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1 Courageous George GeorgeJackson GeorgeJackson JeorgeJackson
Jackson Rescues RescuesBertha RescuesI RescuesBertha
r I Bertha and an Elbert r Will Willing Willi i ia ¬
1 s i is i ing From f rom Dypsomaniac DypsomaniacDan D ypsomanlac ypsomanlacDan somaniac
4 1 Dan the Ogre Ogrelures Ogrer re ref
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r > 1 > The ThrillingJAdven ThrillingJAdvenf i in ven venf
lures ores of f Two Little LittleChildren LittleChildren Littlej
j Children Who o ox Al Always AIi ¬
i ways via r Saw Terrible TerribleThings TerribleThings
Things in lid the e Dark DarkHSRE Daikf DaikfH1IRE
HSRE are very few children who whor whobelieve
r fH1IRE believe heltpvtn n ghosts Jbo ts for all ther the thegrownup tbec
r c grownup grownup people pe pJe who have any anjrns an annlle anyrense
rns nlle tell them the truth about aboutppooks aboutflpook8 abouts
ppooks s and spirit apI tF who are saki saidto sakito sakito
to hide < v In dark places When you ou see a aboy aboy aboy
boy or girl who re eHy My and truly believes believesthere believesthere believesthere
there are such ch things you may be sure surehe aure1M
1 a he or she he is just ignorant for If there therecould there therecould therecould
could be such a thing as a ghost It would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be only onl a shape like mist and so O It Itcouldnt Itcouldflt Itcouldnt
couldnt do you any harm at all no more morethan morethan morethan
than a cioud of smoke from a bonfire bonfirecould bonftroould bouflrea
a could couldWhenever couldWhenever ouldWhfnever
Whenever you see ee anything that you youthink Youthink youthink
think is a spook you Just walk right up upto upto upto
to It and you will find that It is I some someereryday 110mBer someeveryday
everyday er day thing that no one need foal foarThat foalTbat fearThat
That what always do and so sofound 18found 18 refound
found out that Its It all rubbish rubbishNow rubbishNow rubbishNow
Now there was a boy named Elbert ElbertWilling ElbertWnUng ElbertWilling
Willing and he had a sister named Ber Bertha Beroj Bari ¬
oj i i tha who ho lived ia a bi house away out outon outon
on the edge of town They had no mother motherand mothlilrand motherand
and their father was too busy bU8T11 nil day to totell toteU totell
tell them the truth about such things and andso andA
so they heard all sorts of foolish tales talesfrom talesfrom talesfrom
from their coored nurse Zephyr who whothought whothousht whoa
> a thought that hoodoos hoodO < bogymen hobgobitne hob hobgoblins hllbIOblt ¬
goblins IOblt and spooks were real and were all allaround aUaround allaround
around in tie dark waiting to Jump out outat outr
r at her if she didnt look out She got the thechildren thechIJ4rpn thechildren
children at last to believe belle Ie In these thingsand things thingsand Ualrigsand
and they were ere frightened to death as anon anonas Mons
as s night came They were afraid to go 0 0bed vbed v vbed +
bed aid lel when In bed they covered up uptheir uptheir uptheir
their he heads ds for fo fear of seeing spmething spmethingin
r in t o the 1Je dark which is a thing no one has hasever haseer hasever
ever done one nor will ever do In all tl tlworld tlrworld j jworld
world worldEven worldEven worldEven
Even In the daytime they were some sometimes 8Omcfji1Mll sometimes ¬
times frightened f < < hteled especially if it was a adark adark adark
dark and gloomy xlf > omv day da and thy rarely rarelywent rareJywent rarelywent
went Into the woods woods for or fear of meeting meetingsomething meetingF meetingsctnethinC
F something terrible for theydidnt they didnt know knowtl know5i
5i 01 i tl tkgt < t everything like dragons and things thingsare thingsi
4 I are ony found in stories for that Is I all allthey allj
j they were invented In ented for Outside Outll d of a storyyou story storyyou storyOU
you OU will never meet anything bigger than thana
1 i a dog 40 or perhaps se haps a cow in all the woods woodsyou woodsyou
1 you ever see bin we have thank goodnesa good goodnera podIi
Ii nera tile awfulest t things In stories storiesThing StOrf08Ii
e it t Thing to make ma e your hair stand up and andscare andliJ andscare
Ii liJ scare you ou as all boys bof and girls like to be becared b bleared bescared
+ cared in makebelieve stories storiesPfanc storlei storiesPiano
Piano Seemed Malevolent MalevolentBoth
i w a = Both Elbert and Bertha had a great gt t deala deal dearof dealit
it a of Imagination too and so they th often oftenthought oCtent
1 t thought tb < ht thrt they saw things as twilight twilightcame letfltglttcame
1 z came on In right In the house > In the parlor parlorand parlorand
and dining room for instance They Theywould Theywould Theywould
