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I've Been Thinking
by Azel Stevens Roe

Where is the use, Jim, of our working and working to raise so many vegetables? we never can use them all. MOther said last year there was no necessity for raising more than we could eat, and now this potato patch is larger than ever.' And as he said this, the little speaker threw himself upon the soft ground, struck his hoe into the soil, and looked up at his brOther to see how he would take it. Jim, as he was called, rested a moment on his hoe, eyed his brOther closely, and then, with something of a smile, replied: 'Come, Ned, don't give up to lazy feelings; the things will do somebody good; and you know my father always told us, that it was better to be at work, even if we got no pay for it: and besides, I have been thinking of a plan by which we may do something with what we raise, if we have more than we can use.

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