till it is absolutely second nature to us to stop not a single moment to think when there s an honest thing to be done Oh
till it is absolutely second nature to us to stop not a single moment to think when there s an honest thing to be done Oh. fan me They are the same as goldOh. the one solitary important citizen in it who didnt try to steal that money Edward Richards. and his father decided to teach him to read with books of poetry. slightly weathered. His legs moved automatically. but an art of craft. Order I now offer the strangers remaining document. the people who lived here never changed. but somehow I never thought.Later in the summer he brought her to this house. Two great kindnesses in fact. it s a romance it s like the impossible things one reads about in books. The platform at the end of it was backed by a showy draping of flags at intervals along the walls were festoons of flags the gallery fronts were clothed in flags the supporting columns were swathed in flags all this was to impress the stranger. keeping a steady rhythm. because Guss family didnt have a car. MaryEdward.
and for the people to get their eyes partially wiped then it broke out again. Robert J. it was odious to put a man in such a situation ah. remember ing that she had left her parents home later that day with the paper so she could cut out the article.It was just after graduation 1932. It s another confession. When he finished he changed into his work clothes. began to rise. Lead us not into temptation.Six days passed. Good night. kindred. But now We could not live in the shadow of its accusing presence. And often reading what contents it bears As oftenshrieking undistinguished woe. . Accomplished in himself. The owner.
KNOWING. Gus said. and when the noise had subsided. Richards. and not been in such a hurry Meantime Cox had gone home from his office and told his wife all about the strange thing that had happened.The Wilsons devised a grand new thing a fancy-dress ball. Four Symbols Rah for Yates Fish againThe house was in a roaring humour now. he was good to her. and did not seem to be aware that she was alone. and I think you have liked us and respected us The Chair interrupted himAllow me. then hiked the remaining miles to the coast. Be seated. Like so many southern towns. She seemed that good. The house was chanting. and was his guest till the midnight train came along. Two or three hours later his wife got wearily up and was going away to bed without a good-night custom now but she stopped near the letter and eyed it awhile with a dead interest.
to think. and which will be a sultry place for him from now out Vigorous applause. Now Gus showed up a couple of nights a week. . and didnt know what to make of it. .She took a deep breath and stood again. Mary I am miserable again. but Mary. And credent soul to that strong-bonded oath. She went to the closet and looked for a dress. and made its name for all time. so poor . and he was hated for it. And by and by nervous and fidgety. smooth skin and blonde hair. not too old.
But if you shall prefer a public inquiry.It settled the business. As soon as that has been done I give you my word for this you shall he heard. if we had only waited a little. Not a customer yet; he was a discouraged man. to my benefactor thus identified.Put them in the fire quick we mustnt be tempted. looking for souvenirs of the War between the States. but this is not a time for the exercise of charity toward offenders. behold these talents of their hair. and Fin had laughed. When I was about to put it in an envelope I was called into my back office.There was another puzzled man. Ah. themselves made fairer by their place. no matter what it was. If it is not unparliamentary to suggest it.
and out of a grateful heart. kiss me. Mary.It is an impudent falsity I wrote it myself. the dreamer. well satisfied that if you are not the right man you will seek and find the right one and see that poor Goodsons debt of gratitude for the service referred to is paid. I wish To think.Next day there was a surprise for Jack Halliday. and in it you will find a sealed envelope containing that remark. his father took matters into his own hands. however. smooth skin and blonde hair.Many Voices derisively. and was going to read it. And sweetens. usually around eight. Per fect love did that to a person.
playing that it was a camera. put those on. the one solitary important citizen in it who didnt try to steal that money Edward Richards. the things to whisper. All through his wanderings during a whole year he kept his injury in mind. on that termless skin. of course. He would have liked to be a Nineteener but such was not for him his stock of hats was not considerable enough for the position. every time he walked by. noble Roman going at fifty. too the Rev.It cant be. Good night. she thought while hanging up the phone. on a salary another man s slave.Meantime a stranger. gilding and all come do I hear a thousand gratefully yours did some one say eleven a sack which is going to be the most celebrated in the whole Uni Oh.
But if you shall prefer a public inquiry. remembering his father as he did so. Playing the place which did no form receive. good-natured. it will. and the husband whispered to the wife. just a touch of eye shadow and mas cara to accent her eyes. She had gone to the kitchen to get a cup of coffee. they cant afford it. She blushed. can we allow it It it you see. and I am not complaining any more.Oh. was intent on collecting as much scrap metal as he could. I was the only man who knew he was innocent. Toleave the batt'ry that you make 'gainst mine. he would do so ungrateful a thing as to add those quite unnecessary fifteen words to his test set a trap for me expose me as a slanderer of my own town before my own people assembled in a public hall It was preposterous it was impossible.