would sit still and stare and stare with without withl2 without ¬
l2 out going JOln to see ee and feel of what they theysaw thersaw theyi
i saw until the furniture seemed to turn turnInto tUTniii turninto
iii Into things with big dull glaring eyes eyesall eyesf eyesall
f 1 all about them Bertha rha would catch hold holdof holdot holdof
of her brothers orotht > rs hand and tremble until untilhe untHhe anttda
a he who was braver would begin gln to toshake tohak tos
s > shake hak too and they would mild be afraid to tomove tof toi
f i move until it t last the little girl would let letout 1etut lett
t out ut a yell of terror t rror and then Zephyr Zephyrwould Zephyri
x i c would come orne In on a run to see what was wasafter wasc wasafter
f i after them t She had not sense enough to totell tof totell
c f tell them that their fears f ars were silly but butene butene butIi
Ii ene would believe that they saw some something 8Ontethine something ¬
thing an1 run out with them to the kitch kitchen ¬
en as ntiick as she could couldSometimes couldSompUmu couldSometimes
Sometimes as a they sat there In the thegrowing thegrowing thegrowing
growing dusk the piano would seem to toglare toj toglare
j f i glare Iare at them for awhile and then seem seemto tleemj
j j t to be coming co ing at them and they would wouldruah wouldru wouldout
ruah ru sahar out in In the graves gravesrm > rm to Zephyr Zephyran
of ar she would cover her head with her herapron herapron hera
> a + apron and tremble t t1 L you see ee they were werevery weref werevery
f very ry rys Imaelnative Ima natve youngsters Indeed and andeasily
s 1 easily eaan Imposed upont upon uponWell UInWet
< t Well one bright bri ht day In the spring = they theywent theywent
+ 1 went our ut for a walk walkflr for there wa w not a acl acm aelmd
cl cm elmd ud in the hf sky kyand and they picked a whole wholebnsketfil wholebftkt wholeY
Y bnsketfil bftkt fll of violets and buttercups before beforethey beforeL beforeLi
Li L they thought thou ht of returning r home When Whenthey WhenO1ey
1 they did they discovered dkgcot ered that they hd hdwandered hldwandfrd hnds
s k wandered vttn v wn n the road much farther fartherthan farth fartherthan r rtba
> than they had ever lone before and andBertha andBertha andBertha
Bertha began beg n to be be1larnPd alarmed as she saw sawthat sawi4
1J i4 < that they were near some rather dark darkwood darkwood darkf
f c > wood They were In n a lovely meadow full fullof tullr fulli
r = of flowers and not far from the road and andEther andElbert an ant d
i t t Elbert t was not a bit afraid He said saidLefg saidLe saidp
p Lets Le sit down her and fix up a nice nicebouquet nicei nic nicbouquet e
i f bouquet bo u > t for papa before we start for forhome torI fo r
I j a home homeI
I am afraid said fd Bertha BerthaThfre Brthat BerthaThere
t There nln Rinf nothing to be afraid of ofround o obravely f
around here he replied repliesthoy bravely So Sothey Soi
i they sat down right beside bt lde a tall stont stone stoneirnce stoneJt e
t i Jt fence 1 1IC and began to arrange their violets violetsdsisic violetsdaisies
k 1 daisies and buttercup buttercupsSpose buttercupf buttercuplpose
f Spose a big bogymen should coma comaout orneout
out fit ° f those woods suggested 8q ested Bertha BerthaThey Bertha100k BerthTiter
They Titer look awful dark Albert Ibert looked lookedat 100kedd look lookat
d at them as the ted hung almost over the thefsncc theJI th thfarce e
JI farce and said RaidWe saidWe saidt
t We could ran for the tb road Anyway AnywayI
1 I dont think theres any bogyman in inthere Inthe1X 1 1l n
l there for T can see almost clear througtiro through throughthe throughj h nh
j the woods woodsMaybe woOOsjfarN woods9daybe
1 Maybe > theres ogres there said Ber Bertha BerUta Be r
ee t tha tremblingslightly tremblingslightly4Ho trembUr slightly slightly1in
l 4Ho 1in 4o I guos not Zephyr would have havetoM havetoW havtold e
toM us If there were any round here heretbink I Ithink Ithink
° think her brother replied but the thethought thethought th th1L e
1L thought of an ogre t was rather t terrifying terrifyingto rritvin rritvinto
to both these timid chiklrenand soon In they theygut theyJUt the theout y
gut up to togo go Elbert EI1x > rt had just picked up upthe upI u ua p
I a the basket of < f flowers when over th the ° fence fencecsjne fencecam fenceJ
J cam S csjne am amrE e an awful head all topped with red redbushy redbusty r
rE 4 bushy hair a ad d with great glaring eyes eyesThen eyeslIaen eyesThen
Then a big form appeared and a husk husk1f husky huskyvoice huskyvoice y
1f w voice said 4d In a sort of growl growlStay growli rol rolStay
i Stay riGht tlw the and dont you ou move moveSi a aslrp aP
Si slrp P 1 or Ill eat you up lp In a twinklingSt twinkling twinklingBotlr twlnkJingBot1
