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T h e T rail of the B e a d :
THE STRANGE EXPERIENCE
* 1 « OF DR. ROBERT HARLAND »I«
ai l i f e
dtf li H
In my heart, though, Indeed, I pretend
ed to father that I had forgotten he ex
isted. But the next instant Ueski had
dropped down on one knee, taking tujr
hand and kissing it.
“ I am a dog, Fraulein!” he said sim
ply. “ I did not tuink of what 1 spoke.
But it is the thing for which 1 forget
all else— to meet this man who killed
my son. F or your father and yourself,
have no fear.
It is I that will ever
watch. You trust me, Fruuleiu
“ Indeed, Ueski, I do,” I answered him;
and so we parted.
(T o be continued.)
the W e k l y
D eatroytnir W e e d .,
There are tw o ways o f completely
By B. FLfTCHLR ROBINSON and J . MALCOLM FRASER
destroying weeds. One is to let them
have the opportunity to grow, aud. by
(Copyright, I90S. by Joseph B. Bowles)
frequently cultivating them, turn them
under as fast as they make th eir ap
pearance; the other being to crowd
M IS T A K E S OF R U S S IA N P O LIC E .
H air-B a lls,
W e are frequently asked what causes them out by grow ing some crop that
C H A P T E R X X I I I . — (Continued.)
the stream. As we rose the further slope Cmsur’m L » w O fficer« D eclared tc lie
hair-balls. These concretions are pro w ill not give the weeds a chance to
“ W e shall soon have news,” he said through a wood of scattered pines, the I
E x lr e a ie ly Stupid.
by the animals licking them grow. No system o f cultivation will
(uietly. “ For information that will lead moon came peering out from behind two j The Czar a whole bureaucracy has for
to his arrest, I have offered the police, bare and lofty peaks that towered above ye:irs beeu ao thoroughly detested by selves or other animals. As a result kill ail the weeds i f a crop Is desired
o f this habit the hulrs swallowed are — such as corn— fo r the grass
here and on the continent, a reward of us into the southern night, lighting their
all classes o f Russians that now It is
five thousand pounds.”
Icy summits so that they glittered like
carried around by the contractions of weeds w ill only be kept down so long
H e spoke the truth. News came soon. blades of polished steel. It was a scene m ainly tilled by the least Intelligent of the stomach and gradually assume the as cultivation lasts, especially as corn
of such melancholy desolation that as our the population. And o f these the police form o f a small pellet or ball. These Is usually "la id by” at a tim e when
W e were lunching together in Qraden’e horses halted on the crest of the hill, I are the worst, says Ernest Poole in the
Increase in size as fresh quantities of the weeds are producing seeds, thus es
Chambers on the fourth day after their lowered the window, thrusting out my W orld To-Day. I m yself was arrested
hair are introduced into the stomach, tablishing themselves for the succeed
departure, when the telegram arrived. head for a better view.
several times, as so many correspond
My cousin opened It. As he read, I saw
In front of us the white road curled ents are, and I found the police in ev which become adherent to the surface ing year. As a test o f what supposed
o f the hair-ball. These hair-balls are clean culture o f corn may be, simply 1529— Siege of Vienna abandoned bv th. I
the line of his Jaw set and harden. Then down into a gorge, an ink-black wedge
ery Instance the most dense o f mortals. found most frequently in the reticulum cut down a row o f stalks and a row
he handed it across the table. This was of shadow that drove into the distance
between silver cliffs bright
or second stomach, although sometimes o f weeds w ill remain. As a single weed
scores of stories about this stupidity. in the rumen. In calves, hair-balls are
“ Fear we are In great peril. Come at moonlight.
porter of the Stuart cause in Ire
produces thousands o f seed, the labor
land. born. Died July :*i, pwg,
generally found In the fourth stomach. o f destroying the weeds must be re
“ Is this the place you spoke o f f ” I
The realization o f those words must asked.
Some tim e ago a man threw a bomb There are no certain symptoms
1622— Peace o f Montpelier, ending the I
by peated next season.
have com ^to me slowly, for it was Gra-
at a governor, killed him and escaped. which we can determine the presence
den's h a ) ! « on my arm that woke me
Grind the Huy uud S tover.
you want to know,” growled my cousin T h e government sent all over the em o f hair-bulls, aud therefore no treat-
1728— City of Copenhagen, Denmark
from the stupor into which I had fallen.
nearly destroyed by fire.
