. Gale wondered if the Indian... white horses, and, with Yaqui as guide, circle round through Altar valley to the trail, and head... headed or ■lost or have to circle off the trail, -think what it'd mean to have a Yaqui -with you. He... moment's silence followed her last halting whisper. I hen the Yaqui uttered a singular ■cry. Gale had
The Meridian Tribune (Meridian, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, January 12, 1923: Searching Inside
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