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The Way West (1955)

It came to him, slowly, that the thing had come to be an issue. A position taken, a sensible position taken, a few words said-and then the lines drawnl Now, here, authority was at stake, prestige, the leadership that forced the train along. To give in to them would be to acknowledge his defeat.
He felt movement at his side and turned and saw Mrs. McBee, a small, ragged witch of a woman. "We got some Jew David's Plaster," she said. "It's good for most anything."
He waved her away. "All right, Evans. Doctor him!'
" What I want to do," Evans said-and Tadlock felt a pulse of astonishment at his tone-"is to see everybody's took care of proper. We got to tend to Martin. I ain't for joltin' him along in a wagon."
" You want to bring up the rear, I guessl"
" I want to see Martin's took care of, or anybody else that gets sick."
Tadlock held on to himself. "Grass is already short because of the buffalo. It'll be a damn sight shorter if we let other companies get ahead."
" We ain't first anyhow," Summers answered. "There's some beyond."
" A handful if any. Light outfits with little stock. But because they're ahead you think we can let everybody passl"
Summers was gnawing on his pipestem. He spoke almost idly. "Camp fever makes the bones ache bad."
Patch said, "I'm in favor of staying here until we know Martin's better."
Tadlock heard a mutter of approval from the crowd that had grown while they stood arguing. Their eyes were all fixed on him, it seemed, fixed accusingly when

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