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The Way West (1955)

like to talk to you a minute, if you'll forgive us for coming at this time."
" Who is it?" Summers asked, as if he didn't know.
" Several of us, representing the society."
Mrs. Evans' voice floated out the door. "I declarel You ought to give a man time to eat."
Tadlock led the way over to the big oak that shaded the cabin at noon, or that would shade it when it got its leaves out. There were four other men there, counting Lije Evans, who spoke up to say, "This ain't my idea, Dick."
Tadlock said, "Someone has to take responsibility." He stood solid on his feet. His face turned from Evans to Summers. "This isn't pleasant, let me tell you. But it was a month ago, almost, that we asked you, and you didn't quite say yes or no, and now, as we see it, you have no particular reason to stay on here. Time is running short. We have to have an answer. We want to be first on the way. Are you going to pilot us or not? If not, we must find another man."
" Maybe you better be lookin' around."
" As I said, we want to be first out, so we don't have to eat the dirt of trains ahead of us, so that we'll have grazing for our stock."
" Good idea," Summers said.
Evans put in, "We'd rather have you, Dick."
" It's just that we can't fool around," Tadlock said. There was something about him, about his stand and his talk, that put Summers a little in mind of a man daring you to spit in his face.
" Do what you please," Summers answered.
He turned and made for the cabin, thinking over what he had said, thinking it wouldn't have made any

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