Title: St. Andrews buoy
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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: June 23, 1904
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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'1. ANDREW\V, FLA-,


VOLX /LV.,


VOL, XIV.


JUNE


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1904.


NO. 15:


OFI'ICIAL DIRECTORY.

U. S. Senator-lst district, S. R. Mal-
lory, l'euiisacola; 2d District, J. 1'.
Taliafero, Jacksonville.
Representatives-lst District, S. M.
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d District, R.
W. Davis, Palatka; 3d District, Win.
B. Lamar, 'illal.A hee.
Laud INii.,:--i,.-.t 'r, Q. Robin-
.d.a; :..,\ct', Li. *S. !Lhui lb GaineS-
v'ilL'..
at.--G ,,'n r, X ,W i ;. S. Jennings;
s ... 1i C. Ci ,.v .ord; Treas-
uricL ';,v. V. 1C .r:,.,t AtLorney-
G.n. al l. J Wuaitfield; Tallahassee;
Comptroller A. J. Croom; Super-
intendent of Public Instruction, W.
N. Sheats; Comenissioner of Agri-
culture, B. ID. McLin; Adjutant-
General, J. C. R. Foster, Tallahassee.
State Senator, 5th District, Gen. Win..
(Miller, Point Washington.
Wasbahingtou County-Representative,
Lambert M. Waxre, St. Andrews;
-,: .(tnnii* Judge J. &. Wells; Clerk ot


Rtheiy, a. H.
SDanford; Tax Collector, Jno. P.
'a -Thompson St. Andrew; Treasurer,
r -'. Louis H. Howell, Vernon; Tax As-
s essor, J. W. Williams, Chipley-;
SCounty Superintendent, L. L. Pratt.
Vernon; Surveyor, P. L. Horn, Or-
ange Hill; County Commissioners,
SJ. W. Cravey, Chu., Miller's Ferry;
A. W. Weeks, Duncan; John Nelson,
Chipley; J. L. Jackson, Clarkson;
W. I. Singletary, Milville.
St. Andrews-Justice of the Peace,
John Sturrock; Notaries, W. A. Em-
mons, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court, WV. A. Emmous;
School Directors, G. V'. Surlber, Sr.,
P. NM. Grills, A.H. Brake; Post mis-
'. tres., Zadie H. Ware.
Millville- -Post iasteri, Henry Bovis:
Justice of the Peace, J. 11. Dykes;
Constable, J. H. Damfn,
Parker-PostiWaSter, MaI-tin G. Post;
Notary Public, W. If. flarke-.
Allanton-fPostmaster, Andrew Allan.
Andersou-l'ostuastr.'L, S. \V. Auder-
son.
Gay-Postmistivss, Mrs. R. Gay.
Tompkius- Postwaster, Emnery 'Tomp-
kius.
Bayhead-Postmaster. 0. C. TompklnS.
Cook-Post master, J. J. Fowler.
Wetappo-P-ostmiistre-s, Mrs. Dyer.
West Bay-i'ostmastvr, W.G. Hollyv.

Calhouu County Cromauton-Postmas-
ter, Frank WV. Hoskins.
Faruidale--Postmaster, WV. F. Wood-
ttord.


