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i M RR ORNIN maam mQ m mornln Yea YeaMl YesIll
Ml step right in Guess Gue a IM IMstop Iflltop Illstop
stop and wipe my feet f t first for fortheyre torthe fortheyre
theyre the re kind of muddy and Im afraid
l Ill rook t up the house My wife Mary Marysays Maryay MaryYs
says ay Ys a man ought oll ht to think of those thoshings thos9hlnga thosefjhinga
hings moren h ha doee s uMC pin In as as how howhes JOWhc howwhes
hes hc so portilitr r about Che Oi a manner man ttati ttatihis of ofhis ofhll5
his dumb oreeters But IQntI1t land lt easy easyto 018 018to oastto
to forget forgetDoctor org t tuDOQtOlU
uDOQtOlU Doctor be here in a minute All Allright Aftright Allright
right Ill jest s set t down by the winder winderand wInderitnd windarend
and wajt iL Ah here h he is now no How Howdo HowdODD HOWdo
do dODD JDputorJ Deiito tor how do 9 > 1 IV Ive coma mo jet jetft jestas
as ft I you GU ousla said d I would and It youve got gotthe gotthe gotthe
the time tlm ra 16 like to talk over a a few fewthings fewthlnp fewthtnga
things An hour if I like Im real realSlati realelad realglad
glad forI kind of want to get used to tobein tobeln tobetn
bein here h re a minute afore I begin beginThe bglnThe beginThe
The doctor led the tray ay into the con on
all white and still and finally we come cometo con cometo Ie Ieto
to the top of t the hill Somehow wecould we wecould wecould
I could get a free breath up there I Ilookod Ilookod 1lookoi
lookod off at the fields and the woods woulslike woodslike wOdslUte
like dark patches below us in the moon moonlight moonlight moon11ght
light and I felt pretty bad Mary was wastalkln wustalkIn wastalkin
talkIn a little but by and m < 1 by she shestopped shestopped shestopped
stopped and then I put my hand over overhers oyerhen overhers
hers and I says Was yet terrible terribleashamed terrlLteuhamed terribleashamed
ashamed of me Mary1 Mary1And Mary l11YAocJ MaryAnd
And si he < < 0 flashed right out quick quickHkg qulckJU
Hkg JU if No No1 I want RaolSit Raol RaolTt RaolIt
Tt It kind of surprised me she was wasalters wasallers wasalters
alters so quiet and kind of gentle but butI
I got my breath again and I Leis jj ys s slow slowly iilowIy slowly ¬
ly Would ye it be ashamed n hainetI of me m for 0 0husband uhu Ohusband
hu husband = 1band Mary MaryShe MurylShe MaryShe
She never said a word and I set setthere Ilctthere actthere
there my heart athumplrj1 and the thebells thebene thebelle
bells ajanglln and then she jest jestslipped jestsUpped jestslipped
slipped her hand into mine and I knew knewit
it was all right rightWe rightWe rightWe
We werent married till June I had hadto hadto hadto
to get ready g sa j did she She allers
I It away sames I had overy other trou trouble trouble trouble ¬
ble I went to the minister and I saysThe says saysThe 5aSThe
The buryin ground groundis is one on mile away awayand aw8 aw8and awayand
and I aint gbin to have Mary afeeiin afeeiinher afecHnher afeeitnher
her babyg way off there and acryln acrylnand acrYlnand acrylnand
and alookin a lookln off thore th ro when tho snows snowscome snowscome snowscome
come Im agoln if yer think the theLords theLords theLords
Lords wlllln to have one of our own ownright ownright ownright
right close Qlo closto c to the house under und r the old oldelm oldlm oldelm
elm lm Thats where Wh rfo we set and planned plannedtogether plannedtogether plannedtogether
together afore the baby come And Andtho Andtho Andthe
tho minister says The earth is the theLords th thlords theLords
Lords and tale fullness lul1 Qs thereof and andwherever andwhocvcr andwherever
wherever yet er placo a 0 human beta with witha
a prayer pt ot above it it that spot is sa sacred 5acredo saerod ¬
credo erodSo credSo credoSo
So we laid the baby away under the theolm theolm theelm
olm Mary didnt know nothin uo hln about aboutit
it because she was In a high fever and anddidnt anddidnt anddidnt
didnt sence nothln but hr lf folks was wasscandalized wasscandalized wasscandalized
scandalized to see me makin a flower flowergarden flowergarden flowergarden
garden out of tho babys grave rave But 1 1knew 1knew Iknew
knew Mary better than they the did and
V i We Used to Take Walks Together In the Early Evening Evc ing
suiting room and shut the door at thesame the thesame thesame
same time motioning the man into one oneof qneot oneof
of the leathercovered chairs that stood stoodat stoodat stoodat
at the right rl ht of o the operating table tabl He Ileseated Heseated 1IeIStoo
seated himself hlm elf nervously upon the ex extreme extreme extreme ¬
treme edge of the chair turning as far faras faras faras
as possible poe lble from the surgical apparatus apparatusand apparatusand apparatusand
and twirled his faded fad d hat In his rest restleas restleas restless
leas fingers His anxious eyes followed followedthe followedthe o1l0wedthe
the doctors figure as he toopad to tolower tolower tolower
lower the sari and let in the sweat sweatJune IieotJune sweetJune
June air before seating himself and andthe andthe andthe
the sunshine fell with a iii pitying touch touchon
on the mans gray gra hair and haggard haggardface haggultace haggardface
