Mens Ties Bundle



Men in suits 1.



Skiddoo!


Skiddoo!


$35.95


I was down on the card to make a quick jump to Pittsburg a few nights ago, and I'm a lemon if I didn't draw an upper berth in the sleeping car thing! Say! I'll be one of a party of six to go before Congress and tell all I know about an upper berth. And I'd like to tell it right now while I'm good and hot around the collar. The upper berth in a sleeping car is the same relation to comfort that a carpet tack is to a bare foot. As a place to tie up a small bundle of sleep a boiler factory has it beat to a whimper. Strong men weep every time the ticket agent says, "Nothing left but an upper," and lovely women have hysterics and begin to make faces at the general public when the colored porter points up in the air and says, "Madam, your eagle's nest is ready far up the mountain side.

Bundling Twigs


Bundling Twigs


$0.99


Kneeling in the tiny, enclosed courtyard of her Atlanta townhouse, my friend was tying neat bundles of twigs from a massive wisteria vine she'd been gradually dismantling. "Why don't you just toss the mess over that wall?" I asked, pointing behind her. "Because," she said, "that's my neighbor's courtyard." I'm from the country of big men, big equipment and lots of space.

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