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The Way West (1955)

The words seemed almost like a reproach. Mack said quickly, "I'll pay him myself then. I'll be glad to pay him, for all of us."
Again Evans spoke quietly, while in the eyes around him Mack saw the answer turning. "Wouldn't keer for you to do that."
Mack asked, "Why not?" but he already knew. Evans, being too stout for help himself, thought others just as proud. He wasn't penniless, or Patch or Fairman, either, but sided with the penniless to spare them the imagined shame of charity. And the two would go along with him, acting poor as Byrd and Shields and Daugherty while they refused his offer.
No, Mack thought suddenly. Always no. Brownie's no and Evans' no and the council's no-as if his very situation were a crime, as if it set him off from thein. They wouldn't let him do a favor no matter how he wanted to.
" Just wouldn't keer," Evans answered.
" If you won't let me pay, all right. You can owe me. You can owe me for your share until you're better situated."
Before he finished, a barefooted, bare-bodied Indian ambled up, carrying a fish by a finger hooked through a gill. His other hand dug at his scalp. Evans shook his head and waved him off, "No trade," he said. "No trade. Maybe trade later." He gave the Indian a pinch of tobacco to get rid of him. "That's good o' you," he said to Mack, "but let's see if there ain't another way."
" Does Summers want to take the cattle through?" Shields asked.
" Not for hisself." Evans was quiet for a minute, as if the words, soaked in, would show they couldn't let

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