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The Baldwin Lbrary
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DONOHUE, HENNEBERRY & CO.,
407-429 Dearborn Street.
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BONOHUE, HENNEBERRY & CO.
DONOHUE & HENNEBERRY,
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Dear little brown-eyed Bess holds in her arms a pretty
little black and white puppy. Bess thinks it is just the, .
sweetest little pet ever was. But Bess's mamma knows
Sof a far sweeter and dearer pet than the puppy. Can youi-
tell what or who that pet is?
SThis baby boy is called "Little Turk" because he -loves
to sit down on the floor and enjoy his food, after the manner
of the people who live in the country called Turkey. But.
LittleTurk sn't care what he is called so long as he is
always callT time for his dinner., '*
Lillie is enjoying her usual morning walk. She has taker 7
her kitten and her dollie along with her. Old speckled"hdn .
,is also out for a walk, with her newly hatched broodof little '
chicks.., The kitten has frightened two of the chicks soq.
iA that they run to their namma for protection:
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Charlie and his good friend Rover are both fast asleep.
If aty one should come near them, though, Rover's quick
Iears would catch the least noise made, and hewould be.
awake and on his feet in an instant. Charlie feels perfectly
safe. from harm when Rover is near, whether he be asleep
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That gruff old bear is holding the little Savoyard boy as
gently in his arms as the boy's own mother might fold him.
If the bear wished to he could crush the little boy to death
with his powerful arms. But the boy has been kind to the.
bear, and how the bear will treat him only with Kignness.
Old dog Towser and-a pet jackdaw were great friends.
'The jackdaw used to perch on Towser's back and go to
:sleep, and the old dog seemed-- to be very much pleased;to
have him do so.
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Carlo was a very clever dog, and his master taught himf
to do many useful things. One of the things he taught him
was to take his horse to water. When the reins were
horse, capering and playing all the way to the brook. -
Puss seems to be very much at home on the pony's back.
,The pony doesn't seemnto object to Puss being there, and
Sso every chance that she gets Puss mounts upon his back
, and purs away perfectly contented .
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The little girl is showing a pet Monkey some pictures o
monkeys in a book.. Just look at t'e monkey's eyes. How.
they stare at the pictures! I wonder if he knows they arel
piwures of animals like himself ?
": These little kittens have been quarreling. Dick is will-
;ing-to make up and be friends again, but Tom is still sulk-
ing. Dick is rubbing up against Tom in a kindly way, and
"Tom can't- remain angry much longer. Gentleness will
drive away anger every time., .
Bennie is making a paintbrush out of some hairs he h
taken from Pussy's back. He is tying the hairs: on tqo, '
stick and when he has his brush made he is going to pa;i
Pussy's picture. Pussy seems to be greatly interestedi:
what Bennic is doing.
Baby Belle is having a fine ride over the snow. Her
papa promised to buy her a sled, but the snow came fist,
and Belle insists upon having a sleigh ride in the clothes
basket. She likes it so well she goesto sleep over it.
See what a queer pet that little dog has got. The dog's
name is Fanny. Fanny had a pretty little puppy, but one
day it died and ever since then Fanny has treated the
kitten just as if it were her own lost little one.
his picture tells its own story. See if you can under-
d what the picture means, without having any printed
SWds to explain it.