By R. B. Townshend
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Wal', as I was sayin', I kept a lay-out there, and most of us of the Command used to drop into the Salt Lake stores when we wanted to trade, and tried to be as friendly with the Mormons as we knew how. There was a good few Gentile stores in Salt Lake too, but even there most all the folks who went to trade was Mormons. An' that was how I run acrost her buying suthin' in a store. We got talking together and kind of took to one another first start. Then we got to meetin'-quite casually you understand," with 26 THE TALE OF A TENDERFOOT another very knowing smile.
Effect of the light air. pressure ain't half of what it is back there in New York! " I might be a tenderfoot, and my University degree had undoubtedly been obtained in classics not in science, but I couldn't quite swallow that. What amused me was our stage-driver Bill's absolutely serious voice, and likewise the serious way in which some of our wise men from the East whom we had aboard took it; they had heard many strange things about the West, but that water should run uphill, not in a force-pipe but in an open irrigating ditch, that was a large order.
Lord, but that was a close call! " His apologies were loud and profuse. He passed his hands over my breast to make sure I was not wounded, while thought after thought raced through my whirling brain. Even as he passed those examining hands of his over my breast, I reflected that underneath were three hundred dollars, in my belt. I knew nothing of this Mr. Crocker, a mere chance acquaintance picked up on the cars. Suppose he were a thief, and after the dollars! How easily he could have taken them if I had been killed.
A Tenderfoot in Colorado (Timberline Book) by R. B. Townshend