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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - August 14, 1918, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Volume c. H., va., saturday july 3, 1909. Number 52. Fletcher jr., a a Cognac. S. K. Powell Onancock. Fletcher amp Powell attorneys at Law offices a Accomac c. And Onan cock a. Practice in All he courts on the1 Eastern Shore of Virginia. N. B. Wescott. S. Jas. Turlington. Wescott 4 Turlington attorneys at Law. Offices Accomac c. H., Mapps Borg and fair Oaks a. Practice in All the courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. G. Walter Mapp. J. Brooks Mapp Mapp 4 Mapp attorneys at Law. Offices Orangeville Keller and Accomac 0. H., practice in All courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Otho f. Mears attorney at Law offices Eastville Northampton county and Accomac court House practices in All courts on to it e Eastern Shore of Virginia. John 8. Parsons attorney Ai Law Accomac courthouse a. Will practice in ail courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. A Jno. And j. Harry Rew attorneys at Law. Offices Accomac 0. And Parks Ley. At Accomac c. H., every wednesday. Will practice in All the courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Roy d. White attorney at Law offices Parksley and Accomac . Practices in All courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. Prompt attention to All business. Ben t. Gunter at Tomey at Law Accomac 0. H., va., will practice in All the courts of Accomac and Northampton counties Warner ame8, attorney at Law offices Accomac c. An Onancock. At Accomac q. Every wednesday and Friday. Will practice in All the courts of to and Northampton counties. Established in 1862. C. 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. Baltimore my. J. G. Cropper. T. P. Copes. We. N. Copes. Call on us of or Wastl a shoe a Iasi Een made for tender feet the Glove Uke a atm to Meiji new then m50 &4p� sold by f��p/t�sen7at/ve do Alors fire life. And j j Marine i at the right Price and on accommodating terms. T Confidence in the agent and reputation of the company Are two essential Points in selecting insurance. Our companies Are old established and fire tested. We guarantee our rates to be As Low As any reliable company. ,.1 \ we appreciate past favors and respectfully solicit a continuance of your insurance with us. Agents for the celebrated Oliver typewriter Kelly amp Nottingham agents Onancock is. Farm and household supplies. 1 at lowest Market Price everything needed on Suai Une of general Mer will-Tesr-6 corrected by apr . Treasurer Yjih. i practices in All the courts the Eastern Shore of Virginia. If you want at lowest prices the Best building material doors Sash blinds mouldings Stair fails 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. Their hew Juke. It came with the reunion after both had suffered. Parksley lots for Sale. The undersigned offers for Sale at private contract four very desirable business lots of Cooke Street. A number of Choice building lots on Adelaide Chadbourne Maxwell Callen and Gertrude streets Patton and Browne avenues. Also 12 acres of land immediately adjoining Parksley on the North with a frontage of 300 Yards on n. Y. P. Amp n. R., very desirable for Mill and factory Sites. Reasonable terms. Immediate Possession. Charles e. Lane. . D. L�ll1ston dentist. A Accomac court House Quot i a office hours from 9 a. M. To 5 p. Mill be at Parksley every Tugadi or. W. M. Turlingto veterinarian fair Oaks a. Reference past patrons. Can be called by phone Day _ w. G. Emmett notary Public Belle Haven. A. 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 Gibbs. Call and get our prices. Rogers a amp Boggs me i fava. 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 Quot patronage. We cannot Tell ally we Only name in part the bargains we have to offer attention is especially invited to our Stock of it shoes. 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 to Fri t f Rit Bodiger we have always been in the Lead but never As we will be this season. They will surely be up tor a a. Xiv t Date in every particular this season. And of the Quot Good old summer time goods for ladies we have a county Surveyor Dainty lawns Dimitres Gingham White goods &c., Accomac c. H., a. And to see is to buy them. Thoroughly equipped with latest a. Come to our store and we will convince you that we Are in the Lead not Only in goods Nien Tion. A is a a a Lukuc in uni Awin my r Best instruments owners his services in my other lines the citizens of Accomac county. Will meet All engagements prompt yours anxious to please l. J. Byrd general employment agent 604 e. Pratt Street it Imore my. J. W. Rogers amp bro., Onley. A. We. P. Bell amp co., druggists Accomac Chi a a. Agents for Waterman a Ideal Fountain pens. Stock