Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00081
 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: March 20, 1902
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: VID00081
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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NO ; 52

LT. S. Senator-Ist D.strit, S. R. Mallo-
ry, ensacola; 2.1 District, J. P. Talia
tero, Jacksonvillo
Repreaentatire--let Diet., S. M Spark-
man, 'r.mpA; 2d Diet., R. IV. ,1..yin,
Ailatk a.
Laud Oilice-Itegister, W. G. Robinion;
It-,:rei H.r, "J. Ciiubb, Gainesvilic.-
I rr--G,') el nor ,%rm. S. J)ouEings; See-
i -1 iry, J L Crawiuid; Treaslurer, J B.
'VWtnrld; Attornev Ginmal, Win. B.
1..in. ,; Comptroller A .'.Croon; S, -
pdriileiid.ini .o Pulic Inet ru lion, WV.
N. -<11.'*t-, C. a isiioner ol Agiicul-
t.zar, B. E. Mcl.in; Ai.juiitant General,
I. '. i. Fusier, rallabht-se. .
I1.: Oi l', 5ilt District. Gen. W m.
M111- -. uiha Wa-hiingtou.
J aiiIN rIn Co (. rr-Ht.e. rinlftirr-, S.
iV Ai -r-.n,,. A.,iw urs.,., ; .'.'uniiv Jndge,
RI 1A' ll; Cl:'rk, of L'.uirt, Coul.'t)
Cl.k, i..i .,r Ive-d W L'.
lie; ilih.rtt. Jl A. IMcKeitLhov, Tax
.L' 1,-, .,, L Y I t itrer J.

Ve '1,o0, ` r elo 'y I'. l ,rn, Oprnlge
Hill; C.iunty .ummi, ii-,n .rr ,I. W il-
.itan1s, Chiuley" Dr. W. E. -Cjleman.
Vernuu; J. W. G.luei, E o-untin.i; D.
Anderon, Point Wa.ri.ngli ; W. I.
".' igltdtry, Millvilte
ST. ANitah s--Juvtic- of the Peace, Jehn
SturruAL; Nlaries, W. A. Enmons,
W, H. Li rt'll: deputy Clerk Circuit
Court, W A. Emmrons; School Direct-
)rs. G. W. Surbey, sr., W. H Bartell,
ff. E. Doxtader; Postmaster, L. M.
HAkBIsoN-Postmistross, Mrs. M. R.
MILLVILLE-POstma ster, P. romasello,
Notary Public, Joel Frater.
I'AKEa--Postnma ter. Martin G. Post;
Notary public W. H. Parker.
rITTs1uao-Pstinistress, Mrs. Hsssei-
ANDKRSON-Postmaster, S. W. Anderson.
GAY-Pjstmistress, Mrs. R. Gay.
IOMPKins-Postmaster, Eiery Tomp-
BAxroHs-Postmaster, 0. C. Tompkins.
COOK- o'tmaster, J. J. Fowler.
WETAPro-PosLmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
WEST BAi-Posltmaster, 1'. N. Hutehin-
GA ousN COUNTY ..-.CROMNTOx-Postmas-
ter, Thos. J. B. Mauger.
FARMDALE .-Pos master, W. F. Woodford.
The northern msil, vi.a, Anderson, Giy,
Bayhead nnd hipley departs every day
except Sunday at 3:00 o'clock a. m,;
carries every day except Sunday at
7:15 p. m.
nast Bay mail for Harrison, Mlllville.
Gromanton, Parker, Pitshburg, Cook,
Farim .alo and Wetappo,leaves St. An-
diews every morning except Sunday at
6 o'clock. arrives, coining west at 7
o'clock p, in.
Fi pli-l- CI urti, \Wyorning '- ro lont-
ing .t. -t *r' eB by .,'.'* oen
&A (e>r t 4ti i' I -1 ,.".C.V-4.'. T'
p *t' 'l.,'.t.ltn-- s'.. high Pt1r '
meeting every Wednsday 8 P Sunday
seli 0ol every Sunday at 10 a. m. Pey. S.
L. Loudermilk pastor.
Methodist Episcopal-Church Wash-
"ngton ave and Chestnut st. Sunday
school 3 p. m. every Sunday. Rev. C. .
Leonard, pastor.
Presbytcrian-Chu ch cor. Loraine
avo and Drake st. Sunday school at 9.30
a. m. every Sunday, John 8lurrock, Supt.
Catholic- church cor. Wyoming ave
a.d Foster st.

S.ot .tv- Circuit. Court Clerk and Notary
o fo t' the State at Large; ha- iu-
ion 1 to administer oaths, take
it legalize acknowledgmeats,
t where in Florida. Speciattat-
given to land co nveyances and
S. ce"emolyv perfornied for law-
u. i tiiled parties. Office at the
Slice, St. Andrews Bay.
..v ad eight years experience in
.. a tng Q rtilv l'ension Vouchers
l soldiers and soldiers widows,
,i6, papers Mor increase of Pensions, I
lt now prepared toattsnd to all busi-
tt.s p(iumptly that tmay require te Ser-
v ,r- ot a Notary.
iIusician and Druggist, Conrmerce st.
,tast ox Bayview, Offers his professional
services to the citizens of St. An-
drews ana vicinity. Residence on Buena
Vista avenue.
Hon'e petliie Physician an Accoueher.
tipthe- I, near Drug tore, Bayview
Avenue, Second door south of Wyo-
..ming ave.

Office at Parker, Fla.
fConveyancing and payment of taxes for
non-residents, specialties.
East Bay Half a Mile West of
Martin's Bridge.
At St.Andrews Every Saturday,
at Mrs. C. Wells'.

For Sale, at a Bargain
The property known as the Prestou Es-
tate, consisting of one house and lot
and one vacant lot in the East End. Ti-
tle perfect and prices far below actual
value. For particulars apply at or ad-
dress the Buoy, St. Andrews Bay, Fla.

Pecan Trees for Sale.
The Buoy has for sale 40 or
50 Pecan Ttees-Choicq Pa-
p' r Slivll varieties, from G.
M. Bacon's DeWitt, Ga., Pe-
can Nurseries. There is good money in
Pecans t.)r Fiorida.

Foley's Honey and Tar
for ChiIdren,safesvurV, No opiates.

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.' I'o, er' From itivers 'Tihe Crystal fSprlitl. l Flerida. and ea dDow and rted, and btr chit- DWARFING A -
e Dollar a Tear in Advance. illh the ethod ol obtaining early all the stras of Flor ringher longmonthshof waiting.Cr iT e t. Tc DWARFINGI AN .TREE. The pop ea a ofta caust d a fdl

\WILLIAM A, EMMOMs, 1i'e I,'" i e curents described ,riginate In large pr of remark. dd hours she had spun and woven a T d of death. ut death from even
WILLIAM A, EA T MO A's, "` 1 . c J.. it e r water. o a"f these ,loth and sewed gannents aid knitted TThe Chabo Hiba, a dwarf Japati..most painful mortal diseases s usually
SA t V a springs form lakes ol cf idejable di- nn sto s for John's writer pine trte, as recently sold for t.l.". -ceded by a period of Gessation from
-- no I"r- l 1nyfot "n'u theietfi spr su'u la es di- nfort. trusting to find some way to it is six feet high i, nallegod to be b-.b ate l R*g and partial or complete itnen.
Anerneah of Janua.ry 2.5, (here ake Ilcusious, gile others flowv off and -,a rtiat or complete tusen.
Die enibleOtlie, fl,. Off di.--nd themlo him. Now We messed ger years oli. It ,:4a lung been s pliposed sibillt't genabling falilng asleep or thi
Dispial ad. rates, -n'Ac per ittli par mrntti. il, r .itebt1A ii i,, luelitie t, 11-0. ctI iti bold teaa. lie water it ,ld olCan gow the Cemseandr t tc p 1ot-ad bat b Jtn p le a 11.a u lo e cauS
Position and extraoidian, condiii,.n e t bold s d that the process by hi.hb Ja.pa; e pleasant tal unconsciousness cau
rates sub,tet to special sareement. ,uld justiy the cost. so clear that the ost I aute objects, e ari word. anr husband lrefsed garder.ers suceell in lwrfing for.,t ed by an an ~le.
**Local D 5 e. nseri,, The rew heel or indmdl uni- even on th bottom, eail di- "Ma, God knows what the bud L an tnow said tha It is a simple pru, :s and not warranted byeaths an nata-
'21 c each sulmeo'nent. Displa.s Ilt,.cl- ,r'.'raliy ent.loycil for obtaining pow- ti.guished, aud lar streams of d." ste e o little ou*,. that any one can do tiae Irick. The f.al. ral death, which is a iI plete relief
-i. acb -ue u 'lie knoasg what nie things you've lowiug directions art, gveu for produ., from alI pain. When de t l% owing W
aoUi ie anooe rates., Ie lor n ihor wiltld is the cheaplet ap- crystal water can be 'en gushag nmtid for aon, and he'll send a good manI a ltwindiatre fo r produtree: heafrom failure or syndea, t owing udde
lliace hr obtaininigi power fi,.. up through thie lhite olored lime- next time."' Inc nature nu re: heart failure or syncope, t s dde
Sotin p e .-Aute -l " Tn t .. Take an orange and scoop out the and painlogs-peIrhaps pleasant. Death
Obscure Mani's Consolation. lice etr.rean (pow,.r I. i a iver ih- stone beds beneath. points re- The baby's thought relieved themoth- pulp. Fall the Interior with rich mold by hanging, there s reason to believe,
Of me the great world ne'e- has heard, >lt buillg ,ia..). mote from these inlet lie bottom is era's dspair, and the three lonely beart and plant an acorn In the center of It, Is attended by a voluptuous spasm~.
Yet I in this am sonmehAlat htsed, I'lace ian oidi-,ary iron or steel covered with tIl l]i green moss "next time," and, sure enough, before leaving thr e hole in the rind for it to Dath by decapitaton pck, electricity
My lowly state has never' tirred-'" w;nm,lill % heel in a river running that grows only i p urtoIng water. winter came they saw the same white sprout through. Put it in a s.nny ,,lae ol. y a momentary shock, hardpainflt .
Envy in any human's breast. hose galoping toward thehouse. "tie's the first shoots have apired the ro's ness according to the poson employ ed.
Etyive >.ls ,, h., ..,,I iaw it %ill yield at beautiful fish of many v'i.elies are brought time letter back" they'll cried bginth r troue irs t soots h ave ap d in. Opiumss annd other narcotisc prol bael
AnI if I do not frel ,ncline-d I la-t .i t i t i s HS itich power as in a ,1 ,; Istl o | ,| out | | gethor. for they leleved the rid- T | p t kj'.tI t ,iaw .in. gIv.. nT.d th a t pr-bly a ll. .
ah-lfulCy timedlriftg&, s.2eik Cp e, nat'-- to bethe same matt.- cuffully a'All-..1p_,"

