She had no boat, and none could have lived on that wild water.
They had no guide but the breaking of the wild water on each side of them.
"Me for one for breakfast," Wild Water Charley said cheerfully.
"They—they ain't worth no ten dollars," Wild Water said slowly.
Wild Water shook his head sadly and helped himself to the beans.
"Look here, you two," Wild Water said in a burst of confidence.
For the moment it seemed that Wild Water was going to burst or have apoplexy.
"It's a hold-up, that's what it is," Wild Water declared irately.
Wild Water paused, with uplifted pen, as he was about to sign.
I'll get Wild Water here at two o'clock to take delivery of eggs.