“An old frying-pan and a small stew kettle joined the supplies; also a little package of "yerb" medicine prepared by Aunt Becky as a specific for fevers.”
“For his sake they had said little; his mother would busy herself in brewing his "yerb" tea, and his brother would offer to saddle the mare if he felt that he could ride, and they would all be very friendly together; and his alien wife would presently slip out unnoticed into the "gyarden spot," where the rows of vegetables grew as they did in the Cove, turning upon her the same neighborly looks they wore of yore, and showing not a strange leaf among them.”
“The ancients, by which I mean the Greeks, set amazin 'store by the yerb.”
“If you were troubled with rheumatism, or a crick in the back, or your "pancrees" didn't act or your blood was "out o 'fix, why, you'd better go up to Looanders' for a spell and soak yourself in that blue mud and let aunt Polly diet ye and dost ye with yerb tea.”
“This, "-- and he shook the bottle he held vigorously --" is genuine yerb wine -- an 'made as I makes it, what do the Wise One say of it?”
“I've left a bottle o 'yerb wine in the bar for' im.”
“There's a chymist in London what pays me five shillings an ounce for a little green yerb I knows on, cos 'it's the on'y med'cine as keeps a millionaire customer of' is a-goin '.”
“He was far more tired than he knew, and remembering the "yerb wine" which Matt Peke had provided him with, he took a long draught of it, grateful for its reviving warmth and tonic power.”
“I finds the yerb, an 'the chymist gits the credit.”
“Helmsley walked beside his companion at an even pace, -- the "yerb wine" had undoubtedly put strength in him and he was almost unconscious of his former excessive fatigue.”
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