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Page 117 - JESUS ! lover of my soul. Let me to thy bosom fly While the billows near me roll, While the tempest still is high ; Hide me, 0 my Saviour ! hide, Till the storm of life is past ; Safe into the haven guide ; Oh, receive my soul at last...
Page 11 - ... to the convalescence of a sick room. It is better that this kind of a room die and be cremated in sulphur. A room that has spasms, brought on by too close a relation with the roomer who comes home late at night full of cemetery promoter, should be well supplied with moquette carpet, with nap on it as long as the hair on an antelope.
Page 12 - In such cases a flush application of redhot water and paris green is much better than a rag carpet like your mother makes. If it doesn't relieve the room it will no doubt promote sleep on the part of the roomer. Many a room looks sick when it is only suffering a temporary attack of room-atcis, and may be brought out of the kinks by a poultice application of flour-paste and wallpaper.
Page 11 - The ordinary boarding house room is too sick to care whether it has a carpet on or not. Take for instance a room that is suffering from a chronic disease of softening of the plastering, that has been brought on by the inhalation of too much...
Page 20 - There are more good people in the world than bad ones. I don't mind if a man strikes a match on the furniture so long as he goes with the grain.
Page 80 - A woman that is not loved is a kite from which the string has been taken ; she drives with every wind and cometh to naught but a long fall." " A woman and a child are alike ; each needs a strong uplifting hand.
Page 86 - It is a mistake to think that every sad-eyed woman you meet has loved and lost. Perhaps she loved and got him. * Many a man goes into the barber business from "shear