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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - May 22, 1918, Big Stone Gap, Virginia A a a a a a a w v. F a =7v r volume c. H., va., saturday March 13, 1909. Number 37. J. Fletcher. Or. Accomac. S. K. Powell Onancock. Fletcher amp Powell attorneys at Law offices a Accomac 0. And Onan cock a. Practice in All he courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. N. B. Wescott. S. Jas. Turlington. A Wescott amp Turlington attorneys at Law. Offices Accomac o. H., Mapps Burg r and fair Oaks a. Practice in All the courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. G. Walter map. J. Brooks map Mapp amp map p. Attorney 8-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 Aii courts Ontl a Eastern Shore of Virginia. John 8. Parsons attorney at Law Accomac courthouse a. Will practice in All courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. Jno. R. And j. Harky 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 a offices Parksley and Accomac c. Practices in All courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. Prompt attention to All business. Ben t. Gunter attorney at Law Accomac o. H., va., will practice in All the courts of Accomac and Northampton counties Warner Ames attorney at Law offices Accomac 0. And Onancock. At Accomac c. Every wednesday and Friday. Will practice in All the courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. A John e. Nottingham jr., a attorney at Law a Franktown a. To All the courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Will he at Eye Tville and Accomac c. Hilret Day of every court and at Eastville every wednesday. L. Floyd Nock a attorney at Law a Accomac 0. H., a. Practices in All the courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Or. D. Lilliston dentist. A Accomac court House �? he hours from9a. M. Too p. M. Will be at Parksley every tuesday. Or. W. M. Turlington veterinarian fair Oaks a. Reference part patrons. Can be called by phone Day or night. W. G. Emmett notary Public Belle Haven. A. Fred. E. Rued1ger, a county Surveyor Accomac c. H., a. Thoroughly equipped with latest and Best instruments oilers his services to t i9 citizens of Accomac county. Will meet ail engagements promptly. Paul Dewees Plum Ber team and Hob Vater fitter Pocomoke City my. M p. Bell amp co. Druggists Accomac c. H., va., agents for Waterman a Ideal Fountain pens. Stock always on hand. Finest line of stationery on eastern1 Shore of a. Established in 1862. O 3. Schermerhorn amp son receivers shippers dealers Grain Hay and Mill feeds seed Oats linseed meal Cotton seed meal gluten feed. Also distributors of the Purina poultry feeds. 127 and 129 Che Side near Pratt Street. Baltimore my. Dolly my ism a foes Areth Edest and we Are not afraid Tom Keithe statement we could eve prove it Ify ii will Wear Pamy amp a will know we Are rights $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 sold by representative dealers Farmers take notice. Call on the Farmers Friend p. S. Stewart p. 0. Onancock va., general agent for the biggest fertilizer company in the world tiie Virginia Dasolina Chi Mical co. And use the old Dominion brands for All crops too Well known to be commented on. They have no superiors Ai d few equals. Price Low and on easy terms crop Lime and 30 cent plan for Standard 7 per cent and All other brands. We allow 7 per cent interest on All Bills for Cash. Be sure to get our prices before buying. Testimonials furnished when asked for. Sold also by m. S. Wilson Cheriton a. W. G. Hurtt Franktown a. A. T. Hickman Painter a. R. A. Turlington Onley a. O. E. Nicolls Pungoteague a. George w. Colons Mappsville a. George d. Scarborough Onancock a. Farmers supplies. We have now in Stock a Large Stock of Farmers supplies in part As follows disc harrows double drags plows cultivators amp a. Onion sets 6x8 Glass potato bed Domestic amp a. Shingles Lime bricks wire Fence Terra Cotta piping Coal &e., and a varied line of general merchandise of Best Quality and lowest prices. Save Money Call on us. J. W. Rogers amp bro., Onley. A. A farm and household Supply Jno. W. Duncan jeweler refraction st optician Onancock a. Watches clocks jewelry Cut Glass silverware Silver piece goods and everything belonging to a jewelry store of the first class at close prices. I am not on the Comer now two new buildings having been erected since mine. We have and will sell you at lowest Market Price everything needed on farm and in the House. In addition to our usual line of general merchandise consisting of dry goods notions boots shoes hats Caps clothing groceries &c., we also have in Stock wire fencing hag shingles Lime bricks Coal and All kinds of seed and farming implements in part As follows Bemis trans planters Iron age potato planters disc harrows Spike harrows double and single plows Iron