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I 4 Toms s an and Fannys Visit Visit to tC Oklahoma Oklahomaor a oma 1 1or
or With the Squaw and Three Papooses PapoosesBY
One morning soon after vacation set In tnTom InTom InTom
Tom and Fanny were called into their theirmammas theirmammas theirmammas
mammas room to bear the plans for a amidsummer amldummer amldmmmer
midsummer outing And when they theybeard theyheard theyheard
heard what hat these plans were they both bothjamped bothJamped bothTamped
jamped up and down and clapped their theirbands theirbmds theirbands
bands for joy joyTheir joyThelr toye
e Their papa bad decided to get away awayfrojB awayf awaySrgm
frojB f burfsesa 1t8M ee for a month and would wouldspend wouldliftcad wouldmead
spend the time with his family This ar arxtthgemoBt arr arrangement
xtthgemoBt r ngemeBt Insured a t spleudld time timeEver time timeEver timeBver
Ever since Tom and Fannynnd Funny had come comeJato compInto comeInto
Into the world they bad spent their lives livesla UvesI
la I the great city during 10 months of the theyear theyear thuyear
year the remaining two months during daringthe duringthe duringthe
the heated term of summer being spent spentin
in some fashionable suburban resort or at atthe atthe atthe
the seaside Thus the children knew knewnothing knewnOthIng knewnothing
nothing of the real country cunntrytbe the rural rurallife rurallite
1 life of the farm farmMy farmMy farmMy
My idea is this said Papa to Mamma Mammaoiy Mammaon mJ
oiy 01 evening as they sat discussing their theirplans tbllrplans theirplans
plans for the vacation vacation Tom and Fanny Fann FannknOw Fanuknow
know nothing of the country pure and andsimple andsimple an ansimple
simple and you know nothing of the theWest theWest theWest
West Suppose we try rusticating on onthe onthE onthe
the prairies for a t month at least Im Imsure rmsure Imsure
sure you will all enjoy It Fifteen yearsago years yearsago yearsago
ago I IOU spent the most delightful summer summerof
of my Ute on the plains of Kansas andi and andthe andthe
i the Indian Territory TerritoryI
j I can vouch for the truth of your laststatement last lastrtatement lastmtemen1
statement laughed Mamma for youve youvetalked youvetalked rouvetalted
talked of It ever since I came to know knowrouM knowTau
rouM rouMwhich Tau 1 which to be exact is 14 years this thisSo thIslalL thisit
lalL lalLSo So It is 14 years exclaimed Papa PapaAnd PapaAnd
And weve been married 13 years this thisfall thistall this thisfall
fall if I remember rightly Well e11 well
offer the hospitality of his home what whatever whatever ¬ I Iever
ever sort It may be Now It may not oe oeconvenient tic ticconvenient t tconvenient
convenient for him to take us in still be becannot becannot decannot
cannot refuse your request to be allowed allowedto
to camp on his ranch which of course Is tsa Isn Isa
a polite way of saying Open your doors doorsto doorsto doorstons
to tons ns
Dont you fear about RIch Walker Walkerfeeling Walkertee1ng Walkerfeeling
feeling under any obligations to do any anything anything ¬ I II
thing not to his taste and convenience convenienceI
I I lies a true eon of the prairies and is asipen as asopen as as111en
open as the air be breathes If he doe doenot does doesnot
1 not FCC tee his way to entertaining us usor usorI usorallowing or orallowing
I allowing us to entertain ourselves on his hisland hisInlldbeU blslandhell
InlldbeU land hell be quick enough to say so and andnt anlln andnt
nt n t my expense tooOn too tooOn tooOn
On the second s nd day after papa sent the therecorded tbetcCOrded there
recorded re orded telegram an answer to It was washanded washanded washanded
handed him just as the family sat down downto
to breakfast bre lfa8t Papa read it aloud aloudStill alondStili aloudStl11
Still holding h01l11 down section land Squaw Squawand Squawand Squawand
and three papooses dwell In my teepee teepeeCome tee teeCome teepeeCome
Come and stay ttn as long as grub rub holds out outPlenty outPlenty outPlenty
Plenty room for your your wigwam wigwam Wire Wirewhen Wirewhen Wirewhen
when you start R W WGoodie WGoodle WGoodlel
Goodie cried Tom hardly able to re restrain restrain restrain ¬
strain himself from tromglvl giving g vent to a series seriesof serleot
of clad yells yellsOh rellsOb
yellsny yellsnyher Oh Im so tlckledl tl kledlucllllmtffFariDy kledlucllllmtffFariDyber wxclnlmed Fanny Fannyher
her appetite for breakfast disappearing disappearingshe
she was for torstArtlnJ starting right off that minute minuteJust minuteJust minuteJust
Just like old Rich mCDl declared Mr MrBrown MrBrow MrBrown
Brown His heart 1s In In n the right spot spotWhen lPOtI spotWhen
When When hen can yon be ready mamma mamma1In mamma mammaIn 7 7In
In two days dnysanswered answered Mrs MI Brown Brownher Brownber Brownher
I her face aglow with wlthitntlclpat1on anticipation She Sheseemed Sbeeemed Sheseemed
seemed as nl4lnger eager to to1start start a all the children childrenSar cblldrenS childrenSar
Sar S papa said sa Tom reading over overthe oerthe occrthe
the telegram what does Mr Walker Walker
III Fanny helped to c zsr r the biggest pig piaI 1 the pen
how time does fly And Tom Is 11 years yearsold yearnoldhigh I Ioldhigh
old oldhigh high time the little man was having basing have haveIng ¬
ing a taste of the rural life with a dash dashof dashot dashof
of the wild West in It ItSo ItSo ItSo
So the Western trip was talked over overfrom overtrom overfrom
from every point of view and decided decidedupon decidedpon decidedupon
upon pon If 1 Papa could locate an old friend friendwho friendwbo friendwho
who lived In the West The last time timePapa timePapa timePapa
Papa bad heard from him he had located locatedon
on a farm In the Strip But that hadbeen had badbeen hadbeen
been long long ago in fact before Papa Papaand Papaand Papaand
and Mamma were married As Papa Papanever Papaneer Papanever
never delayed in matters of any kind kindpleasure kindpleasure kindpleasure
pleasure being beln considered just as im important 1mport1Ilt important ¬
portant as business from the standpoint standpointof
of promptness he decided letters were weretoo weretoo weretoo
too slow in carrying questions and re returning returnln returntn ¬
turning answers answer8L so he put the telegraph telegraphwires telegraphwires telegraphwires
