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Sheep

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Parent Issue
Day
4
Month
August
Year
1871
Copyright
Public Domain
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-Every farmer fihould keep sneep, whethor wool is low or uien. They are the most profltable stock hcan raiso. Tliey will eat and live upon what othcr stock will not eat, unless fiirciil to. They will extermínate weeed nndergrowth, etc, from the farm, while, other stock will not. With proper cnvc and management, they will doublé theii uuinbers yearly. They nflbrtl fine meat for the furmer's table, with litlle troublo. All farmers should niise more BÜeep, and loss worthless curs. Thcv will find tliem more profitable.- Rural World. Patrick saw a bull pawiiig n a fiVld, and títtought what fun it would be to iinmi over, oatch him by the liorns and rub his lioso in fchfl 66xt. The idea, was so ftiiirv" tli:if. be lay down and langhed to think of it. Tauru3 quickly tossed him over the fence again, BOmewhat bruiaed. Pat Ieísvtrely picked himself np with the consolíitory remarle : "Ae!l, it'a a mighty foine thing tTiat I haï my langh focust." One of tlio mnny Misses Yotro -wns recently spoken to by her (atfter, Brham, in reference to a proposnl of marriage witli a Salt Lake merchant. The young woman, with considerable spunk, replied : " I am willing to tnarry a dozen husbnndn if you will let me seluct them for myself, but I will ncver put up with a picco of a man."

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Old News
Michigan Argus