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Toms s and an Fannys Visit to Oklahoma Oklahomaor
or With the Squaw and Three Papooses PapoosesSI Papoo s sar
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SI WILLIAM WILLI R C WALLAd ALI CB JR
OM atrig sees after vacation eatlea set petTea IB IBPanay I Ior
or Tea and Panay were alley et late tbe4r tbe4rbear tit titlIvrcl8Ml tbettreim
lIvrcl8Ml reim h e bear IteKfI1te tie BMM plea fer a aAad a1IdN a1atldwmr
1atldwmr 1IdN d Aad A ad dell delliJteeri they tbeybeard theybeard
beard who tbese plans were tbey eh j bath bathjolpel betfedewa Mdtjewei
jewei p aM dewa aad dapped JI boor UMSCJar ttHIkJeI boorYaffe
Yaffe Jar JacTk Jay JayVbeir JeIDHIir
Vbeir papa bad dcddad ta t get If < < away awayate 8WJtTIIIS awayism
ism hueNM IIIS for a aoti a ud WIMIIC WIMIICi
i tt d ate slime e welts Ms family This at armaared ata attaqBtrat
taqBtrat a t maared a app splendid sdM time timeAver tlaeIiIIIMIe timeser
Aver ser ssaee IiIIIMIe Tom or nod Faswy 1 had come creONe comeJeAe C8IB8Nf
ONe ti W world tby Nf bad pest their lives lives3a nNIIt acesIs
3a t the great cHy ftdIIc da tag 10 meatbs tIts ef tbeeat tbe tbefeat tttelee
feat eat tate rani re sluing lag g two mantis dY IIed IIedfe daring daringwe shage
we e heated term ef summon betag b Iec spent speattb
tB sere Sfr Isabie 1triNN1 nott ort OC at attie t t1Ite
tb tie seaside t Tbs o ate > e ebttdrea ks k katw katwa ew ew11P w waahK
11P aahK ef die real ceeatry NtIItUytlte the rural ruraliHfe nma1I raratfie
iHfe I a fie farm farmMMy Zaralily
lily x Idea k tMs saM d Papa 11 MI Mamma Mammaeae Ms Ms8Ite
ese evakag o aamc ae tbey eat at 4sec 41 dloeaoalag ee 111C s their theirM tlteltfif
geheir geheiratilg
M iar Ae racados Tom aad Faaay Faaayntbsac Fa FaI
I ntbsac IMCILIL of the oeaatrr cowlrpre pure pweIM andyen and aadaad
fif aad you anew aenriMfr H l t ef the tte1ft thewe
Swppew we try ruetfeattag raedeattgpra r1tt e8U1tg e8U1tgj ea eaipcalricn
ipcalricn j pra ee lei S r a mouth ih at a least Im Imr I II Imtee
tee I r you wM all eajoy eu k Fifteen urea yearsast years yearssew
sew 1 f 1 Ja aaeat fIIl ast t tiN most deMgbrful summer summeref r rIIfe
ef a air We i fs ea s tie platas ef f Kansas Ka sad sadI
lb I BMHaa Territory Tortltrlsaa
J USB T ieM wb for tbf t4 It trail ef yew last laststatemenC Je laetetateie t tnltHetJteIIt
statemenC nltHetJteIIt etateie toughed 1a ke1 Mamma for youve youvetatbol v ve
tatbol IIIeI of c It ever eY < < mace I cam c came to knew knewwWeb ins insso
wWeb 1Mk ta be exaet x Ot Is 14 years this tblsIs thisk thkk
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k Is M yearst exclaimed PI Prr Pi Pive
ve beea e married 8tIU rr et 18 years yearsa ears Pi tIes tIeshtl 8
It a t remember rteatly htl Well eRw w < t
Ir t Iilsttts L helped 1tIJI 4 te t C3exi e eze toer er the bl blcge gre t pig I Iti the tlt pen JIC
fde e Meeay ay Ami Teat te 11 years yearstfaae yestine I IT1
T1 tine CIte little Nttk men was bsr bsrK W 1 F Fa i
K a taate wildd ie of 0 tIM rural 11 We with a aC dash dashbe ddekiC
C be WIld wildWest West > ta t It Itla ltIll I
la Ill tie Western W trip was talked over overram everNeer l II
Neer ram every point of view and decided HeWedE dedddH decidedwee
wee IT url n osuld 1eea locate aa old friend aheadMw friendgbe I
gbe E Vvud ta the W We Wrote et t The last Um ue11M tMaelad
Baps bad beard from him II himyt be bad located locateda Ieeat Ieeat1trtp
e5 a ham te tie stn Strip But 1ft that bad badtoog C Ctoac
toog aao In fact fa < < t before Papa Papawere
uMII were ware married rrtet As A Papa Papata Pa PatesMtc
tesMtc 4ekyed ta matters of 0 any kind kindpleasure kt kti hill
pleasure leaser leaseresbeIaga e esbeIaga being MIll < < a eeneioered eeoeI Wired ered fast Ia t as asbiltU81 Im rho
i frf Has af buidaoflc Jfyem r 1 retiseie retiseiepm f utaeepeiat utaeepeiatta
I B S be derided era WeN WeNr
pm filar r ta i earryter psWoos auestk lIsdaDB lIsdaDBI > oa all re reaswaosise reaswera
M aswera aswaosise W M Ite ae put the tetegzaffb tetegzaffbwork t twwk twork
I work Be He knew k w that If be could es eshis
lilt Ms eU trksod there u would be a car certa carwaa
waa 1 ta Yore and brisg lt Bc the tbeIs theIwd
Iwd
Is Ute sMeeace e that west traatj A31ttc oe oewtb ashags
wtb shags shagsIka
Ika B Bvine viWe Old Ofctato Oldto
to aaw We WNt t for BMBtb UL Are Areea AreJIM Arearsseh
JIM j + ootdtd ootdtdsaaobf ea Ie we eaa ea caste c ea year yearve J84fe
arsseh arssehealded ealdedeawife
eawife saadd
twp kladsyAPI kladsyAPIteam
saaobf B ve e WIfe aad two ktts AH AHtailiuin Allltaeu
team tailiuin Aa Alt8Ww wer H4WeIIlT H4WeIIlTIt
It BBOWN I O
> l VF N al alWbea
Wbea 1WI < eB Mamma Me read ever Ute message messagetbat mesesgeelt
tbat bh elt Papa p > 4p bed preMredte prs e0 t seed aba smiled smiledaUt MBlte4a em 1 1matter led
aUt a Mt MtI laMssnly I n 1ItT Hm r aCoM eacchh dear that tbatjae tlMt1IIIt
jae baft wat st the theMt matter tter ta such a a way wayyew fIIIJ
yew I Crfemt bas a ae aMeraetlve but mast mastTHCK a aLtTTL1I at atmi
THCK mi DITTLB > > a ZULUS SONG OF Tint T1IKSKIRT TlIBSKIRT TintSKIRT
SKIRT
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Teat TeatWere a
Were 11 glud were vr cre re oaob A small smallplat BiHBllvrltk aallZMI
plat platlasir ZMI ZMIliB
lasir liB tlM MerBlw with Uk the nan nanand aaBe asaWe
We e Jam J right Bit and aa eat tve tveAiH c raa raaMt maAlt
Alt 4rewed d > ft e4 a as ale an aloe loe can be beKB helia beLa
KB cb these k Aae ae eemfetable shirts shirtsTea sblrtaaa
7 Tea see seeThep eo eoTIt
TIt Thep tilt < as swag and aa < < deat wear rreaxo weareat ear eartee
eat eatTkerre
Tkerre sane o > ae tee alee te wear wearIB wearas ear earl
as trt trtIa t
IB l raa rd and aa Trlad vvtad4 sa i IB 1 any nr weather rreataerr weatherer weatherGar
er r oleokes l CheB d 4Ieat at give Ie mm any anybother aa aailter anybother
bother botherIf ilter ilterIr
If to a please rre Weald sref 100 100We goWe
We mart at right eft a and d ire Jut net
We Were re Arej WtUieil ed the a same aja ajaJta e all through Ulre1llkJie throughvhe
vhe Jie aiLabt aiLabtAe Io t tAa
Jta were dresaed ia bread day dayht daTIMIiPitt dayil4
IMIiPitt IMIiPittWlteawe il4 htWhen ht htwe
Wlteawe When we grew big our oletkes oletkese oletheawrewtee
illJr wrewtee wrewteedjad It te teail
djad ail e ear otetbes are aresew rt al alaew as asaew
aew H D W WI
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fTs tile hospitality tallQ af Ills baaM IH IM what wtaaterar wllateW whatever
