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27 Mar 1918

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27 Mar 1918

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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - March 27, 1918, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Volume xxviii. Accomac c. H., va., saturday november 21, 1908. Number 22. 0. Walter Mapp. J. Brooks Mapp. Mapp & Mapp attorneys at Law. Offices Orangeville Keller and Accomac c. H., practice in All courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Otho f. Mears attorney at Law offices Eastville Northampton county Ami Accomac court House practices in All courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. John s. Parsons attorney Ai Law Accomac courthouse a. Will practice in All courts of acco Mac and Northi Upton counties. 8. James Turlington attorney at Law. c. Aud fair Oaks a. Practices in All the courts on the Masteru Shore of Virginia. Jno. R. And j. Harry Kew attorneys at Law. c. 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 Aud Accomac c. Practices in All courts of Accomac and Northia Inalou counties. Prompt Auer thou to All business. Ren t. Gunter attorney at Law Accomac c. H., va., will practice in All the courts of Accomac Aud Northampton counties Warner Ames attorney at Law offices Accomac c. La. Aud Oua cock at Accomac c. Every Vedneeda and Friday. Will practice in All the courts o Accomac Ami Northampton counties. John e. Nottingham jr., .atyokney-at-Law,.i Frauk town a practices in All the courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Will be at Eastville Aud Accomac c h. First Day of every court and at East Ville Evert wednesday. L. Floyd Nock attorney at Law. Accomac c. H., a. Practices in All tue courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Or. D. Lill1ston, dentist. Accomac court House a. Office hours from 9 a. M. To 6 p. M. Wil be Ai Parksley every tuesday. Or. W. M. Turlington veterinarian fair Oaks a. Reference past patrons. Can be called by phone Day c night. W. G. Emmett notary Public Belle Haven. A. Fred. E. Rued1uer county Surveyor Accomac c. H., a. Thoroughly i quipped with latest a Best instruments oilers his services he citizens of Accomac Coutv. Will meet All engagements prompt its. 3onr Colin Arroma. Nil Mieure 23c. Shampoo 50 facial Massage 50c. Scalp treatment 50c. Paul Dewees plumber steam and hot water fitter Pocomoke City my. G St Tiibi druggists Accomac c. H., va., agents for Waterman s Ideal Fountain pen Stock always on hand. Finest line of stationery on Eastern Shore of v White hotel and liver capt. We. T. Mister proprietor hotel. Harry t. White it son proprietor of livery. Hay and feed grocers and brokers and mfr s. Age Harry t. White & son Broomtown a. B. T. Gunter president. W. C. Parsons cashier. Vernon Burton asst. Cashier. I United Stolles government depository Onley a. Customers extended every accommodation consist ent with conservative banking. Strictly a Home institution. The smallest depositor receives a prompt and courteous treatment As the largest. Managed entirely by our Home people. We pay 1interest of time depos Atso tax notice. To the tax payers of Accomac co notice is hereby Given that the state tax and county Levy tor the year isms Are now due and that in pursuance of Law we will be Ai the following named places in the Taid districts at tile time herein specified for the purpose of collecting said taxes and levies Viz appointments of a. J. Lilliston pungotea0ue, october 24th, nov. 28. Accomac nov. 25th, 26ui and 80th. Painter october Lotti nov. 84lb. Kehor " 14th, nov. 27th. Appointments of no. La. Pruitt or. Sauford november 80th and 21st. Limiting Creek " 28th, morning. Leemonia " Mililli afternoon Justis Ville " 28th, morning. 1 Ardsley nov. 28th, afternoon. Accomac c. H., october 5th, Aud Tarsi Day of every court. Those failing to pay their taxes be fore 1st Day of december a lob Svi. Have 5 per cent and a additional per Cern added to their tax Bills a the Law directs. All tax payers Ai requested to pay before decent a 1st, and thus save the penalties those who have not paid their 190 taxes Are requested to do so at u appointment most convenient the Mern. Alt 1907 capitation taxes unpaid b. November 15th, 190s, will Berei urm. Delinquent. The payment of Capiuk you tax Lor 1908 will be required is. Months before a election in order l vote. Yours very truly a. J. Allision treasurer w. Pruitt jr., by. Treas builders material c. We have a Large line of All kinds o builders material and can save you Money if you Wicall to see us. We name in part doors. Sash. Blinds mouldings mantels. Newels. Gable Orna