I ott anot t ,n the ot of steam re nd a strea o uch with all her children The horseman igh and then stop. I a year t will crates, causes gralal nsenbllit
If stand not nsek otal 's wahi.ht \,l u'ed as e iiputaoe ito Florida ae ,hrese mtv.r held out the same letter, and as he be a perfect miniature oak. When the front t.elk.w upwar.l. On the othIf'
If Ine tinseek at leath'sfeel andhi knot, wbel e feli lie, anI aIt time producing springss th,4 the United gravely put it into her hands she roots cease to grow, the orange skin hand,' arse,te, str.v,-Llinv. carbolic and
One thing at least I feel dyand know;t' aged by hurricane. ig a deep Geologcal vey its i lan ced up to his face and screamed should be varnished over and imbed- mineral acnidh. rnrroie sbl ate, tar-
Rivals do not scheme day and night damaged by huticanes, It a deep States Geological Su r'ey in'its in- for joy. ded in a flowerpot. tar emetic and other metallIc polaoxa
To bring about my overthrow. river they oul work all te tie vetigaon of the cou ater re Joh It is you" apanee warf all kinds of trees nflict slow and torturing death. r
Andif aof lowlbirthandneyer be subjected toexcessive sources,has made a 8 pries of meas- It did not take her husband long to and make them live to a great age. sic acid and cyanide of potassium cause
And if I am of lowlybirth, trai. O of tell the rest of the story. Tom Turner Some of these dwarfs, like the Chabo quick and painful death.-nunmanitad
And a retiring life have led. Oingto the ever-varying dire- ments of their disclhiirge. One had returned to headquarters, and one Hiba, are well town, and their own- rian. .
I doubt ifthere ison the earth Owing to te ever-varying dre the characteristic spri s, which was night, made talkative by an extra ra- ers have documentary evidence attest-t Like e'
One soul that wishes I were dead. tioe" of the wiund these wheels, when measured by hydrogi pher B. M. tion of rum, he had bragged how he ing their great age. The older they A fruit supposed to bear the mark o
usd as motors cannot be economic- "got even" with an old sweetheart are the more valuable, of course, they Eve's teeth is one of the many botan-
To make this great earth theirs alone oron Hall, of the Geogiaphical .urvey, is who jilted him. His exploit reached are. In Japan certain families follow cal Eve'surosties of Ceylon. The tree on
Men have their days in scheming ally goupe or massed in one spot, Silver Spring, near Ockla in Marion the ears of his commanding officer, the calling, trade, art, or what you will, which It grwcuriosities of Cylon. Thby tree a
passed, and are therefore available only or t is the hea o( the Ocla who took away his commission and of growing dwarf trees from genera- whichant name of "the forbidden frit, e
But we the stubborn fact must own- small users of power. i unt itn the Iv river and is ale the head of put my grandfather in his place. The tion to generation, and you can buy a "Eve's apple tree.en
Old Mother Earth gets all at last. water enough of them can be group- waha r and he head of new post rider had brought his own miniature oak 500 years old from a de- The blossom has a very pleasant
-Bost Globe t gh navigation, as oteamb iats come up letter to his wife. It was the first rural secendant of the man who first planted scent, but the really remarkable fe
-Boston Globe. ed on long arms reaching out from the river into the pin tg and have a ree delivery in, Mansfield town.- the acorn. Not only forest trees, but scent, but the really remarkable e t e-
aOh rvrinotev[,I ndfre e d atare of the tree, the one to which It
One View of It. shore or from a pier, crib, or ol regular landing wharf, there. The Youth's Companion. fruit trees and flowering shrubs, areowestsne thet t bea
r e g u l a r l a n i n g w h a r f h e r e 'r h od w a r f e d b y t h e s e c l e v e r g a r d e n e r s .

Who saved Uncle Sam? teamibont hull to furnish a 500 horse tiver flowing out of tit.d spring was Modern A ertising.r. tiful and hangs from the tree In a p
I, said Great Britainpower in one spot. This is, of course, found to be 60 feet w ue. It had a A lIttle~ over half a century ago it Bathing In Salt Lake. culiar moange on theoutr. sde and deep cri
GivAs has been written palm; too little for soieme usets but sufficient o feet wI ean veloc, wasconsdered beneath the dignity of "Salt lake Is a remarkable sheet of son within, each fruit as the appear.
Give me the palm; mean depth of 11 many substantial concerns to aver- water n many ways, and bathing hs the appear
I saved Uncle Sam. f the great aj,,rity and better for ity of one foot and a quarter per see- tise beyond the Insertion In the news- assesses features whie mae unique," of It. Thaig fact ptothiece bWitteis
the people, for it would scatter then d andf 822 cubicpapers of an occasional business card. says Utah man. "It is veryngor- sonouit. This fact, toether ith ts
Who saved alone te horse instead of hddlin, ihrg cbic Some of the experiences of that tiune eating and refreshing, to be sre, but it o represent it, ld the Mohrbidd me fruit of
I, said the Bear g te shore itead of h g feet per second. The si'ring basin is show how recently advertising, as we takes some time to become accustomed trepresent it as the forbidden fruit of
See, it is there them in te great cities about 35 feet deep and the tempera- know It, has developed. to the extraordinary buoyancy of the garden of Eden and to warnti mees.
In a French telegram;reehundredose power is now A retail hardware house In an east- water. It is quite Impossible to sink dgn Is nou t fri s
a telegram; three udred re pwr i ow ture late in Decmber, was 72 d- ern city once found Itself 'possessed of or to drown In the lake, but many peo- to Eve. Why ta k p e bite of Adam did not
I saved Uncle Sam. takefr,,m the current o the river F. Though the after has a ten times the number of articles of a le have been killed by the water, o ve Why the bite of Aam did onbu
Who saved Uncle Sam? Dauube at the Prater Ufer just be- slight limestone taste, it appears to certain kind that it had intended to When there is- a breeze and spray is as only one piece seems to be mission
SlowuViebuy. As they had been ordered cspe- dashed upon bathers, the water f as Its loss Is ascribedeto the womain--t
I, quoth proud Prussia, l &ave e e, Austria, though thy have t other inera tents daily for a new hotel and were of ape- densely Impregnated with salt that the t lohas Com naieo
e Broti a al e o h g mis o s an 1 is excellent for driilking.-Press culiar design. there seemed to be no liquid portion evaporates very quickly A a gan T
Topour out the balm g te undershot wheel instead of a Bullet No. 33, Geological way of disposing of them except at a and leaves a deposit of salt on the skin.An Afa. Trick.
That saved Uncle Sam. screw. A screw will turnish about merely nominal sum. 'On several occasions people have During a shooting match In the pres-
h savd Un Sam s times as much lwer an a add ry Divisioof HyrographY., One of the younger men connected drifted out while bathing or been ence of the governor of Kandahar the
Who saved Uncle Sam? six times as much ,power as a paddle -mp with the concern offered to "move wrecked and thrown overboard and aft- sirdar noticed to his astonishment that
-'Well, friends, for assistance wheel When Spain made resistance The itll utilization of the cheap permitted to a.:-t;sc. The sugges- choked to death by the accumulation of vorue butt of the marksmen, who but
I'm grateful-I am'- on count red much opposition, but salt in their mouths and nostris." seldom missed their aim, whereupon'
Your debtor, U. am."j power of swift ivers wound shift AN INCIDENT OF RE OL"UT4ONARY th ily a smn ll sumn was sot apart to he declared that It was far more diffi.
ttiainannfauturing center to such all ex- DAYS IN CONNEc TICUT. arrayy It out. The tidvertI-ement was cult to hit an egg. Sir Peter laughed at
Ta i'Uot~ ........U. -:s--- i-* --. --m.- ...... ..-. .h-af'ted in an attr.cthe way, and the A Severe old for Three Months. the supposition, but the sirdar stoo
His name-Una cle Sam. town.--S. N. Stewa, Brookln, l. ,c th e sa,' r o e, f..1.. .his. L-^., dtrane t ay, Put n of them ha t tto