face Laying Lt ln one Oil hand on the doctors doctorsknee doctorJknee doctoraknee
knee he h leaned forward and scanned scannedhis scannedhis scannedhis
his face hungrily as It compelling compellingstrength compellingstrength compellingstrength
strength and clearer vision from the theman thelOan thethan
man before him himWeve hln1Weve himWeve
Weve talked tlk l it all alloet ayer ver Mary and andI
I he laid with childlike simplicity simplicityThere NimpUcltyThere simplicityThere
There want ant no use In keepin it from fromher fromher fromher
her and I couldnt have hft ye if Id tried for forthere forthere forthere
there haint been a thin thing sence we was wasmarried wasmarried wasmarried
married but that weve planned over overtogether oertogether overtogether
together She aint seemed to mind it itmuoh ittnucn itmuch
much cept for thinkin and worryIn worryInabout WOrtrlnabout worrylnabout
about me but then women like my mywife mywite mywife
wife Mary dont alters ahow what they
feel But I had to come to you today todaywoman
A womans got her mother and her herfolks hetfoJa herfolks
folks to lean on in 11 times like these but buta
a man stands alone with his doctorand doctor doctorand doctornd
and nd his < 86a u tt Yr Y sure that ether does doesthe doesthe doesthe
the business busln And she wont know knowaifrthinfjii knowa1fYtbl knowa
aifrthinfjii a1fYtbl a tfilrt ftoAfldY 4fi AA Awl yptve re got the theright therig therig
right rig t ktnd kmdpftooW kmc1t po toOt g to work with God
but yer cuttin my m heart out to think thinkof
of it It Ive been en tryin to sense It all allthe aUthe allthe
the way over here from the farm but butall butull butall
all I could think of was the pinky look lookof lookof lookof
of the alders and the t1tbig big soft latches latchesof
of shadow on the mountain sides and andIt andit andIt
It seemed as if tw twere re forty year ao afrowhen aowhen ft O Owhen
when Mary and I first begun to take takenotice takenotice takenotice
notice of things together I want ant a agreat agreat agreat
great hand to observe much about the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country cept whether there was a agood agood agood
good hay crop on or whether nertatoewere Dertatoes Dertatoeswere J > ertalo ertalowere
were likely IIkol to turn nut well But after
A I got to thinkin1 about Mary aomehowshe somehow somehowshe IOmehohe +
she he didnt seem to belong bJon to those tho
things and the colors In the woods be began began began ¬
gan to perk up and tell me Id better
be takin1 notice of them And th thAn thAnwhen thanwhen n nwhen
when wed go to prayer meetin to together togfther together ¬
gether after we was keepin kee ln company companyshed companyshed companyshed
shed say Oh Rael jest look at that thatand thatand thatand
and that and that flower r till I had to toget toget tos
s get out of the team and get it for her
And before loner I was llkln them too
though I wouldnt have said so furs I
know But it seemed a part ftrt of her
I lived on the hill and sh she lived
down below Io in the valley vall C Same old oldred oldrfd oldred
red house that were JIvin in now only
twas spruced up then with lth new De p paint DfiJntand paintand int intand
and rtxins txln Some folks would have
thought twas terrible lonely up there thereso
so near to the woods and without a aneighbor anCighbor aneighbor
neighbor in sight but Mary > > ary want that
kind Shed look off down the valley
at the knot of lakes lak at the right and
tho river slinky like cornsilk and the thetown thetown thetown
town that glistened in the sun like likewhite likewblto likewhite
white pebbles and then oft a at the blue bluemountains bluemountains bluemountains
mountains She alters said they were
the words of God standin stand In there solcmn sol solemn solmn ¬
emn mn and unehangin unchan n and watchin to tosee tofit tosee
see it we made the right use of the theworld theworld theworld
world hed put us in inOne inOne inOne
One night nl ht I went down to swap
hosarake with 1U1 Marys father and andthats andthats andthats
thats when wb n I first begun tn to take notice
She hewaa he was settin in the doorway oorway pickln picklnout picklnout pickinout
out yarn arn for a cardboard mQttoaoI mQttoaoIset motto 30 I Iset 1Re
set Re there too for a while till It begun un
to be dark enough to light up inside inaidethe insidethe InM1dcthe
the house and then after that I keptgem kept kentffoin keptoln
ffoin gem oln She looked jest like a flower
Mary Mar did dldone one of those pale ale little ones onesthat one onet onesthat
that t you find in some ferny lern spot in n the thewoods thewood thewoods
woods and she mos generally had a aribbon aribbon aribbon
ribbon on or aomethln that made me methink methink methink
think of blossoms I brought her one oneone oneone oneone
one night and she said Thank you youRael younel youPatel
Patel jest as ladylike and then I Iknew Iknew Iknew
knew that I wanted to keep right on
buyln things for her though I didnt didnttell dIdnttcU didnttell
tell her so soWe 110ulleCl ao1e
1e We used to take walks wa Ika together togetheralona toetherAlan togetheralong
along Alan In the early evenln There was a
brook that crowed the road a O olf olfdown H > ce cedown