ments. Brackets. Laths. Brick shingles hair Lime Cement a. & a trial order will convince you Tea we can save you Money. Let us give you our prices. G. T. Benson & co., Keller a. For Sale at private contract s. Truck farm store and gris and saw Mill Complete All in Goc condition located at Klej Orang md., within 3 Miles of Railroad St tion Girdletree md., and 2� Miles b. C. & a. Steamboat line boat twit a week store with Stock of Good school and Church within 200 Yan of property All in Good condition. Will sell at right Price on Liber terms. Building on place. We. J. Payne Klej Grange my. Martin k Mason cd Call attention to their Large Stock Sash doors blinds moulding builders hardware Shingl laths Lime Blicks and buil ing material generally pain oils and painters supplies. We Are prepared to Cut House Bills order also manufacture barrel sta1 and Heads of Good Quality. Our i Mill will run every saturday notwithstanding reports to the c tray we shall at All times be pleased show our goods and invite you to Jaie and inspect our 6tock before Maki its. Your purchases Aud we will save j Money. Martin k Mason co., Ilar Boito a established in 1862. C. S. Schermerhorn 8c son. Receivers shippers dealers Grain. Hay and Mill feeds seed Oats linseed meal Cotton seed meal gluten feed. So distributors of the Purina poultry feeds. 127 and 129 chep5ide, Neiti Pratt Street. Baltimore my fall and Winter goods. We have them direct from factory Aud can sell at lowest prices a Art As follows Duess goods. Notions a. In larger quantities than Ever before. Shoes for men boys ladies and children from ?5.00 its with us. Trunks Fine Lap Robes blankets a. in world and Climax. Shingles Lime bricks wire Fence Coal a. All at lowest margin of profit. J. W. Rogers & bro., Onley. A. Farm and household supplies. We have and will sell you at lowest Market Price everything needed on inn and in the House. In addition to our usual line of general mer Man Dine consisting of dry Doods notions boots shoes hats Caps Lothing groceries a we also have in Stock wire fencing Hay shingles Lime bricks Coal and All kinds of seed and farming implements in part As follows Ernis trans planters Iron age potato planters disc harrows Spike har rows double and Bingle plows. Iron age Riding cultivators Aud planet or. hot bed Glass. Call and get our prices. Riggers & Boggs Melfa a. Follow la crowd greater and greater grows the Sale Dick s great Sale talk of the county. This Sale was not originated to Glim mer and Flash out in a few Days it was formulated to Hole t Public interest for week beginning this Verf hour will be an illustration of aggressive and progressive a business. We offer the largest newest most reliable deju sizable dependable Stock of merchandise for the Whol s. Family at prices simply irresistible. Full line of Nev 38 York dry oods at Baltimore prices. A remember the name and place Glick & co. Onancock Virginia thu Busy Corner. Of lits. To m is to Al do of i l Tut Protection if 51 j our a Ranee slews 6eetlietjxade-i1ed us loathe sole off loom Are flexible a act they Seq their Hajje Vest Arperd aadliwtfwlty"fhysreflielcst.$3.00 $3.50 $4.00 sold representative dealers impressing Isabel. By Elliot Walker. Copyrighted 190r, by associated literary press. To sure i Don t know Boh 1 no Ever to get oat f Thia Tho girl peered helplessly from the anti on ted shed shuddering it the Thun Der crashes close of the heels of every deaf of lightning. A deluge of rain swept across Tho wild pastures the Brook fifty feet u Way Rof tred Bot Ween its Alder lined Bonks. Upon her wide Bat fell u steady dribble from the Leaky roof and her thin dampening in the Mist driven shelter. She forced � laugh. Isabel Lynn was Dot easily daunted. Of course it was lonely and wet and very shattering to the nerves bul she was perfectly Safe. Of yes Iel Lier thank bet stars to be secure under the Friendly boards. Suddenly a gasp broke from her. Shu shrank Back. Something was coming with leaps through the High weeds growing frankly at the Corner of her Retreat. Through Isabel s startled Blain Tore thoughts of dangerous ant the near mountains might bold anything. She cowered into the farthest Corner. Surely Tho Hiing would go by. Bul it did t. It dashed under Tho shed with a loud snort blowing and shaking vigorously Hen stood gazing at the storm and words came to Isa Bel s horrified cars la a steady Stream of disgusted Wrath. Well if this does t Beal to look it my shoes look Al my new flannel suit my hat is ruined the next hmm i g trailing around on the Trail of a Ghi i la know ii. Foster Allston you re in unmitigated ass. I guess lie harm ing miss Lynn will not have Tho pleas ure of meeting you girls Lah