ever sort K ray be Now it My at HP 1ttIt 11 11taosIeat HPiar
taosIeat It Jar bin to take as ta stfH be berefme beeBWMtreItI beenaet
eBWMtreItI enaet reuse yaar raqaaet reqlle t ta be e allowed aNewedto wed wedIlk
4 to tamp aa Ilk oaaeb wftksb of coarse Is Isa Iea Isa
a polite war wa of mytag rtac Opes year Me doan doantoas IIHrato
toas to as
toasBoat asDt
Boat yes fear about lUck Walker Walkerfeeltas Walkert Walkerfeellag
feeltas t 1IIIc vadcr any ebUgatfoos tIoos to do say aaytbsac saytMg ar artIIIIIt >
tbsac aot Z a Ms baste sad a eoarealeace eoarealeaceHes COIJle COIJleHes
Hes a trw son s of f tile prairies Jes and la 1 a as asopea a3I asspaas
I opea as Ute air he breathes If l be deepset deep deepnot deelbOt
not Me e his way to eatertalalB lartal J g as asor asorallowlsg or orallowing r rsUowbig
allowing as to eatertata omrselres oa bis bistaad bhleadhell Is Is1te
leadhell taad belt 1te be wick 4 kk eaa elHMlih sh to say SII M sad aadat aMt sadat
at t my expense toe teeOa toeOa
Oa 0 the seeaad day after papa seat thereesrded the tberecorded thereeerde4
recorded telegram t 1D aa answer to It t was wasbaaded washanded
handed talsa 11 jot J as tilt family tU sat down downta
ta breakfast at Papa read It abed aliHNltIowa abeda
8 ll beMtaj dews i er flection lIon tloo tea Med Sgeawcome Sqaaw Sqaawaad SqHwtlano
aad three threebidleg papooses dwell la mv teepee teepeep t pee
come p and ad stay e ta as long 1oD sbog as crab Cra bolds ekJ8 oat oattr oatF
e tr F reo r rsm for year eW wigwam WCW8 Wire Wirei Wireyes
i you 011 start IL W WGoodie WGoodl WGoodie
Goodie cried Tom T hardly hardl able ba to re restrain retltralD reatraln ¬
strain hl blawetf from glrlne JrItI t vest to a series seriesof
of triad Tells yefltOh TellsOOIL yNhtOh
Oh Im so tickled ricUlmPd Paswy
her appetite ppett for breakfast dlmppearia dlmppeariasaw dlS8p rtD rtDslIP
saw was tor starting startinSright richt off that tlMltJw misatoJvet athmsa athmsaMJ
MJ Jvet Jw t she old Rica declared Mr MrBrown MrBlOWn MrBrown
Brown His nlsrt heart Is I ID tbe right t spot sptW1Ift spotWbea 8H > t tWbea
Wbea ca can a yea be ready r f raaaaMt raaaaMtla tBl lIH1r lIH1rI
la I two days Ts answered Mrs Brown Brownbar BroWRIter Browabar
bar tae actow with antkipatlaii She SbeBoagied SheM Sheeo
Boagied as esgl tagtr e to start as Ute children childrenSay dllhlrellMIlt eblhireapeps
Say papa MIlt said Tea reAdln = overWe over overtfce ocrlite
tfce tirWrasa a egraat rua what does Mr Walker Atker
Tess by war ayj aystg K a seaaw sad papooses IMI D live lirela liveiD live1D
I la Ills taepeef tMpH Doss D e be boani boa 11I with la laPapa inPapa
1 1la
Papa la taevbed till Ms std elMs s shock than tbeabe thaI thanbe
be explained that Mr Walker uesnt t be bebad hea behad
I bad a wife wt and a three eblMrea It was wasbis wasWNtena washis
his Western way of expressing t > XJMI IDI himself himselfTbe hiMSelf1Iw himselfThe
The teepee PM meant h hlll hl basso booseDM ho bassoDid ee eeJW
DM be marry nT with an Indian asked askedwondering askedwODdtt askedwonded
wondering wODdtt elgbt etgbtyearoki yearod Fanny
MKo 0 I gaeae aetasswered set et answered a were4 p papa papastill pa paStlU palld11
still Its bard to tell Just what w t Rick BlcaWalker RickWlker RichWalkec
Walker wo weld M do If b he admired an la ladtan lBn Indies
dies n wesaaand woman and Dd shed bare ta be a abtjaty aalldlb ary
alldlb ry btjaty hty worthy woman If be dW 4k1bed bed not nothesitate DotlIe1ftate nothesitate
hesitate to make ke her his wife But I Ibardly IlIanliT Ihardly
hardly think well find his wife sad chll chlldresi clllldhtI chitdoes
does doesIhea woartoc blankets a and feathers feathersTbea featheraTINIt feathersIs
Tbea caaio d e tile thea thehappy happy triekdto barry kdto offIndeee of packlRf packlRfvala
I Is vats 11 Mr Brow tried trie to Induce Ids biswife Idswt hisw11k
wife wt to tab t1t only their worst old clothes dotbesTbs clothesnail clothesTtk
Tbs > Is ta be a real oattDg outipoga out1n a roughing roaghlafftrip roubla roublatttp
trip be declared declaredBat de red redBat
Bat des we do not want to present presentoarsehres pres presentosrselee eat eatIHtr
oarsehres IHtr ehoM before ore ereOar year friend In the tJ e garb prarbof
of c tramps His N wife must be considered consideredtoo
too for sbe may how something IIOIIH IhtJ of thecivinsed the tliedrlltaed theeh111M4
drlltaed world worldeveo erea taoach she does set netIlve setlive BotItft
live la It pleaded dt4 Mrs Brows BrowsYes l1 lllownTea nm nmy
Yes y M I think It will be alee to show showtbe showthe howtIte
the Indians how white people drew said saidFanny saidhQ saidPaany
Fanny PIeA Please dont forget a my y pi pink plokaM pinkrsek ok oksaah
saah and white slippers mamma mammaSay mammasay
Say Papa broke In Tom do all aHtbe allUte allthe
Ute people peep la Oklahoma carry carr kstrea andrevo nod nodrevoirersT an4t
revoirersT revo t And te there any aD daager of oftbe ofUte ofthe
Ute Indians scalping as asWell saT saTwolf T TOWI
Well and Papa g csve ve a sy wink at atMeats atJiIMIa atMama
Meats tIt If that does d es happen ppeo It will save saveyea savepS f1vea
yea and me a barbers bill I year mother motherme MDtlierlite mothertM
me troaWe of asiae tbe carting leaps leapsaad te seegssad gs gsad
sad ad Pa Fanny can come to breakfast la the tbewttbont theJDOrBIDt themoralDi
JDOrBIDt without t having nDC to bother abut aboatcomb abutCOab aboutcomb
comb sad lid brash brashAt 1n1I 1n1IAt brashAt
At lest tbe boar came for starting B irtiog Th Thsfantters The TIiIatt Theabutters >
abutters att were e closed windows locked lockedaad lockedall4 lockedand
and doors bolted The baggage was sent sentto sentto eotto
to the station aIMS Ute rOM Brawns IB IBtbe 1111the Inthe
the happiest spirit anon followed It ItTbere ItTtteft ItThere
There Papa procured red Ute railroad ticket tickettbey tleketUHtr ticketbI3
tbey bI3 all got on the t trala and away they theyew titertowa
low ew toward towa the u settlnc eett1 SUB SUBAad n nABC sunAM
ABC serb a trip Would the children cblHrenerer
ever e ferget It Th Threegh k states and aadMates aMa andMat
Mat Mates sacross across a < < f I8 rivers annd and ricers past pasttewaa pastyasgts Ml8triths
tewaa rUbwes and cities over Ve plains ptaiasaad plainsand as
and plains Mate 118 till at Lot they awoke In n theirbectb their theirbertbc theirlDtIfat