*** Y,, in Scientific American. The arrival of the fits he minemiuer of the flrm who had most prescribed for me, yet I d not im- egg.
My NeighDor's Boy. ters after the establish? batch of let- opposedd the experiment whispered to prove. I then tried Fbley's Honey and The governor ,,and his suit kept thefa ,t
He seems tj be several boys in one, Work in the Field ot Wireless free delivery In 'Mansfleat of rural ,lhe young man that he had better Tar, and eight doses cu-ed me." Re- countenances and excused the nonsue-
So much is he constantly everywhere; Telegraphy. called to an aged lady d, Conn., re- wr!te out a few notices "and put them fuse substitutes. Sold by B. V.Breck, cess of the firing party on the ground
postal incident rememf that town a in the papers." .. St. Andrews, of the difficulty of the thing. At last
And the mischievous things that boy News comes !rom London that itfamily for 120 years. ered in her Fronsuch begnnings the ndvertis. --i a ball happened to hit the thread toe
has done was decided at a meting of the Mar- ways cried when she t ly mother al- ilg practice has come. Thousands of A Rattlennke's Wisdom. which the egg was fastened, and It fell
No mind can remember nor mou.h co Wireless Tograph Company to she said. Id the story," dollars art, now spent not only In ad The writer of this rode broncos and to the ground without breaking. Now
declare. When my mother wi' vertlsnlg itself, but itn devising clever "punched" cattle on the ranges of Mon the mystery was solved. The cunning
He tills the whole of his share of space transmit messages across the ocean the narrator went on. toO6 a little girl, catch words, ingenious phrases and 11 tana and Wyoming twenty years ago Afghan had used a blown egg, and
With his strong, straight form and during the next series of experiments. ters regularly brought have one's let- lustrations which will stick in the and had ample opportunity to study the featherweight shell had been mov-
his merry face. Marconi, who was present, at the at the door would Ihpnd banded in memory of the reader ns well as new the habits of rattlesnakes. He knows ed aside each lime by the current of
miracle of privilege, a 4ve seemed a general methods.-Youth's Companicn how they went into their holes then, air in front of the ball and thus escap-
He is very cowardly, very brave, meeting, announced that there was without paying lpostald to get them and It Is doubtful if any improvement ed being hit.
He is kind and cruel, good and bad. nothing to p event lhis company front been another. Malls we would have Kubelik and Paderewskl. has since been made in their method.
A brute and a hero who will save noe widely introducing his system uncertain that the safre so slow and "Oh, Mr. Kubelik." said a dazzling They start in head first, and one would R ea
The best from th works of my neigh- o teera ic cotitto at sea. expected letter by any arrival of an beauty to the great violinist after one promptly come to the conclusion that p a l
The best from theofteeah o unaon a sea. event n a country femeans was an of his performances, "you are Indeed a they reach the bottom of their holes In
bor's lad the oble strve today At the present time the Marconi sys- postoffice miles away. iDty, with the genlusl Whenever I hear you and M this manner, but Mr. Snake Is too wily
The moan and the noble strive today tel is i use o some seventy ships. Sometimes the dellv Paderewski play I seem quite dazed, to keep his head where he cannot have ay
Which of of the powers will have its teAb is sty-five land seventy shp. along by volunteer was helped the effect upon me is so fascinating an eye on the rest of his body; there-
way? Abut twenty-five land sections have going home from thiers-a farmer Have you ever heard Paderewaki, monl- fore as soon as he enters the hole a few
been established. A speed of trails- housewife returning fri grist mill, a sieur?" Inches he makes a half turn which
The world is needing is strength and about t enty words per with her bargains of m market town "Once, madame; only once," quietly brings his head to the entrance again
skill, make hearts happy or make minte has be obtained; the wordsk ndia molasses a rmp oil, West replied Kubelik. "But," and this very and then permits the remainder of his Never thought of such a
He will make hearts happy or make minute has been obtain; the wok a passing peddler witen tea, or even firmly, "I shall certainly never hear length to glide down out of sight-a
them ache. o the cables is not very much faster. wre and corn brooms., his load of tin- him again." very simple performance, you will see. sign for a medicine did you?
What power is in him for good or ill! With his syntonic sy-stetm Marconi time the army had 41n the old war- Why not?" asked the astonished -Exchange. "- Well, it's a good sign for
Which of life's paths will his swift hopes to sece that absolute secret, they were few and fa#ost riders, but beauty.
S feet take? toece tht absolute secrecy grandfather w a between. "I will tell you," answered Kubellk. When Grace was said. Scott's Emulsion. The body
ill he rise and deaw others upwith te lack of which has been one of the Revolution, and gran,a Rsoldier of the "I am conscious that I possess a cer A Barnard college girl tells in the
him, most formidable crtticisms leveled at home fire burning hemother kept.ihe tamn power, a certain originality. Now, New York Times of visiting in a house- has to be repaired like' other
him, most formidable criticism leveled for their three churning and provided I cannot afford to lose this conscious- hold where grace was said at the table
Or the light that is in him burn low wireless telegraphy. So confident is or e as well as she ness. for upon it entirely depends my semloccaslonally. Her curiosity got things and Scott's Emulsion is
and dim? Marconi of his ultimate success in at- summer she had hea the front. All success. I heard Padrewsk once, and the better of her, and she asked the medicine that does it.
pblily and when one num o word of him. then I felt my 'proud consciousness' mistress of the house why they didn't the medine that does it.
But what is my neighbor's boy tome training this end that he publicly and when one aurumda a man in a going, my faith in myself slipping, observe the rite regularly. "Why," T e r s war
Mose than a nuisance? My neigh- haleed Sir Williau rece, miar cloak rode the door on a Paderewski's Influence over me the said the lady with some surprise, "we ese poor ies wear out
or'sbo Prof. Lodge, both of whom are well- e le t quick only time I ever heard him play was ay grace only when we have reason from worry, from over-work
Thong-h I have some fear for what he tr vm i Lod g t"tloi ihom time -elmu says, R t h "live here?" he so powerful that I felt, for the sake of to be thankful. We never -dream of
maybug e, nown ino nigato in the hme says, holding a thick ter in his hand my own originality, if I possess any giving thanks when we have only from disease. They get thin
Is a b s ce of ,solicitudehopeand joy i moe reah b anti grand (Oh, M. Kubelik!" almost shrieked the roast beef or beefsteak or some simple
Is a sourceofsoliestude. hopeandujoy; iee"l icseach fo otap" hl. wirel mother reached yage for th. letter, beauty) that It would be safer and wis- thing like that; but whenever we have and w\'eak. Some of the itCW-

