We'll both go to Cheyenne; you go to Denver to cash up and fade out; I'll go to your town to pay out and horn in.
The phrase was not cash up, but Down with your Dust, and when a mans buck-skin wallet was empty, he knew where to fill it again.
I turned everything salable or mortgageable into cash, locked the cash up in my private vaults, and waited for the cataclysm.
"You oughtn't to have carried that cash up here," came in a low tone from the hedge.
"As soon as the roads are fit, I want to go to the assay office in Denver and cash up on past efforts," was his opening statement.