always on hand. Finest line of stationery on Eastern Shore of a. Follow the crowd. Greater and greater grows the Sale Glicks great Sale k of the county. This Sale was not originated to Glim a and Flash out in a few Days it was formulated to hold it Lic interest for weeks this week beginning this very a will be an illustration of aggressive and progressive iness. We offer the largest newest most reliable decile dependable Stock of merchandise for the whole Fily at prices simply irresistible. Full line of new v dry goods at Baltimore prices. A remember the name and place a Jas. W. Broughton. A Len Lilliston. Broughton amp Lilliston fire Marine Accident plate Glass and life insurance Accomac a. 111 c k amp co. Onancock Virginia the Busy Corner. Call on us for the Standard liquid sprayer the Only one made without pumps and nozzles therefore avoiding the most troublesome and expensive part of other sprayers. A sprayer not a sprinkler completely covers All parts of plants can be used not Only on potatoes but All kinds of crops sprays All liquid poisons. They have been in successful use in county for last four years and testimonials of their Merit can be furnished from our office of those who have used them. Also for flooring framing and All kinds of building materials. Berry crates crab boxes truck barrels a. Baughns cons celebrated guano general merchandise amp a. We Waliur Trade and can give Best prices. Benbush manufacturing co., general agent for the county. O., Accomac a. 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 off on Street running East and West beginning at Point 40 Yards from station and none More than 300 Yards Distant with r. Track As Eastern Boundary. \ lots 76 feet front and extending Back from 176 to 200 feet or More. For further particulars Call on b. It. Bull a a. A a Quot looking for business for water works of any kind either wind Mill outfit or gasoline engine outfit with air compression tank or any kind you May desire. Also gasoline engine with feed Mill and Cut off table for sawing and grinding your own stuff prices and terms right and work guaranteed All put into your hands. Apply to w. S. Nook Hailwood va., or his local agents whose. Names will appear later. Notice to the Public. We have the Agency of Perdue amp Gunby for Sale of Road carts double and single farm wagons 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. Don t blame the gook if your bread and pastry is the soggy indigestible misery making kind. Its dollars to Dong nats 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 i Quality monday tuesday wednesday and every Day in the week the Best. Candidly can Yon 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. Yen la never go Back to the old Way. Write us for prices. Pocomoke City i Eagle mils by Marie 8ylvestre. 1909, by associated literary press Katherine Denton was a not in unusual product of a Quot workaday great City yet was she an exception to her Sisters. In years she a. Twenty two when Dwight Sanborn first knew her and added to physical attractiveness was an indefinable something that reminded you of Dresden China or Dainty delicate Silks something alien to a strident. Jostling world of dollars and Duns. Miss Denton was a stenographer in the Law office where Young Sanborn worked after graduation from the Law school and where he subsequently earned a Junior partnership. In the first Days of apprenticeship to the Law he remembered More of Browning than of Blackstone and quoted the philosopher Kant to the neglect of the Legal Kent. It was similarity in tastes that first brought the Young people closer than stenographer and employer. Sanborn was dictating a petition to be filed in an action for breach of Promise and his levity evidenced his distaste of the task. Flippantly he quoted from mrs. Brownings immortal sonnet which the incautious defendant had incorporated in a letter destined to be an exhibit in the Case Quot i love thee with a love i seemed to lose with my lost saints. I love thee with the breath. Smiles a a the rest escaped him. A smiles a a be repeated in an Effort to remember when miss Denton interrupted a smiles tears of All my life and if god choose i Shal but love thee better after the repetition was impersonal of course and the Young lawyer let escape him the repressed tenseness of the tones which told of sympathy with the heart that gave the sentiment of the world and More than that for a Man who could inspire it Sanborn laughed thanked her for completing the quotation and finished outlining the petition. After Vard he remembered and a Day or two later a daintily bound volume of the portuguese sonnets reached miss Denton s desk with Sanborn a card. That was the came quickly to both of them and scarcely a year elapsed until Katherine Denton was Katherine Sanborn. Courtship Days were dreams of