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The Fox And The Hen

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Day
18
Month
January
Year
1884
Copyright
Public Domain
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l'he St. Niebolas Alruaoae ior Jamiary. "How bit a brood ├╝hall you have this ye.1, madam?" said the Fox to the Hen. one cold winter evening in tho barn-yard. "YVhat'sthat toyou ?" said tho Hen to the Fox.. "Supper!" replied the Fox promptly. "Well, I don't know," said tho Hen in reply; "1 Jiiay have ten; but I never fount my chickens before they aro hatched." 'Quiic rislit," Gaul tlio Fox. "neither dol; and, as a hen in the present is worth ten ehickens in the future I will eat you now." So saying, ho oarried hor off. The next morning the farmer, seeing the tracks of tho fox in tho snow, took liisgun and went out and shot tii'u. "Alas I" said tho Fox, "Ishould have svaited forthe ten chickens; there is no snow in summer time.'

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Ann Arbor Courier
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