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of a sudden, that McBee always would side with the top dog. Let Tadlock be upset, and you'd find McBee honey-fuggling the upsetters.
Was there a second?
Again it was Brewer, the Illinois man, the German, who spoke. Dogs couldn't travel all dey vay to Oregon. Dogs vould be signal to Indians, yah. Second da motion.
Tongues all around were wagging. Yes. No. No. Yes. By God, I'd like to see anyone kill my dogl Reckon the fool German never heard of a watchdog. Who in hell wants a dog?
Tadlock beat on the pan. "Let's thrash this out."
A half dozen people spoke, one after another, trying to lift their voices above the arguments that were going on all around-McBee, Fairman, Brewer again, a Yankee named Patch, Evans himself. McBee said, 'y God yes, shoot the dogs. They weren't no real good to nobody. Just made more mess to step in. Fairman said let each man do as he pleased, it wasn't a thing for company action.
Evans shouted, "Ask Dick Summersl Ask Dickl He knows more'n anyone."
More beating on the pan. "All right, Summers. Speak upl"
Summers seemed a little uneasy, talking to a crowd. He hitched his leather breeches. "It don't make a heap of difference. Some dogs'll get through; some maybe won't. Anyhow, a dead dog's no loss but to the man that owns him."
By grab, that was so, Evans thought. People argued a dog couldn't make the trip and everyone took that

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