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nevertheless, it had to stop at
antelope, but it did so grudgingly and left with a snort of disdain for
the cowtown of the high mesa. curiouseyed tourists had a brief glimpse
of a loadingchute, cattlepens, a puncher or two, and an indian
freighters wagon just pulling in from the spaces, and accompanied by a
plodding cavalcade of outriders on paint ponies.
incidentally the westbound left one of those momentarily interested
easterners on the station platform, without baggage, sense of direction,
or companion. he had stepped off the train to send a telegram to a
friend in california. he discovered that he had left his address book in
his grip. meanwhile the train had moved forward some sixty yards, to
take water. returning for his address book, he boarded the wrong
pullman, realized his mistake, and hastened on through to his car. out
to the station againdelay in getting the attention of the telegraph
operator, the wire finally writtenand the easterner heard the rumble
of the train as it pulled out.
even then he would have made it had it not been for a portly individual
in shirtsleeves who inadvertently blocked the doorway of the telegraph
office. bartley bumped into this portly person, tried to squeeze past,
did so, and promptly caromed off the station agent whom he met head on,
halfway across the platform. gazing at the departing train, bartley
reached in his pocket for a cigar which he lighted casually.
the portly individual touched him on the shoulder. nother one, this
thanks. but my baggage is on that one.
youre lucky it aint two sections behind, this time of year. travel is
bartleys quick glance took in the big man from his highheeled boots to
his black stetson. a cattleman, evidently well to do, and quite
evidently not flustered by the mishaps of other folks.
theres a right comfortable little hotel, just over there, stated the
cattleman. wishful runs her. it aint a bad place to wait for your
bartley smiled in spite of his irritation.
the cattlemans eyes twinkled. youll be sending a wire to have em
take care of your war bag. well, come on in and send her. you can catch
number eight about winslow.
the cattleman forged ahead, and in the telegraph office, got the
immediate attention of the operator, who took bartleys message.
the cattleman paid for it. taint the first time my size has cost me
money, he said, as bartley protested. now, lets go over and get
another cigar. then we can mill around and see wishful. youll like
wishful. hes different.
they strode down the street and stopped in at a saloon where the
cattleman called for cigars. bartley noticed that the proprietor of the
place addressed the big cattleman as senator.
this here is a dry climate, and a cigar burns up right quick, if you
dont moisten it a little, said the cattleman. i most always moisten
bartley grinned. i think the occasion calls for it, senator.
oh, shucks! just call me stevesteve brown. and just give us a little
green river tom.
a few minutes later bartley and his stout companion were seated on the
veranda of the hotel, gazing out across the mesas. they were both
comfortable, and quite content to watch the folk go past, out there in
the heat. bartley wondered if the title senator were a nickname, or if
the portly gentleman placidly smoking his cigar and gazing into space
was really a politician.
a dusty cowpuncher drifted past the hotel, waving his hand to the
senator, who replied genially. a little later a navajo buck rode up on a
quickstepping pony. he grunted a salutation and said something in his
native tongue. the senator replied in kind. bartley was interested