Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00072
 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: February 22, 1900
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00072
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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Sel,.tl ors- Hon. 8Sam'l Pas*oi onticello
Hon S. R. Mallory, Pensaeola:
4lpresentatives- lot District, S.M. Spark
man, Tampa; 2d District, R. W
Davis, Palatka.
Li,,d Oflice-Register, W. G. Robinson
Receiver-H. S. Chubb, Gainesville.
3nvernor-W. D. Bloxham; Secretary o
Stale, J. L. .raw'tord; 'reasurer,J. B
WhititIld; Attorney General Win. B. La
mar; Comptroller, W. H. Reynolds; St.
erintendent )f Public Instruction, W,
N. Seats; Commissioner of Agricul
ture, L. i. Wolmbwell; Adjutant Ge
eral, Patrick Houston. Tallahassee.
First Dl)triet-S. R. M tllry. Pensacola
.'rT aNAIou,.
'%rentv-filfi Dltrict-J. B. Clarke; We-
Representative, W. G. Coleman, Vernon
,Coanty Judge, D. D. Melvin, Vernon
Clerk of Court, County Clerk, Itecorde
of Deeds, W. B. Lassitter, Vernon
Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Chipley; Treasurer
G. J. Parish, Vernon; Tax Collector, A
Q. Jones, Vernon; Tax Assessor, J
W Williams Chipley; Superintendent
of Public Instruction, W. L Lockey
Clhipley; Surveyor, P. L. Horn, Orange
Justice of tthe Peace. W. I. Singleterry;
Notary Publics, W. A. Emmons, C. H.
Crippen; Deputy Circuit Court Clerk.
W. A. Emmons: Scliool Directors,- R.
F. Brackin, W. I. Singletarv, L. M,
Ware; Post Master, L. M. Ware
Postmistress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
Postmaster; Henry Bovis.
?ostmaster and Notary Public, W. H,.
?ostmnistress, Mrs. Hassellvorg.
Piustmastei, S. W. Anderson
Postmaster, Mrs. R.Gay.
Postmaster, 0. C. Tompkins.
rostmastei, W. F. Woodford
Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
Postmaster, P. N. Hutchinsou.
Postoffice on Laird's Mill Bayou.
totary Public, Frank Hoskins; Postma.-
ter, lhos. J. B. Mauger; County Cnm-
Smissioner, Biram M. Spicer; Deputv
Clerk of "ourts. S. T. Walkloy.
t L I (IO 1 0 U .
Methodist Episcotal-.Church Washing-
touave nid Chestnut st-Preaching ev-
ery las and 3d Sunday at 11 a. in. and 7
p.'m. Sunday school at 3 p. in. Rev. D.
Taskerj pastor.
Baptist-Church, cor. Wyoming ave.
and-Cincinnati st. Services by pastor on
Wednesday evening before 2d St-nday,
and Saturday at 7 p. .n., before, and 4tti
unday, 11t a. m. and 7 p.m. Pcayer
needing Wed..esdav night ofter 1st. and
3d Sunday otch uonth. Sunday school
every Sunday, 10 a. in. Rev. S. L. Loud-
ermilk, pastor
Presbyterian-Church corner Loraine
avenue and Drake street; Rev. R. J,
Mcllwain pastor; preaening on second
Sunday ot each mouth at 11 o'clock a. m.
.nd at 7 p. m. Sunday ScLool at 9:30
a. m. every Sunday, John Stursock, Supt.
3atholic-COhurch corner Wyoming ave-
itte and Foster street
The northern mail, via Anderson, Gay,
Bayhead and Chipley departs every day
except Sunday at 3.'00 o'clock; a. in.;
arrives every day ex-cept Sunaay at
1:40 p. m.
iast Bay mail for Harrison, Cromanton,
Parker, Farindale and Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrews going east every morning
at 6 o'clock and leaving Wetappo at
1 o'clock, arrives, coming west every
evening at 7 o'clock.
SCHEDULE OF RATES:-For each five
minutes, or fraction thereof, use of
Between St. Andrews Bay & Gay.... 15c
to 6 Bayhead20c
6 1 Chipley. 35c
Chipley & Bayhead........ 25c
& Gay.............30e
4" Bayhead &Gay............. 10c
For transmission by telegraph 10c.
extra, not Including telegraphic service.
W. A. EMMONS. Gen'l Mar.

Deputy Circuit Court Clerk aBd No-
tary Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
affidavits, legalize acknowledgments,
a ete.,anywhere in Florida. Special at-
tention given to land conveyances and
S to marriage services, and license issued
to lawfully qualified parties. Office at
the BUOY Office, St. Andrews Bay.
Homeopathic Physician and Ac-
coucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
corner of Shell avenue and Michi-
gan street,
St. Andrews FlOrida
Physician and Druggist, Commerce st.,
east of Bavview, Offers his professional
services to the citizens of St. An-
drews and vicinity. Residence oi' Bli'eii'a
Vista avenue.

Nodltr Pubflic'
Willattend promptly to all business de-
manding his attention. Office on lav-
Jview street, on, block northeast of T.
O Danford's store,

W. o. BtlfLfR,
Atioriney at Law,
A.r',La'nd Titles and Collections I
""-i mi- a Spotisfty.

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One dollar a Year in Advance. The any 'as drali ing 0to ts climse
Already lieo sun had beguii to tint
WILLIAM A. EMMONS the w.-stern sk3 with a soft crilii.-,o
Editor and Proprietor. glow. The windows mt the weather
Display ad res p inch per beaten barracks caught and hehl tihe
; Display ad rates 50c pe inch per montl t
Position and eitra'olinary condition osy light as though loath to let tht
rates snhiaect to sDecial agreement. brightness go, and even the lihtl
f "Local Drift," 5c per line, first insertion thatched cottage under the hiil was
2'2c each subsequent. Display local batlied in glory.
Sdoulloverates. Within ith little cottage under
*.E the hill preparations foir ain eyenini
On'y a Laugih. .
Only a laugh, but the joy of the hours meal were being made. Back and
in it forth across tie roont a tall straight
; Dropping so blithely from out of the figure moved, full of that supple
gloom, . r -gtace. of the southeit .4vaxuat.-.. -
Down fron s the casement that has the "Zoritsa, have youlheard what di
red flowers in it.,isiohasbeenade
Flooding with sunshine my poor lit- cisint has been made?"
tie room. "No, mother." answered the gill.
; -"Capt. Newcombe told me todaij that
r Only a laugh-but I know well whose they weie all on tiptoe of expectation,
i choice it is,
Oh, I can guess whose the lips that but determined to fight and win, nto
can chaff; matter what happenss"
t Whose is the smiling mouth, whose "The captain i' very gallant. 11
bubbling voice it is, ail the men were as biave as lie there
aPutting such perfumein only a would be no doubt about an Ameri-
can victory."
Only a laugh! My lone life is so shad- -"I am afraid your criticism is un-
owy, just, mother- You are letting eun
Tinged with .the darkness that soli- just mother" You are letting te
tude grows, come under the ban of your displeas-
Most of the brightness missed, most of ure because you chance to know the
its glad away, merits of one, Capt. Newcombo
Most of its tenderness chilled by the thinks all his mern brave."
"Well, we need not complain of
Only a laugh, but so much of the gay Lient. Hope's courage,for he certainly
illi th displayed perseverance at least, before
Oh, were there love, wouldd bb he won you, aftem many rebuffs."
sweeter by half.I
I could forget that my hair has its gray "Oh, yes, Lieut. tope is very
in it, brave, if you call persistance in a love
Were it -for me more than-only a affair 'bravery.' I wonder if in war
laugh -New York Pre a beseiged army is ever worried into
-New York Press. being captured. Really,'1 feel like a

A Sprig ot Heather, prisoner of wat since-"
Flower of the waste! the heath-fowl "Hush, Zoritsa," came softly front
shuns the corner. "You are hasty. It is
For thee the bake and tangled wood; no less than treachery to-"
To thy protecting shade she rui.s, "Treachery," interrupted the girl,
Thy tender buds supply herfood; d,
Her young forsake her downy plumes impetulousl1 "I think your defini-
To rest upon thy opening blooms. tion and mine differ, but forgive me,
Flowr of the desert thoh thon t lear," suddenly softening and laying
The ero threat r ge tho arm tiher flushed cheek against her moth-
free,er that range the mountain soIt hair. *'I am tired tonight..
The graceful doe, the stately hart, Aud-mother-do not ask me why-
Their food and shelter seek from I have craved my liberty as no one
thee; evei did before-and tonight I'm
The bee thy earliest blossom greets, free, mother-free! Do you under-
And draws from thee her choicest
sweets, stand what that. means to me dear?
I have broken my engagement with
Flower of the wild! whose purple glow Liet. Hope."
Adorns the dusky mountain's side, t may be at the risk of your hap-
Not the gay hues of Iris' bow, It may be at the risk of your hap-
Nor garden's artful varied pride, piniess, dear.
With all its wealth of sweets could "I have gladly taken that risk and
cheer, rejoice in my liberty. Ah! mother!
Like thee, thehardy mountaineer. Liberty! I ,wonder not that men'ti
Flower of his heart! thy fragrance lives are lost for liberty!"
mild i.
Of peace and freedom seems to The widow Juaniqaez and her
To pluck thy blossoms in the wild, daughter were in the little cottage
And deck his bonnet with the wreath, making bandages and otherwise busy-
Where dwelt of old his rustic sires, ing themselves with work for the
Is all his simple wish requires, army.
-Anne Grnnt. "It is strange mother, that Capt.

Ionimance. Newcombe did not come in as usual
I. tais evening."
He kissed her twice. He swore his love -"Yes; he said yesterday hoe would
And said, "I'll come to stay"-- come up as soon as his duties were
She cried her grief against a wall pome I o u n d s
As Hubert rode away. performed. I do not understand his

His heart wastrue. The years sped by Zoritsa glanced quickly at the still
He came again one day, girlish figure bending over her woik.
He took a room in AN hotel- Was that a flush softly creeping over
Unpacked his things to stay. the fair, youthful face? She caught
nI. her breath. Did her mother care?
And then he looked for Marguerite, bhe had uot thought of that-but
He found her, easy, quite; then-why not? Was not the senor-

Her daughter, Maggie White. ita tlme belle oh thi village Ai y11 et
the thought had never come to her

His face it paled, his eyes went out; that it was still possible for a ma
With scorn his heart did ourl; like the captain to win her mother'sa
He mourned aloud his agony, love. Why, even the idea was ab-
And found another girl. surd. Did she really care for Capt.
v. Newoombe? Surely his interest, at
And so the world wags on today; least, was no more thau friendship.
Where'er the cloudlets furl; Whon he hears that she is not bound
The fellow who is crossed in love p i
Can find another girl. to Lieut. eope wille not show her
,n, ^- it is she whom he loyes?
A Little Boy's 'Wish. hi.
When winter comes the people say, Great excitement seemed to pre-
", shut the door! and when, vail in the village iext tiorniiig. At
As sometimes happens, I forget,
They all me back again, every other door groups o[ people were
standing, the men angrily gesticulat.
It takes till summertime to learn; ing, the women crying. In fri'ont of
And then thing's change about,
And, "Leave it open!" is he cry the cottage were two or' three villag-
When I go in or oui. era talking to "Irish," as he was fa-
I try to be a pleasant boy, .Wn i camp.
And do just as I ought, "Yes," he was saying, "thin"
When things become so hard to leaDn, shpalpeens up there," jerking his

I Wish they would stay taught. thumb toward the barracks, "were
-Littleolk too busy enjoyin' av themselves to be

f'. R' Thirkljead, Health Inspector of bothered wid the th'ritbles av a hand-
Chicago, says,-Kodol DyspepsiaCure can- ful of potr divils, But ye'll never be
not be recomiimefided too highly. It cured after datdlin' Captain Newcombe
me of severe dyspepsia." It digests what a.napphi- awd z soonez lie heard the
you eat and cures indigestioni, heartburn a i a l
and all forts of dyspApsia. R. .F track- fuss, he offered himself an'd his men
i1. & Sow to go av 'd' hlp thimu'


away. of a woman named Drew, who dream- the precious metal was stored away In
"And this i' liberty ?' Aye. lib- ed one night that her husband, a re- a quill, plugged with clay at the ends,
erty to follow Thee, 0, Christ, to be tired sailMo, had been murdered by a d I have know hery a to take out as
boJtnd to Thee With the chains of peddler at a Gravesend tavern, where much as a quarter of an ounce in the
Thy liberty to serve Theeins the said husband was In the habit of course of one day.
Thy love--liberty to serve Thee in putting up when visiting the town in "Usually her limit was about $2.
serving others-to spend and be question. The first news that.f awaited n n y he got that she stopped
spent in Thy 5ei'rvieo." *- bei on rising in the morning was that Then the head of the house would
spent in Thy eiv- her spouse had been assassinated at arise languidly and start for the near-
On the field, if the libspitals and the very tavern she bad seen In her ex- est store, 12 miles away. Sometimes he
in the filthy 1,ri.',ins hef presence traordinnary vision, whereupon she, would trade the whole amount for
seems to radiate peace that the burst into hysterical tears and cried whisky; but, as a rule, he brought back
seenis to radiate a peace that the out that her dream had come true. tobacco, salt, meal or calico.
world cannot give.- In hbie face ca'n She calmed down' somewhat after. a ."There are hundreds of.jlaslte .fa.ml
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Scomie lia, k .,;. i T'lir v l.:. ,n. i n in ii l e i Iicelals an exact d,. -,cription 'of ti,.
,, g, ir ee account of his dre r.lilh i t.I l. a-.I n
c,,OlIIan-5 I ,,ir l n't e Il see asi.. It'll ul the otll,, ilig of a lheat of l) l ie ce,,at of :i ter1 pil .ulia.r pt', it.r
here- .,l I. l, l i i'ill, 1, l. ( i te h ,,l") t, t l ti lhe ,1 .cnt. wl'r a rl ng-u- a "" .. .t !p aI, fv i
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b eeu k i el ci ii1 .X l! 'tu .. t L'lic eag.a ''iit ne s lieli Ill. tm I Ih,' .er u .u ,t a l., 1,![ -r i n\
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8 T he tU o, u, t l iii, i.o leal I., 1 -' n ,te iz.- Iv 1 1 .: l.... r;i,. i,
each othei, a F ael, | n* ar S1-3 S4.,n ,s, il he t l lexicaIb,,- t,aI I, ', I i", t, , uI, _
r stand intheil o' l ,,in, stai- there i- a t e ln iitaia s h .... l, v .. .
edl their eats I l 'i A lm, ,,,. L .i lliti allear to lla e lb ,, e e l ir . I ... 1: t .,' .: .,* i" "
consci ,ou d ..f* t, t1 pe .ece t l,-y 11, t lno' ,.h g "a ,it,'. T he I p ,t u.:'. dI- T u .
I both ran unt at ~ i n', wonId- a ,I lnd s buncl uof l;, lLail.4 i, ill tie ,.,Ii' n r. "-it .r- ir. ni r, .-it,
c stood th ,le w ittl e eN l d ed>,J l, u- fu Il t f, a t' a ic i i i,, th -, u I I;;'. " q': (_I. 1,t1 -'. ',i