St Botlr of the children stood as if rooted rootedto rootedto root roott0
to the ground for it wn was an a 11 awful a thing thingthat thingthxt thin thinthat g
y that now jumped over the fence It Itlooked ItIInked I t
looked at them as if it would Immediate ImmedlateI
1 T ° ttin in eating as it had threatened threatenedDoft
Dot try to get gt > t i way PWp from me if ifgrowled itrowlfd i 1 1grlwied
growled rowlfd I r you know what I am It ItjaskpI Itn i in t
jaskpI n k kcrt d as it t unt Ilt over o them themEirtert themEllofrt
Eirtert 11 tert had JUST j b strenvth itren t tb enough to toshake lollh t tt v
t shake llh ke iu bead beadI
I am the tbeOlPe Ogre I am Lypsoraanlac Dun Dunthe Dentbe Da Dak n
k the Ogre from Paducali Illinois and andeat I Icat Icat
cat a boy and a girl every < ry dayHe day dayH dayH
H He had terrible red wji w Jters all aroun arounhis around aroundhis aroundr d
his bl red face and as he Ta < i said Id these hu huJ huat awful awf awfS 1
c > o at iiil >
rf L > v t i < i = 1 A S 1
words he shook the theWhl8ke whleketitd whlsker rtpia the windwhistled wind windwhistled windwhlaltled
whistled through them ttiltiiyt0 t1ift 1btjr ifl meanHe mean meanHe meIlH
He H held his big big hairy hands l18 s ovipr over themnd them themand th m mand
and a nd both bothoC of the the te children itlldreirtell fell upon their theirknees t1leirkn theirknees
knees kn e hi terror terrorOh terrorOh terrorOhl
Oh please PI e Mr IdrOgre Xgre O ret aent tlon a t eat al us uscried uscried uscried
cried Bertha Bertha We have baveJO JK > mamma and andwe and andwe aodwe
we are very Yer thin and weMd w id net be good goodeating soodeatlng goodeating
eating eatingftypftomaniac eatlngDYPMmanl eatingDYpsomanlac
ftypftomaniac c Dan the OgroV ok1 OBroT > tt tted 4Hl1tis 4Hl1tisblackened d his histhing his hisbtackcnod
blackened tooth veaf ve you you gon1 +
thing thin to oat o l In hi that SaskttT baekbt 1skt he asked askedNothing as asNothlng
Nothing but som Aey flo j s answered answeredBlbort answeredElbert wQIed
Elbert as Dhe he took otC off ojtb tbe thereover thereoverWho pover poverWho ver t
Who dares offer 0owjrs OoJ15 tietv ts to Dan the
Ogre howled the giant glautag as bjcgave theasket the
basket b a kkk that 9111 it yards yar s away
Whera Ybf 3 dtt doou you you live liveDown JlVBDwn liveDown
Down th tIM road hut not so 8OveJy very very faraway far faraway faraway
away replied Elbert mach frightened
for he was vm e now sure that the ogre would wouldigla wouldbegl wouldegin
igla b egin to eat them at once he looked so sohungry
hungry and anc fierce fierceGot e > i iGot rGot
Got anything to tf eat there asked Dan Danlooking Danlooking Dadlooking
looking down the long remand r9Jtd rod a and seeing ng
their house In the distance iiBstilng tUng among am among ng
the trees treesI trceI
I guoAsso gue guess e 80 replied Bertha Be Bertbaeagerly tbBcagerJy eagerly for forshe torshe forshe
she hoped to find something aomethlr c jfrere j1lerethat j1lerethatwould thatwould that thatwould
would keep the ogrefromoatirig ogre fronr roar oUng them thgmZephyr themZephyr thornZephyr
Zephyr hmt home but we could and andsome Andsome Andsome
some food for you ou Mr t Cfre US s if you Willlet will willlet willlet
let us go and lid get it itThe it itTht itThe
The ogre looked 2oubttul for a a mo moment o oment omoot ¬
ment then he said saidWho saidVho saidWho
Who is at home 110mNobody homeNobody v vNobody
Nobody at all replied Elbert Zephyr Zepbyrthats Zephyrthats Zephyrtliats
thats our nurse and Gladys G fS Uiata thats tJJt our oJircook ourcook r rcook
cook have gone to the matinee matlneeHere maUneeHere matineeHere
Here Ill tell you what Ill dotutor o T filer filerrupted f r 4 4rupted srupted
rupted the ogre 1H 11 so g withp Trith 1th uto to70 + your yourhouse yodrhouse r rhouse
house and If WeUnd w 1md anyUUng nyw lgtG to to eatthat eat that
I like better than I do little slri ghig rI indboys attdhoyawhy indboyswhy nd bo3oS bo3oSwhy
why Ill Just Ju t save save a e you for t r some s Rie other othertime othertime othertime
time see ee Bun If not than tI get ready re cb to
be devouredCome devoured devouredCome deyouredCome
Come quick and n we Will ll surely find findplenty Booplenty liedplenty
plenty cried Bertha Berths1 1 know kOOWtb thErq ther rJa rJasome is issome Issonic
some cold turkey and sonic e n nceples nceplesCould nce pies piesCould piesCould
Could you eat them themThe TV t
f I
The ogre smiled > i hwriHe rlbhf aitttellJIiItle steile i itq orrtther or orfrowned orrhther
rhther a broad grin but ut he cheeiced A jt and
frowned as he answered erltd Perhhps p we wewill wewill e etJI
will tJI see whtwe Wh4 whelk we gi g there Youre sure suretheres aure auretheres ure uretheres < <
theres nobody at t home homeBoth h hBoth hoppe hoppeBoth