age Riding cultivators and planet or. Cultivators also hot bed Glass. A Call and get our prices. Rogers a amp Boggs me i fava. Follow lie crowd greater and greater grows the Sale Glicks great Sale talk of the county. This Sale was not originated to Glimmer and Flash out in a few Days it was formulated to hold Public interest for weeks this week beginning this very our will be an illustration of aggressive and progressive business. We offer the largest newest most reliable desirable dependable Stock of merchandise for the whole family at prices simply irresistible. Full line of new York dry goods at Baltimore prices. Remember the name and place g 1s c k g Onancock Virginia the Busy cd roster. Southern Transfer and express company incorporate main office and stables 203-205 South Paca st. Baltimore my. Motor Power wagons replace the horse and mule. 1,000 work horses and mares 1,000 200 Young Blockey built mules 200 to be positively sold. Horses $35 to $85. Mules $75 to $150 a pair. Ages 5 to 8 years old weighing 1,000 to 1,400 pounds All Good serviceable Stock right out of hard work. Also 20 Young fat mares slightly pavement sore will come sound in the country and 3 mares that have proven to be in foal very cheap. These horses mares and mules will suit any business purposes or would make excellent farm animals. P. will Benefit buyers to Call and see Stock before buying elsewhere. Stock will be sold at the rate of 50 head weekly until entire number of horses and mules is sold Halter and Blanket free. With every horse and mule. For further information see superintendent at company a stables. 203-205 South Paca Street near Pratt Street. 2 blocks from b. And o. Station. C. And p. Phone. 3653-m st. Paul. Branches Richmond a. And All the Princl pal cities South. i Usu ulv Hunting with Dorothy. By Littell my Clung. \ copyrighted 1903, by associated literary press. Carriages. I carry the most Complete line of up to Date first class vehicles on the Shore. Every buggy is guaranteed by each of the different factories who build them for me. Call and examine them at my place Over f. A. West a hardware store. E. 0. F mis. A Onancock. Ila. Builders material. We have a Large line of All kinds of builders material and can save you Money if you will Call to see us. We name in part doors Sash blinds mouldings mantels. Newels. Gable ornaments. Brackets. Laths. Bricks shingles hair. Lime. Cement. Ac., amp a a trial order will convince you that we can save you Money. Let us give you our prices. G. T. Benson amp co. Keller a. Martin k Mason co Call attention to their Large Stock of saah doors blinds mouldings. Builders hardware shingles laths Lime bricks and building material generally paints oils and painters supplies. We Are prepared to Cut House Bills to order also manufacture barrel Staves and Heads of Good Quality. Our grist Mill will run every saturday notwithstanding reports to the contrary w e shall at All time be pleased to show our goods and invite you to Call and inspect our sleek _ before making your purchases and we Quot will save you Money. Martin amp Mason co., Harborton a. Carriage Emporium now open at Belle Haven va., with a Fine line of top buggies surveys Phaeton runabouts Speed carts single and double wagons for Bale by the undersigned at the lowest margin of profit. The vehicles Are All of Best make and prices right. Call and see them and get my prices. Yours truly Geo. W. Abdell Belle Haven a. Winter goods at and below Cost. From now on i will sell at and below Cost All Winter goods consisting in part of ready made suits pants flannel and fleece lined underwear lady a skirts and dress goods menus heavy shirts shirt goods shoes Caps Over shoes amp a. Come and buy at wholesale prices while you have the Opportunity ail new and up to Date goods. I need the Money and room for Spring and summer goods and therefore offer you bargains. Jno. Hall a near Groton p. 0. For lowest Market rates Dock. Fresh shucked. Charles Boulter Wachapreague a. At i a i Dorothy was a sportswoman from the tip of her Dainty pumps to the top of her aristocratic head. Never had Owen Compton met a girl in whom so Many delightful qualities were blended. That dashing creature known As a the athletic girls a he cordially disliked holding that Young women were intended primarily for cozy Corners. So when introduced to Dorothy he Felt sure he would not like her a bit. Handsome she undoubtedly was and queenly too but with her Queen illness Dorothy was vivacious Ness itself. She could ride with the skill of a Cowboy the wildest Pony that Ever leaped a Fence. She could shoot like an expert and Row like a University oarsman. And after galloping gayly Over the Fields on one of her papa s most dangerous Young horses she would come into the drawing room and with sympathetic touch play a score of old time melodies surcharged with sentiment. Before