A lfa lfa meal is a standard commod
Even then I could hardly understand. from amongst his wraps. “ Also, I wish pire a placard and two photographs o f j ” e n T caiT"to r W m e n d e d
“ There is a train at two-twenty,” said you would have the goodness to shut the assassin, his front view and his | cngeg_ xh e w all, 0f the reticulum have ity on the feed market, yet I see but 1775— Continental Congress adopted the j
profile. And three weeks later a po- ,n
cage8 been fouml transfixed little in print as to the results o f feed
Pine Tree Flag.
he. “ Can you be ready in five minutes?” that window.”
But the remembrance of what he had lice man in western Siberiu telegraphed:
how can the man— how can
with nails or pieces of wire, and yet ing It, but the few dairymen, says L. 1777— Gen. Gates defeated Gen. Bur-1
Marnac have discovered where they
“ H ave captured both criminals and the animals during life had not shown \V. Llghty In National Stockman, I
goyne at Saratoga.
sent my eyes to the driver's box. As I
are?” 1 stammered.
am bringing them to Petersburg.”
any symptoms q f indigestion, but had heard speaking about the experience 1779— End of siege at Savannah, Ga.
“ In five minutes, I said!” he harked
A t m idnight in Petersburg an inno died from maladies not Involving the they had with it seemed very favor
I did not expect to see more than the
1781— Americans and British opened bat- I
ont. “ You have no time to waste.”
cent peace-loving professor stood on a second stomach.— S t Louis Globe-Dem able. A prominent Pennsylvania dairy
tie at Yorktown, Va.
W e had still a quarter of an hour to fellow's hat; but, to my surprise, there
man a few days ago told me he Is 1783— American Congress voted to dis-1
■pare when our cab rattled over the
o f the Neva. H e was thinking o f a rival
about putting In grinding machinery
cobbles o f the station-yard.
band the Revolutionary army on I
H an d s Bair H older.
cousin took the tickets, I stood at the the mystery explained itself. The man professor who had a new theory about
that will handle the timothy and mixed
T o construct this bag holder make hay and reduqe them to a fine ground,
bookstall, staring at the backs of the nov
1797— Bonaparte and Austrian Emperor I
els, with that call for help twisting in a
‘T h a t man,” said the professor aloud, a funnel with fqur boards 10 Inches crushed condition. Who ever tried this
concluded treaty of Campo Formio.
dreary chant through my head.
“ In Graden,” said I, pulling in my head.
long, 12 Inches wide at to p ; 7 Inches practically? Is there any available In 1906— Battle of Ilalle.
“ is the dullest idiot in Russia.”
great peril. Come at once,” so it ran,
Instantly a big policeman pounced wide at bottom ; take four laths 1 and formation In the experiment station re
Second battle o f P o lto sk .. .Frenehl
over and over again.
Several passing my voice had been lost in the loud com
I (HOES I
upon him out o f the darkness and w ith
ports? I would not like to commit my
m ilitary forces abandoned Moscow.
strangers turned and regarded me curi plaining of the brakes as we trotted
self, but It seems to me theoretically 1813—
ously over their shoulders.
Bonaparte defeated at Leipsic,
poor old professor shook w ith terror.
that we could do the rougher p art of
I do not think we spoke more than
1815— Island of Jamaica devastated by aJ I thil.lI •
“ W hy am
I nrrested?” he cried.
once before reaching Dover. I asked if cried, leaning towards him. “ I suppose
the chewing cheaper with gasoline or
bo had telegraphed a reply. H e had done
"W h a t is my crim e?”
alcohol power than with cow power. It
If I CO
1826— Last lottery sanctioned by the EngJ
so, he sail), at Charing Cross.
•‘H igh treason I” growled the police
has been amply demonstrated that
I reached no further, for at that in man.
There was a brisk sea running in the
feeding the cow easily digested feed
Channel, but I felt no sickness. Indeed stant there rose from without a cry of
1834— Old Houses cf Parliament, Lon-| lire mad.
the passage did me good; fer I behaved such utter terror that J sank back into
“ Oh, don’t try to fool m e! You called
quite sanely as we passed our bags my place as If struck in the face by a
I wear Ion
W onders o f Concrete.
1842— Grace Darling died.
I saw a falling body
through the Calais enstoma.
