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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 July 1891

I State News in Brief. ! Itle police are once more cm the war ]utth. • ime it ih the liohos who roust go. wagon road fr.mi I'ort Ciwenent to liikei ent. built l.\ private sul>scription, bwbwa •<1 for travel. ,niet wnrU.tw.-en Beattle electric light com- > •s has rwulted in the redaction of tln< price ! ly- lights from $12 an.l *14 to $10 an.l $12 • ■oonth. j »ttle has a lawyer who is ■ brother of An ,st Neebe, now doing fifteen years in tbc j M state prison for participation in the j • narket riot. le dead body of a (let man, whoso name hi -osb^wus found in the woods neir Arcadia^ i He had evidently committed sui- 1 .looting binuelf. ,- rejiorted in Seattle last Thursday that j .a«-l Davitt, the well-known Irish jwitriot. j i arrived in the city incognito. However no p person conld l>e found •avid Colyn, a itmiiU l»y or Seattle, w.-i- corn tod to the reform school »n the application of , father. David is 10 years oldbni hi- i«trents I .Id do nothing with him. 'he peop...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 July 1891

PULLMAN HARDW Company. I ay ami \ . [INCORPORATED.] *•«• create ex]wn. • ■ " "X; I'irs ' from . her : DEALERS IN • " • ■' ■ &i play, »wed c ise< H ardware, Stoves & Tinware Farm Machinel ardware, Stoves & Tinware Farm Machinel ' . us a f f;i and Vehicles of aII kinds. 1 ipon ' n-ir rJa. iona Clark's Celebrated . ': 1 cjf - Dot ♦ •to ' 1, it! Buggies, Surreys, Jump-seat Carriages and SprinG Wagons. | - jie< lie cc M \A/T M \A/AnnMQl^^-«~g ! F\A/TOM V¥ AGHMQ L^^^z^^^^^ a =^=^-I^=^-^==^;| >| CIVV I vJIM Ur\ v-/ IMu S^eee?=^— — 5 B h a «< MICHIGAN BUGGIES AND ROAD CARTS AND STANDARD MOWERS AND REAPERS. McCORMICK TWTNE BINDERS. CUNiMIXG'S IMPEOTEI) HEADER FOR LB9l. DINGEE WOODBURY MOWERS. AULTMAN & TAYLOR SEPARATORjS r A.U^ fr TAYLOR PORTABLE AND {STATIONARY ENGINES. AULTMAN & TA-TLOR'S STRAW BURNING TRACTION ENGINE, THE BEST IN THE WOBLL. '"' 5 ' Ideal Wimmii.i L : i " I U Llr\L v¥ B§MSVaiL-LJI American Well Drills—Rd Jacket Pumps, Etc. A goods guaranteed...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 July 1891

Our Neighbors. fiation baa been 'received this j ' * Judge Sullivau, of the Superior i rom Superintendent John __. ! ' | that the Eastern Washington I for the insane, at Medical Lake. in for the reception of patients.— ler. -I Master Thos. Amos, of the B order, will institute a lodpe at Friday night, and also one at Saturday night, says the Com- A royal tune is anticipated and ons of good standiug are extend- Qvita:i<v: So be present. jof our local sportsmen would know the address of the stato fish 3sioner. They have a grieva ' before him. Sawdust is being i into the Pakrase river by oce of Us hero— in fact, the entire width river has been dammed with a rile of sawdust— all in direct viola f the fish law.—Commoner. unaway was seen tearing down street at a break-nock speed Tnes norning, without a driver in the .irt attached. The driver, John i. was picking himself np simul ■sly a few blocks away. The lior.-e 3 young animal which Dillion was voring to initiate into the work re d of...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 July 1891

