Title: Suwannee Democrat
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028422/00572
 Material Information
Title: Suwannee Democrat
Uniform Title: Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Suwannee Democrat
Publisher: J. E. Pound
J.E. Pound
Place of Publication: Live Oak, Fla.
Live Oak Fla
Publication Date: August 13, 1909
Frequency: semiweekly[<1990-1994>]
weekly[ former <1897-1928>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note: Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028422
Volume ID: VID00572
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: ltuf - ACE4563
oclc - 33273856
alephbibnum - 000398954
lccn - sn 95026787
 Related Items
Other version: Live Oak daily Democrat
Preceded by: Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by: Suwannee leader
Preceded by: Suwannee citizen

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mb witth the nferwr. Amocn them
u a eM captaLn. wbh took the ec.-
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aw e and said the doctor was star-
i Uhi. The captain asked what he
vM Ike to mat
tCoraed beef and cbbage.' rep!!ed

aTm captain foud some in the pan-
try- u a taple dish n those day
- i pve a a generorm plateftu.
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a Ia the old man's b Wern
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b med whi be he I After eat-
Sbe stly Mr. Hmales d he felt
=ah bntf ad went quietly to sleep.
IW imt noraeL whm raMdfatber
crM he onbId hiM ptlest oa the
=1A to ewcy. The old max ot
- got aek bet kept m ftr tfor
er rve yrs afterward and be al-
Iwo d- decaed that his aid-
ht mal had cued hia
"*T beM watiag a bold dish a
IklltI@' bhe id to may.'d mother
M at e ha bve It But I worked
StaV 0mw a her and got wel'"-
Tah's CoapaOe.


Mlby of oare P Heard I Pris

T ha u aair no poplar m Rn i
mvI b e r re io taluar than their
MOW anthmt to the people of that
t art "m o tue* cures 6daoos
Sthe atle am t o Beit strait
1 I me Arthbel to the Caak.a In
It pamoi palaRm of Pterburg
k hi IM rmn doesof Siberia.
I b a ia meodyi a lthe aIl"
I, Mh kMe mt SlSav mic.t
ewv e ad o .w, aud I t ca red
t1 N. ThWe Vogl" as tor
S-- rapr Ierwo err Itmsan. bet
he so mlmrtUt. i taught froMw
-ft- 1to 9rnid t(his pmt meTr in
WM i ar mmal relative Yet
MI rIr teM fll 4 mad a wi-uti.ni.
"a rki"ts fruwrty traveled a por
a 1f the )rry to STitbera along Its
Now s-h so otram
I (as wert fwire the batting
vesMD of -Hateshka Vk.g as I
bn it ag o a pr"o bare otel
4" a wiir% irnlfg by a paty of
inl pult-al banished to he
p-n k. '!aad of exile, for l-Mot er
Id lw'a w- their last Ink with borme
aI the krld owne they mizht vwrer
Mt again.
FItwatet the oroemed are now
a iato Ask by the Tranoi lrian
ihrway. ao the unhappy exile I
-rei at mast one bitter partlng-that
rr his well beloved botber tVolga"
-Travel Magaine

A Curiou Tro.
01e of the natural curiklties of:
aMth Mashoaland Is a "'German
saope tree." It bears deep crimson,
bwera three Inchebs hn. In blazing;
bucbes, of tweve. but when the tree
fbalta Into fat, sut*tantial. sausage-
Ie pods there remain no leaves. and!
I iooks like a msauge biarder indeed.
T beWans are twenty it. hes long
ad twehre in.e ti in girth and are Iw-
bred of the native tribe of Shancaans
wad baboons But the tritl bf the
Kaeaga iar a veri superior l,,'ple
oad wtold Wnver dei.u to eat tbrm.
The can tbe Do reason for this. as
At bat %o one can atuse these "sAu
sg" as f leing C'Qiatotdd In :ny war
i 'th dIs or cats -Na tl W't .s-