.epe ed n ^ s ,,q 1 :11.1 Ill I *- I IP
ltate m a yv'a .al||) lf'i-le ainl eir lei ". i h i.- 'i;,, 1 .. *. ... with tears the light loving eves- e v u l into .olr .a, l eeL p ,d ,e 0
itho wl.r the i lovinu r wayed basin below, and so on through a se- dinner a"il after enjoying a substan-
e wow li r .wycl trial meal lay down on tite couch and
and trenled, a .l he would have ries of nine, the last one being neat fell into a light doze. A very vivid
fallen bad not Z,,iti eouly seehavm- the ground and on the direct road dream then cattme to im whereiu he
falltorealize tho t Z r mii ter wase from Yuma to Sonora. The lower s"w two nmen of the lburg!ar tyi-e en-
el to realize tlia pr m other was gaged In rifling tlhe safe in his office,
lhei'e. With a l dIch f tanks are easy of access and are oft- and so much impressed, was he by the
the breath and a dr choking sob iti en drained by travelers and animals. vision that he resolved. upon awaken-
S th i The great upper tank ca only beLg to at oce o tb tnhe ot'e an see
her throat, she reas d out her arm The great paper tak can only be eth t e inwasun rioc and kseey.
approached by circuitous and diffi- y.
and caught her. approached by circuitous and diffi- lls anmazeinent may be imagined
Each read with ignish the truth cult climbing. To a stranger stand- when, on arriving there, he discovered
E h r ng below, tile upper lak, of co o, 1the door forced and a hur".rlary in prog- i
in the other's eyes, ad in eabli heart ing below, the upper lake, .of eours, .To summon a couple of gen-
as a momentarytruggle for the has no existence. In that plain beo. ,anm,- xl- s the uvo;k of an instant,
was a victory. The taryl uietess ofr t low are over 200 graves. Scores of iand ri'e :n.:tntes late;- th:thtieves., who
victory. Tie :tinulquietness of a d TO'tnttiois h, sebreakeras,
despair seemed to d&elop the young human beings, fishing for water, e iir way to t!t police depot,
girl, and with eye'heavy with utn- have expended their last strength in where lie f r. lo.secutor told l(s extraor- a
shed tears, she hblily le her eachiflg this spot, only to find the d 'i.ry hty-. In view of tihe fact that a
shed tears, she ha blindly led her '' i lie safe contained valables to the ex-
mother into the hba: lower tanks dry; and, ignorant of the t o Sme to alua ds the ex-

This, then, was~hy Zeritsa had great upper lake, where thousands of dream in question proved a very for- s
claimed her freedom, Oh, why had gallon i,'ere to be had for a little tunow e on, x' the dealer. u man
she not told Zoribefore that the climbing, have laid down in despair festatioens. which prove once more (
captain had 'alr' confessed his to die. Later travelers passing have that truth is stranger than fiction. Is a e
aptain had a, cofessd. his buried tse txinnowns' reinais, and task beyond the Ingenuity of man to
love for her? An was only last buried the tinnown remains, and co tmpass. Perchance the theory of t-
night they were iarve told her of always "marked the grave, Mexi- lepathy may have something to do do th t
their happiness ay he is dead can fashion, by a cross of stones, the mysterious business. but even that s
their happiness.b day he is dead, There is i Western Utah, sixty theory would appear rather inadequate t
-dead! Unable t control herself, e f a is l ch eases as the aforementioned t
she broke into pieate weeping. fom oche, a sort of lava A skillful forger who moved in the t
"Dearest tho I said, drawing formation running through an im- highest circles of society was once de- a
Dearestse canyon, which shows plainly tected by the agency of a dream. The 9
the golden head r brast; "did h shows planly affair occurred in Boston and caused
you the golden love he.tr breast; "did thatsome tremendous upheaval or na- the'greatest excitement of the time. it
Love him? bet,, aIch 1e!', ture once visited the country and The forger, a young pnan of eight or e
Love him? b an ie probably destroyed everything it en- nine and twenty, had become acquaint- c
hee may be- re must be some probably destroyed everyhig it n- ed with a rlch pPblislier. at whose o
dreadful mistake he didn't know countered for miles round about. It; house he became a constant guest One n
dreadful mistake didnt kno the dryest part of this most desolate day the publisher's bankers discovered a
her mother ha ai the love light a large stream of waterthat some one was forging their client's a
in.her preted itea ae co signature to various large checks, and c
t ie,,ngl; ---- was a quiver -- the
1! wascame Irom the gigantic nozzle of a to I-k ,1 or the culprit.
eyelid, her heart breaking. Al- T, eir efforts proved useless, but one
eyelid, her heart\ breaking. AI- great hose, and falls a cataract into evening thepublisher's youngest dzugh-
ready her light one out. Herthe abyss below. Before reaching ter, a little girl of 11. dreamed that b
world was a world darkness. t'e bottom, however, the water is she saw a man whom she described as v
Night came on ne by one the distem i i ,s a "like- Mr. Blank." the visitor to whom b
Night came o e by one the disseminated into fine spray and reference has been made, sitting in a
stars appeared, lemn hush lay spreads out like a huge fan, the play room in Maine street copying her fa- s
over all. Even th amp seemed de- and sport of the winds. Probably in thor's signature. The child's dream
serted and ,aght 'e the screech of was communicated to the police, who, r
eted and aght te screech o some period long past the hed of a though' Inclined to ridicule the same at
a whipipor-will bre the dread s- river was where the water merges; the outset, eventually promised to have
lece. but a gigantic upheaval has changed t gentleman In question watched.
e f a gigantic upheaval has change with the result that his lodgings were
Yearning for thhpmpathetic still- the face of nature, sinking the bed of railled and a complete plant for the s
ness of the night I companionship the river many hundreds of feet, and making of bank notes found there. It
.,f the broad sky, fted with its my- e ., .. r then transpired that he was a man who
Sit f a d e leaving the water to pour from its ex- was wanted foer manifold forgeries
ds of sars, Zori drew her shawl alted perch into empty air. throughout the Union, and be was sent a
about her, ani w'- a heavy heart to prison for a very long term.
went out into the (knobis. "I am indebted to One Minute Cough The child's dream was all the more
\'hlat as that. Sounds of re- Cure for my health and life. It cured me extraordinary' in view of the fact that
icigl ls th rated upon herof lung trouble following grippe," Thous- she was too young to understand the
a wj.,i i lthitw ullKsgrae tupon her a leading incidents of the business and
'i> g ,, elherands owe their lives to the prompt i ction attributed the copying of her father's
iu%\ i' lt were l' saying'? sIliil! of this never failing remedy. It cures natrein the drea to the "gentle-
S"Ca1 tain-liie-- pi oner---es- -ecoughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, pnumo- sig in the dream to the gentle
al nia, grippe and throat and lung troubles, man wanting to write nicely, like papa."
calel-" Its early use prevents consumption. It Strange, very strange, but none the less
Could it be true. er lheait gave a is the only harmtess remedy that gives true, and proving once more that, as
grt le. Ys e a loud immediate relief, R. F. Brackin & Son. Hamlet remarked. "There are more
gr-at leap. Yes te wa a loud things in heaven and earth. Horatio,
**ll" rah!" It was u! hlie w'as not SOME QUEER TIP1EAMS ttan are dreamed of In/your philoso-
killed after all, il, and erhtaps phy."-Philadelphla Times.
\ as not to thlik. f herself. Yet TURE OF CRIMINALS. when the Family Is Broke, the Wife
wuhy should ashe a up tihe hope Digs a Little Gold.
,idlen in erhet long a,[I ake Marvelous Mni3lfeistattions That Baf- "When I was in the Olancho district,
liden ino e the t ,gcznty of lian to Explain In Nicaragua," said a visitor who Is
the little mother ua happy? With a ant wviitei Prove Anew 'rihat Truth largely interested in mining in Central
moan malle herir dilng ,han the is Stianter 'r unhn F'ction. America, "I had an opportunity of see-
o h thew her O te ground A very eark e instance of the lng how the lazy natives tap nature's
"God! .,,d Tew hel ho dis*t eacth tracg of a crimluat by means of a till when they needsome small change.
Sod: (3.d! dream cTl.-urloed tnI teach Louis. A woman "Near our camp by the river was a
us to love! Why, oh, why didst named Mary Thor.ton was detained hut occupied by a typical Honduranian
Th,,, giv. me is alIe, ouply to in custody for a mnth. carged with family, consisting of husband ad

.diiik?" see one of the prison officials and told The thonly one of the crow d who did
In al ap.ny of ar,ol she wrestled him she had dreamed that an individ- anythe wife. At i ntervals of perhaps as
Wt her own deire----her own lov her spouse, giving the offi cial at the week she would sally out with the
-and, it seineiled to iher her veiy life same time full details of the tragedy family tinpan, erstwhile used plafor cook-
-and can,.ers, as witnessed in her vision. The man going on the river bto ank. old placTher dig-he
an conterC. Ray was not suspected at the time, ging on the river bank. There she
Quiet, resigned and calm, she but the prison authorities were so would squat, throw a few gourdfuls
found her way home, softly unlatch- much Impressed by the woman's ob- ofter and beginto the usual circular motionth w-
ed h door aol w'ent in. vious earnestness that a search was at oterand beginwthe usual circular motion
ed the oor a. in. once made for him. "She was very shilful and would
The bright n,'onliglit streamed in After some delay he was traced and "ep a ver se o diy at wpray-
a silver bar tlhrughli the long, low charged with the crime, the details of ingkeeP overa ltheedg tlike a miniaturespray
window, and thre in its brightness, the same as seen in the dream eng aract When the water was ex-
window, and th its bghtneps, eearsed to him. Overcome with as- hausted, a few spoonfuls of sand
with upraised' face, almost transfig- tonishment, he then and there con- would be left in the bottom of the pan,
u'ed with hailuie^s was the "senor- 'essed that he had committed the and, spreading it out thin with a bit of
itea wclsp n tec ar ms rime. Curiously enough, the woman grain by
ita" clasped in tie captain's arms. had only met the murderer once and stick, shelooking wor 'olor.' Whenever it grain by
Without hatinU been seen, and believed him to be on the very best of g ain, looking fo g'color.'d she moisteneverd
sifting a sigh, the noble girl turned terms with her husband. the s tick on her tongue and picked up
stng a sigAlmost as remarkable was the case the particle by adhesion.u Each bit of

I HI III t 1 <

t t t.

L.Ik .. ",
ty Middle LiWe They Are Almost Too
Fat to WaiVk.
.,'ib Boer woman is very little like
the trim, handsome Dutchwoman of
her ancestral Holland. ohe is sehldo1
pretty. Her complexion is her princi-
pal charm, and she guards ths care-
fully whenever she goes out. She la
never seen outdocd without a great
peaked bonnet on her head, her visits
to church being made behind an anf
most oriental seclusion of veils. This.!
.s necessary to preserve tlhe pluk Punlt
white of her skia. for (. r ciriate;
would othel;vise sona tani it to the col-I
or of sole leather. tHer eyes are sutal(l
and set close together, and lier t f-tures
are irregular. Her cheeks ari e 'i"ni
ind flat, and her hair is naturally '.ilit
ih color, although time and weather,
soon bleach it from its early straw;
color. At a very early age she loses'
all her teeth. for she is o.-: r
chewing sweet cakes and cunfet tior'-
.A European woman would replace
he molars that nature has de-prLivc.
her of with well mounted works of
art, but the Boer woman does not do
this. She thinks it would be Impioun
hus to try to duplicate the work o
he Creator. Her figure is thick andj
almost waistless. While still a young
woman she begins to grow fat. and1
by the time middle life Is reached shb
s often so unwieldy that the only ei-
rclse she Is able to take Is to waddle
umbrously from one armchair to an.
their. She is clad in a loose, scantily
aade gown, devoid of trimming and
apparently waistless. The day ga
aentsaof the Boers are also their night
clothes, -so the gown Isa genrrally wrin-.
rlea.---C'Lalri^ re..a e.',.,-.a uij C so^fil-*' ,, ,
Two. IReasons.
"You mustn't play with Mr. Borum'd
hat, Bobby," said a young lady who
was entertaining a caller to' her small
"Why mustnft I asked the young'
"Because you might break it," re-.
lied his sister, "and, besides, he wlfl
want it shortly."--Chieago News.

Trneed Back to Eden,
Mr. Dash-1 have discovei4ol the rpp-
on why most women like ribbous'
Mrs. Dash-Why ?
Mr. Dash-Because the first womaf
ras a rib-un herself.--Sy;-rause Hetr
,....--n,-.w us Of |ts r

Thal cough


You have used alls

sorts of cough reme-

dies but it does not.

:yield; it is too deep .
seated. It may wear

itself out in time, but

it is more liable to
produce Ia grippe,
pneumonia or a sen-r
I ous throat affection.

I You need something

that will give ,you"

strength- and build
up thebody


will do this when everything
else fails. There is ho.doubt
about it. It nourishes,
5 strengthens, builds up and ,
makes the body strong and
Healthy, not only to hrow n
off this hard cough, but to
s fortify the system against
further attacks. If yeu are'
run down or emaciated you
Should certainly tae this8
Nourishing food medicine.
5oc. and $1.00, all druggists or
SCOTT& DOWNE, Chemist New.