.THE MAILS.
The northern mails, via, Auderson,
Gay, Bay Uead and Chipley departs
every (lay except Sunday at 3:'-0
o'clock- a. m., arrives every day ex-
cept Sunday at 7:15 P. m.
East Bay mall for HIarrisoi, Millville.
Cromaniton, Parker. Pittsburg, Cook,
Farmdale andd Wetappo leaves St.
A" E-.ei ",,eve'y nior4ng except stlU-
day at 5 o'clock, arrives, coiniug west
at 7 (4lo',.k p. ili.
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RELIGIOUS.
Baltist--Church \Vyomiag ave. front-
ing Park St. Services at 11 a. m. and
7,30 p. m. Conferences at night.
-Prayer meetings every Wednesday at
8 p. m. Sunday School every Supday
at,10 a. n.
Mtetiodist Episcopal-Church Wash-
ington ave. and Chestuwt st Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday. Uev. L.
J. Braswell, patsor.
Presbyterian-Church corner Lorain.
Ave. and Drake St, Rev. 0. C. Dol-
phy, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. mi. every Sunday, .J(ia Str-
lock, Suapt.
Ca t 'olic--Clmurch corner Wyoming
Ave. and Foster St, , .
-- Giibert nas mad- the follow-
ing appoitintents: Will be at Mi llville,
Saturday before the fni, t Sunday at
:730 p. min. and the first Sundmay at II
S a. im.; at Parker at 3 u. m.; at Britton &
MeConnefl's at 7:30 p min.; at Gay's, the
second Sunday. at 11 a. m.; iat St. An-
drew at 3 p.m., at Nixon, the third
' ; Sunday at 11 a. m'; lat Span in's at 3 p. m..
at Tompkins the fourth Sunday at 11
S a. uM.: at Sulphur Springs at 3 p. m.

Parker Lodge No. 142

,- Regular (Jomnitui-
cations on the first
and tlird Saturdiay
ilk each ,,1,,ith.
'Visitiiig Brothers
FRATERNALLY INVITED.
W. HI. PARKE[R, W. Ni.
W. A. EmMONs,Secretarv

BUSINESS DIltECTOR .

W. A. EMMONS,
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notary
,.. Public for the State at Large; hIas


0regale fttekn& rzg-
ments, etc., anywhere Iin. Ilorida.
Special atteutlou given to laud con-
veyaunces and marriage ceremony per-
formed for lawfully qualified parties.
Office at the Buoy OffLice, St. Andrews
Bay.

A. H. BRAKE,
Notary Public for State at large. Of-
-- -t.. ..... ,,,,.,,-. of Lorainleave-


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
AT ST. ANDREWl, FLA.
One Dollar a Year in AdvanAce.

Enfered Sept 3i l19 ., at St. Andr-el,
-l'a., as second class ainlor, nntlr,
Aul of Cougress of' March 3, Ib9.


WILLIAM A. EMMONS,
P R 0 P R I ET I Rt.

Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
month. Position and extraordinary
condition rates subject to special
agreement.
"Local Drift,"5c per line, first inser-
tion; 21c each subsequent. Display
locals double above rates.
*
If this paragraph is checked with a
blue pencil it is a reminder that your
, O T-


or three, extra numbers wit6 be 'sent
you that no break may occur should
you choose to renew.


THE BUILDERS.
I have watched the birds inI spn'ijijtime
Building- along tlhe way;
From their hearts a sonic of joyance
flooded the g older, day.

I hiave watched men toiling, toiling,
A sileut, listless tliroin)n;
In their liearis tln-r.. dwelt ( 2oladut-ss,
From tlieir lips iliere fil o n song.

WVe h:v. w'andA..-ed I ke truant ,hildrun
Deep intito wa\v.s i ,t'ife;
L(3t 1n.-, builda 1 as, tlie tbird4S ar'e Iuhildinl.,,
S ini.'gi' -i Iajdi ,. -i, int,, lif:-.
G \V l\arn ti ,_.- 'i llt, ini .', illtol()Iitai t.

HIS QUEEN.
Two liftl' .a- o,>llo1.\ s i,) .rd>:, tl-he car,
N ,i-ily litp;,* y a- i ,:l,,) l,ib v., .:.,
And i lakii-" a s'.at n1"t fir a''oa ini 'o,
They c'liatted a1,u) t thleir l ba,.cball
S'11 il e."
And boa ted a I)ita-i slscoollI)o\S do,
Of t.Ilie liLs llhe\ tiade anid uu ,ves they
I hi r'cw.