i la take the first train Homo. I wish i d never heard of so do sounded a voice Iii his rear. The Niau jumped and wheeled. saw a slender White gowned figure straighten up take a Forward step and then halt a cup of Thunder drowned his exclamation. Then his jaw fell. I do Yon speak so indignantly. tried to really la am Over Joyed to to be Here. Miss Lynn. Of course you is bless my Boul so unexpected you know. Quite a show Ile Cut a ridiculous figure in Lils Star embarrassment pulling off the wrecked Straw hat bowing in Bis soaked garments greatly it loss for words woefully conscious of what to had said. And he know that Isabel Lynn had Hoard him As a Model of Courtesy and on8y manners. Ile scraped a hesitating toe in the in big Lilly Jlynn Naej it for this his fifty mile journey Isabel is extremely particular and sensitive to first impressions,1 Bis aunt Julia had Sahl. Here is your letter of introduction Foster. It s silly to go crazy Over a photograph but go ahead. She is Worth it. Everything depends upon the Way she is approached. I be praised you to her up to the the girl stepped nearer eying Bim in scornful amusement her eyes were Bright with us concealed desire to hum ble. The dampness had curled her Dis ordered hair la bewitching rings about her White forehead. Rosea Shino in the smooth checks where sarcastic dimples played. Allston thought be had never seen a More Lovely face nor one so unread Able. Idly swinging her Bat be surveyed him curiously with a chilling hauteur which stung him to Steadi Ness Aud a reckless impulse to retort. When Ono Summers at a farmhouse and takes Long strolls an wetting must be expected. Or. All Ston said Isabel evenly. You should t mind your new suit or your shoos. Dear me How childish i have heard that you could fiord to disregard trifles. I was t to blame. You need t have trailed Allston regarded her in silence. There was More than a hint of Dis appointment in Isabel s tone. Had she been prejudiced in Bis favor Only to react sharply at his Boyish outburst surely some humor Lay by the Situa tion. Could t the girl see it he reflected dismally that Many women never forgive slighting remarks even when uttered in unmeaning careless Ness. The Cool voice went on. I suppose they told you it the House that i was Over this Way Foster nodded. And you never imagined i might by in the s shed a head shake. You must have had me very much on your mind. Were i a big Mau seek ing a lost Damsel my idea would be to keep my eyes open for the shelters to which she would sensibly run not lost my Wita in selfish consideration of Rai neut and then anathema ize Tho lady she laughed Cut tingly. Allston s countenance was reddening Why Don t you speak the up Luj of her Chin was a Challenge for his re ply. She would laugh and forgive Hin after Ruff client reduction. I m thinking said Allston slowly i m trying to Maire out what Chance have of.of". paused hesitating. What Chance Ner eyes open wide at his seeming audacity. Of catching the g o clock train. It i getting of Isabel looked Down then do a strange darkness was settling Down upon the Earth. Both had forgotten Tho storm now grumbling Back froth the South. The Man stopped out in the rain. In a moment to returned. I face was set in hard worried lines. You la put on my coat and Well be into the open said he decidedly. May be a fool but i know something of cloudburst. This building Len Safe. Quick a Sharp command a Cratch Beneat her Arm then a rapid hoisting of rough ground through a Pelt of he drops to i Low Stone Wall Aud Isalt thiess Felt herself pulled to i Knees while a Strong Arm clasped a firmly. Ling All save the recognition Sud rior strength and judgment a. Filled by the murky re j re berating Shooks of heaven s Artil Lery thundering Over the bul lied against him with b Little cry by her frightened a Broad slept i. F Haine shunned lending Trees flattened to Earth and a Distant Rall bldg into i ing wreckage. The Niau held her More tightly with Lin ii cod Clous pressure. His face we i steady tense to Bis watching yet filled with that bold half smiling Enod the visages of those who by face a the next Bright Hare found her eyes meeting his in a look As rapid and lube the lightning itself. The girl smiled at Liim As his breath Drew in sharply. Down shouted Allston. Flat it s shut your eyes and hang to my Isabel did. Iii the Roar of the Ole meats she Clung blindly to him con \ Clous Only of a deafening noise Aud a collapse. The hush following was broken by Auston s in " 1 bought so he uttered. Look our shed is a Heap of Sticks miss Lynn. That miniature Cyclone hit it it. Well Well if i had t Hap l pm d to think so much of my. "1 on to said the girl. Don