The Conductor And Brakeman Volume 34
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1917 edition. Excerpt: ...armlets gleamed out on the ruddy skin. His blanket, which had fallen to his hips, was of beautiful texture. He rode no pony; it was an American horse, and a good one at that,...
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which carried his weight. Bridle and paddle were heavy with silver. All in all, here was the acme of the savage gentleman. "You don't know me, Mr. Halstead?" queried the Indian. He spoke excellent English, and it was evident that he was pleased at the lack of recognition. "Once you take care of little Indian boy, so high," he continued, sweeping his long arm down till it was a matter of three feet from the ground. "You call him Johnny Wolf." "You ain't little Johnny Wolf!" cried Halstead. "By gosh! You simply ain't r "I am little Johnny Wolf." "Well, for heaven's sake! Well, I'll be--Say, what on earth have they fed you on? Boy, I'm mighty glad to see you. Where did you come from? Sally won't know what to make of it. If you ain't growed, then I never saw growing. Good Lord, you're as big as a church steeple! How are you, boy, anyhow?" "Good--leelah ouashty--every way," replied the Indian. He looked straight at the other. "I hear it is not good with j'ou," he concluded. "Now, how did you hear that, Johnny?" "We Injun, we have way. It is true?" "Yes, it is true enough, John," said Halstead sadly. "I'm a busted flush." "That's why I come. As quick as I can, but it is a long ride. Now we fix that.". "Why, what do you mean, Johnny?"' stammered Halstead, a sudden big hope throbbing in his throat. "I have bank," responded the Indian. "You get all the monev you want." "Bank? Surely not!" A peculiar...