And then [lie talk took a s ,lden turn
To tlhe liitorny lesson tIhey had to learn.
STomnorrow," ';tiiij une, ''we gotLter r'e-
cite
'B,.ut th ,ue-ne of England, anl' get, it
ri hit.
Queeu 3Bess ia the only one I kuow-
Get.l I nearly forgot, Viciormna, though.
Say. but she was tlhe dandy queen!
ShIe IneC'ver do've nut.-Iin' wicked or mean.
I bet y',u, Billy, that she wa's grand-
ThIe uiccst lady in all l ue cind."
Hli- hoard what his comrade said,
And thomghtfullhuy sook Ihi, 1;flxen head.
"Gua.sslle wa nice,all rightt" said hie,
"I '|posc that a queen has gutter be,
Er t Ise Li, fellers what runs Lie to\\ 1t
Would fire 'er prmob'iy, an' grab 'er
crown.
But she ain't th nicest I ever seen-
My ma is as nice as any ol' queen'
What was ever a boss in England or
France,
And -she'd be a queen if she had a
chance!"

Closely I scanned the speaker's face,
And the small trim form with its boy-
ish grace.
'Twas a man who sat in that wicker
seat-
A man from his head to his tiny feet.
As into thie hall at home he skips
The kiss of a queen will greet his lips
And I know that he lisps his evening
prayer,


At the grandest of thrones-a mother's
chair! -Milwaukee Sentinel.
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How Stumpy

Learned to
Subtract ByALEC
BRUCE
C(op riaizt. 1303, by T. C. AMcClure

In Munkersville everybody agreed
that Stumpy IDant was silly; not very
much off, but off. Pa Ment himself
did not deny it. Of course ma was an
exception to the rule and vigorously
denied everything and anything that
to'ted on--tue oftrness of .tumnly.
And toward pan,'because of his sitting'
on the fence attitude, she assumed a
frigid front.
"Silence is jes' the same as consent,
Dave Dent," she complained bitterly,
eying her spouse with a shrewish look.
"Shame on ye, an' him your own flesh
an' blood!"
But Dave paid no heed to these out-
ht n-c. A, a A snfnt+ vrf ffact.n- wnpas


If he dared. But. oh. subtraction, suib-
traction not even a standing black-
board example could enlighten
Stumpy's mind!
His long suffering teacher, like pa,
was nearing the exasperation point,
when suddenly a happ' thought occur-
red to her. She had observed Stumpy
on the curbstone playing marbles.
Sure! Ile must have marbles in his
pocket. He did have them, a bulging
pocketful, jealously guarded, an9V after
a struggle she successfully extracted
three. But it was all she coui|o to
get themni, and for days her soft, white
hand retained evidence of the getting.
"Stumpy Dent," she cried, with blaz-
ing eyes, "'now tell what I have done"
"Cobbed ma marbles," wailed the
outraged pupil, with streaming eyes
and Waggling toes.
"Hush, hushi, sonny. I'm going to
give them all back to you. I'm only
trying to show you what sua"""on
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ien iyou came to school?"
"TwelveY" shouted Stumpy.
"How many have you now?"
One by one Stumpy counted them
and considered.
"How many?" repeated the teacher.
"Twelve when ye give 'em back
it'me," calmly announced the hopeless
one.
From pent up forms a roar of boylbh
laughter made sensitive Stumpy tear-
ful and tight as a clam, and away
went hope like thie Gilmy wake of a
d reaim.
Of course Pa Deut soou heard the
story and look ad i iy at hi.s son. i He
hins lf li hid Iris1- the practical llustra-
tiou sclbeniet; Iut the lad was unrespon-
slve.
"Stumpy." lIe deatmnlel, slinking the
boy's fat hand a litt! rougiihly, "do you
like sch(,-u l "
"Yis:," vwas the glib reply.
"Then yon uu.-ist do better or I'll take
you away."
Now, Stumpy spoke the truth. He
really loved LIs tet-acher. School was
his heaven, and li his clumsy way he
had tried hard to catch subtraction.
But it w:isa't pa's threat that awaken-
ed Stumpy. To Da)rby PPeck, thIe town's
leading grocer, must be given the cred-
It. Darby had a way with him, such
a winy that for every customer his
rival, Bollinger, boasted, Darby could
set up four, and Darby had just open-
ed a branch near Stump's school.
"Naw, the laddies' trade ain't much,"
he admitted, "'but A'm a-caterin' t'em
Jest the samee"
Here hitherto Bollinger had held full
sway. But Bolllnger was mean, hard
as nails-; hoe didn't give marbles away
with every five cent purchase. But
Darby did, so Dnrby corralled the
school. Bollinger tried hard to get it
back. At half price., as a lure, hbe ad-
vertleL-d sqtieakinr balloons and sticks
of candy, the chowchow kind. %'S"-
wanted squea.kiu' balloons and chovw-
chow candy? And again Darby went
him one bettor:


