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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - June 2, 1920, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Volume Xxxi. George l. Doughty jr., attorney at Law. Offices Accomac and Belle Haven. Practices in All courts on the Eastern Bhore of Virginia. P. Aylett attorney at Law office Accomac c. Practices in All courts on the Eastern Shor of Virginia. Abbott Byrd attorney and counsellor at Law. Offices Accomac c. H., Shinco Teague Island and me Tompkin a. At Chincoteague Island 4th week in every month. Will practice in All the courts of the Eastern Shore of Virginia. John w. West attorney at Law. Practices in All the courts of the Eastern Shore of a. Offices at Onancock and Accomac c. Stewart k. Powell attorney at Taw offices Accomac o. And Onan Cook a. Or in fences in All the court on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. N. B. Wescott. S. Jas. Turlington. We3co to & to a Lincton attorneys at Law offices Accomac c. A Mapps Burg and fair Oaks a. Practice in All the courts on the e Stern Shore of Virginia. G. Walter Mapp. Brooks Mapp Mapp & Mapp. Attorneys at Law. Offices Grangeville Keller and Accomac c. H., practice in All court on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Otho f. Mears attorney at Law offices Eastville Accomac court House practices in All courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. John s. Parsons attorney at Law Accomac courthouse. A. Will practice in All court of acco Mac and Northampton counties. J no b. And j. Harky Rew. Attorneys at Law. 0 dices Accomac 0. And Parks Ley. At Accomac c. H., every wednesday. Will practice in All the courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Ben t. Gunter. Attorney at Law Accomac 0. A. A. A will practice in All the courts of Accomac and Northampton counties i. Floyd Nook attorney at Law Accomac 0. H., a. Practices in All the courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Warner Ames attorney at Law offices Ace Omae . And Onancock. At Accomac c. Every wednesday and Friday. Will practice in All the courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. John e. Nottingham. Jr., attorney at Law Franktown. A practices in All the courts on the Kastern Shore of Virginia. Or. D. Lilliston dentist. Accomac court House va.? Ortice hours from 9a.m.t06 p. Will be at Parksley every tuesday. Or. John a. Turlington veterinarian. Graduate United states College of veterinary science. Fair Oaks Virginia. Via Melfa office hours 7t09 a. M.?6 to by. Will practice in Accomac and North Hampton counties. Or. W. Turlington veterinarian fair Oaks a. Reference past patrons. Oan be called by phone Day or of Fth. Or. Garland e. Finney veterinarian graduate of University of Pennsylvania. Onancock Virginia. Office hours a to 9a. M., 7to 9 p m. Will practice in Accomac and North Ampton counties. W. G. Emmett notary Public Belle Haven Virginia. Fred. E. Ruediger county Surveyor Accomac c. H., a. Thoroughly equipped with latest and beat instruments owners his services to the citizens of Accomac county. Eye nose Throat and ear. Or. Horace w. Nicholson 114 w. Franklin st., Baltimore my. Chasolen building room 21. Hours 9a. M., to 1 p. Im., and by appointment. Telephone connections. Or. Has. F. Turman dentist. 1 will practice my profession at Bloxom and new Church on the Fol lowing dates Bloxom. New Church. March 13, 14, 15, 16, 17. April 10, 11, 12, 13, 14.may 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. June 12, 13, 14, 15, 16. Only 10,11, 12, .13, 14.maiaofltoe?,va� we. P. Bell & co., druggists Accomac .� agents for Waterman s Ideal Fountain Peri. Stock always on hand finest line of stationery on Eastern Shore of a. The South Bend watch. If it s a watch you want you cannot possibly Overlook the South Bend. The South Bend is an accurate re liable timekeeper fully guaranteed by makers. Any time within 6 months a new one will be Given in Exchange for ene proving there Are scores of representative citizens of this county to whom have sold South Bend watches. The Yare satisfied and proud of have told me they would not dispose of them for double the Price paid. If you Are interested let me sub Mit prices and refer you to sem neighbor who is the proud possessor South Bend. W. Neville jeweler Onancock a. Jno. W. Duncan & son jewellers Onancock. Virginia., is offering an unusually Large Stock of watches clocks silverware jewel by diamonds a. Especial attention is invited to his Supply of wedding presents an Don forget my when indeed of spectacles. Ask your neighbor about his ability to properly fit you. C. S. Waples with we. Waterall & co., front and Mechanic sts., Camden n. J., manufacturers of combination and univer Sal mixed paints White Lead roof paints Etc. For Sale by . Rogers & Bros. Finney. Bores & & Waples Max Mason co.,borers Bros.,Rogers & bores. Helta. & Bros., Cheston nested g. F. Byrd me Songo. A. Baltimore office 514 american build