down from her herhouee house and wed cd stand standon
on that bridge and watch the water waterrattle waterraWe waterrattle
rattle down over the stones and nd slip slipoff slipoft UP UPof
off of through the field and I u UMd e 4 to tosay tosa tosay
say sa Now Mary what do you want wantmost wantmost wantmost
most mostAnd
And shed say Oh a melodeon
Rael Raelhoserakes Rael4nd 1
And Id say y jest a as rruftUke A
hoserakes what I want wantThat wantThat wantThat
That was the difference between bet us usand usand
and yet there want no one that under underotood u1dertood understood I
stood Mary ar as well as I did didShed didShed i
Shed read out of the weekly paper papersometimes pp r rsometimes 1 1someUmes
sometimes and Id set and whittle und undlook undJook andlook
look at her and then wed discuss We Wewas Wewas e ewaa
was great on discussions that year and andI
I used to carry her over to the school schoolhouse schoolhouse hool hoolhou
house hou to hear hegem em so it at lyceums One Onenight Onlnllilt Onenight
night they was discussin < hether Lm Lmcolji Lincollt
1 colji 0111 or Washington Vas iJlston was 8 the greater greaterman gAllterf greaterman
f man and I got tired of It for Id heard heardthat he heardthat Id Idthat
that same dlscuselon tIJeu elon before so I got gotup Iotup gotup
up and says > > Thats been talked about aboutlong about10n aboutlong
long 10n enough I think There wouldnt wouldntprobably wouldntprobabl wouldntprobably
probably been meren half as much mu h to tpthem tothorn tothem
them as thorp was If f it hadnt been for fortheir tortheir fortheir
their folks behind them themThen themThen themThen
Then I sat at down and they began to tolaugh tolaugh tolaugh
laugh and snigger and the thought thoughtcome thQul thoughtcome > ht htcome
come to me that they thought I waa waashinin w ryasshlnln a ashlnln
shlnln up to Mary It Jltruclunlt struck me all oC oCa ota ofa
a heap and I looked over and there Ulereshe thereshe thereshe
she sat lookin1 down Into her lap with withthe withthe Vllhthe
the color stoalin up into her face jest jeetlike jestlike
like a a white apple blossom with a little littlestain littlestain littlestain
stain stain of pink In it It I Iwas was wa terrible cut cmup cutup cutup
up and when I put her into Intothe the siel Heigh lIelShand Heighand l landwe
andwe and we ve startedofif started art homo I Qouidnt QOI1I nt all ssya allword
a word Wo e Jangled along the road roadthere Madthere roadthere
there want no one on n near ar us and 1t was WlYJ
had ideas Ide of propriety did Mary I Iwas IIRS Iwas
was IRS apaperin a apirln and afixln1 the old oldhouse oldhouse oldhouse
house up and she was asewin asewinhadnt asewlnthouh asewinthouht
thouh Id loved her jest as well It she shehadl1 shehadn
hadnt t brought nothin with her I was wasplannin wasplannin wasplannin
plannin on havin a ho hossrale srake and andthen andthen andthen
then twouldnt be such hard work and andI
I could have more time to home but butone butone butone
one day as I was as puttorin around a aman aman aman
man come along and he says Want to tobuy tobuy tobuy
buy a melodeon melodeonAnd melodeonAnd l lAnd
And I says ys I dunno how much be bethey bethe bethey
they theyAnd the
And he says sa s Ill set one right up upand upand upand
and yerll wonder how yer ever got gotalong sotalong gotalong
along without it and it shant cost yer yermuch yermuch er ermuch
much either eitherWall eitherVoJJ eitherWell
Wall I knew twant no use to think thinkof thinkot thinkof
of the hossrake after that so about a aweek aweek aweek
week from that time I druv over to toMarys toMaryfi toMarys
Marys and I says Ive somethin some thin to toshow toshow toshow
show yer Mary MaryVSo MarySo Iar IarSo
So she came alongside of me sing singin singin singin
in a little song and am pointin out every everyfJower ever evertlower everyflower
flower and fern on the way wa and I Isltowed Ilruwed Ishowed
showed > > her into the house and then thenshe thenlihe thenshe
she saw that She jest put her arms armsaround armsalQuQd armsaround
around it a minute and then run right rightat
at me and hid her face on my shoulderand shoulder shoulderand shoultleland
and all she says was Oh Rael and I Icould Icould Icould
could feel her acryin She didnt didntnever tIldntnevor didntnever
never know about the hossrake Aint Aintbeen Aintbeen Aintbeen
been nothln I could get that I aint ainttried ainttried ainttried
tried to give her herWall herYell herWeil
Wall June come and nd w wq < hada had a real realpretty realpr realpretty
pretty pr ty woddln oddln Plenty Plent of flowers and andi andthe andthe
i the neighbors nehbb 1S corns comeand and an had 1 a good goodtime soodtime goodtime
time Had some hytff hynrniunes tunes too tooBlest tooBlest tooBlest
Blest Be the Tie that Binds and Come ComeYe ComeYe ComeYe
Ye that Love the Lord Mary liked likedthings likedtbtn likedthings
things tbtn s done in style though I didnt didntI dltIntliet18e didntsense
I s sense nse nothln but her shtnin eyes and andthe andthe andthe
the white dress dr si And then when it was wasall wasaU wasall
all over and the folks had gone I Ihitched 1hltc Ihitched
hitched hltc up and we drove home through throughthe throuhthe throughthe
