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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - May 12, 1920, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Volume xxx. 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 of Virginia. J. Abbott Byrd attorney and counsellor at Law. Offices Accomac 0. 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 6 the Eastern Shore of a. At Onancock and Accomac c. Stewart k. Powell attorney at Law office Accomac 0. And Onan cock a. Practices in All the courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. N. B. Wscott. S. . Turlington. Wescott & Trung ton attorneys at Law offices Accomac 0. H., Mapps Burg and pair Oaks a. Practice in All the courts on the e astern Shore of Virginia. G. Walter Mapp. J. Brooks Mapp Mapp & Mapp. Attorney at Law. Offices Grangeville Keller and Accomac 0. H., practice in All courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Otho p. Mears attorney at Law Allicea Eastville Northampton county and aug Macit court House practices in All courts on the Eastern snare of Vircinia. John s. Parsons attorney at Law Accomac courthouse v a. Will practice in All courts of acco Mac Ana Northampton counties. Jno r. And Rew. Attorneys at Law. Offices Accomac c. And. Parks Ley. At Accomac c. H., every wednesday. Vill practice in All the courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Ben t. Gunter attorney at Law Accomac c. A. A. I vill practice in All the courts of Accomac and Northampton counties i. Floyd Nook attorney at Law Accomac o. H., a. Practices in All the courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Warner Ames attorney at Law offices Aee Omae o. And Onancock. At Accomac j. Every wednesday Aud Friday. Will practice in All the courts of and Northampton counties. John e. Nottingham. Job attorney at Law Franktown. A practices in All the courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Or. D. Lilliston dentist. Accomac court House va.?office hours from 9 a. To 5 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 i veterinarian fair Oaks a. Reference past patrons. Can be called by phone Day or Nir Tiit. Or. Garland e. Finney veterinarian graduate of University of Pennsylvania Onancock Virginia. Office hours?8 to 9a. M., ito9pm. 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 Best instruments owners his services to the citizens fac combo county. Eye nose Throat and ear. Or. Horace w. Nicholson it 114 w. Franklin St., Balti Jnore my. Chasolen building room 21. Hours 9a. M., to 1 p. �m., and by appointment. Telephone connections. Or. Chas. F. Turman dentist. I 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.july 10,11. 12, 113, 14.maisofic?,y�. Sam Bis cow Pisac we. P. Bell & co., druggists Accomac c. H., va., agents for Waterman s Ideal Fountain pers. Stock always on hand. Finest line of stationery on Eastern Shore of a. Uni. W. Duncan & san jewellers Onancock. Virginia., is offering an unusually Large Block of watches clocks silverware jewel by diamonds a. Especial attention is invited to i 9supply of wedding presents and Don forget him when indeed of spectacles. Ask your neighbor about his ability to properly fit you. 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. And time within 6 months a new one will be Given in Exchange for ene proving in Are scores of representative citizens of this county to whom i have sold South Bend watches. They Are satisfied and proud of them. Many have told me they would not dispose of them for double the Price you Are interested let me sub Mit prices and refer you the seme neighbor who is the proud possessor of a South Bend. W. J. Neville jeweler Onancock a. Don t blame the gook if your bread and pastry is the foggy indigestible misery making kind. It s dollars to doughnut that the flour is guilty of the offence. Our flour makes Light White de Licious bread and pastry always. 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 , 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 our the retailers sell you flour direct at whole Sale prices. We will save you All those dollars that the retail dealer has previously pocketed. Try our method. You la never Goback to the old Way. Write us for prices. Eagle Hills tamil c 1"j i highest Grade i flour. Ask for it when you o want the Best. R. E. Mccosh & g Baltimore. I wow wow 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. 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. 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 Frades agricultural implements All kinds of Mill feeds,.merican steel wire Fence 39, 41, 47 and 53 inches high&c., a. Flour a specially. Call and let us save you Money. J. W. Rogers & bro., Onley a. 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 february. 3building materials shingles lathes Lime bricks and Cement. Farm implements Pianet or. Cultivators and Standard sprayers. We have a Complete assortment of sizes and value san screen doors and window screens and screen wire. Our Stock of general merchandise is Complete and Well selected. T. S. Hopkins �&co., Tasley a. An insurance policy is As valuable As a deed. And it is a guarantee against misfortune when backed by Large assets. It costs Nomore to get Thebes. Protect your Home and business against fire by a policy in one of the following companies x 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. Fidelity 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 3,021,740. 