U| "- HOOT— 5555 ii-. ■ o;:;.t<'<■■-:■:;- Oh' in.l- V"lßt'tU.Kt! Tl"' KlmtitTc.l r. i *el« »»oken A OASCO.X itOJIAXCE. the inhabitant, of „ „ -. «ell know whit„. -'-^ I ,ina, =¥ ■..„„.';:; ii:":- tiil'-i^r.v there mune-casu t v, R lnilK;r of the coni- L^erMUl. CAZ&'&g&S&I the rich! Labarthe of , ofthe^Pper Mill was Thi l'l-''-V;!lhadtl,.," - m W!'s poor. •niaiathfi cabtoii a ™c ln'" ■■■'■ maid of ttie fed the h.- 11 ,i5,,nH St I,"" U er M"l 1-s- The maid of the n^ZTI "'i" district. ! Castagnet, and wa-caU^v of key was born on L^ffi^ 6*^ the don- j warned Hercules. \.', "I 8 IMtote 'an<l wag admitted, the handsome B^^rßßrßtfuny Jjiththepretty jfflSdJSfe thanks to him, the x^i r SeOUS!yand ' making ready to ruin c n""- Miv "^ Let us ha.sten\o JJ t h«" F'' PPP^MiH. .' - liiary donkey ffiS^" 1"! "■"«* a ;-,:-.se,henoe JSj^"^ mules, hence his S^^f.^ as two several college graduates W « >««eda. His master, elder ele -,-?, i' '" ' ll:l" ; ■■•" sons. The elder wo...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 24 July 1891

The Herald. WILFORD ALLEN, Editor AND Publisher TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Q1HY8A.R. ..............' $2.00 «X MONTHS ONLY. . 1.00 ADVBKTIBING RATES km liberal, and mnde known on application in person or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal rates. Give ur a trial. Fr*iikfort's System of Hanks. Of all the schemes designed for small layings and to encourage the pooi to lay by small sums £he penny savings stamp •ystem, established in 1882 at Frankfort on-the-Main, is the most unique. Frank fort is distinguished among European cities by the large average wealth of its , citizens, and by its exceptional promi nence in all that pertains to banking and finance. Many great banking fami lies had their origin in Frankfort, from which branches have been established at Paris, London, Vienna and New York. There are today not less than 200 bank ing houses, public and private, in the city. It might naturally be expected, then, in view of these facts, that some original features in the line of savings ba...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 August 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 41. The Hereild. ■ •■ ___ ___ a Puhlioliml every Friday evening, at Pall nan. Whitman county, Washington. All Advertisements, will be continned and charged for nnti: ordered out. FRIDAY AUGUST 7. 1891. Union Pacific Hniluay. From Pullman, daily: EAST-BOUND: N». 16, Kxpretw. leaves at 5:05 p m N». 92, Mixed, leaves at. 10:00 a m WTiST-BOCND: No. 15, Express, li-ayes at 11:58 a n> No. 91, Mixed, leaves ut, 6:50 p m Main Line, Nos. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly er," carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist Sleepers, Free ('hair Cars and Coaches, between PwrUund and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, Bt. LouiH, Bt. Paul or Chicago. Mian Line, Nos. 3 and 4, "The Limited Fast Mail," carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago. Northern I'arl/ic Jlallroad. OOINO NORTH: Passenger 6.40 a m Freight and Accommodation 10.05 a vi . HOI XI > south: Passenger 6.45 p m Freight and Accommodation 3.35 p m LEWISTON BItAh'OH. Accommodation Arrives 6.15 am Accommodation L...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 August 1891

PULLMAN HERALD. WIIFORD ALLKX, Publisher. P U LLM ... WASH. PACIFIC COAST. | Saloonkeepers Refuse to Pay High License. ■ - MORMON ELDERS AT POMONA One of the Longest and Most Costly Steel Bridges Being Erected at Vancouver. A water famine exists on the hills within the city limits of Los Angeles. The Southern California Editorial As sociation proposes to vi- ; I Flagstaff, A. T., in August. The Sacramento Typographical Union has indorsed the nine-hour system, toico into effect October 1. The Pine Nut (Nev.) gold discovery is attracting men from all directions. A townaite has been laid out. The Boards of Equalization in South ern California are making radical reduc tions on assessments of orange orchards. Tii«' great herds of cattle in Southern and Eastern Oregon are being bonghtup, and there is likely to be an advance in price. The disturbances at the mines in Washington are believed to be at an end. Many of the worst characters have gone away. A project to plant 400 acres of lemon ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 August 1891

TWO QUESTIONS! McConnell, Chambers & Co., Pullman, Washington. War For Their Wives. Croton Landing, N. Y.,*Aug. 1. J. Newton BRker, private secretary of Robert G. Ingersoll and a resident or this village, was shot in the arm, head, and just over the heart by Orville Ander •on in front of the town hall this even ing. He will probably die. Baker and Anderson live in the same house. The •hooting of Baker grew out of trouble which first originated between the wives of the men, and which the latter took upon themselves to adjust. Finally the feeling became so intense that both husbands threatened to take each other's lives. Anderson left his home this evening with the intention of killing Baker. Mre. Baker watched him, and, evidently divining his object, fol lowed him. She came up with the men as they were talking the matter over, and informed her husband that Ander- ' son had insulted her. Baker resented this, and after a few angry remarks An derson drew a revolver. Baker also drew ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 August 1891