H ere are some concrete iiossibllitles. 1848— Mormon temple at Nauvoo, IllJ I I th
"H e a v e n s !” cried the horrified pro
Into the train again, and on into the Hash by the right-hand window; the out
night that had fallen. I had a sleeping cry of the brakes ceased with a grating fessor, the spectacles fallin g from his
I * the botl
sidpwulks, fences, water troughs, cis 1856— Fatal panic at the Surrey Gardensj ■
berth reserved In the wagon-lit, bnt I did clang. And then, with a bound like that nose. “ W hy should you think I was
terns, water tanks, shelves, cesspools,
I tiff. Ask
music hall in London.
not visit It. Sometimes a fury of im of a leaping horse, the great post-car speaking o f the Czar?”
in sist i
floors o f all kinds In the cellar, 1802— The Confederate, Gen. Morgan, oc-| laad
patience seized me, so that I paced the riage rushed roaring down the hill.
( hst Color i
The big policeman stopped and looked
I thrust out my head, clinging to the
Write fo r
corridor, peering out Into the moonlit
country that went sliding by, In its never- sills of the open window.
curbs, horse blocks, stalls, hog pens, 1863—
Departments of the Cumberland
“T h e dullest idiot in Russia,” he said
The man upon the box seat was lash
varying sequence of plain and woodland
troughs, chicken housen, corn cribs, Ice
and Mississippi consolidated and
and steeple-crowned village; but, for the ing the horses so that they sprang for slowly, searching his memory. “ Who
houses, Incubator cellars, mushroom
placed under command of C pd I
Even as I else could you have meant?”
most part, I sat huddled in my chair— ward in furious bounds.
cellars, bolted frames, bridge
Heaven help us! What tor watched, he cast away his whip with a
ments, chimneys, ventilators,
Gen. Sheridan victor at battle of
A ll H o m m H ate C am el«.
ture an active mind inflicts upon poor peal of wild laughter that sounded high
Cedar Creek, Va.
foundations, fence posts,
Smoking a clay pipe, the circus actor
humanity! Grant a man the imagina above the turmoil of the flying hoofs and
tion of an ox, and many are the woes he the heavy wheels. H e turned hia head, sat In the winter training quarters.
clothes posts and hitching posts. There 1871— President Grant suspended writ ol
bending sideways, the reins held loosely
will he spared!
habeas corpus in nine counties o|
Is one farm where the post and rail
Under his supervision a thin boy was
Dawn stole out on us at Basle, and
fences and the feed bins nre concrete,
learning to ride erect on a quiet horse
we stood upon the platform, our faces
and In another even the lattice under 1874— Marriage of Gen. Frederick
Ilia hat had gone, his white hair with a broad, flat back.
showing pale in the tints*) curtain of the
Grant and Miss Ida M. Honoré.
the house piazza and the laundry stove
" I n some towns they won’t let us
sky that hung above the snow-clad ridges streamed backward in the wind. And
show,” said the man, “ unless we have 2 Inches, 3 ^ feet long, and fasten on are made o f it. Cases o f this kind are 1898 -Spanish evacuation of 1’orto KicJ
to the westward. The air was very cold, lie was mad— mad with an open insanity
funnel for feet, with sufficient slnnt extreme and Impractical,
but not with the English bitterness in its of which I had observed no trace be no camels w ith us. Camels are a seri
H e shrieked at me in triumph, ous drawback to shows. Horses are so to stand steadily ; drive four small Farming.
1899— Arthur T . Hadley assumed th|
waving his hand now to the horses, now much afraid o f them that lots o f towns nails In funnel, 3 Inches from bottom,
presidency of Yale University..
W e had half an hour to wait. Graden
V alu e o f W e ig h t In Horaea.
Rev. I)r. W. II. P. Faunae installel
at corners, to hesok bag on. For filling
despatched a second telegram to Pontre- to the chasm beyond the four-foot wall won't let a camel enter their gates.
ns president of Brown University. .1
Slna, marking the progress of our Jour
" A horse won’t go near a piece o f corn In ear In phosphate sacks, the
with furious gesticulations. Even as I
Boers defeated by the British at ba|
ney. H e also wired to Thusis, ordering
funnel should be made larger, so corn weight In the case o f a heavy draft
write, I seem to see those eyes staring ground a camel has stood on. The very
horse is worth from 25 to 50 cents
tie of Dundee Hill.
