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The Big Corral by Al Cody

Author:Al Cody

Language: eng

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Tags: western, cowboy, ranch, rustler, gunfight

Publisher: Wildside Press LLC

Published: 1948-06-10T16:00:00+00:00

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The Big Corral by Al Cody

– 14 –

FEW MEN indeed had ever seen Tripp Devero dismayed, but had there been any to witness now, they would have beheld a badly frightened man. He was still frantically at work, chafing wrists, wetting Marian’s forehead and doing other ineffectual things, when Judy and Bud Farris returned to the cook house.

Judy took efficient charge. But there was not much that she could do, as it soon developed. This was no ordinary fainting spell on the part of Marian Breen. She was unconscious, and Judy turned a coldly suspicious eye on Devero.

 

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Author:Al Cody

Language: eng

Format: epub

Tags: western, cowboy, ranch, rustler, gunfight

Publisher: Wildside Press LLC

Published: 1948-06-10T16:00:00+00:00
– 14 –

FEW MEN indeed had ever seen Tripp Devero dismayed, but had there been any to witness now, they would have beheld a badly frightened man. He was still frantically at work, chafing wrists, wetting Marian’s forehead and doing other ineffectual things, when Judy and Bud Farris returned to the cook house.

Judy took efficient charge. But there was not much that she could do, as it soon developed. This was no ordinary fainting spell on the part of Marian Breen. She was unconscious, and Judy turned a coldly suspicious eye on Devero.

“What you do to her, anyway?” she demanded.

Devero was deeply contrite.

“I reckon it’s all my fault,” he admitted. “I tried to kiss her—and she slammed me over the head with that chair. Then, the next thing, she just went limp in my arms, as I caught her. But I sure didn’t intend to do anything to upset her this way.”

“Who you, anyway,” Judy probed, and added shrewdly, “You this Tripp Dev’ro, maybe?”

“Yes, I’m Devero. But I’d sooner cut off my hand—or my head, for that matter—than to do anything to hurt her.”

Judy placed a broad palm on Marian’s forehead and surveyed him with kindlier eyes.

“Reckon it ain’t your fault—much,” she said. “She set lot of store by you, from what I make out. She plumb sick—been actin’ funny here las’ two-three days. Feel how hot she is now.”

Devero obeyed, and was startled at the feverish touch. If there was relief in the knowledge that this might not be all his fault, it was wiped away in the conviction that here was grave illness. He made an abrupt decision.

“We’ve got to get her to a doctor, quick as it can be managed. I’ll hitch up the team, and we’ll start. You get her ready to travel.”

“Guess she as ready as she ever will be,” Judy retorted. “Ain’t nothin’ lef here but bare wall an’ burned ground.” She was as much relieved at the prospect of leaving as she was worried at this strange malady which had struck her mistress down.

Devero found Bud Farris outside, holding the horses. He had met Farris once before, and now he was shocked at the change in the man.

“What happened to you?” he demanded, and listened in growing surprise as Farris explained. Bud had made considerable improvement in the last week. The blistered skin was peeling, being replaced by good fresh growth beneath, and most of the festering globules where shot had penetrated were healed. But his eyes were still sore and sightless.

“You’ll come along,” Devero instructed. “Couldn’t leave you here in any case. And it’ll do no harm to have a medico look you over.”

He harnessed the horses and hitched the team to the wagon, then carried Marian out and made her as comfortable as possible, with Judy to watch over her in the back of the wagon. There was no change that he could see, and his mouth was a tight line as he climbed to the seat again and took up the reins.

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