Arkansas Tooth-Pick

“The prairie traveler is not particular about toilet: the easiest dress is a dark flannel shirt, worn over the normal article ; no braces—I say it, despite Mr. Galton—but broad leather belt for ‘six-shooter’ and for ‘Arkansas tooth-pick,’ a long clasp-knife, or for the rapier of the Western world, called after the hero who perished in the ‘red butchery of the Alamo.'”