The Disston Crucible, a Magazine for the Millman, Volumes 3-4

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Page 115 - Mens sana in corpore sano, a sound mind in a sound body, will be always able to make a good citizen.
Page 176 - ... is never in war and always in peace. It is the beginning of existence, the commencement of ease and the end of trouble. Without it there would be no meat, no life and no heaven. It is the center of honesty, makes love perfect, and without it there could be no editors, devils nor news.
Page 112 - You don't dissipate, do you?" asked the physician, as he made ready for tests. "Not a fast liver, or anything of that sort?" The little man hesitated a moment, looked a bit frightened, then replied in a small, piping voice: "I sometimes chew a little gum.
Page 101 - So it came to pass in the day of battle, that there was neither sword nor spear found in the hand of any of the people that were with Saul and Jonathan: but with Saul and with Jonathan his son was there found.
Page 101 - Iron sharpeneth iron ; so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend.
Page 139 - but I've got the makings." "All right," the city chap said. "But I can't roll 'em very well. Will you fix one for me?" "Sure," said the boy. "Don't believe I've got a match," said the man, as he searched his pockets.
Page 38 - What are they moving the church for?" "Well, stranger, I'm the mayor of these diggin's, an' I'm fer law enforcement. We've got an ordinance what says no saloon shall be nearer than three hundred feet from a church. I give "em three days to move the church.
Page 48 - A little cork fell in the path of a whale Who lashed it down with his angry tail, But in spite of his blows It quickly arose And floated serenely before his nose. Said the cork, "You may flap and sputter and rap But you never can keep me down, For I'm made of the stuff That is buoyant enough To float instead of to drown.

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