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the punishing sun, grunting to the pull of lines against arm sockets while the sweat ran out of them.
When they were down and the teams brought up and hitched, Summers said to Evans, "Lije, these critters'll be a handful when they smell water. Run away, that's what they'll do, and dive in, wagons an' all."
" What you tellin' me, Dick?"
" I'm thinkin' we best drive on a piece and turn 'em loose and herd 'em forwards till they smell it. Plenty of time to get the wagons later."
" Thanks, Dick. Wasn't for you, I'd be a prize captain now, wouldn't I?"
" I don't see no flies on you."
" Cold water on hot stummicks atn t so good."
" No helpin' it."
" I'll get the oxen and horses and loose cattle scattered out some, so's they don't run over each other. What about Injuns?"
" No need to worry much."
It came out as Summers knew it would. Once they winded water, the critters wouldn't be held. They galloped crazy for it and plunged in. One ox he saw had just his snoot above the surface. Afterwards, with some of the sizzle gone out of the day, the men with strength left in them brought the wagons up. The cutoff hadn't been too bad but only close to bad. One ox dead of thirst and one of water and quite a few thrown off their feed. No wagons lost. No people dead. Of the sick ones all recovered quick, even Charlie Fairman.
Now that the cutoff was behind them, Summers thought, he could torment himself some more by going

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