Grit A-Plenty by Dillon Wallace Page 1 of 178

CHAPTER

I. THE CABIN AT THE JUG
II. THE THICKENING MIST
III. DOCTOR JOE
IV. INDIAN JAKE, THE HALF BREED
V. UNCLE BEN GIVES WARNING
VI. THE TRAPPING PARTNER
VII. IN THE HEART OF THE WILDERNESS
VIII. ANDY"S BEAR HUNT
IX. THE STEALTHY MENACE OF THE TRAIL
X. THE FIGHT WITH A WOLF PACK
XI. A STRANGE DISAPPEARANCE
XII. ALONE IN THE STORM-SWEPT FOREST
XIII. A NIGHT IN THE OPEN
XIV. A MAN"S GAME
XV. A DAY ON THE ICE
XVI. CHRISTMAS EVE ON THE FUR TRAILS
XVII. INDIAN JAKE"S SURPRISE
XVIII. SNOWBLIND


XIX. THE HALF BREED DESERTS
XX. A LETTER FROM THE GREAT DOCTOR
XXI. THE TRAIL OF THE DESERTER
XXII. THE BURNING TILT
XXIII. HUNGRY DAYS
XXIV. UNCLE BEN APPEARS
XXV. "TROUBLES THAT NEVER CAME TRUE"

I
THE CABIN AT THE JUG

THE Jug, as Thomas Angus often remarked, was as snug and handy a place to live as ever a man could wish. Ten miles up the Bay was the trading post of the Hudson"s Bay Company, and at Wolf Bight, twelve miles directly across the Bay from the Jug, the trading post of Trowbridge & Gray, and then only five miles to the eastward, at Break Cove, lived Doctor Joe.

"Neighbors right handy all around," declared Thomas, "and no chance of ever gettin" lonesome."



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