A,,. y (e u3-Arco s bantls-cj.Hts nUs. No, madame, there Is but one Pa- say grac, (or it's worth while'. ones are not tWell made-and
That the best that is in him will rule te ,w i ele tegraphy, which is "Thbj-L ) eee eto r K e j Lr,< ..-.-- r'w.
some day. Grandmother's c6u enhance fell, for oi Ask Your Dalerfr Allen's F00ot ]se,
Hpsssmeby, ta tmotfiic.,iioi oi .1"ucona's, is rapid. there wasn't so mu money in the Apowder. for the feet. It curesswol- from long USagC
He knows I have hope of him--guess- Navy Departmeit iLas decided t es- "Guhess you don't kw me," remark- The young man was from town and len sore, hot, callous, aching sweating Scott's Emulsion fixes all
Tes, oo, tablishi a chain of wireless telegraph ping back his cocked Iat. but still hold- He knew far more about horses and druggists ai.d shoe stores. 25c Ask kinds. It does the work both
God stations along the entire German ing the letter. he k ew him then--an carriages than the local livery sales- today. inside and out. It makos soft
That men may be righteous, his will east. Up to the present time t'ir- enemy capable of a man revenge mawhen heand sought to hir e a "rig" for Knotla o Tre blood red
to do, ty-two Gei man war ships have been and how be asked u to marry him the afternoon was tinged with a gentle In the barks of our forest trees are o s a i oo re,
And I think .that many would have fitted with the 6laby-Arco apparatus and you give him 'N I thankee,' and air of patronage on his part. "Oh, have contained a multitude of latent buds, weak lungs strong, hollow
~~more joy ,p ap r u ,took John Fuller. I w n't good enough you a trap you can let me have?" which are developed and grow under t m
SoIf oe y Tie nnther will asoon be increased to marry ye, but I'm.d enough now "Yes;certainly." certain favorable conditions. Some places u. ly te stma
bor's boy tt furty. In, Germany it is claimed to bring ye letters f mthe man that "Onethat will hold two?" trees possess this property In a remark- trials are Used in the patching
-London Christian World. tha the nprovements of Prof.Slaby did, and I'm good enough to charge ye Yes, or 20" from the obliging coun- able degree, and often, when the othershow
I- Publi Oficd eI. iontrArate,,l, d ahd collabho hand over yur blllln's and take "Oh, really Have you a stylish road property of pushing out these latent through the newglow of health,
Iu Public Office tr. Count Arco, talm dont much toyour letter." wagon?" buds Into growth preserves the life of t
He sed to work with all his might, icrea the distance through which r nmnn tn htm she had no "Yes." the plant. These buds, having once No One has to wait his trn.

But he's forgetting how; the Hertzian waves can be transmit- money. To be held u In this heartless "Perhaps yotl have a spider or a begun to grow, adhere to the woody You can do it yourself-yoU
He seldom lifts a hand today, ted. The claim is open to some and insulting way w r bitter hurt to Brewster buggy, or on aeaond thought layer at their base and push out their
He takes his ease and draws his pay- criticitan.-Scientific American. her. Her grief was deeper than her I might prefer a rubber tied hansom, points through the back toward the and the bottle,
He serves his country now, resentment, but she ras too proud to You can accommodate re?" light.
He serves his country now. rd-Herald. t the cruel ntment, but se her weep. "Yes; all kinds cheerfullytrnished." The buds then unfold and develop This picture represents
Th v tb-Chicago Record-Herald. ivory nut of commerce "I will get you a b dinner," she "Can you give me a lash whip?" leaves, which elaborate the sap carried the Trade Mark, of Scott's
War. is I nbtnie svory nut of commerce said, "and feed you hos and e "Yes; with a fancy tassel." up the small shoot. Once elaborated it Emulsloo and is on th.
ar. d:ps of a dwarf palm. Fromound the you a pair of eed l stockings." "Oh, well, what kind of a horse can descends by the bark, k, when it reaches wrapper of ever bottle
Oh war is rude and impolite. nts European turners fashion the It wasa, humlatl nto plead wth you turn out-a short tailed one.?" the base or inner bark. Here It is ar- for free samp
It quite upsets a nation; reels of spindles, small boxes and Tom Turner, but she would do no less. "I think so," came gently from the rested, so to speak, and deposited be- SC for fre Tsamp.
Tis made ef several months of fiht many other little fancy artile, which "Money or nothin','l he says, and he wearied proprietor; then In stentorian tween the outside and inner layer of SCOTT & BOWNE
And years of conversation. can be colored with sulphuric acwhi- put the letter in his pocket and rode tones to his man: "Jake, can you give bark, as can be learned on examining 409 Pearl St,.- New Youk.
-Washington Star. Chamber ed wo srna l away. this gentleman a short tailed horse? If specimens on the trees in the woods 50. ad drugsts.
Grandmother wen~ into the house not, cut one at once."-Short Stories. almost anywhere. 5 and f al lrug

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NoT a.- It must he remeit.lIera'd I .it tlI-
wind is nota wholly reliable mnoilt'iv poa-
S r and If the sailors omneltin(e.i. l a It ;Ii
possible to make schedule lime it'ir.s I..
obargedtothe elements; they do the lIet
iley ean. ,,.

The shrs. Cleopatra Hemptieadl,
Alex. C ok pad Lucy II. aiuiveal
from Pensacola Tuesday nlorning iii
the order named, ltheie being uialv a
few moment inler'mission between
their several landings. The lienl,.
stead discharged her St. Analne%-
freight and proceeeled to Pitt:burg'
the Lucy H. ditchaigel eight at
Brackiii's wvha f and tent |.1' N.'i4.
Bay, the (ook, after leaning: lf: N. F a : L... 1 i. l --I

mqt'ing fdr East Bay ;: -- int

E. P. MaPon, - M1 rTL
Makes regular trips clivoecn St Aln-
drews Iav and Penaajola. Fiei,.li ;indl
psngmiger traffic seuliiited id lte ,in .tl
caretul sI|ta courteuita .tl[al tiuin la 1.,1 i -
EZR4 KilaNEi - N JAeTII.
Makes iegiular tri-n bl n Sr. Al.-
drews Bay and Penwiacola: .ii-iine. ii,-
fined strictly Io I'reigiat and pa-'.:-.,
work and local business so)lic:aled. p'e.-
cial attention sill lie given t, :i i'eci' i
and forwarding freight l.'or all parties.
Frs' further parlic :lar~ aplri t, v
N. W PTL'S, Osner, 'I tlabil;, Fl ai.

I,eavea S t. Anil'rewv tay c la' C 1 I%-'.I t
leaves Punacsiaolla er e'y Fli.I
,weather peinmitlitng). Spe'i. .1l n i.ai
tion will lie giren I> rer.ip c-ra n..a I
forwarding ficiglil lur ilartie.- liviii ,m
Eaist and North Bay, .'.iiAsse .g eoi It,
1pointson either nini ul' lile C1t.P 'ia
depei'l upon seciirig lomniplt t Ii -
porltlin al a reaHSOIaliale ailtci i.ur
furthel inftrilintioli appl tI I
L. aM.'Warn, ,.-

UaP'a'. - D. M. Wi ilutil i.
Carries the ast f ayI Miil a el .-ieat .
Anldremtp Hl v, Werapljp nail inlt Ian,-.li
ate ptoinimt l .er'veq S.t. Arndi ewL ,' lil.%
(except Sumnda 4 al fi:Ull t. ni.; trti'. .
W eltaoo ,at 1I::30 p 1a.; 1Ioeai.- t 'pit'

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l, rg. rnidl F airnidaile. l'itei;,,hl liil.-l .ii
iny postoffl.-e wharf. Fmip tti-anlgeal ai'nil
freight rilc's, see rale cald in Ilao si-'
eral postoflA.es.
DAVIII Ai. WirHERILL. Cion liai ,lr.

A Week's wVentllier.
ThIi' following table _ive' lti e hiax -
nmam, miihiniiiteland mean troni..*rlt
tires., IlIo r iiifartll anti direatl;.n oi, ti, .
whid, for the twenity-four hoiir- .ndir;.'
,at 7 o'eltick p ini.. us i iicat-a.i I 1 L'. .--.
.il'lrniitiient self-r'gi-6teriianv Ih-rin' m .
tlers. Mlax:Min. Menn. It'n \'
Mar. 12 76 4A 61 .111 .:

13 74 til 67 .e i
" 14 70 F3 ri2 3.24
15 77 51 6i 1.1t I -i
16 72 63 67 1.41 ,
17 72 59 6ti .(l ii.
18 64 36 5 tI .t(il i
For week. ..-72 1 53 I 5 -- .

