Jim Waring of Sonora-Town

Jim Waring of Sonora-Town
or, Tang of Life

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Jim Waring of Sonora-Town by Henry Herbert Knibbs

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1918

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297

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Jim Waring of Sonora-Town
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A very readable story of the Southwest with cowboys, gunmen, the I.W.W. and other excitement makers. Two Eastern girls bring contrasts and the love story which is just nicely deciding as the hero enlists.

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u will turn back from the hunting of men."

"Like hell I will!" muttered Waring.

Ramon, who rode immediately ahead of him, turned in the saddle. Waring gestured to him to ride on.

The heat grew less intense as an occasional, vagrant breeze stirred in the brush and fluttered the handkerchief round Waring's throat. Ahead, the cañon broadened to the mesa lands, where the distant green of a line of trees marked the boundary of the Armigo rancho.

Presently Vaca began to sing; softly at first, then with insane vehemence as the fever mounted to his brain. Waring smiled with dry lips. The Mexican had stood the journey well. A white man in Vaca's condition would have gone to pieces hours ago. He called to Ramon, who gave Vaca water. The Mexican drank greedily, and threw the empty canteen into the bushes.

Waring listened for some hint, some crazy boast as to the whereabouts of the stolen money. But Vaca rode on, occasionally breaking into a wild song, half Yaqui, half Mexican. The youth Ramon trembled, fe

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