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FOREST TRIAL
A GRAY

HAWK Adventure
camp

By Dick Kraus

NIGHT was THE FORESTGray Hawk, son

black and forbidding. of the chief of the Otapi, squared his shoulders and strode bravely into the darkness. Behind him he heard the cheerful laughter of the squaws, as they prepared their children for sleep; and the deeper voices of men, around the council fire.

—with the keen-bladed knife that was
weapon, his only
tool.

to be his only

Lopping off several saplings, and trimming them neatly, he planted them in the
soft earth, leaning against the boulder. Several other pliant branches were woven into them. Then, over the lean-to, he piled thick, leafy boughs, forming a shelter

Gray Hawk had never been away from the tribe for more than a few days at a time and then always with several older men, on hunting.parties. Now he was alone. And he would remain that way .until the moon that was full and golden overhead would vanish, and then grow again. It was his trial the Otapi test of man-

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hood!

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son," his father had said, that after-

against the wind and the rain. One side he left open. This would be his entrance. But Gray Hawk did not yet enter the lean-to. Before he could sleep he needed first to collect some food. He knew well the herbs and the edible greens of the forest. When still young he had been taught which fruits and berries were safe to eat. But in order to live for a month, he

noon, "you will go into the forest, armed only with a knife! For thirty suns, until the moon becomes full again, you will live by yourself. You will speak to no member of the tribe, and none will speak to you. Then you will return to the fire of the elders, and you will tell what has happened to you." "And then?" "Then," his father replied, "you will be judged. If it is decided that you have acted wisely and bravely, you will be made a warrior of the tribe. And now go forth."

would have to have meat and fish. He would need to catch game with no bow and arrow to aid him. "I will make a^snare," the Indian youth
decided. From the thicket, he quickly cut several long, thin switches. Binding them into a strong rope, he searched carefully along the ground. At last he found what he wanted the almost imperceptible, narrow path along the bushes that indicated a rabbit runway. Quickly, he formed a noose with the

INTO THE FOREST
the gathering night.

he plunged, into

At first, Gray Hawk's feet followed the familiar paths, near the tepees of the village. Then, gradually, as his eager strides carried him through a valley and over a mountain ridge, the country became strange. Only the light of the moon guided his footsteps. He crossed a frothy, bubbling stream, leaping from rock to rock. Then he started up again, threading his way past giant oak
trees.

lariat he had made. Attaching the other end to a pulled-down branch, he dangled the loop over the rabbit path. A stone held it down. The stone would act as an easily disturbed trigger. He tested the trap once and it worked Setting it again, he slipped quietly away. Lying in a thicket, thirty
!

"I will travel until the

moon

is

high

overhead," he said softly to himself.

"And

then

I

will

make camp."
later,

Three hours

he paused.

feet away, he watched patiently. For several moments, he heard nothing but the faint cry of forest birds. Then, in the moonlight at one end of the clearing, he saw a blur of movement. It was a cottontail rabbit, springing with long hind legs over the grass. The rabbit approached the snare carelessly. Gray Hawk held his breath. Nearer and nearer the animal came until it looked as if it could not avoid the noose and the trigger.

Lodged against a mountainside, deep in bristling thickets, was a huge boulder. One
overreaching side formed a dry, sheltered cavern. Here, he decided, he would make

UT

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it

was about

to touch

Its ears

the deadly stone, the cottontail paused. pricked up, listening, and it

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Then, white
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tail

scampered for

underbrush. A moment later, it was out of sight. Angrily, Gray Hawk clenched his fist. He had not made a sound What then had
!

that he and the other tribe spoke the cries

as the Otapi boy's keen ears detected a distant murmur. At first it was nothing just the crackling of a dry
leaf, the the boughs. Then, gradually, he heard feet moving through the grass and the guttural sound of a foreign tongue. Springing to the shelter of a nearby oak, Gray Hawk froze, waiting. He did not wait long.

warned the rabbit? The answer came,

and grunts of the birds and animals of the forest. Many times he and his friends had used it in play. Now it was of deadly importance. He crouched, and the cry of the screech owl came from his
eee!"
lips.

