Current Opinion Volume 30

Current Opinion Volume 30

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1901 edition. Excerpt: in the way of gaining some information upon a brutally material subject, as willingly? In your December, I900, number, on page 689, is an article entitled, Bread making at the Paris Exposition, H. W. Wiley, Forum, containing a short description of the Schweitzer system of milling wheat. I would like to learn more about this system, where the mills may be purchased, the prices, the sizes, especially those suitable for farms and small communities. If you will put me in correspondence with those who are commercially intersted in these mills, 1 will thank you.---W. E. Coul, Los Angeles, California. Are deeds so great in the dreaming, so small in the doing found? And all life's earnest endeavors only with failure crowned? You look to the sky at evening, and out of the depths of blue A little star, you call it, is glimmering faintly through; I.ittle? He sees, who looks from his throne in the highest place A little world, circling grandly the limitless realms. of space. _ So with your life's deep purpose set in his mighty plan Out of the dark you see it looking with human scan' Little arid weak you call it----He, from his throne may see Issues that move on grandly into eternity. Sow the good seed, and already the harvest may be won; 673. Authorship of David and Goliah. In Current Literature for February I notice that two correspondents make reply to an inquiry made by A. P. Childs (673) as to the authorship of a certain poem. One of them, Fanny Porter Dickey, states that the poem referred to was written by Gen. Basil Duke, of Louisville, Ky., and the other, C. E. Maxwell, asserts that the verses "were written and read at a G. A. R. Campfire in 1889 or 1890." I beg to inform you that both of these correspondents give more

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  • Paperback | 594 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 30mm | 1,048g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236808118
  • 9781236808110