in j. A. Kernodle practical Tinner slate and Sheet Metal worker and sanitary plumber now located at Parksley and respectfully solicits the patronage of the Public. Stove repairing a specially. Lightning rods furnished and put up at a reasonable Price. Estimates cheerfully furnished and satisfaction guaranteed. Martin & Mason co. Call attention to their Large Stock of. Sash. Doors blinds. Moulding builders hardware. Shingles laths. Lime bricks. And building material generally. Paints. Oil Sand painters supplies. We Are prepared to Cut House Bills to order also to manufacture barrel Staves and Heads of goo Quality. Our grist Mill will run every sat urday notwithstanding reports tothe contrary. We shall at All time be pleased to show our goods and invite you Socall and inspect our Stock before making your purchases and we will save you Money. Martin & Mason co Harborton a. Want to Exchange one mule 1,000 lbs in his teens but a Good worker Anda three year old general Max Colt broken in double buggy harness can Trot for a pair of Blocky mules 3 to 6 Yea sold Good weight gentle to Al farming implements. Black cow peas for Sale. We handle most everything carried by the retail dealer direct fro manufacturers. Glad to have a share of your patronage at lowest Price. Harry t. White & son wholesale grocers broker an manufacturers agents Mckemie Park. A. Pianos player pianos organs Knabe Ludwig Kroeger and other pianos. We make a Liberal allowance for old instruments in Exchange. Write for prices and terms. Moser music House incorporated. Shirley Pattie mgr., 110 plume st., opposite Post office Norfolk a. An insurance policy is As valuable As a deed. And it is a guarantee against by Large assets. It costs no More to get Thebes. Protect your Home and business against fire by a policy in one of the following companies assets. Surplus to policy holders. Home insurance co., n. Y. $30,179,913 $15,329,613. Aetna insurance co., Conn. 21,023,554 12,369,016. Hartford insurance co. 24,363,635 8,923,967.fidelitv-Phoenix, n. Y. 13,790,298 5,734,087. Phila. Underwriters 24,768,966 10,891,086.n. Y. Underwriters 24,363,635 8,923,967. Germania fire n. Y. 6,648,971 3,021,74#. Petersburg saving & ins. Co. 3,166,147 822,926. Saint Paul fire & Marine 7,028,704 1,908,712. Hamburg Bremen fire 1,985,139 663,443. Williamsburg City n. Y. 2,844,451 917,548. A. Fire & Marine ins. Co. 1,590,315 798,288.london Assurance corp. 3,665,813 1,195,075. Caledonian insurance co. 2,078,920 579,736. Queen of America. 9,025,889 4,389,125.american surety company 2,500,000 2,500,000. Represented by Kelly & Nottingham agents Onancock Virginia. We wish to say that we keep at All times for Sale at the lowest possible margin of profit the following goods feeds Corn Oats Hay and middling. Flour we Are now working on our second car Load since materials shingles lathes Lime bricks and Cement. Farm implements planet or. Cultivators and Standard sprayers. We have a Complete assortment of sizes and value sin screen doors an window screens and screen wire. Oar Stock of general merchandise is Complete and Well selected. T. S. Hopkins & co.,Tasley. A. Spring and summer goods. Save Money by buying your Spring goods of us. New line now open bought direct from factory an offered at lowest margin of profit in dress goods notions shoes for men boys ladies and children matting in Al grades agricultural implements All kinds of Mill feeds american steel wire Fence 39, 41, 47 and 53 inches High&c., a. Flour a specially. Gall and let us save you Money. W. Rogers & bro., Onley a. Bash doors blinds. Parksley manufacturing co., dealers in hardware paints oils and varnishes the great Majestic Range cast ranges Cook and heating stoves farming implements Mill feeds middling Corn and Oats bran and Chick feed bricks Lime Cement lath &c., Sash doors blinds mantels Cabinet mantels Stair rails and All kinds attention Given to anyone going to build. Will see you in person or furnish estimates on application. Parksley manufacturing co., Parksley Virginia. A Dollar saved is a Dollar a de. Having recently purchased at a bankrupt Sale about 500 pairs of shoes the same is offered at Way Down prices cheaper than they can be bought at wholesale. We offer ladies shoe Worth $2.00 at 50 cents. We also carry a full line of building material of All kinds Viz Lime Cement hardware doors Sash blinds &c., also cooking and Coal Oil stoves Best in world flour at $5.25 per bbl.?and a full line of general merchandise. Come and get your share of the bargains i have to offer. Ben g. Johnson Marsh Market j/\ c. S. Sche Horii i son,Grain?Hay? Are headquarter Sfara. A meat meal by ground Bone w Ohar Coa said mrs. Chick Chick to or. Puck puck Alfalfa m laying Fine these Days and it a All on account of the my Swatch m Yon 07 Loar Lica Norn prescribed for me As a steady ? , Russ Lsssie Baltimore my. Accomac c. H., va., saturday july 29, 1911. Mortgagor an mortgagee the interest was not paid yet the mortgage was not foreclosed by f. A. Mitchel copyright by Afner ican press association. 