to please the min solemnly consulted his watch. If to hurry to observed i can get to i Home and catch my a 1 caught Bis steel e. N she whispered softly. I d Rath in you would miss All ton s aunt Julia was speaking of his engagement a month after a bedraggled couple surprised the Ocee pants of a certain farmhouse. I Don t understand How Foster Man aged la so quickly she said. I find my Kiter of introduction i lie must have made an excellent impression the minute be met Napoleon and the roman Law. Napoleon i. Had an extraordinary Nillie appeared never to Ling be cared to remember and lated information As the Stom Ach d of retaining Only the valuable. An incident will illustrate this remarkable Quality of Bia mind. When forming the code Napoleon he frequently astonished the Council of state by the skill with which hell lust rated any Point in discussion by quote la whole passages from memory e roman civil Law. The Council wondered How a Man whose life had been passed in Camp came to know so much about the old roman Laws. Finally Otu of them asked him How he acquired his Knowles when i was a lieutenant Napo Leon replied i was unjustly placed under arrest sly Small prison room contained no furniture except an old chair and a cupboard. In the he ter was a Pom Ennis volume which proved to be the Loman Law. You eau imagine what a valuable prize the Book was to me. It was so Bulky Aud the leaves Wero so covered with marginal notes in manuscript Thal had i been confined 100 years i need never have been Idle. When i recovered my Liberty at the end of ten Days 1 was saturated with Justinian and the de Ciflie As of the Hollian legislation. It waa Hen i acquired my knowledge of the Chil Marr Ireje among the aztecs. The aztecs the most civilized peo ple of the new world at the time of its discovery had a curious marriage Cus Tom. The ceremony was performed by d priest who took the hands of Tho Bride and bridegroom asking Thom if Ikey would marry. then took a Corner of the woman s Eil and the Man s Robe and d them together and so they were led to the bridegroom s House. A fresh fire was then kindled of the Hearth and around this fire the priest 1 the Bride to go seven times. The wedded couple then Sal Down to got i a and so was the marriage contracted. An inventory was also made which the father of the Bride after Ward retained of All Tho Man and wife Brough together of furniture for the House of land of jewels Orna ments and i Lothes. Then if it chanced Thal the couple were divorced As was common among the aztecs when Man and wife did not agree they divided the a. Is a cording to the portion each had brought to the other both Man and wife having Liberty to marry again whom they phased. Of the children f the marriage the daughters were Given to the wife Aud the sons to the husband. It was enacted upon pain h Thal the divorced couple were hot again to remarry. A Finland festival. Paul Wineman s a summer tour in Finland contains this pretty bit of folklore Midsummer l the great an dual festival of Finland. From every height a Bonfire leaps to Tho sky in Honor of the mating of night and Day. Who Are then United. The finn Soss a poetical legend relating to this annual custom. Koit and Amaryk the unset and Sunrise be seethed Tho lord of the sky to give them permission to be eternally a Bride and bridegroom and once a year to clasp each other in their glow ing a Lessen from nature. Young gentlemen lectured the eminent instructor you Are old enough now to put away Tho childish and triv Ial amusements that sufficed for you when i u Vero younger. Learn a Les son from to dumb brutes and oven from the reptiles. When they arrive Al maturity they comport themselves with in i in t so with the Rattlesnake pro be objected the Young Man with the lad Eye. The older he grows the More rattles he plays Tribune. Stopping Tho exodus. During service in an English Church on a warm sunday Many of the con Gre Rioh finding the air oppressive and silently stole away. The min late. Perceiving that the exodus a Abo it to become epidemic paused ii his discourse Brethren he said " am Here to deliver a Sermon not i Bol Houy stupid sheep. Hey Are about the most senseless of All a nimrods. A Colorado ranch Man declares that 0 animal that walks is As big a fool 1 u sheep. J we have to watch them every min t the if vigilance is relaxed for an instant the entire sock is Likely to t act locally commit suicide. In Lum 1 King most animals some degree of self t Elp or intelligence can he relied id the owner in saving their lives but eem to Sot deliberately to work 1 o kill themselves. If caught in a storm on the Plains 1 hey will Drift before the wind and j in of cold