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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - August 7, 1918, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Volume c. H., va., saturday june 5, 1909. Number 48. Fletcher. Or. Accomac. S. K. Powell Onancock. Fletcher amp Powell attorneys at Law offices �?accoma6 c. And Onan cock a. Practice in ail the courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. N. R. Wescott. S. Jas. Turlington. Wescott amp Turlington. Attorneys at Law. Offices Accomac c. H., Mapps Burg and fair Oaks a. Practice in All the courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. A a g. Walter Mapp. J. Brooks Mapp Mapp so Mapp. Attorneys at Law. A offices Orangeville Keller and Accomac c. H., practice in All courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Otho f. Mear3, a at Tomey at Law offices ea3tville, Northampton county and Accomac court House practices in All courts of the Eastern Shore of Virginia. A Ohn d. Parsons attorney Ai Law Accomac courthouse a. Will practice in All courts of acco in and North Imp ton counties. Jno. R. And j. Ii Arky Rev attorneys at Law. Offices Accomac 0. And Parks Ley. At Accomac c. H., every wed mesday. Will practice in All the courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Roy d. White attorney at Law a a offices Parksley and Accomac c. Practices in All courts of Accomac a id Northampton counties. Prompt attention to All business. Ben t. Gunter attorney at Law Accomac 0. H., va., vill practice in All the courts of Accomac and Northampton counties Warner Ames attorney at Law office Accomac c. And Onancock. At Accomac u. Every wednesday and Friday. Iii practice in All the courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. John k. Nottingham jr., a attorney at Law a practices in All the courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Will be at Eastville and Accomac c. Urs it Day of every court and at Eastville wednesday. L. Floyd Nock a attorney at Law a Accomac 0. H., a. Practices in All the courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Or. D. Lilliston dentist. A Accomac court House �? office hours from 9 a. M. To 5 p. M. Will be at Parksley every tuesday. Or. W. M. Turlington. Veterinarian fair Oaks a. Reference past patrons. Can called by phone Day or night. W. G. Emmett notary Public Belle Haven a. A Fred. E. Ruediger a county Surveyor Accomac c. A. Thoroughly equipped with latest and Best instruments pollera his services to the citizens of Accomac county. Will meet All engagements promptly Paul Dewees plumber steam and hot water fitter Pocomoke City my. We. P. Bell amp co., druggists Accomac c. H., va., agents for Ideal Fountain pens Stock always on hand. Finest line 6f stationery on Eastern Shore of a. Jas. W. Broughton. L. Len Lilliston. Broughton amp Lilliston fire Marine Accident plate Glass and life insurance Accomac a established in 1862. O 3. Schermerhorn amp son receivers shippers dealers Grain Hay and Mill feeds linseed meal Cotton seed meal Best Stone Lime in bbl. Virginia Laws complied with. Also distributors of the Purina poultry feeds. 127 and 129 Cheapside near Pratt Street. A Baltimore my. Granted you want the lest Vear dolby Madison shoes for women our latest called Glove like for tender feet prices &300 &350 &400 the Parksley manufacturing co., inc. Retailers and jobbers of All kinds of builders supplies please remember that the Parksley \ a Tey moved to their new three Story Brick build manufacturing. Building at Parksley va., and now can co., inc., have offer the Trade a better line of goods than Ever before. We Are Headquarters for Sash doors blinds Stair work and mouldings in fact everything in the building line. Our hardware can to be beaten on the Eastern Shore of a. Our stove and Range line is up to Date the beat that can be had. We carry also a line of Harrison a Best paints and painters supplies. Our Nickle Ware cooking utensils Cutter &c., Are the Best. A Large Supply of Winchester ammunition Stevenson and Remington guns and rifles of Many kinds Are kept constantly in Stock. Our line of pumps and pipe is Large and will give satisfaction to the Trade. We make a specially of All kinds of farming utensils and machinery and in these never fail to please our patrons. Call when in town and see our store and goods we can make it to your interest to Call to see us. Parksley manufacturing co., Parksley a. Inc., Maxwell automobiles. Judd s the Surprise that was in store for two designing women. If you Are going to buy an automobile Why not Titke a look at the i Maxwell line. Among the moderate legitimately priced automobiles the Maxwell stands supreme pre eminently a Leader not Only in reliability but in , style and Comfort. Prices Range from $550.00 to $l,75u.00. Hereafter the Maxwell jr., will have running boards flaring fenders and other minor improvements and will sell for $550.00. Get a catalogue for full description of the line and ask for a demonstration. Kellam amp Cropper Wachapreague va., dealers in Maxwell automobiles Harris and Fay and Bowen engines. P. S. We also offer for Sale the motor boat