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on the nipple of his rifle. "Might as well drop a cow or two, while they're close." He rode slowly, giving Evans time to cap his own gun, then kicked his horse into a gallop.
The buffalo stood quiet for a minute, dim-witted and waiting, and turned and broke into their clumsy run, the ones in the water wrenching out of it and getting away last. Dick broke his cow down not ten yards from the spring. Evans was slower, but his shot was good. The cow hunched up as if drawn together from the middle and tried to get lined out again and fell on her side kicking. They had hardly fallen before a couple of wolves showed up, winking hungry from over a little rise.
Evans bled the cows, and he and Dick stepped back to have a look at the spring, trailing their horses after them. Dick set to work charging his rifle, watching the wolves meantime to see they didn't make bold with the meat. The herds of buffalo coming and going had churned the water and so fouled it that Evans said, "It ain't fit to drink, Dick."
" It's wet."
" Might as well drink from a cow."
" It'll clear some. There's a fair amount of water runnin'."
" I bet it'll grow hair on a man, if it don't kill him."
" Shoo," Dick said, sliding his wiping stick in place, "I drunk out of wallows so thick they wouldn't pour."
" I ain't sayin' you ain't right, but it pret' near makes me wish we'd took the left-hand road by the river."
" Same thing there. With such a galore of buffler about you can't get away from mud and sand and

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