accomplishment and development of higher ideals they believed they wanted to realize. But while the woman loved and lived and dreamed the Man deteriorated Quot to the typically masculine. became or Biart to manipulation of Tho Laws intricacies h p ulary retained counsel to a number of immense and important corporations. His Days at the office were filled with the Law and the evenings at Home Felt the dominating influence of ambitions passion. Instead of the dreams of sweetheart Days everything was subordinated to the quest for Legal Success. And to Katherine came the thought that even in his profession ideals had been dethroned and Nev foods set up for adoration and Devotion for Sanborn was at his Best when piloting a corporation Craft through mazes that baffled the intent of the statutes. A a in a losing the Man i married Quot she cried to herself in the Solitude of neglected wife Hood. A a he a slipping slipping and i cannot prevent it cannot hold with disillusionment came unrest with unrest rebellion. To the woman it seemed that All that life held Worth while was being taken from her. She was envied As the wife of a Brilliant Man one destined to acquire great wealth but these were not desirable to her. A a sometimes i m not quite Happy a she told him faltering by one night when he remarked her apparent 111 Riess. Quot nonsense Little girl we re getting along famously a he . A you Are a she answered dully. A Well it s for us both a was his reply but it did not satisfy. For three years she endured it and because there were Only the two of them life grew lonelier and lonelier until in a moment of desperate aberration she fled his House and left a note bidding him not to seek her. At first she was in doubt where to turn. She had a Little Money and Felt sure she could secure a position As stenographer and that a few weeks would enable her to regain her old time cleverness in the calling. Then she reflected that Sanborn would naturally seek her in the Field of her former employment she thought of nursing and it seemed a Haven. To forget one s own Griefs in Comfort lug others in distress appealed to her. A fortnight after her flight she was a student nurse in a private sanitarium under the direction of a kindly old physician who had known and loved the girl since her earliest Days in new York. Wisdom had come to him with years and he knew that a few months of the seclusion she sought would bring clearer vision. At the first Shock Sanborn was nigh to insanity. That his Katherine was discontented he had not believed. Yet in her note he saw what they had missed because of his Money madness. Rights she was a million times right he told himself bitterly and could he find her again they would begin together at the Start and please god. In his eyes and a determined expression about his Mouth. How handsome be looked How tall and Strong be was Dorothy caught her breath. A i thought you had gone away a she managed to say. A Only Down to the Junction to meet the chief Engineer. wanted to talk Over my next Job with me. Its a Little bigger than anything in be Ever undertaken before. But you did no to think id go without seeing you again did Yon Dorothy after sunday night a a i Ian t know murmured Dorotny her eyes on the big buckles of her colonial slippers. John Porter seated himself on the porch rail and looked straight at Dor Othyl a face. A Dorothy a he said Quot i know its the general. Opinion that a Man has no right to ask a girl with a Rich father to marry him until he can provide for her the things she has been accustomed to having but it seems to me that if a girl really eared for a Man she could be Happy with him even if she had to do without some of the things shed been used Quot i thought Dorothy Quot if it can be possible that the hero has modern improvements but she kept her eyes on the big Silver buckles and John Porter continued speaking with deliberate conviction. Quot and that is Why i dare to Tell you that you can afford to give no some of the things that Money can buy and come and share with me the things that can to be bought. Will you come Dorothy a Quot yes a said Dorothy meeting his look squarely at last a i will half an hour later they remembered Dorothy slather. A the will Uever allow you to marry me a cried John Porter a a common builder of roads a a a rising Young Engineer a corrected Dorothy. A come on. Ill manage 1�?~papa,�?