ind exposure rather than novo a Hundred Yards to Windward to Blain shelter in their Corral to drive Heep against the wind is absolutely impossible. I Omo lost Over 1,000 head Icca Uso i could not drive them to a Omi not Jon feet away. In the Corral they Are still More bolls. If a storm comes up they All Down wind until stopped by the once. Then commences the proceed do so much dreaded by sheep men mown As piling the sheep will limb Over each other s backs until hey Aro heaped up ten feet High. Of Lourse All those at the Bottom Aro smothered. Not one has sense enough o seek shelter under the Lee of the j Eure As a horse or dog would do. Again if a sheep gets into a Quick Sand its Fate teaches nothing to those hat come immediately after but the whole flock will follow its Leader to lest auction. No More exasperating by i Tuple animal than a sheep walks.". St. Louis Globe Democrat. A chinese Story. The noted liar who had a fairly competent spouse. A noted liar once told a Friend that to had at heme three precious things. I Bullock which could run boo Miles a Lay it fowl which crowed at the begin Ning of each watch Day and night and Init could read books. The Friend intimated that he would lose no time in seeing these marvels with his own byes. The Man did not expect this As ins House was somewhat Distant so he went Hollie and told his wife that he Liilo got caught at last and that Tomor Row the Man would arrive and he would be disgraced. Never mind said the spouse leave that to me. It will be All right Only you must keep Oul of next morning the visitor arrived and being met by the mistress asked where her husband was. has Gine to Pekin she replied. When will he be Back in eight or nine Why How can he be so Quick he has gone off on our fast Bullock and so can do it i hear you have also a wonderful fowl said Tho visitor. And behold As he was speaking a Small cock Crew. That s said the wife. Ile crows at the beginning of each watch and also when a visitor i would also like to see the Learned dog he said. A said she i am sorry but you see we Are very poor and so he keeps a school la Tho Kook. Left him in doubt. A certain Young artist in new York who is on terms of comparative inti Macy with Tho janitor of the apart ment House wherein he maintains his studio is in some doubt whether the said janitor is a cynic or something of an Art critic or both. One Day while doing a but of repair work in the studio says the Painter. Mike scrutinized a bit of my work with ominous solemnity. When i indicated a portrait of myself the blow fell. Said i " the paint on this is badly cracked which spoils the Alkene with no More expression in his countenance than is to be seen in the face of a representative of Buddha Mike replied " not at All sir " training canaries. In the Canary Breeding establish ments of Germany Only the Mal Birds Are valued because Tho females never sing. The method of training Tho Birds to sing i to put them in a room where there is an automatic whistle which they All strive to imitate. The breeder listens to Tho efforts of the Birds and picks out the most Apt pupils which Aro then placed in another room for further instruction. These Are the Best singers and ultimately fetch High wires the relationship. You say said the bespoke faded lawyer to the woman in Tho witness Box. That the defendant is a sort of relation of yours. Will Yon explain what you mean by that just How you Are related to the defendant the witness beamed upon the court and replied Well it s just like this. Ills first wife s Cousin and my second husband s first wife s aunt married Brothers named Jones and they were cousins to my Mother s aunt. Then again his Grandfather on his Mother s Side and my Grandfather on my Mother s Side r Are second Cousin and his step Mother married my husband s Stop father after his father and my Mother died and his brother Joe and my Hus band s brother Harry married twin Sisters. I Ain t never Fig Gorod out just How close related we Are. But i veal ways looked on Imas a sort of quite so answered the lawyer your explanations Are perfectly Satis forgetful. An eminent Painter was once Asur if he thought Art students did Well t go to Europe to study. said tha undoubtedly the atmosphere was Mon artistic in Europe than anywhere else but that Paris As a City to study am work in was overrated. To illustrate hts meaning he said tha a certain Rich Man s son after thre years in Paris wrote Home to his father dear have made up a mind to set to work. Please let in know at your earliest Conven Lenc whether it was painting architecture or music i came to Paris to the prison Bird. Tyr Annicia and jealous feathered Beauty of Africa. The