May Care Saoing Too.
'Iv'e Mftind a cure ftr cighbtnare.,
Nid the man who aill eat despite his
fbeaeqetnt suffrtnips Wben I g..
to bed at night I slip a string thrnlruh
#a empty spL v. sure the spol tiruly
a It will not slide and then tie the

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aw tW h e4 100 ebr ba
*' *rd sued him
-Bvcr y u tu letter ikltb t5h
"No. i tr Th. VCr ?w,'r.w .. :w ,'k "
epli1d Mat
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Cm r Fm way hI 0ne." si:d i
ma. lea-1 r1 W# an old r-,.t '".I.t
wftb the btlr fr .)ou."
A few days later when ft'vh ,i: a
party of visitors through the burdens
be was much annoyed to see Mat klok-
Ing If possible more ai sa ,rw"rw thx!,
"Why are you still wearing those old
clothes Mat'" be asked.
"Sure. yer bonr,. they're the best I
bare." replied Mat
-But did you not cet the suit I left
for you the (cthbr day'" asked the gen-
Indeed. Ian I d!d. thank yer honor
klbd!y." replied M ar: "-ut. sure. I had
to lae them at bore to ta mended "-
Lomdon Tatler.

WhiN Basbal Was an Infant Industry.
It wu a -rude gme. but merry In
theory the pitcher was therr only to
give the boys a chance to "goak the
ba .'" Ftrst b d was still out The
fortunate catcher. haUdlfg a beary.
live.y ball wittot c.ask. t!ore or pro-
tetor, stood up eftr thebe t when
e were oo bse If be bad the still
ad orange. The early guidee pecom-
mfi him to do so wbeu be coald
Had ot the pitcher been restricted to
an artificial throw sacrce a catcher
wld have lived to teU the tale.
Marn catchers took everything on
"t bounce and managed at that to
pNeret much baie stealing Baae run-
ig also was in ita infacy. -Smith."
ay the Spirit of the Times -caught
a remarkable game. baring but five
paed baIllscored against him+" Here
and there we get a glimpse which
ahow hbow crude it all was, what a
matter of hit and min natural forte.
In the fiftlk Dik-y Pear-e shone wttb-
t a peer aan tnfelder He used to
top growders with his hand and foot:
-Will Irwin in Coller'a.

She Did So.
"Always" uaid papa as be drank
hb coffee and enjoyed his morning
bhbtak-"always. children, change
the subject when anything unpleasant
has beeo id It is both wise and
That evening on Lis return from
bubnmn he found several of his flower
bed deApoiled and the tiny imprint of
slippered feet silently btanng time t
to the small thiet
MabetL" be msad to b:-r. "'d:d you
pick my fiv ers"'/
"Papa." said MabtL. "did y,,u st- a
ookey In the city today We had a"'-
"Never mind that L,.d you p:. a rcy
bowm Mabel r
aPIa. what did grandma send me"'
"Mabel what do yoa meatn Did you
pick my flowers? Answer we. yes or

'YTe, papa, 1 did. but i ta u:rit I
would change tbt subject."-L :.djn

Look After Your Property.
It is a safe rule in this word to kl',
carefully after the details of c.,ur own
property. Be sure your :it!e deeds are
recorded. that your insurar.ce is ''ir
up, that you alone have tte Key to

your strong box In the safety -ault
Do not leave your securities with ybrur
broker. If he is doing a cuns,-rvat:ve
business he has no need of them. f bhe
Isn't you dou't want him tu h3baLd
your property. The wonder is that
with all the toufideace rep -s,.d i1
financial matters there are so ftew kdf-
alcations. There is no use in rn./::
It easy for come cne to get ym-)r ;,trv-
erty. In this word it is hard f, r ,vst
per-s-ns to acquire anytLiL;. i:.z d *-: .
should te careful to the .ast &d-ree 1n
seeing that they are fu:y u :.t't"- :"
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rerd t t tc. dr ~LI4 f tL: .-
catchers at St. Ki.da. a cc'rrres :. :v:
says the t;.d fVS S1 K.. z.
nesting p.a,'cs t:at en tz:.;,1 t1: t -. ~':J
deface to the spcrrs s'. a*Ld :"e
most daring of bird catchers. rF -.e
Is, for example. the [r,'i.7ice a.:td

