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The Way West (1955)

The man nodded silently, as if he had made a point, and looked down at the reins in his hand.
Tolty's mouth opened, as if suddenly he realized he had over-stepped himself but couldn't figure how he had.
" What Injun love, Injun steal," Hig said, and the man looked up, his mouth impassive but his eyes grinning.
Tolty faced around toward the man. "You got a goddam long nose."
" Waitl" Fairman broke in. "I asked him a question, and he answered it. You mean Indians will steal mules but not oxen?"
" Could be."
Tolty tried to stare the man away. "Leave the gentleman buy what he wants. It's none of your nevermind."
The man was quiet, flicking the reins against the palm of his hand. When he spoke again, it was still mildly. "That big mule there. Seems like he used to belong to Tom Proctor. Tom allowed he was the surefootedest critter he ever did see."
" That's just what I been tellin' 'em."
" Yes, sir," the man went on. "Tom said that mule would look close and pick out the teeth he wanted to kick out of a man's face, and then he would let fly and never miss. Not once."
Hig said, "Now that's what I call sure-footed. If I had me a tooth, I bet he would kick it out."
" Whyn't you get the hell away?" Tolty almost shouted. "Damn if I ain't a mind to run you off." He moved toward the gate, acting full of purpose.
The man stood quiet, his foot on the stump and his

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