“Jumpoff is not much of a town,” said the girl and laughed to hide how close she was to tears.
He had been 86 on his way from Jumpoff and had cut across country because he was late.
True, there was no schoolhouse, but there was a deserted old shack on the road to Jumpoff.
Everybody in Jumpoff has got invitations to her picnic and dance.
He lifted the reins, pricked his horse gently with the spurs and galloped away to Jumpoff, singing no more.
Jim Boyle was smoking a cheap cigar brought out from Jumpoff by the section boss.
It––it just happened that the Jumpoff crowd brought whisky out from town.
There had been shooting––but even in Jumpoff one hesitated to shoot down an unarmed man, so that the bar fixtures suffered most.
He was in the mood to live up to the Lorrigan reputation when he swung off the train at Jumpoff, but no man crossed his trail.
Mary Hope was riding home from school; Belle was driving out from Jumpoff.