wires to o work He he knew that if he could couldfind couldfind couldfind
find his old friend there would be a cor cordial cordial cordial ¬
dial Invitation to come and bring the thecrowd thecrowd theThissl
crowd crowdThis
crowdThis This Is the message that went flying on onIts onIt onSts
Its It lightning wings wingsR
R R Walker B RIJIe vllle OklaWish Okla OklaWish OklnWish
Wish to come West for month Are Areyon Areou Areyou
yon ou settled so we can camp on your yourranch yourranch yourranch
ranch Have wife and two kids Allpeaceful All Allpeaceful Allpeaceful
peaceful cltlacns Answer suddenly stlllde suddenlyB Iy
When en Mamma read over the message messagethat messagethat messagethat
that Papa had prepared to send she smiled smileda
a bit dubiously Im afraid dear thatyou that thatyon thatyou
you have put the matter in such a way wayyour wayyour wayyour
your friend frienhus has no alternative but must mustTHE mustTIlE mastTHE
g Were very clad were ere not lllee likefont llleeVVere UkeJ
J font
R VVere rourre ere re glad were each a small smallZnln lJIDallZulu smallZulu
Zulu Znlnfor ZuluPar ZuluFor
for in the morning mo miner with the sun smnWe sunWe aD aDWe
We jump right up and out we run runAMI runAIl runAll
AIl dressed as a nice as nice can e fl beIn be yeIn
In these tine iIDer comfotable comfotableou shirts shirts70u hlrtsyon
yon ou ouThCT see seeThey seeThey
They fit AtIUl t um ssag xi and dost doa doaout tio > atRS 6a 6aout
4 out onttTheyre outTheT outTheyre
Theyre TheT none one too oo nice niceobont nicebout o et etabout
bout obontIn aboutIn boutIn
In rain ra1nand and winds frlndOnr 1aau7tftlrOiep 1aau7tftlrOiepOur
Our clothes dont give Siveaaaaz Siveaaaazbother tas tasbother B Z Zbother
bother botherIf
If to a plcnlo Tre would w uld go go1V IrOtWe goWe
1V We start right oft and go 1utso1 1utso1Were J J1Dt rt oj ojVe OJWere
Were Ve > re dressed the same all through thrOHSlftthe
the nlpht nlphtAs nlphtAs
As were dressed In broad Aay Aayllcht T Tlight 7 7IlJht
light llchtWhen IlJhtWhen
J When We grow biff our O douie 4lotltesy douieKTOW dotlleaJrOwtoo
y KTOW JrOwtoo JrOwtooAd trO too tooAnd t00And
And so 0 our clothe are always alwaysnew alwa alwaueW
new H D W
mean by ayng a squaw and pn papooses ooses liveIn live liveIn JiveIn
In his teepeei teep teepee 1 Docs he board boar with In Indians Indillns Indians ¬
diansPapa dians diansPapa T TPapll
Papa laughed till his sides shook then thenbe thenbe thenhe
be explained that Mr Walker meant he hehad behad hehad
had a wife and three children It was washis wasbls washis
his Western way of expressing himself himselfThe himselfTbe himselfThe
The teepee meant his house houseDid houseDld houseDld
Dld he h marry with an Indian asked askedwondering askedwondering askedwondering
wondering eightyearold Fanny FauuyNo
No I guess not answered papastiu papa papaStill papLStllI
Still Its bard to tell just what Rich RichWalker RichWalker RichWalker
Walker would do If he admired an In Indian InI Indlan ¬
I dian woman womanand and shed have to be a amighty amight amighty
mighty worthy woman If be did dldhel1 hed not nothesitate notI nothesitate
I hesitate to make her his wife But I Ihardly Ibardly Ihardly
hardly think thloweli well find his wife aud chil eblldren children cblldren ¬
dren wearing blankets and feathers feathersThen featbersTIlen feathersThen
Then came the happy bappyhurry hurry of packing packingIn pactlnsIn his hiswife
In vain Mr Brown tried to Induce his biswife hiswife
wife to take only their worst old clothes clothesThis clotlusThis clothesThis
This Is to be a real outing outinga a roughing roughingtrip rougblngtrip roughingtrip
trip he declared declaredBut declareduBut declaredBut
But dear we do not want to present preseutourselves presentourselves presentourseles
ourselves before your friend In the garb
of tramps His wife must be considered consideredtoo
too for she may know kno something of thecivilized thecivilized the thecivilized
civilized world worldeen even though she does oes not notlive notJIe notlive
live In It pleaded Mrs BrownTes Brown Brownres BroDYes
Yes I think it will be nice to show showthe sbo sbothe showthe
the Ipdlans l i11D8 how white people dress said saidFanny 8aldJonny saidFanny
Fanny Please dont forget Cor et my pink pinksa pinksKh
sa sKh < h and white Whltr slippers mamma mammaSay munmaUSay mammaSay
Say Papa broke In Tom do all allthe allthe allthe
the people in Oklahoma carry knives and andrevolvers andrevolvers ondreolersi
revolvers revolvers And Is there any danger of ofthe oCtbe ofthe
the Indians scalping t alplnl ns nsWell usWell asWell
Well and Papa gave uve a sly wink at atMama atMama atMama
Mama If that does happen haCPen it wlir save saveyon steyou saveyou
you and me m a barbers s bill bill tII your mother motherthe mothertbe motherthe
the trouble of using the curling tongs tongsand tougQnnd tongsand
and Fanny can an come to breakfast brenttnstlntbe brenttnstlntbemorning In themorning the themorning
morning without wltbo t having to bother about aboutcomb aboutCOmb aboutcomb
comb and brush brushAv brusbA
Av A last the hour came for starting The Theshutters Tbehutters Theshutters
shutters were closed windows Locked Lockedand locked lockedand lockedlDd
and doors bolted The baggage was w l sent sentto sentto sentto
to the station and the four Browns In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the happiest spirits soon followed 1t 1tThere It ItThere ItThere
There Papa procured > d the railroad ticket ticketthey tlcUetthey ticketthey
they all got on the train and away they theyflew tbeyflew theyflew
flew toward the setting setthusun setthusunAnd sun sunAnd sunAnd
And such a trip Would the children childrenever
ever forget It Through states and andbtates andttates anddstates
states across rivers and rivers past pasttowns pasttowns pasttowns
towns villages and cities over plains plainsmid plainsIIlld plainsand
mid plains till at last they awoke In their theirberths theirbertlls theirberths
berths one morning to find themselves themselvespulling themselvespulling themselvespulling
pulling Into Guthrie > Oklahoma OklahomaIn
In this town they stopped to restawhile rest restawhile restnwhtJl
awhile deciding < to take a later train to tocarry tocarry tocarry
carry them to Byule B BUle1 vllle some 2 25 a milesfurther miles milesfurther milesfurtber