Both children adugd a aSllUntdhl stored him jhat bat t the thehouse thehouee thehouse
house was empt sits Ii tbcn tbm tbenhe 1M > e asked askedHow askedHow ked kedHow
How big is yo yoWder yoWderWe your r a doge dogeWe s sWe
We havent gift a aVflog1 ooa Bald Jd Bertha BerthaIt
It would ou slave av fl een wore worse wo for v pu u I ifyouliad Ifyouha4 if ifyou
you youha4 na tom jb Ogres jest t flatsdogs hate hatedogs bat batdogs
dogs worserm wor Nerserw piswag pl i and if Id found fonindeven foundeven r reven
even a St BjJrnard roartl discs Mjf Td have tornhim torn tornhim tornhim
him limbfronillmb lImbf1ot lImb Ijta i Ii a minute minuteThe mlnutetJ mlnutetJD9e
Ogre slYle stl ero rymakfi > > akl aklThe p pThe
The children chfldrenlgQ Ml th t wittto wt to Ihelr home homeand homeand
and tooktlfe tlt tebk k mile tJ t ogre ogre OGr int Into lntc the kitchen klt ben Ber Bertha 13 13thA Bertha < < ¬
tha hurried to t toiind Jind th tin cow turkey andpies and andpies andpies
pies but the ogre madlElbert mmd dt EI Elbert berts st sit t down downbefore downbefore
before himaecaiiee Mtti ° IieCdtsae e fie jju he wanted to toget toget
get up an appetite by Hieing king at ahim ahimPoor him himPoor
Poor > Elbfcri > Ibert sat Dttbere there forlSe rort1 few miautes miautesthat mlnut S Sthat ster
that thatNtssis thatNtssismortal his sister ter was is aff gj ting agthe g the food in inmortal Inmortal
mortal terror expee ec Rw every moment momenthtm momentthat momentthat
that at Iisit m WduM cha lMl > igeYliisrtt hi11fIiii Mlil and eathim eat eatblm
him instead o of the tinkey Q1lke Dan noticed noticedhis noticedhlsttli noticedhis
his hlsttli PrlahYayid f f IgteT T aBd cn saTd atd Wn a i a horrible b fr1D1 e scowl scowlI
I do love raw boyx ooy and d Ive Ihalt I half a aElbert amlrld amhid
mlrld tO > eat y yodi r tigi ri i1 Vr ttdaIElbertt VrElbert
Elbert fizl4hts feU offJite oJ sliair nlrln r1n In fright MOh MOhspare Ohspare Oh Ohspare
spare m DM good owi Mr > h Ogre Steter will be beDan beh
here h re ia 1 apttttute tnu tvi t 1IOq1 seeps nice pie and andm8y1te andmaybe
maybe m8y1teDa 1 1es
Dan Da srnnedV o ° 1ln Well JrS If atarbrings rbrlngsJlitJt rbrlngsJlitJt1e8 brings1 pfck pfckles > iFh iFhlea
lea Ill rn8Pitre spare apA e you Y yak 1io but bu he awaful ul a and id dont dontgo dontJtO
go near that t t t door or or r inisht mi tort change my mymind myI my mymind
mind m I d JB JBBertoa < 1
mtrtba Bertha trtba arou rout ugilt tft Ibnv fb f3 turkO 4ut turkey ay And the pies piesfour > > ie iefOllr
four of f them tl tt emas m vrea vrtna as sdrae celery sty and andcold Rudcold
cold potatoes potat potatMesVp3sMWi wlik wI Jt > j he e fooil f = ln n the ice icebox Icebox ¬
box and s M t flieur tRMHi tB tli1t table ble The Thesre TheIre lheye
Ire old her I r to b bring oi o80me alit < t some some silverforks sHverforks silver sliverforks
forks for hIm to eat with ogres o es he hesaid hesaid besaid
said could not bear to eat with steel steelforks teelforks
forks and then th n he began to devour theford the thefood thefood
food glancing fiercely at l t the children ev every every ¬
ery moment as If about to alter alterhIsdteL alterhIsdteLSddlnly alterhls his diet dietSuddenly tNetSaddenly
Suddenly he hfit hestopped stopped P and said saidWhere Imldhfr saidWhere
Where hfr do yon keep the th beer beerWe
We e dont ken kep k it t said Ebert We Wehave Wehave
have two barrels of cider Ider in the cellar cellarbut cellarbut cellarbut
but w wf dont drink it because bf > ocause Its gone gonehard gonehard One Onehani
hard ft rn father says its not fit for chil children children chitdren ¬
dren drenThe drenThe
The ogre banged upon U n the table with withhle withhlegr1 withitsgreat hie hiegreat
great gr1 > gt hairy fist f t and grinned with pleasure pleasureGo pI slJre slJreGo
Go o he shouted < 1oute a and > n ll i Jil lilt > mc J Jj n nI I of ofddernar4i ofcider
cider ddernar4i liana elder holly at us u utie
tie sots lor Elbfort bar ur I down Into the thecellar theceDar
cellar and Quickly Quicl h filled II a bucket wHin wHinfoaming idthfoaming th thfoaming
foaming cider c der and hrought it to Dan who whoplunged wboplunged
< plunged his red nose into it and did not notstop notst
stop st p drinking for fo the longest wills vhi i He
seemed to bo in n hotter humor afterward afterwardand ater ard ardand
and didnt scowl se wl at them but ate alone alonesmacking aronsmacking alonesmacking
smacking his lips lIp until he had cleaned up upthe upthe
the turkey when he devoured thafour thafourbig th8tO1big the foot footbig
big mince pies Jfea as if they had been been1ttUe been1ttUetarUet little littletartlets littletartlets
tartlets and then drained the cider buekftt buekfttwith bueketwith bueit4
with a great sigh He looked at lb Uchl Uchldrell thachdren chiU chiUdren