T +
FREE! FREE! FREE!

Five dollar bill to the boy or
girl who guesses nearest the num-
ber of peas in this bottle.
*
His store was besieged. Thb school
playgrounds were deserted. Troops of
madly excited boys and girls flung
frantic guesses at the delighted grocer.
Ting-a-ling! Ting-a-llng! Vainly,
across the way, the janitor swung his
1ell high above his head, then down to
his weak old knees, and the brass gave
out its utmost.
"No, no, no; every guess must be
written, and I will take none till 8
o'clock this afternoon," cried Darby,
dismissing the disappointed mob.
But one boy, regardless of the jani-
tor's peremptory mandate, remained
glued to Darby's window, mumbling
to himself, his chubby fists clutched
tightly at the crimson sill, as he dump-
ed his toughened knees against the
freshly painted panel. It was Stumpy
Dent, and he was thinking-yea, he
was reasoning. Where had he seen a
bottle just like that one with the peas?
Ma had one just the same down in the
cellar. Sure!
Suddenly, when the white aproned
assistant peeped out of the. door,
Stumpy melted. Hookey? Fine he
knew what hookey meant, and ma
mustn't see him get the bottle-naw,
nor the peas! And she didn't.
At 2 o'clock that same afternoon Pa
Dent came unexpectedly upon his off-
Bpring. Pa seldom disturbed the stable
loft till the evening, when he brought
the horses, in, and therefore had Stum-
4W Qhatie It. a s f90it!f ge-a-zo fa fhim


operations. 'A newspaper spread length-
wise, the French prune bottle, a pyra-
mid of peas, Stumpy. carefully count-
ing every pea he dropped Into the bot-
tle, and on the white margin of the
newspaper a record of red chalk
strokes-that was what pa saw, when
his head topped the open trap.
"Stumpy!" he cried sharply. "What
are vron dinzry? WXIT va nrp vni nt>/< at


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WIM ]w;Iq 1".Q ,,..,IoeIi~
:ina u t w t.!jt Stt' p y -'
o'f tMe 'fill xz~.'i.a '< >
in--,gtm hrin raLk-ajuhzV.--f7
his thro~l xvtln L. I
ceheonsfor 'Rtx:inpr.
-nlow dli yen 'ou ipit, ,owe.i
ed when th-e desm.w' rstt*t
and the w ys e4t-i~


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"-." **..iiU uiLI aS 'irc ^W y,^ <
cellar. Ilrl':,'s ,04
size nt vr.l' the ?Ie .y z-T 1 e
ou thel neck. So I ulleA Ij'il
neait wi' ,,..is, emirth' d 'egn niit m,^ teie
newspaper fit' counett-.'.er .s I (ilh'd
It up ag'lu. That gi1ve a;;V--rtwvo-
one."
hia, ha, l.1 1uIhIed j'. gilnnt pa.
"'ome. Stumpy. Ind." he cr*l. count-
ing out five .liirn:ing lvtr ,!1.1 -4 l'ilr
the bill; "enrri ii' v ''lt put .inr a11:t -
ey in ,I b: h'n ,
It -was a m iniat'.ir:' in.'n 1'"1.* :. r :1 .
ny in the :!;i .t :' iri. a ,l (tJir i'. -, r r .t
tied n d r;'n : s:..i it ('d:o .;i, d 1,) (".:I o it
tie-vaillit I-(lu1 I .
"N.,v. Sl'nliy," : :!ill p-0| ril r ,; 'IVy.
"that's ye ir\ t l t .' sit. anl it ,I-.i,-vs
nliti 'rc-4t :it 'i -tIl .it (_,lit ( ;i.",
B',it -wLin (lit. iintili \\.iis )p ialn I ra
pried open thl. lid on!y thr-e shining
dollars dhitn lal.I l- i i,(.r c.-nt. 'Lu llipy
had learned to suibtract.