Crops Are Bii?. [Beriew.] Chamber of Commerce, i SpokANE, Aug. 1, 1891. \ Herewith are presented reports made by special correspondents ef The Review fßom sixteen different stations in the Pa louse and Big Bend districts as to the condition and prospects of the wheat crop np to August 1. It will be ob served that but little damage has been done by the hot weather. All danger from that source is now at an end. and the crop may be said to be assured. It now appeals that the yield per acre will be almost if noi quite equal to that of 1890, and the acreage sufficiently in creased to make the aggregate much greater. This conclusion is reached not only from reports received direct from the wheat districts by the chamber of commerce but also from the state ments ot agricultural implement dealers to the effect that the demand for harvest ing machinery has been at least 20 per cent, greater this year than ever before. The farmess of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho can not only look for...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 August 1891

HER SMILE. SSSSsSr SMS* da>' When Ita *"»*• go All through her smile. -Hosaline E. Jones. HE LOOKED LIKE ME One evening, in the winter of 1874 on my way home in a Pendleton street cai quite agitated about me. They shot glances at me and put their heads close together and talked in ear- T\ tones, and they carried it so far that, while no one else in the car no faced it so far as 1 saw. 1 was so con- Bcious that 1 was being observed and discussed that 1 was on the point of get ting out. They were not unladylike but were evidently so much occupied With what interested them, whatever It was, that they did not realize that they were making things uncomfortable tor a person of my sensitiveness. They left the carat the Miami railroad Btation, and both, as they went out, took a square look into my face, averted though it was. Some two weeks after this affair one of the same ladies came into my office and introduced herself as Mrs. Seymour and desired some professional advice and assistan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 August 1891

The Herald WILFORD ALLEN, Editor and Published TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ORE TEAR «™ nr» ■IX MONTHS ONLJ'.' V.V.V.V."..!Ti00 ADVERTISING RATES 4.W ■ber&l, and made known on application in . fersaa •rjby mail. Legal Notices at the legal mtos. Give o« a trial. fcUrwl at th* P«st Office for Transmission in tka Mails at Becond-Claf» ltaten. Wealthy Indians. A horn of plenty will soon be pour< i among the Indians of the Cceur d' Alt>ti reservation, who are all astir over th prospect of such hyas wealth. Indian Agent Hal Cole and Chit-. Clerk A. M. Anderson have just com pleted the work of enrolling the memberi of the tribe entitled to a share of th« price paid by the government for that portion of the reservation recently opened for settlement. It took them two days—Friday and Saturday, and they returned to Spokane late Sunday night. "We met the Indians at the De Smet reservation," said Agent Cole. "The^ were all there—at least all of the heady of families, aud a good many squaws ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 August 1891

■ -wpM-AXAxn-noirc. j AN ILLUSTRATION OF CO-OPERATIOI IN A COUNTRY HOME. ■A Ph,.|«i, lT Perfect Wo ', A « on.* „, r -—i:.ii., lia -, „„„. I Comr or , for Wiv..,_n. ms . , <: ''':":- ** of which Iknoy, , \'. mm i.ge-, !•;,],£,. ii-om 1 to2l years S3 f&s have not i m^< , i „ , , biiii <,as have not vet li- ■■' ■ --..,i i v , work, but there are l ,-. AVIV- 1 i 'T** olt and sweet breathed windsand^w^'V^ I »*«». Tnen isa vegetable garden to be car ,1 for and i ;:;:;•," ■ -'•■ 1n.a1i0,., borne a lar;.-p.,t o| ererv week so that more care than is ustiaffiug^ mother But what a genius feW-fadeS for ordering the hous .hold forces Hoy, clear headed and wist, is she in the manage ! mentof her homedejiartiin ■ t! i r S'';.' l o f the children •l'hy^a!lvd.!i cate. ihey vary widely in temperament and so many children must; but,sofai uf 1 fcnow.theyaUi the entire family work goes on quietly, re^ Jarly, and apparently withdt friction i 1 here i-s no maid in the k,., ...... but earit da...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 7 August 1891