This signature is on every box of the genulor
Laxative BromoI=Quinine Tablets
tb remedy that cnreu n cold nla one day

Parker Lodge No. 142

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W. A oru ;"ell-, "'-o "n 'lur 1r. Aartu.k ..pper. A few ru u '' i'?tt i n ,, It t aet' gnla I i r i,' '-'
ker. of Petrlaburg,Va, V aive w pr"' '' gh "'3 ttlt'-a t. t-oa ad't' -l- In ''L' that naliv
it to our children when trou llud taill h ad i t l.'i "t I 'a -"iiiri-;. W iile -c.-ui.i e ,r '.- thi.: itaf --fi,-t l part,. I'lli- ri,,at,, ii [a, i '
cou icb alse whooping couAhI, ultd iLt bl eating in th .' ir lin r.,ow u, awttit ... itnt a. L i 'Nii -'IE t' l Ii
always given perfeut .-tli '..ello Il a. r u nail, uu th -pa.'io:.- 'al i -. at the e 'tr.an i\ l., pai i' if i. 1 A I
recoeD ni eladeCd to wiu bv ;a drugtt .;t .a ,an b nj '.n ,ying tL: tl'.--tl -. A.: aimn .ir; inal \ D dollar. ena. Ii a-rk.i' .a'-.. nll aittin int.l i til aut -
beat cuugh medicine faur child. i.t ,ua 1i 'eie in ile p, I .,'r d,.' al'titHa -r'Ju.i ital anll l mt. a n tictie .ila-itl l I ''i t- P .l-'
contaitied ino opiuni or o htir lia,,ail'i viher: t.ol)t' bilii, pi a c il. tl.! f, it-ud- fuill monolith's it'rtat ,me "ta and et 0
drug. Suld lav L. M1 W are, St. -A a'.,ni e ;-I l" I, n.-re l i-'.i t d a unl u -, a t.a i l, li t**ata ti':"- '' i l(i .. al_ i'C e.t at i.. R
slid Bayhead sa d all uIedil:inL. dr.tila -..i dltA ?,e fo.'itnea I. T"- li' -l -":' i.aAi. tam'_'J "rAPRH 'lI.TPE '-- a-I' liarl '.l itti 1- ja.l ,'. Y Il i Id r 1
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The Buoy han cured an agte;.cy fur aiu.. W m.e iL. Mir G.,,,al! ,.t'm. I .1'i t tl" I lna\i," aa'iid -;: ti, ,ti, ...
A st T aos A Edison jr. W izard Ink Mt.ikei Up .JI '.tMinud."' Ia \ta,. h.itl iL, ,iai,.l. '. aid.i pa.-niiI'i.L i\ .a1l1 i tika,<, ilL" ,'.i
t lblet, a wonderful inlt.D tion that plIeashiteu a\i,,:i, uIartii'l' i.-td It. ulii' ain.i ,,j,-'till', ia k ,I H.Y lFE- IL \ "
-aas revolutionized the manufacture of Inett.\ giil- uad Itr-l3 t i'Jow.-. Ma % Il- .r '.LD in th .E li .
ink because it is a Pure luk, superior Otlh Fint, .xlilhitid li,, raprp oull.,u.. ,. ',. n-I aen -" t.
to anv manufactured in liquid f'Pr an d a m hi,.h r,.- .-,:' ..a -t i .i \ ..'..at nmi- ,ia ,.,i if ,,-o a.1 i t it ,I'e It no ineco Fit)
at loss thian alf the praco. It is niad'e '.i', iri.-il 11 1. i .ii .l ..mi \,.:,, i; Ih: ti'. -i I .% 'i .il'\ r,. r,,i l..' ,, .'I.' Li al-'i.. : li Just %t, t
in six colors; is iLbsoltlely. indellibi ,l.' A Pa ,l'rh i ''r L a.i1- -' .-:L" .iittill\ li!. f L A-l at v. 'iii-si i- L I"-i illi L 'aii.-l -.l f, I b' i
and cannot be removed Iroin paper ;I it ht- .i-.r 1 - .-. :-,i e- lepar,.I;: th" .. L \' L .' ti,,rt' -n i,.h an-* j
with ecids; all colorsexcept lluine ri iiiiii' a' ,, .. il' l,.' ; I .- b'-,, I. ll ', '. . t,,,i' ,- '.,ii,,. k 'e- i.ri'i 1t, imnt "d.l*l*a '.
m no corrosive O no T ublPl 1cktak -' or t hi ,a hr.,' t .-,'' a l ;ti I.. t., all: i..,,': .i .- ','it -.1 rIi [' n- i iat ii.,._'A a i a.-'i ff l i r tu o n '*'
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Gepdevren Being entirely cured ofdesfuess. thanks to your treaunent, IMUC= zrjou
a fuli h6tor% of my ca6e. to be used at yourdiscretion.
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boll uv nghtcai began to sing. and this kept on getting wom, UtKii I 1-t
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No VW;ieak-
A Pln's-
'iire turl
I tit.

For 25 y.-ir< I h.r : i;'. er -
missed making .. ..' ..:. '.
every spring i L I .. I:,,
blood, makes rm reel strong, and
does me good in tcry v.'ay.-
John P. Hodnette, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Pure and rich blood
carries new life to every
part of the body. You
are invigorated, refreshed.
You feel anxious to be
active. Youbecomestrong,
stead y,courageous. That's
what Ayer's Sarsaparilla
will do for you.
S 00 a bottle. All druggists.
A1li yr. '- ii etor what be thinks of Ayer's
S.ire'. spir'. I~H knows all aboutthisgrand
i1,1 fiuily medicine. Follow his adviceand
we, wI be -iisfled.
.1. C. AYER Co., Lowell, Mass.

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mouth all (harly d'i d. i' -s ,::,'
ous and lun ;anyr;.lv c'r'iti ),,t s i
great likeness it bears to a ln:;.- z. be
lng in the matter of fachitl feature:, i
provided with two legs vwbi( i se'( t tn
grow from the top of Its head :an l.a :,,
down over the sides of its face. 'c!
sides these legs, two "feelers," encli
about an inch in length, grow from thl
"chin" of the animal, looking for all the
world like a colonel's forked beard,
These man faced crabs fairly swarr
in the Inland seas of Japan.
The most disastrous times have pro-
duced the greatest minds. The purest
metal comes of the most ardent fur-
nace, the most brilliant lightning from
the darkest clouds.

This 'Will Interest Many.
To quickly introduce B. '. B. (Lotan;c
Blood Balm). the famous Southetrn blood
cure, into new homes, w# will send abio
lutely free, 10,000 trial Irealinents. Bo-
tanic Blood Balm (B. [B. B. quickly, cures
old ulcers, scrofula, eczenma, itchling skill
and blood humor", cancer, eating. ester-
ing sores, boils, carbunclt pl. itples or
offensive eruptions, pains in builes or
joints, rheumatism. catarrli, or anylv ood
or skin trouble. lotanic Bloodi Balm
B. B. B. heals every sore .r, pimple.
makes the blood pure and ricl and stops
all aches and pains. Botanic Blood Balm
(B B. E ) thoroughly tested for 30 vears
in hospital and private practice, and has
cured thousands of cases gi- ... ..
hooeless. Sold at, drug stores, 1 .111 ..
large bottle. For free ireatm. i, ,'-
toB'.ood balm Co., Atlanta, (. l l..i
eine Pent at once, piepaid. I.. I'l..
trouble and free mnedi:al advi...
Botanic Blood Balm (B.B. B.) -'.. ,.
l i- d F. l." t nrt i It- i .1 l... '1 1 ,.
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Daring Wasps.
"Wasps were the first paper makers,"
said an entomologist. "It is very inter-
esting to study the ways of these fierce
little insects. For the sake of a gral.
at the honey store a single individual
will sometimes face a whole hive of
bees, being In fair combat a match for
any three inhabitants of the apiary.
Most of us have had experience of the
fearlessness with which they will at
tack human beings."

Cough Settled on Her Lungs.
"My daughter had a terrible cough
which settled on her lungs,'" says N
Jackson of Danville, 111s. "We tried a,
rent many remedies without relief
until we gave her Foley's Honey and
Tar, which cured her."' Refuse substi
tutes. Sold by B. V. Brock.

li f(9,,1l9 ,9n.'_ W ilulng to" leease.
1 li-r;..na.. ;:nId Employer-I am very suspicious of
11:-1 .'.ith lii, young men nowadays. You can't tell
- tI .lhnti.,,r..1how they are going to turn out. Why.
11,1 .*,f i)i9.9- in six months they know a great deal
,'..'.l,',. -ir more about your business than you do
S ,r. yourself and want to manage it en-
t- im '.* n,>- tirely.
V it lit t01:h. Applicant For Situation-I can nssure
u i.:- ,by you, sir, that if you engage me I will
.Or.L CURE," devote as little time as possible to
I rfl.'P f1i', your business."
t l t10 :'r9 ,r
'' '"Il." Doomed Either Way.
f if.l 9I.,',-,.- Doctor-Mr. Tlffington, your wife will
99rr9.' h9i risk her life if she attends that wed-
I,, 1 h,-. ding so soon after having the grip.
ot rih9'in,- i' Mr. Tlflington-Well, doctor, she'll
. ia-i!i-lious die if she has to miss it.-Lifes
lI'LSt \'P-I. ';! Mrs. C. E. Vantieusen of Kilbounr,
F. HtERS Wis, was afflicted with -t .r.,., h trouble
-. a.J,.-r.im w ,n ,,j constipation for a long time. She

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". 'i t lt1.. 11 se.'" '- 0, T'. .I i.- -,re for sale at
I k it. LM. \Var's. .St A..dr,. and Bayhead
hr'av' ctir'ied 1 1all medicine c ,l.de -.t Price 25 cents.
>'I .- remi edy. S i ples 're _.
* aiilre'd and

