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Lukens called them by name, and asked who owned them. He also asked if this was the cabin the owner had called Lukens, and they both answered yea. Lukens asked if he could use their place for a while, and the owner said, 'yes', and invited him to take supper with them. They told him that their mother would be coming in a day or two to join them in camp, and asked him to move out and leave their cabin. He replied that he must take some time to move out and turn his cabin over, and asked whether it was all right while he was gone. They said it was, and he ate with them.
When George and Walt had finished eating they sat down to smoke. George was in a bad humor, the better to conceal it he said, nothing had gone well. He had to tear out others stakes for a new claim that the Staelmans already had a deed to it. He asked Walt how far he would go the next day. Walt answered that he was going to see Biggs, where he could get some trading goods.
Just then the sheikh and his brother arrived, and George compared them to that wise man. They were dressed as well and the sheikh's white turban was as fine as the wise man's. George explained the situation to the sheikh. They talked over and decided that they would call the wise man to the sheikh's camp, and ask him where the cabin was. The old man heard them out, then said that as long as they were talking about the wise man, here was a wise man himself. He was the wise man's father and brother, and other things besides, but they did not want to hear all of them, they had come out to ask him about the cabin.
With a beaming face the sheikh said, what was his name, and if the wise man wanted to he would receive a better reward than they. The wise man replied that his name was George Lukens, and he would like to see him. d2c66b5586