further on They went to a hotel for forbreakfast fori forbreakfast
i breakfast and to Toms and Fannys Fannyssurprise Fannysi Fannyssurprise
i surprise they bad a diningroom tables tablesdishes tnblesdlsbeR tablesdishes
dishes waitresses etc just the same as asIn asIn asin
In the East And they bad fondly hoped hopedfully hopedi hopedfully
i fully expected too tooto to see a town of oftents atI oftents
tents and wigwams campfires burning burningand burulnglnd burningand
I and Indians in blankets and cowboys In Inbuckskins Inbuksklns inbuckskins
buckskins all about them themSo themSo themSo
So all they had read of this part of the theworld theworlll theworld
world was not true then Horrible dhtcovcryl dis discovery dllcoveryl ¬
covery coveryl Fanny felt feltUke like crying of dls dlsappointment dlsappoIntment disappointment
appointment and Tom lost his temper tempercompletely tempercompletely tempercompletely
completely Why come away here to seejust see seejust seejust
just plain everyday people It was wasabscrd wasabsurd a anbs1nL
absurd When the breakfast was got gotthrough gotthrough gotthrough
through and Papa Fap suggested that they go gofor gofor gofor
for a little walk walk through the town Tom Tomsaid Tomsaid Tomsaid
said petulantly I dont care to t see any anymore anymore anymore
more of this sort of place I want In Indians Indlans Indians ¬
dians cowboys buffalo butralo11ghta fights and andnnd andnndsomethln andendsomething and andsomething
something desperate This Isnt any anyton anytnn anyfns
ton tonAll All right sonny answered Papa Papaquietly PapaqoletJI Papaquietly
quietly 1C you dont want any more moreof moreof moreof
of It Ill put you on outhe the train and send sendyon sendOu sendyou
yon Ou right back b ck to your grandmother You Youmay Youmay Tonmay
may go down to Long Beach with her herfor hertor herfor
for the t1 e couth 1DO tb stay dressed dressed up go aboutthe about aboutthe aboutthe
the fashionable fashlonableDrom fashlonableDromOh prom promOh
Oh no no Papal PapslexeIalmed exclaimed Tom In Interrupting Interrup interra ¬
terrupting terrup terra tiug hl hit father This 1s Isnt as badas bad badas badas
as that th that t would be 1 e Besides awe l1ereone l1ereonegets one onegets onegets
gets lots of diJt c1 t aad udwtnd wind more more1Ieat heat I 1ile Iguess Iguess
guess too andthepnor andUte PfIIJPle ile arent lIOthIck lIOthIcknor TO snail thick thicknor k ka krush
nor ao much d Po nor ta such a arush
rush gill the time she on onij tuffs
v n o ee ee eey
tJur y y Wefl WeflTuTHE d dtJur
TN s
I 4 t C01lPle Couplet of nn OldTime Nursery Rhyme In l Characters I
Bnt Tom did not note Bay r any more He Hethought Hethougbt Hethought
thought it better to await developments developmentsHe dev lopments lopmentsHe
He only sighed In hIs disappointment and andtried andtrIed andtried
tried to be resigned resignedWhen z resignedWhen slgQedWhentbe
When Whentbe the time arrived arrfvedtbe the Browns Brownswere Brownswere Brownswere
were on the train headed for B Bvl1lp Bvl1lpIn vlllc vlllcIn
In an hour from starting they tbeyrolle4 rolled Into Intothe Intothe intothe
the little prairie town with Its hand bandful handful banllCui ¬
ful of tiny frame houses and weed weedgrown weedgrownstreets weedgrownstreets grown grownstreets
streets streetsThis streetsTbls streetsThis
This isnt so bad badcHed cued Tom when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he looked lookedtrom from the wl window 1dow Its getting gettingwilder gettingwilder I Iwilder
wilder wilderAs
As soon as the train slowed down downPalJ downPalJsprang Papa Papasprang Papasprang
sprang from the car steps to the IIttlplatform little littleplatform littleplatformm
platform of the tiny station A great greatbroadshouldered grenbroadshouldered greatbroad
broadshouldered broad shouldered sunburned man grabbed grabbedhis
his hands Pepper me with buckshotIf buCksbot
If you aint aln t Brownny he laughed In a amost 11most amost
most pleasl pleasing g and cordial manner Theu Theuhe Theul1e Thenbe
he shook shook Papas hands as If he would wouldloosen wouldloosen wouldloosen
loosen them from from the wrists wrlstswblle while Papa PapaIn
In turn beamed a happy smile and re returned ret retdrned ¬
turned t rtied the tbellalutAtIon tbellalutAtIonAnd salutation salutationAnd
And hang me If you arent old Rich RtchlBut RiehlBut RichBut
But only for your voice and smile Id rdnever Idnever Idnever
never have bueknowD known you ou Why old man manyoure manyoure manyoure
youre twice the size you used to be beWorse beWors beWorse
Worse than thot exclaimed e Mr MrWalker MrWalker MrWalker
Walker grinning I used to towelgb weigh about
10 pounds but that was the week I first firstcame fi11ltcame firstcame
came to live on oneorthU oneorthUTben earth11 earth11Then earth earthThen
Then followed the introduction to MamaTom MamaTom Mama MamaTom
Tom and Fanny whose hands underwent underwentthe underw underwentthe nt ntthe
the same vigorous heavy shaking demo themonstratlve demonstrative demoonstraUe ¬
onstrative of a warm tarmrlcome tarmrlcomeUere welcome wricomeIsere welcomeHere
Here we are Mr Walker said lead leading lendIng leadtog ¬
ing the party to a big twoseated springwagon spring springwagon sprlugwlgon
wagon And over there is the farm farmwagon farmwagon farmwagon
wagon In n which well V II carry your ourbond ourbondboxes bandboxes band bandboxes ¬
boxes Here calling to the farm farmjujnd farmjujndwho JlJ1ndwho sand sandwho
who had charge of the t lastnamed vehicle vehicletake vehicletake vehicletake
take this gentlemans baggage checks checksand cheeksdnd checkefind
and get his baggage as soon as you can canWell ennWell canWell
Well go on onIn onIn onIn
In another minute Tom was on the thefront tbetront thefront
front seAt between Mr Walker and PapaMama Papa rapnMnma PapaMama
Mama and Hnnny Pnnnyere were comfortable In iuTHEFROGGY InTHE InTHE
A brisk little froggy one day
Went forth In the thl weeds for to play playA pIa pIaA
A ralncloud oer bead bendThundered beadThundered beoThundercd
Thundered loudly Joudl JoudlAud
And said saidIm saidIm saidIm
Im going to pour rain right away awayA
A very terynlce nice toadstool grew nigh nighTo nlgbTo nighTo
To Its shelter the froggy froggydldblc froggydldblcYou didhie didhieYou dldbleTou
You see Im a feller i tWith iWith lWith
