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By Unknown Unknown, William B. Jones Jr., Jr., William B. Jones
The foolish Princess is especially foolish and believes every little thing she is advised. Her father, the King, decrees that the 1st guy which could make her say the phrases "It's a lie" shall have her hand in marriage and rule part the dominion. males come from everywhere to aim to win the princess and part the dominion. Will Claus the terrible woodcutter's son win the hand of the princess? superbly illustrated, this story captures the mind's eye of readers of every age and conjures up a love of studying. vital vintage on your electronic library!
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Place these on a shelf above the fireplace. Place a piece of heavy wire, b, 10 inches long, as shown, and fasten to the wall or chimney for the weight, a, to slide on. The weight need be suspended only an inch or two above the bell. Where to Hang a Fire Ladder A necessity on all farms and near all farm buildings are ladders and other means of getting on the roofs, and in and out of upper story windows in time of emergency. A scuttle should be left or made in the highest part of the house roof and a ladder should be at hand that will reach the eaves of the highest roof.
Secure a nice white sugar barrel, clean it thoroughly and remove half of both heads. Place the barrel on its side, removing half the staves, and leaving the other half to form the bed of the cradle. Next remove the hoop that is second from the bottom, and then two hoops will be left at the top to form the frame for the hood, and one hoop at the bottom to form the foot. ) Carefully nail the remaining staves to the hoops, clinching each nail securely. Now cover the frame thus formed, as shown in the accompanying illustration.
See that the corners and the bottom are nailed securely. The top will be composed of at least two pieces of board, and these can be made into a solid cover by nailing two cleats beneath them. But these will not look very attractive when the covering is being put on, so a more workmanlike plan will be to saw off a couple of inches from each end of the top boards and supply the place of the wood removed by nailing along the ends a 2-inch strip of the same thickness. This gives a cleat at each end, but the cleats in this way form part of the cover itself.