would be a language young boys of the

"Hooo-eee

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— wind moving

For a moment there was no reply. He tried again. Then there came a quick answer. "Hoo-eee! Hooo-eee!" One of the boys in the village had heard him, lying awake, and was quick to respond. Rapidly, Gray Hawk spoke, in the tongue of the
forest creatures. He gave the warning, told of the enemy that was coming toward the village in the night. Again, he repeated the message. Then he fell silent.

soon, swinging down through the forest in ground-covering strides, there came a file of warriors. They were dressed and painted for war, and from their daubed insignia, Gray Hawk recognized them. They were the Blacksnake tribe deadly fighters of the plains! And their course was taking them through the forest in the direction of the Otapi village. With a feeling of dread, Gray Hawk realized that the enemy war party was going to attack his settlement during the night. He alone could warn his people. But he was forbidden by tribal law to speak to any member of the tribe! It was the law, and he was sworn to obey it for a full moon. How then could he save the Otapi from the enemy foray? What could he do? With swift resolve, Gray Hawk made

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There was nothing more he could do and he shivered as he waited in the dark. Had his warning been understood? Had the other boy roused the warriors of the
tribe?

Soon, as he heard the rustling and furmovements of the Blacksnake attackwriggling up to the village, he knew he would receive the answer. And it came like a lightning bolt.
tive
ers,

up

his mind. Moments after the last Blacksnake warrior passed him, he too darted into the forest. They had come far in the last day. They were tired. There was a chance that if he sped mightily, he could be at the vil-

Torches flamed into life. From behind every tree, up from every hollow in the ground, sprang Otapi warriors, brandishing weapons. In the night, Gray Hawk watched, as his tribesmen fell upon the amazed Blacksnake fighters. Expecting to carry out a surprise attack, the enemy braves were themselves ambushed. The battle lasted a few moments. Then, terrified and badly beaten, the Blacksnake warriors fled in panic, dropping their weapons, thinking only of saving their lives. In the night, Gray Hawk's lips curled in
a smile.

lage before them.

Racing along a course

parallel to the enemy warriors, he was careful not to make any noise. Then, knowing that he had gone past them, he sprinted, with less caution.

Speed was the important thing now. Speed and the precious moments it would bring. Leaping over fallen logs and rocks, ducking beneath low branches, he ran on. He came to the stream and crossed it again, this time with less care. At last, heart pounding, and breath coming in agonizing spasms, Gray Hawk saw the tepees of the village looming up before him. "But now," he gasped to himself, "how can I warn them ? I must not speak to any member of the tribe!"
.

Without hesitating he turned his back on the village, and moved again into the forest. Behind him he heard cries of jubilation and celebrating. Perhaps the Otapi elders knew who had warned their tribe— who had saved them from deadly attack. Perhaps they did not know. It did not
matter.

A
as a

NIGHT
man!

had gone by. Until the moon

was full again, live in the forest. He

Gray Hawk would would prove himself

THE END
HA WK WESTERN!
Thrill to the adventures of every month in

an idea came to him. He would not speak but he would use an-

SUDDENLY,

MONTE HALE

GRAY

.^______

MONTE HALE WESTERN

5
f

C/
;

tfSome folks thought that Monte Hale was just a guitar-playing fool.' They figured that while

Monte was strumming and singing... they could
kidnap his friend, Professor Peabody, right out from under his nose.' But, quick as a flash, Monte swapped his guitar for a gun, and soon made his unappreciative audience sing another tune/
KEEP SINGING, PROFESSOR.' THIS

TIME,

I'LL

ATTEND
1

MONTE
HALE.'

TO THE

FIREWORKS.'

^
'trtsi

a

v

A COMMON SIGHT

IN

THE OLD

WEST-- MONTE HALE, RIDING ALONG, SINGING

git along, little dogies, Git along, git along
SAY.' THAT'S

'how comeVask HlM,PARD/ HE TOLD ME TO/

>

A SONG...