peculiarity of the prison Bird a tethered Beauty of Africa is that he s the most tyrannical and jealous if husbands imprisoning his mate throughout her nesting time. Living tone watched the Bird s Babita while n Mon pour and in his subsequent observations referred to the nest As a Iralson and the female Bird As a slave. The nest is built in the hollow of a rec through an opening in the bark. Is soon As it is completed the Elrd enters carefully and fearfully and settles Down in it. Then papa Walls up he opening leaving Only just space enough for air and food to pass through. keeps faithful guard and rings food at regular intervals with jut fall. The female thrives under her a forced retirement hut if the prison Bird is killed or in any other Way pre vented from fulfilling his duties the Mother and her Little ones must die of starvation for she cannot free herself from Bouda normally the imprisonment lasts until Tho Chicks Are old enough to Fly. Then the Malo Bird destroys the bar Rier with his beak and liberates his family. It is harming writes Livingstone to see the Joy with which the Little prisoners Greet the Light and the unknown the Norman a legacy of William the conqueror to the courts. Everybody mho has Ever been in a United states courtroom knows that when Tho judge walks out of his Cham ber i and ascends the Bench the court crier drones out " Ives. Oyez eyes the honorable court of Tho whatever District it May be is now in sea i not Many persons however realize that the crier says eyes Oyez Oyez i of Harken Harken Harken because of a Chance visit that William Tho conqueror made to in English court almost ago. William bad overrun England seized the government and pwned himself at d. Happening to enter ii court he Beard Tho crier Call the assemblage to order in English. William rebuked him and on the spot decreed that the business of ail English courts should to transacted in Norman French his native Tongue. Afterwards the courts wont Back to English but to this Day eyes Oyez. Oyez clings m court customs wherever the English language la spoken As a reminder of Tho great Norman who whipped King Harold in the Battle of Hastings. Scrap Book. One of life s tragedies. had expected a tender embrace from his sweetheart but her greeting of him was cold. could not under stand it. Darling he exclaimed in agony what is the matter but she remained silent her lips tightly closed and motioned him from her. Foll upon his Knees. My love he cried Tell me what i have done to offend you i swear i have done hoi Bing wrong i cuu Fesa i Kis of the Simpson girl last night at the party but on my oath thought she was her lips closed even tighter but she uttered not a syllable and in despair at her unbending Demeanour he fled from the place he knew not whither. Would you know of Reader the Rea son of the conduct by which a woman blighted two Young lives / twas Sim ply this she had left her false Teeth in the bathroom. Probably she meant it. Lucile a carefully brought up Little girl of live years returned from her first party in great glee. I a Good girl Mamma she announced ii no talked Nice All the tune did you remember to say some thing pleasant to mrs. Townsend just before leaving ber Mother asked. Of. Yes 1 Dill was the enthusiastic reply. I smiled and said t enjoyed myself mrs. Townsend. I had a lot better diner Thim 1 thought i d have ".delineator. One on the judge. Here Yon Are said the judge to the coloured prisoner complaining that you can t get alon., with one wife and yet i had hundreds of yes yer Honor was the reply but you must Ric Koblect Dat de last Testi Mony he give in us Dat Dey Wiz All vanity an vexation of Constitution. Still holds Good. There was a time exclaimed Young spenders who had gone tim ugh a for tune when people used to b. " i had Nore Money than brains. They can t Liy it no queried the caustic cad. No. Pm Down to my last a but you have Tho Adelphia Freas. Lived up to his belief. , Madam i am neither a t nor an anarchist. I am a Pas Sive altruist what in Tho name of common sense is that believe la being helped All i .Boston transcript. _. Cautious. Prospective Best Man cot the mar License yet its Yective Bride no i m not going to get that until the last thing. She May go Back on Tribune. The modern husband. Mrs. Knicker we Are to have a thou band foot skyscraper. Mrs. suppose that Means that Henry will be detained at the office 500 feet later. Harper s weekly. Jaded. Tho boy Don t you know smoking will shorten your life Tho kid shucks wot do i care i be seen every ing Dere trav Eler. What malt aids one vice would bring up two children. Benjamin Franklin

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