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The Way West (1955)

"It done what it was aimed to do. It overdone it. Take a dose of it, and there better be a bush close."
" So maybe it was good."
" Not to my way of thinkin'. Oncet I swallowed a piece of money, and money was skeerce with us, so Ma dug her up a root and b'iled it and got the tea inside me, and don't you know that money came out so sick it wouldn't spendl"
Patch asked, "Well?"
" The store man said it was counterfeit. Said it rang hollow. I knowed it would. That Injun physic would take the insides out of anything."
Daugherty laughed for once, and Patch grinned while he sized up Dick, as if he'd never come across the likes of Dick before. After a while he said, "So you mean Tadlock's like Indian physic?"
" The talk just put me in mind of the physic was all."
" Take away Tadlock," Evans said, "and we'd have nary a thing to chew on."
He hadn't meant to stop the conversation, but it stopped, nobody bothering to say they could still talk about Indians or about turning back or about waiting up until another train joined theirs. In camp there were always people wanting to do this or that, wanting to do anything except to go on in the way they had decided in the first place.
The five of them rode along quiet, and the only sounds under all the bright sky were the little sounds of the horses walking and the saddles squeaking.
Dick picked out the nooning place. It would be a dry camp, here on the dividing ridge, and what water was used would have to come from the kegs they had filled that morning. There wasn't supposed to be any

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