rrid old Jim Narnay--you know him?"
"Sure," agreed Marty, beginning to grin faintly again.
"He was intoxicated--really staggering drunk. And he came out of the back door of the Inn, and some boys chased him out on to the street, hooting after him. Perry Grimes and Sim Howell and some others. Old enough to know better----"
"He, he!" chuckled Marty, exploding with laughter again. "Old Narnay's great fun. One of the fellows the other day told him there was a brick in his hat, and he took the old thing off to look into it to see if it was true. Then he stood there and lectured us about being truthful. He, he!"
"Oh, Marty!" ejaculated Janice, in horror. "You never! You don't! You can't be so mean!"
"Hi tunket!" exploded the boy. "What's the matter with you? What d'ye mean? 'I never, I don't, I can't'! What sort of talk is that?"
"There's nothing funny about it," his cousin said sternly. "I want to know if you would mock at that poor man on the street?"
How Janice Day Won finds Janice still in Polktown and her dad still in Mexico and danger. When the opening of a bar in Polktown causes things to go wrong Janice starts a temperance campaign. Also Nelson is accused of stealing some rare old coins. Will they prove him innocent?