Davey Kane: That Mrs. Burke sure is awful young to be married to an old man.
Luke Perry: Well, that isn't the way I thought of it.
Davey Kane: Well, how did you think of it?
Luke Perry: Well, I thought he was awful old to be married to such a young woman.
Davey Kane: Oh, well, I guess you're right. You usually... Hey! That's the same thing I said!
Luke Perry: You think you could stay on a bareback horse as far as Halfway House?
Davey Kane: Would you like to make a bet that I can't?
Luke Perry: No, I don't think I will.
Davey Kane: Aw, c'mon Luke, take a chance. You know how good I am at fallin' off horses.
Luke Perry: Yeah, I know. I've seen you do it lots of times for free, but I don't trust you when there's cash involved.
Davey Kane: Oh, I'm disappointed in you, Luke. I always thought that you were a plunger.
Luke Perry: I'm am - on sure things.
[Simon is rolling dough for bread]
Davey Kane: Oh, boy. If Luke could only see you now.
Simon Kane: What are you doin' here?
Davey Kane: We broke a wheel about a mile this side of Frenchman's Pass. Luke sent me on to get a new one.
Simon Kane: Got any passengers?
Davey Kane: Yeah - Mr. Craig and Mr. and Mrs. Burke. Luke wanted me to bring you back to help, but it seems a shame to take you away from your baking.
Simon Kane: You get out to the barn and start hitchin' up that buckboard. I've been fightin' this batch of dough since before noon. I'm not about to let it whip me now.
Davey Kane: Yes, ma'am!
Luke Perry: Well, there is one matter, Sime.
Simon Kane: What's that?
Luke Perry: Mr. Murchison. He's going to take a dim view of us losing a stage and a buckboard in that fire.
Jethrow Burke: Oh, I think I can fix that. You see, I still have the five thousand dollars.
Simon Kane: The five thousand dollars? But Craig took that.
Jethrow Burke: No, he took my money belt. Here's the money.
Luke Perry: But the money belt?
Jethrow Burke: Merely for protection, Mr. Perry. You see, I read you frontiersman kept your valuables in your money belts, so I kept my money in my pocket!