the twilight The Thesky sky was all pale and andthe andthe andthe
the stars were acomin out and the thefrogs thefro thefrogs
frogs fro down in n the marshes wore singinand singin singinand singlnand
and we didnt say a word till we wereached wereached wereached
reached home I stopped the horse at atthe atthe atthe
the door doorour our door and when I see her hersittin hersltUn hersittin
sittin there so like 111 lilt a lily so trustful trustfulj trustfuland trustfuland
j and white a great lumpl10me lump ump come up in my mythloat mythroat
1 throat to think of her belongin to a alump aJump alump
lump of clay like me And I held her herclose hereJode herclose
close v as I lifted her down and then thensomethin thenomethln thensomethin
somethin come over mo and I says saysHoney Sa5loney saysHoney
Honey air yer sure yer or aint goin to tobe tobe tobe
be ashamed of yer er husband husbandAnd husbandud husbandAnd
And ud she looked right up at me with withher withher withher
her great eyes so believin and says sayeI suyeIalnt saysIalnt
I Ialnt aint goln to be ashamed of my m hue husband huaband hueband ¬
band RaelAnd Rael RaelAnd RaelAnd
And I says Please God yer never ncvorshall nevoriohall nevershall
shall Then we went In and shut the thedoer thetIOOr thedoer
doer tIOOrdT0
dT0 Two wo years went by and Mary ary was wasisr wasi wastl
i isr happy as a lark Keepin the housefixed house housefixed houlicftxed
fixed up and the pastes posies growin and andrunnln andrunnn andrunnin
runnln out to bring me a doughnut or ora ora
a dab of dough and to be sure the thebread thebread thebread
bread was riz jest to me llkin Pinyin Piayinon
on the melodeon and comin out to set setwith setwith t twith
with me under the big elm tree in the thecorner thecorner thecorner
corner of the yard and singin and andsmilin andmiltn andemilin
smilin all day But by and by she be begun begun begun ¬
gun to get quieter and shed lookat mo moso meso
so wistfulllke out of her great eyes eyesand eyesand
j and then wed set and talk and look looktoward hooktoward I Itoward
toward the mountains that stood be before before ¬
fore us like the words of God and the theold theold theold
old tree would wave its arms > > over us uslike uslike ushike
like It was blessln us I was husband husbandand husbandand husbandand
and mother both those days and Id Idsay I IsaT Iusay
say This is the way the Lord meant meantit
it Mary and Its nil right The new newbook newbook ew ewbook
book of motherhood shone deeper and anddeeper andI anddeeper
deeper d per in her eyes eYt > and then one day dayin duyin dayin
I in the fall I said saidllonoy said11oney saidHoney
Honey the doctor says sqY as how ho v hed hedlike hedlike
like to come up UI here for a day or two twoif twoif twoIf
if twould be convenient to have him himround himround himround
round He H wants to go gunnin gunninwith gunninwithme with withme withme
me up t p on the mountain and as theres theresplenty theresI theresplenty
plenty pleat of good food cooked up and andtheres andthere andtheres
theres there some one to stay sta with you I Itold Itold Itold
I told him right off to come comeMSli comeShll comeSite
MSli Site hid her face on my shoulder shoul er and andsaid millMId antisaid
said Oh Rael jest ja t as she did over overthe ove1the overthe
the melodeon and I never let on that thatId thatId thatId
Id been asavin toward 20 0 all the thesummer thesnrgnier I I5U11tmer
summer to make him want ant to come comejest comejtfJt comejest
jest at this time But somehow she sheI shem shendstrusted
I niiKtrueted m it1U lted You dont need to toll a awoman nomlt awonitul
woman omlt everything they the know athout alhoutthe athoutthe alhJutLhe
the tell leJUn teillnWe In1 In1i
i We e named the baby Peace we e was wasso w wasso s sso
so glad Iad to have her safely saCel here Seems SeemsIf
If Mary couldnt be happy happ enoughthose enough enoughthose enouhtllole
those days Twas baby bab this and b euy euythat 6y 6ythat y ytnt
that all the time Who ho she was tin ointo tinto in into
to look like and how her eyebrows was wascomin wascomln wascomin
comin and how she was learnin to toput toput toput
put her thumb into her mouth andthere and andthere aJldthere
there was so much baby and so little tittleme littlemt littleme
me that I begun to feel kind of f left Kftout lftout leftout
out Twant sensible nsibll L I know and I Iwouldnt Iwouldnt Iwouldnt
wouldnt have had Mary know It for foranything foranyUdng foranything
anything Was too shamed of It my myselfra myHIt myaelfa
selfra HIt great hulkin thing like me mewantin mewalltn mewautitt
wantin to sPOil Marys happiness with withher withhel withher
her baby bab I thanked the Lord after afterward afterward afterward ¬
ward that I didnt say sa nothin But Butyou Butyou Butyou
you s HC c alary herself had allers been beenmy beenm beenmy
my m baby and now she he didnt sent se m to tocare tocare toacre
care nothin about it But one night I Iwaa 1R Iwas
was R sittin s tUn in tho doorway alookrn alookrnOff
Off at the fields and she come of her herown helewn herown
own aeuord ao < < ord and says Rael I want wa watit 10 tocome 10come 10cnme
come homo h01 Q And she put hor heal healdown hoo1down healdown
down in the old way on my shou shouljr shouljrAnd shouir11d l r rslid
