advertisement Laramie Nelson: What does Arizona want him for? First Sheriff: Well, nothing yet. But there's a big herd of cattle coming in today and the boys will be here a couple of weeks spending their money while the herd rests up. Laramie Nelson: So you're locking Tracks up to keep him out of competition. First Sheriff: Sure! We got to give the local boys a break! Tracks Williams: Water? Water? Why, there's ain't no such thing as a good drink of water! Tracks Williams: Well, now that you're dead, why don't you lie down? Lonesome Alonzo Mulhall: There's a dead man in there! Tracks Williams: What? Lonesome Alonzo Mulhall: And I think he's still alive! [Laramie watches Tracks cheat playing Solitaire] Laramie Nelson: Say, that's cheatin'! Tracks Williams: Yeah, I've been cheatin' myself all my life. Laramie Nelson: Ever catch yourself? Tracks Williams: No, I'm too smart for that. Harriet Lindsay: Please be careful! As of my father's death, that horse developed a bad reputation. Laramie Nelson: A lot of us that have that don't deserve it. Maybe he's one of them. [Tracks explains how he saved a youngster from a life of crime] Tracks Williams: I saved him from committing a dishonest act. Laramie Nelson: I don't doubt it. Go on with your story. Tracks Williams: Over in Colorado, Arledge took a right-sized herd of horses from a fella without the fella knowing it at that time. Laramie Nelson: And I suppose you talked him into giving them back? Tracks Williams: Well, I done even better than that. In order to make sure that the owner got them back, I took them horses myself. I started looking for that fella. But you know, I looked and I looked and I looked, and I never... I never could locate him. Finally, I had to sell them horses myself. Tracks Williams: The trouble with you is, you don't know what romance is. Laramie Nelson: Sure I do. Romance is when a man runs after a woman until she catches him. Laramie Nelson: Lonesome, are you sure you love this girl? Lonesome Alonzo Mulhall: I'm sure I do. I'd die for her. Tracks Williams: It's a pretty bad case, Laramie. He's half dead already. Boswell Abernathy: Well, this here is a huntin' license. But according to Hoyle, I need only to change a word or two to make it a bona fide marriage license. [Justice of the Peace Abernathy explains the finer points of the marriage contract to the bride and groom] Boswell Abernathy: The marriage becomes legal directly after I get my fee!