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Whispering Smith   By: (1859-1937)

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[Illustration: "And whom may I say the message is from?"]

WHISPERING SMITH

BY

FRANK H. SPEARMAN

ILLUSTRATED BY N. C. WYETH AND

WITH SCENES FROM THE PHOTO PLAY

PRODUCED BY THE SIGNAL

FILM CORPORATION

NEW YORK

GROSSET & DUNLAP

PUBLISHERS

Published by Arrangement with Charles Scribner's Sons

COPYRIGHT, 1906, BY

CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS

Published, September, 1906

TO MY SON

THOMAS CLARK SPEARMAN

IN MEMORY OF

A PIEDMONT WINTER

CONTENTS

CHAPTER PAGE I. The Wrecking Boss 1 II. At Smoky Creek 10 III. Dicksie 23 IV. George McCloud 33 V. The Crawling Stone 51 VI. The Final Appeal 60 VII. In Marion's Shop 64 VIII. Smoky Creek Bridge 71 IX. The Misunderstanding 76 X. Sweeping Orders 88 XI. At the Three Horses 93 XII. Parley 103 XIII. The Turn in the Storm 122 XIV. The Quarrel 131 XV. The Shot in the Pass 141 XVI. At the Wickiup 148 XVII. A Test 155 XVIII. New Plans 162 XIX. The Crawling Stone Rise 169 XX. At the Dike 179 XXI. Supper in Camp 197 XXII. A Talk With Whispering Smith 207 XXIII. At the River 217 XXIV. Between Girlhood and Womanhood 225 XXV. The Man on the Frenchman 242 XXVI. Tower W 256 XXVII. Pursuit 262 XXVIII. The Sunday Murder 271 XXIX. Williams Cache 281 XXX. The Fight in the Cache 292 XXXI. The Death of Du Sang 305 XXXII. Mcloud and Dicksie 312 XXXIII. The Laugh of a Woman 320 XXXIV. A Midnight Visit 327 XXXV. The Call 334 XXXVI. Duty 340 XXXVII. Wickwire 346 XXXVIII. Into the North 352 XXXIX. Among the Coyotes 361 XL. A Sympathetic Ear 373 XLI. Dicksie's Ride 379 XLII. At the Door 389 XLIII. Closing In 395 XLIV. Crawling Stone Wash 403 XLV. Back to the Mountains 413

WHISPERING SMITH

CHAPTER I

THE WRECKING BOSS

News of the wreck at Smoky Creek reached Medicine Bend from Point of Rocks at five o'clock. Sinclair, in person, was overseeing the making up of his wrecking train, and the yard, usually quiet at that hour of the morning, was alive with the hurry of men and engines... Continue reading book >>




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