1r dl ti' attn Is the Pl,.e t.:, Buy

1)1 91.t 0Clothing and Gents'
1 1,, ,', Furnishing.Goods
"*lT.9i.. ri n At Rock Bott"om Prices!
t- '.l'*ins, i At his Stoic may also I,. found Con-
.1 I ',atinett stantly on Hanid, a lull Line of
r I'-ti-,, front, I f
-a"c'.m..n generall Merchandise

I ,ttion :-x- .,- Hardware!
tI) any part
(F 'n' Dollar. A Tin Shon
Bi. (I LS, I unl in cI.nl ctit.' 11 \Iil i he Storo, !af-
:.:-' M :t k ,- ford., a ni,.ple ,, 1. It.1 1,;ty fl)o. i th

i t,, ,,,t. Repairing of All Kinds of Tinwaro
1-" Holele e i a ii l.i. i iire1 t no
ER'S Sheet Iron Box Heatiuv Stoves!
fAL AM whichc h t ':4e ... le-'e ..lly 1\)po ulau r.
#.,1 a r IN La' 9r.1 '
., i ry A e,I11 a it 1V e" .. .. l.,- Store. will
,> ha. t lI. %,, 0i c 1u 1 -all Ie l. 4- ..i 1 he 111 iIe-
-'9 i .. 1 '..| hi 9 I... .| 91 ii ]..,wiess of1 his

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:!hc!sT lioinuted to Order

Ih Any b irrs d a i '[Ir q ti S aI tio 6 G auRi ,
Il 1 1 I I : I .- ',I % I I 1 ,, *' I 1 1 .. I 1 1 'N ' LI\ I .l t\ IM E
3v W. F. WvOODI OID, Dt, Farnddauun East Bay;

Dry gooUs, SlJio,. Uroc risli

HA .' R q E T C,

Suecial Attention Given to Mail Orders.

B Un~t ILI i~~W W EL

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Druils, Nal f0 F acy 'I olt Ariiclos

I Handle no Quack Nostrumsd

DR, J, J. K E 'I R, ,M., D, Druam ist.


NdTnvQiip 1L in01 91l Iltl9tQa-

lUIJ10 1 il'JUi IJJT;rU7

I?21R 1%, -E LAR

And Payment of Taxes for Non-Resident

It AC. K ET T O R E!


crner ef Bayview and. Wycr;.r. avci.is on Bay Fronf.
.Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
\Viril \on: cti'l litld at any other Slt e, cn1e90o t(, he R A C K E V

Hot Vieals rt All Klcurs cf the Dav.
,llii:,i .Cup of I ifl'e '.-1%. (u Ip I TIen, ('ts..ii|liiiTulrt: :ii.

Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties.
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Ruugnh inau dressed Lumbar of All Grades.

~ eT'lerns ci.-;h oreudor.sd notes,.



Lead inl Low. Prices and Goid

He invites the purchasing public to call.
Examine his stock and GET PRICES.

Pays the Highest Price for Green Salted ALIGATOR HIDES.

lr, Mitchelis Drul Storu,


Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity.
Offers His Professionhil Services to the Citizens of St., Andrews and
SI, Surrounding Country.
May be foud at his residence on Bieinin Vista averni.. t .... '1.

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Dry Goods, Groceries, lard ware.,


S iIp Chandlery, Salt Fish, Etc. Etc., Etc

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Sehrs. Cleopatra and Win. Crawford.



'Xy Nurseries are planted with Nuts grown from MY OWN GROVES. Should
y" want a j~k that is
every time, Plant A PECAN GROVE. It doubles up every year.
I purchased land for $3.50 and planted Pecans in 1888. Sold it in
1895 for$ I 00.00 per acre. In 1897 owner refused Sp20c.0
per acre. Is worth C 1 ( : 3 0 per acre now!
If you desire a secureNVE TM ENT





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Room0s T6IS m'mO i ii! Tenis r isi? 0

THE ;OL1tJ~r~',!i1A (kA ID 'I a

P'LAJ 4/

Ti'll tine Nitws iti'n tiff 1'.)t caimp~
,ills~a-p ti;t.' vwekdtthe Nock t(
W'Y itlji tw pkni i itsII thi g ill-I.l,
I) ~il H 'rd h' de-pth of pI lw itt s1'i l-: "I-ld-..
11 IIti n t Il~e b nhit ld 'e N boy, or' 0 1-1 of tol
11 I ,11 hii i lt 1 it w'it V Ih perfect Gt ese, It. h11,
Tl...o;I d I4llt fdllt. It (1:1a fie, hlaie: I
l~h it 4 a bh-tI-t-'-i mo 5-.5ai- ale. W,-'n& e
wV .1.1C tt'liIPlow.

Wehae,-Il wI s ,
1 '. 1 !-y prce $3 7 %vt

9But 4hre Brow.*2:..than *his'Lld ills*

,~ vfir-nish ()Ie .()f iLt011'1. Ilt'W i l OM lt~t'' Zt the fII auctOl'5fill $4 50

li~ i-..~ cio n It.i 1 itIe :" ()y IA-At -ytli.

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. i 1 n w ith him \''. I.
S after a two mnle
S',, ,.. -, t far as I could iii.,a
',.. i I I. ., resp ietable one, .ii.,
r, h1 -. h r-rcdi was detached at1d
l... i.i:. ind stone. I took no
l cvd of nunie plate or number, but fol-
lowed at the young man's heels and
was conducted to a room on the second
I r." I

asnE MA.- t .:,: Ns. IOUs.
r. .r. .'A-I fntur-.1i n A sitnlng room near
I..- 'il ..f' t,,. 1. iilS I ft.UIjd it VnL l
S;hii't. d n,,l Mr. t_;n-:y awaititig hi.,- ar-
1 I
-l p .i: i.-iit Is nu the unest rueo.ii," ho
S .1 ti e 1 0 C i il, LuL-. "'but I I- 'il.I
.' I. t h w \JV i4va.rlsd w Itb youe L.e.
S If. 11. 1 i-l y.l n tvi o u d r-
r.': I Inil 1 h l ai alt' a ouid IllLIg ti:' I'a5
,, 1 n -r', hl.v1 f,1 e."
"^.-"" 1 s.d ails he loukhed h3rd at
,ii :,,,- a, y,.un l2 p a:l. -tilonn-r, a .il I
.1 1 ii, ,;. .l,l. that 0 i Iu iOUJ.u.ird |,,,lUihl'
i. l i''.t v. i \ lh ih tl- g.o.o d v i l -i zt ,,li:'n
I.. lt, i f, l r-3. w ill hlil, S,,U tu

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S ', t1 1 ;1 ll' l ,fn 11o, 6'JI .I'"j, 1 0 ;., 1
>,i i to br,'.; tihe 6uch a fee," 1 prot ---
'-1d. "You spoke of cancer of the
iu guei. I believe, and the patient is a

E:;actly. Cancer of the tongue and
a womau. You will doubtless find it
i cessary to remove at least half the
'.ongigu. You: v not think such an
-pl'titlon wori-ti more that 50, but 1I
lave st tiled your fee at a thousand."
"Has the patient been told that it
may be necessary to remove a p,'rtion
ii.. 0 lin. i.i- a ni ril f-:r :
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A BEAUTIFUL PICTURE, Worth $1, Like This. W-
Sand our paper Jointly make the following offer to
subscribers: To the subscriber to both papers
from whom we receive the correct or nearest
correct guess on the number of hogshead of
tobacco to be received in Clarksvllle, Tenn., from
N--7. 1,1 .01..) I.:.'r. I. 1902. Irnclu'e. C5.li pic
SrnT."i i ll b. given. i,.' ,:.j as ]E cws:
Ir Recel\-edl frin )ecrber.J.,ini.*r-.. Fehre,
If Received in April, I- M .r IuFc.............
I( RFecetLvedL in July. Augst r-r septetbe-r
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Sill &ajc.-r,. a : i 'np uto: y [ .:sia ,l l re,..ve ore i.heir chr
20 I-Grandma's Tea 204-Husk;nq Time 207-
202-A Waif 205-Renecttion 208-
203-Rose Girl 2086-Bubbles 209--
Contest close% on October 1. 19C,
The orfc;a zii rnciimni rf tlhe Cla'kv'.'lle Tobacco Ecard of'
-.: i 1.3 be dtc.-i.d. Clrl'.-,le 1 3 E.:[r.a in -iti dark i,.ba

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-,.rL:ERf.IsE: I send rubscli:ti;r,n i cru.h pir-ers. anj ern
r.nir,eI-, i t.'. I -rue.ss itih number rf hc,3shead3 cf t .a.:cr -
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NOIE.-Tr.- -3ar2 rMny La crd-.J Cdo' arl jddect
Ito a dilreihi cCho ani lth6 ue.-Sc aleLod iL- y.-31.