AR IT I N LOCAL DR T -The L. B. Q will cureacold inone TaA-
ARIT E, LOCAL y For s at the Pioneer. Drug -willt be :t
R^ -- -Look at Mauger's Advertisement.. Store, Iod Ibig Tab for 8 ts and Ia ,, ci
-.---For Furniture, Springs, Mattress- -A ig tbfolet with 17sd. 5 leavessai .t
good tl, In I,.,l blet with 17o leaves i
es, etc., go to T. C. Danford's. orcts;ll ihandsomecoversand lor the y...r 1.W
-The Kalamazoo Celery erve and good, ruled paper, at the BUov office.
, ^ ^ ^ Blood Tonic is the best. A guarantee go d oe letterheads with St. ,
'J" certificate gswith every bottle. For --Handsome letter heads with St.
Certificate goes with every bottle. For i lino and views of
sale at the Pioneer Drug Store, St. An- Andrews Bay date line and views of
__''-"" drews Bay. Point, at 8c. per dozen: also map of the out or br I -.
Our correspondents will please Sear St. Andrews Bay country on back of a the best, ir tht.
in mind that their favors mustbe mailed letter sheet at 12c. per dozsn, at the and 1r,ompti\. IrN
NoTE.-It must be remembered that the early enough to reach us not later than BUOY office all skin ,r.
wind is nota wholly reliable motive pow- Monday evening; otherwise they cannot -The largest watermelon ever earth. t", ':
br and if the sailors sometimes find it im-ea
possible to make schedule tim it must apnear in the current issue. erown, weighing 1491 pounds, waspro- aunteed. -'*I
charged to the elements; they do the best -Brin your ordinary school ink bot- duced from W. M. Girardeau'sTri-oy TR T
ftey can. tie to the Buoy office and for 50 get it umph" seed the past season. The Buoy STREET
--e filled with Arnold's celebrated Chem- has a few packages of tne seed of these
The schooner Nettie arrived from ical Writing Fluid-the very best ink wonderful melons, and will give, while n D ir,.
Pensacola last Friday afternoon made. Must have your own cork. they last, as a premium to every sub- "Tin. .a
bringing three passengers and a -Just received the finest stock of scriber of th Buoy, ahoasks for them floatsi- ..
heavy cargo of freight. perfumes, candies. genuine maple su- (either new or a renewall, seeds enough pleant : i .
The yacht Buckeye started for gar, figs, dates, prunes, English car- (eithere great melons to plant twenty- tioned. fI.
P-ensacula uifl six passengers last rants, apple butter, quince butter mince to he 'i'
TbnIneiayibut sfi e r meatin bulkat the Pioneer Drug Store. five hills. Order at once and say you must ,I
Thnday, but before getting ouat -Capt. D. .,Wtherll s reparng want Triumph watermelon seeds. The must I,,: atl.
the Pass the cold wave and boisterous the mail launch Lurline, and during Buoy has also a few t w.:. of Giant it mu- ".. -_'.
wind struck them and 'after tossing her stay in dry dock the Gladys, under Beggar Weed seed, which will be given kind a ..- L
about fur ttveinly-foiur lh.,nme they tho pilot geiof Capt. Clark Wiherill to subscribe rs.on the sarmconditions. sist a o-ll. iti
we copll to abandon the trip andRobt. LatlIop is doing -ierl i- em State .hth you wish ..l.r beo- tant of all. it
aweie com.Ipll.e4 to abandon the trip 6. ga1 weei-,-,d. f ,,,i.- ,..: .:.l t. -
ad ret.r. o S-. Ande,-....,- D', i,: .Tasker preached morning sb .miums ''Tak 'h -vou.V,,.' ,... .. "
a- and evening in Sunday. The protracted' meeting willbe sent. I, .,,, i.: .'tlie
PACKEI SCIHOON Eli which was to have been held has been 1.t .,;.- 1I
-NETTIIIE. postponed on accountof the inclemen- Great Rejoicing! wet,
ROB'T O. GWALTNEY, MASTER cyof the weather. No More Medicine! per-i;t ion
aves Andrews Bay every Tuesday, -News comes from Gay's Turpen- The Dr. King Chill Pad cures Chills. It Ti Q (i o
leaves Pensacola every Friday, tine camp of t stabbing affray, in which it fails we refund your money. $100,000do.
(weather permitting). Special atten- one negro inflicted an ugly wound upon tatv.ck our guarantee. It is a sure prnot secouml -aUl
tion will he given to receiving and the person of another. Dr. Mitchell keep ttiem we will mail you one on re- effect .-., a
forwarding freight for narties living oni was sent for and dressed thwound, cept of .rice-$l.00. THE DR. KING over. I t
Eaatand Nortlih Bay, e'assengsed thwoers for und. cptof rice THE DR. KING over.t I .'t
points on either arm of the Bay can He pronounced the man out of danger. CHILL PAD CO,, Memphis, Tenn.tio l le,
depend upon securing prompt trans- -Ityou are thinking of huy.ngprop- COOKERY IN BOLIVIA. "Th.' 'i a
porthrifmationa tr ly rto. or erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi- v.:N-D,'dan
further information apply Co gs iniy, you cannot affor to purchase The National Dish, Chnpe, and HoIT He ,,.i in.,-
l. l. WARE & Co., Ags cinity, you cannot afford to purchase It Is Prepared, opt; iri
until you have conferred with the pro- The stoves of the Bolivian Indians mat-. y l, awi
NAPHTHA LAUNCH, prietor of the BUOY. If you are short of are curious things. A hole is dug in cul. r. .i vi.
mon y and want to buy on longtime for the ground about 18 inches deep and a gre. IlT
L U R LINE actual settlement you can be accommo- foot square, and over this is built a chil '.r, th
APT. D. M. WIrrHmRIL[ dated roof of clay with holes of different loo' .1 0-l
arrest the East Bay Mail between St. -During the past week A. J. Tris- sizes to receive the various cooking upl.. it...4,,
Andrews Bay, Wetappo and intermedi- ket made a trip up into Southern Ala- pots. Roasting is done on spits pass- suci,, .- t,.,U ,
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daily bama and, returning through Chipley, ed through the holes, so that the meat cer'.t, i.,e a
(except Sunday) at 6:00 a.min.; arrive at he, while there, closed a deal by which comes out very much smoked unless Tin.... i-,.ia,
Wetappo at 12:30 p. min.; leave Wetappo he becomes the proprietor of the Col- geat care is taken to have only e
at 1:00 p. m.; arrives at St. Andrews at coals at the bottom o te oven. a
7:30p.m. Makes landings regularly at lier House and will move up there as The national dish and the common EvM.ry .l ,
Harrison, Cromanton, Parker. Pitts- soon as he can pack uoand conveyances food of the masses is "chupe," a sort mant :..,; rs
burg, and Farindale. Freight landed at can be obtained. of first cousin to the Irish stew. It is hearts lissLit
any postoffice wharf. For passenger and -L. T. Travis, agent SouthernR.'R,, a conglomerate, composed of irregular is er ...'ni.E,
freight rates, see rae card in the sev- Selina, Ga., writes, "I cannot say too constituents from the animal and vege- very i13Ii .I
DAVID M. WITHERILL. Contractor. uch in praise of One Minute Cough table kingdoms, a mess of mutton and that tLh._..
Cure. In my cae it worked like a such other meats as are available; Th;b I n.owrit
Cure. In my cae it worked like a chicken, fish, fruits, potatoes, carrots, no ,.,:..-, sm
'To the Deat.---A rich lady, cured charm." The only harmless remedy barley, corn, rice, onions, yams, etc., sm,.:e- i -atl
-of her Deafnesa and Noises in the Head that gives immediate results. Cures chopped up, highly seasoned with pep- tin ,,i *I an
by Dr. Nicholson's Artifinial ar Drums, coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, and pers and herbs and stewed to a con-
gave $10,000to his Institute, so that e~l- tt
deaf people unable to procure the Ear all throat and lung troubles. R.F. sistency of porridge. What happens sick f,.,tL,.i
Drums may have them free. Address No. Brackin.& Son. to be left from one meal simmers in that his Ulie
4221 The Institute, 780 Eighth avenue, -The Buoy has a limited uantit of the pot until the next. If the fire goes are.. ,' ,i
New York. he Buoy has a limited quantity out, the "chupe" is allowed to cool, e.. .
California sorghum, or sugar cane seed but it is warmed up again and a new gin ...
A Week'< gVealttivr. for sale at 5c. per ounce; 40c. ner pound. supply of the ingredients added to the for a pipe nhe
The following table r,.-ves tlli maxi.- Thi- cacne .' _ow tmu feet hi gh an-1 t'-4a water t .:,---1 a-01 greU7cy itY stuff for the ,. 1 it
inum, ninii m arn ,. l a t_.u_,.:,,\-. irnch.-a ni'nion.h at th.- b ,.. ',1, tii.- Ei,., oi'xt i.il- -"

t* urew. thet raiifall u nd direcl or -r tihe
wind, for the twetty-fo>ur h,:ursi ending
at 7 o'clock p. m., as indicated by U. S.
government self-registering thermom-
eters. Max:Min. Mean. R'n W'd
Vebt. 14 61 44 64 .00 nw
15 67 44 57 .00 w
16 67 56 62 .00 w
17 66 40 53 .00 nw
S18 43 19 31 .00 nw
19, 4o 23 36 .00 nw
20 63 36 49 .90 se
Fo 'week ..-60 I 37 I 491 00 |

Parker Lodge No. 142

Regular Communi-
cations on the first
and third Saturday
S in ekich imont-ii.
Visiting Brothers
W. A. EMmoNs, Secretary

Lewis Dennis, Salem, Ind., seys, "Kod-
*l Dyspepsia Cure did me mere good
than anything I ever took." It digests,
what you eat and cannot help but curt
"6yspp'fsw andf stomach troubles. R. F.
; rackin & Son.
Samoa's Talking Man.
Samoa's talking man, or "tolafall,"
Is a character. All the affairs of state
of the village In whi Ii ihtt UjulJs i'A.ie-
are carried upon his shoule-i-rs. In or-
dinary he Is the chief adviie-r. p.r-,uad-
er. conv[ncer aud rtstraiuer of toe
leading chiefs.
Having the gift of eilo-Iuence. he
makes the most of it. He Cu.i,,ys imi-
munity from many things. H.- c-aunrt
be spoken of in ordlinary rt-rus. If it
should le nece-s.iry to spr-nk of bis
eyes or his moitih or his lui-i4. special
s-irabinle words mbndt )ie usj. nMords
,ever been appme -o tio personal
parts of ordinary men.
As be stands to deliver his soft. per-,
snasive, mellIfluous oratory, with staff
of office in hjs hand and his fly duster'
thrown over. bls shoulder, any one can
pee that he is a man'of great Impor-
'.tance, or if this Is not apparent from
bis attitude It may be gathered from
the attention paid to his utterances by
.' fay haired chiefs and by youths and
ialdens. If the talking man is a clev-
er'-fellow and understands his busi-
.es, he Is the chief ruling power In his
St. Rbe, althQugh the, nominal headship
t always vested in a chief or patri-+
S Mchal figurehead, -

inll saccharine mnatit-r. If Ord .>n h,
mail, add Ic per ounce for postage.
Also a few Nonesuch strawberry plants
for sale at 50c. per hundred.
-Messrs. E. Whitford, Ed. Guderian
and Robt. Willard, under the guidance
of "Tiz" Willcox, made a trip to the
fresh water lakes last week. They re-
nort a good time, but were a little too
early for a successful piscatorial ven-
ture. "Bob" says that fresh water
bathing, with a duck in sight is one of
the experiences which will iiot bear re-
peating during the present cold snap.
-Taxes for 1S99 became due Nov. 1.
and all those who are depending upon
the Buoy to attend to the payment of
theirs will, of course, remember that if
they have a sufficient tax account cred-
it to cover the amount, the payment
will certainly be attended to; but if
they have not such credit and satisfac-
tory arrangement to that end have not
been made, they just as surely will not
be paid by the Buoy.
-Those Waldo and Florida Gem
peach trees have arrived and like all
the trees sent out by Griffing Bros.
"Company, they are fine, and are recom-
mended as the best and most reliable
peach for cultivation in Florida The
Buo.y has thirty or fprty of these trees
for sale at 15 cbs each. For any other
fruit, nut or ornamental trees, the Buoy
da.es not hesitate to reeommead Griff-
ins Bros. Company, Jacksonville, Fla.
as entirely reliable and as gentlemen
w h.) will send out only the best of stock.
Their catalogue is mailed free on appli-
-ThIe -u':y ..rib.,_ in his, gings and
inmfn-e, "hir.h. hiv t.ho-e b iiie ifnmll -
%nli nuaie-rou)Le and are not alays on i
strictly tangent order; notices among
other things, the various improvements
and the lack:of them, also. -Capt. L. E.
Danford, F. R. Babcock and F. N. Van-
deventer's houses are resplendent with
new coats of paint rand add materially

to the looks of the neighborhoods in
which they are situated. Mr. Knott
has built an addition to his house,
which shows conclusively that the peo-
ple who come down here for the winter
from the north have in contemplation
permanency of winter, residence here.-
-There is no better medicine for ba-
bies than Chamberlain's Cough Rem-

+ea h e .-- m :edy, Its pleasant taste and prompt
I'eher-Hnoi do you account for the and effectual cures make it a favorite
BoWenon of dew? te eart re- with mothers and small children. It
Boy-Well, you see, the earth re- quickly cures their coughs and colds,
volres on its axis every 24 hours, and quickly cures their coughs and colds,
In consequence of this tremendous pace preventing pneumonia or other serious
t perspires freely.-London Tit-Bits. consequences. It also cures croup and
has been used in tens of thousands of
Cold Stel or Death. cases without a single failure so far
"There is ;ut one small chance to save as we have been able to learn. It
your life and thit is through.an opera
tion," was Fel awful prospect set before not only cures crour, but when given
Mrs. I. B. Hunt, of Lime Ridge, Wis., by as soon as Ithe croupy cditgh appears,
her door after vainly turin-g to cure her will prevent the attack. In eases of
of a frightful caie of stomach troualte and whooping cough it liquefies the tough
yellow jaundice. Hie didn't count on the
marvelous power of Electric Bitters to mucus, making it easier to expectorate,
cure stomchI and liver troubles, bit she and lessens the severity and frequency
heard of it, took seven bottles, was whol- of theparoxysms ot coughing, thus de-
ly cured. voided surgeon 's knife, tnow driving that disease of all dangerous
weight mruore and leeis better than ever. o r
It'W positivelyv garil.a'e.-.l to curesomach, consequences. For sale by L. M.
river and kidney trr.ull.-. and never dis- Ware, St. ,ndrews and Baybead and
appoints. P ice )O. .t ill drug stores, all medicine dealers,

In i n..f .irT- n"r rm l-lj und i jtta- Ifes
ta I Lr;.iLU t V. l1 '2, [I ,.r ,.- t'- t- l I U i i ,.t ",,
Swiss cuoks, the "ctahi-)" *ot 40 'tti'j ttiId
palatable, but the farther you go from
the centers of civilization the worse it
gets. One eats it at first under pro-
test, then from necessity and only to
escape starvation, but finally the stom-
ach rebels, and you limit your diet' to
boiled eggs and fruit, which are usual
ly to be obtained, but the experienced
traveler always takes canned meat and
bread with him.-Sucre (Bolivia) Let-
ter to Chicago Record.

