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The Indian advocate. ([Sacred Heart, Okla.]) 1???-1910, January 01, 1903, Image 10

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io Thk Indian Advocate.
"Thrice blessed and happy they
Who, leaving all Christ's love to gain,
Learn humbly to obey."
The Working Hoy.
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An honest man is the noblest work of God.
An infallible truth: "How can one become a fluent con- y J,
versationalist?" "The best way is to be born a woman." r
The parent, not the State, is responsible to God for the
training of the child. Henc-the obligation is a religious, not
a civic one.
Be not in haste to call a stranger friend. "You must
eat a bushel of salt with any one," said wise old Plutarch,
"before you can really become attached to him "
.. A Boston preacher insists that one great fault of the
American people is that they talk too much. He is right
Soon everybody abroad will think we are all Boston preachers.
A parish priest once shrewdly remarked: "When I look
at the well-dressed congregation, I say to myself: Where are
the poor? When I count the offerings I ask: Where are the
Sentiment is a strong man's concealment of what he feels, '
while sentimentality is a weak man's expression of what he , j?
doesn't feel. ' 0?
"Too bad, gramma," said a little fellow. "The moon is
broken in two. Where is the other half and where do all the 1
old moons go to?" . '.I

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