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toward Evans and Summers, as if his business was too important for him to listen.
Rock rose on his forelegs. "Lie down, boy!"
McBee stopped to charge his rifle and saw them and walked over, his face solemn as an owl in its beard. "You got to get rid of that there dog," he said to Evans, "else I'll have to shoot 'im."
" You ain't goin' to shoot my dog, McBee."
" It's rules."
" Rules be damnedl"
" I'm app'inted to carry 'em out. Get shet of the dog or I'll have to kill 'im."
Evans was a slow man to act. He hadn't angered often enough, Summers thought, to know how to answer to anger. He hunted around for words. "You kill my dog, McBee, and you'll pay for it."
McBee spit in the grass. "There ain't any gettin' around the rules."
" I'll draw off from this here company and take them that have dogs with me. Tell Tadlock that."
Give some men a rifle and a piece of power, Summers thought, and they got too studdish to put up with. "Tell him yourself," McBee answered. "I got a job to do."
" I told you. Not Rock."
Evans stood big beside McBee, though he let himself sag a little, as if ashamed he had more height and heft. An oversized, mild, troubled man, who feared he might do wrong.
" Lije," Summers asked, "whyn't you cut him down to size?"
" I ought to, I guess."
What Evans didn't understand was that McBee

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