The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, October 19, 1922, Image 3
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"Whut' that I Knur stitches I" "Say, IUi-nrck, you ain't afraid of the needle, are you? Why, a great big husky looking dug like you ought to bo able to huvo a leg sawed off with out batting an eye." "Afraid? Of course I ain't afraid of anything. Do I look an If I was afraid? Sny, Doc, my ancestors used to hunt the savage boar In old llennany. I guess it takes some nerve to tackle that kind of game and " "Yes, I know all about that. You're Just like sumo folks I know, nlwnyB talking about thu great things their an cestors did." "But, Doc, I wanted to tell you moro about my people. There's Ulsmarck, tho man I wns named after. I guess he could go some when it came to nerve Did you ever see his picture with n big dog on each side of him? Well, them's my kind of dog. Do you suppose old Iron Bismarck was hav ing his picture taken with a couple of whining curs? Not for Ulsmnrck. lie associated with dogs that were dogs. I ain't afraid of your needle, Doc." "I've heard lots of folks brag about the great people their relatives asso ciated with. No rellectlon on you, Bis ninrck ; but It's a fact. Of course you ain't afraid of the needle or" "Still, Doc, I was thinking that per haps It might be u goou plan to give me something Not that I'm afraid, but you see, I've got u' nasty temper, and I'm awful strong. I don't care und I'm awful strong." "I see. Some folks are that way. They are awfully afraid they will hurt someone. 'No rellectlon on you, Uls mnrck. To be sure that you'll hold still nnd won't hurt me, I'll give you the dope. But how did you get this?" "I Just went out like a good fellow to take n Httlo dog's part and in tho mix-up I got cut." "Funny you got It behind, BIsmnrck. I once' knew n fellow who got wound ed In n charge, and he was a bravo soldier. Marched right up In the face of the enemy's guns; I sewed him up. Strange, though, he got It In the back." "Doc, you don't mean anything by thnt, do you?" "Oh, no, It Just reminds me. That's nil. Dogs nro so much like folks that I always think of somo one I know when you dogs come In here with your troubles. Take your dope now nnd I'll fix you up." "Hello, Snap, said tho Doctor, as n llttlo bull terrier all covered with blood nnd mud limped Into tho office. "You hero again?" "That's all right, Doc, hut who's your big friend that Just left? Is that Ulsmnrck? I got so much dirt nnd blood In my eyes, I can't see very well." "Thnt's him. I Just put four stitches Into him. "My, he's n big stlfT. Looks like he could eat up a barnyard full of llttlo dogs like me. But say, Doc, ho can't fight a lick on earth. I gavo him thnt hole you sewed up, nnd If he hadn't been such a good sprinter I'd given him somo more. I suppose he told you he got It In n fierce battle with n flock of dogs." "That's about It, Snap. He gave It out that ho was really such n bad dog that I had better give him some dope for fear he might bite me when I put the needle In him." "The lying cur! Had to tnko dope, eh, for a little Job like thnt." "Did ho muss you up and give you all those cuts you've brought In here?" "I should sny not I Me nnd nnother dog was having n nice little scrap In tho nlley My, but that dog could go some I Ho gave mo the best fight I've had for months. Well, wewere Just having tho nicest kind of time when along comes Ulsmnrck, with his big, flerc growls, making a lot of buck Jumps ns though he was going to butt Jn an lick us both." "I've seen them kind of big saucy folks. They'd roar nnd dance around Just like they were nchlng for a fight, when they were renlly only trying to scare someone." "Anyway, I didn't like to have the big fellow butting In. It mnde mo so mad I let go of my dog and went for the big fellow. You should have seen him run and you ought to have heard tho poor llttlo yelps ho let out with every Jump. I nailed him once Just ns he wns turning tho corner, hut I couldn't get to him again. Sow me up, Doe, but no dope. I won't hurt you and you won't hurt me. To tell the truth, I Just like to get hurt once In a while. It makes me feel good." "Sny, Snap, why are you always looking for a scrap? What Is thcro in It?" "Oh, I don't know. I Just feel mean when thero Is nothing doing, but nfter I have a good fight I'm nil right for n while. There's folks Just like that, I suppose." "Yes, lots of them. They Just go nhoiit looking for trouhlo and It don't mako much difference how badly they get beat up they go out after It agnln." "Thnt'H nil right, Doc. I guess you'v.o got mo fixed up pretty good. I'll limp bnclc to tho bnrn and try to keep out of trouble for a few days. 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