1911. The Only Way miss Sanderson Al least the Best Way out of the matter said the attorney gathering up papers strewn Over a table is for you to marry the Man of whom you have made these Good gracious the sums you have borrowed from time to time Are so Large i Don t know who has loaned me the Money. It was All arranged through an Pardon me. One step at a time. You can t Hope to pay off the Mort gages and a very Large sum of interest Money comes due sept. 1. Foreclosures Are to be expected on the property pledged As Security which is i know All that. Tell me about this method you marriage. Let us look the matter squarely in the face. You Are not o 1 course willing to lose the Best build Ings you Whon am i to marry these Loans have All been made by the same person Edmond Eastburn who inherited a Large estate from his father. is thirty two years old about five years your senior i be Lieve very Good seven years your Senlac. Intelligent handsome and generally but i can t ask a Man to marry i will arrange a meeting for you. 11 is my business As your attorney to save your property. Leave the preliminaries to me. Mrs. Eastburn the gentle Man s Mother is an old Friend of mine. I think i can arrange for an invitation for you to visit her at her country Resi without either she or her son know ing the object of my coming neither shall have a very Well. You have my a week from that Day miss Sander son received a kind note from mrs. Eastburn containing an invitation to visit her and to set the Date herself. Miss Sanderson accepted and mentioned the 10th of july As the Date of her arrival. Mrs. Eastburn told her son that she was expecting a visitor of whom she had heard Many pleasant things and asked him if he would not like to. Meet her. At fhe station and bring her to the House. Ordering his Auto he proceeded to the station. Are. You looking for miss Sander son asked a Young woman who left the train. ? i you re or. Eastburn then i m miss Sanderson s maid. Just before the. Time to leave a matter of business came up which must be at tended to. mistress sent me on to say that she will be up Well come with the maid carried Only a Little hand bag but something Eastburn could t very Well Tell what induced him to re Liere her. Of it there were but Twe seats in the Auto so that he and the maid sat Side by Side. opened conversation. I have never seen your Haven t you sir no. Is she Young about my age after a pause he asked if the lady was pretty. Of no sir. Most people would t Call miss Sanderson that evening or. Eastburn dined with his Mother smoked yawned and said that if miss Sanderson or some one else did t come the next Day he must go Back to the City. could t positively stand the Dull. Place any longer. At 9 o clock he said he would go up to his room and read. Passing the sewing room be saw miss Sander son s maid doing some mending. Do you think your mistress i surely arrive tomorrow he asked. "1 Don t know sir. She said so he stood at the door irresolute. Even a Chat with the maid would be a re Lief. I wish you d Tell me something about her. I m intolerably bored i should think a Young Man would find it Dull in the country unless he had some Man companion or some girl to flirt of no sir. should t do that do what flirt with Why. Not she might become attached to no fear of that in my i Don t agree with you of you Don t that s very Nice of you. I see you have a Way of saying pleasant things. Is your mistress like you in that respect �. I would t think of criticising my i did t ask you to criticise her. I merely asked you to Tell me some thing about her to pass the time. Jus think of my going to my room at this hour when i m in the City i Don t go to my club till after 11, and i Seldom leave it before 1." if you were married you wouldst care to do that would t it no. I a Why not you would then begin to begin to live yes sir. No Man or woman really begins to live Henro marriage that is. ? sprains require careful keep quiet and apply Chamberlain s i liniment freely. It will remove the soreness and quickly restore the parts Ito a healthy condition. For Sale by All dealers. If Uliey Don t marry at the proper time for marriage they Don t All the Nat ural course of their lives. They Don t or. Eastburn was silent and thought Ful for a moment then said i believe you re right. Many an evening 1 go to my lonely room in the City and to bed but you have a Home Here Here Why Mother bothers me All the while. She treats the As she did when i was a boy. It s my rubbers or my overcoat or a fear that i la get spilled out of my Auto or something like that with no rest from morning till the maid Bent Over her work think ing. A Penny for your thoughts said Eastburn. The maid looked up inquiringly and he explained by asking her what had set her to thinking. I was she replied if a wife should worry about you in that Way would it Bote i wonder was the indefinite