Applicant In tle Wrong Room.
Dim'ring the :(.-iieiji lit i of a pihysilal
exauwinatio'n cf c.-atdidates for )hlrCes
on the< ,-P l'-.o t'orce il aity h:il :I iniiili
nlialnnt'rri HI u1:1.i .inl' Lr' td ':no itl. ronic
anlift soit-hvw g it mixed up v. ;th the
islir:ant- I,,r i.lace'- oil te.,frr..e. Hi.
'was in-triih't Ad to i r(:nu', -li.s lothes
partly. aud I iu d, f w ij niuts wVas hard
at work \\iili itLu othi'. tlt it in the
ro.ouIi, I' ii'i) d 'liriiiln-ells. ibtlalitn' his
"'host ai.d ai]il,-rg,,iug a g":i!r;Al ltly';i"
1 1 e ; :1i1I iI I :I r :t,-I' .
"I'u ar,,'. :i1. the ren u." L w.-s ;LarOn
cDW.lHii 'd, ;and. oan a t:.-Jt. l.' i ;.->d' [Lit
ir<'(uit (,f' the l 'Ould a l. ni tl tim '..
Aln;,'t out cf l 4a'c.th. lie slipped
thi-li arnid iii-ii;i(_ l:
"'ii ,ak ; li.t-.. \. hat el.;e liare I gjt to
,lo '1,1 get uiy li n..e'" .
"Wlaiat liceusi .'" quCried Aie .surgeon,
in surprise.
"Why. ity marriage lIce 0. That's
what 1 can-e in for,'" 'L!e' w
*Qy- -h* (i->.-......____ Thu ret
the wrong roorf. I tht ,-ht ytu want-
ed to be a policeman. The license
bureau Is downstairs."-Phiadelphla
Record.

That Tired Feeling.
If you are languid, depressfa and in-
lcapable for vork, it indicates hat your
iver is out of order. Herbinm will as-
sist nature to throw, off headaches,
rheumatism and ailments akin to nerv-
ousr. ess and restore the energies and vi-
tality of sound and perfect health. J. J.
Hubbard, Temple, Texas, writes, March
22, 1902:' "I have used Herbise lor the
past two years. It has done me more
g-ood than a'll the doctors. WMen I feel
bad and have that'tired feel I take
a dose of Herbine. It is the 1-ts medi-
cine ever made for chisi arid fever."
50 cts. a bottle, at the Tradin-Post., St.
Andrew, Fla.



Ile Tissue

P&.per M^n

By WILLIAM H. OSBORNi,

S"'',i:, i, 1: by T. C. Mcjlure


Th'l'h n ,id kunckc,! gnctly
.'ab;i:,,v. ,,,d's door and harn
-'rd. Mils Ca the:'wood] loo]
iid t,:s-,-d it t' thie n'tfl ,r.
"ob, the dickens'" -1i. sa91
Tt will be seen at once that,
Miss .'a; ther.A\ood was a youi
'etP-ily anud ch.rn'iiiiig persouJI
t-ristics, she hed decided
about various things. On
things was Mr. Anthony '
wiho. as appeared, was wait
for an aundieuce with her,.
"Tl'P ditikfe!"


erwood. "I suppose I shal h
him." Mi.s Catherwood's min
pened to he withiin earshot.
"Who is lt?' she Inquired
informed. "Dear me." said
erwood's mother, "why, Mr.
Wadsworth has always ap
me to Lie a very proper young"
"That's Just the trouble, m<
turned n Mlqs sCt-hrn'wcod. '


MIss
int] a
at It


frankly.
nithough
Slady of
Schari'c-
opinions
'of the
sworTh,
" below

ma'Ii.