And 11d thon I knew she want ant changed a amite aunite I
mite and I thought what an old fool foolId toolId foolId
Id ben a moan ungrateful Greeter creeterBut ereeterB GreeterBdt
But B t Mary was unknowin of all this thisand thisnnd thisacid
and want Iglad I glad She wouldnt have havethought havethought havethought
thought much of me If she had afeel afeelmput atoelfri afeelin
mput fri Put mt out because I wasnt the only onlyone onlyonQ onlyone
one that was wa beta made of The baby babystayed babytayed babystayed
stayed with ustill us un May 1fayantI Mayand and I guess guessw guesswe
w we wont say sa nothln more m ro about thatThere that thatTher thatThpr
There Ther > come a day when I had to face fucathat fucnthat facethat
that I couldnt do nothln for Mary Marythpt Marythe
the we 0 was wa jest children in tho handsof hands handsof h9n h9nottJut I
of of ottJut tnfr ie Lord and I could only stand by byand b bIntI byand
and hrlp hr bear it it I couldnt take taker
when I couldnt c couldnt uldnt stand stal1dit it to watch her herany herany
any longer Id go out there and putter putteraround putteraround 1 1around
around One day she opened her eyes eyesand eyesand eyesand
and I s9 e shed hodcome come back and she shesays shesays shesays
says Whereve yer taken my baby babyRael babyRael babyRae
Rael And I Isayfi says Jest where yer can cansee cansee cansee
see her and mother her honey and andlook andlook andlook
look out that shes all right rightShe rightShe rightShe
She was slow in gettin tUn well and I Iused Iused Iused
used to carry carr her out into the sunshineand sunshine sunshineand sunshineand
and shed set under the old elm and look lookat lookat lookat
at the flowers fi wos Id built a seat there thereand thereand thereand
and there was some rose bushes and andsome andsomo andsome
some little soft pinkywhite blossoms blossomsand bloss blossomsand ms msand
and the grass was trimmed and green greenShed greenShed greenShed
Shed set and look and look and one oneday oneday oneday
day she says We will have some someflowers someflowelS someflowers
flowers that will grow for a a long timeand time timeand
and a fence and by and by this will willbe will willbe VII VIIbe
be our little home together Lord but butyou butyou butyou
you dont spose its comin now do doyer doer doyer
yer er
yerMary Mary was wasu1ters a alters ers fond of children childrenand childrenand childrenand
and was WS fillers doin things for them thembut thembut thembut
but when whepthe the spring days come she shenever sheneer shenever
never seemed to care about unythln anythincept unythlncept unythlncept
cept stayln with Ith me And shed say sayit sayIt sayIt
it was because she liked to see meplant me meplant meplant
plant the corn and sea how many per pertutoes pertatoes pertatoes
tatoes went into each hill but I know knowit
it was because she sbedldnt didnt like to be left leftalone lertnloneand leftaloneand
alone nloneand and now mebbe shes goin away awayfrom awuytrom awayfrom
from me meTheres meTheres meTheres
Theres a good chance of her gettin gettinwell getllnwell gettinwell
well Yer think she will if everything everythinggoes everythinggoes everythinggoes
goes right Thank yer doctor thank thankyer thankyer thankyer
yer Dont mind my cryin but yer see seeI seeI seeI
I thought they want no hope and I Icouldnt Icouldnt Icouldnt
couldnt have yer touchin Mary ary till tillyer tillYEr tillyer
yer knew what wed been to each other otherSeemed otherSeemed otherSeemed
Seemed as if it would help yer to bring bringher bringher bringher
her out all right if yer knew that And Andyerll Andyern Andyer11
yerll come tomorrer and by this time timeitll timeItll timeitll
itll be all over and the probability is isthat Isthat isthat
that shell get well God can I ISland ISlandit stand standit
it to wait waitCopyright WaftCopyright 1 1Copyrlsht
Copyright by the thcSS S S McClure Co
Jimson Weed I
The ability of some om planets pl neb to flourish flourishunder flourishunder loullshundcr
under adverse conditions < must be the theoutcome thooutcome theoutcome
outcome of ag fibS s spent In the effort to toharmonize toImrmonlzo toharmonize
harmonize with varied environments environmentsSuch environmentsSuch environmentsSuch
Such plants are vaguely culled weeds woodsmerciless weedsmerciless weodsmerciless
merciless war fa s waged upon them themdrivon themdrlvon them themdrivon
drivon from the field they retreat to tothe totho tothe
the roadside if the roadside becomes becomesunpUaaantly bocomcsunpluuonUy becomesunpitaeantly
unpUaaantly occupied by y their enemies enemiesthey enemtesthe enemiesthey
they the simply vault the fence Into deserted de deserted deweltcd ¬
serted and negloctod pieces pI nes whore noth potltlug nothing pothinS ¬
inS else can live and aUe qalnily peacefully peacefullyther peacefullythcr peacefullythere
there possess po sCSti the earth Of the gener generation generallon generation ¬
ation of weeds the Jimson stands in inthe inthe inthe
the front rank lc No refuse heap Is too toomean toomcan toomean
mean no soil too poor for its develop development developmont developmoat ¬
mont and an In a smoky mephitic atmos atmosphere utmospholo atmosphoro ¬
