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184              INDEX OF FIRST LINES
'Way out in Western Texas, where the Clear Fork's
waters flow, 35 'Way high up in the Mokiones, among the mountain-tops,
81 We had all made the guess by the cut of his dress an' the
tenderfoot style that he slung, 40 We was settin' 'round the ranch house on the last
Thanksgivin' Day, 151 We was trailin' some stolen cattle, 153 We were camped on the plains at the head of the Cimar­ron, 171 Well, old horse, you Ve brought me 'cross the line, 123 What's become of the punchers, 163 When I think of the last great round-up, 73 When the Mormons drifted southward, 117 When the sap comes up through the Cottonwood roots, 112 Where the old Fort Sumner Barracks look down on the
Pecos wide, 127 Where the Pecos River winds and turns in its journey t«
the sea, 126 While you 're all so frisky, 111 sing a little song, 156 Windy Bill was a Texas Man, 168
You kin brag of city caffeys and their trout from streams
and lakes, 74 You may call the cowboy horned and think him hard to
tame, 34