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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS "BARMOUTH."—You need not be afraid of speak- ing the truth or of living the truth. There is a Tightness in truth that so -nor or makes itself felt. Try to make In order to do this you must be wiling to accomplish thaI; which is within yo. r rnch. Have faith, and live up to it in sma.U things. "A GIRL."—IT is difficult to tell you ho* to read, but (1) take a or a chapter of a book, or a newspaper column, and get a bit; dictionary-nnt a pocket dictionary—and teat yourself so that you be qu'te sure that you know the meanings of all t'ne \vo.s (2) After you have read a chapter 1'y t* write out whit; you think you have read, and you will find ho little you have re- tained. (3) R-ad a book and 'ry to wrie out a skeleton plan of how it is mad-1 up. and put down your idea of the object-, idm r1 at by the writer. (4) Wnen you somtthing write it down. Nev>r ;n:r. i your thoughts—just put them down, and yr.u "ill discover how few they are. R< ail a b ok —not a very one—twenty UT.M ■ ov^r. and writ" down what you in it e ch nme, and be sure you examine the die .on "y -or all the wf r-is whna" meanings you co not know, aad t*-lk to somebocy ab out it, ard yon will karn bow to read. To be abl • t well is a great thing, and is not ea-dy ao- quired. I will h>-lp you in any way I cn It would be a good thing to have a reading class.

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