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The Way West (1955)

Malheur River. Said it 'ud save a hundred and fifty miles and more."
Captain Grant nodded. "Steve Meek. He broke with the train he was piloting and hurried here to talk himself into another. I wonder that you didn't see him when he passed you. What did you tell him?"
" Told him we had Summers."
Captain Grant said, "Right. I wouldn't care to try that trail, would you, Summers?"
Dick just shook his head.
Greenwood started up his song again. "You got such a smart start, maybe you'll git to the Willamette afore snow flies. Could be you will. Course, you'll have rain, one day on another, fer the rainy season's nigh here. What was it you said you aimed to do with the cattle?"
" Take 'em."
" Ohl They's a passel o' Injuns 'twixt here and there, an' I hear they've blacked their faces agin white parties, but fish-eatin' Injuns ain't much, like Summers'll tell you. They ain't likely to cause much harm."
Mack raised his eyes from the ground, which he had been worrying with one finger. "We got by the Pawnees and Sioux."
" Shore. Shore."
Evans was glad when Summers spoke. It was only Summers who knew Oregon and so could speak against the man, and when he didn't it was as if he couldn't because the said words were truer and wiser than he could say himself. Summers asked, "Who's payin' you, Caleb?"
" Now as fer fevers," Greenwood said, giving Summers just the corner of his eye, "there's some as hold

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