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The Way West (1955)

the young-looking man. He had a good face, with dark eves and a high forehead and a seriousness about him that meant he had seen more years or trouble than a man might think at first.
Curtis Mack was older, and different. Evans guessed him to be maybe thirty-five. He was the kind of man who seemed not to give all his attention to what was going on; part of him was somewhere else, looking backward or forward, fretting, maybe, over what he had to do.
" Mack and Fairman have joined my company," Tadlock said.
" Hurrah for Oregon!" It was McBee speaking up.
" With my men from Illinois," Tadlock said as if he owned them, "we have close to the makings of a train. We don't want too big a company. We want to travel light and fast."
" How many of ye?" McBee asked Fairman.
The young man answered, "My wife and boy."
" Married, eh?"
Fairman nodded.
" I was just thinkin'. Got a girl comin' seventeen myself, her and my old woman and five besides."
Evans wanted another drink, now that he had had a couple. Becky might scold him a little-but still he didn't drink very often or very much. He asked, "How about a drink?"
Before anybody else could answer, McBee said, "I do believe I will."
The others said they would, too, all except Tadlock.
Fairman raised his glass and said, "Here's to a place where there's no fever."
" 'Y God, yes," answered McBee. "And to soil rich as

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