� Bhe announced pushing aside the Portiero with one hand and drawing her Lover after her with the other a a in a going to marry or. Porter.or. Allen roused himself from the depth of a leather chair where he had been taking an afternoon Nap started a Little at the sight of the Young Man and looked quizzically at his daughter. A your prospects for doing so certainly look a Little brighter than they have for the past few Days a he remarked. A where bae you been keeping yourself or. Porter Dorothy and i had about concluded that you were too Busy a doing things to give us any attention. But if Dorothy has made no her mind to marry you you May As Well submit first As last. Do you think you can support her a a not in the style to which she has been accustomed a said John Porter. A but she is willing to dispense with a when i married Dorothy smother a said or. Allen Quot she bad a Little Money which i invested and after her death i put the investment in Dorothy a name without saying anything to her about it. Its really surprising How that Little sum has grown. The income from it is now quite he named a sum More than twice John porters salary. A i should think this added to your present income might provide for love in a cottage a a a with All the modern improvements a said Dorothy softly with shining eyes. The Bride a introduction. They had been married Only two a meet friends of their friends there. It was expected that there would necessarily be a show of dignity when the bridegroom and the Bride arrived. All of the company were there and sitting around looking their sweetest when the bridegroom and the Bride arrived. A Bride always makes dignity essential. It happened that the bridegroom was the particular Friend of the boat. The latter had never met the Bride. She was coming into an entirely new Circle. It was expected when the newlyweds arrived that or. Newlywed would stammer and Blush when he introduced mrs. Newlywed As his wife. Not so for this boy. sauntered in preceded by the dignified Bride. Everybody in the parlor bristled no. But it Wasny to to be a bristling affair at All. . Newlywed simply swept around caught the Host by the Arm and led him before the Bride. Quot Dave meet the old lady a he said. Dignity exit everybody laughed and got acquainted in a hurry. The Good natured introduction of the Host to the Bride loosened up the strings of social stress. The a old lady found herself among friends. A Indianapolis news. What a in a name one summer a distinguished member of the French Academy vented a cottage in Savoy and when the time came for his return to Paris he went to say Farewell to the owner of the cottage a prosperous Farmers wife. A i Hope you will write your name in my album Lefore you go a she said. A with pleasure a he a replied and taking a pen he wrote his name in the Book. A thanks a she said a but wont you please Tell me your profession so that i can write it after your name Quot a ooh put Down a landowner a Quot he an swered. A a but that in t a profession a she said. A Weil then put Down academician a a was his answer. This word seemed to Puzzle her and therefore he asked with a smile a a done to you know what an academician is a a not quite a she answered a but its such a Long word that the profession must be a splendid origin of Tho term to the average mexican All americans Are they Are too polite to Call you a Gringo to your face but among themselves it is the term generally used in referring to americans. It is a term of disrespect just As a a Greaser when applied to a mexican is an opprobrious term. A a Gringo had us origin daring our War with Mexico in 1847. Bobby Burns song with the chorus. Green grow the rashes of Green grow the rashes of the sweetest hours that Eer i spend Are event among the lasses of was very popular then and our soldiers in Mexico Sang it on the March and on nearly every occasion. A Green grow Quot sounded like a a Gringo to the mexicans unacquainted with English and they quickly Learned to speak of the american soldiers As a gringos a and thenceforth this appellation has been attached to All my Yarino a a nation of savers. Frenchman Aro Thrifty and invest in government Bonds. If you were a Frenchman with a very Small surplus to invest if even that surplus were but a modest franc you might become the bolder of a French government Bond. From the Cradle to the grave the French subject is taught to save and to turn his earnings into Safe income producing account says Charles Speare in the review of reviews. The state pays a Premium on Thrift it rewards its school children for various Good performances a Fth a tiny Bank Deposit which invariably will have grown into goodly size when the recipient has reached maturity. Having nursed its people through the Early stages of Economy it directs their Steps in the Choice of investments and even assumes paternal Power in arbitrarily transforming the savings Bank account into government Bonds or rentes. Thrift is a National characteristic. France is a nation of Little savers of Little incomes and of Little farms. Collectively these exercise a tremendous Power on the affairs of Europe. The Holder of the one or two franc Bond and the possessor of the Bank account so Small that Bankers of other countries would scorn it have built up a monetary Power that commands the respect of the world and indeed regulates the finances and politics of much More presumptuous nations. Bonds of states and governments of railroads with a government guarantee Bonds of cities and towns of mortgage companies Are the Frenchman a Choice. It is Safe to say that in Paris coupons Are Cut from the Bonds of nearly every government under the Sun. An innocent victim. Head so Liburna and the Grouchy master of Eton. Once when Algernon Charles Swinburne was travelling Back with his father from school at the end of one of the terms they entered a Carriage in which the then head master of Eton who was buried in the times was seated. A is no to that or. -7�?