Edgar Watson Howe en
Edgar Watson Howe, sometimes referred to as E. W. Howe, was an American novelist and newspaper and magazine editor in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He was perhaps best known for his magazine, E.W. Howe's Monthly. Howe was well traveled and known for his sharp wit in his editorials. [ - ]
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- Instead of loving your enemies -- treat your friends a little better.
- Even if a farmer intends to loaf, he gets up in time to get an early start.
- Half the promises people say were never kept, were never made.
- It may be a cold, clammy thing to say, but those that treat friendship the same as any other selfishness seem to get the most out of it.
- The average man's judgment is so poor, he runs a risk every time he uses it.
- Abuse a man unjustly, and you will make friends for him.
- Many people would be more truthful were it not for their uncontrollable desire to talk.
- No man's credit is ever as good as his money.
- To be an ideal guest, stay at home.
- Don't abuse your friends and expect them to consider it criticism.