His fingers tightened involuntarily the reins, so that keno stopped and eyed his master inquiringly.
With that in his mind, he mounted—and turned keno's head toward Hartley.
Good Indian started for the little pasture, where keno was feeding and switching methodically at the flies.
A week has rolled into the past since the event at the keno den.
He went down to the stable, started to saddle keno, and then decided that he would not.
His horse had disappeared, but Curly helped him to the back of keno.
keno will keep guard, if we tell him; though whoever comes here, anyway?
There's a sight of talk about the doin's of them faro an' keno sharps.
Then the night came on and the streets of keno were empty, except for the flying dirt.
The Paymaster was dead, and keno was dead; and their eight hundred dollars was gone.
game of chance (akin to bingo), 1814, American English, probably from French quine "five winning numbers in a lottery," from Latin quini "five each," distributive of quinque "five" (see five). The numbers are arranged in rows of five.