"Jack, you'll find this Indian one you can trust, for all he's a Piute outcast," went on August.
The Claywall physician came into the little room as silently as a Piute.
I took hold of them, at the same time saying to our Piute interpreter, "These are in my way; what shall I do with them?"
They yowled and danced like Piute Indians, and glared at each other as they danced.
So he swung himself off Piute, and followed by Santa the two soon disappeared, leaving me alone, but I was used to that.
You see the Piute women put black on their faces when a child is gone.
When the excitement had died away a little, I spoke to the Piute interpreter.
Piute will get deer, or you may shoot them yourself; eat all the venison you can.
Piute raked the red coals from the glowing centre of the camp-fire.
Piute and Peon were skinning coyotes by the blaze of the fire.