reply. Or. Eastburn heard his Mother com ing upstairs and not relishing being caught in conversation with a maid he went on up to his room. The suggestion that marriage was. After All the Only real life for Man or woman coming from one who could not Possi Bly aspire to one of such different so Cial position impressed him. Women had said that to him before but he knew they either wished to marry him for his wealth or secure him for a daughter. Spoken by this Humble maid the words had a new import. As he was dropping off to sleep he was picturing a Home of his own with a wife in it and during the last moment before unconsciousness the wife was the image of miss Sanderson s maid. The next morning while or. East Burn was sitting with his Mother at the breakfast table a Telegram was received from the expected guest saying that she was again delayed and would write. When the letter came the writer said that it might be a week be fore she could arrive. She also gave the information that her maid was not a common servant but a student of Domestic science and a Friend whom she had taken into her service. Would or. Eastburn kindly treat her with More consideration than an Ordinary servant Mother exclaimed the son con found this miss Sanderson what do you mean Edmond she s sent a lady up Here As a maid without telling us anything about it i suspected right away that the girl was not an Ordinary maid. We must change our treatment of her at once. Let her Dine with us this evening. I wish to make amends for not having shown her proper miss Eastburn was quite willing to act upon her son s suggestion. She spoke to the maid after breakfast and told her of the proposed change. Please give me your name said mrs. Eastburn. Adele m never mind the m a Adele what Adele Well miss Richards. I believe you brought some baggage of your own. I Trust you have some suitable a miss Richards said that she had and from that moment dropped the ways of a maid. She appeared at Din Ner suitably but simply dressed and it seemed to or. Eastburn that the whole House was changed. His Mother was delighted that something had occurred to keep him with her since she had been dreading his departure. Or. Eastburn asked a great Many questions about Domestic science and from miss Richards replies made up his mind that she must be a very stupid student. But since she was pretty and attractive he did t mind this. After dinner when the maid lady or maid whichever the girl was sat Down at the piano and played the most difficult music delightfully or. Eastburn was surprised again. From that time Forward the Young Man had some one to flirt with and thus while away the hours pleasantly. forgot All about the expected guest or if he remembered that she was to visit his Mother hoped her engagements would keep her away in definitely. Fortunately for him she never came. During miss Richards stay the Loaner of surplus funds instructed his attorney to foreclose certain Mort gages the interest of which was in default the attorney replied that the Mortgagor would like to meet him at their office for a conference. Or. Eastburn spoke of the matter to miss Richards to whom he had become engaged saying that he would decline the conference. His Fiancee convinced him that it was his duty to meet his debtor. went to the City and miss Rich Ards followed him on the next train. On entering his attorney s private of fice whom should he see but miss Sanderson s maid. What Are you Here for he asked astonished. I m your my debtor yes. I m Edith Sanderson the the Young Man looked at his Fiancee in a dazed manner while she continued perhaps you d better not foreclose these mortgages seeing that the mat ter will soon be in the Well i reckon not replied if Eastburn dumbfounded. Fissures in the Rockies. In some of the High plateaus or mesas of the Rocky mountains there Are to be found a Short distance from the Edge cracks or fissures not More than four feet wide and often As much As eighty feet deep. During the terrific blizzards that rage in the Winter these crevices Are filled to the level and cattle and horses which Are not acquainted with the country frequently drop into them their struggles Only causing them to sink deeper and deeper. The cracks into which the Sun never penetrates Are like refrigerators and the hapless brutes when death has come to their Relief become to All intents and purposes mummies. Umpires and grit courageous acts of the men in the Iron masks. A Fine display of nerve. When Billy Evans braved the on Slaught of a Chicago mob and won out a notable decision by o Day. An Umpire who saved baseball. Umpires Are Brave men at least the great majority of them. One of the bravest things i Ever saw was the act of Billy Evans on the old White sox grounds in Chicago writes Hugh Ful Lerton in the american Magazine. On that Park there was a tier of seats known As the stockyards in which gathered one of the most dangerous crowds for umpires in the country. They were