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  • Emrick, Eugene
    Introduction: In writing a history of the Supreme Court of the United States, a few words concerning the courts of England, after which our system was modeled, may not be out of place. In England, the jurisdiction and ...
  • Dahl, Inga Josephine
    Introduction: No instrument ever has been, or ever will be invented capable of even approaching the violin in extraordinary power and variety of expression. It is considered the one perfect instrument; for a piano cannot ...
  • Spaulding, Max Gilbert
    Introduction: The disease popularly known as hog Cholera, is by no means so simple a melody as the name implies; and after many years of investigation, there is still a great deal of confusion with regard to the symptoms ...
  • Davis, Mary E.
    Introduction: In treating of furnishings we must begin by defining the word as it is to be used and so considered in this production. In its natural and general meaning, furniture (French “mobilier”) represents everything ...
  • Maelzer, Amelia Augusta
    Introduction: The subject of home grounds is a question of vital importance to this and every other country. What a vast difference it would make in the appearance of our Kansas plains to have them dotted with elm and pine ...
  • Harman, Mary Frances Burgoyne
    Introduction: The home has been the basis of all the genuine, all the lasting improvement in the race. Hence, judging the future by the past, it is to the home that we turn for the most effective work in the solution of ...
  • McLaren, Nettie
    Introduction: Domestic sanitation embraces a large province of possibility and responsibility. Within its jurisdiction come many of the little things which have so much to do in determining many fates. In all classes of ...
  • Hayes, Lawrence Wilbur
    Introduction: Man has placed himself at the head of the animal kingdom, and it is his proven place. But, without the aid of certain animals which he has domesticated the world would not have attained his eminence quite so ...
  • Snyder, Carl
    Introduction: By the majority of the reading public and especially the farming class the word Horticulture has a very peculiar meaning. When one speaks of Horticulture to an ordinary farmer he immediately thinks of a large ...
  • Havens, Alonzo Charles
    Introduction: Attention to this work, doing much toward showing that the highest happiness of the farmer is not in the possession of more and more land, but in the better culture of the smaller amount. “The majority of the ...
  • Hutchinson, Kate M.
    Introduction: The prolongation of life is the one thing for which we all strive. We labor that we may have means for the enjoyment of this life, but unknowingly we neglect this one thing upon which all happiness depends - ...
  • Clemons, L. Ethel
    Introduction: It is within relatively a few years that inventions to be used in the home have received any important consideration. Comparing the household with other industries it has been obviously belated in labor-saving ...
  • Dahl, Anna Magdalena
    Introduction: As the result of the enormous increase in the numbers of individuals of almost every species, a constant struggle for existence has become the fate of nearly every organism, animal and vegetable. Thus, in ...
  • Quintard, Alice Julia
    Introduction: Ruskin says that it is necessary for an educated man to know, “Where he is—that is to say, what kind of a world he has got into; how large it is; what kinds of creatures live in it, and how; what it is made ...
  • Frisbie, Isabella Russell
    Introduction: It has been written that; “Intention is necessary to art; that if life be a lesson so easily read by him that runs, wherein is the advantage of letters at all? The careless do not read the lesson of life: it ...
  • Miyawaki, Atsushi
    Introduction: Since Prof. Leze wrote in Journal d' Agriculture Practique about hydrogenperoxide as a preservative of milk, the public has been very much aroused. Scientific and dairy papers presented quotations directly ...
  • Stingley, Sadie
    Introduction: Of all the influences which determine the life of the individual and on which his weal and woe depends, undoubtedly the nature of his food is one of the weightiest. Everyone knows how not only our strength ...
  • Stokes, Ruth
    Introduction: To be healthy, wealthy and wise is the ambition of all people without exception. Of these three to be healthy is the most importance. Health should be prized above everything else. Without health no man can ...
  • Reynolds, Fanny E.
    Introduction: The hygienic disposal of household wastes is one of the greatest problems of the day. Inasmuch as they contain all of the excretions of the body and also garbage and refuse, and inasmuch as they may contain ...
  • Wagner, Jessie May
    Introduction: Since water is such a common compound and occurs almost everywhere in nature in some form, but few people realize its value both as to hygiene and its use in maintaining health and life. In all cases of ...

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