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..Merican surety company 2,500,000 2,500,000. Represented by Kelly & Nottingham agents Onancock Virginia. N c. S. Scheher it sin Grain Hay feed. We Are headquarter for ground Oyster Shalls " x jugs � meat a Al it ground Bone w Chart a said mrs. Chick Chick to or. Puck puck Alfalfa meal. I m laying Lifie these Days and it s All on account of the Purina scratch feed you 107 Loq Cut a Prini prescribed for me As a steady 4/ i4it in Are i up sips Baltimore my. The get new prices on auriole Marine engine � built in Baltimore running everywhere before you buy an cry i Gine for your work boat or launch Send for our 1911 thirty two Page catalogue. It tells How the Fisher men Oyster men and boat users can get the largest most powerful economical and Low est priced engine of its Dimen Sions that Money can buy. Page engineering co. 115-121 e. York Street Baltimore my Harborton va., May 23, 1911. I will sell for the next 30 Days one 1911 Model Oriole engine built by the Page engineering co., Baltimore md., in each of Accomac and Northampton counties at the astonishing Low prices to introduce them. Positively but one in each District. Prices As follows 5 h. P. $95.00.7 " " �130.00. 8j " " $155.00. 10 " " $200.00. 14 " " $265.00. 17 " " $305.00. I have Aho a few 10 or 12 h. P. Marine motors 4 Cylinder 4 Cycle revolution 1,000 to 1,500, for $150.00.write or phone for Catalon and particulars to a h. Walker Harborton va.,i distributing agent for the Eastern Shore a. Accomac c. H., a. Saturday july 8, 1911. The racing Maiden she would marry Avo Man who could not out run her by f. A. Mitchel copyright by .Merican press association 1911. In the Vatican museum at Rome there is a statue of a greek girl dressed for running a race. Her body is covered by a single knit garment while her limbs Are Bare. The statue takes one who gazes upon it far Back toward he Dawn of Oue civilization. In the grecian archipelago at a time when this running maid of the Vatican lived was an Island governed by King Aragones. had no sons to succeed him but a daughter Thesla had been born to him who grew up a very shapely woman. From childhood she evinced a deep interest in athletics and notwithstanding her Royal birth took part in games which were open to women. When she was eighteen years old she captured Many prizes in those athletic contests that were instituted by the King her father and was declared the Champion runner. Iler Success was a sad blow to the King for it put into her head a fancy that became a fixed Resolution which seriously interfered with his arrange ment for the succession. There were several princes among the neighbouring islands who were suitors for the Prin Cess hand any one of whom would have been acceptable to her father but she announced that she would marry no Man who could not outrun her. The strongest one of them accepted the condition and a Day was set for the trial. The King was pres ent and his subjects thronged the stadium. The Prince was known to be Well built for such encounters and the Princess was regarded invincible Eyen by the strongest. When the two stood on the starting line it was seen that the Prince was far better developed above than below the Waist while the Princess possessed a feature that was both a Mark of Beauty in a woman and an element for Success in a foot race. She was very Long of limb Between the knee and the thigh. As soon As they started this superiority became evident. Her strides were longer than those of her competitor and slowly but surely car ried her away from him. She easily won the goal and the Prince lost his snit As Well As the race. This result discouraged other Royal suitors and King Art Ragones was much troubled in the Mitter of a marriage for his daughter. begged her to change the condition so that the flee test among he suitors of Royal blood might take the prize but she would not consent. She would marry no Man who could not beat her in a race but she would marry any Man who could outrun her. She was considered to be Safe from Matrimony on these terms for she had come to be a Marvel of fie etness. But the King was much concerned lest some Herdsman or Artisan or Soldier in the ranks should enter the lists and carry off the prize. One Day there appeared in the mar Ket place of the capital a Young Man dressed in a Loose costume never seen there before who taking position near a statue of Minerva began to Dis course on philosophy. At first he talked to vacancy but one passing stopped to listen then another and another till a crowd stood rapt in the stranger s eloquently expressed ideas. Every Day he spoke each Day attracting a Large crowd and exciting More attention till the whole City was interested in his discourses. Of course the reports of what was going on reached the ears of the King and the stranger was summoned to the Palace. was received in the audience Hall by the King the Royal family and the court and or dered to expound his philosophy. All were deeply impressed with his ideas. When he Hall finished he was introduced to those present including the Princess thesbia who found him As engaging in conversation As he was on the Rostrum. From this time the stranger s Dis courses in the Market place grew less and his conversations at the Palace More frequent. Among his audiences at the latter place the Princess thes Bia was always to be found and listened to his words with rapt Atten tion. Later he was summoned to lec Ture to her and her suit. There was great curiosity to know whence the stranger hailed and what was his name. But on this subject he would give no satisfaction. Some said that he was from Athens but of Many persons who had visited that City none could be found who