The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 21, 1953 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 21, 1953
Page 11
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"/ Sell That Staff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant - Promised Land Massacre Mountains by Frank C.Robertson XXXI lOtTDDENLY p e t e saw appear at the corner room of the j long right angled column of rooms Tliey weren't Indians, and were «urely on guard duty. they The atore was disconnected from the rows of rooms, and there were cabins behind that The chances wer« they were walking backward and forward among thos« buildings. In order to M* better Pete moved a little way out from the corner room, but after a few minutes the men disappeared. He was toward the door, calling out, "Come on Walter," although he feared the Indian boy had been shot. Walter, however, was right behind him. Pete had no time to see whether his enemy was dead or not He had done the best he could, but in the dark: it was hard about to start back to th* row rooms _ when n« heard a sudden, spine-chilling gasp just behind him, foil owed by a thud; He whirled in time to see an Indian fall so close that his out-thrusl fingers grazed Pete's legs. Six feet away stood Walter, holding blood-stained knife. There was no occasion for worda. Pete understood that the dead Indian had seen his approach, but had bided bis time tor Pete to move away from the buildings before making nis saulL The knife in his hand must have been upraised when. Walter, coming up behind him, had struck. Walter had saved Pete's life. Pete drew a long, shuddering breath, and .gripped the Indian boy's hand. Now. thanks to Waiter, the only man who could see his approach to Zad's quarters was dead. Unhesitatingly, he walked straight to the door of Zad's room. Waller was right behind him. He reached back and touched the boy's arm reassuringly, then raised the latch of the door and gave it a push. It flew open, and he heard Zad's heavy, startled voice demand, "Who's that?" Pile said, "Don't move, Barnes, or yiu're a dead man." Trcre was silence as Pete moved f into the darkened room and took it swift, noiseless step to the left, tit was aware that Waller had Allowed him in, almost like (hesitantly, and finding it little more than knee-deep, turned upstream. Here was a chance to foil Tobey's trackers, and their enemies would not be expecting them to go this way, directly opposite the way to Pangeneet It was sk)w going, but as they paused often to listen they could no longer hrt'ar sounds of pursuit It was rounh going through the gorge. Them was a sort of trail which they thought best to avoid wherever pos5!ble, and this necessitated flghtinf their way through brush. Dawn was upon them when finally they ma<*» their way out of PETE flred at th« flash of the the gorge. They lay flat on their gun, and heard the impact of 'aces and drank, for the first time lead striking soft, human flesh. He --"-'-- •- •-'— - L ---••-- flredi twice more, then whirled fhii shadow, but had stepped to the men right on mocassined feet. He could hear Zad breathing hard; trying to make up his mind. Pete stepped forward, revolver ready. Then suddenly, a wash bowl to the right of th« door, crashed to the floor, knocked there by Waller, and Zad's gun thundered. realizing how thirsty they had become. Then the* crawled deep into the brush, ana found a place to sleep. T o Pete, the chance of ever finding the girl seemed infinitesimal, and he felt a sadness that wai like > great weight pressing him iown. But there, was no use in Killing Walter's optimism. Both of them needed rest, Pete perhaps more than the Indlnn boy. but Walter wanted to stand the first and opened flre. In a moment watch and there was no harm in to tell where a bullet might go. IT?,^"' ,5"* ther e. wa s no use He heard yell» at alarm before Walter got through the door, and as they broke into a run a man appeared at the corner of the court other men appeared from various doorways, and before they reached the end of.the court bullets were buzzing about their ears. Between the shots Pete heard an Indian raise a blood-curdling war- whoop, and it was answered by wild yells from every side which letting him do it, Pete stretched out on the ground, his right arm beneath his head, and soon he was sleeping Ihe sleep of utter exhaustion. He had no means whatever of knowing, or guessing, that the shooting they had heard back at seemed to come from both white Two Rivers had not been so pro- and Indian :hroats. and Ihc shoot- ng suddenly increased in volume. They gained the corner of the ast room and plunged toward the at least he had done his best to iccomplish his mission. "You hurt, Walter," he asked anxiously. "I'm al) right," the boy answered. "I knew where that wash- iland was. 1 made a l*ng reach ic fired at the sound." "Good boy!" They reached Santos River, but t appeared that the pursuit was [eltinft closer. Pete stepped into the water un-i miscuous as he had thought, did not know that when he was Irving to get at Zad Barnes to kill him, Nate Wilkinson, with more brush. Without horses. Pete felt than 30 of his men had come "? to .hat their chances were small, but Pangeneet in two wagons, and the rest of the way on foot, and worked their way in to surround (he trading post. The sudden burst of gunfire which had followed his and Walter's escape had caused Nate and his men to attack before they were quite ready, and the first Indian war-whoop Pete had heard had jcen the alarm when an Indian jentinel had seen Wilkinson's men charging In. 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