Many Moons Owen discovered that with All her athletic propensities Dorothy was As tender natured Ahdas warm hearted As any girl who breathed the Ozone. The result was inevitable. Therefore when Dorothy looked up from the piano a coquettish Light in her dark eyes and asked Quot Owen when Are you coming out to shoot partridges with me a Owen replied that next morning would find him ready with cartridges and gun. I to appeared by sunup and Dorothy was awaiting him with her own favorite setter and her own brightly polished Little Shotgun. In Hunting boots Short skirt and a Brown jacket whose Large Collar fell Hack Over her Shoul j Ders disclosing her round White Throat she was a veritable vision of the Forest. A was i live but you do look stun Nung a was Owens comment As he gave her a rapid Survey. A another Diana ready for the Hunt but whether it he Birds or hearts its hard to say a she laughed Merril. A the former of bourse sir a she declared. A at evening with Moonlight setting you know is the proper time for wounding hearts. This morning in the Bright Sunshine partridges Are to he our Only consideration. Please this a a he said his Eye flashing be Challenge. A a let a strike out. Dog is just crazy to be1 a j. _ then Down the Iong slope they went and out into the Fields. The autumn Sun was a Dull Golden disk that seemed to cast its color Over the leaves and the Ruddy fruit. As they made their Way through an Orchard Owen stopped and throwing a stick up into the houghs brought Down several Fine apples. With evident relish Dorothy set her Sharp Teeth into one of the largest of there. The Appeal of the picture was too much for Owen and he began to quote something about the drowsy winds that fanned a a heart Ripe As the apples grown in Orchard lands of Long she stopped him with a disapproving glance. A do you remember what we started out to do a she asked. A yes to shoot Birds not to talk sen she nodded and they pushed out into the open Fields again. The setter a Hundred Yards ahead was already standing a Covey it partridges. They hurried up close. A ready a he asked raising his gun. A ready a she answered. A you take those on the left ill look after those that Fly up on the Burr Burr Burr and a dozen partridges Rose obliquely and sailed Over the Fields. Bang hang spoke Dorothy a gun. Bang hang echoed his. Two Birds dropped one in line of Owens fire the other Over to the right. A honors Are even a cried Dorothy. A a it a a hit and a miss for each of us a he sprang Forward and As the dog brought up the dead Birds he dropped them into the sack he carried. Suddenly a Hundred feet in front of him a Partridge that had become separated from the others ran out of the grass and fluttered off toward a clump of Bushes on the Hillside. lifted his gun to his shoulder and pulled both triggers but the Bird con Linued in its flight. Then behind him flashed Dorothy s gun and the Partridge dropped like a spent rocket. At the same moment a Sharp stinging pain ran through Owens left hand. Instinctively he jerked it up. It was covered with blood. His face grew Pale for he thought that a Good part of the Leaden Load had struck him. raised his Arm and the blood ran Down in a tiny Rivulet Over his wrist. With his right hand he reached for his handkerchief to Stop the Crimson flow. was conscious that the girl was running up to him. A Good heavens a she gasped her face White As Chalk As she saw the blood. A a in be shot you Owen a a a in a afraid you have a he said a but not seriously t in a second her hand had hold of the handkerchief and she was wiping away the blood. A ooh its not very serious a she breathed joyfully. A look its Only a deep red scar now. A stray shot has grazed the Back of your hand that is All thank goodness a he looked closer and saw that what she said was True. A but it must be bandaged at once a she affirmed a in deeply sympathetic tones. A we must get to some water come there a a Little Spring just Over the a hurriedly she tied a knot in the handkerchief and they went Over the Ridge in the direction indicated. Once at the Spring she became Alert. Re moving the handkerchief from owe he a hand she soaked it in lie Miter a and then bathed the wound thoroughly. The blood had ceased to flow and there was Little pain. In fact the Cool water and the pressure of her bands were decidedly idea sent. Then she the water out of the handkerchief and tied it neatly around his fingers. A now when we get to the House a Little uster lne and a new Bandage will Complete the operation a she said. The Strain Over she Sank Down weakly on one of the Large stones near the Stream. In a second he was All apprehension., a Why what a the matter. Dorothy Quot he asked. A positively you look 111&Quot a ooh it s nothing a she replied Brokenly. A Only i m so very very glad you were not badly Hurt. The reaction has made