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."Because"'-she was'v,Iy btisv ,is
tl 11-.i !t;l4 hi t r wL,.u I.,'li(ga half burled stoue w;tth ie tc.-
:t, : iir. ,,..r,, f:,riI., i of other shoe--"because you are a YnnI
Ff '.. it .- a.,1 [hi iji,..r kee,"
. : f o, fh if ,:f li 1, ,"uriu. Another swift glance met his pagi1
,l.ii,.dJ n, ( ,vr. .- look. Then she moved a little f.th i,.'r
.',. ^' ii, ,,ih 1 -' u Ivo t :l.'v.y a i Slsood half turOned from hiiil.
-:,,1.ws w en..uough O Ills Uirsi Impulse was to laugh. I,,l
4.n' cl-1dj nL a-f lady. II,:t ,passe.J almost ns It can,. 'i'b,
V.% as aLu, uUsrious and rarm. b.ruas buttonpN] rkllug lii t.
-Il iitshlil cheeks and bright eyes 'wItl
S.-J ar,: flher sUIrgpoon wtli, l sre ha.I Isteen.d to "Dixie."
I i c.p-n.d the door to II ,.,., a.ro.s his meunial vision. The
r ,i,',I. l. I 'e" night be an obstacle litI to
,: it r" lir, I. "I simply he lIn lhed l u%\ay.
r,, ive her uider hi "''" I 1 in nut a Yankee," lie said
p in, Tbel.;c whTi-.n 'yo'u vithl ,-|iii-h,,us Iam from Illinois."
l., et wotran. in'ut It -.., od a hlug lime to both that
.i pur,.iu of ber tongue I,--, .tt,,d In silence. Agail she twas
L tit lir-i tI. Sif'ak.
-r], in such a sar- *""', I. aru a u ful rain," she said.
SI Itic-R id bl, full In I'-.,. aI very wet rain," be replied.
,* doubt him, but "Oh, you are go;ag to iOst aboiJt it"-
t. rI,,. t. approach the 'But i am not J, stiog," be answert.
S.-I bnl e wonia aL;rg iL rapidly to w here she rmoI.
] t, i,'tu 'for mie I\hat I mean Is that you will get wet.
Su,,I,, ,- .,r ( the sort Thei. j.tL.r Is beginning to drip rrow
i 'l.-. gL c 1 i:s without tlit. Iars. Uerc." stripping off his
' ,It. C', "'oI. nte pi thJilm i around you."
S he .nr, mistake Oh, he Oh "s ad. stepping back.
I I ire,, fr,-lu the bed. "'Ttii y .must. The air Is chill, and
1.. v. as a case tf caa- If ou g.-t wet Yvou will catch cold."
..rag ot the surt." Bii you--yil"-
-I, '.. replied, lookIn Ii "uon't url ne a bit. Come."
'. I.1n,.,,!-',. ious w,[1oaa,- I, :t lilit-d. a 'ontmmanding rtone anl
a ai'.e. Inst(iad of a I[,.I ,,I -,iletbh ng elsf rtco inplished iS
J .. l 'Illhi_" r. ,.[ 1 I ls d fl(L ''

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( I i iatin "'Is thils v LaL ;.0
I [ IK L. r' f,-r- to niu'l i,ti : '
;'hi t e l i : pulled qI hie in11. '.
hi- ol i f : : h,1.r. "-Y- u V il -i ll
i" I of hI-r l,.,i i" ni
l [, '. It 1 fl u ol vec r [, r p i :l
ii,, . 'i ,, h," t-xrl.i lnin-d. stall in
fi. ::. I r ii d ti '.a I tI i-n a r -iLu
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I[, t l..'nl t h, ,i., ,- ,_,f thi- >-lr' h .,
l' "' ; lt'tite I. ne' and looked out
ii:. nli .f the fort, down
S', I' i '. i ,.' i r.in. SLe, having
,* ,l I, ..i. itl ':.. 1 it agaln on tier
I .1 "1, .-,.~1 fishing her skirt
ih ,-, :, i; I,-..'. rain had spotted
ii '. "i',I I sI ral timO es at his
I -. '.,.- nlth i t,r':Wd toward her.
I' 1::'j .i'i' i:i n of moving nor
'.' ,. : i- I .1lid she b-ccawe
ii I '--'.,' -F; 'it] iii was unbcara-
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' ,.t l .i L t to the othb rs.!'
SI"V ,i: I. 'L-'[ t -' 1 i go it .'u.j this
i..i,." h,. .ij. v. ilUiit turning round.
.'h '., r.t i i-,I.*.'i] ,i' silence, broken
,*::il, hy ii [in:i:]itonous fall of the
rii. l'iii'il.r, v i."u she had almost
L.,:i.i. up i4t r mhid to gather up her
shl.iri-ii.,' Lrun t., the hotel, a quarter
of a tuii.ta .-y. lhe turned and came
plhli.hl ti)J\;' d hb.'r.
SI'.r, 'LI i I=i na as nougln O10
tii. i li tuit 'ti.. quickly put ,h r
I ,il.I- l..4.'1.. lin ;:iIl stepped bac(k.
-- --id li'3 s f. .i, u nd stood ..i xre
jI. Frtr y into tlmhe eyes
tliat IZ-1~ aised to his almost appeal-
"IK.the lne." he said, "I love you;.
Wlill .,ou Lbe my "ife?"
A beatifnul color stole slowly from
the rilbiji at her throat up, up, until
it liujti,1t.hetf edge-s of her smna.l, per-
fectly fftIlnii eA'.rs. ll8s gaze held hrrs
for a mnju'pnit. tli-n r eyelids fell ami
their l.tis tallies s [ret .lher cheeks.
"'Mr. 1 .:r-e,." skln -:aid slowly and
i ..inat:i ly, 1 I s j sorry, but I -1

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Lh-, guess evein within one hundred
e. 0r~e kliun-m irt4 her vwaY a110-5
is~~~~ L-aly ctherrh sty-

ia aynfe rei;:,.n.u a
hsul-7 icr ir: ueo te .o papers whc
I of 1 idm'witng beauitill picture-s:
h;n Reach 210-Old Harpist
r New Baby 211-Baccante
rPet 212-Delores
2, at midnight.
iade to h figures upon which the
:. r arkti in the United States. To
it 10 years:
lbI l,-:,. I ,l' I t ,:,.1 .'00. 20,242
13 1-: .'.L.O0.i-N.: -..0l. 1, 23.043
2' Nov.l,'01.,toNov.."02.
,3 WHAT?
marketed ths year.
si rr.:a named belw--to bolh paper
03!.n K ll a guess te changed aluor 1i


iecd not i 'rite na letter

.3areri ce i
receivedd I | I
2. i0o be: I <
, o plcueo HOGSHEADS L-

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% h.i'-il &>-* p' jcd'-t]- ir?- cost nnnu 1. i
l .i. It I1.io a long imrue to getI i
l .1 i-.t i ht, and his armi wa s Tll
,...i.:i.I t-'r vL hen he looked In o het
i, -a aw that she was looking up
il.i iis. S.:.i:i .1 ,11 i i 'lu i'nw he'r clo-e to hlIm A n1I It'
,:- \.t-r. t udetrly:
* .~,i l, iart, I come from the n,.'rih
i) I l'.t a southern girl. Don't u.il1
Il uk ilat she? can love a northern iman
i i h. ti, le-il f lit is not a Yankeef'
sI..-. -iilSt-d t lie arrangemn-nt of hii'
. l.:'t ,luIvly. and then transferei'd
1 -'.iU tO his wnth chain. Lut
i. i, t tile t as not think ng of
over his shoulder, off intpoke she raiskd:
love me?" p l are't Yank-es?"
"',iialJil.\ now!" tie repliedl, with con
viShe turn. ed "' er head slorgwly frutlu
Y iItrdo,0-ni-ore than 0.W)) niIes"
:zio e*mmini-J the necktie again, looul \-
ed into bis e.es fur a ujonjt-nth nbu"
over his shoulder, off Into the rain.
"Katherine," he said softly, "do you
love me?"
Shie turned her bead slowly until
their eyes met. A wave of color rushed
Into her cheeks, and she murmiured
faintly, "Yes.S
"'And you will be my wife?"
With perhaps a sudden thought of
her surroundings and of a stormy day
40 years before, she replied. "1--1 sur-
The rain, as If to bide the scene from
any possible observer, fell more heavily
for a moment. Then It ceased alto.
gether, and soon the sun shone through
from a blue sky where the gray clouds
had parted.