• carriage to meet our train.
at me ont of the white paper— eyea gog smell o f a camel In the air w ill make could be rendily shoveled in with grain
more per hundredweight when making 1901—
Bi-centennial of Yale Univereitj
gling with the lust of murder. Heaveu a horse tremble and sweat. And this shovel.— Farm Progress.
a sale. A fnrmer is in position to feed
C H A P T E R X X IV .
send that time will wipe that remem fear isn’t only found occasionally in a
The sun was up, very red and bold, as
as cheaply as any professional feeder. 1902— Lord Kitchener appointed to com
BI b Demand fo r Pork.
brance from my brain!
horse here and there. It Is found in
w e passed through Zurich; and where It
maod the British forces in India. J
I shrank back into the carriage, that every horse ail over the world. Queer,
The demand for ]>ork this year has Tq sell well on the market horses must
touched the great lake, the waters shone
Typhoon on coast of Japan; 50.00J
rocked aud swung and danced beneath
astonished even the most sanguine be fat, sleek and well groomed. The
scarlet as blood under the slanting rays.
houses destroyed.. . .Total eclipse i
me. Graden’s huge shoulders almost
friends o f the hog.
Both fresh and buyers demand fat. I f one has time
B efore us the Alps were heaving upward
blocked the other window; but I caught Cattle hate dogs In the same way, and cured meats have been taken in large to give proi>er exercise and light work,
growing mightier every hour, with the
sight o f the glint of his revolver in the cats hate dogs so, too. Here, though,
Creseeus trotted mile In 1:59%.
something may be added to the value 1903—
pinnacles of their strunge frost kingdoms
moonlight. Was it to be man or horse? we can account for the hatred. Dogs in
Alaskan boundary fixed.
o f the horse, and It w ill be ready to
blushing In the early sunshine. Ily eleven
One or the other, if we were not to leap prim itive times fed on cattle, no doubt, were so high that they were e x a c te d
o'clock we had left the open country,
President Roosevelt invited poweR
the precipice at the first sharp turn. Sud and even to-day, here and there, they to check consumption. There are three go right into the heavy work q f a city
passing into a labyrinth of valleys,
to second peace conference at Til
A little additional grooming,
reasons why this condition has existed buyer.
denly he shouted, and again I struggled kill and feed on kittens.
crowned with pines, wnlting black and
H agu e... .President directed SeerJ
and still exists. First is the prosjier- together with blanketing, for a month
to my post. In the darkness down the
silent on their snow earpetB, scored with
"Horses love dogs. I ’m sure I don’t
tary T a ft to go to Panama to rear
w ill also add a good bit to the selling
road was the glimmer of lights. Nearer
torrents aud patched with frozen tarns.
sure people of the pacific intentioij
and nearer they drew, and I, too, raised know why. Dogs fear no animals but cured meats. The Southern trade was price.
Coire was reached by half-pnst one, and
of the United States.
my voice in a scream of warning. The pumas and leopards. You can take t never larger than It is to-day. Next
the narrow gauge of the Thusis line enr
laat fifty yards we took in one bound— dog up to a lion's or a tiger’s cage and
P s c k t n s a n d S to rin e A p p les .
ried us through meadows and brushwood
Is the growing foreign trade, which
from Washington on a tour of tlj
or ao it seemed. I saw a carriage grow he w ill show no fear, but take bint up
Ilf* In 1
The apples that are to be kept over
morasses until we crossed the upper
out of the shadow that the cliffs above us to the cage o f a puma or a leopard and like our own, seems to proceed regard winter must be carefully picked from
Rhine and drew into the station which
drew across the road; I saw our leading he w ill tremble and moan and slink less o f prices. And, finally, the people
le set under the cliff bastions, outworks
R A N C H E S B E C O M E CITIES.
o f this cquutry have learned to eat the trees by band, as every apple that
horao swing to the left and leap blindly
away out o f sight.
o f the Alp citadels beyond.
Its consumption Is unprece
at the low wall that hid heaven knew
It was then three of the clock. There
F o r t n n f * B e l n s r M a d e In T ra n sfo n
" A ll very puzzling, isn't It?” — Phila
whnt frightful depths below; and then,
dented in our history, and is still grow rendered unfit fo r the barrel, any In
were stlll«forty miles left of our Journey
In ff T exaw P a n h a n d le .
with a tottering alide that aeeined to delphia Bulletin.
ing. There has been no shortage in
t—a ten hours’ drive over the passes to
The western land fever which soj
wrench the heart out of me, we curled,
begin with one apple all the others
years ago attacked Oklahoma and tlv
thq distant Engadiue.
