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  2. A PARDONABLE DECEPTION.

    "But, Bella, you can't possibly be thinking of giving up Paul because of his misfortune? You don't really mean to break your engagement? I ...

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  3. POULTRY YARD.

    Bathing the legs in pure kerosene is the best known remedy for scaly leg. This will kill the parasite that produces the unsightly disease and thus cure it. ...

    Article : 504 words
  4. THE END OF A JOURNEY.

    "Do you know what to-morrow is, John?" The old man started. lie had been gazing into the fire till he was half ...

    Article : 2,260 words
  5. THE MYSTERY OF A LOST NECKLACE.

    "You want to know what was the most curious experience I ever had? Well, sir, it is rather difficult to decide that question—so many have been curious in ...

    Article : 1,914 words
  6. THINGS TO FORGET.

    Forgetting has its pleasures, because [?] permits the closing of the mind's eyes harsh experiences and depressing [?] dents. The "blues" are a common ...

    Article : 175 words
  7. SOME WINTER RULES.

    Never lean the back upon anything, that is cold. Never begin a journey until the breakfast has been eaten. ...

    Article : 177 words
  8. TOO SHARP FOR THE MINISTER.

    A well-known preacher was once making a pedestrian excursion in a wild rural district. Feeling rather hungry he looked at his watch to see if it as ...

    Article : 93 words
  9. A REQUISITE IN POULTRY RAISING.

    All classes of people may go into the raising of poultry and do it successfully. Sex is no bar to success. In fact, very many of our most successful poultry ...

    Article : 294 words
  10. ANIMAL INTELLIGENCE.

    We have often heard that animals hare intelligence, and have read many instances of what they know. Perhaps we have had some pet of our own that has done ...

    Article : 190 words
  11. BOYS WILL BE BOYS.

    Boys will be boys, well, so 'tis said, By those who ought to know, But if they're rightly clothed and fed, Soon into men they'll grow; ...

    Article : 202 words
  12. VALUE OF EARTHWORMS.

    Earthworms are valuable aids to the farmer, as they work over a good deal of soil. Every time a worm is driven by dry weather, or any other cause, to ...

    Article : 116 words
  13. IRISH REPARTEE.

    A stateman who shall remain anonymous, but whose recent tour in Ireland caused some speculation in the political world, is responsible for this ...

    Article : 486 words
  14. BEST AGE FOR FATTENING FOWLS.

    Many experiments, which have lately been carried out to ascertain the best age for fattening and marketing chickens, go to show that the best age is from four ...

    Article : 116 words
  15. HARVEST.

    The golden legend of the harvest field Is here belied. Doth labour count for aught? The grey rain smothers o'er the soddened ...

    Article : 218 words
  16. POTATO CULTURE.

    Land to raise good potatoes should be high and dry. It should be light and porous to a considerable depth so as to be not only in good condition in the ...

    Article : 153 words
  17. BORIC ACID FOR SORE TEATS.

    "F.N.B.," writing to Hoard's "Dairyman" on the use of boric acid for cows with sore teats, says:—"I notice in your I paper remedies for sore, damaged, and ...

    Article : 138 words
  18. HIS FIRST THOUGHT.

    Dr. John Watson, perhaps better known as "Ian Maclaren," in a brilliant address on Scotch humour, told a story which well illustrates the ...

    Article : 120 words
  19. PRICE OF A SHAVE.

    A man walking through the suburbs of a certain large city noticed a barber's polo to which was attached a sighboard with the inscription, "Shaving One Penny." ...

    Article : 273 words
  20. GREEN TOMATOES.

    For green tomato pickles, cut green tomatoes in thick slices, without peeling them. Lay them in a weak brine, using a cupful of salt to a gallon of water. Let ...

    Article : 225 words
  21. A WATCH AS A COMPASS.

    A few days ago I was standing by an American gentleman, when I expressed a wish to know which point was the north. He at once pulled out his watch, looked ...

    Article : 212 words
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    A man's greatest achievement, once accomplished, begins immediately to recede, and becomes less and less in his eyes. No really great man has ever reposed on ...

    Article : 112 words
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