dren sitting there with eyes like saucer saucerand Sf1UC Sf1UCand saucetyt saucetytand
and said saidIfeel saidI
Ifeel 1 feel better I wont eat youtodtty youtodttyAn ou tod Y YAn
An awful weight fell from them othey alhynoticed sstheynoticed otheynotlced
noticed how goodhumored Dan hftd be become become become
come and they folt eJb6Ure sure that th t he couW co not R t
eat them t anyway after that meal El Elbaft EIheft Elbert
heft tiV8n KnuutTIetf bm triad to finite J sinile iniJe back at him The Theogre Theogre Iheo
ogre o 16 wiped his mouth on the sleeve of oft ott ofree
t e gW nhreiit ree t goutout ollcoatWi1icb wiiehbe which ne wore woreand worend woreand
and nd addiaJ addiaJllyvf ndlT ndlTJ1ow nddHow
How miyjy nt y barrels of oLcider elder did y ymdsay ymdsayisIs tfs 5IL 5ILw y ywas
w was In ftp It cellar Callar Callarwo
Wwo Two wo ie replied jlied ted BlbfirLr I > A ik rt Y Fthec F tl1 rteid rteidbatoro 0id 0idbflforo ld ldro
bflforo ro MB wont v nt atvajthat awa that t th he wawgdpg vas vasto
to pour r it ou out awaTtlt Tf r S >
Gosh h Crf9dDY orihd Dyp J nna udtlcn o man 1 tror
101 iLet Let JU me rate m m Where ls Ishe 1MIJr 1MIJrskod
he asked fiezrel3o
He ha Lisagone goo away way foneeveral fQn veral days dayswont and andwunt
wont be bMk M wttt1 ntfl uhdy replied Ber Bertha Bertha Bertha ¬
tha very glad I to give Sir p this information informationelder
ro forr she was 6 sure tIIit tbe t ore ogre would VI1 Uld nol nolJike no t
Jike gke4ter h tWhes Qd 1t harmliot rm1tm
flit ltS s a ing heati beVaway way wayM aa sakDan sakDanwltl aaiC 4 Danwtt Dan
wltl wtt Idil Ct0 tk beSi l mfeBttake might ht take e it itdo i i
in tnqq hse to do QQ 10 wings Ittgs to him hintfat llfer fer ferwtag
tb wtag + g all a f thai dd cider r away aa away
Ogre Oreareu1sj 0 e sre
oldJim oldJimes Jd1t
Itlclri ors tit Pad es es e fettern fetternf Ltte better bettercider rt rte
elder = e It Itsee f V Swwhard g hard Lets Letss Let Letsee s
see whtevy t s > ft a
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He went down into the cellar witbthem witbthemand with them themand themand
and his eyes ye shone Mice fire when he saw sitwhow awhnw sawhow
how big the barrels were He drew about abouthalf aItouthalt about abouthalf
half a bucket bucket more and after he f had haddrank haddrank haftdrank
drank it all he said saidThis AIdThis saidThis
This here cellar is i light an airy aLY an anfry auIrv
fry an it would make a good den fer f loran loranpterdate an anupterdate annpterdate
upterdate Ogre Ill Just camp out here herefer pare parefer ere ereflr
fer a few days and see how you two treat treatne tpeatmp
mp ne but you you mustnt tell anybody I amhere am amhere amhere
here far if yon do you know whatli happen hap happen p ppEn ¬
pen to you You Just bring me some something something something ¬
thing ter eat every little while wid Ie and Ill Illbe rllbe Illbe
be good to you and not devour you If Ifyou Itou I Ifyou
you ou tell tei that Zephyr of yours that Im Imhere I Ihere m
here here therell there be all sorts of zephyrsabtow zephyrsabtowln bl v vIn
In through this cellar ceI cellar ar see Ill eat t her herfirst berfirst h hfirst m
first and then youll foller next Now Ill Illlay rlllav Illlay
lay me down do fer a little snooae SDOOlleaJtd snaoseyand aad if ifanybody Ita i ianybodyy f
anybody a ybod calls remember Im not Gtte te t6disturbed be bedisturbed bedlsturJecl
disturbed far when Im disturbed dtst1HbedImapt dtst1HbedImaptto Fm Ima Imato apt aptto
to wake up mad and eat the first boy or orgirl orgirlr o ogirl r
girl girlr girlrThen T I see seeThen seeThen
Then he piled up some old pieces of earpet ear earpet
pet away back in the end of th the thehere thewhere < ar arwhere
where here no one could notice him from the thestairs dae daestalrs t tstairs e
stairs and laid himself down with a regu regular re re1ar regular ¬
lar Ogre grunt Elbert and Bertha stole stoleUpstairs s sUpstairs toIe toIeupstairs
Upstairs and sat t there tb < < e until Zepbyj Z pbYJ oanie oaniehome cam camhome e ehome
home but butwhen when she arrived they oared oarednot darednot day daynot
not tell her er about the Ogre e f for or fearwould f fear he hewouM hewould
would carry ear carry y out outbls his t tftraald eatanV thus thusva thusvathem leave leavethem leanthem e
them all alone alonewik wile wr iri i i 1 iff fife houEzephyr house houseZephyr e ez
Zephyr z phyr wasnt much Haut bat t she 1e wait ca a good gooddeal goodcIeaI g gdeal
deal of a comfort comfort to Love ttaye aVouwl t wh whjhere wbeo wbeothere wh8i1bere
there bere was an O Ocre Ogre re jteI elow fir f S course coursehe coursebe coursebe
be might at a pinch eat her firstBeside tlr first floatBeside t tBesIde
Beside Elbert EI rt thought if he didat did IIt at her hershe hershemight he heshe r rbe
