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Author:Max Brand

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Tags: western, fiction

Publisher: Wildside Press LLC

Published: 1933-06-10T16:00:00+00:00

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Fightin’ Fool by Max Brand

CHAPTER 14

The Oasis

The work of Lem Hooker was always done thoroughly. He got a group of men together first and searched the house from the attic to the floor. Then he went through the barns. He had thirty hands or more hauling hay, leading the derrick horses, handling the big Jackson forks, or stowing the hay away in the tops of the barns. There were plenty of hands present, therefore, and when the search had been completed without finding Jingo, Lem Hooker made a little speech to the gang in which he described Jingo.

 

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Author:Max Brand

Language: eng

Format: epub

Tags: western, fiction

Publisher: Wildside Press LLC

Published: 1933-06-10T16:00:00+00:00
CHAPTER 14

The Oasis

The work of Lem Hooker was always done thoroughly. He got a group of men together first and searched the house from the attic to the floor. Then he went through the barns. He had thirty hands or more hauling hay, leading the derrick horses, handling the big Jackson forks, or stowing the hay away in the tops of the barns. There were plenty of hands present, therefore, and when the search had been completed without finding Jingo, Lem Hooker made a little speech to the gang in which he described Jingo.

“He ain’t here now,” he said. “All you need to do is to make sure that he don’t get here later on. Now go to work—and keep your eyes open. Act like he could burrow underground, or turn himself into a load of hay, or drop down out of the sky on a pair of wings. If any of you ain’t packing a gun, go and load yourselves down. In this here game, the gent that’s tagged is going to know he’s ‘it’ without nobody telling him.”

In the meantime, Jingo and the Parson had cut across country, taking their ease on the way, since there was no great hurry in performing the journey. The tireless trot of Lizzie, which would have broken the bones of any man other than the Parson, continued steadily, and Jingo’s fierce-eyed horse easily kept pace.

So they came, in the heat of the afternoon, to the crest of a hill from which they looked down on the white windings of the road that ran through a valley beneath them. The wind was traveling down the valley. Now and then it picked up a whirl of dust and carried it like a ghost over the road. The day was hot; the wind blew the heat even through flannel shirts and scorched the skin.

The Parson said: “Down yonder, Jingo, there’s a thing that looks to me like a dog-gone oasis, and to-day’s hot enough to be a desert. You see them trees and the red roof in the middle of ’em, and the shed that sticks out onto the side of the road? That’s a place where a man could get a glass of beer, I’m thinking.”

“And show our faces and show our hands?” said Jingo. “Would that make any sense?”

“I’ll throw a coin,” said the Parson.

Jingo laughed. “All right,” he said. The coin spun, winking high in the air, off the thumb of the Parson.

“Heads!” said Jingo.

The half dollar spatted in the great, hard palm of the Parson. “Tails,” said he, closing his fingers over it.

“I didn’t see it,” answered Jingo.

“Hey, you wouldn’t argue about a glass of beer, would you?” asked the Parson.

Jingo laughed again. “You love trouble, Parson,” he said. “You’re going to have a ten-course dinner of it before very long. You’re going to have trouble roasted with the feathers on. But come along.”

He turned his horse down the slope, and they swept up in good style to the front of the tavern.

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