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"eT-o see
ler hap-

he was
s Cath-
Inthony
arred to
an."
er," re-
le's too


was there io Iprop)ose to Nllss Cather-
wood, and he proposed. lie didn't do
It very well, and Miss Catherwood.
who had had a proposal or two be-
fore, as shie listened to him nade moii-
taHl comparisons that were unfavorable
to this particular suitor.
"Don't-don't give me your answer
tonight," implored Mr. VWadsworth. the-
peirpiratlon standing out upon hliN
brow. "Walt-wait until tomorrow %
night. Take time."
Miss Catherwood, who would bnve
preferred to end It at once. assented.
She said with all the coldness she crumh
summon to her alI] that she wonld
consider it that she would wait until
tomorrow night. 'And she had a rea-
son for It. She had an engagenient
with Tommy Boggs for the next ni"rlit,
and she Intended to write a short note
lor Mr. Wadsworth to receive whlien
le came. That would be the end of
3RAf'adsworth r


T


o\t-rw\\ lhe.li iim. ii .., Catliher oud,
wllei It l -was all oLTr, drew a sharp
breath. "To thluk," she walled to her-
self, tlihat I have rofust-d such a man!"
The next night Mr. Anthony Wads-
worth called upon her. She iet him
at the door. She was radi1t t.
"I-I've enuLie to ask yCir pardon,"
he said eo',niritely.
"For what?" she inquired.
"You--you hav'on't forgotten," he
stammniered, "about--bout my-my girl
last night. I-I don't know why I said
It. I felt reeklcess, I suppose."
She iuglai'd joyously. "That," she
said. "Is the only part of your speech
last night that I hbad forgotten. It was
just superb."
He laughed. "Dear me," he answer-
ed, "that's nothing. Every fellow in
politics has to do that. That's not the
question," lie went on. "There's some-
thing else."
"W-wiat?" she inquired timidly.


A FrJslhtful Acld ,at.
A laborer was on his way to blh
work one mniorning as a through train
was about t) pass a little station
where a crowd lihad assembled for the
way train, due In a few moments.
.A child who lihnd tradedd to the edge
of the platformin seemnod itil-..ut to lose
hir bulahtince in iher effort to get a good
view of the oncoming engine.
QiMlc ;:; a .asli the workman Jump-
ed forward, tossed the child back to it
place of -anfety and was himself graLe,
Lby the cylinder, wbhleh rolled hilm over
on thie idatforinrm pretty roughly.
Several p.-olale hainsteil to hiN as-
sistVnCe. lut lie rose uninjured, at-
thounah wvith a face expressive of grave
concern.
"Confound It! Just my luck!" be ex-
claimed, drawing a colored handker-
chief, evidently containing luncheon,
from his pocket and examining It rue-