phere It seems to be entirely at home homeDatura homeDntura homeDatura
Datura stramonium stands in the thebooks th thbooks thebooks
books an a a native of Asia The name nameJimson nameJhnson nameJhnson
Jhnson or Jamestown weed it acquired acquiredIn
In America The story t > tor goes goesthat that when whentho whentho whenthe
tho colonists returned to Jamestown Jamestownafter Jamostownafter Jamestownafter
after their first abandonment of the thesettlement thesettlement thesettlement
settlement they found the ruins of the thetown thetown thetown
town filled with thickets of this weed weedThe weedThe weedThe
The explanation la that the seeds were wereJn worQIn wereIn
In the > dirtwhich had been brought broughtovec broughtovec broughtoval
ovec as asbauftSL asballast ballast Jn the early botanies botaniesthe
the plant figured Cliurcd as the Jimson weed weedbut wQedbut weedbut
but slnc Sln sinehm > 9 tnoA t > nt atthoQlm q t Q oglmttstQr t1rnd tor has 1as been beenQbroad beenqbload beenabrondgr
Qbroad abrondgr l W P1i t Mtvlij sitet sfteJt it has becomethe become becomethe becomethe
the Jamestown Jumest Jamestotvnwoed JamestotvnwoedThe wn woed woedThe woedrh
The rh plant has an individuality Un I
His Trouble With With Vlccr Viceroy y Curzon CurzonOver curlonOver CurzonOvcr
Over Indias Defense DefenseNow DefenseNett
Now c York Times TimesThe TlmcThe TtmelThe
The resignation of Lord Curzon tho thoannouncement thoQnrounCt1m theannouncement
announcement nt of which hlan was published publishedon p bUshcd bUshcdon
on Monday londa had b td been expected since sincolast 5inr 5inrlast sincelast
last October when the differences be between bctwoen ¬
t tween uoen tho t treached he viceroy and Lord KUchenor KUchenorreached I tlcl1enorreached
reached an acute stage When the gen general SOleral geeeras ¬
eral returned to England from loon1 South SouthAfrica southAfrica I
Africa In July 1302 the war Wo office was wasin wn wnIn wasin
in a quandary what to do with him himPopular I11nPopular himPopular
Popular opinion ol > lnlon as a expressed exprc ceQ by Lord LordRosebery Lo1tInosebery Lordtlosebery
Rosebery demanded for Kitchener Kitchenercontrol Kltohonercontrol Kitobonercontrol
control at the th war office to carry out outthe outthe outthe
the badly needed reforms in organiza organization orunlzaUon orgstnization ¬
tion of the British army armySt armySt armySt
St John Broderlek feared the resultof result resultof r ult ultof
of a Kitchener regime as too drastic drasticfor drasticCor drasticfor
for the cabinet and h hl his 13 own comfort as aswar a aWal pswani > >
war secretary sccr tary the portfolio portf 1io he O than thanheld tbltllheld thenheld
held Broderlck accordingly accordinglythe nasgefl nasgeflI paspcdthe
I the strenuous general over to India for forf toJfive forfive
f five years under the plan that the In Indian Inlian Inthan
than army first needed bringing up to todate todate todate
date dateWhen When Kitcheners appointment was wasofficially wasofficlD1JY wasofficially
officially gazetted as commanderln commanderlnchlef comman < 1erln 1erlnchief
chief of the Indian forces a number numberof
of military pets I > et at Calcutta inunodiatoly immedi immediately inunodlataly ¬
ately asked to bo callod home They Theyknow Theyknow Theyknew
know that under the regime of Kitch Kitchener Kitchoner IGtehoner ¬
oner of Khartoum the old jjoloplay jjoloplayin
in whlskyandsodadrinking whlskyand odadrluking hunting huntingand huntingand huntingand
and dancing days dn s were over The new newcommander liewcommander dewcommander
commander was known as a a worker workerwho workerwho workerwho
who made it his business a to see that thatovery qurtOCy thatevery
every officer Om el under him him did his shareThe share shareThe ahareThe
The Indian army had gotten into a abnd abad abad
bad state and the discipline wag alack alackThe 8Iao 8IaoThe slaokThe
The moral status at Simla and Calcul Calculta
ta was very Vel low and the divorce courts courtsin
in n London wero kept busy with Indian Indianarmy Indhmanny Indianarmy
army scandals scandalsGeneral scandalsGeneral ecandalsGeneral
General Kitchener I sot to work to toremedy toremedy toremedy
remedy this state of things and give giveemployment siveemployment giveemployment
employment to the court Idler He Hecurtailed lIecurtUCd Hecurtailed
curtailed tho military equipment of the theviceroys theviceroys theviceroys
viceroys relatives and drew up dras drastic dragtic drastic ¬
tic plans for the organization of ottl1e the In Indian Indlan Intitan ¬
titan army armySir armySir armySir
Sir George Elliott the military mem member membar em embo ¬
bar bo of council having equal powers powerswith powerswith powerswith
with the commanderlnGhief refused refusedto
to sanction several of the reforms pro proposed uroposed proposed ¬
posed by Kitchener Lord Curzon sided sidedwith sidedwith sidedwith
with Sir George Elliott ElliottLord ElliottLord ElliottLord
Lord Kitchener last November cabled cabledhis cabledhis cabledhis
his ultimatum to the war office In InLondon inLantIon inLondon
London Unless he was given full con control control control ¬
trol he would resign as the situation situationat
at Calcutta was an Impossible one oneThe oneThe oneThe