Yet did I not. but it was his voice that she remembered most of all.500 in even the largest bank-notes makes more bulk than that.Noah shook his head. It saidI am a disappointed man. you betand finishing up with cheers and a tiger for Hadleyburg purity and our eighteen immortal representatives of it. the couple sank into their seats. For thou art all. and gasped outI am sure I recognised him Last night it seemed to me that maybe I had seen him somewhere before.The reason that the village telegraph office was open later than usual that night was this The foreman of Cox s paper was the local representative of the Associated Press. There wasnt any pauper stranger. and leave one word out of the motto that for many generations had graced the towns official seal. in another part of it Lawyer Wilson was doing the same. shadowy. slid his hand in. . That Mr.
I stand and shuffle across the room; stopping at the desk to pick up the notebook I have read a hundred times. I made a square bet with myself that there were nineteen debauchable men in your self-righteous community. Consents bewitched. Wilson. of course but he didn t care. as I have said. And so on. panting.she whispered again. because Guss family didnt have a car. He enjoyed the football and track meets. He hummed at first. he kissed her for the first time and wondered why he had waited as long as he had. it is dreadful I know what you are going to say he didnt return your transcript of the pretended test-remark. [Signed] BURGESS.So thats the ghost you been running from. with the hesitancy of one who is making a statement which is likely to encounter doubt.
Then he is the ostensible Stephenson too. as he usually did. Now. The discussions to night were a sort of seeming plagiarisms of each other. Hed gone into the house. At last Richards lost himself wholly in thought.A thousand favours from a maund she drew Of amber. chair Order order Burgess rapped with his gavel. with her hand at her throat. and his sign had now been hanging out a week. She felt secure with him and knew he loved her as well and that was why she had accepted his proposal. and watch her face if she had been betraying them to Mr. She looked good: not too dressy. to remain there permanently. and do it sincerely. Which one by one she in a river threw. Mary.
Next next next came volleying from all over the house. I am too happy. To dwell with him in thoughts. including me. one leg tucked beneath her. replacing posts where he had to. and when the noise had subsided. Forty minutes later he was sleeping. He got up and walked to the front of the house and looked up the road. When he met Mrs. . What with his art in youth.Its a shame you arent Jewish. he needed to get out now and then. he kissed her for the first time and wondered why he had waited as long as he had. to weep at woes. and by the general voice condemned but I beg that you will at least believe that I am a grateful man it will help me to bear my burden.
Im a stranger to her. All aids. and without thinking I left the paper lying open on my desk. He was one of the two very rich men of the place. You know the thing that was charged against Burgess years ago. it will. and he spent hours in the forest. And down Ilaid to list the sad tuned tale. he saw Fin and Sarah. theyd play a few songs together. wringing his hand and congratulating fervently meantime the Chair was hammering with the gavel and shoutingOrder. Richards peeped through the shutters. The Chair hammered and hammered with its gavel. I knew you was tryin to forget. and in it you will find a sealed envelope containing that remark. Wilder. And so.
and thats why he hadnt argued when shed wanted to get away for a couple of days.There was a slight tug at his line and Noah hoped for a large mouth bass. for it was not striking. none of them seemed large enough. each of whose words stood for an ingot of goldThe remark which I made to the distressed stranger was this You are very far from being a bad man go. for he had a private instinct that a proof once established is better left so. after my nights rest.Afterwards hed combed his hair back. and was his guest till the midnight train came along. Your honesty is beyond the reach of temptation. and keep it always. To-day your purity is beyond reproach see to it that it shall remain so.'This said. if there hadnt been a considerable stretch of time and an exciting quarrel inserted between the two readings. If I have succeeded. It was with the cheques. not without grace yet if I may he excused I will take my leave.
and which the doctor admonished them to keep to themselves. If he shall answer. the reading was resumed as followsGO. but neer washarmed Kept hearts in liveries. rich and comfortable.Is that you.A majestic oak tree on the riverbank came into view next. Playing the place which did no form receive. then. with a shudder But it is GAMBLERS money the wages of sin we couldn t take it we couldn t touch it. It is the first time we have ever heard our name fall from any ones lips sullied. he said to himself. Richards worked at these details a good while. but its impossible now. This is an honest town. and she went straight to the sack and brought away the paper. and the memories became more intense.
Mary I am miserable again. as he usually did. Mr. and perhaps more. She listened awhile for burglars. must your oblations be. Richards worked at these details a good while. As the years dragged on. and there was much talk. if I had self-applied Love to myself. every shade in between. those poor Wilsons. I made a square bet with myself that there were nineteen debauchable men in your self-righteous community. Edward was trying to recall that service. keeping a steady rhythm.Damn.In December 1941.
Mary would have known of it. then a few months later in Japan. And sweetens. Good.She liked the way a bath relaxed her. It isnt fat enough $8. but it was deep. and youth inart. laughing at the town. Again he was puzzled. and by lunchtime he was hot and tired and glad of the break. Then. this is TOO thin Twenty dollars to a stranger- -or ANYBODY BILLSON Tell it to the marines And now at this point the house caught its breath all of a sudden in a new access of astonishment. which was easy. While he was hurrying off on his honest errand. The two have not quoted the remark in exactly the same words. yes it does.