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That plain, good man, who, with mal'ice
life's parting tone truth'ful Breathed charity for all, and malice sin cere
toward none, in'ju ry
So kind, so truthful, modest, sincere, sneer
Prompt to forgive the injury and fra'cas
sneer.” com mandler “In the fracas, our commander had dam'age
his good eye damaged.” dam'aged “Remove the cause, and the effect will ef fect'
WORD BUILDING (Suffixes)
an, ian, ier, ist = one who, belonging to, relating to;
ar, ard, yer, ster, er = one who, that which.
li'ar or'gan ist prom'is er mu si'cian
saw'yer beg'gar preach'er drunk'ard
song'ster young'ster cash ier Bra zillian
psalm tempt pul'let chick'en pounce
The quartet will chant the psalms.
Evil tempts us all, both the bad and the good.
Should the hawk see the pullet, the great bird will pounce upon the defenceless chicken.
fash'ion Strong will is always in fashion.” ser'mon “Good example is half a sermon. dis patch' “ Dispatch is the soul of business.” mortal
6 All men are mortal." ru'in
" Where tongues wag, ruin never lags. cred'it
Credit is a bribe to extravagance. ex tray'a gance
93 com'fort “He who plants a tree creat'ure Plants a joy; cloy
Plants a comfort that will never cloy. re al'i ty Every day a fresh reality, blithe
Beautiful and strong, couldst To whose shelter throng bliss
Creatures blithe in song. in hab'it If thou couldst but know, thou happy pa'tri ot ism tree, ref'uge
Of the bliss that shall inhabit thee." scoun'drel The witty Johnson said, “ Patriotism
is the last refuge of a scoundrel."
The postal service in this country is so complete that it insures prompt delivery of the mail in all sections. At the present time, the people in the rural districts have their mail left at their doors.
When the horse returns home, the hostler will take care of him.
“ Conceit may puff a man up, but can never prop him up.”
Emulate the good in those whom
WORD BUILDING (Suffixes) ant, ent, or = one who does; ee = one to whom ; ed=did; ing=continuing to; e88, ine, ix=feminine. draw ee'
ap proved ap prov'ing prom is ee' singed singeling
gilant ess di rect'or her'o ine in cludled di rect'rix res'i dent in cluding
as sist'ant in struct'or
The party was caught in a shower drench'ing and received a thorough drenching. show'er Had the derailing switch been in de rail'ing operation, the serious accident at the switch railroad crossing probably would not se'ri ous
ad ver tise' “* Wanted - A boy who obeys his ad ver tised' mother'; so advertised one employer. em ploy'er Thousands of such boys are wanted.” rash'ness “ Rashness is not valor.” val'or
The men will curb the street. curb
WORD BUILDING (Suffixes) en = made of, to make; ate, dom, head, hood, rick, ry, ship
= condition or office of. freedom gold'en
sad'den cheap'en duke' dom boy'hood pas'tor ate kingdom
bright'en bish'op ric clerk'ship priest'hood friend'ship wom'an hood
The pears are russet brown.
When one is busy, it is annoying for another to intrude upon one's time.
“ Disease is a tax on ill pleasure.”
The annual report shows forty-five pupils on register in 5 B grade.
“Rippling waters make a pleasant moan.”
“God has commanded time to console the unhappy.”
cule, en, et, ette, ie, kin, let, ling, ock, ule, y= little,
young; ish, like, ly = like, in a manner; less = without; ness = having the quality of; ful, ous, 8ome, lent, ly, y=full of; ward = in the direction of; ment = act or result of.
kit'ty home'like joy'ous hill'ock brave'ly eye'let war'like
man'nish sky'ward dream'y duck'ling
beau'te ous clay'ey hope'less
will/ful friend'ly self'ish bird'ie
pit'i ful gladness move'ment watch'ful hoarse'ly
trou'ble some gos'ling
wind'y stat'u ette kit'ten fool'ish
fraud'u lent lamb'kin cel'lule wire'less coarse'ness leaf' y rude'ness nurs'ling
pun'ish ment child'ish
frol'ic some owl'et north' ward speech'less an i mal'cule