A physician, partisan o f the cure by numbers of hogs, but a vastly Increased
aa n motor skid*, into one thunderous
A carriage with three horses was wait
shifted to Canada, is now raging vlrule
suggestion, met the son o f a friend and demand. This Is why prophecies based
crash that blotted out the world.
Apples must be stored in ly in Texas. In the last two years pn
ing to our order without the station.
on hog supplies have failed and are diseased.
asked how his fath er was.
MRS. H A R L A N D 'S N A R R A T IV E .
a cool place, but should not freeze. tically all the big ranches in the Teu
W e entered it at once, and the driver
“ Not at all w ell," said the child. “ He likely tq fall in the future.— National
Jj** la t e s t
swung his team into the Tiefeukasteil
It Is the alternate changing o f temper Panhandle have been bought by land ooj
aays he is very 111.”
CH APTER XXV.
joad. F ifty francs from Graden had Im
f« t i t f r o i
ature that damages them In storage. panies. These have arranged with
I have been asked by my dear husband
"W h a t nonsense! T e ll him from me
pressed him with the necessity for haste.
railroads to run excursion trains from I
H andllnw the Ynrniw Horae.
Y et our progress was insufferably tedi to conclude the story of which he has that he only thinks he Is 111!”
I t Is so easy to ruin a young horse pies sbquid be as uniform as possible, far east as Indianapolis at half fsfi
Some days a fte r the doctof met the or let him lose his life that It Is a won
ous. Once across the bridge, we dropped placed the greater part before you.
Their eastern agents gather up the h r ]
and sent to the market In an attractive
Into a walk, while our straining team should have preferred that he had not same boy. “ W ell, how la your father?’’
ers who will come, and these are
der people are not more careful. Coun form.
tnggcil heavily up the pass of Schyn. tried to recall details which I know he
bunched at Kansas City, Wichita or
“ Oh, doctor, he thinks he Is dead.” — try boys often think it “ smart” to
T o our left the ridge barred the v iew ; but
Reno, and there westerners who kiwi
II Mondo Umorlstieo.
P ro fit In Sm all F rn lt.
BER S I
on the right, narrow valleys sliced deep
Ten acre* q f small fruits w ill often the land thoroughly and can talk a mail
the first trip.
It looks dashing and
Into the glittering heights above gave us his friends, I am ready to take every
my into a purchase take charge.
I »»ot take oi
■hare of the burden that he will yield
brave, hut It Is really senseless. A make a man more truly prosperous
sight of the stately peaks that senti
Amarillo, Texas, is the center of tl f . * " « ! « , Kte
“ W hat became o f that contortionist
than ten times as much land In wheat big land boom. Two years ago it wail [foods.
nelled the eastern sky. In an hour we to me.
. 1 money o®
you used to advertise as the ‘boneless
had entered the forest of Versaaon— for
cattle shipping point, the center of tl
on a paved street o f a town the first
such, I have learned, is its name— and that Sir Henry had summoned from Po wonder'?“ queried the reporter.
time It was taken there and broke Its in actual capital Invested, but he w ill gigantic L X ranch, with several hal I th e irvju
so cllmlied on through the dismal ave
leg. It wns bewildered by the noise be getting a larger net Income, and dred inhabitants. To-day It has 9.0*1
nues of fines till we passed through gal any incident that is worthy of descrip museum manager. “ He's getting >500
The and nightly people have to sleep on tl
crowds and had never felt the doing it with less severe toll.
leries and tunnels, hewn deep in the cliff
a week doing a fem ale Impersonation
small farm well tilled, whether It be streets for lack of accommodations. T l
side, out into the barren snow fields one»
act and posing fo r the illustrations in
in fruits, dairy, vegetables, etc., Is al old ranch was 27 miles wide and 60 lonj
and was all under fence. There
a fashion magazine.”
**•» *-r- (E:
the Journey very well. But this neces
your sons and all the boys In the most always the most satisfactory. The 1.200 sections, or nearly 770.000 sc
The enn was setting ss we rattled over
sity for giving a false name annoyed
aeighborhood w ill hitch np the colt. A principal capital needed to start such The company bought the land orifinall
the pavement of the hill village of Tief-
him extremely. It was the first time in
[ gon n u
Mayme— W h y did you allow him to aolsy, yelling crowd Is enough to scare a farm Is a level head and knowledge for 29 cents an acre.
enkastell, that crouched in the shadows
his life that he had done ao, he said, and
q f the business.
