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  2. A DEAD MAN'S STEP,

    Doctor Ware and Bruce Deering continued their conversation after the French-woman had passed on. "Sarita," said Bruce, "seems to take ...

    Article : 5,760 words
  3. AN UNSUCCESSFUL WOOING.

    The drummer was leaning up against the hotel counter talking to the clerk. "You look worried about something," said the clerk. ...

    Article : 390 words
  4. THE AGRICULTURIST.

    Particularly in wet seasons and on low, poorly-drained soil, peaches, plums and cherries are often badly injured and sometimes entirely destroyed by what is ...

    Article : 1,512 words
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    Advertising : 54 words
  6. WIT AND HUMOR.

    "Doesn't that sound heavenly?" whispered the younger Miss Gashington, when the groom declared to the bride, "With all my worldly goods I thee endow." ...

    Article : 695 words
  7. THE HOUSEHOLD.

    TO COOK OLD FOWLS.—Simmer slowly for two hours tied in a cloth, then roast them, basting them well. Old fowls cooked thus are often equal to chicken. ...

    Article : 571 words
  8. POETRY.

    I feel the kiss of the dewy Night, As she steps with lily feet Down to the bank of the sapphire pool, Where the waves and the wind-flow'rs ...

    Article : 284 words
  9. A MEXICAN DANCING GIRL.

    A sudden tumult of wild melody, Then, shadowlike, athwart the terrace stair She darts, and pausing in the moonlight there, ...

    Article : 108 words
  10. STRAY THOUGHTS.

    There are people who never hear any music that suits them except when they are playing first fiddle. The labour we delight in physics pain; ...

    Article : 438 words
  11. ETIQUETTE OF THE HAND.

    A lady never extends her hand to a man whose acquaintance she is making. She may or may not shake hands with a lady who is introduced, but she must not give ...

    Article : 120 words
  12. THE COMING MAN.

    A pair of very chubby legs incased in scarlet hoses; A pair of little stubby boots, With rather doubtful toes; ...

    Article : 141 words
  13. WEAR AND TEAR.

    WEAR AND TEAR.—It is not a coincidence, but a deeply significant fact, that the new education, the new political economy the new paychology, the new biology, and ...

    Article : 374 words
  14. INVOCATION TO SPRING.

    Ah! sweetest, fairest spring! Why art thou tarrying? Come, crowned with light, and flowers, and melody! ...

    Article : 137 words
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