A Monster Devil Fish
Destroying its victim is a type of Consti-
pation. The power of this murderous
malady is felt on organs and nerves and
muscles and brain. There's no health
till it's overcome. But Dr. King's New
Life Pills are a safe and certain cure.
Best in the world for stomach, liver, kid-
ney "and bowels. Only 25 cents at all
drug stores..
Slow Suicide.
A source of great evil among all
workers is the widespread habit of
eating a hearty meal hurriedly when
t-he body is in a state of exhaustion.
Too often, alas, the evil is enhanced
.'y the fact that the f3od is innutri-
-ous, badly cooked and clogging in
itself. This is one species of slow sui-
'hle, en using a loug train of evils
v-hd)h a:.'e usually attributed to over-
orki Nowv. it were better to go with-
S:t fo'o tl'an to take it tnder these.
ond:.ti(tos. Your dog knows better
irn to.) e:-t wv-'n 6e is tired, and it
) xt v.ili wiatcl i him yo1e will notice
.at hie is aIways r-(ieAuctant to be en
-e(,d ]:'o p!:my qfrer eating. Left to
:mns(lr l e \vill tal:e a nap. or at least
i- ) are for a while mnd rest. Hu
-a!.1ty umiglhtit raise its standard .of
I.altit lt... .l. i : tie i .iit l i .set
I', i ; ** ..r tH I h Te ..*IR

G. H. Arpplt,.n, justice of the.peace,
Clarksburg, N. J.. says, "DeWitt's Little
Early Risers are the best pills made for
constipation. We use no others.'
Quickly cnres all liver and bowel triub--
les. R.F. Brackin & Son.

at.p r < I .. ol a. r.- 'i !i.in v- ,r r
Not a'+l li -j lit iii l .m; t p ol t, <-+ '-
"-e 'oilnton wil] tho s-Viere i>,i-.!'i-l
ion on their cat -is tio i\hit.h eljitlpMTii
1nd cu'stoml il n ,'Il1y coniiln tlh(!!l. At
3)ho law-yer who makes ;i s|pPcia ly 01
*ol0-ctions (-alls attention to this fac t
y" a novel device printed oen bis cartl-~
"ad letter heads. On a great red splot(eh
intended to represent a drop of blood
are the wNords, "Claims collected in
cold blood." the capital "C" for the,
three first letters of those words being
of sufficient size to encircle the Other
In Maryville, Mo., a lawyer presents
his portrait on his card, with the sug-
gestive motto: "He that is not with
you is against you. See me early."
spanist Are Ulnarltanie.
The Spanish are among the most.
charitable people on earth. Without a
poor tax. Spanish communities of 50.-
000 Pelf supporters feed a pauper pop-
ulation of 5.W) or more.

To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggsits refund the money if-it
fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signa-
tureon every box. 25c. I

or's Notiee.

',r tie t i ]l,.e .e ul
p. c .n .

Oiul Blunder 0
d ho rl j,- i l, L ,'n. ;,:lad, t
10-kl-n'. A| Iji,:.: -jlve, ,
W "1- '.i t Ik il lir i.itin
Sit Cres oldi sores, S
,, l il 'e li;i., corn,
B- i rjii i. re on C
I-. a '-x. *,'M guar-

- i
liP')lemri to Be Met In r
'f ]* -.*:,r tiv- street [
hiflje." sa-,i a New
S it- it 'L.., h s had c
i .- i the liu.ne ,le men- t
(irt i.n ia things
f P-,r Irtai. n-. a float
Lirl n.ar nIu' far. It I
dtaiiil rn .laih f rain.
,j ti- ti : 1i : ', _. :1 ,er any
1J ..l;.l ..n.i_ b to re-
jl1. rian.. t:...'t im por-
ust be so constructed
1al t,-i to folls In'

a youngg designer-
1i,--l" several small
, ...-ir hat charmed
.kl at them. They
iy I... --onfnl and nov-
.'I- :ill..l in as an ex-
it., ri,.u ih.?y wouldn't
di.-i-u':.1 to be viewed
ett .:.ul:. and from a
i-.] ,r (.vry particle of
- 1. 1 1 last. More-
i,.ii i ii'-.lianism was
r: ._'ed ,,t any eleva-
rttr. franily admitted
,i cil.-tr.l..iied the job.
edl ntii-*. ly too many
i t,, uit lin. When I
in-_ -.-.r a float, I cal-
o;-~ fr-.u Ithe level of
I )1-'m-.: ut to people
T1ra "i-lt .1,,,.vn from the
tl.l 1un.iiuigs. Unless
..u i. .iL-: the car is
(atidi',.."-New Orleans

id Il is inoke.
hblt- y,,ii read that a
old ni.. -till hale and
i.:,l1 :.1l 1.j life, but it
a f.e.i t.it smoking is
MI-t -li.-i.l-i be ashamed
nabl..- t .:. it the habit.
tt,-n 1.y a man who has
l:-. lbut Ly a man who
..1.31. Ia. tried several
Jd couldn't do it.
,i a boy who is pale and
irs-t smoke, remember
r and his grandfather
It will take thousands
.rim the world if we be-
. is as certain to look
is to look for a sweet-
hl,r ras guilty of both
i,;;. -Athiison Globe.

nr t e C! < I.n Iarl'-I .. -I'-e.
"W e're ,-,.: i.,IJi -al t'tit she

said -' .,!1 her father's paper
awi,.- ": i' "in tie conductor. Tick-
ets, ,,1. a-
ie" it,,,',, i t.1 from his pocket and
irl.- if, t -r. Shlie looked at it in-
tently for minute and then handed it
back ; "- t was Issued yesterday,"
she said, d Isn't good today. You'll
have to p cash or get off the train."
He n.,i 'i a lime. He knew he
had I.... : I..r-.' ." but what else
could he *-Clhicago Post.
...' e B'iS SalnrlenB
,, Speakinif big salaries, the biggest
on i'cior'-'.o p-il to George Gould.
For ten ,' : ] ,' his father gave
,i -., ." I .-.-ount went down
i, . red." That was
I i: ..- I r I' 1 yI a year.
"l!, i, ., i !-i' % ,over paid a rail
Old | r. ..- the.$75 .000 a year
n .ei \ a, 11 >l P, i:i.1 C. Van IIorn
.,, i . '..L of the Cana-
i;.,. l'rac'.-- ',*,' ~, 'k Press.

_j Ii ils V.ord.
S ,'. -'..u -.11 cracked eggs at
b : l f ; ,r i .- 1 .. ,-r t ,'
t_ l i, ';n- b '.1. \ ', ,: V' mttai."' i", ;lle nc ",i
-t er r .i 'i cli e..a i lien bnr.l' -n-
ait hO I t l' "i .l.'' i
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l,.h liar' i ,:,t' c il '.- h. l t. l,.re'.
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liriut.lr 1 - clr. r" n Ir hu.ld -

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L f'or) .'- b tullnr .irinrer riard ,'I

I] :a I 0r i Xl
OOt I era at i'FdiO..re'l '
i. tii. i l i -r J* I a .' "v .'I .'. "1 't r '1e-
-'; ". ,[ l i -,", *;: I lt:i .' ,i '.I .lj lhti ""
.0... .'t I I'dl \', hlt. l ii' ",- .'.,I II. nl..'If
essly dubbed the Dominion our Lady
f the Snows." When Arthur Stringer.
he young Canadian poet and author,
first went to Oxford. he carried with
him lette-s from Professor Goldwin
umith of Toronto to Professor York
'owell. the distinguished historian of
The old Oxford don, like one or two
tther Englishmen, had very vague
jeas about Canada nnd somewhat sur
prised the young stranger by inquiring
f he got along nicely oin English roast
button after living so long on frozen
eal meat. The young poet gravel
protested that he perhaps missed his
whale blubber a little, but the next day
cabled home. and in less thnu a week
the finest basket of autumn peaches
ever grown in Ontario, carefully pack
ed in sawdust, was on its way to Ox
ford. A short time afterward the
young author was again dining -iil'.
the regius professor at Oxford, nnd
that gentleman produced at the meal
a fruit dish loaded with tremendous
peaches. .
"Most t t'.rtrarl'm:iry," saii the old
professor, 'I ni ii -- peaches were
sent to me today, and I'm blessed if I
know who sent them. Froun the south
of France, I suspect, so I saved a few ,
of theJm for you. Stringer. They will
be such a novelty, you know."
The Canadian very quietly took a
steaimship company's bill of lading
from his pocket and handed it to the
professor. The professor gazed at the
bill, then at the fruit, then at the poet.
"I had some whale blubber, too. pro-
fessor," said that young man. "but 1I
simply had to eat that. These other
things were grown on my uncle's farm
In Kent county. Ont., you know. He
has 200 bushels of them every year,
and he sent mb over a basket of little
ones along with the whale blubber."-:
Saturday Evening Post.

The Pay of Actors Varies From $10
to as Much as $500 Per Week.
Franklin Fyles. writing of "The The-
ater and Its People" in The Ladies'
ohlme .Journal. touches interestingly
upon the earnings of actors and cor-
re(.ts the oft repeated reports of the
enormous earnings of players.' "Sala-
ries vary with circumstances," he says.
"ThMe manager may find at $25 a week
a p'.:yer whose moderate talent exact-
ly ilts a part of considerable impor-
tante. He may have to pay $150 if the
role is singular and fit candidates
scarce. If lie wants celebrity in addi-
tion to ability, he may be willing to
makp the salary $500 a week. In that
case he takes into account the public
value of the name and makes a feature
of it in his advertisements.
I"Not more than ten actors in Amer-
ica. aside from the stars, receive as
mucli as $250 a week, and not more
than five actresses are paid" this
amount. In fact, $150 a week is excep-
tional, and I$100 will engage an excel-
cn-rt lt'ei o or litOri-Yte, a tiue comedian
or a del'ieator of eccentric character.,
The wages run down to $75 for a soun-
brette, ingenue or old man. to $50 for
an old wmnan, juvenile man or juvenile
woman, and so along to utility and
chorus men and women at $12 or $18 a
week. Those are the wages of thor-
oughly competent actors in companies
of gqod grade."


,mong strangers, fading away in health and the
.gns of consumption often follow rapidlyin cases
A profuse menstruation or flooding. Try

Dr. R. M. Kittrell, Gerenton, Miss., says:--The
P. F. P. has cured two or three cases of'lveterate
iterine disease that for years had reAstel all
otherr treatment. In these cases I .od li)cal traat-
nTenst along with the constitutional. but local treat-
inent alone could not have effected suchi remark-
ible.cures. R.M. KITTtELL, M.D.
Try G. F. P. at once. It will make you
strong, vivacious, regular and cure
you of any form of female weakness.
Wrilt P lo0 0 our HE IFALTHI B 11 U In charges
i i ... ,.- n -. all about your case and
-.-v ,' I,..-i on bow to regain your
.. ,. ,i.-1 -" ~ k TI IEALTTICLUit"careot
. ersttle &A Co., Chlattaiooln, Teun.
If your druggist does not handle G. F. P. ask him
;o send for it, otherwise send us your order and St.0
mnd we will-supply you diree.
L GERSTLE & CO.. Chailarnoea, Ter-a
P&'nIjarfts orl-S^:^s.
- A.-suakte tzluer ,;liho hadi trained m
suo'-pent to followv hint around the hou'" -
i. eveI i a 1 mll hi, .* t *'ii :
S1 II t 1 It % .-v Ill I t I l ;t i II"lr -
plahce. The sn'.ike., iuniti,:( to the local
ity. suddenly seemed to forget all his
training aind. escapihg'into- the bushes.
resisted capture with bites and every
indication.of wildness. YVI,.-y caught.
it at once resumed 'Its tanme 'habits.
This teildency to'become wild. imme-
diately upon obtain ing .theIrfreedom
,and to.again bL-.:-iie tame when caught,
Is said to be a peculiarity of snakes.-
New York Tribune. :
SThe Probable Reason.
The Clergyman (proidly)-People are
loath to. leave my church. Why, after
services, It is fully 15 minutes before
the edifice is eml)tied!
Thie Sinher-I don't wonder at that.
Some people are very hard to awaken!
-Brooklyn Life.
'tlis Chicago lMoney talks, you

h:s' Hoslon A vulgar- apothegm.
t'r ,ti : t:'a. e no -. oi-, -:,-i u -, the lo-

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Cnamberla n's Cough -Remedy, and will
refund:thAi money to any ono who is,tniot
satisfied after using, two-tl.irds of their
contents. This is the host remedy in the
world for lagripoe, coughs, colds, croup

