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Oregon while they waited for the start. The stores were busy, with customers stepping in and out and blacks unloading goods that teams had hauled from the landing. Three Mexicans with broad peaked hats walked in front of the Noland House, looking like robbers, as the hired hands of the Santa Fe traders usually did.
Two men were standing in front of Hitchcock's store, talking earnest. One was Tadlock, the Illinois man who had come to Independence early to talk Oregon and didn't want to join any company already being formed but to set up his own. Tadlock was full of business all the time, or anyway he had been full of business, just as he was now, at the one time Evans had seen him before.
The other man was spindly-looking and had a crop of whiskers that seemed to have molted some. He just kept bobbing his head to Tadlock, as if to say yes to everything.
Evans said, "How-de-do, Mr. Tadlock."
Tadlock turned and squinted to remember and answered, "Good morning, Evans."
Evans pulled the mule over to a post and got off, feeling a little stiff in the knees, and tied up. He walked over to the two men.
" This is Henry McBee," Tadlock said. "Lije Evans."
They shook hands.
" McBee's going to Oregon," Tadlock went on. "How is it with you now? Made up your mind?"
" I wouldn't say I had and I wouldn't say I hadn't. My mind kind of makes itself up if I give it some rope."
Tadlock didn't think that was funny. "Better push it along. There'll be things to do."

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