she shemight might make him sick k > and udthen then thenwouldnt he hewouldnt hewouldnt
wouldnt touch them It was wattawf1dlyftard wattawf1dlyftardat waebwftlly awfally ha haat hard hardat
at first to keep keeptb their lr secret lll eret focjt seemed seemedto seem seemto
to t fill both of them to bursting as a6 itthe Itwas Itwastbe it was wasthe
the very first one they t bad e v r had hut hutas hit hitas butas t
as night came pmethey they bad badget sertkdroolttrojo gotten control of oftb oftM f
tb tM desire to tell and a ul only nly IJ tbesght 4lie eht 1rtW how row to t test tosa
sa est + e Zephyr Zep1 Yr from theOgfcev theOgfcevAlter the Ogre OgreAlter L LAtter
Alter sapper tIIIIJI1 er Elbdrt t OMti aawmdaed Be d enough enoughcourage h hcourage
courage to ttuteak sneak down doWfllnfedlie infotae into Ike dark rk cel ¬
Jar to tOftcFwhat see what he Wacdcin Was assilUbt Uior fortier fortierone far after afterone of ofone
one has basoDee once bad dealings with IUia a reactive lIYe e
Ogre front f Padocah Pa Gcah one thtek tblnlciJ1IIIIY wry ttt ttteof
> > tI tte eof of such a thing as a mere mea + e dart at ator cellar cellaror cellaror
or the other things that one hears i about t
beta being there foreertainly a liy U limaQgrebea Orrelw re1Nats te
rthem all Bertha thought b4 baTeI hiNtYerybt Tery fve e e
to t8O go and when he came ba bsplk k and Wb vhis wIjipered
pered that the Ogre was was sun aga sound > adaekep sle D
for he bad heard heardbtm him gently snores she
lo looked oke at him adrairmgly adll 11lCly wMclTiaada wIIIeJt a Mdis
him hfmfeel feel very proud indeed indeedihey
ihey 1heywent went to bed feeling sure sure that thai Dn Da
would not disturb them tltemas as s it see IIeeII I and e4 d Uw bn
possible he could be hungry beie t maorn on m
leg 1 after such a meal and stlytuge strar ttaa < < e to 4 say 7
they tile both went to sleep with ao f rOfthe Iegii of the
dark or of things getting t
itt ittand UAaI 1
and and slept soundly until u unt1Lmo unt1LmoFrfgJlened mor mort mo moFriglziene
t Frightened the Cook CookAfter GooiAfter CookAfter
After breakfast t Elbert stole bekw b IiW and a
found Dan the Ogre stD soanj aayeq asleep and andhhn a ayea
yea may be sure ule that be didnt Itt tttaali uriJ
him Zephyr missed the pie pie aooJ seobr and andmade aacImade
made a great gre t fuss but she ahedid aid not once I
think that Elbert was guiltyfop guilty IPI tytor for eidis eidissure was wassore wassore
sore that be
couldnt have
ea eaten lteur fu r
large pies so she made upher up her Lisa t
ude de bogy man done get femt FeissAbout f
About noon and Just as s ft baimened th tllat 1 i 1woke
Zephyr was out a at tthe tt tJ etriIIIt1J j Isntdeets se 0
woke up and filled himself a flailp hatfnail bI f1l tl 1 ot
hard cider to start fife day
da7WItkau with BQtk ti
of the children heard hfe sleet Jn tkeoeU BQtkr r
and Bertha thoughtfully th fulJl tg t ojc t Wfc 1d Ir
brealcftwt to keep him fr fte cr ti i ibr ot C
Z Zephyr HWaBbJIOW He was gaowly gaowlyseemed be
ftQD seemed d to totorget forget to duocia tp t e
tI tJi time andaw and at aAare Qt4lae fd lbmi tlZ
Breught br nght but not notwanted L J tolls iter he
wanted tHa ltd a qtp cupof p of colas ooee and Jt t was Z Zalto he
she lIh was trying to make some etltZePbyr that Zephyr r
returned and almost caught cau t her but JIutmanaged putmanaged she
managed to get it below before flt the e rfrl
came inThey in inThey tnTh
They Th kept the secret until almost allD night n ht
and It was the Ogre himself hlm lf who betrayed tetra
it for along toward dark he
began pn to sin sing g
down there and Zephyr almost jumped Junfcedout jumpedout juteout d
out of hf her > r skin ac as she n K heard j t tiuc
> the iuc hoarse hearsvoice uuarse > p
voice below She was even more alarmed alarmedwhen alarmedwhew alarmewhew d
whew they told her all the story s ry and she tie
heard that there was an Ogre in the cel ce l ¬
tar for she was was powerful afraid of Ogres
She promised promi the th children not to let on o Ii
that she had heard him and she tJe
was verglad very vero y
clad lad to promise It I
assure for
you she shethought shethought sh shthought e
thought the Ogre was about tifteen f ret et t
tall but she > refused to take
a sly pee n ep p
at him as < to Elbcrrd El Elba Birea re red rlfct fcd
s swent 8ne 8newent be bewent
went to work to tongetcakf ii mOR BMfe S j jangel ntfsom aoate
angel ngetcakf cake und chocolate eakeitolnep et Dan Da Dagoodhumored
goodhumored for sta > said when an Ogre gre
Is pleased plea fd h ho ° wont hurt
you Oll but If ao not IH t tthen
Jther then life 1sut isu t worth living w With th him h a in inhouse a
house I
The Monster Monster Captures CapturesThreatens CapturesThreatens a urt S SThreatens
Threatens to Eat and andFinally andFinaU d dins
Finally FinaU ins y Holds s Them ThemPrisoners ThemPrisoners e ePrisoners