With a new newUmbreller newUmbreller newUmbreller
Umbreller UmbrellerSo
So I dont mlnd Ind your rain ralnIet let er fly
the back seat e t the lines were loosened loosenedMr
Mr Walker gave the wont to the horses horsesand horseinnd horsesand
and off they tbe trotted over the finest fluostsmoothest rtue finestsmoothest t tsmoothest
smoothest hardest road Tom bad bndpvlr bndpvlrseen ever everseen everseen
seen seenAnd
And bows s this young captain askedMr asked askedMr aslpdr
Mr r Walker pulling Toms ear gently gentlyand gentlyand entlytnd
and smiling In his face Tired Tlredeb1 Tlredeb1Nope eh ehNope I INope
Nope not a bit of It It declared Tom TomBut TomBut TomBut
But Im awfully hungry Hope dinnersabout dinners dinnersabout dlnncrsabout
about ready read when we e get et there thereWhy there thereWhy thereWhy
Why lommy aid said Mania touching touchingToms toucblngTom touchingToms
Toms s shoulder and speaking In a re reproachful reproacbCul reproachfui ¬
proachful voice What do yon mean by byspeaking byspeaking byspeaking
speaking in such a way Mr Ir Walker Walkerwill Walkerwill Walkerwill
will think you loft your good mannersat mannersathome mannersotbome manners at athome
home If f he thinks yot yoq ever bad any
I cannot permit you to behave so rudelyWell rudely rudelyWell rUdelya rUdelyaVeil
Well vociferated Tom In selfdefense selt deteaso deteasoI o
001 1 am m not supposed to act the same hen henas heras hersas >
as at home Papa says Western people peoplesay
dont mak makany makfany makta maktaany
i say Just what they think and
any pretense I want to do as they tbe do doTom doTom doTom
Tom did not speak with a flatterer flatterertongue flnt flattererstongue ere eretongue
tongue He expressed himself quite Ilulteas as he hefelt hoCeltIn tiefeltin
felt CeltIn In a truthful way but what he hesaid btsaid besaid
said was considered very complimentary complimentaryto c
to the Westerners by Mr Walker He Hesmiled liesmiled Hesmiled
smiled his approval and a Jd patting Tomb Towsshoulder Tombshoulder TomlIIhoulder
shoulder said Youre a brick Pv Pvgot lvgot 1vq 1vqgot
got your partner at home a fine fellow fellowof telloat
of a papoose that can bust a broucbo as aseasy USensy a6 a6easy
easy ns ris he can sit In a chair chairThis chairTbls chairThis
This set Tom to thinking tblnklnBe He wonderei wondereiwhat wot wondered wonderedwhat dere derewbat
what the young papoose was like whether whetherhe wbetb J Jhe
he would upon seeing Tom leap upon uponhim oponhim uponhim
him to try tr his strength It so Tom T m would wouldshow woultlsbow wouldshow
show himself capable He had not gone goneto goneto goneto
to the Gym for naught He had t ad a 11muscle amuscle amuscle
muscle hard as s flint and a fist stat at the theend theenll theend
end of it Then he wondered what It Itmeant Itmennt itmeant
meant to bust a broncho bronchoAnd bronchoAnd bronchoAnd
And Ive a little maiden named Watha Wathawholl Watbowboll Wathawholl
wholl be a match for the little Indy ladythere Indytbere Indythere
there too and Mr Walker jerked hi hithumb hittb his histhumb
thumb tb mb In the direction of Fanny Shes Shesas
as bright as a sunflower sunflowerThen sunfiowrThen sunflowerThen
Then Fanny set to wondering about aboutthe abonttbe aboutthe
the little maiden Watha and whether or ornot ornot ornot
not she had ever heard of a doll Fanny Fannysupposed Fannysupposed Fannysupposed
supposed since she had been raised r1l d in inthis Inthll Inthlq
this wild country where perhaps the thepeople tbepeople thepeople
people did not even have b 1ve clothes that qdoll q qdoll Itdoll
doll had never been seep or heard of ofShe atShe ofShe
She was glad she hud brought along alongseveral alongseernl alongseveral
several of her prettiest dollies Shemight She Shemight Shemight
might give one to the papoose papooseWatba papooseWatbaAs Watha WathaAs
As they rolled along papa and am Mr MrBrown MrBrown MrBrowl
Brown talked over overlbe the old days and the thedays thedays thedays
days to come In the thenenrb nearby future Pres Presently Presently Presetitiy ¬
ently they thyralsc raised a a long low hill and andbeyond nndblyond andbeyond
beyond It lay the home of the Walkers WolkeraThere WalkelooThere WalkersThere
There we aresald are said Mr rr Walker Walkerpolnt WalkerpolntIng point pointing pointlag ¬
ing toward tow rd a pretty twostory white farm farmbouse fnrmhouse farmhouse
house that stood surrounded by fertile fertilewcllilllcd tertllewellt1l1ed fertilewelltilled
wcllilllcd fields About the house grew grewcultivated gtewcultltntcd grewcultivated
cultivated shade trees an orchard in the therear tberear therear
rear and at the side a tall wlndrall wlndrallspread wlndmlilsprPlHl wlndmllispread
spread Its fanning arms to the breeze breezeWhy bree2leWhy breezeWhy
Why Rich yojjpllve y lo1hc like IIkeIlord tlord B lord dont dontypu dontYJu1 dontyou
you YJu1 And think t the people p opl generally generallytalk
talk of this land as a barren desert It ItIs ItIs Itis
Is a garden spot said papa papaIts pnpnIts papaIts
Its just whatever a feller wants tomake to tomake i imoke
make of t It explained Mr Walker WalkerDown WalkerDown i iDown
Down yonder yondlrp yonderpointing pointing lnt1ng to a long line lineof lineot lineof
of distant blue ools Is the big river wherewell where wherewell wberewe1
well all go 0 camping cu Jllng Some InterestingOld Interesting Interestingold
old Indian mounds mo nd and nndgrnTes grates are nre therefor there therefor thereor
for or the children to 0 Investigate InvestigateOh
ooOh Oh thats more like It exclaimed exclaimedTom exClaimedTom
Tom all excitement ex e > I hope well go gotomorrow gotomorrow gotomorrow
tomorrow No useto use to put ut It Itorr off At first firstI
I got awful mndashen mnd when r found out this thiscountry tblscountry thiscountry
country was not inhabited d by wild In Indlans Indlnns Indlans
dlans and fighting cowboysj cowooysb but Jt I I guess guesswell guesswell
well find some fun after all If theres theresIndian tberesIIIIlIanmol1n theresIndian
Indian IIIIlIanmol1n mounds 8 and graves Jrnv > s to look and to toget t tgetrellrs toget
get getrellrs relics from Wish I might find the themummy themummy themummy
mummy of a chief chiefOf cbleOt chiefOf
Of course everybody laughed at atpo poop pearToms poopToms r rToms
Toms expense but he did not mind He Hewns Rewns Hewas
