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The Way West (1955)

"Beats all," Tolty said, "how they pick up things.
Now whare'd he hear that, you reckon?"
Fairman asked, "How much?"
" Forty dollars each, two for seventy-five, and take your pick."
" It's enough."
" Cheap. Cheap as dirt."
Hig got into the conversation again. "Where you from, that dirt's so dear?"
Tolty only looked at him.
" And you'd take mules?" Fairman asked.
" You can ride a mule or pack 'im, which same you can't do with a ox. Come a time when you wanted to circle up against Indians, whare'd you be with a slow
poke of a ox?"
" You haven't traveled the trail?"
" No, and neither did I ever drop a shoat, but I know good bacon."
" Your advice isn't what I've been getting." "People'll tell you anything."
The man outside the fence put a foot on a stump and dangled the bridle reins in his hand. He wasn't thin or fat, but, Fairman thought, somehow fluid with muscle. His face was lined but calm, as if it knew trouble and patience both. On impulse Fairman asked,
" What do you say, sir?"
" It ain't my deal."
" Deal, anyhow, will you?"
The man addressed himself to Tolty. "How do Injuns feel about mules?"
Tolty was quick to answer. "Crazy about 'em, like everybody else. Plumb crazy about 'em."

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