me a Little weak that a and she smiled again bravely. A my dear Dorothy who said taking both her hands in his uninjured one a maybe it is More serious than you a ooh no it can the dangerous a she Oxel aimed in sudden alarm. A the bleeding has stopped Hasni to it a a ooh my hands All right a he replied a but i fear that s not the Only wound you be sudden terror shone in her eyes. A ooh Owen dear surely no other shot Shiek you Tell me Tell me they did no to she was quivering with apprehension. A Well i done to know whether it was a Bullet or not a he answered a but 1 feel that i have been struck and fatally right Here a and he put his uninjured hand Over his life Side and smiled at Dorothy significantly. She caught his meaning on the instant. A Are you sure Owen that the shot struck Home a she queried encouragingly. A dead sure of it my dear girl a he answered. A and what Are you going to do about it a a there s Only one thing i can do a he said a ask you to try to heal the heart wound As you did the other. Will you dear a but there was no verbal reply none was needed. A so it was hearts after All that my modern Diana went Hunting for a he asked on his Way Home. A it looks that Way a she said laughing up at him. obeyed tried to be Nice. That settled it. For years or. Clerk Lle had eaten his frugal but nourishing luncheon in a Little restaurant half a Block North from his office. was an easily satisfied person and what he ordered seemed always to suit him to perfection. The waitresses never knew him to complain. But one Day things went wrong. The butter was rancid and the bread so moist that or. Clerk Lle who had decided ideas about Hygiene would not eat it. did Irish Best , Tjo Decru Cam Sta Rich a table Early tie next Day the same thing occurred and the Day after there was no improvement. called the waitress to him. A May i see the proprietor please a he inquired. The girl disappeared for a minute and returned with the news that the proprietor was out. The following Day As Well As the one after there was no improvement in the food and no sign of the proprietor. Or. Clerk Lle nearly made up his mind to seek another restaurant. decided however to give them a Chance and on saturday at luncheon again asked for the owner of the place. A a he a gone out Quot was the reply. Or. Clerk Lle became bold. A this is ridiculous a he exclaimed. A i come Here at noontime every Day and every Day he is out. Where is he anyway a a we expect him Back any minute a said the girl. A the has just stepped out to get his stage villains. Why is it that All stage villains have Black hair and dark eyes there is surely some reason for this and for the resultant association in the popular mind of villainy and Swart Hiness. Possibly it might be traced Back to Tome bogy Man of folklore in the Cradle Days of the race. But whatever its genesis the idea is deeply rooted in English stage literature that villains always must have dark complexions. A villain with yellow hair and Blue or Gray eyes if introduced by some daring dramatic iconoclast would be presumably hooted off the stage. If we look Back Over Chicago a criminal history we will find that the villains of real life seem to Fly in the face of this immemorial melodramatic tradition. The City a murderers the criminals who have been herded to prison and the men who have been hanged have had a Strong numerical leaning to the Blond Type. That nine out of ten of the men who have danced on air at a ropes end in the Chicago jail had Gray or Blue eyes is a fact of common knowledge to jail employees. A visit to Joliet Chester and Pontiac will convince the curious that Illinois penitentiaries Are filled with Gray and Bine inter Ocean. A hard shot. Husband angrily a what More Money when in a dead you la probably have to beg for All the Money you get wife calmly a Well ill be better off than some poor woman who never had any practice. Would take chances. Or. Philanthropist was passing a bakery when he observed a Little girl gazing with longing eyes at some cakes displayed in the window. The youngsters Wistful gaze was too much for or. Philanthropist so he took immediate measures to satisfy her longing. When she had in Short order disposed of a Rich bit of pastry she calmly asked for another. A i should like very much to give you another a said the kindly Man a but in a afraid it would make you a get it for me quickly responded the Little girl. A i can git All the med Cine i need at the dispensary few York Herald. A Young recruit s rapid Rise to title and Power. One Day a Young recruit was standing guard before the door of the Entrance to Peter the great a private Chambers in the Palace of st. Petersburg. had received orders to and hit no one. As he was passing slowly up and Down before the door Prince , the favorite minister of the Czar approached and attempted to enter. was stopped