wns too full of great expectations and andlooked nndlo andlooked
looked lo ked toward the line of distant dlstantbltl dlstantbltllongingly blue bluelongingly bluelongingly
longingly longinglyIn 3 3In 5In
In another Instant Imlt ijt they tb y drew up to thedoor the thedoor thedoor
door of the Walker house h u8e Immediately Immediatelya
a pretty darkhnlred > fl woman came out outto outto outto
to greet them Following her were three Vhreichildren tbreprhlhlren threerhlldren
children on whom Tom looked with wlt sur surprise surprIse stirprlse ¬
prise and displeasure They were nottapoosts not notpapooses notJ1apoos
papooses at all He hnd been deetiredThey deceived deceivedThey IleclletlTblY
They were ordinary ordln1 ry white children well welldressed welldressed elJ elJdressel1
dressed with clean eiennpretty pretty faces Fanny Fannyhowever Fannyhowever Fannyhowever
however was delighted de Ighted The Wathamaid Watha Wathamnld Wathnmnlll
mnld was her own size and looked look up In InFannys InFunnys inFannys
Fannys face and smiled sweetly Of Ofcourse OtCOUrRl Ofcourse
course she know all about dolls and nice niceclothes nlllclothes niceclothes
clothes Fanny smiled back and made mmlfbold mnflpbold madebold
bold to kiss her fingers to Watha and andcall andcnll andcall
call out Im Fanny FannyHuh FannyHub FannyHuh
Huh whispered Tom to Fnnnv as asthey astl1e1 assthey
they alighted from the wagon wn on Thenlsnrt therpIsn Then tberpIsm
lsnrt Ism t a thing Indian about the whole wholeblame wholebin wholeblame
blame bin me place Weve We been fooled Then Thenhe ThEinhe Thenhe
he yawned nwned and shook hands with MrsWalker Mrs MrsValker IrqWnlker
Walker who kissed kls < ed everybody exceptpapa except exceptpajpn pxcpptpapn
papa Just like the ht > Eastern women w men did 1 ld
But after the first pangs of disappoint disappointment usnppolntmlnt ¬
ment were over Tom benn to become becomeInterested hcolOcInferestld becomeInterested
Interested In n his surroundings After alltits all alltuts nilt1IS
tits was very different dlrrt > rent to the things he hebad hehad hebad
bad been bet > n used to The men and boys all allwent allwent nilwent
went out to the big trough by the wind windmill wind0111I windmill ¬
mill to wash their faros and hands Then Thenthey Thentlwy Thenthey
they confhcd con cd by h a llttlr mirror on a back backporch bnetporcb hackparch
porch Tom om liked making this much of ofhis otbls ofhis
his toilet out of doors Be felt that thotJDucll thotJDucllIm1111 much muchIndian muchIndian
Indian Then ihnre was that strange strangewindmill strangewindmill tranKewludmlll
windmill to learn theworklnlIs the workings of Itpumped Itpumped It Itpumped
pumped water Into the house Into the thetroughs tbetrougbs thetroughs
troughs of the pIg pen Into the Irrlgnt IrrlgntIntr
Inv In ditches thnt ran through the garden gardenand garlIcaud gardenand
and orchard and It fed a little pond and be below htlow bolow ¬
low the hill wLerc Bert Mr Walkers Walkersbig Walkers Walkersbig
big bl boy and Toms own age and size slrettold slzeltold sizetold
told Tom they could take a plunge any anytime nrirtime anytime
time they tll cared to This pond was fdlf fdlfof fl fuirof lf lfot
of floating ducks thka t hlt was os a source sourceof
of constant wonder to both Tom and andFanny andFanny andFanny
Fanny And the thegnrden garden back of thebousel the thebouse tbebousel
bousel Hero Hi > ro Tom and Fanny Fannr went to towork toworlc towork
work with Waina and Bert one fine finemorning finemorning finemorning
morning pulling weeds from the vege vegetables veretahles vegetables ¬
tables Bert set his company to weed weedthe wtelltile weedthe
the onion bed while he and Watha took tookcharge tooKrhnrge tookcharge
charge of the beets and beans Pretty Prettysoon Prettyfoon prettysoon
soon Bert B rt came to SPC bow Tom and andFanny nOliJnnnv andFanny
Fanny were w > rc getting on and Vo his IIh IIhdisguised III IIIdisguised IIIdlsgu1sel1
disguised horror he found they had sue succeeded sueIedro siteceeded ¬
ceeded by quick work In pnlllng up nil allthe niltllp nilthe
the little onions and leaving the nice
weeds Oh be said dont you knowonions know knowonions knowonions
onions onionsYes onionsYes 1 1Yes
Yes of course cour I know onions anewered an answered answered ¬
swered Tom holding out a handful bandtulothem of ofthem ofthem
the thematter themntter thematter
onions Whats
them These are
matter with youWell you youWell youWeJlrou
Well WeJlrou you musnt mU ntpull pull em np ex explained explnlned explained ¬
plained Bert B Bert t Its the weeds you want wantto wantto
worked workedenough workedel workedenough
I reckon weve
to get rid of
time he said saidOhqrOo saidObqoo saidOh
enough el ou b though for this
what whathis whathis whathis
And Tom
Oh OhqrOo g o o
lookle looklehere looklehere lookiehere
his mistake mlst ke bad been Well
holes I 1pulled Ipulled Ipulled
all back in the
here Ill put p t em
pulled them out of Then weU pull theweeds the theweeds theed9
weeds > ed9 Instead I thought you were pull pnlllng pullIng pulllag ¬
lag up the stuff to eat eatIt eatIt eatIt
It took tooksometme some time for Bert to explain explainthat explaintbat explainthat
that since the roots had been torn fromthe from fromthe tromtbe
the soil they would wo ld never grow again againeven ogalnecn againeven
even though replanted replantedBut
But the th worst of all this was that thatFanny thatFanny thatFanny
It In Inspite Inspite Inspite
Fanny ran to the house and told
spite of the t loss of n nice bed of onionseverybody onions onionseverybody onionseveryhoo11augbed
to be bethe bethe bethe
everybody everyhoo11augbed laughed and Tom had
the butt of the Joke That same sllmeevenlng sllmeevenlng1om eveningTom evening eveningTom
Tom begged Bert to let him try his hand handat bandat handat
at milking It looked such a simple task taskto taskto
to see see Bert draw a aste1I1ydouble steady double white whitestream whitestream vbltestream
stream into the pall pnllwltb with its two bands bandsTom hnndsTom bandsTom
Tom was sure be could do as welL Bert Bertgave Bertgae Bertgave
gave him the stool and an Tom grabbed the thecows tbecows thecows
cows udder and gave a hard squeeze squeezeThe squeezeTbe squeezeThe
The cow moved uneasily and refused retusedthe retusedthemilk themilk the themilk