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peakng of the criou NMau mU-
ft lore of the pat. the Urerpt Pl t
says that a -.Jgular sate of af i +
wasehiitd in ^ d" at the+ MARSHALL & COMPAI
cliut of theU apteokir war. Trade +
was bru- mAmey was wmr frvly ad-+
rtentrd. nd al! *rs of private per-
M beLAS n tL isue otes TrberP wu *
D oc camsoo Ataerer to bare ster1iL:
against them All yood o Wdu w J Awas
to get one one to take thm and pa +
tbem OI. The Tsbhi gw tfil t evn Cotton Facto
tbh humbter traders tsed crdl I A _
promise to pay.- the a i PROMPT SALES AND QUICK
clirulatoo being 5 ahilliinc a h
and erven sioce. ()OnwCen aa! +
cete from Castletower o ee t 4 I_______
collct a Judgwat of WOr 1:i t.,v 4
coroner of ilenfabt. Tbis wurth3 jIl A
him 2.7W card not. manf vf tt t +
Them bk e.rr.ia a tt+ Sea Island C tton a Spe
worthlesw Tbhe took seranl b.-ar ', : 'W U
examine and Cuvant, ad their tran
port was an itew of extreMe di7c:: 1
Fporta iy they were pt ito ai :k Fertilizers. Bagging and 1
Itf shaken to one end and b..f to t,, 1
other, and the wbhole siunv, %r t& h -
back of a bwse. The Isat~br ,, '. I
bore. akin throua s. sp.-i.;d aer.'
half the cards! +

Clearing the t MA SHALL & COMPA1
In his car:nait*r uf drama:t;. *: Low Dige P f S S9t7 b S o
Mr. J. Cu*,u t'irr. the .utb,,r r,".
a notice (of the l;y of "'**Ch.- I SAV A
which Irvini ayed undtr the :,S .t SAVAbNNAH, GOO i
az'ement nf \ir Rattnian H ir V

tion deeply incensed the :i aoa;r. I:
order perhaps to find tli ,p,,'r:nta:'
of informing the critics f L,- disai
proval. the an ,.r invited h:m ti .
supper at the i 'nmt2ster -.'cub on t. -
se'Ond or tl'rJ night of the -,'b;,.
tiok. WbL., e tcr.'t hUtt t'....
ment had arrived Mr Bar-man '. .,
cunversatk-n to the p< it t a!t i a.'+
emphaticaiiy bawnirg the tai i.- w;U
his fit. de--tr.-l L, the .'.+,!,-st ;,f
tones that be did Lot produce L.,+ l '.'
at the Lyceum that-r, to [ .eai* Mr
Comyns Carr T'-.:r- sas a a .r." .'"
awkward s i.ea' whi.'; Mr. r r-r .,oa
fesses be IJ tf r ': quj: a.':- r,,
break. tr-: u;, L s ra-,at :,n u
wit of trhb co-u-;'L:.y Fi:b tlt-e Ld;,'.T re-
tOet. "-We.d. dt r tr.c. ':.cS .' ..,U "it
be grcrisctd if tt.ey d .!'t li.ea.st h. n."

