At the end, the officers concluded that no drugs were present, and Eckert was sent home.
So the next morning Eckert came over with Jay Gould and introduced him to me.
Eckert received us heartily—a pleasant-spoken, gentle-mannered creature.
Can't find out who will represent Turbot and Eckert, but watch out.
Major Eckert says that Mr. Lincoln told him he had heard this story.
Mr. Period came to Shopton, and declared it was his belief that his rivals, Turbot and Eckert, had had a hand in the matter.
"That's what I call a persevering woman," said Eckert, solemnly.
One day Eckert called me into his office and made inquiries about money matters.
“Oh, sure,” said Eckert, but he did not follow Schirr into the adjoining room.
The minute the boys go to pumping at Eckert he knows perfectly well what they are after, and of course he shuts up his shell.