Alfred Henry Lewis was a lawyer, politician, wandering cowboy, and Hearst journalist. His writing provides insight into the life of real cowboys. Wolfville is a Southwestern town and the location for several books by Lewis. Some of its colorful inhabitants are Jaybird Bob and Slim Jim, Mace Bowman, Pion Bill, and Tuscon Jennie. Wolfville is a town where no questions are asked. Outlaws, lawmen mule-skinners and runaways all drink in the same saloon. Justice comes in the form of a gun and the hangman's noose. This sequel to Wolfville Days includes Wolfville's first funeral -- The Stinging Lizard -- The story of Wilkins -- The washwoman's war -- Enright's pard, Jim Willis -- Tucson Jennie's heart -- Tucson Jennie's jealousy -- The man from Red Dog -- Cherokee Hall -- Texas Thompson's "election" -- A Wolfville foundling -- The man from Yellowhouse -- Jacks up on eights -- The rival dance-halls -- Slim Jim's sister -- Jaybird Bob's joke -- Boggs's experience -- Dawson & Rudd, partners -- Mace Bowman, sheriff -- A Wolfville Thanksgiving -- Bill Hoskins's coon -- Old Sam Enright's "romance" -- Pi on Bill's bluff -- Crawfish Jim.