And we've got him quartered on us for nearly two years unless somebody from Glendora comes over and nails him.
Wood went in to sell a cowboy a cigar; the partners started out to have a look at Glendora by moonlight.
The allurements of Glendora were no more dazzling by night than by day.
"I'd saddled up to go to the post office; I never carry a gun with me when I go to Glendora," she said.
Two appeared far down the road, riding for Glendora in a swinging gallop.
Now as they drew almost within sight of Glendora, Kerr became fidgety and nervous.
"I met Alta the other day when I was down in Glendora," he said.
He had not shaved during the two days between Chicago and Glendora; the dust of the road was on his face.
In those days there was merriment after nightfall in Glendora.
It was mid-afternoon of a bright autumn day when Lambert approached Glendora with Kerr chained to the seat beside him.