Eighteen tales which certainly are excellent in their kind, quick, breezy, full of the local color, yet with delightful touches of universal humanity.
CINCINNATI COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE
They are honest little chapters of life simply written, an effective word of slang stuck in here and there where it does not seem at all out of place; honest, open-hearted, steady-eyed narratives all, with the breeze of the Western prairies in every line, as well as the brotherhood of man, and his triumphs and his failures impressing themselves upon you at every turn.
CHARLES SCRIBNER’S SONS
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