Home James B. Hendryx The Texan. The Texan rested an arm upon the bar and leaned forward confidentially. Fatty," he drawled, "you're a liar. The other noted the hand thatrested lightly upon the cowman's hip near the ivory butt of the six-gunthat protruded from its holster, and took no offence. His customercontinued: "They ain't no such horse-an' if they was, you couldn't ownhim. They ain't no man ever throw'd a kak on Ace of Spades but me, an'as fer sellin' him, or tradin' him-I'll shoot him first!" A sudden commotion at the back of the.
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James Marshall Hendrix, better known as Jimi, was considered one of the best American guitar players of the 20th century. Entirely self-taught and inspired by such guitarists as B. B. King, Buddy Holly, and Muddy Waters, Jimi performed in multiple bands across the United States before forming the Jimi Hendrix Experience and releasing Are You Experienced, one of the most popular rock albums of all time. His fame was punctuated with his rendition of the Star Spangled Banner in 1969, before his death in 1970. It was one of the guitars that he had the longest, it stayed with him several years. He called the guitar "Betty Jean" after his girlfriend, and left the guitar with her mother when he went off to the Army in 1960.
The fat man pocketed the dollar and replaced it with a greasy fifty cent piece, an operation which the Texan watched with interest as he swallowed his liquor. They ain't nothin' like eagle bird wheels an' snake liniment at two bits a throw to help a man start at the bottom," he opined, and reaching for the half dollar, tossed it to a forlorn looking individual who lounged near the door.
Section 5. General Information About Project Gutenberg-tm electronic works. Snowdrift A Story of the Land of the Strong Cold. By James B. (James Beardsley) Hendryx. The Challenge of the North. The Promise A Tale of the Great Northwest.
James B. Hendryx (1880-1963) was the author of more than 50 novels and anthologies, and wrote hundreds of stories. And Hendryx wrote what he knew, spending time in Alaska, Canada, and the Wyoming badlands. But he’s best known for his characters set around the outlaw community of Halfaday Creek in the Yukon. Set during the Gold Rush of the late 1890s, Hendryx penned over a hundred stories featuring these characters over the span of 25 years for magazines such as West, Dime Western, New Western, Argosy, and the primary home for the Halfaday Creek series, Short Stories.
Descargar The Texan, de James B. Hendryx para kindle, tablet, IPAD, PC o teléfono móvil. The fat man pocketed the dollar and replaced it with a greasy fifty-cent piece, an operation which the Texan watched with interest as he swallowed his liquor. They ain't nothin' like eagle-bird wheels an' snake-liniment at two bits a throw to help a man start at the bottom," he opined, and reaching for the half-dollar, tossed it to a forlorn-looking individual who lounged near the door.
You can also read the full text online using our ereader. A vivacious and perhaps rather "cheap" story of the north cattle country. Texas, Bat and Winthrop Adams Endicott, who live up to their names, are the heroes of the story, and with them is a romantic eastern fir who walks deliberately into longed for thrills and dangers which she finds less romantic than dreadful