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A Mistake Was Madeiin Our Creen Coffee
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A Night of Terror.
"Awful anxiety was felt for the widow
of the brave General Burnham of Mach-
Sias, Me., when the doctors said she could
t \ ot live till morning," writes Mrs. S. H
'/ Lincolu, who attended her that fearful
'' -'^-= : fom pneumonia, but she begged for Dr.
King's New liscovety, saving it had
+-'^ "'^ more than once sayed her life, and had
S red her of consumption. After three
Small doses she slept easily all night, and
ST ir 1900 its further use completely cured ter."
This mrvelous medicine is guaranteed to
S- cure all throat, chest and lung diseases.
S, T .A N )D I E W\ S Only 50c, slild $1.00. Trial bottles free at
all drug stores.
?RICES CURRENT tranereaofate.
sugar, lb Tce a, Says the Portland Oregonian: "It is
Gratul ed ... 6 He No ...... 5 the belief of some historians that the
Coffee,A 5 r1 Gunpowder.. 40 name- 'Oregon' is Aragon in disguise,
Lt brown ..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.40-60 that it was given to this country by
',ffee, Cond milk, JR can the early Spanish voyagers and that
Green... 12@20 Unsweetn'a.10 American explorers so interpreted the
Arbucile,lb 12-15 Sweetened ..... 8 word given them by the Indians. The
singerr snaps 31>b 25 Baking powder theory Is at least plausible and indi-
S riackers,soda 10 Royal ..... .. 50 cates a strange freak of fate. The
..4ahlaceo, plug 200 Cam-phel .... :10 name in proudly brought to this
'3.isinl, reis.- Peachesd fri 0 distant coast returned to the West ln-
Valencia .. .. 8 Tomatoes.... 2 dies 300 year-s lter to destroy the
tic( ... ..... 64 Apples.... .. 10 power of -pri .n o te .sca Little
apples Pears ......... :15 thought De Fuca wl.h,,u be i-ljted.1 !ils
Evaporated .. 1l Plumsg......... 10 coast In I.-.;-2 11.ai stine day It wvoahil
DrLied P.- I- ,l- 8 Apricot ...... 10-20 build a '- ati nl, lt b. tijd.-r the name
Coal Oil prgal....15 Strawherries. .. 20 of Aragon, or Ori.'. n, wouldd be f.Ie-
atoliie ..... 0 Pineapple ...10-20 most in the battle that marked the end
1. l ida -'-yrnp... 40 Cainned Meats of lil'' ..tili, i. Vol,."
o -tey ... .. .... I i ti.l P .. ,. P. tc
heese. p:r .... 15 Chipped Beefi-.-':- HUMAN BRA IN CELLS.
Batter ...... 25-30 Lobster ....... u __
L .'rd .... 8-10 Salmontf-. ..15
Sedans ........ 4 Canned Vegetables THEY REFUSE TO WORK UNDER TOO
Oocoannt pkg. .. 10 Baked Beans. .. 10 HIGH A P., ESSURE.
fiuit Pnddiiie; .. 10 Corn .... ... .10@15
Jelly, gI -+' 10al2'.4 Peas ........... 10
SIaleJuice ... 4 l'tIe ...lli 12 Putou Too MHuch Steam and Theoe
eggs per.doz.... 15 Minute Organisms Go on StriIe.
r ItOVISIONS. Why Men Go Crazy or Eecome Ab-
Flour Pork sentminded.
An,'Swat ..2.25 D.. pr lb ...... 7 Keeping pace with scientific thought
Majestic .. 2.75 Bacon Sides.....4 .~8 ep h scientific thought
Corn Mealprbu60-70 Fresh ....... Sil0 and progress certaiinproblems which
Oat Meal pr It... 5 Br'kf'st Bacon.. I1 in the past have been shelved for want
Corn per bu .... 55-60 Ham caivassedl2 of light being thrown upon them have
Potatoes Sh 20 boulders ..... 10 been taken up again one by one to un.
Irish ....... 1 20 Beef
Early R'se seed 1.20 Corned........ 8 dergo further examination by the aid
Sweet .... 75@80 Fresh ........ Sa10 of improved science.
3alt, pr saick.... 85 Dried ......... 25 The newest- revelation -n this direc-
Table ....... 5 Milk pr qt ..... 10 tion tends to the science of the mind
Se i A wdARE. -- and includes the following problems:
Nails, oer Ib3'a#I Ax,with handle.. 75
tal-v wire do.6ati Hoes, each.... 35a50 Why does a man act queerly when
Manila rope. .9al20opper p'tit, can 45 he Is intoxicated?
4toves cook,. .$8a25 Linseed oil,gal55@60 Why is a man absentminded on oc-
Pipe, per joint 15 casions?
Prints, per yd. 5a8 Checks ...... 5a5 I Why does a man sometimes become
itheetings .... 5a9 Flannel......15a40 violently insane, often a dangerous,
Muslin ....... Small Thread per spool. 5 raving lunatic?
Jlens...... 15a45 Shoes, adies.$1a2 75 Such questions as these have puzzled-
xtrapanMIspat 2CELI MNEOUS. $our immediate fathers, who have hat'd-
Hay pr cvt..75aul.5 Oats pr hu ....... 55 ly ever' atis.fa,:toily explained them
.-u ........ 1.25 Brick pr .... 13.00 away or indeed thrown much reliable
RopeSisal 7@9 Lime pr bbl...... 75 eightt upon them. The human brain is
FRUIT and NOTS. composed of cells, and each cell is a
Oranges pr doz.. Pecatns pr lI..... 15 simple bit of nerve substance, from
Apples ........ 12 Walnuts. ....... -20
.emoi ........ 25 Almonds ........ 15 one end of which, like an octopus.
0 OYSTERS spring a number of tentacles, while
tii shell pi loinl 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15e from another part arises an arm dif-
I1 IVE iST'OCK. ferent from them and ...f en-t ln'-::!h
1orse .. $30al0 ,, .*... .- 5a'$25 The long ai;m is u l.-u.l-.l ft'r tlra.Is
,ai Mul .... $50a$100 Hogs_... $3 to $4 hitting impressions fr..,iin .,e ipr.r- ,:
,-'i ,, pr yoke $30 Sheep .......... of the biain system to lh,.it r.L It L,.-
Sng i:. TILY I
",ick ,,s, ,, 1..5i Geese each. 45 5i lug ,ni to ., I : t a-..aua', s -
1n k e . .i 5 l 1 1 'i .n1: . . Ii.P, .' t .il i. r a c 1t1,o
:, |,,I, ,.'--. ,S a lt *1 I I ,t 'I. .* ir l ., .'
M hillt i 1 o lu !'.. NI Mnllet pr l,)1 4.50 i' i *, '. \, I and t.
l int ... ...., 25 Trout ..... .... 4.510 m nia, get.- ; .. The e-utire brain
P.umpitto pr Hi. 6 Porn piano .. 10.00 is itl;ade up of tlese cells, whose IU.ii11 1
i,,-. . ... O .M ackeral .... 8.011 iber is legiou m,. I 'li,..-. full "-I, il-;[.
..IUMBERIlt i s grouped in ?\-'i .: -. these systems -
.Floorting, Ce iling.l t n common
H art, na...$14.00 Heart, ii. ..$lf4.00 ie tiurn b g nn: in ommuni
ace ... 12.00 Face 12. tie te lu cities in clusters and
f ap ... 10,00 Sap .,. 10.00 finally the clusters in (onstellations.
Dr re siding, Clapiboards, >y which (livis:ous they tye known to
Hearl.i face pm 14.00 ox(0 in. itn...$12.00 plhyiologistS.-
Sap ," 10.00 Finiaishliig tlu- So Ion ais tire mind is in a healthy
S wL 0 l ffliber.'. $1@12 iter, d. + .l 5 I.'li c, attondiltion each little cell, or biain oc-
Feart) shingles, 2.50 Latlh, ]l .. l, 2.00 topus. attendsz o its business faithful-
Rip 1.50 Boat hlunlbe, Iy aad gives no trouble, buf as man
dressed ... $20-: generally is an animal who usually re-
i,:-,'.. t Ottarrhl Cannot b1o Cure(t nautre and adopt-is instead jhe life laid
With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they down by the .modern artificial process
cainot reach the seat of tho disease. of living, instituted forsooth by civi-
Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional lization. mental disturbances frequent-
ly arise through. the brain becoming
disease, and in order to cure it you abed in various ways from over-
must take internal remedies. Hall's work and a!eohol principally.
Catarrh Cure in taken internally, and Your ocetopusiile brain cell Is a liv-
acts directly on the blood and mucous ing little thibg, aol it can endure a
surfaces. Hall's Catarrh C.ure is not a gi-'t deal of aiuse frot you, but if
quack medicine. It was prescribed by a o use froLn you, but if
one of the best physicians in thi' coun- you shotld go a .little too far -it rebels
try for ears, and is a rre uilar-prescrip- and -refuses .to work any longer by
tion. It is composed of the oet, tnis .,* al.', -i contact with its companion
kuown,'combined with the best laoo.d (:il--, v I i it can3 do hy withdrawing
purifiers, acting directly on the mu- its long al'ti and getting itself out of
cous membranes. The perfect coinbi- circuit. Buit this ri. .i.-' is conduct-
nation 6f the two ingredients is what ed by whole groups of cells acting to-
- :, produces such wonderful results in curt- get'er in full harmo'nlnv :y. '
ilag Uatarrh. Send for testimonials, Now, the object of this "strike" Is
e . NEY Go.. Props.. Toledo, si'mPly to avoid overwork, for each
0. oldy druggists, price 7c. tiny eell has stored within its minute
H asl'aiaily Pills are the bsst. space only a ("'ir-lin amott)iat of energy.
.-. lIutt if you put on the high pressure
B"'llast For Shlps. this is easily *itoLu., .j--.] lhy the pop -r a
; T'a- lv he-rl" e uah~ns.ra. r.e -rti--i i.' ainl the re- breaks down from exhaustion. Now.
iits Inla llii. t lre ,niinqr. I" ,, take the first of the problems just
m' nsait .f lr f ',n-.r tI -,Fi' -.,: rock. stated. W lhen -i |.(I-',, ,tI',s to, ntielh ,
-tnl vair' *'.'pp stt,-ar who ."lls from do ,drini. iht' ceIl u i i.:,- piih-l{ ,_,! I
t. l ,port or 1' 'v.-ork k'n --. '.r is s ti) i' l.r-al u that are r. s(..-n.?ltle .:.r tic
posed to kibow at least, the relative con.lii,-t of U .i-tl.t r t,-... i'-,.t 1".- '
S alue of c--isa'ii u.-i.l. .." r.. I""- 1 t. come aff.,c:ted ail, th > on.iu -i,:I ,-'-"
T'arious. p'lr ir L'esliite_ i' i,.'lt ,.~i;.. Wh'ih-u the d,.se is -r-yr li ge. tI '-
; lBecau dispose.o-'*ff' .,-.,' o;stoue to cell, which, although stuoet-,..d, have
conDr.ittjs ~,tle .iticrh will mo'-e than tried to keep their mas..' his 1.-g8.
r.l!,|rw bun for -tt' 1|" s.as- of load- now cease working, and ''-sleela
ag. l ia ait'l ,u ,.,:tlt.1 .'. inl it tll ghipmas- like one dead. Finally, lr ."e than
'. ter 'Is aleri the will arraitge -for such enough of alcoholic drink be taken,
."llid'il many iwaths heforei' his re- the effect-on the cells is to- paralyze
Turn from sonie out o' tie Wtay corner them, and the unfortunate man dies.
e*-'of-tbe-world. -. ... ........ There is, some relation between ex-

Every time a sailing vessel returns traordinary activity of the mind and
"fem aj foreign -poit she usually is vis- insanity. Geniuses are apf; to exhibit f
Iltid by oontracetEis or ..thery agents. symptoms of mental alienation, andg,
Who make competitive bids for. hler singular to relate, their children are
ballast cargo of stone, if she cdaries usually Inferior to those of average
S. oe. This stone Is used mostly for' men. o'
j" iac.lad a0i.izg anId living streets. Vre- For instance, not to go out of Eng-
Sqfilntly material is brought over which, land for example. Cromwell was a
-. good enough for building purposes;- hypochondraiic arid bad visions, Dean
ew Yoklf Press. e Swift inherited insanity and was him- E
Sself not a little mad, Shelley was call- a
Mniloe For Ft Ii patt. :ed by his friends "Mad Shelley,"
S. -an eccentric hermit named William Charles Lamb went crazy, Johnson
Sehneller, who lives at Franklin, Mich., was another hypochondriac, Coleridge
a said io be one of the most successful, was a morbid maniac, Milton was of a
flhetermen in his part of the country, morbid turn of mind, nearly approach-
*nd he claims to; call the fish to him ing insanity (modern ideas of hades
by singing "Old n-undredth." He goes. are largely formed on the description
S out In his boat and tales d station in -evol-ved by his diseased Imagination),
fairly deep wgter. Then he sings, at and Byron said he was visited by
"-the' stine time keeping his eyes on thel ghosts.
' water In search of fish. Gradually the This mental alienation occurring In
fish crowd about' his boat, he claims. the foregoing cases shows that cer-
and when enough are gathered togeth- tain specific groups of brain cells have
ier tih wily fisherman casts a net andl come under the baneful influence of
catches dozens at a single haul. The the guiding spirit called talent or
old gentleLan has a famwius-voice, and genius, which has used up all the en-
his neighbors are inclined to believe ergy stored in each cell and each group
bl l strange story.-Chiciago [.-coRd. of cells, to the detriment.of the whole,
S--'. - '----- ..iLklbe.result.tha.t theirceasi.gworl

In tilt, l()I)(- UMV('llll ItMI +.'14t' 8IO~g Tle4
streets lost to all observation or mental
inception and does aill manner of queer
things because he is not consciotts of
what he Is doing.-Pearson's Maga-
.Demu; "Wa'-'.r mUs-irs..
In 1870 ani ordinary shell when it,
burst broke into from )19 to 30 pieces.
Today it bursts into 240. Shrapnel
fire in 1S70 scattered oonly 37 death
dealing i .i.-i Now it scatters 340.
A bomb weighing about 70 pounds 30
years ago would have burst into 42
fr.i.'u.- t.- 'I u-.!av. wh, i\- it is is charg-
ell %%i tb p. re::il-n.., it ir'.'tLh up into
1.2, [p:' i *;. -, : h of '. l% t is hurled
Wi1h ujuai .. I1'-1IL .r" I,. iV than li.-
larger lumps wi.-h were scattered by
a I. u u '.'.il: r eL o...] ,.'.L -- .'l t. il i ej Dem -
No Caused" o Bc Di4ourngp*ld.
Mlr. You. i, '.'p--M. lititl l i. near-
ly 2 y -.:iri' oi and ri, ,l u't h:arii.d to
L1L- yet.
Mr. l.-:up..ckt;--Don't let that worry
you. My wife says she didn't begin to
talk until she was nearly 3, and now-.
-Philadelphia record. -

Over=Work Weakens
Your Kidneys.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
-" I, The kidneys are your
'. blood purifiers, they fil-
",,-^ -I'*,'. ter out the waste or
2 '\'i,-'/impurities in the blood.
'1 .(" If they are sick or out
^* iA,.;l ) of order, they fail to do
*' "-' e V \ their work.
I Pains, aches and rheu-
/ matism come from ex-
S cess of uric*acid in the
ki-y ouble blood, due to neglected
kidney trouble.
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidney-
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were'to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin-
aing ia kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
)y first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
n i. .-i,-'L:.:.i rn.y cifect of Dr. Kilmer's
S rm-ntR.ot, th. 'r.:at kidney remedy is
:....- ri a l:e.. Ii : iar, l the highest for its
iondcrful cures of the most distressing cases
S : .I r it- orit
;dl!druggist - .- .
I ai oi,- l -r :-. . -
",i I...:- 1., reLll Home of Swamp.Root.
.- r. .. 11 h.: v to find
. .: i r. trouble.
. r. n writingDr. Kilmer


Is the Place to Buy

Clothing and Gents'
furnishing Goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
At his Store may also be found Con-
stantly on Hand, a Full Line of
General Merchandise
A Tin Shoe
Run in connection with the Store, af-
fords ample opportun ty fo.t tiae
Repairing of All Kinds of Tinware
Here are manufactured tile
Sheet Iron Box Heating Stoves
Which are so deservedly popular.
A hall at B. V. Brock's Store will
convince all persons of the geunine-
ness of his goods ind lowness of his

omem ani- Be Coivilnco.

ier own soecctioun to -i .. Beautiful co
Jad I io -s. Oriiinal.
S .. srty i0-L.date designs

yV ..J. b17 a a 6 ,,- LA V, bLad r..-rzTa.we

.r li-i ,i,l. Brri 1 anad little children. That eer.
>, I- '. I r. -j I It-ue ofanw
S.r ,. *.i R ri. o n i I pr. iriaj perfect fit

aslly ,put together Only 10 and 15 Cents each-none
I'rher _oll in ,early e"-ery citv and town, or by mall.
r b. -, Absoldtely very latest up-to-datS style%
18.14 Wst 14th Street. . . New York City, N. TY

M r. a l M1. I I ... i..,. \ lh, have
made St. .\A,.,It. b leir li horne in
tiita pas', i .li I 1 11 the N ettie
lit lFiidahy ... li, II pr'bablyv take
0ip permt' elil n .'i here if' they
can find :i !...i I ..

lie [ '_ i .i ' I, I
to th-i, i t lc ti' o -. [ alI t. .! .\

E R ..c- .,i, 1' \\'h i .... I ,, 1 th .
[. M a. Ala l ..... 1 1 ) I. -.' .
fthe sc l ,,,.,:-g l l I I .a., I i
the ling n .. I -,i 1 \ ,: ', .* ..

tfollo I I hahn 811(1 ite a ll git. .i leos
ro se I'. M- i I .. .. .. .

