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preacher just drifted in. A Methodist, Tucker said he was."
" One's as good as another, I reckon. She would want a preacher."
" Funeral in the morning," Evans said, not asking a question but telling what he knew.
Summers nodded.
" Be best."
Summers kept on nodding.
" Preacher might want a piece of money, Dick. 'Course, we could sing a song and Harry Barlow could read Scripture and say a prayer, and we could let it
go at that?"
" Let the preacher come, Lije. I figured Tucker would get one out of Independence, a Campbellite if he could, for that's the way his mind runs."
" I'll tell Tucker. This here preacher's bound for Oregon, or so I hear."
" That so?" Summers got off the stump. "I better see how the women done." He walked with Evans to the cabin.
The men fell silent as he passed through the sitting circle, and the women hushed and stepped aside when he entered. They looked flushed and livelier than usual. He thought, without faulting them, that there was nothing like a death to bring women to life. They spoke low or just nodded to him-all except Mrs. Evans -and he knew they were uneasy with him around, remembering maybe how full of chatter they had been or wondering what he would say. There was a joint of meat on the kitchen table, and greens, and a whiteflour pie and a pan of corn bread and a pile of other stuff. Through the door to the bedroom he could

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