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straight." And he throws his hand down. Sure enough, it was a straight, eight high. Jim pretty near fainted and so did I.
The bug had started pullin' in the dough when Jim stops him. " Here ! Wait a minute! " says Jim. " I thought you had
somethin'. I filled up." Then Jim lays down his nine full.
" You beat me, I guess," says Elliott, and he looked like he'd lost his last friend.
" Beat you? " says Jim. " Of course I beat you ! What did you think I had ? "
" Well," says the bug, " I thought you might have a small flush or somethin'."
When I regained consciousness he was beggin' for two more bucks.
" What for?" I says. "To play poker with? You're barred from the game for life! "
" Well," he says, " if I can't play no more I want to go to sleep, and you fellers will have to get out o' this room."
Did you ever hear o' nerve like that? This was the first night he'd came in before twelve and he orders the bunch out so's he can sleep ! We politely suggested to him to go to Brooklyn.
Without sayin' a word he starts in on his ` Silver Threads' ; and it wasn't two minutes till the game was busted up and the hunch-all but me-was out o' there. I'd of beat it too, only he stopped yellin' as soon as they'd went.
" You're some buster! " I says. " You bust up ball games in
'he afternoon and poker games at night." '
" Yes," he says; " that's my business-bustin' things."
And before I knowed what he was about he picked up the pitcher
of ice-water that was on the floor and throwed it out the window
through the glass and all.
Right then I give him a plain talkin' to. I tells him how near he come to gettin' canned down in St. Louis because he raised so much Cain singin' in the hotel.
" But I had to keep my voice in shape," he says. " If I ever get dough enough to get married the girl and me'll go out singin' toqether."
" Out where? " I ast.
" Out on the vaudeville circuit," says Elliott.
" Well," I says, "if her voice is like yours you'll be wastin' money if you travel round. Just stay up in Muskegon and we'll hear you, all right ! "
I told him he wouldn't never get no dough if he didn't behave

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