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Say, you was quite right not to EXIT THE TENDERFOOT 23 play with our friends back there in the store for money. I suppose you didn't? That is, anyway, I didn't see any money put up. " "What's 'on it,''' I wanted to know. Jake was so friendly that I didn't mind asking him to translate. " 'On it'? ' Why, them chaps had got it fixed all right for you if you'd ever put up the spondulics " --clearly the cash-" Why, you was as innocent of spotting it as a two-year-old baby, but they'd got a looking-glass there in the cover of an open cigar box, right behind you inside that show-case, so as they could see every card in your hand!

Do you think I ought to carry a pistol now that I've come out here? " There was the quaint quizzical look on his face that I was already getting to know. " Well," he said, speaking as gravely as a judge. "it's like this. You might tote a gun all around this Western country for twenty years and never want it. " That phrase was a chestnut, as he must have known well enough, though I was too green to spot the fact; but I came to know later on that" You'd want it powerful bad" had grown into a byword out West.

Mr. D. A. Cheever and I became great friends and I have the warmest recollection of his kindness. " The first thing I did was to get rid of most of the $300 I carried in my belt by opening an account and putting the money on deposit. My brief Cheyenne experience had taught me how unpleasant it was to feel oneself rather too well worth robbing. And the next thing I did was to have an interesting interview with the bank-manager, or as Americans call him the cashier. " I told him I had some capital, not a great deal, that I could bring over, and I was anxious to know what sort of returns I might expect for it.

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