The news got out but was as ofUcJally ofUcJallydenied otnciaUydenied otgciallydenied
denied In the house of commons commonsSir commonsSir commonsSir
Sir George Elliott resigned his post In Jncouncil IncounclJ incouncil
council as a protest against Jitcheners Kitchen Kitcheners ¬
ers action The cabinet under Mr MrBalfour MrBaltour MrBalfour
Balfour was called on to choose be between between between ¬
tween Lord Curzon urzon and General Kitchener Kitch Kitchener Jitc11ener ¬
ener and had to let the vacancy go gobeing cobeinG gobeing
being afraid of popular opposition If IfKitchener IfKitchener ifKitchener
Kitchener resigned and came homeLady home bomeLa1y homeLady
Lady Curzon made efforts to get the theMan thefan theDian
Man fan from Egypt Into her social socialwhirt socialwhlrt socialwhirl
whirl at tho viceregal court when he hefirst hefirst hefirst
first went out and for a time it was wasrumored wasrumored wasrumored
rumored that he had been caught but buthis buthis buthis
his iron will was proof against the at attractions attractions attractions ¬
tractions of Indian society In Kitch Kitcheners Kltcheners Kitcheners ¬
eners dislikes dl likes there are two objects objectswhich objectswhich objectswhich
which have always stood forth In strong stronglight stronglight stronglight
light Those are women and news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper correspondents correspondentsLord
Lord Kitchener is an enthusiastic sol soldier 501dler soldier ¬
dier with an inordinate capaolty for forwork torwork forwork
work Five hours noursslcep sleep out of twenty twentyfour twentyfour twentyfour
four sufficed for him through the South SouthAfrican SouthAfrican SouthAfrican
African campaign He sent home from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Boer War more than 400 officers for forIncompetence torhlcompetcnce forincompetence
Incompetence and other reasons reasonsHe reasons reasonsHe reasonsHe
He Is a great organizer does notmake not notmalee j jmake
make favorites and has the faculty facultypt facultyptbelnt of ofbeing f fbeing
being able to pick out good Ood menAlI menAlIhis menAUhis men it ithis
his Instructions to the commanding of officers otfleers officers ¬
ficers are ar typewritten and a copy isfiled is isfiled Isfiled
filed in the office for reference As a ageneral ageneral ageneral
general he Is beloved by all the officers officerswho officerswho ofIeerswho
who are earnest in their profession rid cindfeared ridfeared j
feared by b the drones rones who depend upon uponso uponsocial i isocial
social so lal influence The rank and file filelike filelike filelike
like him because he makes the officers officerswork officerswork officerswork
work When hesucceeds bE1 succeeds the Duke of ofConnaught orConn ofConnaught
Connaught Conn ught as chief at the th war ofllge ofllgeIn offlgin
In London In 1907 then the reform of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the British army will commence in earn earnest earnost earnoat ¬
Display of Nerve NerveMilwaukee NerveMilwaukee NerveMilwaukee
Milwaukee Sentinel SentinelDont SentinelDont SentinelDont
Dont you think Miss Wadieigh has haslots lIaslotl haslots
lots of o nerve to wear such uch an openwork openworkwaist openworkwaist I
waist waistI
I dont know lUto about that but I can see seeseh seeseh
seh has lots of backbone I
der favorable fa conditions It 1 18 tall tallsturdy tallsturdy 1 1sturdy
sturdy handsomeoftel handsome tift the fashion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the caster oil bean bountaking taking on a fairly fairlyarborescent falrlYarborscent fairlyarborescent
arborescent form and spreading its itsleaves itsleaves itsleaves
leaves so as to obtain tJJ t > the full both bothair boUtair bothair
air and sunshine at the samfe Slm time Us Usrunk Il Ilrunk itsrank
runk fetid odor makes it repulsive repulsiveThe
The flower is large the corolla a five fivepointed fIepolntod fivepointed
pointed trumpet thro to five inches incheslong
I long either white or lavender set In Ina 111a ina
a long paje p Je grSn gr n calyx The fruit Is Isu lau isa
u large prickly eggshaped capsule capsulefourcelled capsulefourcellctJ capsulefourcelled
fourcelled and containing co tatnlng many sods sod8Since 80411Since sodsSince
Since the plant iei la an annual It Is by byno byno
no means difficult of extermination exterminationThe
The botanic name Datum D tura stramonium stramoniumis trn 1Dnlum 1DnlumIs
is HindooGreek Datur is supposed supposedto
to be a corruption of o Dhatura tho In Indian IndlllJl Indiats ¬
dian name of the plant stramonium Is Isfrom I II IsIrvin
from the Greek word nnanlng mad madapple madapple madapple
apple significant of the noxious tlO IOU8 and andpoisonous andpolionous andpoisonous
poisonous properties of tho plant In Inlarge Inarse Inlarge
large arse doses a decoction of the leaves leavesor leavesseeds
or seeds Is poisonous in Inmnall small doses dosesmedicinal dosesmedicinal dosesmedicinal
medicinal medicinalThrej medicinalThree
I Three spices 5plc of 0 the ThornApple Dho irApple are arefound areCound arefound
found throughout our northern range rangeThey rangeThey rangeThey