N. Y., tle lady i hae tl ile
lover lace o \\ y ail
lie co<)uInisioner's 0 some three
years ago, arrived T otday
nig.hit via. Chipley :, '". hi,., I andtl
will make this her nii e homue.
D. D. Davis ofChl,0 eatite dovva
to St. Andiews a -.v,-,.% ago, pros-
pecting, and if he e.11t-I in making
,witablh arrangenienlhis family will
follow himi and he 11 again locate
oni St. Andlaew-'.I I, permanently,
le having (di- ....l-.tI his m ill and
cotton gin at Chliplei
Mlr. Petty o(.I Aili a arrived on
wethe Nettie last F i.li'ii, is visiting
with his friend, ,Jaf. lI,.1 and family.
W. F. Wo."1..i h..l' Farmnale is
spending a dI,) ir ^, in St. An-

"I think I i.....l.J ac,.,.:, with pain
were it not lui Ct- i oiii '.] '.ain Balm ,"
writes Mr. %'V H. 9.',..r.. Herminiie.
Ila. "I have .... iled with rheuma-
*tism for several v .,rsi! have tried rem-
edies without :iunilhrij,,u Pain Balm Is
the lest medicine Ilve got hold of,"
One ap .li. i. I.. .' ti- n.it. Fo
sale by L. M. W "rep AnA.irews and
Bayhead ,,,.t ,ll ",ir., el? ,J l.-re..

Didn't Lauph h the Rest.
Jones- What ,'.'t-'r boys all laugh
ing so heartily (t.".
Brown--Snmith off one of his

Jones- .Ty ldid ..it laugh with
the rest?
Brown iH 1 :-1 on .-Columbus (0.1
ate .lo t'it"!:)

'I'l,- Hi 7:in l Ir- [,I ,
w l I. i l. it-, .l I-I .-
ru..-J- ri. i. 1

, II t..r Ii. I ,i '. W it i
C ',t ,i-_ I -- ,,l '/ 'all
Ern: 1. ..,.ri ,

Some Cnr'iona 1Ti
I lhe V. world oV
Many Wi'l;. so.,,,.
the l.r ti..u 't f n. te
(c '1'I,-ii L. -i IO f II
f1 r .. 1 l- w I .rd F'

Sr pla'yved a iintn
L,I ll L'. ,,uu ,i r

.-.li S : .-. F .

a Prn-,lmced In

.A" -. 1 ['h '" M 'r,,4
iuA il'ini g th i
L. I i-n h n i

flI .., i I ,.**',. I i --' ", nnu h I
tl,...: l...- ...0 . i 1. :,' t- a n Ij .' ,, ,J
t....[ l.. ,.r i ).. n )., ,i ..' a l A"'I ,,I .
t ..:' s0 l: ., i il ,.,t *r r i-ii t- I'l
r i. t iii .r i tu ; j. ; 1iy .' I .. .i a .i .'
:f .l L. II,:. i 11 is to Iui':hi up ', '
n ,I L- I. l. i ,.,; ;- -o l'
I :.- !I L J''' l of i
['r'. al; : I .i '-I_ hl -a> I
'f t I' l h .al'i la s li r ..'hti- Ui i i.,. '
fireI- d'.V . sr i. t t1. ith.:1t a pr .-.' .I1

ti,. i l>l th .r 1 .~ h I ]-1. tur i -'I.

la." !i- k Il '.. -..i (f Itdl. 'i, -. ,,f
tnd ..--t[I ..,. y ,iI"' tl'-'e bird-."
I'ci l. it > o ; t,: r f qii, le ,i'"- -*: -l' ,.,
by th.' I..iv l Iit rt' 3 t rl t.. Ih i:, -il,.-
a w hi c-r I' .1a lar.- .,.rIls it.a- curi.
Oc I? fi l "f;.-r','.ti'"rr "I *i ,cl' il< ',,tlru '., l

tl.- ,id, l.i a C- r r;I.t i ti.h t..i i
sli:-linl o? r_.a'.l itf e /,., y L-e-,.tl.:.
0[a ,. ..... ,U,,, I IIt- t .* a Irr, ,:,f. 'b:' ..

an i f.n tl l y s? a I-IIi maret
,ri ..,r' y ow wvan atclA :i t,_ I',r
ra ...J a 1. .... r,'Il..ro I hls t.une .dl.w
W b-l l a i l,,',. .ly I..lgP.1 lv ry :,'- t,'
tl--l, I_ i'I ntt s ur ditt- l t ., se c. oiper'li
ot'."--Uur [,,iun, l i uals.

I .\NT',F.'[--E'rF.\L FIi;iHT ANr,
H O N"1 'F t-..,,, 1t,.I. lf.. l lent "
M -.t.-'-r- II hi.' ,I ,r, ,:l ,.i In 0lIll I "
SII I. .e'li{11 nI rsi" t r .i c"!;, nee t. 'l. l' ht, -
1:vh ,i t .h le I, i, "rI, l, e 1, -1 ,; il ,>i '* ".,,'* v

d ,n, t,. al t I ,,.,l|,I IK c .,. ,,. l.. l [ .: *.r, I. l -
a ,J. r -. ... ,1 *-.- '1 '.i,'>:l... ; .. l a -r '.'-
Mir i .' I , .- 1 ",1 ..

Think of Such a Monster!
We can all have there if we plant Gir-
ardeau's Extra ,anney Selected
"Triumph" Seed!
From no other Seed will such melons
grow. TI....,n. .I- f Melons grown from
these Se 1.:d i I "*.';-b,, 1"0 to 135
pounds ..14"'4. dan-
-other 1-41.D ',% .iu ndi

$210.00 In Cash Prizes
Fo' the 9 i;--zt '"Triumph" Watermel-
ons grown ltui from Girardeaiu's Seed.
Giant Beggar W eed a Specialty.
Std "Send flor (a' i..L.. giving full
information to
IMio is.-vllC, FIa.

has brought about' various types of 'Personal.
Insanity as depicted or, to phrase it j H.Peacjok of Persacola, who
more softly. Induced disturbance of -
the mental equilibrium with Capt. L. E. D lord has been
The remaining .problem Is absent- iijoming a month's yachting cruise,
mindedness. This is produced by a have returned.
temporary disjunetion of certain
groups of cells. A man becomes so A party of bI4 Ooissting of J
absorbed in his study of some partic- Lewis and fanaily 'au E. bigger and
ular subject and lends his whole yc .
mind to thought that the hard think- wife took ti-.-aeel^ l ie yacht Buck-
ing disorganizes the groups of cells eye for l'... ..,' last Thursday
employed in the Ip ocess of retlection. n ,i, ig |'(r 1 i-,,' 6 I.ut uu in t-.
thei- tenilticles leing turned all one t
wilay. to the detrnimett of mental ae- the severe U.l.I. -.i .1 nu, iiu rV,,l
fion :tf r.I.i and so the man with winds wIere e. ''1 .1 t., I''ltaini agaiii
thie tlenta-les of .his Ir-ain cells tE rned O t owu Su iil.. i. 1

quiet and rest begin: the
t.'-. .-. in the throat
ceases; the sp.i'n weak-
ens; the cough disap-
pears. Do not wait for a
pneumonia and con-
t sumption but cut short
your cold without delay.
Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pec-
toral Plaster should be
overthe lungs of every per-
4 son troubled with a cough.
SWrite to the Doctor.
SUnusual opportunities and long ex-
it pltrinmo P miin n, iv qnlify n f~r

S'I "' I '
C A.J r' ):. L::. r % 'r 'P

Erroneous A'rtve.' isns Co m:rnn i?
tion Fri"? t L2'a.:n Q'ech !.
"The class iu L,'it!u w;:l now i'-ite,"
said the Lati ,i;l. r ;at o:(c of "the
city high schools the oilo.r d:tU .
The mineublers of t'he (' s ,i1 L':It!l
consisting of 50 or moi'1ore bht lio";;..
girls, with. th4ee or four boys. ca;!ir
forward and took their p':t'\.. Al1
moved !t']i!; si'Mcot1,; uTn;il the (dre
lination of t! u)lni ",h(;iu!n" vwas Ir
ordcr, anid thee w.':s toi:'i:le. It v';:
the ablative that en::-:' d th : r:;:-.
For the benefit of th! o it :) ::
with the ni ,i 1r;.cs of .i;in i; I V I
Mentioned ri i ;:L':,\,
is "doneo." iu'id the pr' ;;:'..' :; i. l.
same as if one ) i I "i
know." silln'i'i!u i.)'e t o \, ;; Z!'.. iS .i1,
f;'et(i itntly io. i ) .
'Mi ,Jon".'s, ti l t,--"!W-c
the head of tl'he :., "v,! l .l the
ablative of 'dnumn' "
Miss Jones gavo her \v''Si; n ai
was told to sit down. The question in
turn went down the en; ire lin.oth of
the class, all failing, iu until it rei'tchti
the Inslast, a boy whoi h;l a re)'it;atiO)n
for baseball and football, but uc-e for
"Well, Percy. the ablative of 'do-
num?' asked thle teacher.
Percy scratched his head and despair-
Ingly looked at his grinning class-
"Don' know," he finally blurted out.
"Right." said the teacher; "go up
And then the class broke out into a
laugh that cost each member ten
marks, but none poached on Percy,
and the teacher to this (lay cannot un-
derstand what there is so comical in
the ablative of "donum."--Chicago In-
ter Ocean.
'Ie fi tri-'e i tie (commonest of all
trees, being fund in every part of the

Dyspepsia -Cre.

Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or-
gans. It is the latest discovered digest-
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in-
stantly relieves and permanently cures
r'y-rp-'ia, Tni ,Itst ion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour t.muniach, I'ausea,
S,'ek Headache,Ga.( tialgjia.Cramps,and
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Prepared by E. C. DeWitt & Co., Cblcago.
,nd sold by R. F. Brackin & Son. it, An-
drews.F a,

Geo. S. Hacker & Son,

1 i


Sash, MUoors, B s,


Building' Material.
,, udow and Fancy Glass a

a* p. 0

your throat imore raw
| and irritable. Every 7
couh con esCs the lining
mcimuir2,c of cour" lungs.
Cca s0,tearing, yoir throat
an] lungs ii tlh s way.
Putt the par:s at rest and
givc them ch:0cec to
heal. You will need some
help to do this, ard you
will find it in

Frorn te irst ddose the

W. H.

East ay Cash S toor,


- FL'A

Our Stock is Complete, Our Prices the Loweit
r tlhe 'l'radinT g l'ir lic is as-nrei that .ve wiill hle o l I .I .
The Highest tlairket Price Paid fcr Cnuntry Produce !




"Star" tin tags (showing small stars printed on under eide
of tag), "Horse Shoe," "J. T.," "Good Luck," CrossBow," *
and "Drummond" Natural Leaf Tin Tags are of equal value in
securing presents mentioned below, and may be assorted.
Every man, woman and child can find something on the list
that they would like to have, and can have

* 1 Match .Bo......................... 23 Clock, 8-dr. Caalodar. Thermom- t
2 Knife, one blade, good steel......... 25 eter, Bar -'- .er .. B)
SScissors, 43 Inches................. 25 24 Gun case. I,.a,',. DoC tptt,rr itm-ie. me
* 4 Child's Set, Knife, Fork and Rpoon 25 25 Revolver. mut. ati', douurl a-,tla, .
5 Salt and Pepper Set, one each, quad- .2 orii8cil L-r ............... 60
rule plate on white metal......... 60 26 Tool Set, .I t Lb Ltiukr;;, butej .
S 6 French Briar Wood Pipe............. 25 tools........... .......-.....-- -
7 Razor, hollow ground, fine English 27 Toilet Set, deco,'ated porcelain,
steel-............................ ...... 50 very handsome. ...... ..... ...... 0
8 Butter Knife, triple plate, best :;2- -- R..ifle N... 4, -'.-.r 2al. '
quality ...... .............-............ co 29 a *ling Si :-1r.fu ,i-wei .i ,i ,b
9 Sugar Shell, tiaple pla'e, bess qual.. 6i0 s3 Dress Sui, Case, : itc, tijs. me
10 Stamp Box, sterling silver-.......... aid i i : ...... It00
11 Knife, "Keen Kutte.-," twu iblades.. 75 31 8"wi, -lu.ir.er. nra! r.: wdih
12 Butcher Knife, "Keen Kutter," 8-in 1ala .-e-r.'v- ....... W
blade-........................-......... 75 32 ovo .- .l. I'6.1....'ait ,-, blU ed
* 13 hear, "Keen Kutter," 8-incn...... ib steel .. .. .. .......-......t.. 00 0
14 Nut Set, Cracker and 6 Picks, silver ltifle, ._ .hl l- -r,.--., '2-,:l'h,-r: ...160
plated............................... 8084 Guitar (Washburn), rosewood, in-
15 Base Ball, "Association," best qual.r ................................. -2000
16 Alarm Clock, nickel................. 15035 Mandolin, very handsome ..... 2000
S17 SixGemine Rogers' Teaspoons, best 3a .V,., .. .,,, 5-.t nr .
.. ... rr o ,g ...
18 ".. .. ... iid aud- sot. : a . ............ '
r19 C, ," i r -i, buckhorn 37 ------ -r-, .--"- hr .?lr, e&a- "
handles ...t............ .............. 200 er GSot aun, 10 or 1 gauge ......-2000
20 Six Genuine Rogers' Table Spoons, 58 Bicycle, standard make, ladies or -r
best plated goods .................... 250 getts-............................... .2500
21 each, Knives and Forks, buck-
S hornhandles-.................... 251 0 9 Shi. Curn R im u:c'..n. .:-tbl e-
22 Six each, Genuine Rogers' Knives I, LmeL LL i...*.... ....... ...... A
and Forks, best plated goods .......00 40 .Leina M.s- .- B.:.s. l ta inl r Disa,.t.
0 Special Notice! stars printed on under sado of tag), are not good :for presents,
butwill be paid for Ti n CASH onthathestar tin tags w y ceno per
hundred, if received by us on or before March lat, 1900.
* W~BEAR IN MIND that a dime's worth of
will last longer and afford more pleasure than a ditae's w'rLb of a
other brand. MAKE THE T- rE: -r i

**-**** ** * *-

Turn not to the east when the day is d&'ining
And the glory of sunset is here;
Too sad is the light the far hilltops defining
In outlines too pensively clear.'
Though fair was the morning its gladness is past,
And the day's brightest beams are reserved for
the last.
The morn is for growth, and the noontide is
In all that is bravest and best,
But the hands become weary as shai'ows grow
And we look to the evening for rest.
And why should we sigh for the morning's delight
When ripe for the quiet and peace of the night?
Turn not to the east when the day is declining,
Nor muse on the past with a tear,
When bright o'er the hillteps the red light Is
And the glory of sunset is here.
Enjoy, then, the moment, tile brightest and best,
When morning is dawning away in the west.
-iary Hl .Wheeler in Boston Transcript.

