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The Way West (1955)

He grunted, disarmed. She was one, anyhow, who knew how much he gave.
She stitched quietly for a minute as if thinking about him and his resignation, but when she spoke it was to say, "Martin depended on you. I think you were the only friend he had."
" I don't know anything to do for him."
" I know, but-"
He walked around to Martin's tent. Brother Weath erby was outside, holding an old Bible.
Tadlock asked, "Well?"
" I have been praying. The Lord's will be done."
" Out of his head?"
" Now. Yes."
Tadlock stuck his head inside the tent. Martin lay on his back, his mouth open and his eyeballs showing white through lids not quite closed. Listening, Tadlock heard the light, fast breath of fever. He stepped back, repelled by the sight and sound and smell of sickness. There was nothing he could do, he told himself. What did they think he was? A doctor?
Weatherby said, "I think he saw the light."
" Calomel work?"
Weatherby nodded, and Tadlock went back to his wagon.
He spent a bitter, fiddley day. He kept going over what had happened and experienced each time a renewed injury and anger. He examined and repaired wagons and equipment and went back twice to Martin's tent. On his second trip he found Martin alone and soiled and senseless. Here was something he could do. Here was something, by God, he would do. No one could say he was indifferent or neglectful or heedless

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