But soon's I can throw off this load we must drive on up town.
I suggested to Ruth that we wait dinner for him and go on up town and watch him.
Our house is wealthy, and "up town," though that is no matter.
You really won't mind dropping me up town, will you, Bosworth?
Of course it wouldn't do to bring him up town, where he could be looked after.
We must be up town, and that track we crossed must have been at Fifty-ninth Street.
Mrs. Thatcher will drive you up town tomorrow and you can get what you need.
I've been up town and had a set-to with old Baucum and the rest of them.
She had never worn a hat except when she had gone "up town" and then it hadn't been any special hat—just anybody's old cap.
"I'll be up town to see Mr. Wheaton in a day or two," he declared, as he slouched through the door.