had Ever heard him discourse or had even seen him there. Others averred that he was the son of a slave who had developed a remarkable gift for oratory. The stranger neither confirmed nor denied any of these suppositions continuing to devote himself to instruct ing the people and instilling into them higher motives for their living. It became known at he was often at the Palace and it began to be whispered that the Princess was coming under his influence. Every one won dered what would happen if she should fall in love with him. Since no one knew who he was this result was the More to be deplored and if it should turn out that he was As had been reported the son of a slave a marriage Between him and the Prin Cess would bring Down figuratively speaking the Royal Palace on their Heads. Besides the Princess that she would marry no Man who could not outrun her and Thia Man made no pretence whatever to athletics. Maine s first hotel. One div. To the Surprise of. All. It sprains require careful treatment. Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain s liniment freely. It will remove the soreness and quickly restore the parts to healthy condition. For Sale by All dealers. Was announced that the philosopher had made application for the Prin Cess hand and had offered to abide by the conditions she had Laid Down for her suitors. The City was at once thrown into great excitement. One said that the race would be Given to the stranger intentionally another that when it should come off it would be found to be with the intellect in Stead of the legs and in this Case the stranger would surely win. All sorts of rumours were afloat greatly exaggerated from those that had before been circulated As to the identity of the suitor. A few of her admirers claimed for him a divine origin hint ing that he was the offspring of Minerva beside whose statue he had be gun his discourses and that his Mother had put in his head the words of Wisdom that came from his Mouth. At the other extreme were those who upheld the theory that he waa a freed Man. " that the race was to be a muscular one was soon evident from preparations at the stadium for the event a Large number of extra seats being put in for the occasion. It was re Mored that the King was so incensed at the idea of his daughter s holding such a contest with an unknown per son that he had consented to the race Only on condition that if she failed to win she should be beheaded. Then those who admired and Lovei her were appalled by an edict from the King confirming this report suppose that by Accident or temporary weakness she should lose the race she would lose her head and they would lose their Princess. Such a contest Between these two was enough to excite the citizens of the Island and when it was ordered that the Princess should lose her head if she did not win everybody went wild to obtain admittance to the stadium where it was to take place. When the Gates were opened a throng at once poured in that soon filled the in closure and they were closed again leaving a multitude without. The Princess and the philosopher stood on the starting line he Princess with a Loose cloak about her to protect her from the wind in lieu of the mod Ern sweater. The philosopher wore the same baggy garments in which he had discoursed. When the order was Given to make ready the Princess threw off her cloak while her antagonist doffed his upper garment and a loosening a Cord about Hla Waist dropped his nether covering on the ground. An exclamation of Surprise greeted his uncovered body. proved to be a combination of Bone and muscle without a particle of superfluous fat. Then came a conflict of feeling among the onlookers. Perhaps the Princess would lose the race and her head perhaps she would beat this splendid combination of Muscles work ing under a soft White skin what a match Between such a perfect mad and woman the stadium was an Oblong affair sunk in the ground with Stone seats for the spectators. The terms of the race were that the contestants should go Over the course on three laps the goal being the starting Point where was also the Royal Box. The Princess showed an exhilaration or rather an interest which clearly indicted that she knew her father s edict to be no Mere threat. It was a matter of life and death with her. There was that about the stranger to indicate Confidence. None knew whether he would doom to death the woman he desired by winning the race but the prevalent belief was that he would win if he could. The signal was Given and the run ners were off like the wind. The Stran Ger slowly fell behind then maintained a trifling distance. When they passed the starting Point after the first Lap it was evident that both were put Ting Forth every Effort. On the second Lap the stranger continued to lose but Midway round began to gain. When the Point for the third Lap was passed the two were neck and neck. The Princess breath was noticed to be coming hard while that of her antagonist was improved. The race was a Long one and when the runners neared the goal they came slowly the stranger in the Lead. Then it was seen that the Princess was staggering. Suddenly cry arose from the spectators. The stranger seeing that their eyes were turned on the Princess looked Back and saw her lying on the ground. Though he was within a Hundred feet of the goal he stopped went Back to her and lifted her in his arms. She was unconscious. When the Princess thesbia came to herself supported by her antagonist she appeared before her father the King. The stranger said of King i have not won the race against your daughter