bertbc oak moraine lDtIfat C to And themselves themselvespalHar themeelTe5IMIna themselvesMlUar
palHar IMIna Pat tate Oatbrh Oklahoma OkmbomaIM Ok
IM 1 this town they taker stopped to rest restawhile restawbl1e restawhile
awhile deciding to take a later train to toearry tofaftT toeaery
earry them to of BTIJIe B rlHe some 36 2 miles milesrartber rilesfetter lea leatwtIaer
fetter on They went at te t a betel for forbreakfast ferkfat forbraktat
breakfast kfat sad to Tons and Dd Fannys FannyssarjMtee Fastiafr Pansysy
sarjMtee tbey y bad a diningroom tables tablesdlabss tablesd
dlabss d waitresses etc Jut Ute same as asla ast asla
la t tie IMet Bast Lad they tIat bad d fondly fO tJ hoped hopedfolly hopo4f1aIII hopedtall
tall folly expected too tooto to see a towa of ofteatc oftfttIa ofteats
teats ami a wigwams wtcwa caaaparea burning bnralBgand
and ladteac la blankets and M cowboys la labvHufktas Jaall Inhedtls
bvHufktas all boat them tbemSo t themso m mSo
So all they tIN bad read of this part of the theworld J e ewortC
world was not tree then Horribletrveryl Horrible ats atscorcryl dI dII t e
corcryl I Fanny h felt It like crying eryt of dte dteappototsaeat jkappobtt disappolatmit
appototsaeat and Tom lost Ie t his temper tomnorcetaptetely tlBttelC
co cetaptetely C 1 N bat letel Iyy Why come away 2 here e to see seeJut IIeeJut
Jut ptalo ereryday daJ people tre t Itrowae ItrowaeWhoa It was wasabacro wasbIaC
abet abacro a rd rdthrough Whoa the breakfast hra was wastl got gottfcroegb
through tl and Papa suggested aa t that they go gofor getor gofor
for a little walk through tile town townsold Tom TomMid le
Mid 14 pettmatly tI1 I dont care te I see any anymore aa1ot anytiers
more of this sort of place pla < e I want ut In Indtaas I IeIIa iadhns
dtaas eIIa < obors baffalo tta < < alo kilts and DdBd andandsomething DdBdte aad aadi
something i ean thing desperate te This 1tIs mat any anyfmM aDYtwit anyfu
twit fu
fmMAM AM ririit SOBBT answered Papa Papaqotetly PapaToJt PapaQsIetIy
qotetly ToJt Jf 7C yoa dont wat any aD mere mereofltln moreat ore oret
ofltln at t It 1n pat yea on tIM train tn and seed seedyea seed7ss
yea 1 rbjbt t back te yrrgrasdmtbet year graadmstbu graadmstbupar I4wderma Y4MI Y4MIr
par r c ce derma awm ta Lone x Bfacb gsck adt with wltfor Hr Hrtor
for i the month tit stay I f dreslieFmjL Mt go a atbe about allNtme abouttie
tie faaMsaablt fII tes tJh nkea prom promOa
Oa 0 aa ae nam n exclaimed Tom Tom1ft Tom1ft11II JR JRtatcsaattag ishis
tatcsaattag Me fttdtec fa Thte Isnt t as assbed assbeds bad badae h4tfMat
ae s ttat t weald be Besides here see seegets eaegets MeBt
gets tots at dirt sea wind wt mere beat t I Igaaac 1pe jgenes
pe gaaac s tee Is aril tate peeafe areaft rtse so tMek tMekor tJitI4LM tlMlkser
ser or ee recd dressed ap nor ta suck a a atww anMI
rush all Oe time t1I Tie only title tfelaj
I II I II
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I Couplet Con let of nn OldTime Nursery lturel Rhyme in Characters
But at Tom dM net say 5t y any more lie lietboaght HetlHHlglit liethought
thought It better to await developments developmcstsHe
He only s4ghe la I his disappointment and andtried andtried andtried
tried te be resigned resignedWbea re restgaedWhen ed edWhet1
When Ute time arrived the Browns Brownswere Brownswere Brownswere
were OB O the train beaded be ckd for B Brifts BriftsIn vllle vllleIa TUleIn
In an hoer from starting they tb J relied Into Intotbe IntoUte Intothe
Ute little 1It prarrte town with Its hand handfnl handtul handtat
tat of tiny frame houses bou es and woodcrown woodcrownstreets w weed < redJrownstreets grown grownstreets
streets streetsThis streetsTIlle streetsThIe
This Isat so bad badcrlctd cried Tom when whenbe wbenbe whenbe
be looked from rro the window Its getting gettingwilder gettingwilli gettingwilder
wilder wilderAs willi er erAs
As soon as Ute train slewed down Papa Papasprang Papnsprang Papasprang
sprang from tr Ute car steps te tbe little littleplatform 1Itt1tplatform littleplatform
platform of the tiny tin sUUea Matt B A great greatbreadshouldered Ircatbread8bouldved greatbreadshouldered
breadshouldered sunburned man grabbed grabbedkls rahbed rahbedhis
his bands Pepper me with buckshot buckshotIf
It yen alat Brownny he laughed In n a apiest a1D8t awest
west pleasing and cordial manner Then Thenbe Thenbe Thenhe
be shook Papas bands as If he would wouldloaon wouldlo9 wouldloosen
loosen lo9 > n them from the wrists while Papa PapaIB
IB I turn beamed a happy smile and re returned re rebused returned ¬
turned the salutation salutationAnd salutationAnd f1lutatlonADd
And bang me If yen arent old Rica RIeblnat RichBut I IBat
Bat only OBI for year voice and smile Id Idnever Idneer d dnever
never have known kno1 you Why old man manyoure mnnyoure manyoure
youre twice the size yea peed used to be beWorse beWorse beWorse
Worse than that exclaimed talmed Mr MrWalker MrWalker MrWalker
Walker grinning I used to t weigh about
10 pounds bat that was the week I first firstcame firstoeme firstcame
came to live OB earth earthThen eartkThen earthThen
Then followed the Introduction to Mama 11nmnTom MamaTom MnmnTern
Tom and Fanny whose bands aadenvent aadenventthe aDder < ent entthe
the Eme vigorous heavy shaking demonstrative dem demonstrative demoonstrative ¬
onstrative of a warm welcome welcomeHere wflcomeHere welcomeHere
Here we are Mr Walker said lend lending lendinG leading ¬
ing the party to a big twoseated spring springwagon springwagon springwagon
wagon And over there Is tho farm farmwagon tarmwagon farmwagon
wagon In which well carry your band bandboxes bnndboxe bandboxes ¬
boxes Here calling to the farm nand nandwso Dandwho nandwho
who had charge of the lastnamed vehicle vehicletake Tehlcletake vehicletake
take this gentlemans baggage checks checksand cheCksand cheeksand
and get his hi baggage as BOOB as s you can canWell cnnWelIgo canWell
Well WelIgo go OB OBIB 00III onIn
IB another minute Tom was on the thefrent thetrent thefront
trent seat at between Mr Walker and Papa PapaWasaa Papabtama
Wasaa 1 lad Fanny Dnr were comfortable In IntHE InItiE infJHE
tHE FROGGYAND FROGGYANDTHE FROGGYANDTHEVOICE THE RAIN RAINVOICE R IN INVOICE
VOICE
A brisk little froggy one day <
Weat forth la the weeds for to play
A ralnclOBd > oer head
Thundered loudly
And said caldIm saidIm 1 d dIm
Im going OIDI to pour rain right awaJ1A away awayA
A very nice toadstool grew nigh nighTo nlgbTo nighTo
To Its shelter r the feoggy f ry did hie hieYou hieYotl hieYou