The Herald. WILFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: O»E TKAR. «R2 no BIX MONTHB ONLY. "'.'..'.'. .........lioo ADVBBTIBING RATES At* ttberal, and made known on application in perwa or by mail. l#gal Notices at the legal rates. (iiv« us a trial. fc*"ed at th» P»Bt Office for Transmission in th« Mails at Beeond-Class Rates. State News in Brief. Snohomish City will give a'good subsidy for a ■n mill. Ontralia's W. ('. T. V. opened a free reading room the other day. The assessed valuation of property in King county is $71,352,800. A bie shingle mill will be in operation at Blame by August 20th. A new academy recently finished at Fidalgo is one of the sightliast buildings on the inland. Last week Mrs. Davis of Skagit river sold fige on trees growing on five acres of land for $3500 Fairhavenites have decided that they do not care to incur further iadebtedaen by issuing school bonds. F»roet fires are raging to the north and west of I'lallom and a large area of timbered la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 August 1891

VQL.3. NO. 42. The Horeilcl. Published even Friday evening, at Pull ainn. Whitman county. Wnshtngtoa. All Advertisements will bs continued and clunked for unti] ■•: . red out. FRIDAY GUST 14. 1891. Union Pacific Kalliiay. Prom Pullman, daily: EAST-BOUND: N». 16, Express, leaves al 5:05 pin N». 92, Mix.-,], 1,.,, v- Nt 10:00 a m WEST-llOUNl): No. 15, Express, loaves at ) 1:58 an> No. 91, Mlx<ml. leaves at 6:50 p m Main Line, Nos. 1 and 2, "Tito Overland Fly pr," corry through Pullni Sleep Colonist 81«>ppr8, Free Chair <'nr- and Coaches, between Partlami anil Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Lonis, Ht. Paul or Chicago. Mian Line. No-. 3 and 4, "The Limited Fa«t Mail," carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Carp between Portland and Chicago. Northern Pacific lUtllroad. OOINO NORTH: »*a««ener G. 40 a m Freieht and Accommodation 10.0S n in linlMi BODTH: Passenger 6.45 p m Freight and Accommodation 3.85 p m LEWISTON BRANCH. Accommodation Aniv<- 6.15 am ccommodftt Leaves 7.05 p m ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 August 1891

PULLMAN HERALD. ' A WILFORD ALIEN, Publisher. PULLMAN wash". —__— 8 PACIFIC COAST. '! t Highbinders Blackmail Chinese Merchants. NEW MEXICO NEEDS TUTORS. Explorers Find a Mighty Mass of Moving Ice in a Deep Canyon in California. Stingrays are numerous in the surf at (•oronado. Salem has not a public drinking fount ain or a public horse trough. Hush lires have done considerable damage near Victoria, B. C. The first shad ever found in Fraser river was captured the other day. The travel to California this fall and winter promises to !«• very heavy. A large lied of meerschaum of superior quality has been found on Orcas Island, Wash." The Portland postoffice is now in the classified postal service and under the workings of the civil-service law. The Stockton (Gal.) brewery owned by E. Schubert was totally destroyed by tire the other night. The loss is $10,000; in surance, $4,000. There are said to be about forty-live desperate highbinders at l.os Angeles who, gambling being prohibited, b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 August 1891

A W U 4S.U ikm 4 riUIM S9 \ c^&s - -..^- •« ...i i ..,.,'. : --j - a^ ... .. "■ ■^ "' .. %Ljrltar V^ a 7 State Sews in Brief. Senator Long, of Lewis county, has eizteen [ ' nrre-< of his farm near Chehalifl planted in lio;js. j 1 Senator Owing , of Thurston, is walking | Kround on crutche , t!i<> result of a fall recently j . received at Ocosla. W. H. Leighton, conductor of an electric car I in battle, received Beriotm injnrics b_\ falling ' fromtlie top of ji car while repairing the trolley. ; A memlier of the Spokane Athletic Club, re- I. turning from n picnic, stopped the trnin on! which hi> was riding by turning ;■, back-handed Hi[rno[i in the car aide, liU feel becoming f-n- , tangled in the bell rope. Thefour-mastod barkentineChehalis, :i! iir.n-'s ■ Harbor, i« East qoiu i ■ coicpletion. Captain ; Simpson ie now snperintendinff the wort in : porson anil states that the monster vessel will be launched September 6. lightning no:\r Almira last Friday killed six , ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 August 1891