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utJIJ.Li3Jf- au ,, u. LRiitn q-y n 'F i
man whom she rather liked. was goin'-
to do for her what no one:- had ever
f one. He was going to tike her dnwn
to'a- big political rally in tlhe 'Four-
teentb ward-down where she could
see politics as it really is. Sle I,,kak,.
forward t9 it with pleasure. Shie lik, -I
to learn about the real thiuigs tli.tt rezi
men did.
She starteN with Toinniy laolout 7
o'clock in the v.onlng in order to ga-t
a choice Pent In the laidles' quarters.
She left the fantkl note with her n',,th-
er. with iistructtens to hand it to Mr.
Wadsworth. She told her mother
what It was. Iluot mother, who was
a very tender hearted old1( lady. mlet
Mr. Wadsworth at the door-he came
at 8 o'clock sharp-and Mr. Wads.
worth was so) dowplnh:arted when lie
fodltd that Miss Ct'lherwood was out
that the old lady thought she would
keep the note to herself.
"I-I'll cnall tomorrow evening," said
Mr. Wadsworth treimulously. "She
probably forgot last night that site
had this-this engagement for tonight.
n lough- I'll call tomorrow night."
DL)own In the Fourteenth ward. In
Bailey's hall. Tommy Boggs and Miss
Catherwood were having the time of
their lives. The campaign wans in full
blast. Election was near at hand. Miss
Catherwood kept her eyes on the
speaker, and she listened to every
word he said.
"Isn't he flune?" she exclaimed to
Tommruy. "It's just great to be a man
like that, a mi:n who can sway men."
There was a burst of applause from
something more than one-third of the
crowd as the man upon the platform
paused In his speech at the proper
pinlae. Ie was a paid campaign ora-
tor, aid he was good at that. But there
was .just a bit of dissatisfaction visi-
ble u4on the faces of the crowd. A
man pear&r 1Miam Cathorwood moved
aNOutwunensIly.
"Aw -," he said, "why don't they
bring" on the alderman? What the
the use o' this?"
Another man nudged him. "The al-
derman," he explained, "ain't a-goln'
to be on hand tonight."
As he spoke a stout, man entered
from behind the scenes and stepped up
toward the front of the stage. He
was cheered loudly.
"That must be the alderman," whis-
pered Miss Catherwood to 'Tommy
Boggs. But he wasn't He whispered
for a moment to the speaker, and the
speaker nodded and shook his head.
The big man raised his hand.
"Ladies and gents," he said, "we'd
fully expected to have the alderman
with us here tonight, but I'm givin'
it to you straight that"-
He was interrupted by a mighty yell.
"Hi, hi, hi!" yelled the crowd. "What
ye givin' us? Look behind youl"
The big man turned, and everybody
looked and howled. "Hooray, hooray
hooray!" yelled the crowd. .Miss Cath
erwood looked with the rest, and their
she gave a little gasp, for the mat
that the whole crowd was looking an'
yelling at was a young man attired ir
a full dress suit. Ile was bowing.
with conventional stiffness, right and
left, and he was none other than Mr.
Anthony Wadsworth.
"Tony, Tony, Tony, Tony!" yelled
the crowd. The big man stepped for-
ward. "Mr. Tony Wadsworth," he ex
claimed by way of introduction, and
pandemonium broke loose. Mr. An-
thony Wadsworth stepped forward a
pace or two. "Ain't he corkln'?" said
the loquacious individual near Miss
Catherwood, "and he always comes
here in a swallowtail suit. He knows
what's what, he does."
Wadsworth nodded, and the crowd
became instantly silent "I didn't in-
-tend to be here 2C7ight,'" he explained
He hesitated. "The fact is," he went
on, "I had an engagement with my
girl, and she turned me down. I didn't
have any other place -to go, and I came
here."
This, in black and white, amounts to
nothing. But it was the way that
Wadsworth said it that took. "Ha, ha,
ha!" roared the crowd. "Imagine