therefore your Royal edict does not condemn her. But i voluntarily gave up the contest that i might have won therefore i have fulfilled her condition of marriage. It is time that i throw off All mystery. I am King of one of these grecian islands and i ask the hand of the Prin Cess As one equal in rank with your when those standing about the Royal Box heard this they set up a shout which others More Distant knowing that Good had come to the Princess took up and the stadium rang with acclamations. The Young King married the Princess and eventually one Island was ruled by one and her own Island by another of Jlse sons. Legion of Honor. Maine s first Public hotel was by Hin 1c54. Waddock s Ordinary erected near old Orchard according to a Sac historian is entitled to the distinction the old tavern was erected by Henry Waddock and stood almost wit insight of the Large summer hostelries which fringe the Crescent shaped Beach at old orchard.?Kennebec journal. 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 cholera and diarrhoea remedy at hand and take a dose on the first appearance of the disease. For Sale by All dealers. The order that was founded by the great Napoleon. Thrived despite ridicule. Tho despotic corsican proved by the inauguration of the decoration that he was a keen student of French human nature. France owes the legion of Honor to Napoleon. All orders of chivalry had been abolished by the revolution and had left a Gap which it was not easy to fill. They Are Mere Geekas said Monge the chemist who had taught the revolutionists How to make gun powder out of plaster of parts. Gee Gaws if you will the first Consul an swered but people like them. Let us approach the question frankly. All men Are enamoured of decorations the French More than any. They positively hunger for them Ani they have. Always done this was at Malraison in 1802. In May the Conseil d eat was invited to consider the project of the institution of the legion of Honor. It was ridiculed by Many notably by Moreau who As Victor of Hohenlinden was bit Terly jealous of the Victor of Marengo. At a dinner party he sent for his Cook and said to Bim in the presence of his guests Michel. 1 am pleased with your dinner. You have indeed distinguished yourself. I will award you a Saucepan of mme. De Stael was also satirical upon the subject a one of the decorated she used to ask each guest who was shown into her Salon. But Napoleon had gauged human nature correctly. His legion of Honor did meet a Felt want and it was definitely inaugurated on july 14, 1804. Among the eminent men of science and men of letters on whom it was then bestowed were included Laplace the mathematician Lalande the astronomer Cuvier the naturalist and Legoube the poet the most notable name omitted was that of Bernardyn de St Pierre just then in disgrace for championing mme. De Stael whom Napoleon had banished but he got the decoration later on the entreaty of Queen Hortense. After Napoleon s downfall the ques tion of suppressing the legion of Hon or arose. Chateaubriand whom Napo Leon had not decorated strongly urged its abolition. So did Puzzo do Borgo. Marshals Victor Marmont and Mac Donald opposed. After debate it was decided to recognize and retain the or Der not on any High moral or patriotic grounds but because Louis xviii. Could not afford to make himself More unpopular than he was already by stripping people of their decorations. Chateaubriand and Lamartine consented to accept the red ribbon but it was also conferred upon a great number of worthless personages and so brought into contempt there have been Many legion of Honor scandals since those Days but one of them surpasses All the others in magnitude. This is of course the Wilson scandal the history of which though intricate is Worth recalling. The trouble May to said to have be gun on the Day on which mile. Aliee Grevy fell in love with a opera Singer who need not be mentioned he wanted to marry her and she wanted to marry him and the papers were be ginning to couple the two names in a manner most embarrassing to the pres ident of the Republic. The president however sent the opera Singer about his business and found his daughter another husband not a very Good Hus band but the Best husband he could procure on the Spur of the moment his Choice fell upon m. Daniel Wilson who had Long been one of m. Grevy s political supporters and was a financier of some Mark. No sooner was m. Wilson established at the Elysee than he proceeded to enrich himself by various Means. Among other things he founded a paper called be Montleur de l exposition Ulvi rep Jip. Really covered a traffic t i decorations. The whole Story came out in a state trial toward the end of 1887. It that Wil son had made a regular practice of Selling the legion of Honor or rather of inviting people who wanted it to bribe him to use his influence to obtain it for them. His overtures were presented through his jackals generals d audland and Cafferey and Mes. Limousin and Ratazzi and the whole party bad to stand in the Dock to Gether. Wilson was sentenced to two years imprisonment a Fine of 3,000 francs and five years deprivation of civil rights. appealed and the court of cassation annulled the judgment the accused said the judges was obviously guilty of everything that he was charged with but As his offences were not anticipated by any punitive Law he could not be punished. So he re tired to the country and tried to live Down his bad name. As he ultimately got himself elected Conswiller general one must suppose that he succeeded in this object.?pall mall Gazette. Corpse