You see Im a feller fellerWith fellerWith fellerWith
With a anew anewUmbreller ntw ntwTJmbretler BeWUl
TJmbretler TJmbretlerSo Ul ltreiler ltreilerSo
So 1 dont mind Iud year re r rain ralnItter rainlet let er er fly
JIM JUGLBTS JUGLBTStbe JUG JULIJTSthe LItTS LItTSthe
the beak scat the lines were loosened loosenedMr
Mr Walker gave the word to the horses horsesand horsesaDd horsesand
and off theY trotted over the finest finestsmoothest finestsesaotbert
smoothest 8 tOOthe hardest ba e t road Tom bad ever everAad evereea eversee8
eea eeaADd ADd hows this young y young og captain asked askedMr askedMr skldYr
Mr Walker putting naBG Toms ear gently gentlyand JlntlYalMl gentlysad
and smiling DIRe la I his face Tired oh ohope okROt ohsot
ope ROt a Wt of It declared Tom TomBut TomBut TomBpi
But Vm r m awfully awful who hungry Hope dinnersabout dinners dlnoersbotIt dinnersa
a about lit ready reaav when we get there thereWhy
tame tameToms
Why Tommy l OftItIIY said Mama Ia touching g gchful
andIsd Isd Isdeakt ahln
derr in
Toms shoulder and speaking eakt eaktng ng In a re reproachful reprosehC ¬
proachful chful voice Wbatde What What doyotl do you mean by byspeakac b18pe b bepeakag
speakac 8pe epeakag k ac IB sock a way wayt Mr Mr Walker Walkerwin Walker Walkerwin WalkerwUt
win think you J tI left your good eod manners at atborne titItoiIte athaine
borne If t be thinks you ever bad any an
I cannot permit you ou to behave so Si rudely rudelyWell rudelyWell rudelyWell
Well vociferated Tom In selfdefense selfdefenseI selfdefl > nse nse111m
I 111m am not supposed to act the same hero heroas
as at home Papa says Western people peoplesay peopleSA1 peoplesay
say Just what theY think nnd dont make makeany makcanr makeany
any pretense I want to do as they do doTom doTom doTom
Tom did not speak with a flatterer flatterertongue flatterertotongue flatterorrtongue
tongue He expressed himself quite as be befelt beteltIn hefeltIn
felt teltIn In a truthful way but what be besaid besaid beoak
said was considered very complimentary complimentaryto
to the Westerners by Mr Walker lie liesmiled 11esmiled Ilesmiled
smiled his approval and pattlug Toms Tomsshoulder Tomlsboulder Tomsshoulder
shoulder laid Youre a brick Ive Ivegot Ivegot Ivegot
got your partner at home a fine fellow fellowof
of a papoose that can bust a broncho as aseasy ascasy aseasy
easy as he can sit in a chair chairThis chairThis chairThis
This set Tom to thinking He wondered wonderedwhat wonderedwbat wonderedwhat
what the young papoose was like whether whetherhe
he would upon seeing Tom leap upon uponhim uponhim uponhim
him to try his strength It so Tom woukl wouklshow wouldsbow wouklshow
show himself capable He had not gone goneto goneto goneto
to the Gym for naught He had a amuscle amuscle amuscle
muscle hard as flint and a fist at theend the theend theend
end of it Than he wondered what It Itmeant ItmNlDt Itmeant
meant to bust a broncho bronchoAnd broncboAnd bronchoAnd
And Ive a little maiden named Wathawholl Watha Wathawholl Wathawboli
wholl bp a match for the little lady ladythere ladytbere ladythere
there too and Mr Walker jerked his histhumb hiltthumb histhumb
thumb In the direction of Fanny Shes Shesrfs
rfs bright as a sunflower sunflowerThen sunflowerThen sunflowerThenFanny
Then ThenFanny Fanny set to wondering about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the little maiden Watha and whether or ornot ornot ornot
not she had ever board of a doll Fanny Fannysupposed FannysuPPosttd Fannysupposed
supposed since she had been raised In Inthis Inthis Inthis
this wild country where perhaps the tbcpeople tbepeople thepeople
people did not even have clothes that a adoll adoll adoll
doll had never been seen or beard of ofSlio ofSho ofShe
She was glad she had brought along alongseveral alongsevcral alongseveral
several of otber her prettiest dollies She Shemight Shemlgbt Shemight
might give tve one to the papoose Watha WathaAs
As they rolled along papa and Mr MrBrown MrBrown MrBrown
Brown talked over the old days and the tbcdays theda1s thedays
days to come In the nearby future Pres Presently Presentlr Presently ¬
ently they raised IIed a long low bill and andbeyond andbeyon andbeyond
beyond It lay the th home of the Walkers WalkersThere WalkolllThNe WalkersThere
There we aref tie said Mr Walker point pointIng pointIng pointlug
Ing toward apfotty a1 tett twostory white farm farmhouse tarmhOtHe farmhouse
house that stood surrounded by fertile fertilewelltilled terUleWtIIt1l1ed fertilewelltilled
welltilled 1 fleldsj AeldAbout ldl n Abont the house grew grewcultivated grewcultivated grewcultivated
cultivated shade shadcJrees trees rees an orchard In tho thorear thorear therear
rear and at the side a tall windmill windmillspread windmillsllread windmllispread
spread Its fanning arms to the breeze breezeWhy brceeWhy breezeWhy
Why Rich n Tau live like a lord dont dontyon dontyou dontyon
yon And Andtt think lnt the people generally generallytalk
talk of thisriand thIt and as a barren desert de irt It ItIs ItIs Itis
Is a garden spot said papa papaItsjHStSjwhnOjVfcr papa1t8 papaitsjns
itsjns ItsjHStSjwhnOjVfcr 1t8 Jt lttV IvhOthykrf v r n Teller wants wan I to tomake tomake tomake
make of It t explained Mr WallrDown Wallftr WallftrDown WalL r rDown
Down yonder yondttrpolntlng pointing to a long line 1npof lineof IInlof
of distant blue Is the big river where wherewell wherewclI wherewell
well all go camping Some Interesting intorostlngold
old Indian mounds and graves are therefor there therefor theretor
for the chlidrcrf to Investigate InvestigateOh
Oh thats more like it exclaimed exclaimedTom
Tom nil excitement I hope well go gotomorrow rotomorrow gotomorrow
tomorrow No UJM t a to pat It off ottAt At first firstI
I got awful majfwtcii matl w cn I found out this thiscountry thiscount17 thiscountry
country was not inhabited by wild In Indians Indlan Indians ¬
dians and fighting cowboys but I guess guesswell guesswell guesswell
well find some fun after all It theres theresIndian theresIn theresIndian
Indian In lan mounds and graves to look and to toget toget toget
get relics from Wish I might find the themummy themummy themummy
mummy of a chief chiefOf chiefOf chiefOf
Of coarse everybody laughed at poor poorToms poorToms poorToms
Toms expense but he did not mind He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was too full of grent expectations and andlooked aDdlooked andlooked