Prisoners Under Trib Tribute Tribute Tribu ¬
u ute e in in Their Home HomeA
v I w
A Barrel of Cider and nd nda nda t ta
a Fearless Boy Over Overcome Overcome Overcome
come the e Ogre re and andHe at atHe l lHe
He is is Sent n Right i io Off Offto Offto
to o Jail JailNext JailNext ai aiNext
Next day the Ogre TOSS still sleepy fll py ant aniquite antquite andquite
quite goodnatured when the children vis visIted tf tfited i iHed
Ited him as they aid IB order to re h POlite poutsto poltato POliteto
to him but about 4 oclock they the neard neardgreat near agreat a agreat
great noise below and whistling and a d shout shoutIng shtIng sh t ting
Ing Elbert ran rantIoWII down and found th the Ogre
halfway haJfwa out of oftbe the side windowwhen window b bwhen nut nutwhen
when he heard Elbert he pulled hlmstij hlmstijin hlms hlmsfn hhcseIn
in and saidHi said saidHI saidHI
HI there boy y Look up the road d Sa Sawho Seewho s swho
who that is isElbert Is1 Is1Elbert 1sTElbert
Elbert looked and nd saw a very frovjy frovjytramp fOw fOwtramp frotrrytramp
tramp staring about him 1IIt to see who wh whcalUng > > wai waicalling waicalling
calling him himDats himDats himDats
Dats Whiskery 1Jekery William the Hobo Hobosaid Hobosa1d Hobosaid
said Dan and hes a wusser v r ogre than thanme thaume thanme
me You run right alter him and tell hint hintthat hintthat hintthat
that Dypsomaniac Dan is waitin fer himand him htmand himand
and you bring him straight here Tell him himabout hiD hiDabout himabout
about the hard cider thatll fetch him
Elbert hated to think of having haYi g an another another another f
other ogre under the roof but of COtI course
he didnt dare refuse and so he ran ad
brought Whiskery William William a amost al almost aTmost ¬
most ran when he heard Dans message m sare
for he feared the cider would be gone and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when he got into the cellar and saw Dan Daaand DaJ1and Danand
and the two barrels he almost faintedwith fainted faintedwith faintedwith
with joy He and Dan had quite a talk tactand taliand talkand
and then they the called Elbert and his sister sisterand 8Iteoand sisterand
and told them what an awful appetite fot fotyoungsters for foryoungsters fJryoungsters
youngsters Whiskery W lskery WilHam had THH
Ham they said once lived in a cave in iathe inthe
the mountains and just lived on little fit
boys and girls in season and out for sir several leVeral siroral ¬
eral years until he had to go south 10 fat s
his health healthSo healthSo healthSo
So Zephyr prepared more food for Wil Wflam ¬
liam H am trembling violently as she listened listenedto
to their husky voices growling away < a orthe athe r rthe
the wild peals of hilarious ogres land laatater lander
tel t er that rolled up from below belowFor belowFor belowFor
For two more days > these dreadful ogres
kept them busy bus preparing food or trim ¬
bUng with fear and then along ttnratdevening toward towardevening towudevening
evening Gargle Jackson who is Elberf Elbertscousin Elbettscousin 3 3cousin
cousin came caine to the house on his wheeL
He heard the noise in the cellar and EW E Eert El
bert ert had to tell him about the ogres but
he hated to for
he thought Georgia was wasrather wasrather
rather a tough boy and didnt like to toshare toshare toshare
share secrets with such boys Georgia Georgiawanted Geor Georwanted
wanted to take a peep at once at the ttaogres theogres
ogres and as neither Elbert Elb rt nor Bertha Berthacould Berthaoould Berthacould
could prevent him be h stole sto down into the thacellar thecellar tiacellar
Police Pol e En End the FeastPretty Feast FeastPretty FeaslPrett3
Pretty soon he reappeared laughing W Whimself t th
himselfDid himself himselfDid h nEelt nEeltDid
Did the ogres see you whispered S Elbest Sbert mol molbert < + <
bert bertYou
You bet they didnt answered Geor Georgi GeorgiQ
gi giQ and I didnt s Me e no ogres either eitherThose eitherrboe eitherThose
Those are Just two measly old hoboes hoboesand hoboelid
and lid theyre full of hard cider ciderThey elderThey
They told us they were egr ogres said saidBertha saidBertha AldBertlla
Bertha and they the certainly look like itToo it itYou itYou
You are a pair of softies said Georgewith George Georgewith Georgewith
with contempt you swallow all the fair fairstories fairy fairystories fai1stories
stories and bogy boS tales and believe all you youhear Yl Ylhear yo7Near
hear You just lay low 10 till I come back baclcDont backDont backDont
Dont say a word to them while I go and andget andget andget
get the ogrecatchers ogrecatchersWhat
4 What are those asked Bertha irt irtgreat iaireat tdgreat
great delight delightJust delightJust delightJust
Just plain cops and theyre yrt coming a athe dthe IX IXthe
the hurryup wagon replied Georgie as ashe ashe
