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  • So-long,” said Gordon in a strained and husky voice.

    Tales of the Jazz Age

  • The next moment, with a nonchalant "So-long," the parting of the plains, he had dug the spurs into his horse and ridden away.

    The Free Range

  • Presently they mounted, and Bud, with a loud "So-long" and a wave of the hand to some of the punchers, turned south.

    The Free Range

  • "So-long," said Gordon in a strained and husky voice.

    Tales of the Jazz Age

  • "So-long," called Connie, as he stood beside the sled a half-hour later.

    Connie Morgan in the Fur Country

  • "So-long," said Gordon in a strained and husky voice.

    Tales of the Jazz Age

  • They parted with a casual "So-long; see you later."

    Crooked Trails and Straight

  • Annersley left the store Young Pete's "So-long, pop," was as casual as sunshine, but his tough little heart was thumping with restrained excitement.

    The Ridin' Kid from Powder River

  • Next mornin 'they acted kind of queer, sayin' nothin 'except,' So-long, 'when they lit out.

    Sundown Slim

  • While she stood with clenched hands, evidently moved by the threat in his manner and words, he said "So-long," shortly, and swung the door open.

    The Boss of the Lazy Y

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