His Early Home Coming.
"Does your husband carry a latch-
key. Mrs. Homebody?"
"No; I never knew him to."
"Oh, then be comes In early! That
iii.It b.- due to your training?"
*"Nt in the hast. Ti-ire Is always
,:..,'" et.:1 u:tit xltjn he geta -home-tn the
mw.. it LI' "-Chicago Hee-ord IHeralil.
One JuvenIle Transaction That
Seemed to Confirm a Theory.
"This theory," said the traveling
man, "that warts will go away when
you stop thinking about them may haVi
something in It, and I am inclined4to
have faith in It. I know from actual
observation that warts can be transfer-
red and will give you the case in point.
"I was buying a newspaper when I
noticed that the hands of the newsboy
were covered with warts. His stand
was within a block of my house, but I
am away so much the little fellow did
not know me by name. I said to him:
'You should get some one to charm
away those warts,' that being the meth-
od of getting rid of them when I was a
"'They ain't mine now,' he said. 'I
sold them last week to Teddie Stearns,
and they'll all go to him.'
"Now, Teddie Stearns is my own boy,
and I did not like to think of his
smooth, chubby hands being disfigured
with warts, and we did not live in a
wart atmosphere. They belong more
exclusively to thr barefoot hIv iw;tb
cheek of tan conditions. I had bee-n
such myself. wNVhe I went home. I
called my boy to me and looked with
somb anxiety at his handls. They weiren
as clean and %L bite as a gIrl's.
"'What is It, papar' he asked curi
'I am looking for wairt%.'
"'Oh,' and h.- idrev a long, dc-lightr.,
breath, 'the-re ain'l aly yet. bll thI -y'r-
sure' to come, for I I,,jughi i -illn filt ,
"';irro tty M ike" for a p;n. lh ..ie t
I'm sure I., get 'ea. .Ain' you gl:kil?
"Glad! I could have crutd. anil I hI
lieve his smother il id cry. tiu t Ihi I
blamed little cit. said hit \\i .lliln't Ie a
tenil,rf, 'ot. axid Ie W, llil iu..-- ,a I-s

I e h ita o irlat v'i

I ieton thle riot a< t to mImIi ana woi',i'
away for a month's trip. aud w\vlni I
came back lie t\as as pioud sqI I'i'. 'I
His hands had grown a eriop of wa-it
that discounted anything I1 .-v r ,;.w i
that line. I hunted up "'-'atrn lty 3.! -.i .
and, would you believe It. there wasni'
a wanrt on his haids!i He bad irans-
ferred them all to my buy."-Chlj.ii,

The man who knows a woman I; nws
the world.-"A Sulmmer Eymnal."
The people who help nis most are
those i, ho make light of uiur aclhi',-'-
ments and have f.ithi tu our peishlhi-
tles.-"Sir Chri.ttopher."
For things never come quite right in
this world. The threads s'eiO to slip
out of our hbua'< :i- ve n- gouug to tie
thE kuot.-" --i, ri '1 te.Na."
T tniet-' i it i.'- ..-. ':i :... 11: a n man
if y,'nin nut to kriv him t .eltir., inl-l
It lIIriits your n.-qui.itaiince with other
peo:.I. ai ler 'J.'-, ...J i- Lu\.-"A. Little
Gri Fhleep. '
P.ut if you are l1.i.tg for a wife,
Cal .-., (10i.-. "e tli? w. iihlan ye would
like t 1; ;' y" .L' tipiany through a
m r 'i's i- .'''*1..r i the Isle of
Mi i -"t .'.,, ..1."
V -:.. ij tb .... I," it ? hVllat w ill it

Foley's Kidney Cure
,naki. kidne Pand bladder riht,

bring lwr' fi,% i h -, p"-.
? *.-;.,d a W0. |].,1 : r1l1 l b,. ,1 h, t1.I l .jt
Pjay (..r It at tit .: i uI L I.u hel' ij..;.l't.
A'.I \VInan A.ljn).ED
As rule. lhe nit n hori Iui.n adraI1w
and th"i-wom.-in li I iii ivjii'. 1I '1l l.-i,'r 1r
ri-,ir ir the ti uth, fnr il is .1 l,- ,,|,I l\\aw
O1 nature Ith.I Liiin 1ul ,1nI .i ll
V',I". one a II.l,,h r II.rI.,,n.1 I |ht , of
the Liuai:nattllju.-".\ I',,i t .,

An Interestini Eiper!E!.--t V' :I. r
Pencil n d a l.t'ie '. ..,
Profr .sor \V. \ ,,,, r .
st ribed a rathe-r startili, 1 ,
.)n \\ leih iu o ne Iii. .
(le prai-tice. A lead pi:ii ] .,
up au inch or two in fr...i ..1
-creou \\Ith a s y l;i.h'kgi gI ,, I I
C,(3 -s art. :on'vrg-;d upr',hy I. ,' ,
uoint. the wire gatie It<..., ..
ni ht blurred -I of our . i.
,As the zI e ias a ri'.-- 11 i I
ring i.tt -n, toiw.-f .r t %i t% 'j ii 1.-...
can be- mflt cd ul,.l will n li,2 h, ti(,.,rt.
COun be ac(,roinI'odJ Il(-.,I for l l.ti-i \VI
slon of the co itbineil loIt I... i, tli-
Mesh. As soon a9 ac_- nl1iiilliitut-n i-
secur i the mesh Ie'onn 11-. I" -i'[ tl.
Bh:irp D, l alpe-ni-rs to 1.', n .eiarilI in tie
plane of the pi-1n' poiit.
If now tlhe i n len l in. '.-t; S..-nv
from the i cs. w\ lil(.h iare t, .* ;, pr
fixedl on the s-trron, 1it iiit:. i ..
e-s th rt-u lhi hi,-, h. h 7 '. .. . i ... ,,

t -*13,. it wV :1 ~I ...t,,'.7.1 ,

ln ages of ti _- ,i ,. n- ,, h i '' '
ui th-e --*r .
Now bLing thiP ;:' u tilp :' '1 .1 -,1
or elglht Ii'-he'li- ** I; laue i, .. t,
the me--b a -'pp ar- t1 J 1,! .ti.1 it.' hi- 1
to touch it illt tht fluh t. it I- *1
there. [h.: I i.g.-r f.,!', ii.,. i I.
spr.ce. the cie'in I l?111i ; in in-.itlly P
couple of Inchls farthir I'ff.
"IhI, Ts s I'rn..f' e- r V''.'-. I.t**
rill in eznr .-3 b e t h t at irtllrA i i n-i. i,,
I hanvi? ever :.i i te a ,r pi':ir.. n l:, -,
tornthblnig i..cup.n114 I' i rf,.,- 'I .i..--
nlte p,, itll ut ii li spi' L '. i',- :'i y(-'.
and yet If 1. il tit. t to i Ii, r 1
on It we? frinl il.t ItLI re' u-,LUiOh
thLee."-E.X. 1 .iiErL.
A Devoted Mother.
Although looked upon as vermin and
destroyed accordingly, the weasel I1
a good mother and probably treats her
young ones more kindly than many
of her human enemies treat theirs. A
weasel, carrying something in her
mouth, was once seen to enter a hle in
a tree. The observer, applying lighted
straw, soon smioed her out. She then
darted toward a-stone wall, near which
she was attacked by a terrier, which
speedily slew her. She fell an easier
victim because of the burden she bore
In her teeth. Anxious to see what thlil
was, the onlooker went forward and
found It was a baby weasel. The moth-
er's nest In'a held close by had been
plowed up, and she had been searching
for another home. As her youngster
could not run she carried it in her
mouth rather than leave It to perish.

iThe Adornment ol an Arab Girl.
Arab girls before they enter tie
harem and take the %ril ar- i Iuirli.i]-i
sIght lo bl..ihld I hl it ir -I' :irid
face aie ldy..- a baright- 3' I'-.W ''Itb
turmeric. On this ground i Ii
black lines with antimnony over Ii. ir
eyes. The fashionable color t..i i ,'
nose is red, green spots adorn tilhe
cheeks, and the general aspect is gro-
tesque beyond description.-"Sotithern
Arabia," by Mr. and Mrs. T Bent.

Cologne Cathedral.
One would think that tile identity
of the architect of such a superbly de-
signed building hIs the Cologne enthe.
dral could not possibly be lost to tht'
world. But it Is. The eathtdilni too!;
centuries to ltuild. and na iny nvacltitel.
have modeled parts of It uveo-iding to
their own Idens 'ili r-vsul its the imuol
beautiful cathedral in the woitl
Ioi>itrs!! <>ihers_-! Mothers!
Flow many children are at this sea-
-on feverish and con'tip~ted, with bad
stomach and headache. M.their Gray'-
Sweet Powders for Childiren, vill al-
ways cure. If will nis are present they
will certainly -rimc-ve them. At all
drenpi.ists, 2A5v. S' mple mailed FREE
Address Allen S. Olmstead, Leroy

N. Y.



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