For the formation we may compare American vamose, to skedaddle, from Span.
The boys weren't over-keen about staying with the herd and they can vamose.
To "vamose the ranch" means to clear out, to depart, to cut stick, to absquatulate.
To vamose (from the Spanish vamos, let us go), came in at the same time.
We mounted our ponies, old Jerry called out in a cherry tone, "vamose!"
If we quarrel with them, we have to vamose; if we fight, we are wiped out.
In 1872, Barter was cowhided by a woman, and a committee formally requested the editor to vamose the town!
One afternoon I ordered Atasca to vamose, and got up and dressed carefully.
Yer goin' to shut up your desk and your books and this hull consarn inside of an hour, and vamose the ranch.
And if we warn off the passengers from going this trip, and let the stage go up empty, Bob would suspect something and vamose.