looked toward the line of distant blue bluelongingly bluelongingly bluelongingly
longingly longinglyIn
In another Instant they drew up to the thedoor thedoor thedoor
door of the Walker house Immediately Immediatelya
a pptty dark trkhalrd haired woman came out outto outto outto
to greet thorn Following her were threechidren three threechildren LbrcechUdrenon
children chUdrenon on whom Tom looked look with surprlse sur surprise surprlfe ¬
prise and displeasure They were ere not notpapooses notpapooses notpapooses
papooses at all He had been deceived deceivedThey deceivedThe1 deceivedThey
They were ordinary white children well welldressed welldrQS welldressed
dressed drQS with clean pretty faces Fanny Fann Fannhowevor
however was delighted deh hted The Watba Watbamaid Wnthamaid Watbamaid
maid was her own size nnd looked up inFannys in inFannys InFaanrs
Fannys face and smiled sweetly Of Ofcourse Ofcourst Ofcourse
course she knew all about dolls and nice niceclothes nleclothes niceclothes
clothes Fanny smiled back and made madebold madebold madeIwkd
bold to kiss her fingers to Watha and andcall nadcall andtali
call out Im Fanny FannyHnh FannyHub FannyHnh
Hnh whispered Tom to Fanny ns nsthey nsbey nsthey
they alighted from the wagon vn on There ThereIsnt ThereIsnt thereIsnt
Isnt a thing Indian about the whole wholeblame wholeblame wholeblame
blame place Weve been fooled 1 Then Thenbe Thenbe Thenbe
be yawned and shook hands with MrsWalker Mrs MrsWalker Irsalkerwho
Walker alkerwho who kissed everybody except exceptpan exceptPftPfl exceptpapa
pan Just like the Eastern women men did didBut didOut
Out But after tbe first pangs of disappoint disappointment dh8ppolnt11Ient disappointtpent ¬
ment were over Tom besrnn b n to become becomeInterested becomeInterosted becomeInterested
Interested In his surroundings After all alltuis allttts
tuis was very different to the things he hebad hehAd hebad
bad been used tw l to The men and boys nil nilwent ILIIwcnt nilwent
went Out to the big big trough by b the theands e windstlil wind windmill ¬
mill to wash wa h their faces aces and hands l Then Thenthey Thenther Thenthey
they combed by b a little mirror on n back backporch haclporeh hackporch
porch Tom liked I kld making makn this much of ofhi othilt ofhl
hi hilt t toilet out of doors He felt that much ranchIndian muchludlan muchIndian
Indian Then there was that strange strangewindmill strangewindmill strangewindndll
windmill to learn the workings of Itpumped It Itpumped Itpumpld
pumped water Into the house Into the tbetroughs tb tbtroojb9 thetroughs
troughs of the > pig pens Into the Irrlgat IrrlgatInc Irrl at atIn
Inc In ditches that ran through the garden gardenand Jard gardenand < n nand
and orchard orehardj and it fed a little ihtlepond noml be below beklw below ¬
low the hill where Lere Bert Mr Walkers Walkersblc
big bl boy nnd Toms own age and slzet slzettold sizeltold llzeltold
told Tom they could take a 1 plunge any nn1tlmc anytime
time they cared to This pond was full fullof tnlrof fullof
of floating flonUn ducks vnka was a source sourceof
of constant wonder ato to both t tback backToo Tom Too and nndFanny andFanny andFanny
Fanny And the Sd gardoa back of f the thehousel U1ebousel thehouse
house Here R re Tom and Fanny went to towork towork towork
work with WaxTiR and Bert one fine finemorning fillemorninG finemorning
morning pulling weeds from the vege vegetables vegetRbles vegetables ¬
tables Bert Bert ert set his company to weed woedtho w weedthe etl etlthe
the onion bed while he and Watha took tookcharge tootcbarie tookcharge
charge of the beets and beans Pretty Prettysoen Prettysoon Prettysoon
soon Bert came to see how Tom aad aadFanny aadFanny madFanny
Fanny were getting on and tb his HI HIdisguised mdlsJolse Iildlsguised
disguised horror lie h found they tbe bad suc succeeded succeooed sueceeded ¬
ceeded by quick work In pulling up all allthe allthe allthe
the little onions and leaving le ID the nice
weeds Ob he said dont you know knowonions knowonloR8 knowonions
onions onionsros onloR8Yos onionsYos
Yos of coarse cou e I know onions an answered answered answered ¬
swered Tom holding out a handful of ofthem otthem ofthem
them These are onions Whats the thematter thematter thematter
matter with you youWell 1oaVeil youWell
Well you tu musnt pull em up explalned ex explained explalned ¬
plalned Bert Its the weeds you want wantto
to get rid of I reckon weve worked workedenough workedeoough workedenough
enough though for this time he beOhooo tonic saidOheec
Ohooo And Tom understood what xvhathis whathis whathis
his mistake had been Well lookle looklehere looklehere looklehere
here Ill put em all hack In the holes I Ipulled Ipulled Ipulled
pulled them out of Then well pull theweeds the theweeds theweeds
weeds instead I thought you were pull pulling pullIng pulling ¬
ing up the stuff to eat eatIt eatIt eatIt
It took some time fpr Bert to explain explaintbat explnlnthat explainthat
that since the roots bad been tern from fromtho fromtho fromthe
tho soil they would never nev r grow again againeven againeven againeven
even though replanted replantedBnt
But the worst of all this was that thatFanny thatFanny thatFanny
Fanny ran to the house and told It In Inspite Inplte Inspite
spite of the loss of a nice bed of onions onionseverybody onionseverybod1 onionseverybody
everybody laughed and Tom had to be bethe bethe bethe
the butt of the Joke That same evening eveningTom cvenlngTom eveningTom
Tom begged Bert to let him try his hand handat bandat
at milking It locked such a simple task taskto
to see Bert draw a steady double white whitestream whitestream whitestream
stream into the pall with his two hands handsTom hnndsTom handsTom
Tom was sure be could do as well Bert Bertgave Bertgave Bertgave
gave him the stool and Tom grabbed the thecows theoows thecows
cows udder and gave a hard squeeze squeezeThe squeezeThe squeezeThe
The cow moved uneasily and refused tho thomilk thomilk themilk
milk Tom gave another squeeze and nndtug andttlg andtug
tug The cow had never experienced experiencedsuch
such a milk hand and as she was not tho thebest thobest thobest
best tempered animal In the world Tom Tomfound Tomfound Tomfound
found himself suddenly floundering oa oatbc 011tbe onthe
the ground In the spilled milk He Hepicked Bepicked Hepicked
picked himself up a sorry sight and al although although although ¬
though Bert sympathized greatly with his hiscity blscity hiscity