he skipped out outNot outNot outNot
Not a whisper came from Elbert Bets Beftha B rooi rooitM
the or Zephyr while thy waited b but butthe butthe > t tfire
the ogres made soles IIO e enough for tea teaas te1aa tenas
as they tbe hurried to empty the he first barrel barrelof barre I
of cider so as 8 to get the second ond The Thecpuld Th Thnlcl Then Thengold
gold nlcl be heard singing s gtng and 00 even at times timesparading timespiaradlog timesparading
parading up and down the length of the theeeilar theeelJar
collar and announcing that at the t h gang ga q was wasall wUall Ft Ftall
all there but when the patrol wagoa wagoafilled wagO1ftUed Tago3tilled
filled with policemen rattled up to the tl tldoor th thdoor
door they heard it and all the noisfl noisflceased noiSceued
ceased Instantly InstantlyWhen JlI5tanUYhen
When hen the policemen poU 1De11 went doff dowr O tie tiestairs tfcistairs t18stairs
stairs Berthas s heart stood still a the theterrible tMterzG theter
terrible terzG ter le sounds came up to the kivh kivhfor khfor k h hfor °
for she he ji jitriumph
was afraid that the ogre <
triumph but when the poor ogre Rare verehauled Rarehauled re rehauled
hauled up she feared no longer for bth bthof bnt bntof b bat
of them were crying cryl like chlldrr chlldr childrthey ad adthey i ithey
they had hardly any 117 clothes left n op Or then thcrOh trIPrOb thenOh
Oh bow OW the cops oop did bang those = > ° rr < rr rrchildeating r rebUdeaUng ° a achildeating
childeating ogres around as thPhes thPhesfled th thp hus hustied hust1ed
tied them into the hurryup wag Ari Arih AdItow
h Itow w they did beg to be let alor alrwhow alnrhew Ar Arhow
how tons some of the policemendown policemen n fay J Jdown I Idown
down In the cellar stopping the cider ciierfrom ddt ddtfrom ciderfrom
from running ru nnlng away upon the floor f > r the thaogre lh thek
ogre k had left the spigot open openpay openAlia openA l
Alia A ay they t went in T
pay ey the wagon lq lqmaatac pM pMmaniac t tmaniac
maniac Dan and Whtekery Wblslu ry Willinrr Jiar sti3 sti3weeping t1 t1weepl
weepl weeping bitterlyand then Georgic tvX t his hiscousins h hcolllliu
cousins into the front parlor ani a gave gavethem ga8a g3 a athesis
them a good long lecture ture on the f ff r rsdtliaees TA TAsilliness j jof
silliness of believill believing m ogres a r rthings Is Ist >
things t b s for if their beads had n nt > I 1 1foil 1fall
fall of such nonsense they would hava havaknows ha hakOOWD haaknows
knows that Dan and William wer frrsy fr frr < w wsy i
sy 8 oM tramps as soon as they th pa say a aThe TbS TbSThe th °
The lecture certainly did them goo go gnnd n niQ nIta
iQ d spite of Zephyrs cautions th thf they v ame me mediately n ndJately ¬
diately began to snoop around in al althe < I Ithe
the deepest see P shadows shadows in i isawn the dark a d dn i iason
sawn n convinced themselves that thr thrnothing h1 s ssAtS 5 5aetlabtg
nothing > to be afraid of anywhere a at1dftc at ataothlag a > t tnothing
nothing t1dftc worse than Dypsomaniac Dyp omaniac DarS DarSand DSJtd t tsad
and Jtd l4 Whiskery WJd kery cery Williams and gr grdness grdnessknos grrinskIlO dness dnessktaoas
knos kIlO they were bad enough to look Ie a aanyway
anyway anywayBberts ul7wayIherCs 7
Bberts IherCs father felt rather grater t tthe tIJ tIJthe
the two tw ogres for being the uncons JI JIm is ismesas > s smeans
means m of curing his childrens fears ana anahe ar1e an3he
he e took his son up to the jail on enThere nr ° day dayThere jaYThen
There sat t Dan and William in a coO arl arlwhen a1hen adwhen
when hen they saw Elbert they wept weptYou weptYou ept eptYou
You may JD y well ton weep weepw tfa1d said Mr lr WiIir WiIirYours W 11g 11gYours
Yours is a sad fate but It might ra3 ra3been ra raW a
been worse worsefDats W worse re reDat
Mats Dat so replied Whiskery Wiliiarr WiliiarrwtpdBg WIiianwtpIag
wiping away his tears We might hav havbeen ha habeen a
been pinched fasted before we got to dat s ° coii coiibarrel Cojbarrel co i
barrel barrelIt barrelIt
It was wa my fault added Dypsornan DypsornanDan DJ > somar1 somar1Dan a
Dan I oughter know knowed d that yor cant cantbe c ar a abe t
bean be an Ogre and sing ragtime songs at atsame I Isame t
same time Next time I try it Ill I l cit = ° 0tlu u uthe t >
the singm singmThe It ItThe
The next n < > xt One said Elbert Jst jl t t rshow tshOw °
show that be was no longer afraid afraHnext atr < tid tidIKxt tn3
next time you try to impose on littk littkand lilt liltand > < i > s
and garb you Y 1 make belie beliYOUr < v t youre a fair f fairti C Cfor > v vfor
for HI take care care that they won wont t belief beliefin belt beltin
in any ogres ogresAnd
stor storfor st stfor > rt T Tfor
And KO Elbert got mo m to t l write rite this

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