another squeeze and andtug andtug
milk Tom gave a
tug The Tbecow cow had never experienced experiencedsuch experie
such a milk hand and as she was not n nbest the thebest tbeblat
best tempered animal in the world Tom Tomfound Tomtound Tomfound
found himself suddenly floundering on onthe onthe onthe
the ground in the spilled milk He Hepicked Beplckpd Hepicked
picked himself up a sorry sight and ant al although althougb althoug ¬
though Bert sympathized greatly with his blselt hiscity hiscity
city elt friend in his dilemma be was obliged obligedto
to laugh at the figure the poor fellow fellowcut tellowcut fellowcut
cut as he went slowly towards the back backdoor backIoor backdoor
door of t the house hoping to get to his hisroom hisroom hisroom
room unseen But no such good luck at attended attended attended ¬
tended him Not only was he caught In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the plight but he was obliged to be the thesubject tbeslIbJect thecof
subject cof of further laughter Poor Tom TomHe TomHe TomHe
He was as fast cutting his country teeth teethBut teethllut teethBut
But before the first week was over overTom overTotO overTom
Tom had mastered many things be had at atfirst atfirst attfirst
first found so difficult He learned the thefarm tbefnrmtrolDend thefarm
farm fnrmtrolDend from end to cud Then Tb n came the theweek tbewt theweek
week wt > ek of cqmplng and hunting down on onBig onBig onBig
Big River And Iltl such sucba a week It was for forall forall
all the happy children as well as for the theparents tbeparents theparental
parents parentsWhen
When at last the month was up and the theBrowna theBrowntf theBrowns
Browns began their preparations to start startEast startEast startEast
East Tom sighed heavily and said Im Imhaving Imbavlns Imhaving
having the time of my life Wish it itwould Itwould itwould
would last forever Just thinkIvelearned think tblnkloJ tblnkloJrlnrofl Ive j jTeamed
Teamed to ride horseback horscb iek how boyto to make make4A makeA makeA
With lth nil mr m heart 1 wish wisht l wash washThere wlhThere wl H HThere
There wasnt any on any nn flnlij flnlijFor ftltiJFor fish fishFor
For then 1 would nnwlmmin go KOIn goIn goIn
In the nice cool depth below belovrOnt bel belowBat w wDut
Ont In the tll waves a whale I see seeAnd seeAnd leeAnd
And he 11 might ope and svrnller meJUt meJIM me meJIM
hay bOYtbow how to build acamp a camS Ore how to topitch topltcn topttch
pitch a tent andHow and andHow andHow
How to milk slyly said papa with a atwinkle atwinkle atwinkle
twinkle In his eye eyeAnd eyeAnd eyeAnd
And how to weed onions Sf too put in inMr inMr
Mr Walker with the same sort sortottwlnkle sortottwlnklelu of twinkleIn twinkle
lu his hiseye hiseyeYes eye eyeYes ceYes
Yes and how to ride a pig back backwards backwardS backwardI ¬
wards exclaimed Fanny unable any anylonger anylonger anylonger
longer to toketp keep a secret known only to toherself tohcrllllt tohersit
herself and Tom I om Then to Toms pre pretended pretemltq pretended ¬
tended displeasure but tn truth to hisamusement his hisamusement hisaml1sement
amusement for he had grown rown to enjoy a ajoke ajoke
joke at his own expense Fann Fanny de decrlbed decrlbed decrlbed
crlbed to the amused listeners how Tom Tomhad Tomhnd Tamhad
had confided to her his desire dl lre to ride a apig apig apig
pig saying that be had beard that If a
F s r fc
fellow could accomplish accompl sb f feat be hecould becould becould
So Soone Soone Soone
could with ease bust a broncho
one morning while all the household was wasasleepTorn wasasleep wasasleep
asleepTorn asleep Tom with Fanny In attendance attendancecrept attendnncecrept attendancecrEpt
crept In their nlgbtgowns to the big pig pigpen pigpen pigpen ¬
pen through the early dawn There Therewhile Therewhile Therewhile
while Fanny helped to corner the ih biggest biggestpig biggestpIg biggest biggestpig
pig in the pen Tom got astride its back backand ba bat batand k kand
and grabbed grobb d the tightlycurled tightly curled rled tnll for a abridle al1rldle abridle
bridle The next Instanthe Instant be found him himself himself himself ¬
self standing on his bead In the pigs pigsbathtub pigsbathtub pigsbathtub
bathtub which to be explicit was a aloblolly aloblolTy alob
loblolly lob Iolty of soft s tt mud Fanny helped to toextricate toei toextricate
extricate ei rlcate the t e poor fellow and they ran ranwith ranwitb ranwith
with all possible speed to the bathroom bathroomwhere bathroomwhere bathroomWhere
where Tom got In the tub and turned on onthe 00tbe onthe
at the thesame thesame thesame
the water over nightgown an an1 self
same time for or both needed a bath badly badlyAlthough badlyAlthougb badlyAlthough
Although Tom bad not asked Fanny to
keep the Incident a secret he felt the thewould itswould b bwould
would do so since she was a party to It ItBnt ItBut I IBut
But as everybody enjoyed Fannys an anmated aumated ant antmated
mated story sto so somQchthe much the langhter offal offalIaterrnpHng ofu3Interrnptlns ot > t tInterrupUng
Interrnptlns her herTom Tom was glad iL iLgive IhHgive rte rtegive
give him away as he afterward et ezpressed etpressed e epressed
pressed It ItThe ItTbe itThe
The next day the Browns took thleave th thleave tlleave
leave of their host and hostess h09t h09tWalkers hostessWalkers r rWalkers >
Walkers promising to visit them la their tVrcity tberdtY theircity
city home during the Christmas hollJa hOlld4Hit j jIt tIt
Hit It will be my turn then to lanb laagbTom ° s j jTom 1Tom
Tom winking at Bert YonU b H Hgreen ISgreen ygreen
green In my country as I r t in InIts y yIts J I1 I1Its
Its a long lane that has no taming tamingAll tsmID tsmIDAII tnraintAII
AII right laughed la hed Bert EertInd1t1n B BIndian < q qIndian
Indian 1 can fight my ways waysiIt way iIt throogb tbZ > 1a anr asyof anrof aD aDof
of your cities IU stand tLe t e racket racketO a aO
How to toGiv Give a Seeing Things Party Par I
A most Interesting and at attbe the same time timeamusing tIm tImamusing timeamusing
amusing party Is called nlledSeelng Seeing Things Thingsand Tblngsaud Thingsand
and Isgiven is given In this way After all thelittle the thelittle thelittle
little guests have arrived they are seated seatedon seated seatedon
on the lawn where wb seats have been placed placedabout placedabout placedabout
