Once woofer stopped and looked back to see if his escape from camp had been observed, or if any one was stirring.
Be careful, and do not let woofer see you alone, and if he lays his hand on you, scream for me.
Suddenly the tent flew apart, and woofer appeared, carrying in his arms the insensible form of the Indian girl.
Ted also slept on the outer rim, and not more than ten feet from woofer.
The meal was soon over, and woofer began to strut up and down in front of the cabin.
Ted was not more than ten feet away when woofer disappeared.
woofer saw his game, and swore horribly, as he tried in vain to throw Ted.
woofer all the while was urging on his pony, trying to throw Ted off his feet.
When they were ready to start, Ted walked up to woofer and the man who had come in with him in the night.
The boys laughed at the story, for woofer, as they began to call him immediately, told it in a most comical manner.