by the recruit. The Peluce who had the fullest Liberty of calling upon his master at any time sought to push the guard and pass him. Yet the Young Man would not move but ordered his highness to stand Back. A you idiot Quot shouted the Prince. A a done to you know me you la be punished for this a the recruit smiled and said a very Well your highness but a orders Are peremptory to let nobody the Prince exasperated at the Fellows impudence struck him a blow in the face with his Riding whip. A strike away your highness a said the Soldier a but 1 cannot let you go Peter in the room hearing the noise outside opened the door and inquired what it meant and the Prince told him. The Czar appeared amused but said nothing at the time. In the evening however he sent for the Prince and the Soldier. As they both appeared Peter gave his own Cane to the Soldier saying a that Man struck you id the morning. Now you must return the blow to that fellow with my the Prince was amazed. A your majesty a he said a this common Soldier is to strike me a a i make him a Captain a said Peter. A but in Man officer of your majesty a household a objected the Prince. A i make him a colonel of my life guards and an officer of the household a said Peter again. A my rank your majesty knows is that of general a again protested men Tchikoff. A then i make him a general to that the beating you get May come from a Man of your the Prince got a sound thrashing in the presence of the Czar and the recruit who was next Day commissioned a general with a title was the founder of a powerful family whose descend ants Are still High in the Imperial service of Russia. Simpsons Pluck. An inventor s weary but successful fight against great Odds. Charles Goodyear is not the Only inventor who might turn his face to the Wall to die saying of the tardy recognition of his efforts a i die Happy Goodyear a efforts to introduce use of vulcanized rubber were no More tragic than the stories of a dozen other inventors. There was a Man named Simpson in Missouri who discovered that Gutta Percha was a no conductor of electricity. borrowed Money of one Amos Kendall to make his application for a Patent. It was rejected Over and Over Rich companies fighting his claim. But he had a Sand a he never weakened. It was just after the civil War that he made his last fight. had no Money not a Dollar a but he started from st. Louis for Washington afoot. would not beg but made his Way half across the continent by sawing Wood hoeing Corn or doing any wort to hand. In one place he robbed a scarecrow of a pair of pants and a hat leaving his own More rag ged garments in their place. In Pitts Burg he had to work As a truck Driver till he could earn enough to repair his shoes and take him on his Way. And All the time he believed stubbornly in himself and in his invention. His own words were a when i came Over the tops of the alleghenies i saw the Sun rising and i Knelt Down and thanked god for my life and asked him to let me get my Patent he promised me on the spot and i never had a moments doubt after arriving in Washington he got a living As a Day Lal it re on the Stone foundation of the Patent office and from that Vantage ground he fought his claim through the office and the courts and got his Patent. The West Ern Union Telegraph company gave him $100,000 Down for the privilege 01 using . Odd cures for rheumatism. Cures for rheumatism Are almost As old As the complaint itself. In the Midland counties of England it was formerly considered that the right forefoot of a Hare worn constantly in the pocket was an Amulet against rheumatism while the dutch peasantry still cherish a belief in the preservative Virtues of a borrowed of stolen potato. Stranger than these however was the remedy discovered by a servant girl at the Village of Stanton in the cotswolds who contrived to be confirmed three times in the belief that confirmation was an unfailing cure for rheumatism. The cow Catcher. While the visitor told How he had Ridden thirty thrilling Miles on the cow Catcher of a locomotive five year old Lorella listened attentively. As he concluded she asked a did you catch the cow or. Blank a a Chicago news. knew them. A things have gone completely to the dogs with a cheer up. They might have been a a done to you believe a Why a a because then they would have the Many a Way. A is your husband suffering from the Toothache a a Well a answered the woman with a tired expression a the says he a suffering but from the Way he a bragging about it i m half suspicious that he a enjoying it but Fannie made an awful mess of it with the old lady. A when Fannie is Bent upon pleasing a lighted fannies younger sister a she can certainly make a horrible mess of things. Last sunday Charlie Evans having arrived at the Point where he Felt he wanted his family a opinion of me invited us both up to take