THE COACH FROM SAN BARDOSAN' IT'S STOPPING
REAL FAST.'y-p^rvwoA*

WHOA

BACK,

YUH STUBBORN CRITTERS/

fS THIS STRANGE PASSENGER? WSU SOON FIND OUT/

WO

--

MONTE HALE WESTERN
AWflL, I'LL FIRST TIME

BE— THAT'S THE*
ANYONE TOLD ME

YOUSEE.MYNAMET I SEE.' fS PHINEAS ,^f# THEN YOU,
PEABOPy. I'M

MY

SINGING

STOPPED A TEAM OF HORSES/

WANTED TO
HEAR YOU
SING/

TAKE IT EASY, A COLLEGE ^f&BT THB WORDS YOUNG MAN/ . PROFESSOR, \ AND MUSIC OF I HAD THEM/ BACK EAST— ^v^TH'SONG J WAS AND I'M TAKING STOPPED, < BECAUSE X \ ATRIP THROUGH THEI SINGING

T WANTED TO

V

WEST, COLLECTING

COWBOY

SONGS/

'SA

V)UT BEFORE MONTE CAN BEGIN

HIS FIRST

TUNE

MONTE HALE WESTERN

-I

WAS MISTAKEN FOR A VERY WEALTHY MAN J.C NEWTONHEAD OF THE FARMERS AND

RANCHERS BANK. UNFORTUNATELY, I LOOK ENOUGH LIKE HIM TO BE HIS TWIN. THIS GANG TRIED TO KIDNAP ME, BUT I GOT AWAY. NOW
THEY'VE TRIED

AGAIN/

£?M<
JL '^ST

\

SO THAT IS WHY THE RAIDERS ATTACKED THE COACH.' WHAT
WILL

MONTE DO?

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THE PAPER TRAIL LEADS RIGHT UP TO TH' DOOR.' BUT ^TH'PROfESSOR MUST BE IN THERE WITH TH' GANG. IP
I

BUST

IN.

THEY'LL

SHOOT

HIM, FIRST THING.'

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'wiRB^ boh! want to AWAV 8£50R£ COLONEL PBCOVER ONLV SAVE HIM ONE POLfAfi 7INSTEAR OP TWO/

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J ENOUGH AWAV NOW/ AS

K YOU

CAN STOP.

WE

FAR*

FEET

pain in j for pain in feet rf MIBACLE UCCR rilB

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MONTE HALE WESTERN
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.

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MONTE HALE WESTERN

f*HE BRAZOS PASS was
difficult

high and treacherous-even for a man. on horseback to cross.' Small wonder then, that HALE was

MONTE
it

amazed to find a group
of ranchers

determined
.'

to drive their cattle

over

to market

RESTING
PINE,

IN THE SHADE OF A SCRUB JUST BELOW THE PERILOUS
,

BRAZOS PASS...

YOU KNOW, PARDNER,

MY EARS HAVE BEEN PLAYING TRICKS ON ME.' FOR THE LA$T HALF HOUR, I'VE BEEN HEARING:
'

BUT THAT COULDN'T BE.' NOBODY BUT A LOCOED COYOTE WOULD TRY TO TAKE A HERD OF CATTLE OVER 'THE BRAZOS PASS/ THAT UNLESS THEY WERE IS PART MOUNTAIN

BUT, AS
r

MONTE HALE LOOKS
THE MOUNTAINSIDE...

DOWN
WELL,
I'LL

BE HORNSWOGGLED! MY EARS WEREN'T LYING.'

THERE IS A CATTLE DRIVE
ANP> IT

/SCOMIN'UP
TH' PASS/

GOAT.'

TOWARD

STEERS BAWLING AND

COWBOYS

YELLING.'
LIKE
<

SOUNDS JUST A BIG CATTLE
drive:

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MONTE HALE WESTERN
MUST BE THOUSANDS OP THEM, AIL RIGHT/ ANP THEY'RE NO DOUBT ABOUT IT HEADED POR THE DAC «'
THERE'S

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fJOM! SO YOU'RE THE HEADMAN HERE.' I WAS WONDERING! WHO'D BE WOOLV ENOUGH TO TAKE A CATTLE DRIVB OVER THB BRAZOS

r

*TAIN'T

JUST ME, MONTE/^

SEVERAL OTHER RANCHERS

HAVE THROWN THEIR HERDS T'GETHER

FER THIS DRIVE .V^.

y

PASS/

/

V

7

'£A

k\

-i-

/THAT'S
'

WHAT

I DIDN'T GET,

TOM

.'