city friend In his dilemma he was obliged obligedto
to laugh at the figure the poor fellow fellowcut reltowcut fellowcut
cut as he went slowly towards the back backdoor btlckdoor backdoor
door of the house hoping to gpt g t to his bisroom hisroom hisroom
room unseen un8 en But no such goods good Inok at attended attended attended ¬
tended him Not only onl was he caught In Inthe Intbe Inthe
the pllgtft but he was obliged to be the thesubject thesubject thesubject
subject of of further laughter Poor Tom TomHe TombHe I IHe
He was fast cutting his country teeth tcothBnt teethBut teethBut
But before the first week was over overTom OVerTom overTom
Tom had mastered many things be had at atfirst atfirst atfirst
first found so difficult He learned the thefarm thefarm thefarm
farm from end to end Then came the tboweek theweek theweek
week of camping and hunting down on onBig onBI onBI
Big BI River And such a week It was for forall torall forallgthe
all allgthe the happy children as well as for the theparental theparental theparents
parental parentalWhen
When at last the month was up and the theBrowiw thenrow theBrowtW
Browiw nrow began their preparations to start startBest start starteast tnrtBASt
Best Tom sighed heavily heavll and said Im Imhaving I B1 B1having mbaring
having the Sirae tIme of my life Wish It Itwould Itwould itwould
would last forever Just think thinkrYe thinkrYeleawed Ive Ivelearned
learned td ride horseback how to make makeA makeA makeA
A WISH
With nil my heart 1 wish 1 wish wishThere wisbThere wishThere
There wasnt any an any fl nabJ nabJFor fish fishFor hj hjFor
For then I would uarvlmraln era eraIn 10In goIn
In the nice cool depth below belovrBnt belowDnt belowBut
But in the waves a whale I see seeAnd seeAnd e eAnd
And he might ope and avraller me meJIM m mJDt meJIM
JIM JUGLETS JUGLETShay JUGLETShaYt
hay haYt how to build a camp fire how to topitch toplt topite
pitch plt n a tent and andHow andHow and
How to milk slyly said papa with a atwinkle atwinkle atwinkle
twinkle In his eye eyeAnd ereApd eyeA
And A d bow to weed onions too put In InMr InYr inMr
Mr Walker Walker with the same samosort sort of twinkle twinklein
in his eye eyeYes eyeYes eyeYes
Yes and how to ride a pig back backwards backwards backwards ¬
wards r exclaimed Fanny unable anylonger any anylonger anYlonger
longer to keep a secret known known only to toherself tobfrselt toherself
herself aad Tom Then to Toms pretended pre pretended pretended ¬
tended displeasure but In truth to his hisamusement hisamusement hisamusement
amusement for he bad grown wn to enjoy a aJoke ajoke ajoke
Joke at his b his s own expense ease Fanny Faun de decrlbed decrlbed decrlbed
crlbed to the amused listeners how Tom Tombad Tomluul Tomhad
bad confided eo Ade to her his desire to ride a apig apig apig
pig saying tbat he had beard that If a
I
A COACH AND fD FOUR
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fellow could accomplish feat he hecould hecould
I
could with case boat b lJt a broncho So Soone SoODe Soone
one morning while all the household was wasasleep wasasleep wasasleep
asleep Tom with Fanny In attendance attendancecrept atteDdameerept attendancecrept
crept In tbelr Blghtgowns Bl < < to the big bl pig picpea pigpen pigpen ¬
pen through the early dawn There Therewhile Tberewhile Therewhile
while Fanny helped to corner the biggest biggestp4g b biggestpig gest gestp6g
pig IB the pen II Tern got astride Its back backand NekalHl backand
and grabbed tbe tightlycurled tall for a abridle abtldle abridle
bridle Tbe next Instant be found him himself blmself himself ¬
self standing on his head In the pigs pigsbnthtab pl plbatlltab pigsbathtub I
bathtub which to be explicit was a aloblolly alobloll aloblolly
loblolly lobloll of soft mud Fanny helped to toextricate toextrleto toextricato
extricate the poor fellow and they tb J ran ranwith raBvUk ranwith
with all possible speed to the bathroom bathroomwhere IHttrootawhere bathroomwhere
where Tern got In the tub and turned OB OBthe 011tke asthe
the water over nightgown and self at tbe tbesame tbelHI thesame
same lHI e time for both needed a bath badly badlyAlthough badlyAIUiough badlyAlthough
Although Tom had net asked Funny to I
I How to Give a Seeing Things Party I
A meat Interesting ana at the same 8 me tlmo tlmoataitefBg tlmoa timearoeisg
ataitefBg a aelltl party Is s called Seeing Seeln Things Thingsand
and Is given In this way After all the thelittle thelittle thelittle
little guests have arrived they are seated seatedOB
OB the lawn where seats have been placed placedabout plaeedabout placedabout
about three feet apart ap < < rt for them Thea Theneach Theaeacb Theaeach
each guest Is supplied with a scribble scribblepaper scribblep scribblepaper
paper p per pad and lead pencil and told to towrite towrite towrite
write down whatever he or sbe can see seewithout seewlt seewithout
without wlt out rising from the seat In a gives givesspace glveospace givenspace
space of time Usually five or ton min mlmutes minutes minutes ¬
utes Is the time named for the Seeing SeeingThings SeeingTlllos SeeingThings
Things ThingsA
A master or mistress of ceremonies Is IsInstalled IsInstalled isinstalled
Installed with watch In hand and when whentho wbontho whenthe
tho five minutes are expired Pass In Inpapers Iiipapers Inpapers
papers Is called and all pads signed by bytbewriters bythewrlters bythewrltets
tbewriters are handed over to the time timekeeper timekeeper timekeeper ¬
keeper who proceeds to read the notes notesaloud Dotesaloud notesaloud
aloud avoiding of course giving the thoname thenamep thenames
name of the writers Three judges judgesgrownnps judgesgrownups judgesgrownnps
grownnps listen attentively to tbe read readIng readIng readlug
Ing and PASS upon the merits of the papers papersand papersand papersand
and award the prizes to the two best one onefrom ODetrom onefrom
from a literary standpoint and the other otherfrom otherfaom otherfrom
from Its humorous quality Tbe pans are arcnumbered arenumbered arenumbered
numbered as they are read In this way waytbe waYthe waythe
the Judges make no mistakes and remain remainignorant remainIgnorant remainIgnorant
ignorant of the persons to whom they are areawarding areawarding areawarding
awarding the prizes The Th prizes by the theway tkGwar theway
way should consist of bouquets of flow flowera flowera towera
era or tiny baskets of fruit but should
