ches realized what had happened the instant before the calamity.
O ches—I'll come and keep house for you—part of the year, anyhow!
That day I went to town, and you came on home, I got drunk as a fool, ches.
ches has got above these good old plays, since he has been at the academy!
ches Mason was a good fellow; he meant well, Ford decided, but he simply did not realize what he was up against.
Honest, ches, I don't want to get mixed up with no more females.
That, ches,” he replied, “is a matter of fifteen or twenty donkeys and an echo—did you think it was the end of the world?
You're more sure than sensible—but—But look at it like I was a stranger, ches.
He reached over an' slapped Mis' Sally down, den picked up de gun an' shot er hole in Leonard's ches' big as yo' fis'.
chess, ches, n. one of the parallel planks of a pontoon-bridge—generally in pl.