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The Way West (1955)

though, sang a steady song, sounding thin and far off, and the whippoorwill called again.
Tadlock looked up from his paper and saw Evans and Summers and said, "I'm glad you came. We didn't mean to have trouble over the dogs."
Summers said, "Wasn't no real trouble."
" With the consent of everyone here, I'm going to suspend the rule against dogs until we can have another general meeting, along the trail some place. Is that satisfactory?"
" It will be," Evans answered, "if you change the rule.
" That will be up to the company." Tadlock paused a minute. "But I think we will. No one wants the train to split up over such a little matter."
The men were nodding or agreeing with words to what Tadlock said.
McBee spoke loud, "That'ud suit me. I don't prize the job nohow."
What Tadlock was saying, Summers thought, was that dogs would be allowed after all. It wasn't likely the subject ever would come up again.
Tadlock said to Evans, "Have you finished your inspection?"
" All done."
" Well?"
" Everything's all right, I reckon. I got the figures. Except-well-it's this way, Brother Weatherby's short. Beggin' your pardon, Brother Weatherby, but you know you're way short."
Weatherby turned his seamed face to Tadlock. Tadlock asked, "That right, Weatherby?"
" Materially, yes."

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