Hessink built of Cedar and Oak 30 feet Long 6 feet wide 10 h. P. Fay and Bowen engine. Very speedy and w ill Tow equal to any of the same horse Power. K. And c. J. G. Cropper. T. P. Copes. We. N. Copes. Call on us farm and household supplies. _ if you want at lowest prices the Best building material doors Sash blinds mouldings Stair rails windows mantels brackets Newels balusters amp a. Builders hardware and builders material generally amp a. Phone in office. Prompt service guaranteed. Onley building amp Supply co., Onley a. We have and will sell Yon at lowest Market Price everything needed on farm and in the House. In addition to our usual line of general merchandise consisting of dry goods notions boots shoes hats Caps clothing groceries &c., we also have in Stock wire fencing Hay shingles Lime bricks Coal and All kinds of seed and farming implements in part As follows Bemis trans planters Iron age potato planters disc harrows Spike harrows double and single plows Iron age Riding cultivators and planet or. Cultivators also hot bed Glass. Call and get our prices. Rogers it amp Boggs Melfa a. To our customers and the Trade generally. We Are making an Especial Effort this Spring to place before our customers a Complete line of goods and to make it to their interest to favor us with their patronage. We cannot Tell ally we Only name in part the bargains we have to offer attention is especially invited to our Stock of for men we have the Crosset Tan Patent leather gun Metal Brown Vici oxfords from $3.50 to $5.00, with Good shaped toes for All. For ladies we have Smaltz Goodman. Tan gun Metal Pat. And Vici Broad medium and pointed toes. In shirts neckwear and hosiery we have always been in the Lead but never As we will be this season. They will surely be up to Date in every particular this season. And of the a a Good old summer time goods for ladies we have Dainty lawns Dimitres Gingham White goods &c., and to see is to buy them. Come to our store and we will convince you that we Are in the Lead Liot Only in goods mentioned but in a thy other lines. Yours anxious to please j. W. Rogers amp bro., Onley. A. Follow Llie crowd. Greater and greater grows the Sale Glicks great Sale talk of the county. This Sale was not originated to Glimmer and Flash Quot out in a few Days it was formulated to hold Public interest for weeks this week beginning this very our will be an illustration of aggressive and progressive business. We offer the largest newest most reliable desirable dependable Stock of merchandise for the whole family at prices simply irresistible. Full line of new York dry goods at Baltimore prices. Remember the name and place q 1 i c k it amp c Onancock Virginia the Busy Corner. E. W. Polk merchant a tailor poom Oke City my. Town lots for Sale at private contract at Melfa station. Suitable for dwellings hotel stores and factories. Lands High Well drained and situated in As Good Section As any on the Peninsula Melfa station and Vicinity being the highest Point above sea level from Cape Charles to Pocomoke City. Lots Laid Oft on Street running East and West beginning at Point 40 Yards from station and none More than 300 Yards Distant with r. R. Track As Eastern 75 feet front and extending Back from 175 to 200 feet or More. For further particulars Call on b. T. Bull Melfa a. Notice to the Public. We have the Agency of Perdue amp Gunby for Sale of Road carts double and single farm wagon9, delivery wagons spindle wagons Dayton surveys Phaeton All kinds of harness amp a. We guarantee satisfaction in Quality and prices and will take pleasure at All times in assisting purchasers in putting vehicles together. Thanking our friends in Advance for their patronage respectfully Eichelberger amp Nock Tasley a. Will visit Accomac c. H., ev4% court Day. A. A. A Don t blame the gook if your bread and pastry is the soggy indigestible misery making kind. Its dollars to doughnuts that the flour is guilty of the offence. Our flour makes Light White delicious bread and pastry always. A poor Luck is unknown where it rules the cooking. It insures Good results because it is uniform in Quality monday tuesday wednesday and every Day in the week the Best. Candidly can you afford to go on using Hap Hazard flour when our Mill to consumer system puts our superior.,product in your Home at less expense we Cut out the retailers profits. We sell you flour direct at wholesale prices. We will save you All those dollars that the retail dealer has previously pocketed. Try our method. You la never go Back to the old Way. Write us for prices Pocomoke City my Eagle Mills. By Anne Heilman. Copyrighted 1909, by associated literary press mrs. Platt sat on her front porch Busy in braiding a mat. She was one of those women one likes to have about. There was a certain comforting presence in her Large figure and comely face. Although the face when at rest was somewhat sad yet it was one of those beaming faces that seem full of love for the whole world that is for All whom she admitted into her world. For those outside of its Bounds she had no use. Just now her thoughts were Busy with her neighbor in whose