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through his whiskers and spit again and after a little pause answered, "That was all I had to allow."
Tadlock spoke both as if to warn McBee and give comfort to the others. "At any rate we can call it chips."
Higgins might not have put his oar in if he hadn't seen Byrd nodding. He asked, "Why don't you call it puddin', or cake?"
" How's that?"
" If a name makes it different from what it is, a sweet name ought to make it sure-enough tasty."
Tadlock thought about that, while Summers and Evans exchanged grins. Then he said, "This isn't a time for foolishness." He stared down at Higgins as if, by sitting, Higgins didn't show the case the right respect. "You don't seem much concerned."
" When I work I work hard, but when I set I set loose," Higgins answered.
" And you don't have to think about the protection of a wife."
" Last wife I had, I was the one needed pertection."
Brother Weatherby had pulled away from heaven long enough to give McBee a look. It wasn't his hardest look, though, and Higgins guessed it was the goddams and holy jesuses that really got his dander up.
" What do you say, Mack?" Tadlock asked.
" Nothing," Mack answered. He was looking down toward the river, where the women were doing around.
" Well," Tadlock said as if explaining to children, "let's examine the possibilities." He counted the points off on his fingers. "One, we can try to scrape up enough wood as we go along. Two, maybe enough food can be

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