regulars who occupied the same seats almost every Day and who fought for them. The seats of course were not reserved but hundreds claimed a title to certain places. They paid their quarters and if any one was in the place and refused to move he was tossed out and thrown Over the Heads of the crowd to the Bottom. That crowd started after Evans who had Given a close decision at third base against Chicago. Evans walked Over on to foul ground Back of first base and a Shower of bottles fell around him. It looked As if a Hundred men were throwing bottles at the Umpire. One bottle touched his Cap several bounded and struck him one hit him on the Arm. During this bombardment Evans did not turn his head. stood watching the Batter. For at least three minutes the bottles whistled around his head. The people in the grand stand shouted for him to run fearing he would be killed. The players beg ged him to move into the Diamond out of Range. stood still with Back to his foes until the Batter made a base hit then trotted Down near Sec Ond base to watch for a play there. As the opposing team took the Field a few moments later Evans walked to the same position Back of first base and the crowd that had tried to kill him stood up and cheered him. They recognized a Brave Man. One fellow threw a bottle and the crowd pitched him Down the Steep Steps passing him along until he hit the Fence. The nervies decision and one of the most important Ever made was that of Umpire o Day in the world s championship game Between Chicago and Detroit on oct 8, 1907, the first game of the series which finally ended in a tie in twelve innings. In the eleventh inning Chicago actually scored the winning run Only to lose it through the decision of o Day a Chicago Man and a National leaguer. Slagle was on third base and started Home with the Ball Back of third in left Field. The Ball was thrown Home and arrived after Slagle had crossed the plate and was nearly to the Bench. Steinfeldt who had been batting was excited and when the Ball was thrown to the plate wild and wide he jumped and let it hit his shoulder and prevented Schmidt from catching it o Day in spit of the fact that Slagle had crossed the plate and that there was t a Chance to put him out called him out because of Sternfeldt s interference. There was a close decision at Cleve land one Day when tim Hurst widely known As the scrappy ump was officiating. Burkett was trying to score from second on a hit the Catcher failed to touch his foot but touched his knee and Cleveland claimed the foot reached the rubber before the Ball reached the knee. Hurst called him out and in the Wrangle that followed expelled Pat Tebeau o Connor and Burkett from the game. Then he put them off the grounds. They left the playing enclosure but All three had their Heads Over a Gate shouting at Hurst and urging the other players to avenge them. Tebeau shouted to Good old Deacon Maguyre who was catch ing get after him. Jim Hurst heard but was not in position to reply. Maguire Beard and waited until he thought Hurst mis called a strike. Then he rushed at the Umpire at top Speed. Hurst stood still. When Maguire came near enough Hurst kicked him on the shins and poked his mask into his face. Maguire fell Back astonished. Of you Don t like it Jim said Hurst softly give it to Pat i merely punched you vicariously they Are Square men these umpires forced to be a bit Gruff and to fight but their Devotion to their work and their honest Effort to discharge their duties Mark them As men of High integrity. And they Are game i saw Bob Emslie once when a foul Ball struck him Over the heart. The pain was excruciating. His face Gran White and he set his Teeth together and resumed work. Three balls were pitched after he was hit. called them All clearly. Then he collapsed falling As if dead and was carried off the Field unconscious. One night i saw politicians wealthy men club owners argue for hours with an Umpire. All they wanted him to say was i did t see it upon those words Hung the Fate of a championship the future of a major league and the honesty of baseball the Umpire replied but it i did see it and he saved the important question. The new fireman was telling his wife about the fire. It broke out at Midnight in the Vod differs House on the he said and just As we got there miss von Buffer came stumbling out of the flames and smoke carrying her lit tie Niece All wrapped up in her arms. It was the bravest act i Ever what was she wearing inquired the fireman s wife.?Cleveland Plain dealer. Right in your busiest season when you have the least time to spare you Are most Likely to take diarrhoea and lose several Days time unless you have Chamberlain s Colic choler and diarrhoea remedy at hand and take a dose on the first appearance of the disease. For be by All Deal number 3. A rising financier. has the right idea and the nerve if he can Only work them the old Man was perched upon a High Stool figuring up the Day s sales of dry goods