By Andy Adams
Buy of this publication comprises unfastened trial entry to www.million-books.com the place you could learn greater than 1000000 books at no cost. this is often an OCR variation with typos. Excerpt from booklet: bankruptcy III LAS PALOMAS Theee is whatever approximately these huge ranches of southern Texas that reminds one of many previous feudal process. The pathetic attachment to the soil of these born to definite Spanish land can provide can simply be in comparison to the ecu immigrant while for the final time he seems to be at the land of his beginning earlier than crusing. Of all this Las Palomas used to be normal. during time a number of such provides were absorbed into its baronial acres. however it had continually been the coverage of Uncle Lance by no means to disturb the Mexican inhabitants; quite he inspired them to stay in his provider. therefore had sprung up round Las Palomas ranch a bit Mexican neighborhood numbering a few dozen households, who lived injacals as regards to the most ranch structures. They have been easy humans, and rendered their new grasp a feudal loyalty. there have been additionally numerous small rancMtes situated at the land, the place, below the Mexican regime, there were pretentious adobe constructions. a few households nonetheless resided at those abandoned ranches, content material in cultivating small fields or taking care of flocks of goats and some head of livestock, paying no condominium store a provider tenure to the recent proprietor. The customs of those Mexican humans have been easy and primitive. They blindly authorized the spiritual teachings imposed with fireplace and sword through the Spanish conquerors upon their ancestors. A padre visited them each year, christening the babes, marrying the adolescence, shriving the penitent, and announcing lots for the repose of the souls of the departed. Their social customs have been in lots of respects precise. for example, in courtship a tender guy was once by no means allowed within the presence of his inamorata, until in corporation of others, or less than the attention of a chaperon. Proposals, even one of the nearest of pals or such a lot intimate of acquaintances, we...
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Just before the dance commenced, I noticed Uncle Lance greet a late arrival, and on my inquiring of June who he might be, I learned that the man was Captain Frank Byler from Lagarto, the drover Uncle Lance had been teasing Miss Jean about in the morning, and a man, as I learned later, who drove herds of horses north on the trail during the summer and during the winter drove mules and horses to Louisiana, for sale among the planters. Captain Byler was a good-looking, middle-aged fellow, and I made up my mind at once that he was due to rank as the lion of the evening among the ladies.
Tears came into the wife's eyes. For a moment I pitied her. Indeed, the pathetic was not lacking. But the hearty corporal reminded his better half that her parents, in his interests, had once been asked for her hand under similar circumstances, and the tears disappeared. Tears are womanly; and I have since seen them shed, under less provocation, by fairer-skinned women than this simple, swarthy daughter of Mexico. It was but natural that the parents of the girl should feign surprise and reluctance if they did not feel it.
Tell your pa you saw me. ” On overtaking the ambulance in camp, our party included about twenty, several of whom were young ladies; but Miss Jean insisted that every one remain for breakfast, assuring them that she had abundance for all. After the impromptu meal was disposed of, we bade our adieus and separated to the four quarters. Before we had gone far, Uncle Lance rode alongside of me and said: “Tom, why didn't you tell me you was a fiddler? God knows you're lazy enough to be a good one, and you ought to be good on a bee course.
A Texas Matchmaker by Andy Adams