Fox-fire is occasionally put to a cruel utility by hunters in association with the "salt-lick" for deer.
There was that salt-lick we ran across two days ago; why, from the marks, thousands of deer and buffalo must visit it every year.
So we trailed the Shawnees, us two, and come up with them one night encamped beside a salt-lick.
It might be that we are three miles away from the salt-lick; and then again perhaps its still three hours walk.
The Wolf could have run alongside, and wed have reached the salt-lick quicker than we seem likely to do at this rate.
Im the scout who was to leave word at the salt-lick; and my name is Jasper Williams!
On another occasion, when Boone had gone to visit a salt-lick with his brother, the Indians ambushed them and shot the latter.
For instance, a 'salt-lick,' as your sweet Yankees call it—and set up an infirmary for foot and mouth disease.
The ambush by the salt-lick or water-hole, however, is his favourite method of sport.
Along the buffalo paths, from one salt-lick to another, a group of pioneers took a vagrant way through the dense cane-brakes.