The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 8, 1937 Page: 2 of 12
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THE HEREFORD BRAND, HEREFORD, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1937.
A. 4- i. &
BEN *AMESAVILLI AMS*
ttU AMIS WILLIAMS* W.N.UL SERVICE
(Continued from laHt week)
! humor him," she confessed.
Dan enught her close, ‘‘Say,
‘I'll take you on for a round," who|| h(,*K ,MV1I Ro ,|,^«nt. I d
lug explained. “Dan says he’s n j And then—41m tfhot, in the still j
good shot, and Nancy's fair. I air of uiidnftcrnoon, rang loud!
know you're rotten, hut we’il and startlingly. Nancy saw l»au,
teach you tin* rudiments, give you in the very act of moving to one
u handicap." And he naked Mary side, out of line with the pistol’s
Ann: “Have you ever tried It?" muzzle, clasp his middle with hot h.
She shook lier head: “Oh, no." hands and slump quickly forward |
“Mary Ann and I will la* the «>n his knees. He bowed down and
Doctor breeding offered. I hen I**', K|M*n<t the afternoon standing on
chuckled. ‘‘Jerrell tried it, whcnjmv tr .,sk(R, m,.
he was last here; hut he’s hope-j s},0 st(HM, R„,.nt< frowning, in-
™ h!=a - tl,Itli "What
lie spoke to Mary Ann. ' Ily the ,M k ?» ,,mi ask,.,i -Hear some-
gallery," Jerrell promised. “You
will never make an Annie Ooakley
out of me."
“You’ll Ik* surprised," Doctor
breeding assured him. “After I’ve'
given you a tip or two."
“I’m much more likely to shoot
some perfectly innocent bystand-
er," Jerrell demurred.
fell, a little on his side, very quiet-
There was something terrible in
that quiet ness.
Nancy was standing a little, to
one side, near Mary Ann; and
when Han fell, she remained a
moment motionless, all her senses
in suspension to think or move,
lime we get to the landing, he'll
lie led Mary Ann away toward
the boothouse. Nancy looked at
Ihtn with a grimace, amused, per-
plexed. “I suppose we have to
What You Have
Nancy shivered In his arm*.
“No. no. 1 felt -It’s funny; hut
1 felt cold." She freed herself,
caught his hand, “Conn*. we'll
get the targets and things," she
Jerrell was on the wharf wln-n
tin* (mat pulled alongside, and he
reached down to shake Hod or
tlivodlng's hand, and across the
Doctor to Mary Ann. Doctor
(Deeding saw their glances meet.
Then JerreM's hags were in:
they wen* away. Itehiriiing along
the shore of the island th v saw
Dan and Nancy on the court,
screened hy tic* intervening brush;
and the girl waved to them.
“We’ve having a shooting match
'this afternoon. Ira,” Doctor dreed-
“No fear," ltoctor <1 reeding able only to see.
promised. “Well all keep out of Sin* saw Dan lying there so
;v;;v, k;w;;: behind *“’! " H»> quiet mi tin* ground and she saw
brought the boat to the lauding Jerrell staring inereuluiisly at the
with an expert hand. “Thomas pistol in Ills hands. Sin* saw her
will fetch your hags,” he said, father turn to Jerrell, leap lo-
’T/enve them. We’ll go on up to ward him. snatch the weapon away.
Jerrell urged: “See here, Ned,
you and Dan do the fireworks,
Man Ann and I
He cried out furiously;
“You clumsy fool! (Jive me that
Then someone brushed her
I’m the Doctor was so insist- shoulder, spinning 'her half way
cut that Jerrell had in the end around. It was Mary Ann ruu-
to submit, or hy an outright re- ning to where Da> lay.
fusal seem ungracious. “You ad Nancy was still loo dazed fully
as If this wen* life or death, N d," to understand. I hi- was olio of
lie protested, amused and yet an- those ocenrn nee which the mind
ltoycd, too. i cannot quickly grasp.
., , .iii «.i Now Nancy fell at first neither
Doctor (1 reeding mauled. Ds . .
, ..... . , , i ... i gnel nor tear, bln* knew that Dan
mj ohhy, he a>scuicd. laughing
"Imctor Greeding,” ah** called. She'
wux crisply insistent. “Never mind.
blaming auyone now. Hen*,!