� the Admiral whispered to his son. A i believe it is a stammered Young Swinburne reluctantly. After a rebuke at the apparently careless answer the Admiral a accosted the awful presence with a Cdr. I believe sir a the doctor was plainly annoyed at being disturbed by a stranger. A Well sir a pursued the Admiral a my boy Here has just finished his first term at Eton and i should very much like to know what account you can give of As a matter of fact the doctor had not set eyes on Young Swinburne before. A enraged however i suppose a Swinburne afterwards related a at my fathers rather unconventional interruption which be had no doubt considered a slight on his dignity he glanced Down at me with a Scarlet face and said deliberately a your boy sir your boy is one of the very worst in the school a and then entrenched himself once More behind the at Paddington there was a storm. In vain Young Swinburne protested that the doctor had said what he had ont of pure vexation but the father declared that he would take the word of the head master and Swinburne was deprived of All pleasures and privileges for the duration of the advertiser. A Mutual Surprise. Tho meeting Between an ambitious Hunter and his first a Hazly. In a sketches of life in the Golden state colonel Albert s. Evans tells an amusing anecdote of an ambitious Hunter who met his first grizzly Bear a in procession. The incident occurred in the Woods near the site of the present town of Monterey. The Hunter sat Down to rest in the Shade of a tree and unwittingly went to sleep. When he woke it was near Sunset and he sat up rubbing his eyes and contemplating a return to his hotel several Miles Distant just then a rustling and crackling noise from a clump of Chaparral about 100 Yards away attracted his attention. Out walked a grizzly Bear a Monarch of his kind. yawned licked his jaws and then advanced toward the tree where our Hunter sat but evidently was unconscious of his presence. His grizzly majesty had proceeded about Twenty paces when a female Bear followed him Anc an instant later a third grizzly followed her at a slow shambling Pace. The Hunter sat spellbound with terror As the procession came toward him until the Forward grizzly was within thirty Yards. Then scarcely realizing what he did be sprang to his feet and uttered a frenzied yell yell upon yell the effect was magical. The Foremost Bear sprang into the air turned sharply about knocked the female Down rolled Over her gathered himself up and bolted a like forty cart loads of Rock going Down a Chute straight for the Chaparral again the other two bears close at his heels and never turning to see what had frightened them. The Hunter seeing the enemy retreating sprang to his feet and fled at top Speed for the hotel leaving hat and gun behind. The truth of his wild and startling tale was proved the next Day by the numerous Bear tracks of different sizes found in the marshy ground near by. But the three bears had gone off beyond Pursuit three kinds of cigars. What is a Havana Cigar George Augustus Sala who had studied cuban Clear making on the spot once set Forth that three kinds of cigars come from Havana itself first genuine havanas made of tobacco grown cured and rolled in the Island of Cuba second cigars composed inside of United states or european tobacco imported into Cuba with an outside wrapper of Havana Leaf third cigars brought ready made from Europe mostly from Bremen and Switzerland and re exported from Havana to Europe where they pay duty and Are sold to the unwary As nature As a designer. Not the least mysterious of All the wonders of the Earth is the extraordinary cleverness of Dame nature As a Carver and designer. Her tools Are air rain Rivers Springs and Frost any one who has Ever seen the marvelous Queen Bess Rock on the North Cornish coast that wonderful presentment of Queen Elizabeth who is seated so grandly upon the Sands must have asked himself the question As to How much a thing could have been accomplished. Continuous trickling of water wears away the face of the Rock. Haphazard it was until at last a weird pattern is formed that