The Codex S'naitcus.
The mor- a :,-:: t ,f 4 Nt-w TeaSri
meLt ianui.--l;'s is T *L kwn as
the "Codex & .ait.cuS. r ,aL,.iaLed a:
the expense ,.f .\.exi:.tdcr ii. ..Af Rus-
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covers Eta r', v *.\ ... ...r Ite nlj
and New i' :a:!.-*', *:. ered in the (,\:.:.t ,.f bt (atherine-
on Mouct s;:iai t. t.
Tisdicoi'.rf it s cr:!tr~ :iyrritit~
to the f-,urr -e:-:u.' Nu Yur r
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correct and approved.
Poll list was filed by tax co'.ector J.
A. McLeod which was examined, found
correct and approved.
Upon motion the btard appointed L.
C Willi. Supervir tf the ,:ce
Minutes uf las.t meeting vwerr read
and approved.
Ordered that C. J. Tucker be paid
$T.Ik for well at Oak Grove. Tr,n
Board paid $25.00A and the school foirfeit
part of its term for the balance.
Upon motion the board ordered that
all tne old "spoiled" warrants left in
the warrant book were torn out and de-
The following accounts were received.
approved and ordered paid:
May Ward, teacher <, *V
B J Baker, teacher ..;,
Isreal King, teacher ''
A D Wentworth. teacher 4', I i
M L Smith, teacher i5
S P Sessions, teacher :. ,,
Ruby Allison. teacher.. i,
Dola Haddock, teacher .3.5 ',
A A Knight, teacher :-; .
E E Booker, teacher .. 2
Claud B McKinny, teacher 5 'V
G W Land, teacher .4 I 41_
Josie Boatright, teacher .4 (,
Ottis Haddock, teacher !IN
A L Manker. teacher 2: tI )
F A Stokes. teacher 1,
Malissa Washington, teacher 25 '.,
Dora C Wilson, teacher+ 25 A",
R H Howard, teacher .;, t
Lillian Roux. teacher 25 t-*_
Mary Riherd, teacher 4" i,'
J. N. Rodgers, teacher 4o (A)
T W Sweat, teacher 35 .1,,
Carrie Brooke, teacher 3 m, 2I", .'!
Belie Moseley. teacher
W F Moore., teacher

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S Sand l Brd af SmWaome ema-
ty m"toh u mswm pra mt, iC.
E. L irm W. H. Ogdeamd W. L

Up- Imami of the Bard the min-
am e tahe t meeting wee deferred
ti ltis t the meeting.
It wua ernd by the Bar i that the
ditriet bI of the Central School be
marked at and affirmed by he Board.
TheappfaliUm for aid to help build
a school house at Rock Cut uas reject-
ed, bat upon motio Henry z rmth was
reappomted Supervisor.
Upoa motion of the Board .t v as or-
dered that as the patrons were going
to fence the school grounds at New-
burn that Mr. G. A. House would be
allowed to join fences with the school
house fence.
Ordered that as the Supervisor of
Shady Grove was sick and unable to
attend the meeting, that the petition
from said place be deferred until the
next meeting of the Board.
The Board ordered that the petition
from Suwannee colored be deferred on
account of the Supt. not being able to
get out there and investigate the
Upon motion the Board ordered that
upon report'of Supt. the dividing of
Oak Grove seh'ol was found impracti-
It then being 12 o'c czk. upon mo:icn
the board ordered an adjournment un-
til 1 o'clock.
At 1 o'clock the Board was czllod to
order by the Chairman, all the mem-
bers being present the regular business
was taken up.
An itemized estimate was made out
in which the school apportionment was
made and presented to the County
Commissioners. In this estimate tht
Board ask for a 61-2 mil! levy.
The Board then began on the trtas-
urer's report and canceled some oi the
Upon motion the Board ordered an
adjournment until S o clo k next rnIrr.-
August 4th, 1lW. the &Bard mett r d
was called to order by the chairmrrn.
present C. H. Brinson. W H. goy n
and W. L McInnis.
The warrants were ail canledtd and
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cah e WC V tm tcher......