about three feet apart for them Then Theueach Theneach I Ie1ich
each guest la supplied with a scribble scribblepaper sulbblopaper scribblepaper
and told to towrite towrite towrite
paper pad po and lead pencil pen
write dowq whatever be h or she can see seewithout seewithout seewithout
without rising from the seat in a given givenspace givenIIpace givenspace
space of time Usually five ve or ten min minutes minutes winutes ¬
utes is the time named foe the SeeligThings Seeing SeeingThings SeeingTblngs
Things ThingsA
A master or mistress intBtres80t of ceremonies is isInstalled Is1lstAJled IsInstalled
Installed with watch in bond hl 11d and when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the five minutes are expired Pass in inpapers Inpapers Inpapers
papers is called and all pads signed by bythe bythe bythe
the writers writersare are banded over to the time timekeeper timekeeper timekeeper ¬
keeper who wboproceeds proceeds to read the notes notesafoud notesaroud notesaloud
aloud avoiding of course giving the thenamcH theoomcl thename
name of the writers Three Judges Judgesgrownups judgesgrown judgesgrownrpsl
grownups grown Dpsr 1lsteriattentivety listen attentively attentl ry to the read readIng readIn readlag
lag In and pass upon the merits of the papers papersand papersand papersand
and award the prizes to the two best one onefrom onefrom onefrom
from a literary standpoint stuZldp lnt and the other otherfrom othertram otherfrom
from Its humorous humorot1squaJlty quality The pads are arenumbered arennmbered arenumbered
numbered as they are read In this way waythe waytbe waythe
the judges make no mistakes and remainIgnorant remain remainIgnorant remainIgnorant
Ignorant of the tbepersons persons to whom they are areawarding areawardlng areawarding
awarding the prizes The prizes by the theway theway theway
way should consist of bouquets of flow flowers flowers flowers ¬
ers or tiny baskets of fruit but should
Cat these animals ant am theT appear a ptJ ar paste on heavy h nTT paper turnrapidly tarn tarnrapidly tarnrapidly
rapidly from right to left and see ee the keels BO o round A collec collection colletl Bollerthin ¬ I
went thin tl n of these auto animals Trill afford the youngsters oun ster threat amusewent amaze amazement amaaemcnt ¬ l
never be anything expensive expensiveTo
To give the little readers an Idea of the thething tbethings thethings
things that are to be seen and chronicled chronicledthe
the contents ot two memorandum papers paperswhich paperswhich paperswhich
which won prizes at a recent rec nt party of the thekind thekind thekind
kind are given here One of these was waswritten waswritten waswritten
written by a girl and the other by a boy boyIt
It Is not necessary to tell which belongs belongsto
to which as the sex of the writer of each eachpaper eachI1nper eachpaper
paper Is quite evident One ran as fol follows follows follows ¬
June 10th Ive been looking about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the yard and have seen three butterflies butterfliesone
one white and two yellow yellownnd and have also alsoseen alsoseen alsoseen
seen seven trees tre In these trees thou thousands thousands thousands ¬
sands ot o flies gnats and other winged In
At Blantyre Scotland on March 13
1813 was born David Livingstone His Hisfather HisCatber Hisfather
father was Nell Livingstone a factory factoryclerk factoryclerk factoryclerk
clerk His mother was Agnes Bunter Hnnterand Bunterand Hunterand
and belonged like his father to thepoor the thepoor thepoor
poor common folk folkThe tolkTbe folkThe
The Livingstone family being In sncn sncnfinancial 8tJc111nandnl snchfinancial
financial straits It was found tonndnecessnry tonndnecessnryto necessary necessaryto
to put the children to work workln la the cotton cottonmills cottonmills cottonmills
mills before they bad bndobtalned obtained the mea meagre meagre meagre ¬
gre education at the parish school It Itwas ItWQS Itwas
was at the tender age of 10 that David Davidwent Davidwent Davidwent
went to work as boyplecer In the themills them1l1s themills
mills But factory work did not ot claimall claim claimall claimall
all Davids time though It required his hisconstant hisconstnnt hisconstant
constant service from 6 oclock in the themorning themorning themorning
morning till 8 oclock in the evening
It was after dterthls this late boar hourthnt that David Davidunlike DnvldunUte Davidun11ke
unlike the other wornout little beings beingswho beingswbo beingswho
who left the factory to gb g to bed bedwent went
to tphls his humble home to study far Into
the night before seeking his pillow It
Is told of the boy that although be knew
his earnings were needed to assist In Inproviding IDprovldln Inproviding
providing food for the family and also
knowing that his parents looked to him
for this help he took big bl first weeks weekswngc weeksw weekswage
wage w ge and bought boulhthhnael himself a Latin grammar gram grammar grammar ¬
mar So much mu b did the young David
thirst for knowledge Perhaps his por ¬
tion of oatcake was cut down but he
did not feel the need of that as he did
the need of books booksLater booksLater booksLater
Later while w ll still working bard In the themills themills
mills he attended night school for two
hours each night The Tl1 following ex ¬
tract is given iron one < of bin biograph blo bloers g Dh DhAt ¬
ers ersAt At 10 0 oclock he h Trent ent home from
night school hot hO t however to rest but
to pope p over his books for another hour
or two twouDless unless indeed Indeedas as sometimes
happened his stadfe5 stnde were werenbrnptly abruptly cut
short by his mother C carrying off his can ¬
dle and leaving him to go o to o bed in the
dark darkAll darkAll darkAll
All these hardships hardhlpsthI8 this climbing over
obstacles that would have disheartened
many a strong 8tf ng spirit tplrltonly only showed the
keynote to the thegrand grand character cbllrncterot ot David
Livingstone the boy paving the way 117 for
the man who was to achieve so much mu h
While busy In the mill David wouU
keep a book open before tore him o on the
spinningframe apinning frame that he 11 might Ig t read a a
line now and then as he found time to
lift his eyes from from hU work In lnthlll this war
be learned many lessons less ns that otherwise
must have remained unknown to him