sometimes resembles a Many a face sometimes an animal. All Over the world nature has placed her picture gallery and her collection of statuary the biggest free show in the world. Another work of natures that very often results in extraordinary changes being effected is a landslip. And landslip have Arisen from the tiniest possible causes. A Little underground flow of water had gradually undermined a Hill or Cliff until at last the Earth became like a hollow nut. Then the soil became top heavy. The sea beat against its foundations and millions of tons of Earth were Flung into the sea which proves the axiom that the tiniest beginnings often produce the mightiest Standard. English Luggage lifters. English railway companies suffer severely through the Pur Loining of passengers baggage and other articles by platform thieves and in some cases it is a difficult matter to find out the miscreant one of these Luggage lifters was on an occasion some time ago seen keeping Vigil Over a Barrow of Luggage and in his hand he carried apparently a Good sized portmanteau. walked up and Down the platform several times and at last stopped opposite the Luggage. Placing his bag on the Barrow for a moment he then picked it up and walked off. But the Lynx Eye of one of the railway officials had also been watching the Barrow and going up to the Man had him arrested and searched. It was found that his apparent portmanteau was Only a Skeleton and inside had a be. Springs etc., which when placed Over a smaller bag held the latter in position. But for the smartness of the official another traveler a bag would have been answers. The hollow Bones of Birds. The hollow Bones of Birds Are frequently cited As Beautiful instances of providential mechanics in building the strongest and largest possible limb with the least expenditure of material and this is largely True and yet Birds like ducks which Cleave the air with the Speed of an express train have the Long Bones filled with marrow or saturated with fat while the lumbering Hornbill that fairly hurtles Over the treetops has one of the most completely pneumatic skeletons imaginable permeated with air to the very toe tips and the ungainly Pelican is nearly As Well off. Still it is but fair to say that the frigate Bird and Turkey Buzzards creatures which Are most at ease when on the Wing have extremely Light and hollow Bones but comparing one Bird with another the Paramount importance of a pneumatic Skeleton to a Bird is not As evident As that of a pneumatic tire to a . An Early a Duel with a Butler. About the Middle of the last Century the lord Rosebery of that time was in Paris and in paying a Call one Day he was received so rudely by the Butler that he complained to his Friend of the servants co duct. But the Butler had been a noncommissioned officer in the French army and As such he challenged lord Rosebery to a Duel. The Earl accepted and two shots were exchanged without result. But lord Rosebery was angered at his own condescension and afraid his antagonist might Lay aside his military rank and resume his duties As a servant thus exposing an Earl to the reproach of having fought with a Butler. So he settled an annuity of �250 on the Man on condition he did not return to Domestic service. The condition was faithfully observed on both sides. Lord russells retort. Lord Russell once presided at a dinner Given for sir Henry Irving on his return from America. While the dinner was in Progress lord Russell suggested to comyns Carr that he propose sir Henry a health. A i can to make speeches you know a he said. Sir Henry gently replied a i heard you make a Fine speech before the Parnell to which the pungent irishman answered a ooh. Yes but then i had something to talk about a before and after. A that couple used to be inseparable a year he observed a and now you hardly Ever see them together. Why is it do you know a a yes a said she. A they weren to married a year ago.�?new York press. Their present names. A what Are the names of that Young couple next door a a we wont be Able to find out for several weeks. They be just been married and he Calls her Birdie and she Calls him pettle._ Early football players. Football was for Many years the National game of Florence. The season was from january to March and the ladies and gentlemen of Florence and the populace As Well were wont to assemble on Tho Piazza Santa Rioce to witness the game which was called a Calcio a from the word meaning a to the last game was played in 1739. Corrected. Employer angrily a Young Man what do you mean by sitting there doing nothing for the last half hour done to you know better the to waste your time in that Way office boy i ainu to was tiny my time. It was some of news. Be not arrogant when Fortune smites nor dejected when she

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