They differ in < color of stem anl an vary varysomewhat varysomewhat varysomewhat
somewhat in leaf form but the blos blossoms blossoms blossoms ¬
soms are similar varying from white whiteto
to lavender lavenderAlthough lavenderAlthoug lavenderAltliough
Although h our ou I ThornApple lives on ongarbage ongarbage
garbage heaps and in nogleccsd places placesits placesIts placesits
its cousin patura Datum cornucopia is ox1 ox1ceedlngly ox oxceClInsly oxc 1
ceedlngly c popular popular In J1or northern hJrn g < adjans adjansThis uJ J1IJ qe
This plait is ospodftfly mtereill intercsWsr mtrcfflJjcaUSQ < b6 b6cause because
cause its flowers develop twoqrthrcJ twoqrthrcJwelldefined two U1Ct111C U1Ct111CwcllrClned ur thrc thrcwelldefined
welldefined trumpets one within an
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jVERY VERY VE Y conceivable need in beddinfc bdd G in can be sup supplied supplied supPlied
plied by this store at the real minimum of ofcost ofcost 01i
i cost consistent with Tith good ood value It is is an integ integral rote intcraI rotetit
tit rat part of our Qurbusincssa business businessa a specialty we W takepride tak takpride take takepride
pride in in The completeness of the department can b bbetter be bebetfer bebetter
better realized by a few lc w moments study of ourshowpwindow our north northshowwindow northJ5h
showwindow 5h where we have avo on display an assortment assortmentvaried assortmentVatted S5ortm6ntvaried
varied enough to suif 5ui s u it anyneed acs ne neI ed and priced to fit any purse purseSole pureeSoJe
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name Ostermoor is an imitation I The only genuine enuina are here hereDown hereDown hereDown j
Down Comforts Quilts Hair and Cotton Mattresses Mattressesalso Mattressesalso Mattressesalso
also those of Excelsior ExceIs or and nd Wool Veolpriccs prices pricesHanging g gtan
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Hanging tan in n from 50 grading radio down as low as asPillows asPillows I IPilIo
PilIo Pillows s feather f6 thor and fld d down w n 750 down downto downtoPer
toPer to per pair pairBlankets it Ii e J 1 i iBlankets I Ifor 2 5
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other like a nest of Chinese baskets basketsThis basketsXhis basketsThis
This plant was discovered a few years yearsago yiarsago yearsago
ago In South America by an orchid col collector colleftor colleetor ¬
lector and was soon widely dissemin disseminated dlslemlnntetl disseminated ¬
ated It appears with white cream or orlavender orlavender I I1a
lavender 1a vcnqel flowers and blooms from July Julyto Julyto I
to October OctoberIt I
It is evident that the peculiar qual qualities quallU qualities ¬
ities lU s of Datura stramonium were known knownin
in very ancient times A curious story storyis 1 1is
is told that it was the seeds of stramon stramonium stramonium stramonium ¬
ium which the Pythia of Delphi ate in inorder inorder inorder
order to bring about the condition in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which she could impart the wiJI of ofApollo ofApollo ofApollo
Apollo Both seeds and leaves contain containa I Ia
a very active poisonous principle un unalkaloid unulkaloid antalkaloid
alkaloid identical in composition with withthe withthe withthe
the active principle of bealladonna bealladonnathough < l lthough j jthough
though in action considerably stronger strongerThe strongerThe strongerThe
The physiological effect of stramoniumvaries stramonium stramoniumvaries stramoniumyarios
varies with the animal to which it is isgiven Isglvon isgiven
given Several kinds of caterpillars caterpillarsfeed i ifeed
feed upon the leaves without injury injuryfind Injttryand injuryend
find goats browse upon it Large doses dosesgiven tIosesgiven dosesgiven
given to horses have produced drowsi drowsiness drow drowsiness i ineaR ¬
ness and even death On man stramon stramonium stramonlulU stramonium ¬
ium and bealladonna produce Identical Identicalresults Identicalresults
I Iresults
results In a Universal Formulary Formularypublished Formularypublished I IpubUshd
published in Philadelphia in 1859 no less lessthan lessthan lessthan
than fourteen different formulae arc arcgiven at atshcn aregiven
given for the use of stramonium as a amodlcine nmeUclnu amdleine
modlcine mdleineDatum modlcineDatura meUclnuDatula
Datum stramonium belongs to the theSolanacen th thSolanacoo theSolanacea
Solanacen sometimes mmetfmescuJJed called th the deadly deadlynightshade deadlynightshude deadlynightshade
nightshade family otherwi > known as nathe astile asthe
the potato family famn It contains about
1600 species and is most abundant in intropical Intropical intropical
tropical regions Bike the Roman god godJanus gotIJanul3 godJanus
Janus It is doublefaced in one on > group groupit I IIt
it is benficient bcn ftejent In another deadly The Thepotato Thepotato lhepolato
potato tomato and pepper represent the theone theone I Ione
one tobacco deadly nightshade and anddhenbane andhenbane I IIenbanc
henbane represent the other Our well wellknown wellknown ve l ll
known l own petunia belongs to the family familyNeed famU famUNeeq familyr
r essa essaNeed
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