direction she sent her glances. A a Peter a getting his supper Early a she mused. A a it a pretty lonely for him but i Hope he wont be in veiled into taking Serena Lamb for a housekeeper. I never was one to promote gossip but All Clifton knows that her reputation for dressing far outdoes her skill in housekeeping. If i thought a just then Sefc turned her head and caught sight of mrs. Lamb walking up the path. A too bad to see that Nice Home going to rack and ruin a mrs. Lamb began after settling herself in the Rocker. A i hear its fairly swarming with mice. Peter Only uses two rooms. Isnit it a wonder he ainu to picked out a housekeeper Afore this a a a in be an idea a said mrs. Platt endeavouring to Spe amp a unconcern edly a that hell probably ask you a a me a interrupted mrs. Lamb in a astonished tone. A me and with such a famous Cook As you next door Trust a Man to get a Cook when he s free to pick and choose. Sarah was t much on the cooking and i guess hell want a a David and i spent Twenty five Happy years in this House a sighed mrs. Platt. A a it a come hard for me to leave itis a a a and i could t possibly leave my place a protested mrs. Lamb. A and the Garden doing so nicely too. You daughter see my strawberries Emeline. Peter says they Are the finest he Ever saw. Id bring you Over a Saucer Ful but As Peter was going on so about your getting to Stout i thought i encourage your appetite any. Yell a looking keenly . Friend to assure herself that the blow had struck Home a i must be getting Serena fared Forth slowly along the Grassy Lane. A Emeline done to care shucks for Peter Judd a she shrewdly conjectured. A David Platte a Money is More to her than any living Man. But Bhend take the place for no other reason than to keep me out of it As if any one would look twice when i m around a and she glowed with a Fine satisfaction As she compared herself to mrs. Platt to be sure Emeline was an Umpire on All the arts of housekeeping her a cookery was town talk while she had never become proficient in the Art but there were other ways of reaching a Many a heart. Serena knew because she had proved it twice. In fact neither lady had deceived the other. Each knew the other from widely different motives stood ready at a moments notice to respond to Peter Judd Scall for a housekeeper. Each knew that Clifton was wondering which of the two widows who lived on either Side of Peter would be called eventually to fill the departed Sarah a place for the custom prevailed in Clifton when a Man was in the Wisdom of Providence bereaved to Hunt out some widow respected by the Community to undertake the duties of housekeeper and generally after a decent period of mourning the Twain became one. A if Serena makes up her mind to have Peter hell have to give in a philosophize mrs. Platt. A a she a already married two that did no to in the least want her. She a comfortably off too and done to need to leave her Home. I be so set against it if i did no to know a twas her that interfered Between him and Floretta Young More a Twenty years ago. Peter up and married Sarah out of pure spite and Floretta took that Good for nothing by Blakey. If Ever two people were Cut out for one another Peter and Floretta were7 Well As he a held out again Serena for Over a year he May escape for Good. Ill not worry any but she did. The Chance and apparently careless remarks that Serena let fall As if an understanding existed Between herself and Peter Judd fretted a Mellner a spirit. In the Depths of her honest soul a she believed that Peter was a regular caller at the Lamb Home. She waited for the announcement of Serena a engagement As for a blow that was sure to fall. Still when it came she was not prepared for it. One afternoon she had just taken her accustomed seat on the porch when the Gate opened and mrs. Lamb swept up the path with an unusual air of importance. A land ainu to it hot a she exclaimed. A such a muss As in be got into a carefully arranging the folds of her new Organ die skirt before sitting Down. Her tone rang with Triumph. Mrs. Platt Felt the change in the atmosphere and All her world darkened. A a there Sall that House of Peters to be gone Over this hot weather. Not a mite of cleaning since Sarah died. Such a looking place and it must be All rid up by the Middle of september. I just ran in to ask if your paint and Whitewash brushes were in Good order. Peter said As How you mentioned having a Supply of Mem when you offered to keep House for him months ago. My How red your face is Emeline you Hadnot ought to Wea Pink. Now if i do say it in be a complexion that la stand any a i did no to exactly offers a stammered mrs Platte ears of mortification smart ing her eyes. Quot a ooh Well it is All past and done with a interrupted Serena airily. A i just had to give in. take a Well if you la lend the brushes ill be go into armed with the brushes. Serena departed every movement of the Organ die proclaiming Victory. In the Days that followed mrs. Platt gave much time to sitting on the front porch watching her friends Progress in the housecleaning line. Serena called Seldom now nth the time passed