When Festus offers to buy Doc a beer with a silver dollar that he earned from shoeing horses in "Whelan's Men".
Doc: Why don't you take that money and invest it in something? Why don't you do that?
Festus: Invest it in what?
Doc: There's wonderful land values outside of Dodge. Now why don't you go out there someplace, look around, and buy yourself a lot?
Festus: A lot of what?
Doc: A lot! A lot of land!
Festus: Well fiddle, I can't afford to buy a lot of land. You probably could the way you've been a bilking and gouging...
Doc: Oh, hush up! I'm trying to help you, for heaven sakes. It don't cost a whole lot to buy a little lot.
Festus: What do you mean it don't cost a whole lot to buy a little, or a whole lot to buy a lot, what do you mean?
Doc: Well, I mean,... a little lot of land!
Festus: But there ain't no such a thing. A little's a little, and a lot's a lot, there ain't no little lot, or lot of little, don't you see? Now you want that beer or don't you?
Doc: No I'm... I'm all worn out.
Festus: (as Doc walks away Festus hollers) If you change your mind me and Newly will be over at the Longbranch having a whole lot of little beers. (Chuckles and flips his silver dollar) Now I'm buying.