The land boom in ihe Panhandle
turn down the gas?
* steady horse, and a young one w ill
o f the Alhula Gorge. The dying rays
I had some difficulty in persuading him
gan when the company that owned tl
struck fiercely on the distant peaks, un not to confess the whole circumstances
Edyth— Oh, m erely ont o f curiosity, j try to Jump out o f Its skin when sur-
PnatnrliiK C lover.
much divided it np into sections
til those pale Ice maidens found roay to the manager ou the day after our ar I wanted to see i f be would try to kiss rounded by a lot o f youngsters eager
Clover Is Injured when cattle
a r e ___________
it at from $1.500 to $ 1 ^
blushes for such reckless gallantry. It rival.
for fun. It may be fun for them, but
permitted on the field when the land :a section. A fourth of the land is yet a
* of the big
was s spectacle of lutiuite grandeur, and,
It was on the fourth day o f onr visit,
Mayme— And was your curiosity sat the future usefulness o f the animal Is
Is very wet. There Is a temptation to I*01'1- but the company has gathered in »1 ** Yery dooi
dt-spita my iinpatiencs, I leaned from about five in the evening, that we re
tt stake.— Richardson, in
the window watching the light fade and ceived a telegram from lamdon. It read:
allow cows to use the clover
f ° r (he land disposed ot- IJ
Edyth— I should say not.
H e only Stockman.
whiten Into the opals o f the after-glow.
“ W e are coming at once.— Graden.”
acjne, but any gain by so doing Is si” *ale Tah,e is now fr >m ,10
“ W e can thank our luck that there's a
Aa can be imagitied, we were very
ways at the expense o f l o s s * aom . * " * ’ ^
ara ° ,h" bi* ranohM in *
T o w n In W i n t e r .
moon," said my cousin, aa I drew hack puxzled about it. W e had sent no mes
I n v l « l ^ l « to Some.
I f cows begin to fall off in milk dur other manner. Cattle do much harm they call it. These are all being cat '
Into my corner.
“ These drivers know sage, and we could not think what was
“H enry," said Mrs. Meeker, as she
ing the winter, a fter being vivo*, „ „ by tram ping; for which reason not and offered to the hungry land seekers. I
the road like a book, but I should like the reason for their sudden determina
even the pasture should be used until
paper. " I don't see the s h u n ,W e o f grain and hay „
our fellow to tee where he'a going in tion. Reski behaved in a moat curious iald
There’ll be a lot of dead towns in tl
point to these everlaM ln , Jokes about (a ln t k m that the quartpr, arp
the grass has made considerable growtti. Panhandle when the bottom drops ont
the Uerguner Stein."
fashion when I told him. It might hare
“ Is it dangerouaT”
lieen the news of some great good for
hat they require some kind o f suecu Close grazing should never be allowed. this boom, as il will ; but while it l«*j
“ No, I suppose not, my dear.” re
“ A ledge for a carriage way, and a tune that had reached him.
the folks are having a good time. MH
lent food. Where ensilage is used. It
precipice for a ditch on the near aide, la
“ I t la very well, very well,” he kept plied Mr. M eeker; "neither doe. the aervee as green food, but on
. Oats fo r C attle.
,r" years " ago
r a r ,,
not particularly pleasant for the nerves on repeating in German— a
Ton for ton, many farmers are find- now. Two-thirds of the business bloc*
where no silo la filled the food may be
when you can't see your hand before which, fortunately, I can apeak, though
Ing out thst unthreshed qats, out when are occupied by land agents,
T h « S h o r t « « th « M o r e .
varied by allow ing sliced carrots or
y «n "
not very correctly.
•T e ll me." said the Boston matron. turnips, though the heat results can he the grain Is In the rather soft dough
“ W hat do you mean?" I asked him.
Ronton*« * n v « l F ir «
‘ You have been here before, then T”
(m ilk y ) state, and cut fine w ith a
"A ch , Franlem ! If the two English “ do you believe In long engagement*?“ f secured by first cooking the turnips "and stalk cutter, are better than meadow
The city of Boston has just installed ■
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men are coming, does it not mean that
ron. “ I never gave that much thought fed warm the cow w ill relish the mess
It was paet six o'clock when we left Marnac ia here?"
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