Heyes is cheated at poker by big, obnoxious Wheelwright. Georgette Sinclair, in the second of three appearances, is hired to help Heyes carry out the title phrase, which Heyes utters while leaving. "Wheelwrong" also cheats George and gives her a literal horselaugh when she tries to bewitch him with a string of pearls. The group goes to Silky O'Sullivan, who lent them the necklace to begin with, and after enduring his rage talk him into lending them money to "ransom" the necklace. Written by
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[Heyes has just lost all their money playing poker
Jed 'Kid' Curry
Well, as Grandpa Curry used to say, "You show me a poor man and I'll show you a man ain't got any money."