ap ib it ac tkMer...............
A Bu teacher.............
WT Doke, tcher...............
Bme Wolfe, teacher .......
Mad CrMekmore, teacher ......
ate tcher................
Martin Padget teacher .-.- .
J L Mowe, tu her ..........r.
Dara B Hop r teacher........
K V Holoway, teacher.........
M M Ho ray, teach..............
R L B Thoms, teacher .......
C F orrest, teacher ...........
F A MeKinny, teacher ............
Roa E Stafford, teacher.........
Fnnie Darympe, teacher......
GE O'Hara, teacher,
Ottie L Carver, techer..........
Clifford Hall, teacher............ .
Bkunt & Blount & Carter,
cLunsel ..... ...........
C J Tucker, well at Oak Grove
Suwannee Hardware Co. inci'ls
Frs Nat. Bk., interest ...........
Live Oak Pub Co. .pub minutes
J. W. OHara, Pkge....
Citizens Bani. mn:eretst .
G. B. Lord, cmrmi.ssiun
C. Il. Brinscn, Mee. of Bd
W. H. Ogden, Mer. of Bd
W. L Mclnn6s. Mem. of Bd
J. W. O''Hara, supt. saina.

349 18
139 63


Towal .(i7 50
Tnc follvwirg accounLi were received
from special tax school: districts, ap-
proved and ordered paid.
Live Oak No. 1.

Citizens Bank, interest .
Geo Wolfe, incidentals .
J L 3lj,,re, sup .on teacher'ss sai

'r3iien No. 3.
Citizcr. Bank. interest.
Burlington Nu. "
C.tiz-ns "Bank, interest

Dempsey and Hali No. 7.
Citiz-:La Bhank. Interert-
Gitf-, :d Hall, sui.p,.:mrtn:

Houstv. N .,-
C.aZenfs BanK. interest:
Total in ali $.,74.43.

i6 00

td) 87

$ 48

5 ou

Here being nfo fu ,rx-r bstness the
board avi torr. eu to n.e;r Augustt 23,.

i. H. bR\s,,N: Cihairman.
J. \W. t HAP.A. ae'. a ,d Sup*L.

Nt;rer can t-',i Arhtn yvu'il mash a
nnger tr suffer a cut. bruise, burn or:
.scaild. Be prepared. [)r. Thomas'
Electric (jii instanti, reietves the pain i
quick! t cures, the wound.


.lu-t a- a re, s of l.ive' Oak Have

Waiting doesn't pay.
If you neglect the aching back.
Unrinarv troubles, a. bdtes. surely
foil, w.
D[oan's Kidney Pii'i rtli%-ve backache.
Cure every kidney ;it.
Many people in this lK.&:\:, r,.cni-!
mend Doan's Kidney Pvis,
Here's vone cas-:
N. L.. Parr:.h,. phvt'.rdph-r. Her-
nanda St.. Lake City. Fla., says:
"'&,me time aiig I was u:Tertenrn from
pains in my back and -ides, often so
severe that I had great difficuitv in get-I
ting up or down. There was a!so an!
irregularity in the pa.sages .._f the kid-
ney secretions and this caused me ad-
d:tional annoyance. I had often heard
of Doan's Kidney Pills and at iast pro-
cured a box and began their use. I am
glal to say that they acted ju;st as rep-
resented. The first few dou.-es relieved
me and further use resulteAd in a conm-
plete eure. I have nit had a -i;rn of I
kidney troubije sir.c: and fur that rva-
son highly rt-c ,.m ,n.: DL.an's KIdnev
PIlIs to persons a';>S tce as I was.
For si0%e b a.i '.-alr-. Price i,

e -. t :.-. [ ,

,prom, and some friendL asl,'iuer:d-
ing, a aa yps.Y. will come in a:!d give
whaerer kind of prophe-y best ac-
c, rdas with his witrs.-Rvbert Shack;-
ton in Harper's Magazine.


