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"Best wait for the train," Summers told Weatherby. "Got to angle down the slope and push the critters by some springs that it seems like I remember to be pizen. They're God's doin's, too, I reckon."
A cloud came on Weatherby's face. "They're there for a purpose, Brother Summers. You may be sure of that."
" Fer the purpose of killin' stock?"
" Doubt not the wisdom of God."
" What I'm doubtin' is these here springs." Weatherby bent his head. "I wish you would see,
Summers. You're too good a man to be lost."
" Past savin', parson. Best keep your wind for the
Injuns. There's a heap of 'em in need of grace." "But you think that's no use?"
" Don't recollect sayin' so. They're strong for medi
cine."
" Medicine. I keep hearing medicine, as if God and the way of salvation were just superstition."
" Maybe you can learn 'em that a cross has more power to it than a medicine bag."
Weatherby sighed. "Your lightness makes me sad. It saddens God, too."
" I didn't aim to damp you. You're all right, parson. As fer God, He don't have to stand between us."
Before Weatherby spoke again, the train rolled up, McBee in the lead. "'Y God," McBee said, stepping up to them and looking down on the sweep of valley while his hand worried his beard, "she's fair."
Summers saw the wagons down, slanting them one way and another so the pitch wouldn't be too steep, and rode back to the herders and helped with the stock, thinking about Weatherby and his notions as

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