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20131012




“That is positively painful to watch.”

“Yep.”

Hannibal Heyes and Kid Curry were seated in the club car of a moving train observing a poker game in progress at a nearby table. It wasn’t a particularly plush car, not one in which one would discover the elites of society, but it was comfortably furnished with the usual red Victorian decor of the period....
 
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20131011



“I’d say, as far as favors for Lom go, this is one of the easier ones. All we have to do is deliver this message.” Hannibal Heyes held his horse’s reins in his left hand and patted his shirt pocket with the right.

“It might be easy Heyes, but this has gotta be the dullest part of Wyoming to ride through. No wonder we never robbed any banks ‘round here.” Kid Curry halted...
 
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20131010

“A friend of mine is dead, and it looks pretty suspicious to me. I want you two to check it out.”

“Silky,” said Heyes, “you mean you had us come all the way to San Francisco to look into the death of someone? Why can’t you ask the police or a detective to look into it?” Heyes exchanged a look with the Kid. The Kid shrugged his shoulders in return.

“Because they think he...
 
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20131010





“It’s a dollar a day to stable and feed them horses.”

“A dollar a day! That’s highway robbery,” yelped the Kid.

“That does seem a bit steep for the horses,” added Heyes. "Perhaps we can compromise on, oh, say, fifty cents?”

“A dollar a day. That’s cheap here. Hotel’s three dollars a day.” The liveryman turned and spat onto the ground.
 
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20131006





Heyes and Kid Curry were walking to the train station of Florrisant Colorado, on a bright clear cold day in October.

"Not bad, we stayed in this town a whole week with no problems," said Curry.

"Yep, no problems, no sheriff's spotting us, no rushing out of tow..."

Curry grabbed Heyes’ arm, interrupting him, and...
 
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20131006




“Gentlemen, as has been said by many better men before me, ‘the hand is quicker than the eye’. Nevertheless, do not take my word for it, watch and see.

I place before you three tin shells, thus, and one small copper pea. The pea is deposited under one of the shells, so…and now, keep your eyes on the shell with the pea, you sir, yes you. Watch that shell sir; watch...
 
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