slowly. A i just ran in to. Ask your opinion of these began Serena one Day in september. A a we re going to have new carpets for the double Parlours. Done to you prefer the Green a Serena wore her Best dress. A i shall need a new one she said complacently smoothing Down its Silken folds. A i suppose the affair �?T11 come off soon a ventured mrs. Platt after the merits of greens and reds in carpets had been duly canvassed but Serena Only smiled consciously As she gathered up the samples and departed. A i suppose it la come off after Harvest a mused mrs. Platt Despo Dently meaning Peters wedding. One afternoon As mrs. Platt was setting her table for Tea she was surprised by a Call from Peter Judd. A coming to invite me to the wedding a she surmised As he sauntered up the path. A Well if its foreordained he should marry Serena ill not be spiteful about it sit Down and have a cup of Tea she urged cutting a great fat. Shaking four storied Jelly cake into generous slices. Peter Judd a Large Man with a pleasant Florid face seated himself and absorbed Tea and cake with Mitch satisfaction. A you always were a master hand at cake Emeline a he commented affably. A i never saw your beat. Its something in that line that i called to see you was it possible that he was going to ask her to initiate Serena in the difficult Art mrs. Platte a face clouded. A Well a she asked in a strained voice. A i want that you should do a Little baking for me. Could you a a do some baking for Yop a she gasped. A for the lands Sakes when a Peter reached for another piece of cake. A for the next tuesday and the balance of the week. Youth know what a the wedding was to take place tuesday. Then. Emeline a world was a temporary Blank. A Serena like it a she faltered. A what if she done to exploded or. Judd. A she can to Cook. And i want something decent in the House when i get Back from a Aback Froid Minooka a Emeline asked in a dazed fashion. A Are you going away a a Why of course going to Minooka to get Mafried. Done to you know that Floretta lives there a a a Floretta Are you is she a a her Many a dead if that a what you re trying to get at drank himself to death i reckon. I thought you knew All mrs. Platt poured More Tea with a shaking hand. A sudden burst of Sunshine illuminated her world. A does miss Lamb know a a not she a returned Peter beginning another attack on the cake. A a a taint none of her business anyway. I got her to clean up before Floretta comes. That Sall i wanted of her. Will you do them things Emeline the cakes and such a / a yes yes a cried mrs. Platt. Her voice was Joyful her face aglow. All the gloom of the past few weeks vanished As if by magic. A a in la do More a that. Peter. In a so tickled to have Floretta for a neighbor again that in a invite a lot of her old friends Here for tuesday. And i la have the Best dinner spread out that you Ever sat Dawn it r perils of explorers. A tragic journey across a desert of Central Asia. One of the most of the Central asian adventures of Sven Hedin the swedish explorer. Was Ali is in february 1895, Sven Hedin started eastward exploring the country Between the Kashgar and Markand Rivers proceeding in april to Cross the Takla Mann desert Between the Yark Atid and Khotan Rivers. Never before had any known traveler attempted to exploit a course amid the eternal sea of shifting Sand Hills from River to River. The tale of that Little travel worn bedraggled group far beyond the last watering place enveloped in dust stumbling along through the dreary but agitated desert sea by Crooks and roundabout ways with desolation spread around and every Trace of life departed was a weird and pathetic one. A not even a Fly was to be heard in the air not even a yellow Leaf broke the and Ever at their head was the sturdy figure of the swedish explorer Compass in hand still enthusiastic guiding them As Best he could through the death shrouded wilderness. At length the camels had to eat their Straw saddles and the last of the bread was gone. Horrors followed. As men and camels dropped out of the line they were immediately enveloped in the whirling Sand shroud and never seen again. The end came on May 5, when Sven Hedin crawling on All fours dragged himself across the dry bed of the Khotan River. A fall of a sudden a Duck flew into the air and water splashed a he wrote. Two of his followers were All that survived and it is doubtful whether even those two would have lived to Tell the tale had not Sven Hedin carried Back water for them in his boots. Marked their1 Trail sure enough tale. In a certain private school there is a Small boy who is always cheerfully Miles behind everybody else. is not a Dull boy but learning does not Appeal to him As being a thing especially to be desired. Recently the teacher told the class in composition that on the next Day she would expect each of them to be Able to write a Short anecdote. She explained with great care the meaning of the word anecdote and next Day when she called the class up to write All but the laggard went at once to work. A Why done to you write an anecdote Rob a asked the teacher. A i forgot that an anecdote