groceries and hardware when his son came in with a Rush. Say pop exclaimed the Young than if i can buy a s3oo horse for $l5o, will you take a chattel mortgage on him and help me out with the Cash what kind of a Hoss my son inquired the father cautiously. Bay four years old sixteen hands High weighs a thousand pounds and is sound in wind limb and that sounds Good to me my son and i want to do All i can to help you along in the and he reached Down into the Safe for his Roll. How much do you want a Hundred and forty nine the old Man gasped and caught hold of the desk. What he exclaimed. A Hundred and forty nine fifty. I be got half a slowly the old Man shoved the Roll Back into the Safe. son be said softly Yon Are wasting time trading houses. What you ought to do is to go into the loan and Trust business."? w. Lampton in Lippincott s. Taxes and torture. The Duke of Alva s tenth Penny that caused riots in Spain. One of the most absurd and Tyran Nical measures of taxation that were Ever imposed upon a people was that ordered by the despotic Duke of Alva prominent in the history of Spain up to 1552, when he died. For six years he was governor gen eral of the Netherlands and levied a tax called the tenth Penny or 10 per cent upon every article of mer Chandise to be paid As often As it should be sold. assessed real and personal property 1 per cent to be paid instantly and collected once and on every Transfer of realty he exacted 6 per cent. Every one in the land excepting Alva himself perceived How utterly ridiculous a scheme it would prove but he persisted in enforcing the Rule. The towns rebelled and examples by dozens were made of refractory subjects who were tortured to death but to no purpose. Finally Philip 11., the Spanish King was petitioned and a temporary com Promise was effected by which the towns were to pay $2,000,000 annually for the two succeeding years until August 1571. L i ice in Persia. The fact that ice is plentiful and cheap makes living in Persia More pleasant than it would otherwise be and the fact that it can be obtained at All is indicative of the ingenuity of the people of the country. The ground is so porous that water percolates through quickly. There Are therefore few Rivers or lakes from which ice can be obtained and it is Seldom so cold in any part of Persia that ice of a thickness suitable for packing would form under the direct rays of the Sun. The persian obtains his ice by making a shallow Pool and building a High Wall which will protect it from the Sun. A thin layer of ice will form. This he floods at night with water and so he goes on adding Inch to Inch until he can Cut a Block of considerable thickness.?los Angeles times. I Garfish skin. A woman looking Over costly jewel cases in one of the most expensive of the Uptown shops the other Day was struck with the beaut Ful Ivory like finish of a number of them. What Are they made of she asked admiringly. Garfish skin Madam answered the Salesman. Garfish leather we find is very Little known about out Side of the Trade and yet it has come to be of importance. It not Only can be worked up to the polish but it is wonderfully hard. They say certain tribes of indians knew its secret and that among them it was used Asar mor the tradition being that a breast plate of it would resist any Tomahawk or Arrow. It can be made now so that it will turn the Edge of a knife or a spear."?new York Sun. I he liked the lie. William was said to be the ugliest though the most lovable Man in Louisiana. On returning to the plan tation after a Short absence his brother said Willie i met in new Orleans a mrs. Forrester who is a great admirer of yours. She said though that it was t to much the brilliancy of your mental attainments As your marvelous phys ical and facial Beauty which charmed and delighted Edmund cried William earnestly that is a wicked lie but Tell it to me again everybody s. England s Cream Ponie. The famous Cream ponies which Are used to draw the King s Carriage on state occasions Are the sole survivors of a Breed of horses which has otherwise passed out of existence. They Are the direct and Only pure bred descendants of the famous horses of Hanover which George i. Brought with him to his new English kingdom two centuries ago. The once famous White horses and Black horses of Han Over have died out and now the creams alone survive and Only in England for when Queen Victoria sent to Hanover about 1890 to procure fresh Stock for the Royal stud not one was to be found London answers. Reputation. Reputation is one of the prizes for which men contend. It is As or. Burke Calls it the cheap defense and ornament of nations and the nurse of Manly it produces More labor and More Talent than twice the wealth of a country could Ever rear up. It is the Coin of Genius and it is the imperious duty of every Man to be Stow it with the most scrupulous jus Tice and the Wisest economy.?Sydney Smith

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