rings. The Sailor of the old fans boned. Shell Back Glass always wears a Corpse ring. This is a Plain band of Silver or Gold. Inscribed within with the Sailor s name and port Corpse rings Are worn for the purpose of identification in Case of death by drowning through Shipwreck Eta the Shellbach Sailor can never swim and he looks Forward calmly to dying suddenly beneath the sea. In deed. usually prefers such a death to a lingering one in hospital.?Buffalo express. How he got out. said Woodby. "1 Don t see Wiseman at All any More. has dropped out of our social he tells a different remarked Sinnickson. Indeed yes be claims he has climbed out Catholic Standard. Number 51. How to become invisible. A Sample of the Mummery used in ancient witchcraft. Some curious formulas of ancient witchcraft Are Given in or. A. E. Waite s Book of ceremonial Here is a recipe for becoming invisible Beriji this operation on a wednes Day before the Sun rises being furnished with seven Black Beans. Take next the Bead of a dead Man. Place one of the Beans in his Mouth two in his eyes and two in his ears. Then make upon the head the character of the figure which Bere follows. Omit ted this done inter the Bead with the face toward heaven and every Day before Sunrise for the space of nine Days water it with excellent Brandy. On the eighth Day you will find the cited spirit who will say unto you what Doest thou you shall reply 1 am watering my Plant he will then say give me that bottle i will water it myself you will answer by Refus ing and he will again ask you but you will persist in declining until a shall stretch Forth his hand and show you the same figure which you have traced upon the head suspended from the tips of his fingers. In this Caso you May be assured that it is really the spirit of the head because another might take you unawares which would bring you evil and further your operation would be unfruitful. When you 4ve Given him your vial he will water the head and depart. On the Morrow which is the ninth Day you shall return and shall find your Beans Ripe. Take them place one in your Mouth and then look St yourself in a Glass. If you cannot see yourself it is Good. Do the same with the rest or they May be tested in the Mouth of a Eskimo wid wefts. Six weeks is the limit they will wait before remarrying. In civilization it is said that a wife does not always add to her husband s ease or Render his life More Supporta ble but up on the Barren grounds the worst of wives would be better than none. There among the Heathen tribes if a Man s wife Dies provided he is not a polygamist in which Case says the wide world there is less need for hurry he often marries again within the week. Even the Christian Eskimo widowers Are with difficulty persuaded by the moravian missionaries to allow six weeks to elapse Between the death and remarriage. On the very Day after the six weeks have lapsed the Hunter presents himself with a new Bride and asks that the marriage service May be speedily Tead. The reason is not far to seek. It is said in civilization that a woman s work is never done and far More is that True of the helpmate of the Sav age and the Semi Savage the woman of the Barren grounds or of the ice Edge. She makes and Breaks Camp Cooks cuts up and carries to Camp her husband s kill. She dresses the skins of Deer and Seal she is responsible for the fashioning of footwear and clothes. On a journey she often paddles the Canoe and on Portage she carries a heavy Load. In fact it is easier to write Down the duties not expected of a Squaw than those which by immemorial custom she must perform. A turkish love Story. A Turk knocked at his beloved s door and a voice answered from with in who is there then he answered it is then the voice said this House will not hold thee and and the door was not opened. Then went the Lover into the desert where there is nothing but Allah and fasted and prayed in Solitude. ? and after a year he returned and knocked again at the door. And again the voice asked. Who to there and he said it is and the door was opened to him. D orsay and his tailor. Dorsay the Complete Dandy As or. Teignmouth Shore Calls him in his biography was fully aware of the value of his patronage to the tailors. When clothes arrived for him. In the most mysterious manner banknotes had found their Way into the pockets. Once when this Accident had not happened d orsay bade his Valet return the garments with 4he message that the lining of the pockets had been the old old Story. What did you do when your Hus band told you the old old Story i told him to shut up before he was half Why what a funny Way to reply to a confession of love of is that what you mean i thought Yor meant the Story he told last night when he came Home from a time with the boys."?Houston Post her Strong Chin. Dawson the facial features plainly indicate character and disposition. In selecting your wife were you governed by her Chin Sperlow no but i have been Ever since we were married. A Case of necessity. Why Are you breaking up House keeping my wife s Florist says Shell have to take the rubber Plant to a different climate."? Washington Herald. Nature news no pause in Progress and development and attaches hoc curse on All inaction.?Goethe. Wanted to unload. Employer a Hope you save some thing out of your salary James office boy yes sir most All of it sir. Employer eagerly do you want to buy an automobile cheap puck. Leisure is time for doing something useful. This Leisure the diligent Man will obtain but the Lazy Man never.? Franklin

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