Tea with his Mother. The minute i Laid eyes on his Mother i knew Fannie would get in trouble she simply can t help getting nervously foolish when there a a religious person around. A a Charlies smother kissed us and addressing herself to Fannie As the elder said something about our being very Sweet to come and see a daughter less old woman. Whereat Fannie looked at Charlie and his two Brothers and replied feelingly that it must be a terrible disappointment to have Only them. Mrs. Evans to rectify my Sisters misapprehension told us proudly that she had three More sons not preset a by this time Fannie realized that she had made a bad beginning and leaped further in with the supposition that the other three were off having a Good time instead of moping at Home. The older lady Drew herself up and said severely a a a my three sons Are in heaven miss Barnes a a a of How awful a came fannies ready gasp. A a a a a no not awful at All a and mrs. Evans was positively glaring at us. A i feel that they were specially blessed in being allowed to pass thus Early to their lord. They died As Little a a a dear me How glad you must have been a blurted out flustered Fannie. A by this time i had kicked a Hole in her ankle and that quieted her for awhile. She might have kept still for the rest of the evening had not her pet subject the higher education of woman come up for the old lady a disapproval. Then Fannie made a Handspring into the conversation by remarking that when we had More educated mothers there would be less infant mortality. A and mind you Fannie was really trying to be Nice for my York times. The word it comes through the greeks and hebrews from Phoenicia. When we speak of our a b cos As our a a alphabet we Are using a word hoary with age that As far Back As we can Trace it came from the Eastern Shore of the Mediterranean sea thousands of years before the hebrews went up there and took Possession of the land of Canaan. Back of the people who occupied that land before the events of exodus were written we Are not Able to Trace the word for we have not sufficient knowledge 9f then it has been Only within recent years that we have been Able to know that the word a a alphabet came to us from the phoenicians. Before that we supposed that it came to us from the hebrews through the greek. As we say a a b cd the greeks say a Alpha betas the first two letters of their alphabet which when it reached us became this we supposed had come to the greeks from the hebrews who called their first two letters a Al Phi and a Beth a but since then we have found that both the greeks and the hebrews got the word a a alphabet from the same source which was the phoenicians. The people of Phoenicia had the same letters a Al Phi and a Beth a which have suffered but Little change in sound Down to our a and b. Alph meant simply an of the sign of it being a conventional oxus head with the lower part of the face turned slightly to its right and Beth meant a. House which was pictured by the rude outline of a primitive dwelling which had a superfluous line added to distinguish it from other characters very like it As we place a a Tail on a q to distinguish it from an o. So the first two letters of our a b cos were originally an of and a House and gave the name of All of the Twenty six letters which we Call our a a alphabet a new York Herald. Kissing the Book. A kissing the books is a rather late development of the Mere touching of the gospels with the fingers which dates from the sixth Century. It is Likely that the kiss was originally intended not to increase the solemnity of the oath but to signify reverence and affection for the Book. The kiss appears to have come into fashion toward the end of the sixteenth Century and would seem from what George Fox says of it to have been a protestant innovation. According to him the unreformed method was simply to hold the gospels with three fingers above the Book typifying the Trinity and two fingers below typifying the twofold destruction of body and soul that an oath taker invoked upon himself if he swore falsely. Politics and poker. A Man who dips into politics occasionally May be compared to a Man who engages in a poker game occasionally. is liable to run into a professional and be worsted. The Safe Rule is to keep out of politics and Globe. She threw him Over twice. A Why have you thrown Over or. Pm toe a a ooh 1 could never marry a Man with a crooked a what made his leg crooked a a i ran Over it with my motor Success Magazine. Discourteous. At a game of a a definitions a discourteous wag gave just offence once by defining woman As a a creature that was made after Man and has been after him Ever since a her exact age. A How old is Belle a a Twenty four her last six a Boston transcript benevolent feeling ennobled the most trifling

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