Nancy moved aside to let her!
father come at Dan. He knelt1
there, hut he shook his head. "He1
is dead," he suid.
Mary Ann suid sharply: “He’s
not, either! See!”
"Not dead?” Doctor (Deeding ex-
daiuied. Thm* was in his tone
Incredulous surprise like dismay.
He stand at Mary Ann. “He
must Is*," he muttered; ami his
eyes were wide, glassy, staring.
Mary Ann shook Ids arm. “No!
What's tin.* matter with you, Doc-
tor? (.mick! He's still alive!”
“Hut I tell vou—’’ Ihs'tvir (Deed-
“isiok at him!" slic « xclalined.
Then, more sharply: "Is*ok at him!
Don't stare at me!"
And after a moment lie did ttun
his eye- from her to the man
here oil the ground.
Then Nancy saw Dan looking
ii)i at h r, his lids half flood,
lie grinned. “All right, Nancy,"
lit* wlii.spi red.
I ler heart leaped. She cried:
“ l-’at lur, he's :il! right! See!'
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ly. ' I suppose I do rde it hard."
Tie i e was in fact a st ran :c
urgency in the man. He shep-
herded them up the path to the
i oiipi like :i dog uipping at their
heels, and Dan and Nancy met
Doctor (Deeding chuckled. “All
lay yonder on tin* court, hut her
only emotional rone: ion to the fact
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(.n 'ding laughed. “Six feel w id ,
Ira! Don't you see the target,
Jerrell, hoping to lini.di tlii or
deal, hurriedly tried again, and
then again, I tut tils shots wore
w ild. Hel ween shots, D<K‘tor
(Jreedilig eoaell(»(l him, showing
him how to stand, how to hold (lie
pistol, how to press the trigger;
hut Jerrell at length lowered the
the weujHUi, turned aside, shook
Ills head, laughing iiucomforntahly.
“Thill's enough," he InslKti'd.
"It's not. my game.”
Dus'lor (Deeding ehueklisl, and
ns*elv(*d the wen|s»n from Jer-
rell's hand. "Wait a minute. Don't
give up yet," ho jmtsIsNnI. “Ia-1
me allow you how It’s (h»n<*.’’
He lived rapidly, two <»r three
times. "'J’here," he said. “Like
that ! Now Dan, go put up a fresh
target, will you? Ira's got to score
olio hit, lit least, lH*fore 1 let
him off." lb* took the empty maga-
zine out of the pistol and turned
to Jerrell, "Try it without actual-
ly shooting," he suggested, and
pressed the weapon Into Jerrell’s
hands. “Mayls* you’re flinching,
afraid of It. Just aim and snap
Dan had gone ols-diently to
wind the other end of the court
to l \ a new target on the frame,
Jen ell protested half angrily;
"N< I, I don't want to slj<s»f, I
Hut Doctor Crecding still in
sited. "Don't Ik* an iiss, Ira, If
you can make the stork market
sit up and ls*g, you ought to Is*
able to point a pistol at a target.
I’ll stand behind you, see Whether
you're aiming properly,"
Jerrell was flushed and furious,
y<*l If was iiu|N»sslhlo to refuse
without actual offense. lie lift -
isl Ihe wi*u|siii and faced the tar-
get yonder; and I motor (Jrccd-
lug Maid, liehind him:
“All right, now go ahead!"
Jerrell pointed the pistol In Ihe
general dlns*tlon of the oilier end
of the (Xiurt; hut IIS he did so,
Dan, Ids task concluded, lurmsl
and saw him, and cried quickly:
“Hey, don't aim that hiring at
Nancy had been watching Jer-
n*l). sorry for him Iwcause her
father prewsd him so tactlessly,
but mIno pn/,/led by something In
his <’oun(ensn<*e. Hho saw his lilts
(cfanpreas, and veins mi Ills fore-
head swell nm Ihmigh tie were en-
gaged In sn siiusl physical strng
gle Hat when Dan <wllesf Ms
protest, she Usrked (list way.
Her flHfcer. here at JerrHi •
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fJiet sorry, Dm ! (Mi
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Gillentine, Jimmie. The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 8, 1937, newspaper, April 8, 1937; Hereford, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth825273/m1/2/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.