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The Way West (1955)

push of adventure had died in him and old, remembered things filled his mind. People didn't yawn and stretch there, he said, and stand slumped as if they couldn't move.
As Fairman approached, the woman of the house opened the door and with a split broom fanned out the dirt she had swept up. As always, the tip of her nose was red from cooking. "Oh, it's you," she said, stopping her sweeping and letting her arms hang loose from her hold on the broom handle. "They was a man here." Her glance shifted from him to a sleepy sow that had lifted herself from the mud of the yard and stood grunting, her small eyes winking with dull alarm. The woman flourished the broom. "Git, youl I declare!" The sow gave a quick, outraged grunt and lumbered away.
Fairman asked, "What?"
" They was a man here. You been saying you wanted another man."
" Ohl That's good. You mean to go with us?"
" He said he would-for the ride and victuals." "Did he talk to my wife?"
" Wouldn't do it. Said God knows women have aplenty to say, but no say-so." The red nose sniffed.
" I see. Where did he go?"
" He traipsed off somewheres. Said he'd be back." Fairman said, "I see," again, hoping the man would
be back. With two wagons and the cattle he expected to trail, he would need two men at least. He had one, a quiet hand who chewed tobacco all day long and had spent his life working with horses and mules and oxen.
Fairman stepped into the house.

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