Alleged Cause of the Break Between
the Twvo (reat Men.
An old lawyer, speaking of dramatic
incidents in court, said: "Jere Clemens.
a once famous Unlite1 t'nT.s senttor
from Alabama, told of a trial In which
Burr appeared for the defense of a
man charged with murder. My recol-
lection. is that the trial was in the.
southwest. .
"When Burr addressed the jury, it
was night. The guilty man was in the
room. He had been the principal wit-
ness for the prosecution, but Burr had
learned that this witness was the as-
sassin, and in closing his address for.
his client he picked up two lighted
candles from the table, and. holding
them in the face of the witness refer-
red to, he exclaimed: 'Gentlemen of
the jury, there is nature's verdict. Now
write yours.' At that moment the wit-
ness fled from the room. After Clem.
ens told thit story lie wrote a his-
torical novel called 'The. Rivals: or. 'lThe
Times of Hamilton and Burr.' In that
book he wove the incident Into one of
the chapters. The.book is out of print
and has been for many years. But it
had a great sale. particularly In the
south, before the civil war. for Clem-
ens was a typical southern orator and
a man of wonderful personal mag-
netism. The object of the novel was
to make Burr a hero and to besmirch
Hamilton's character.
"In one chapter where Burr was iflgh
In the esteem of Washington the latter
Is represented as reading a letter from
Hamilton In which-Hamilton detailed
some scandalous gossip about Burr.
Burr was standing behind Washington
during the reading of the letter. Wash-
ington, Inccnsed at the contents~,f thq

l(t1':'. t-;ru; t; q;:' ; Sly andi saw l.irr. to
whom lIP snid.-^H w-etro yot-read my
letter over my, -l, ,l.l- **?' IBtrr. ns
C'le i'n ivi 'rep-a's' r :- -t to the.-qutetl:
drew hiinself i:, tilif replied with ali
the Ihartenieof li-' na'rt'rr. 'When your
majesty n'adi''-ss tsrfci an inquiry to
me in the manner you havo. the only1
reply dt'oeetnv (-aln ctmomt Ist. Aarod
Burr dan res It .. ', *-' t ls. Clem-f
ens ave( v....-n -twIta.-, ,i -the break
between Washingtoin and Burr."-NeW
York Sun.
Brolkeai Co-iqnnandmentm
.The brillir.'t whed
he mak ies lis i,,';.- '.,:1iln is a, deav-
ors to cultivate aD accquaintance with
the development of the younger minds;
thus after r fashion keeping tab. upon
his Sun-ijay salt'(ol :,:i..'- r.
The other afternoon, while be was
waiting in the i drawing roomA of a beau.
tiful Cas'. avenue residence for the de-
liycd !a:!:;caratli. I' .'. ilti.ltnut a.
he wv. s onterin 1'i : -,, ', I"''e ii',-3;l
ter l. ,-n ', r I' i l I h l-a ..
th e )" . t. I I -"
sons I1 i..ti I -*)-' _'' ": l'J t li' tle
lii; d of ..
"C;II you l ll i'. Elsip, Jow many
CO jiUi .ti:,luletihr- t i .-, ,i l ('". "

"Oh, no. t +"t 'i
"Yes. 1 know thv-re. sed to be, but t
heard pnpa tell minnmm yesterday that
you hald bro en "two or three of them
at least, and that would leave only
,seven or eight, you know."-Detrolt
Free Press.
The Sex of Ships.
The woid "ship" is masculine 10
French, Italian, Spanish and Portu-
guese and possesses no sex In Teutonil
and Scandinavian. Perhaps It would
not be an error to trace the custom of
feminizing ships back to the Greeksi
who called them by feminine names.
probably out of deference to Athene,
goddess of the sea. But the English
speaking sailor assigns no such rea-
sons. The ship to him is always a lady
even though she be a man-o'-war. She
possesses a waist, collars, stays. laces,
bonnets, ties, ribbons, chains, watched
and dozens of other distinctly femlnind
attributes.-Collier's Weekly.
- +N'otieci- 4
Is lhe'eliy giveI to Vil rfiu .. -' lil'II1h2T
ahi- ins agaitlt the ,r...,i.'ff t; E. BS aritl, lidle o' ftsliihgil,,n touliti', th ietisel,
to oreFiti liti, I it > th Hi .(fi .irsighed, d-
nipiiislral i. willii ; .- : t. t. Lerpof
or the a.tnie % "iil (ii- -, 1.i I ... -ikatu(f
ofi Ilmitattionis. I.-i. il C~ n t I.-K,
Dalcd Dec. 2.5, 1t99. Adniiniilitat ,

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,500n senate in- fauiil rite- y with his teeth
5,000 Our Grand 5,000 ..... r his teet
5,000 Our Grand That *--i>...-l til i ff-,.t of my en-
Ornithological Contest. trance It l'r..,id exclama.d
tion r, I ., if l 1-' n I s.nlated into
Something entirely new and interest- cae from
ng. Read what you are to do. You c am I ,; '"'-ly t. lie frolady
nay get 200 cash. Our contest is to see e. .. i e lady
who can make the largest list of names vhoba -I. ',.i asIe laugh
or kinds) o: birds from the following ?r ccur -.. I *1 w. ,vinely
letters; W D OOOCCKQULIA min'l, .I ,.' .1 t face,
PRTAR I D GESPNIELVB with m ,. 1-. lurlir,, in the
BRDIMWADOHTL 3yes; a .'i a:. tl!.i.'. an air
We will recognize as a bird anything if coin-: 1. i i. it, -i... vable
belonging to the feathered tribe, whe- to an ;n- ni-.. ',,n-- mere
therib bea Hen, Crow, Singer or any mrean ti I.. i i .. -il: nil,, color
theirr kind. Youcan use anyletteras Sheo .'. I.. l I'ti,'L:La e, e bau-
nany times to make a name as it ap-
pears in the list of letters above; for in- teur to It. ..I- r hr feet 4
stance Woodcock, Plover, Snow Bird, inches, r.. ,ii'- I.. .1 ,n two
&c. To any person who can make a list inches i: .,. . a -g 1nce at
of 25 or more different names of birds, her sho. 1 i r or butt...ning a
we will give absolutely FREE a beauti- long glov--- -U -
ful Prize value 200 or less. "Mons : -.z. I t,. Ionst apologize. It
Big PrizesAwarded Daily. was ill of Fi... pardonable that,
Big Prizes in the he. ,:,t' I surprise, a man
When you have made out your listfill should sai-e.h. i'. what yon said."
out the line on the bottom of this adv. "Yet t .. i it ,.rief," I protested.
and send to us with a Stamped Ad- 1, b. buttoning her
dressed envelope, then if you are "I, . uttoningher
awarded a prize you can if you desire glove, with hr ,- ti. 1 on me under
get the prize by becoming a subscriber the curtain tI 1 r long lashes, "I
to the Woman's World at the rate of Id thought you v ,.,"m ,oe else."
a week. We shall award a prize to ev- I hate to L.: I. l tl:.r anybody else
cry person who sends the name of 25 but myself. I li to keep the flatter-
Birds, and our gifts will be as follows: ing hope that am unique. I was
Forthe best list received each il.,, a ,,.-
Gold Watch; for the second be.t -iu- ,.,,.-." i -rd. "I am sorry
tion each day, beautiful Inport- ,i .: t ...
Set; for the seven next best solu01 ,,,, n.
each day, a ki.. rr.h. lkh Dam. .t '. awhile,
Ruby ing; for the next best s,,,I.t .'r t . .. f,.rt.i.l.l. At
a Gold Piece: and for all other .:.rr,'.',.t -i,.h. r.,., I l, l:.' L .ui-giv-
solutions, Prizes of Good Value Thl.:'-.. inr tlt ,' ," r i'-;gIe 1. Th-n she
prizes will be forwarded daily,. :''i i1 -.ail_,i T !lUih L.-i-..n I her eyes,
not have to wait a long time in n .-' [,,j t..i li Bod sn.alrly .:.ik ref-
tainty. before you know the r-iiit. : i7, l-r tln I m.ik.Id. to-from
There is no element of lottery in ...u I',,,t, .,-i I rtl to thow
plan, it makes no difference b litlh..r r it. I li,? Lr r., ill ill f,,r her
we get your solution. late or earl,' in I i,,
day. Allyouneed is to post thi_ ;l'- .i .:.
to us, and on the day it reached u. if "D.:- 1_i-r _.-n-rslly inter an
your list is the best, you shall lave inn to ti -n 1l"1n littled.. C" I be- -
thlt Gold Watch or if see.mn.i i,:-i cih- a ,I% :t 1 ILad not uminoned
the beautiful Tea Set, and so on. V,-' II i,,ll,.., I wa also naur- that I
guarantee that we will awa:l :'d y. ,i did ,r".. .t, SmiLmn. ti.he Lidlcrd.
prize. There is absolutely no o1,i:_.p rI u- i i l*...I 11 11n lan ,,," I sai, The
nity for deception on our port-.-- 'in- fa.'t ,. o.ll eleqaeat to me; it ap-
not afford it. We want to get I ,.i "r- t*r.
well satisfied subscribers, and for tha .. .t t e e. We had
reason we don't want you to -noi a:;. "t .,' -,i ,- e
money until you know exactly .iI qn mad,.: rel
prize you have gained by answeri. ih' I 'I wI .' .
puzzles. As soon after 4 p. m. -.a.:'. I l 1 '* t d aidt.hjt it was a man."
as possible, the examiners will j.",i-1 **it v:;, i,.':esary Y.-,u w re good
thelists to the best of their abili. .oi O en i-0l ..Lt j think me devoid of com-
will designate the prizes. W .e itl. ,,-, : . ;
write you at once notifying y.i w,-i ..i. bapd in asn*r."
prize has been awarded you, th.-n irf %",iu A ,. a t n,-m.r..l man."
are fully satisfied you can se4:ni '. i n t 1 r' it t,..e .'ur.1o n
subscription to The Woman's \'...,rl. ..I, .a w ,ip=t.n vr y much'
and your prize will go by return uf p-,st vry much
carefully packed. To a person of nar- strai..i 1
row ideas it seems impossible that we "1l .rI .u miseraL.le, but as it is I
should be able to make such a gigantic laugh "
offer, but we have tie money, brains "Anrt '. you laugh the world
and reputation, we know exactly what stops .,t v.:,.window."
we are doing, and if we can legitimate- "IMNL-.]-, is pleased to regard him-
ly gain a million subscribers by this self ir a v. flatterin light I"
grand idea, we know that this million "And I, 'the ronly tangible object
of well-pleased subscribers can be in- of the w.:ti'euered."
duced to recommend The Woman'* of i" i.
World to all friends thereby building Ah!" '
up oar circulation still further. We are She pla3 short solo upon the stone
willing to spend 5,000 in this contest fl.:.or with I tap of her shoe-it was
in building up a big subscription list, (tis-.'-l... ,r t.row-itwas as marble
and when this money is spent we re- for white] Sand as soft as rose leaves
serve the right to publish a notiiluation -wrinjt:l' n thought, her lips-I
that the contest has been discontinued. hardly knrjhbtlier to bless the gods
Don't delay until it is too late. Th f..r, pi zmig me a sight, or curse
contest will co 'tinue until March. t o for :1 It t miptaniun-puckered.
We give a B mnus Prize of $-0 inde w tl p ri.
pendent of all o he-s to the person w po ng.
sends in the lis, gotten up in the bes 'it' i. .,L. Laid at length, "an un'
and handsomest manner. Our Co('- Ct r Ii i. e.
rmittee will decide and award prizes "It is an'.rc"J-i.iusi introduc-
Daily, but the special 50 prize will be tion," I corr d. "The entrance was
awarded in March. Any bird's name not unceremous"-
found in dictionaries accepted. "Unless tFido." She laughed a
WHO WE AIE. little, and 7 ,an to find her laugh
The Woman s World -is a tbo-oughly rather irrit!lg-at times. "But the
reliable concern, we are known to do worst of it iaere has been no intro-
exactly as we advertise. As to our ze- auction."
liability we refer to any Advertising "Does tbhmatter?" I asked. For
Agent or business man in London.
my part I willing to forego such

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Address- The Woman's World, 9, HigLr
Street, London, W., Eng hnd.

The sun sines out in a dawn dappled sky,
And a fleeting moon croons a pale reply.
While the star crowded chorus
Beneath, round and o'er us
Comes muffled, uncertain,
Through the day's drawn curtain,
.nd the waking world lifts a workaday cry
to nate with the martialing music on high.
Right good for the soul it is, drifting through
But it's braver to plow where the fat earth
The office is better
Than the lotus fetter,
Aitd sweeter than the bottle
Is the wIde engine throttle;
So, clerk, to your work, and, maiden, to your
Tradesman, to your trade, and, agent, to your
There's time for you to loaf when the sun's gone
out; it's work hours while he beams.
-Rupert Hughes in Criterion.

To Wlat Base Uses.

By Walter E. Crogan.

