Then I jumps off my white mule, takes the swab by the heels, an' chucks him over the warehouse into a cactus bush.
A white mule, which had carried no load for the past ten days, was frozen to death.
Another legend says that he always had a white mule with him which could cover a thousand miles in a single day.
The white mule had to be ridden after all, and poor K. had to give up his riding-mule to carry the things.
He thought he would like to get a kick of "white mule" to put a little heart in him.
He was mounted on a white mule and produced a copy of a treaty with the government to show that his people loved the white men.
Up in the headings of one of the entries—so the story went—lived the ghost of a white mule.
Two days later he entered the City in triumph riding on a white mule; he was received with "universal joy and acclamation."
The white mule stopped at the very stall where this conversation was taking place.
In one of them there is an account of an exciting adventure, in which Washington, the white mule, and one Jared Dixon figured.
Strong bootleg liquor, esp nearly pure grain alcohol
[1889+; because it had a kick like a mule]