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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Farmer — 9 January 1884

m %P jf LT Meiers' Club. COHDUCTKD BY Uw. B. V. .<IXG. i depart* ment should b« addressed to Mrs. U. V KING, Helton. Texan. l.ITTl.t: TIIIMON. [hklkrtkd it y annie.] The sharoust thorns are alwaj s small. And painful are the stinjn Of little insects that uufidd The tiniest of win*" The vessel that in safety rode I he liillows' inijihlv reach, 'Mill briefer waves may separate. And stand upon the beach. A hasty word, an unkind look, False hearts that once were true, (I nrk weeds that sprang up in the path Where only rose* jcrew:) The careless smiles when ure besought The sympathizing tear— Are tliórss that rankle in thu flesh With agony severe. 'Twere less a martyrdom to yield one's lifefor conscience' sake, Than sutler torture, wrong and shame. Before we reach the stake. A giant sinks beneath the blow < if pebbles, David slings; And I am often crushed beneath The weight of little tilings. These little tilings—these little things! Mere trilles they appear; And yet, likefr.át, th...

Publication Title: Texas Farmer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Farmer — 9 January 1884

S§e"w9*- UFrii'EHS or .vatiusai í¿bas«e &n ... ;■-"' 5lASTk.it—J. J.Cíootlman, I'awliiw'. ilich. Ovihmkku— I'ut Uarileu, Fayette, MU . tdicTKiiKii—Henry EshbauRli, Hsuo*vrf Mo. STKW..UU—A. J. Vaujjhii, M,mphU, t««>u. Asm. Stewabd—Wm. Slnm. Iopeka, Kansas. Oiiai-i.ai.s-S. U. Hill , SprfMboro, Ohio. TaBABUHEU—if. M. McDowell. * * • SBCIustauy—Wm. M. Ireland. Washington. DQatk Kufiu-O. lilnwlddle, Orehard Grove, '"oiuKS—Mr . Uartjyi. Woodman, Paw Paw, Mi'r.ktgan. ...... Pomona—Mary I.ou Dardun, fayett , Mié . Vlora—E. M. Nicholson, Camden, N.J. L. A. S.—II. A. Sims. Topeka. Kausas. executive committee. Henley James, Marion, Indiana, Chairman, 1). W. Aiken, Cokesliury, S. B., Secretary. Wiu. CI. Wayne, Seneca Kail , New jork. nrrit'EKK TEXAH STATF. gbahoe. Master—A. J. Rose, Salado, Overseer—J. 15. Look, Husk. Leottirer—J. F. Fuller, Helton. Steward—W. M. llialock, Marshall. Asst. Steward— !. C. Alexander Glitulngs. Chaplain—C. li Holll , HollU. Treasurer—J. It. llonry, Mexla. Se...

Publication Title: Texas Farmer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Farmer — 9 January 1884

The Good and Beauty of the Grange, straiuing iuflucuce of refiued female ' John F. Shultz, of New York City, society. The Orange interferes not¡ proposese in the Scientific American The longer we labor in this noble' w'1*' ,he domestic concerns ot its pro- the following method for changing aud good Order, the more we become feasors. The members are their own the track of tornadoes: Take one attached to its precepts and its de- tree agents aud can act according to | keg or barrel of common rifle or cau- sigus. vVe glauco in to the future, aud ,',0'r own way—but in accordance; non powder to the limit of your city comprehend the great aud mighty ; jothe laws of the country. The Grauge . or town where it is approached by a ling hand is uot confined to the distribution of tornado. Fix to it an artillery prim- work, in which the great ruliug of Providence has assigned it. We commence at the soil, which gives birth to overv thing that exists, aud to benefit the tiller ot the soil aud farme...

Publication Title: Texas Farmer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Farmer — 9 January 1884

MS I tnlinii and ClerniHii Bee * L. L. Lnagnroth summitrlstwi iha coiuptti'ttiiv*' merit of the Italian umi iiertiiau varieties of Iwcs a« follow#: I VVln'u' lute forage is s arce, • in* Ital- ians stop breeding much earlier than the black*. 2. The Italian*, nulenn stimulated by judicious fcediug, «lo uot resume breeding tu* early a* the blacks. 8. The Italian* are much more inclined to build drone comb than tin blacks. 4. The blacks arc more read} than the Italian* to work in surplus honey receptacles not closely connect- ed with the main hive. 6. The comb honey made by the blacks from lijiht- colorcd supplies is usually inore attrac- tive than that stored from the sume sources by the Italians. 6. Willi the queen of the current year, the black will hardly ever swarm, white, long al- ter the usual swarming season, youua Italians queeus will often lead oil swarms. 7. Black bee*are uutch more sensibly «Heded by the loss of their queen than the Italians. 8. In bit till iug. an Iialiau ...

Publication Title: Texas Farmer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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