W1... ,v ,,,e Beyond Dieppeis a faircountry skirt.-
ng a blue sea, and the poppies grow
-d a nd tall in the rustling wheat. The
THE COLUMBI1A GARDEN PLOWN :dges are starred with blossoms and
powdered d with dust, for the highways

Thi :is the latest andi most complete :re the roads of many.
Hand !low for working plants in the garden. It falf way down the steep hill is a lit-
i s olt-_hdjitstable; the weight the block to tle hostel, a roadside inn. It has a face
rwhih the blade is attached keeps it in the Af flowers and is pleasant; it smiles
ground, and the handepth of plowing is regulated with the welcome of a courteous native
years can handle it with prfeot on. girlt has en to Ihe casual stranger; it invites in-

y ear nhando. w
.-ti' \ l.I,.-I d,-' a m '] ::i. ,t -w,.i-,,,r" weeding refreshment with the glamour of roses
A V \ b ewi'thea,.h4al'n. 5a rake. Wrench and a rustic porch.
\ h..o mae arra ents by The day was hot, and I hesitated at
SL'. h a e a ,n f]a'il 'meunts blo at heporch. The room inside looked cool;
the fanory iprl eo wat it had a stone floor and a latticed win-
2, ?2 '- .a dw.ow, which was thrust open. Then I
J ''\ "g +,'"+-^ /- saw the flutter of a pink gown and a
Silvery laugh came to me. I had a mar-
SN ried sister waiting for me at Pourville,
.f g, + \ and I was already late, but then, I
argued, I always had a married sister,
S.-- and she was generally waiting for me
-W-4, 1 somewhere, for I am invariably late,
*S."~ .__ '. \ ', and a pink gown, in conjunction with
.- : '- ,o silvery a laugh, was alluring. I went
... in. The sunlight outside was very
---- - .- -. .: bright, the half light in the room was
........ =-- ...=-.'--- "h-:r--z'.--=--'-' lim, and I stepped' upon. a dog-a pug
tight to St. An-drews 'Bay about 75 cents, making the plow, delivered 'r r fto...O ri ,iv.r,,__wb h re
$4.i50. But the BuOY proposes to do better than this and will send the Buoy
one. y ear and fu-nish one of these plows complete at the factory for $4.50 The modern and most effective cure for
purchaser to pay freight. constipation and all liver Iroubles-the
The plow may be seen in operation at the BUOY Farm at any' time. famous little pills known as De Witt's Lit-
Drder from the BUOY, direct H tle Early Risers. R. F. Brackia & Son.

tli v alties.
"I do not-ow your name."
"Nor I y. s, so that is a bond of
sympathy. jt us," I went on in a
glow of insation, "imagine that we
have been induced at a dance. One
never knowoie names in such cases."
"HC, w:e i:'iilv to blame."
"Cir tai Di It a man willingly walks
out of Par e, he must be either a
fool or"-
"He will ne back."
"In that Ie"- I began, rising and
taking up nhbat from the chair.
"Really,'be answered, "a man
who wiliin walks out of"-
"But I ('t," I objected. "I go
with the gr est reluctance."
'"It is v hot in the sun, mon-
"Mdlamu I greatly fear sunstroke.
It is a dier- which has had remarka-
ble fatality Ir my family."
I Tr.pl.,riiiB.T hat npon the chair on
which J h1 [rr,:viunsiy seated myself,
arni ant?. .1f n[ nu th bhabir on
which I ha 'lit-h.n'ly p'lafcl my ibat.
That chair '5 n-earer to madlawu by
ov,-r a f.,onf
'".-.nii. ii prn,':-nt." ebe said and
snail,, b, iid,] have been perfectly
happr if l I,':.:. did nr it s.oftteu wan-
der thr..ni window fine and seek
the in i'"t,i'ls.
"N ., Ir," I ninrinred, looking
at 1,. -r ar,. "*irnpr.dent."
'-Thit iLtrdly in the nature of a
a..nRP went ,n I)..AIdly, "in
thb j.. y .: oAent. a raminute, an hour,
I p .ril r.a ,:e."
She, i bpr iur,,'pon the floor
and awai into tihei.iamhine. My
eyes f,,llo " "e dir:.et'.in of hers, and
I th,:,ughbI5aS.a hait. The hat was se-
vere-nay, righ1 it was a masculine
"Is thbe-tr so great '" she aaked.
She sfpke i tly that I pusheA' my
cL-iir a htlU arer to her and leaned
f..rwo ,t. .
"The iaiw i entirely in your
'a in.l1 mau L I said.
"'Ther-e m ', n,, p l,n ehe pout-
ed, "'fr wn,'ow what tree of love
aII r [ring .11 ( this mere grain of
bariy ,a .% n i te ai"
bL laii,. iL be sideways.
w"H.ive j o oticed the roses at the
wi u1.m ,w el
S-N...'" n 'er,'d. "They are there,
no '-i..ii ,,l srs Y .,ftrn at windows
-LIt I hpe etes f.'r S.u only."
'Thr:re i ,u'-.alhmst a bud. I covet
it. I iijQft i",Va it. "
ih rs Pl'ed swiftly to the
w_ i .w A in I th...n-.ht I s..w the
hial hbr a p bei rii7 li,.r un_'l.:,ved
*\ N ti 'FERPAL lGKl'HTi AND
HI'I NE.-T p.rT lir.S t," r'p!(.r u tl usas
1a ai. :.-r it i.,is a.nd l.., l. Iy co nties.
il ,r, 'a~li, ),ear.and e\?iU.aes'. Straight,
i...L.a-ti nl., n .ore I.) irs a ll rr. Posi-
1 -., t". rnaii,.nl. lir r r: fe' .nes. any
],il in a i.,wn It i m niji. l fice
..rk iii ,"t,. a i, b.:', i .L. R, .: .- r3: h . En-h
cTU -F ,l'.l h ).,,idi>' 'i e'aI, -- p r. 3 nhi glop3
THB P*.'.diai ie.,,-,ir.< Dept. 3, Chicago-.

mischief. When the overdue 9:20 pull-
ed into the shelter of the big snow-
sheds on the wind swept summit, the
first thing I asked was, 'Where's the
dead engine?'
'Behind the doghouse!' shouted the
'con.' But as I held my lamp above
my head I failed to see it. I was just
about to call his attention to it when.
during a lull in the storm, we plainly
heard the familiar rattle of the rails
as the runaway engine flew at light-
ning speed down the mountain. No.
1,129 had broken loose and was tear-
ing down the grade to destruction.
"I juibped and pulled the lever which
opened the spur switches. This I
knew would prevent a smashup, as the
engine vould run up on the switchback
and come to a stop. But I was too
late. Almost at the same Instant I
threw the lever a terrific explosion was
heard from far down the mountain
The runaway had exploded."
"I thought you said a moment ago.
Mr. Ahquist," interrupted The Sclmi
tar man, "that the locomotive was a
'dend one?' If she had no fire under
her boiler,. how could she explode?"
"That was the only thing. 1,cquldn't

hand-a dainty, slenDder. white hand; a
band that any man might not tire of
kissing easily. She caught the bud
broke its stem and gave a faint cry.
"You have hurt yourself," I said.
"A thorn," she answered hurriedly;
"it has pricked me-it Is still in, I
I took her hand in mine. I have had
some experience of thorns in connec-
tion with little hands, and Idid not look
for any deep wound, yet I must confess
to some considerable surprise when I
found none at all, and even after min-
ute search no visible impression upon
the satin of her skin.
"Madame," I said falteringly, "I
can see nothing."
"Stupid," she cried pettishly. yet
not loudly. "Look again-I tell you I
have hurt my hand badly. You cannot
see well. Hold it to the light."
I held it te the light. I looked at it
very carefully-the hand was really
worth looking at-I bent lower over it,
lower still. Then suddenly I glanced
upward. She was smiling. I saw a
challenge in her eyes. I kissed her hand.
"Clotilde," said a voice over my
bead. It was a strange voice, and it
seemed out in the garden, a little above
me I looked up and recognized the
rigid, severe hat. Under the hat was a
man. He looked bad tempered when he
regarded me; he looked penitent when
he gazed upon madame.
"Henri," she cried, "I have a thorn
in my finger. This gentleman is clumsy
-he cannot discover it."
She glanced at me scornfully and
stretched out her perfectly healthy
hand to the owner of the rigid hat. who
took it. Then, in that hand, innocent
of a scratch or mark, he found a thorn,
plucked it cut and kissed the place
where it had been. I think, though,
the wound was, after all, not in her
hand, and if I did not find it I was not
useless in the healing.
Then suddenly I remembered that I
had not summoned the landlord and
rectified my forgetfulness in a violent
manner. When mine host entered, he
was in time to see the rigid hat bend-
ing under a parasol somewhere down
the road.
"Ab, they have made it up again I"
he cried, with evident satisfaction. "I
am glad of that, for the wedding is to
be in the early part of next week, and
I am to supply the wine for the cere-
Every one seemed satisfied but my-
self. I continued my walk to Pourville,
having remembered my sister who was
waiting.-BJack and White.



There Was Neither Fire In Her Fur-
un:ce Nor Water In Her Boiler. an,
Yet Sh Miannoged to Blow Up In the
Most Approved Style.
Mr. Henry- Alquist, a prominent rail-
road niau, reiates the story of a curi-
ous wreck, the facts in which he will
vouch ifor.
'It is such a remarkable thing." said
Mr. Al'tquist to a reporter, *"that I fear
unliy will be inclined to braud it as
*pip).' I have been railroading no\,
'oir ovtr 2t) years. and nevtr i nall imn.
var'ied xplericnce have I seen such a
unique and colipleite wreck as the" one
I speak of-nith of engine 1.129 of the
'io (Grande Western. Railroad nmen
will tell yon that locomotives seldom
explode nowadays. but 1.129 did andi
in a ver'y pl'cliar way.
"At the time this wreck occurred I
was holding down the job of train ais
patelhcr at Soldier Sunmuit, Utah. anm
a tough ola job it was. Never beel.
there, I suppose? W tC!, Soldier Snti:
nit is a station on the top of onel oi
the V.'asatch divides, a bleak and louc
ly place, where tie Rio grande West
ern has a round tihouse antl coal chunl.
located. At Vihe summit are Ion
snowsheds covering the tracks. TLes
sheds peotect the line from the win
twr. And it is only due to this metnlo<
that a train ever gets over the moun
"Cn both sides of the mounlaln th"
line winds down in a succcs.ion u0:
winding curves to lessen tihe gradi
Running oft froi the railway ar
switches, which, diverging from thi-
grade, run up into the bills and grad
ally come to a dead level. Thlasa
switchbacks, as they are called, are sa
constructed that they can be throws
from any point on the grade." And i,
a train breaks in two whiile ascendlin.
the steep grade the runaway cars ca'
be switched on to one of these spurs
where the breakaway finally stops afl
er it has run up the spur as far as thL
momentum attained in its descent wit.
take it.
"All heavy trains have an extra lo
comotive before the grade is tackled
These are called helper engines andi
are kept in roundhouses at each sid<
of the mountain with steam up.
"One night I got word from Clear
Creek, a town In the western valley.
that the 9:20 freight would be 30 min-
utes late on account of having to pull
out a crippled engine, 1,129. She had
burned out her flues and 'had to be
hauled to Grand Junction for repairs.
"That night about 10 o'clock, after I
had passed down the Salt Lake ex-
press, I heard the freight coughing up
the long grade from Clear Creek. There
was a snowstorm raging, and the wind
howled around the station lUke the



understand myself." ti'e ralir'oad mlan
')pliEc.d -"I coul'l easily see how the
htpl engine could break loose onl tiha
"ra"i'le. : 1i I ca:ct i un'iderstand not
hea ring its de:,:ea,.'lt dlu'riug such a
how i ng blizza:i'l. bIt the explosion
ooared me. Thin ouly theory which iti
'.;iy .V : i ;'ed 11w !::;stl'ry w.-:s that
'le oil kimt w-s bl.i)wn up by com-

"'Yon see. when the eingtine broke
loose (.0111 thei freight an ,iowu ti'he mooualil the pistons n tihe
cyliniders began Ito lct as air com-
pressors. I)itring the rough trip up
!her throttle i)rioibally jarred open, and
is the spced im(re.ased with every rev
lutiou of her drivers her boiler soon
'hled with compressed air It was not
long before those flying pistons had
worked up a pressure of nearly 500
poundsto to tie square Inch. which came
in faster than it could escape by the
safety valve, and before the old ina
chine nraihed Clear Creek lher boiler
let go."-Memphis Scimitar.
Wanted to See the President.
The Washington Star says that a big.
gawky country lad went to the White
[louse the other day just as the presi-
dent had gone out for a morning stroll.
"I wants ter see the president," he
announced to the first man he met.
"Well. there goes the president now,"
said the man addressed, pointing to
the president's retreating form.
"Dern my time!" the young man
ejaculated. "He walks just like any
other man," and the fellow struck out
so that he could get close enough to
see the president well.
Warwick castle is held by many to
be the most beautiful seat In. England.
The large baronial hall is a magnificent
room. It is decorated with the most
perfect specimens of armor, furnished
In a luxurious manner, and masses of
flowers and large palms abound on ev-
ery side.
Jimmy and the Baby.
Jimmy's mother kept cows and sold
milk. Jimmy himself had nothing to
do with the cows, though sometimes
he used to carry the milk pail to his
mother's customers. The customers
all liked Jimmy, with his round, frec-
kled face and bashful grin, and they
used to ask him how business was, for,
although Jimmy was only 13 years old,
he had a business. He made coffins-
baby coffins-and sold them to the un-
dertaker. They were nice pine coffins,
with all the edges carefully joined.
Jimmy received 50 cents for each one.
One day Jimmy stopped at the house
of one of his mother's customers to
leave some milk. A little boy met him
at the door.
"We've got a new baby!" said the
little boy. "Would you like to see It?"
Jimmy nodded. The little boy's aunt
laughingly led Jimmy to the cradle
where the new baby was. Jimmy
gazed at the infant for some time,
speechless with admiration or some
such emotion.
"What do you think of it, Jimmy?"
asked the aunt.
-Jimmy grinned.
"I guess I'll have to make a nice lit-
tle cotfin when I go home," he said.-
New York Commercial Advertiser.
Boers Great Pioneers.
The Boer is the ideal pioneer. From
the days of the great trek, in 1837. and
even before that he opened up coun
tries hitherto unexplored by a white
man. A great deal of fuss has been
made of mighty travelers, English and
foreign, who have traversed Africa. to
the vast pecuniary benefit of their pub-
lishers and with no small meed of fame
to themselves, but there was scarcely
one of tihe old voortreklkers and hunt-
ers of the forties and fifties who did
not accomplish feats of endurance.
pluck and lengthy travel which were
ten times as trying.-London Mail.
Successive Waves.
The following waif is going the
rounds of the state press: We are told
of a young lady in a neighboring town
who waved her hand at a stranger, and
in three days they were married. Two
days later the young lady waved a
flatiron at her husband, and the next
evening he came home waving a di-
vorce.-Nashville Banner.
The Salmon.
When a young salmon is first hatch.
ed, it is known as a parr. Just before
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