Cat these t 1 animals inlmnll1 out ns they the nppcnr II panto pall to on heavy paper taro fnrnrapidly tn tnrapidly tarorapidly
rapidly from right to left and nee the wheels BTO round A collec collection collection ¬
tion of these unto animals will afford the youngsters great amuse amaseincnt amaeInent amusement
incnt
At Blantyre Scotland on March 10
1813 was born David Livingstone Hisfather HIs Illsfather HIsfather
father was Nell Livingstone a factory factoryclerk tacto17clerk factoryclerk
clerk HIs mother was Agnes Hunter Hunterand Hunterand Hunterand
and belonged like his father to the thepoor thepoor thepoor
poor common folk folkTbe talkThe folkThe
The Livingstone family being In such sacnfinancial sutbfinancial suchfinancial
financial straits it was found necessary necessaryto
to put the children to work in the cotton cottonmills cottenmills cottonmills
mills before they had obtained the moa meagre mengre moagre
gre education at the parish school It Itwas 11was Itwas
was at tbe tender age of 10 that David DIldwent Davidwent Davidwent
went to work as boyplecer In the themills themills themills
mills nut factory work did not claim claimall claimall claimall
all Davids time though It required ali aliconstant 1111CODR1t1ltt hisconstant
constant service from 0 oclock o lock In the themorning Ulemernlng themorning
morning till 8 oclock in the evening eveningIt
It was after this late hour that David Davidunlike Davidunlike I Iunlike
unlike the other wombat little beings beingswho beingswho beingswho
who left the factory to go to bed bedweltt bedwelttto went wentto
to his humble home to study far into intothe Intothe intothe
the bight before seeking his pillow It Itis ItIs t tis
is told of the boy that although he knew knewhis knewIlls knewhis
his earnings were needed to assist IB IBproviding 10providinG Inproviding
providing food good for the family tBDd and also alsoknowing alsoknowing alsoknowing
knowing that hIs parents looked to him himfor hllDtor himfor
for this thihelp help he took his first weeks weekswage weeksW8C weekswage
wage and bought himself a Latin gram grammar grammar grainmar ¬
David Davidthirst
mar So much did the young David Davidthirst Davidthirst
thirst fer knowledge Perhaps hl his portion por portion r rtlon ¬
tion of oatcake was cut down bat be bedid bedid bedid
did net feel the need of that as as be did didthe didthe didthe
the need D ed of books booksLater bootsLater booksLater
Later while still working hard In the themillfi tbemUm themills
mUm be attended niebt Dlg t school for two twobears twobours twohears
bears each cb night The following ex extract extract extract ¬
tract Is given from oae of his biograph biographers ¬
ers ersAt At 10 oclock he went home from fromnight tromnight fromnight
night school not however to rest bat batte b betto t tto
to pore over his books for another hoar hoarer b08ter
er two twouBle8 uBle 3 Indeed as sometime sometimehappened sometimeshappened ometll fII fIIhappened
happened his studies were abruptly cut cutshort ClltIItOrt catshort
short by his mother carrying off his can candle cautile candle ¬
dle ajHl Jid leaving him to go to bed in n tbe tbedark tbedark thedark
dark darkAll darkAll
darkMl All these hardshipsttfla hardships batd hlpetltls this climbing over overobetaetes overob overobetaies
obetaetes ob ta tbat would have disheartened disheartenedmany
many a strong spirit IpirttOtIIY wiy showed the teckeyaote tbfkeyltOtE thekeyaote
keyaote to the grand character of David DavidLivingstone a1d a1dLlnDgst avidLliagswme
Livingstone ae the boy paring the way torthe tor forthemaa torthQMas
themaa the man who was to achieve so ranch mncbWalle muchWhile ranchWhile
While ay M y la the mill lll David wont woniik Woalkeep t tkeep
k keep ap 8 h peek ek k open before him on the thesplaalngframe Utespl thespinningframe
splaalngframe spl aoframe that he ragbt read rtlldnee a aline aline
line a now w awl 1Hl then as he found time to tolift tu11ft tolift
lift b bIll eyes from his work In this way waybe waylae wayhe
be learned raaay lessons that otherwise otherwisemeet otllerwllen otherwisenet
meet n Mt have remained unknown to him himTBBS blmT1t bimThus
Thus T1t s be persevered witb the fixed deter deterralaatfeB detcrmlBfl determination
ralaatfeB mlBfl en to fit himself lII selt tel a course ia isesiege iaeeUege 13ee
eeUege ee e This aim was reached but not nottlH DotUH nottin
tin be was 23 years ohL oh At that age a e he behad hehail hebad
had managed aoage to lay aside enough eoo gb of his hissmall hissmatt
small 11 earnings a and had possessed p08 him himself blmself himself ¬
self th witl = in the Beeessary peek ok knowledge knowledgete knewl 6ge 6geto
to eater eqt t as as4 a student at 4e t the Anderoalao AnderoalaoCeilege Anden AndersoulanCollege > o la laC
College C llege at Glasgow Here for two ses sessions Ie Ieslsabe sesslew ¬
slew slsabe he attended the classes in medicine medicineGreek medlc1seGreek medicineGreek
Greek aDd theology But to profit by Dyc
c arm = m1
keep the incident a secret eret be felt she shewoaM IbCwoehl abcwould
I would do so since sI she was a party l to It ItBut it itBut to toDst
But as a everybody enjoyed Fannie PalMI sal animated aIlIted salrated ¬
mated ted story so mach muchthe btlte tbe taaghter often oftenlatamipUnff ofteal oftenlatrrvpdng
latamipUnff l ternlptJ her iHMT Tom was glad she sbegive shegive 1e 1epe
give him away w as be afterwards ex expressed exlK886ed expressed
pressed it itTbe ItThe itThe
The next day y the Browse took the theleave thlMaTe tbeleave
leave of their host sad hostess teM the thWallrers theWalkers thoWalkers
Walkers promising pro to visit v them In their theircity theircity
city home during urlD the Christmas holidays holidaysIt
sold soldTom
It will be my turn then to mago 11gb said saidTom saIdToaa
Tom winking at B Bert rt Xeall los 11 be as aagreea asgree asgreen
green In my country aa I r v 1 ia I years yearsIts rearsIts years yearsIts
Its a bag lane ae that has no taralng taralngAH tera ag agAil
AH right MMgbed < < bed Bert Befn Being aa aaIndian al1Indian anIndian
Indian 1 eaa ight my way through any anyof aOTor t tof
of your cities Ill stand the tb racket all allO
0 K
sects are swarming A big bee bas Jon Jostbammed Jonhummed justbummed
hummed past my Hr r and frightened me meThen meTbeo meThen
Then it flew to a resebesh r ttbMlt IB I the yard yardand yardaDd yardand
and is seeking SMld bossy I can ca see a string stringof