is a said Rob undisturbed. A i explained to you yesterday Rob and you ought to remember a said the teacher a bit out of patience. A an anecdote is a tale. Now Rob Bent Over his slate and with much twisting of brow and writhing of lip. Ground out his task. When the slates were collected his was at the very top of the Heap. The teacher picked it up and this is what she read a yesterday we had soup made from the anecdote of an mail. Two Brave women who outwitted a band of indians. One summer afternoon in 1776 Jemima Boone and two Sisters named Callaway while boating on the Kentucky allowed their Canoe to Drift close to the a opposite Bank. Here behind a Bush five Shawnee warriors were in hiding and although the spot was not More than a Quarter of a mile from Boonesborough one of the Shaw nees struck boldly out into the water seized the Canoe and dragged it to Shore with its screaming occupants. Once in the Power of the indians however these Youthful daughters of the wilderness betrayed a wonderful self Possession and resourcefulness. They knew enough of Indian customs to realize that if their strength failed them and they should prove unequal to the Long March to the Shawnee towns on the Ohio they would a slaughtered mercilessly. So they stifled sobs and calmly accompanied their captors without protest or struggle. At every Opportunity though they secretly Tore Little pieces from their clothing and attached them to Bushes of the Trail. Nothing More was needed to inform Boone and his fellow settlers who had quickly started in Pursuit that they were on the right track and on the second Day of the Captivity they caught up with the indians. A Volley Laid two shawnees Low the rest fled and by the close of another Day the girls were Safe in the arms of their thankful . Addington Bruce in Smiths Magazine. Stories of w. S. Gilbert. When sir Henry Irving and Edwin Booth were acting together in London at doubled prices the Story goes that or. Herman Vezin meeting w. S. Gilbert in the Street asked him whether he had been to this quite exceptional show. A no a said or. Gilbert a i have sometimes paid half a Guinea to see one bad actor but i will not pay a Guinea to see or. Beerbohm tree was playing the part of falstaff at the London Hay Market and the indispensable stuffing made him perspire profusely. Or. Gilbert who was in the theater went behind the scenes to see the actor who May Well have been expected to be congratulated on the excellence of his impersonation. A How Well your skin acts a said or. graphic. Helped some. A the got a Check to his career. A indeed too bad a a not at a Why not a a. A it was for $10,000.�?� two Points of View. They were looking at a portrait of Catherine of Russia. Said the Man a what a remarkably Strong and vigorous face she has a said the woman a i wonder if her hair waved dealer. A is Hope. A Hope a remarked the Mere Man certainly a wonderful v a it is a rejoined the Wise woman. A Why one Little nibble will keep my husband fishing All a Chicago news. Advice. A can i offer you a Little Friendly advice a a if you take a Little in Here negotiations courier journal. A thing is Worth what it will fetch a a dutch proverb. Peter the great As a Drinker. There is preserved in the bodleian Library Oxford an innkeepers Bill Foi breakfast eaten in England by Peter the great of Russia. The Czar and his Twenty companions managed to dispose of half a sheep a Quarter of Lamb ten pullets twelve chickens three quarts of Brandy six quarts of mulled wine seven dozen of eggs with salad in proportion. Peter was always a hard Drinker. would drink a pin of Brandy and a bottle of Sherry Foi his morning draft after dinner he managed eight bottles of sack a and so to the but his favorite drink was hot Pepper and Brandy. had the Bill. Tom in restaurant a excuse me old Man but would you mind paying my Check i Haven to anything but a forty Dollar Bill. Jack a forty Dollar Bill Why i never heard of a Bill of that denomination. Tom Here it is a Bill from my tailor a Chicago news. In a dilemma. A a necklace of diamonds has been stolen from me a said mrs. Cumrow. A a rent to you going to notify the police a a i done to know what to do. It does seem rather Classy to be robbed of jewelry and yet i hate to have people think that id Ever miss a Little thing like a Star. Exclusive. A where do the Hottentots live Mary a a schoolteacher asked one of her pupils. A i done to know pm a said Mary primly. A Ama wont let me visit any of the people in this the exceptions. A binks has a Fine new a everything stationary in it i a absolutely everything except his wife and the . Far gift of language. Advantages of the Man who is Able to talk Well. There is no other one thing which enables us to make so Good an impression especially upon those who do not know us thoroughly As the ability to Converse Well. A Man who Oan talk Well who has the Art of Putti a a thing sin an attractive Way who can interest others immediately by his Power of speech has a very great Ign Over one who May know More than he but who cannot express himself with ease or eloquence. You May be a Good Singer a Fine