Thus he persevered with the fixed ed deter ¬
mination to fl flt himself for a a worse In
college This aim was reached re b but not
till he waw3 was 3 years old odAt At that age be
bad managed manag d to lay lainsldeeoopgb aside eoongb of bls
small BmaUearnlUg earning l and mdJlncl had possessed him ¬
self with the iiece necessary ty book knowledge
to llenteb ester as i a student atudurthe the Andersonlan I
College age at attends Glasgow 0l ago Ilerefortwp Here retor for rwo tees ses ¬
lions he attended a ttenc1edthe the thedasaes clasae claslilft1n in medicine
Greek and theology th loU Bat to profit by byfi b i
5 i J tf i V m 2
sects are swarming A big b bfe e the au lust jnnhummed lustbummed In Inbummed
bummed past my ear and frigbteaed frtgllte ed m mThen mThen mThen
Then It flew to a rosebush la tfc tta yarl yarland 7u 7uand herland
and Is sucking sucJ Jng honey I can K see II atrn atrnof 1tr4at ttrnof
of little ants busy building a atilt hUt oixltt 1IDdf 1IDdfthe osdetthe oixlttthe
the corner of the high porch la fee bark barkyard barkyard pertyard
yard a white kitten just ran along alou tbi tbitop tll tlltop tttop
top of the fence and Jumped down IB IaneIghbors t0 t0neighbors tfit tfitneighbors
neighbors yard In the back yard I can canalso caaalso aUIalso
also see a bed of beautiful b oWfashlonl oWfashlonlflowers oid fasttos 1 1tlDwers iflowers
flowers A great number of bees are bor hovering borerlng 1101erlng
erlng over them A little girl Just pa paby pawd pawdby 4 4by
by on the pavement She bad beaatlfil beaatlfilgolden beauCf1Igolden beantygolden
golden curls tied with a blje ribbon ribbonHer ribbolLHer ribbonHer
Her dress was white alllacetrtmxei alllacetrtmxeiTwo
Two heavilyloaded drays just paaa passed d la lathe IIIthe isthe
the street with colored drivers Aa a alady oT oTlAdy olady
lady is pausing on the opposite side ot otthe otthe ofthe
the street as if 1 afraid to cross alone Sh Qhseems Shseems Sa Saseems
seems to be lame She looks this way wayand WI1and wayand
and smiles to see so many children chlldreDll1 chlldreDll1bUSTwlthpencU childrenii childreniibusy all allbusy
busy bUSTwlthpencU with pencil and paper Time U Ucalled IIcaJled1IO 4called
called caJled1IO so I cannot see any more moreThe moreThe moreThe
The other paper read thus thusJune thuslUD thusJune
June lUD I forget what day I Jart JartJohnny 11stlohnny net ea eaJohnny
Johnny Burten borrow a knife from funk FrsakScott irlotScott funkScott
Scott to sharpen his pencil I also aJaoUutt u uthat saw sawthat
that hIs pencil was already sharp eaoogi eaoogiI enoeaII enoe k kI
I saw why be borrowed Franks knlfev knlfevtoo kalfitoo hlt hlttoo
too It t was done so he could peep ovens ovensFranks over n nFranks 3 3Frants
Franks paper and see what he bad wf wften wrten wtten
ten I saw Frank cover his paper P ler w1 w i
his left band Then I saw Sissy Saodfrs Saodfrspunch i ipunch 1 1punch
punch Kitty Martins ribs with her elbr elbrto elbc elbcto eIbcto +
to get her to look In the back yard tt eta etawhite i iwhite Iwhite
white kitten I saw Tom Jones whlTt whlTtto wb1r wb1rto rr rrto
to Helena May and I saw Helena m ma mJe mJea s sa
a face at him I saw Johnny Barten BartenIt r rIt rx rxIt
It too I and Johnny laughed at ea eaotber eaother S Sother
other I saw SA tv Tom dig a hole In Inground t I Iround tground
ground by his chair with his shoe be latEsaw bNL bNLI U UI
round I I saw the hole too I saw just now f fcaterer t tcnterer e ecaterer
caterer drive driveup up to the back door a nl nlleave i ileave dleave
leave a lot of baskets and boxes and t tfreezer i ifreezer t tfreezer
freezer of Icecream all packed to k krrp krrptill > p ptill ptIU
till we should be called in to sapper I Isee Isee
see the timekeeper looking at her r watch wateaso watthso t
so I 1guess guess the time for seeing tins thin i iup I Iup tup
up Goodie hope hoe it will soon be time to taeat toeat toeat
eat Times called called Goodby Good by
Some Interesting Livingstone Facts about David DavidLivingstone DavidLivingstone I
this opportunity made by hfT btnsel0 > tf tfwas twas J Jwas
was obliged to walk each day from 0lJtyre 0lJ 811tyre Biatyre
tyre to Glasgow a distance of nine m mas ml mlas lH lHas
as he still kept keptemploymeat employment ta the wtt wttmills totter cotMmUls tottermills
mills during the summer summerIn
In 1838 David Livingstone went to Lea Leaadon t Leadon a adon
don where he was accepted by the th ta tadon Leadon LAedon
don Missionary Society as a cawMdi cawMdiFor ca esndWa1rFor dl Tl TlFor
For two years he studied theology sad sadthe IDdthe B < 1 1the
the classics and practiced preacain la II III840
1840 he was granted the degree d ree of m mclne toed astdlcine toedclue <
cine trom the Faculty of Physicians PhysiciansSurgeons s a acd acdSurgeons = < 1 1Surgeons
Surgeons in Glasgow He was a man in inspired IIIspired taspired ¬
spired by deep sympathies for his fellowman fellow fellowman fellowman
man and he said once that la I a the ne gW gawof gWof J Jof
of love which Christianity t lag Icspires 1 ple5 Tres 1bare 1bareresolved I bareresolved ban banresolved
resolved to devote devotesmylife smylife my life to t tie eo e alww alwwtion aUefiltIon alknation
tion of human misery
And so he followed followed out the promptly promptlyof t tof
of a noble heart and gave his Mew life t 10 Loll tamissionary t tmissionary LollmissIonary <
IJ IJblm 1 1him
missionary cause It was this which wakahim
him into Darkest Africa amid cm cmbloodthirsty cnd ergbloodthirsty °
At Atserts deaerts
bloodthirsty savages over burning banllserts
serts through dangerous dl1Dt rous Jangles wmr wmrthe wbthe wbee wbeethe
the grim specter Death lurked fur tnewhite furwhite tlJrwhite
white man It was his love for haias haiasIty bGIDSIty httmsr httmsrity >
Ity that separated him from wife f rdren r rdren f
dren and home and caused him to wor Wirwork worwork w wwork
work till brokea a thealth ahealth IIhealth
and turn not back
And nnnai uQnatll uQnatllmode i imode fmode
health by hardship and an
mode of living he fell Into ao U Uwhich 110 alt altwhich = + t twhich
which ended In death at the aWe J1 J1called VL1 r e ecalled
called Ilala In Central Africa 111 4 418Ta
1873 18TaHis
1873Hla HIs remains rest in Westsr Westsrbey Westnlpr Abey A Abey >
bey London MARY UR Gi 11 ll1L 1L
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