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The Way West (1955)

"Where you from, McBee?" Evans asked. "Southern Ohio. Cincinnati, you might say."
" He's a man who knows his mind," Tadlock put in. "Yes, sir," the man said. "All of a sudden, I sold out
and put my woman and young'uns on a boat and
hauled my own tail aboard, and here we come, hurrah
for Oregon. Things ain't so good in Ohio nohow." Evans nodded. "Nor here, neither. Let's have a
drink."
" 'Y God it's a strong thought," McBee said, and looked at Tadlock and kind of drew in, for Tadlock was shaking his head.
Tadlock said, "I'm not a drinking man." He seemed to think twice and added as if he hardly meant it, "You two go on." He started to move off. "Got a couple of other men I want you to meet. I'll bring them around."
Evans and McBee went into the store. Hitchcock had his hands on the counter, waiting for trade. His red-veined, popped eyes swam to them. You could tell Hitchcock was a good drammer from the looks of him.
There was the smell of leather in the place, and cheese, and clothes just out of a box, and whisky that had spilled on the counter. The smells mixed with the stink of a pile of furs that lay in the back.
Evans said, "You damned old robber, how about a drink?"
" First sensible thing I heard you say since God knows when." Hitchcock drew two glasses, and thought it over and drew one for himself.
" Yes, sir," McBee said, scuffing his beard with his knuckles before he drank, "I said to myself, `Oregon, now, there's a spot for a man.'" His Adam's apple

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