The Tortilla I Thoeir Bread-Frijolre
Are Boikd Beas.
The tortilla is the ancient Indian
bread of Mexico. Its only constituent
is Indian corn (maizei. which the wo-
men soak in limewater until the ker-
nels are at the point of bursting. then
wash thoroughly until it is free from
lime. when they grind It by rubbing it
on a large block of stoue, especially
cut for the purpose. with a saiaier
stone which they hold in their hands.
The operation looks very much !ke
rubbing clothes on a washboard and
is a lab(oritus and tedious one. The
lime renders the corn dju-bh adhesive.
like wheat flour dough, and it is easily
patted between the hands into cakes
the size anid shape of an ordinary grid
dlecake and is baked up ,n a thln
stone grlh:;ie. Though i," salt or
leaven is addtd. fresh tort..!'as are ex-
cedigiily pa.iatiale.
The one ,other fidl iu;t:i.n.:5 L.m fr:-
joes--ordinary teaus. T'-.-.: are iQdj
t, a Uush and i;:h a 1.-tu''iTy
of lard are uarmk.l a ti-'iirn1i i:l ;
fla earthen dish thIat :i'-wi.r: fir a
frying% iun. ".The very p-,,or l-,l'ie L
riot always have the luxIury ,f friij:,
and wtc.1. tt.y do baiv t le!i: <.ai::,;
a!ua' aff.,rd the l:ir.l- Nw Y.r':

Odd Death Certificates.
Certifit:azu4 o,f d.ith are Ilot dxu l
ments whe re e It,' sua.:i.y seeks fnr hu.
mor. but '.here is fre'iueu:ty t,, b,-
found In the'ul mWn h bof the U1i:-unsci,,u.
variety lHer. f,,r instance. is hbw
the .aue ,.f death is stated in the cas-
of a la;i.oJrvr
"'Iih,1 from i:ijuries reveiv,-d tbrouihl
a bu2 ai dt: d! k: ,u on h;i
The c' ,i,.:;r;r:ir,: show f,.,r the fee!-
lugs of the ,u: is a file t,";],h a',!d
SUl::l'S' zr:ivt fih;, ti n i n on th,' lhirim '
responsit~ility ,,f !e i,,wer ; :i:i!<.

from ehf tfe,: (s rfI i:iiries r.'eivJ.
afier 1 ,; r;:! ,.-, ,. y a ra:!Ixv- ':
tra :; i*, hi,,'..' .,v,:,;. 1,1 '.h:su der-
stititd;:jl l,:;.\..: dl ea.sed anld a:
enzi,,e dri\ ,r" T!,:. dc.rir, 'i. n .f :a
rather urdihiarv r;,i"v:v. ,'a.su;'Vy i. ex-
cellknt.-I.,odon E'l,r,.ss

Sensitive Tobacco Plants.
In ('u1.a the lt-': t,!aut.c,, coWjes fronlQ
one stii ;.f land ,,they. ih, .1i1ws of a
certaiL ri'..r. a:,Hi evea there a north
wind mayv ru.::. : e r,,;. TotaccIu is
the m,'st s:,is:.iv., ;.:ii:t we kuow jf
The .:;.;filt.t th::*: afet-vs its flavor.

and the rnsut: jx: ret'er t,,L'acc,. but

nlu i ,,r:!i Bror,' rhey i(riujce the m.,'s:
do.:, a'- a':,i -. k r'it-ves that v'er
were ,. .u: tbe "..;ai;' l a.ks ciar-

t,, "he I'h:;; .:.:7 -.. a:,d ),,u un.cre'y pr! ,
due-t a su;..r- .' Mlsia 3 ,eve'and
I' n:'. I '':*..:r

2 5 t ak drate. frt o ttif
S ran bm, wh wkii ftemflto
M o a M. to- ftrt md m
40 mly drm ad tr -pe ww t t
5O0 peoe come rmi fr tom all don,
4000 tiom. or a wddiag Is ot curr sm
35U0 with the qulhcMn whi wri pl" e
3500 the sky ad Rtk MIarrMte is a
40 00 cfracmat either lihtly nor wcretlY
500 rntered into.
On the u Iht before the wedding It
5 00 b iosdered de rnue to hurt old
3;00 pots and pans agln the bnm of thp
30 0 bride with bobroim good wibea and
3000 without thew delicate atteotios a
30 00 bride wold really feel slighted. Her
25 001 two bet friends watt upon her dvmn
3.00 the din ad give her a wreath and a
40 00'eil and ome eres composed In her
S honor, and that the rerses are cur-
20 00; ously like thoue offered to brides in
40 00 the past. except for necessary chWnge
of name. Is not at all a drawback.
50 00 WeddIngs are usually on Tuesdays.
7- 00'and they take from 7 o'clock in the
00 morning till 4 or 5 o'clock in the after-
8 881noon, Including the time at bhe t,.,wn
S hall. At the bome there wl!1 !ikely
be a play given In which are set forth
5 0 t -j c KMnrJr *La t fJ1.la Of rtl- P hi! -01n!4

