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Laughing Bill Hyde

and Other Stories

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Author: Rex Beach
Published: 1917
Language: English
Wordcount: 89,876 / 261 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 82
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 1,097
Added to site: 2004.07.01
mnybks.net#: 8297
Origin: gutenberg.org

Laughing Bill Hyde -- The north wind's malice -- His stock in trade -- With bridges burned -- With interest to date -- The cub reporter -- Out of the night -- The real and the make-believe -- Running Elk -- The moon, the maid, and the winged shoes -- Flesh.

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ously. The knowledge that he had a pal was new and thrilling; it gave Bill constant food for thought and speculation. Thomas was always gentle and considerate, but his little services, his unobtrusive sacrifices never went unnoticed, and they awoke in the bandit an ever-increasing wonderment. Also, they awoke a fierce desire to square the obligation.

The two men laid over at one of the old Russian towns, and Thomas, as was his restless custom, made investigation of the native village. Of course Bill went with him. They had learned by this time to enter Indian houses without knocking, so, therefore, when they finally came to a cabin larger and cleaner than the rest they opened the door and stepped inside, quite like experienced travelers.

A squaw was bent over a tub of washing, another stood beside the tiny frosted window staring out. Neither woman answered the greeting of the white men.

"Must be the chief's house," Thomas observed.

"Must be! I s'pose the old bird is out adding up h

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