of 0 little ante buy bslUUeg a bill wader airfertbe waderthe tder tderUle
the corner of tile high porch la the back backyard backyard backyard
yard a white kitten jest st ran aloes the thatop tbatop thetop
top of the fence and jumped Mpe dew la the thaneighbors tblnelgbbors theneighbors
neighbors yard la the back yard I call eaaalso canaloe
4 4alee
also see a bed of beautiful oldfashioned oldfashionedflowers oldfashionedflowers Itasblooedflowers
flowers A great number of r bees are hot hYerlDJ hovering hotering
ering over them A little girl Jest passed passedby
by b oa the pavement She had ad beautiful beaatifalgolden 008aUfulgolden beautifulgolden
golden curls tied wltb R Mae ribbon ribbonHer rlbOOsner ribbonHer
Her dress was white alllace alltacetriamed alltacetriamedTwo trimwed trimwedTwo
Two heavilyleaded drays Jest t pawed ia iathe laU1e inthe
the street with colored drivers As oM oMtody orlllady oidlady
lady Is pausing oa the opposite pt 8lCe side of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the street as if afraid to cross ere a alGae She Sheseems SbeseeIBS Sheseems
seems to be lame SIte looks this way wayand waTand wayand
and smiles to see so e many ay children eklldreBaU eklldreBaUbusY klidreaallbusy all allbusy
busy with pencil and paper Time Is Iscalled t tcalled iscalled
called so S I cannot Cto et see any aa moreThe more moreThe mereThe
The other paper read tintS tbosJuno tintSJUR thusJune
Juno I forget what day I jest ust saw sawJohnny HWrehaBY sawJohnny
Johnny Barton borrow a knife from Frank FrankScott FrankScott FrankScott
Scott to sharpen his peach I also saw sawtbat SIWthat sawthat
that his pencil was already sharp enough enoughI e 09Jb 09JbI
I saw why be borrowed Franks knife knifetoo kDltetoo knifetoo
too it was doae so he could peep over on onFranks 011Franks onFranks
Franks paper and see what ae had writ writton wrattnn writton
ton I Is san Frank cover his paper with IUa
I AUTO ACTUALS FOR THE CHILDREN O ILDRE I
never be anything expensive expensiveTo
To give the little readers au idea of the thethings tbethings thethings
things that are to be seen and chronicled chronicledthe
the contents of two memorandum papers paperswhich paperswhich paperswhich
which won prizes at a recent party of the tbekind thekind thekind
kind are given hore One of these was waswritten waswritten waswritten
written by a girl and the other by a boy boyIt boyIt boyIt
It Is not necessary to tell which belongs belongsto
to which as the sex of tbe writer of each eachpaper eachpJir eachpaper
paper is quite evident One ran as fol follows tollows follows ¬
lows
June 10th Ive been looking about aboutthe aboatthe aboutthe
the yard and have seen three butterflies butterfliesone
one white nnd two yellow yellowand and have also alsoseen alsoseen alsoseen
seen seven trees In these trees thou thousands thousands thousands ¬
sands of files gnats and other winged In
his left band Tbea I saw Sissy Sanders Sanderspunch Saadtrspunell Sanderspunch
punch Kitty Xltt Martins ribs with her elbow elbowto
to get her to look Ia the back yard at atwhite a awhite awhite
white kitten I saw Tom Jesus whisper whisperto
to Helena May and aRt 1 saw Helena H less make makea mllka
a face at him I saw Johnny Barten saw sawIt sawft W WIt
It too I and Johnny laughed at each encbother ef1bother eachother
other I saw Tom die a hole In the thaground tbeBround theground
ground by his chair with Ids shoe beel beelT
T 1 saw the tb hole too I saw Jest now the thacaterer tbecaterer thecaterer
caterer drive np to the back door and andleave sndleave andleave
leave a lot of baskets aad boxes sod a afreezer atreZer afreezer
freezer of Icecream all packed to keep keeptill kee keetill keetill
till we should be called In to supper suppersee I Isee Isee
see the timekeeper looking at her watch watchso
so I guess the time fer seats see things UtIR S ts tsnp Isap s sup
np Goodie hope It t will seen sees e R be time to toeat toeat toeat
eat Times Tl es called Oeedby
Some Interesting Livingstone Facts about David DavidLivingstone DavidLivingstone J
this thl opportunity made br himself blm8 ln lnWt8 M hdwas Mwas
was obliged to walk each day from tre BlaB Blantyre Blaatyra BlaBt1re
tyra to Glasgow a distance ef nine miles milesas Ileaas
as ha still kept employment la the cotton cottoamills cottOBmills cottonmills
mills during the summer summerIn
In 183S 18 S David Livingstone west to Loadon Loudon Loa Loadon
don where be > was accepted by the LOB LOBdon Loadon London
don Missionary Society as a candidate candidateFor ca dldate dldateFor
For two years be studied theology and aadU1e andthe ad adthe
the els classics sales and practiced preaching g la
1840 he lo was granted Bted the degree ef medi mediclae DletlJelse medicise
else from the Faeslty of Physicians and aedSergeoM ad8urgeoDS andSurgeons
Surgeons In Glasgow He was a man Is Isspired Iaspired inspired
spired by deep sympathies for his fellow fellowmaa fellowman
man and he aid oaee tbat In n the glow glowof low lowof
of love which Christianity Inspires I have haveresolved hats hatsresolved bueresolved
resolved to devote my life to tbe allevia alItftJon aheviaties alleviation ¬
ties of human misery miseryAnd mIH17AD4 miseryAnd
And so II be followed followed out tbe promptings promptingsof s sof
of a noble heart and tl d gave his life to toe toeralstloaary ctaemlKlo themissionary
missionary mlKlo ary cause It was this which ml mlhim HtJhim redhim
him Into Darkest Africa amid cruel cruelbloodthirsty cruelbloodthlrty cruelbloodthirsty
bloodthirsty savages over buralag ralc de deserts deserts doBerta ¬
serts through daBferoa leagtei where wherethe wilerthe whetthe
the grim rllll specter s ter Death lurked fer the thawhite tJaewhlte8 thewhite
white whlte8 aaa It was his eve for hvmaa hvmaaIty II IIIty knmanIty
Ity that separated rat him II from wife wit chil children bl bldreo ¬ j
dren and home and canned ea him Itl te Hvork Hvorkwork work workwerkl workwork
work werkl and Mrs not back bc t tlfi brakes la
health b beattb lta by hardship and aa 8 unnatural unnaturalmode raeatnralmode satura saturautOdl
mode ef living be fell late aa a Illness Illnesswhich IUneswllk1J illnesswhich
which ended e ded In death at the little village villagecalled TlIlagecalled villagecalled
called lisle IB Central Africa May 1 t
1673 18i3llia
1673His
His remains rest rt > 5t In Westminster Ab ¬
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