a little pepper and when hot lay In
four or five small thin slices of boiled.
cold ham. Let it boll up once and
serve quickly on toast-Boston Post

Too Much.
Doctor-Now, there is a very simple
remedy for this-er-this-er-recur-
ring thirst. Whenever you feel you
want a whisky and soda, just eat an
apple-eat an apple. Patient-But-er
-fancy eating fifty or sixty apples a
day':-Iondon Punch.

The Eternal Motorist
V:r; -;i'gK;j Thdo ,ay ,hu.t 11
hu'-4Maol h tm ic u.cred !,Pvom ,ti-o a
~rs. ;Pa.enu-I d''n't think !:IulI
rt')% 'heap cars. mv husband La,

on- r

Household Hint
T' ur aw :e 'le :1je!u- :ae
an.I -,MP i rn -it.... #k


per tnd" a. bt at lst tre

W some appMoslam of a me so
of sMiba he rd or heard at
f e his life aban the
chapter of Geame At last he br
omet, God ma e the wordLd at

Thn dominie lifted a Iad to bide a
asdden smle, but bowed to Jim's
neighbor in the clrcie Curly was
even worse off than Jim had beeo and
for te Utfe of him could not tak of
anything At last rememberag the
occasonal virtue of a good blaff b
twisted oe foot around his chair leg
and. with all the confidence be could
muer remarked ** "He sbore did."-

Last English King In a SttlW.
The battle of Dettinen. in Bavaria.
on the 16th cr7th 0 S.i of June. 174;;
between the Br-tish. Hanoverian and
Hessian troops t l000 men,. undet
command of George IL. aid the
French troops (0.000 mean, under
.Marshal Noafies. which resulted in
the victory of the allied trKop&, was
the last occasion on which an Engish
king fought on the battlefield. His
majesty continued the whole time In
the heat of all the action, which was
said by those who witnessed it to hart
been as fierce a conflict as had ever
been ktown.
On the morning of the battle the
king appeared in the same red cost
be had worn at Oudenarde. thirty-fve
yearn before taking his place at the
head of the seven battalions of gkr&
About noo be ordered a general ad-
vance, and during the movements It
eatalDed be was very near take by
the enemy. but was ruesod by the
Twenty -ecood regiment who. in r-
membrance. wore a sprig of oak to
tber caps upon the an iverary of t
battle for many years afterward-Lo-
don Tit-Bfta

Th ChildrM of the rOn
There is a tendency for children of
exceptional parents to regrem toward
the average stock. Galton terms this
tendency filal regression. Thi the
London hospital points out applies
equally to exceptional physical and
mental characters. Thus, though tall
stature may rn in certain families
yet there is always a tendency to re-
vert to the mean average size. Siml-
larly the children of a genius tend te
have somewhat less than their father's
power, bat more than the average ot
the race. According to Professor Pear-
son. distinguished parents are just ten
times more likely to have dIVfngnihed
offspring that undistinguished parents.
Still, such cases as the Darwins, fa-
ther and sons. the two Pitta Philip and
Alexander the Great are exceptional
Similarly also the children of a crim-
inal tend to be less vkilous than the
father, though morally inferior to the
average man

Ham With Jelly.
Melt in a saucepan a large table-
spoonful of butter and half a glass of
currant or other acid jelly. $take in


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gives instant rrl
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