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  3. DON'T REST YOUR LADDER ON THE CLOUDS.

    If a young fellow were to go out into the street with a very long ladder and rest the end of it, not against the front of a substantial house or a ...

    Article : 926 words
  4. ABOUT TRAMPS.

    One fact I have learned concerning the tramp (says a humorous writer), which is at variance with my own and, I rather fancy, most other people's ...

    Article : 458 words
  5. YOU OWE [?] TO YOUR MOTHER

    To manifest an interest in whatever interests or amuses her. To seek her comfort and pleasure in all things before your own. ...

    Article : 373 words
  6. LIVE FISH OUT OF WATER.

    Dr. Eugene Erlwein, a German scientist, is keeping fish alive out of water. Surely this is a feat! In his laboratory he has a large glass case like a ...

    Article : 287 words
  7. SHOULD WOMEN ALWAYS WOO AND PROPOSE?

    From time immemorial it has been decreed that men must woo and women wait to be wooed, and that even to take advantage of a leap year was ...

    Article : 323 words
  8. TACT AGAINST TATTLE.

    "It is curious," remarked a shrewd society woman, "that although we all unite in condemning scandal, yet few of us can resist the temptation to at ...

    Article : 198 words
  9. WATCH LITTLE WEAKNESSES.

    One of the strangest paradoxes in human nature is that men and women, struggling apparently with all their might to succeed, are yet constantly ...

    Article : 212 words
  10. Something Unusual.

    A certain scientist is said to be a hard task-master to his assistants and domestic servants. Being detailed once to accompany a ...

    Article : 297 words
  11. BE WISE.

    A wise woman nver tells her husband that slhgives him this or that for dinner because she knows what i best for him. A man will willingly ...

    Article : 138 words
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  13. Then He Brightened Up.

    They occupied a rustic seat 'neath the spreading elm, the pale moonbeams fell gently through the leafy boughs, and shed o'er each their soft ...

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