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When Life Was Young At the Old Farm in Maine

BY
C. A. STEPHENS


PUBLISHED BY THE YOUTH'S COMPANION
BOSTON, MASS.

Copyright, 1912
By C. A. Stephens

All rights reserved

Electrotyped and Printed by
THE COLONIAL PRESS
C. H. Simonds & Co., Boston, U.S.A.

DEDICATED
WITH CORDIAL BEST
WISHES TO THE MANY
Readers of the Youth's Companion
WHO HAVE SO KINDLY REMEMBERED
US AT THE OLD SQUIRE'S
FARM

Contents

CHAPTER
 
The Farm on the Pennesseewassee
I. A Nose in Common
II. White Sunday
III. Monday at the Old Farm
IV. Our First Jersey Cow
V. Sheep-washing — Addison's Novel Water-warmer
VI. The Vermifuge Bottle
VII. Immersing the Lambs
VIII. "Old Three-Legs"
IX. Homesick Again. Blue, Oh, so Blue
X. Mug-bread, Pones and Johnny-Reb Toast
XI. The Birds and Bird-Songs at the Old Farm
XII. Two Very Early Callers — Each on Business
XIII. We All Set Off to Have Our Pictures Taken
XIV. "There is a Man in England, named Darwin"
XV. A Wet Fourth of July, with a Good Deal of Human Nature in It
XVI. Wood-chucks in the Clover — Addison's Stratagem
XVII. Haying Time
XVIII. Apple-hoards
XIX. Dog Days, Grain Harvest, and a Truly Lucretian Tempest
XX. Cedar Brooms and a Noble String of Trout
XXI. Tom's Fort
XXII High Times
XXIII. The Thrashers Come
XXIV. Going to the Cattle Show
XXV. The Wild Rose Sweeting
XVI. The Old Squire Allows Us Four Days for Camping Out
XVII. At the Old Slave's Farm
XXVIII. The Old Squire's Panther Story
XXIX. The Outlaw Dogs
XXX. A Heartfelt Thanksgiving and a Merry Young Muse that Visited Us Uninvited

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