Fatal Spokane Fire. | Spokane. Aug. 10—By the burning the Conrad hotel, at 3:30 o'clock this -morning, one man was burned to death", while hair v dozen others were either jeriously burned or received broken limbs by jumpiug from windows. The building was a three-story frame struct ure on Beeoi 1 .street, between Howard 'and Post. The lire is supposed to have OTTV'e'i'ieti the kitchen. A servant gir: "■■' •: '■ akened by emoko in hei , room, and •. aye the alarm. Before the [deepinginitiates could all be aroused ; their only means of exit, a narrow stair way, was cut oir by flames, and they be gan jtunping from the windows. Four persons ere rescued by firemen, and all tlii 1 oilier inmates of the hotel who did Dot escape by the stairway, jumped from Iho windows. The tire was sub ined efter tho interior of the building b.;d been gutted. Charles Johnson, an invalid, Mr 6. Con way's brother, a man about 60 years of age. was taken out through a second-story window on Mill 6treet. Ho had ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 August 1891

THE RAIL AROUifD THE JAIL. Don't you hoi" V( . r h,,| m hi. Oryou-lll,ustl lf ,lesin.he"ls-' \\ lien you walk the bi« tart'i jar*. An' yer whisker, sweep the stare >\ lurl the worl 5 roun* with yer feet. An' refuse to speak to me- U Guess you don'i know who I ha. • So you «-o nt say hmV(ly do," Knt I'm j,.- vz I: ood „, ™J JJayhevlesK.irig-nalain, If 1 hain't no dimuu pin Ain't line divides a man From his feller*, uml.ivt.vi'- ' Ain't no line except the rail' I Of the funeo aroun' tuu jail. i Ef I keep outside thei j ' Of this fem-earoun the jail I'm a crcat ;;un. 1,1 ter ban"'' In the hi- Four Hundred Ban*- An/the presidenu nnderstaav' Is but jest my hired man; An' I watch an' boss wile he Does the nation's cbgxea for me. hai we're ■:■," to do bimeby Fore the uaiverw -.- ilrv Is to make no ili.T'runeu-Jeel Twixt Bich ohapsez you an' me- One be jest ez ez to:her Both in love 'ith one another; vile we keep outside tha rail Of tlio fence aroun' the jail. You hain't got no bluer blo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 August 1891

Tlie^ 11 ereild. \ N^FO/jO ALLEN, Editop. and Publisher TKRMS o;' BGBSCEIPTION:; onkykuv: S '>OO SIX MONTHS ONLY . ../.".y.V..7."T00 ApVEBTISIKG RATES 4r liberal, nnd msd« town on ication ii, •orswn •■■ by nmii. i.^rn] Notices Ht ti.e legal ratos. <iirt- of n trial. Entere.l nt the Po Oilisv for Transmission in the Mails nt Bprond-Clara K;ites. Pnloim- Country Xcsvs. A nioe-ting of Hi" business men of the town wa held this \vr:'k to make ar rangements for the grand band tourna. merit which is to b*> held Lore Sept. L 9. Groat enthusiasm v.xs manifested and no effort will be spared to lake the occa sion n great success. The tournament is open lo all bands in eastern Washiug ton and Idaho :.,•:(] already a do» d bands have agreed Id tend. Besides the mnsio there will be a base ball con test, probably' between Hie local team and tho crack Oakebdale nine, a tennis match and in all probability a sham bat tle enacted by the members of the G. A. R. posts. A grand ball will ,ad up ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 14 August 1891

WOMAH AND HOME. DISASTROUS RESULTS OF OVER WORK AND LACK OF SLEEP Hint* on j,.Uy Maki,, s -The »l t W a V> llusbaml-A CM „f A«kwar,l,,e>s-A ! Father-* MistaUe-IMnU AVorth Hee.l inK-Xumernus Isef.,l Nos aI1(1 , tem(| When the days are long and hot, when the I nights are short and a i-erson is cool enough to sleep until late, there is much dan ger that the housekeeper will not see to it that she has enough sleep for tho keeping up of her strength. It is, of course, much the wiser plan to g,t up early, and do the heavy part of the day's work in the cool time of the morning, even though one be so sleepy it seems very hard to get to work. However this sleepiness soon wears off. and the work' goes easily and well at (fat Lima of day. The farmer ami his men are at their work ns early as the housekeeper, and so are ready for the early hearty dinner, v.hich must be prepared over the hot stove. After the din ner is eaten the men folks always give them selves a half hour or more of rest,...

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