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The Way West (1955)

The three of them bent over, like three hens, Tadlock thought, at the sight of a strange bug.
" What's the matter, hoss?" Summers asked.
" Come on out, Martinl" Tadlock ordered. "We can't doctor you there, or get you in a wagon bed, either." He tugged at the wagon cover.
Martin opened his eyes and lay staring up at the underside of the wagon. He licked his mouth and said, "Jesusl"
" Come onl" Tadlock saw that Martin's face was flushed and his eyes feverish, but still it was in him to say, "You can't be that sick, man."
Summers said, "Reckon he knows better'n you."
" I'll handle this." While Tadlock spoke Martin moved. He got himself over on his belly and raised to all fours and came crawling out, stumbling on the
wagon sheet that trailed with him. When he was out,
he let himself go flat again.
" Acts bad off," Evans said.
" He won't feel any worse in a wagon," Tadlock told him.
Summers knelt and helped Martin over on his back and felt his forehead. "Easy, hoss," he said, and then, to Tadlock and Evans, "Could be camp fever."
" What's that?"
" Camp fever. No other name to it."
Martin said, "Jesusl" and closed his eyes, and Summers looked up and shook his head.
Some of the others of the camp had started to come up, attracted by the sight of the three of them standing and the man on the ground. "What's wrong?"
Tadlock felt them behind him, but he didn't turn or answer. He wished they would clear out. They would

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