"I'd take my oath he has hid them somewheres," replied Jack Beard, an ill-looking lad.
Because we have got to get somewheres, you know; we don't stand still.
Who knows but he may be surveying of us from—from somewheres or another, and contemplating us with a watchful eye!
"That must be somewheres over on the Blackfoot side," he announced.
He ner the men hadn't had a bite o' supper yet; they'd just got back from somewheres.
It was the tag end o' June—an' in June cemeteries seems like somewheres else.
You said he'd run off to go gold-diggin' in the Klondike or somewheres.
I use' to look at the picture an' look at it, an' when I did, it seemed almost like I was off somewheres else.
"I'll get yer a bit of mahogany from somewheres," he said very gently.
There was only three men in the cabin; the rest was off somewheres.