NOBODY'S EVER TAKEN A HERD

DALLAS iTOM EVER HEAR OF CURT

EXPLAINS.

&

HE'S A BIG RANCHER, DOWN TH' VALLEY WAY. HE'S BOUGHT UP ROAD

GRAYSON?

AND WATER RIGHTS ALONG
TH' TRAIL

HE'S ASKIN'SUCH A HIGH TOLL TO GO OVEK HIS ROAD, THAT WE CAN'T AFFORD 'GRAYSON TO DO IT.' / WOULD BE 6ETTIN ALL TH' MONEY FOR

TO TH'

TH' CATTLE...

RAILROAD.'

NOT US.'

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WHY WE DECIDED TO TRY BRA20S PASS, MONTE/ BUT WE'RE AFRAID WE'RE GOING TO
THAT'S

ALONG WITH US — AND BEA OUR GUIDE? WE'D,
PAY YOU WELL.

D'YOU THINK YOU COULD

GO

]

OUR ENTIRE HERD ... IF WE W^saY, /MONTE.' H /VDUW S'POSED C
LOSE

IT'S

IF WE GOT »p,
TH'

MY FIRST ADVICE WILL BE TO GET YOUR CATTLE OFF TH' TRAIL, AND SETTLED QUIET. STARTING TO RAIN— AND WHEN
IT

^CROSSING !y{ -jo BEAN EXPERT/ ON THESE
HILLS/

^l^J

HERD TO

!

RAINS UP HERE,
IT

MARKS

YOU SPELL

CLOUDBURST.'

COWHANDS

WORK,

R

TH'

THUNDER AND
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LIGHTNING HAS >// THEM PANICKY/

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ONCOMING HERD,
BUDDIES

MONTE
WORK.'

AND HIS

GO TO

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TH'

REST HAVE
TAIL

THANKS, FELLER/ I'M JUST

TURNED
RUN.'

AND
-y

SCRATCHED A MITE
I'D A-BIN

NICE

... BUT IF YOU HADN'T COME ALONG,

GOIN^MONTE/

CAT FOOD,
AS NOT/

^b^"

LIRE

^
fHROUGH
THE LONG NIGHT, THE CATTLE DRIVE COMES CLOSER AND f CLOSER TO ITS GOAL...LOFTV BRAZOS PASS.' *MEANWHILE, RIDING UP

-™^

raH

FROM THE VALLEY...

MONTE HALE WESTERN
Arriving at the
pass By a side trail, THE RIDERS FIND GRAYSON...

,

,

"

:'.'"-"-'.'

MONTE HALE WESTERN
HERE'S HOW.' REMEMBER

HOW THE CATTLE GOT SO
[SCARED AT THE THUNPER AN' LIGHTNING? "REMEMBER HOW THEY STAMPEDED?
WELL...

/^ I'M NOT AT THE PASS. SO SURE. Z NO SIGN OF THEM'' Y FROM WHAT MOVIN'. AN TH' I'VE HEARD OF CATTLE'S JEST -^ MONTE ^m MILLIN' AROUND. HALE, I RECKON « HE DON'T I THEY'RE GIVE UP SO I V__ EASy/_y GOIN'TO >
( )

^

GRAYSON

IS RIGHT, FOR..

ALL RIGHT, BOYS/

THEY'LL

L f
'

^

J

GIVE

UP.'

J r/

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THE CATTLE ARE ALL ABOVE US. WHEN WE LIGHT TH' TORCHES AND SET OFF TH' FIREWORKS.

STAMPEDE AWAY/ AN' THAT MEANSUPHILL.

TOWARD

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