artist you May have a great Many accomplishments which people occasionally see or enjoy you May have a very Beautiful Home and a lot of property which comparatively few pen Pic Ever know about but if you Are a Good Converser every one you meet recognizes and appreciates your act. Everybody you Converse with feels the influence of your skill and Charm. To other words there is no accomplishment no attainment which you can use so constantly and effectively which will give so much pleasure to your friends As Fine conversation. There is no that the gift of language was intended to be a much greater accomplishment than the majority of us have Ever made of Orison Swett Marden in Success Magazine. Paper and Canvas. An anecdote of Turner the great landscape Painter. In a Book entitled a stories of the English artists r. Davies and c. Hunt Tell an interesting anecdote of Turner the great landscape Painter. disliked to part with his pictures and when he sold one invariably wore a look of dejection and oppression. If a Friend asked him what was the matter he would sorrowfully explain a a in be lost one of my children this once a Rich Birmingham manufacturer Gillott by name a introduced himself to the Painter and stated that he had come to buy. A a done to want to sell or some such laconic Rebuff was the answer. The manufacturer then Drew from his pocket a bundle of banknotes about ,000 Worth. A Mere paper a observed Turner with grim humor a Little softened however and evidently enjoying the joke. A to be bartered for Mere Canvas a replied the persistent Gillott waving his hand at the a building of car to Bagel and its companions. This tone of Cool depreciation seemed to have a Happy effect and finally Gillott departed with some �5,000 Worth of Turners a a strenuous wooer. A the reminiscences of Bismarck contains an account of his courtship. was a Young prussian officer when he first met Johanna von Puttkamer but he made application at once to her father for permission to pay his addresses. Aghast at Bismarck s proposal the old gentleman did not absolutely decline it instead he wrote giving permission to pay a sort of a visit of inspection at the Puttkamer Home. Bismarck hastened to Reinfeld. The whole Puttkamer family was lined up to Greet him. The father and Mother glared at him solemnly and Johanna herself stood Between them her Eye cast modestly downward. With Tho Swift whirlwind decision that scored Bismarck his later political triumphs he carried the situation by storm. Galloping up the driveway he leaped from his horse ran Forward and Flung his arms around Johanna taking no heed of her scandalized parents and catching her to his breast and covering her blushing face with kisses. After that there could be no talk of a a probation or the betrothal was necessarily an accepted fact the finicky humor of Lesche Tizzy. Some amusing stories Are told of Lesche Tizzy. The great piano teacher whose comic spirit is one of the predominating features of his character. It is Well known that he is a Man of Strong likes and dislikes. When an american pianist a dozen or so years ago went to Vienna to study with him he wore Bis hair Long a habit much affected at that time by the aspiring Young artist. So greatly did his general appearance annoy the professor that at the end of the first lesson the student received instructions to go and have his hair Cut Short. Although Loath to part with his locks the Young pianist nevertheless obeyed and turned up at the next lesson with his hair Cut in the conventional Way. Still Lesche Tizzy was not satisfied. A there is something about you that i done to like a cried the professor. A your ears Are too Long. Have them Cut off and let your hair grow again a a Smiths Magazine. Electrical discharges from plants. The atmosphere surrounding our Earth is known to be electrified and its charges Are bound to play an important part in Many Phenomena. Atmospheric electrification thus is responsible for the formation of rain and Hail and while Fine weather generally is characterized by the presence of positive electricity a change in the weather is generally accompanied by a change in the sign of atmospheric electricity. That the electrification of the air does exert some influence on Plant growth is inferred from the fact that electrified plants under the influence of Sunshine can give off electricity from the leaves and As the air is naturally electrified relatively to the soil All plants Are bound to be in a constant state of slow electrical discharge which is made Active on the rising of the Sun. A technical world Magazine. Helped out. A grocery clerk in a Small town had been considerably bored one Day by solicitors for Church fairs Raffles Charity and other purposes and was getting disgusted when a Small red haired Urchin came in and asked him if he could help him out with a baseball Glove. A got the Glove with you a asked the impatient clerk. 1 a a Era no a answered the Urchin. A then a said the irritable clerk As he caught him by the neck and trousers a a in la help you out without it a judge. _

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