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There it is, Evie. There's our house.
Come on, Laban, let's bring some water.
Pa, there's no floor. It's just dirt.
I want to go home.
- You are home. | - I don't want to stay.
She'll be all right.
She just misses her mama.
You'll have the shotgun, Evie...
I shouldn't be gone much longer than that.
I've set aside $50. Use it if you need it.
and it isn't much.
But the land is ours.
And all that the land becomes | will be ours, too.
When I get back, | we'll be in the cattle business.
Come on, Ruth.
Heel, toe, and a one, two, three.
Give me your hands.
Evie, what have I done to...
Giddy up, there.
I'm Mrs. Jacob Teale, and this is Laban, | and this is Ruthie.
Lord help him.
I'm Charlie McCloud.
Come in. You must be hungry.
We weren't expecting company, | but I'm sure we can find something.
Laban, get me an armful of wood.
You'll forgive our astonishment, | Mrs. Teale...
Anyone tell you | this was Indian country, ma'am?
We haven't seen any, | but we've only gone for firewood.
Is Mr. Teale about?
No. He's gone to the settlements | to buy cattle.
I haven't heard that name.
Yes. Well, come in.
until we get our stations established?
You could make yourself, | as well as the company, a bit of money.
That's scarce, I presume.
Yes, I could do that.
- We would have to lay in supplies. | - Of course.
How are you with horses, son?
You'll be our hostler then.
- Will the stages come often? | - Not at first.
It'll depend on the business.
Would you pass that jelly, please?
We'll see that a load of feed for them | gets here before they do.
You keep a close look out | for Indians, ma'am.
They ain't been troublesome, lately...
Never give them anything. | They take that as a sign of fear.
Make them trade. They cotton to that.
Thank you, Mr. McCloud. I will remember.
Thanks again for everything, Mrs. Teale.
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