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"whethely-whether my-my girl Is go- "Why, tloe salt and pepper's all over
ing to turn me dowu tonight? If so lie hinrharb pie. and the eggs-well, I
F've got a meeting In thile Fifth district. ,kert teliTng ter somethin- wouln l bap-
The boys are waiting for me." pn if sine didn't boll 'em harder!"
Miss Catherwood stepped toward him ....
and held out htier liaind. "'They can't C;.iuioo rt aRIliltinan.
have ..I l; e an:s\\,c-'dl gently. "A n- P.lu- lk]iis \ .iri'' i l i n t the club
tholny WaladwaLrth. alderman." the aibt'r ) ,rii:ht anild drew lhis chair
cluse ti)I tlie lire.
Somothnai Surpmrlfimg. "I vo 'Oirni't I e' inn Fr'gll.lrnan for
"John." i.t-ii iroL d Mrs. Biifiklus cold- anytliihln lie .!:.wit la ,ed. '**They have
ly at thle br'eakfast table. "you were tlie ),)ist Ioltilolls ;:Il('.'ites on i c-
saying sorfe rather qun,'er things in orl."
y3'our set-Ip hlrt niglbt. aou Y mentioUed -Y,. ii awrn' prr, i- Ilinat. Illh Jove!'
sonioll:ing ;.l,,ut ilt ip and a full -vdl iMr. AL..n-tiaraiw hi. ;s. -lo lived
hou n otlh-r tlainva al-ox; that line. \VIa t "i c:ll." "'',, a t, i i|lln;,i ns. .w .!" tit.
w ,. ',. .v...n t;al!.::a.- ail,_,iti '. rn Ii .I a' ,,,n ,,a ,,,,'rr-'. ".-r, ian-'., is thoe
I,.II Mir ili Lns fI.-1 llhis w ife tlnt r r i I I ., l; ;,:!iw i, ,o1 it nit (le'-
K it .. v',.;-. tI!-' r,.1, oe hf t -In Cwoin aln lI 'J,.' ., Ii t. 'i 1,, i',.:1 i-d! ai,Iat .-nt
wliho .l...- iI ,iit Ilie otll.ce amn l tlat lie ueN t to r.r P *I 'ave ill-. -t ,,)i .lt a
va prl.,!.:albvy dreti; ilnlt al,.jit a frill .to\v-.' s:i, i ni ... So a\I o I.' .id tlho
hoii-te d,,-v% ,I t >lhe .,hw' thie other otla'r. 'l it iii tn-e is tin-. trest on eartll .
niln ? 'fl, 1 til1n:iy lpa;Il r's ,oLld have It cokis ny brIn:nki;inst Itu ";ilr :i limir.'
,you Il 0liesa tlat Il' did. hit lie did a,ij rl(, h ;rt. ".i,, sai, te V ei .oil,
In' r. 'that iqn't tinyttaiiig. I ( n 'ea.it my
"' '.".' I,,,-,',ilv. IrIa ,n'inl g of tlie stove in ive niiir. es.' "
poiL'.r .g-.rine 1 slit in tll:t nightt" lie 'r- And (, '- ,.n Mr-.Algernon In n'.,-kin. :r.
pliNe.,] wiHl tll,.t lattil: an < at "I lus-t knwld od llh:1' tlie tll.E Ishman did
$',.17 i1 !..:: g;iia>.-. Iy li cai I ('t I< i' A! a. lfi t ,i.'.i.; for that
n1 W 11;1i' l,.r :I .-t-['',,' .,rt \% ,','I; ." lour of Sleep'.
id Ml .\i'r:: i'.ifl'kii.s -'e.ra, i i mi lirust Though ini.si:,ni ia is Into ta-irs anad ta-!l hiii ai brte and go very bad fr. ic(.:;tln ialUy i people sleep
ri-tLt sir.ii ht .a.a-k to hir m their ? The too nu,.' ll. "'la mncl ,e'p is hirlliful,
cuIHi ii' wrilr and tl he j''kesmiths and event a newlonrl Inifant ouglit uot
woiild haie ytu tl;nk sine did. But to be allowed to spend all Its time In
s811 d,.in' t. Slnunmber. Between one andl tvo years
-Yii iiu-.t bt n bum pokerlst. John." of .agea' niild nelds sixteien to eighteeu
se si *l s,'urii-flly. "'1 don't believe hours of sleep; front three to four
Yaou kin' 'w a st ralgightill from a four-
ou- -hl.> I ;I- sti' i ttl) froe a four- years it requires fourteen to sixteen
tuJ.;,. I *o.v! 1 .vunld give you three hours; from four to six years it ought
Lil-;s anrit-,ieat yul to tlhe jack pot my- to h.ave thirteeu to flfteeu horn's; from
P-il. \ lint dil you think you were six to nine years it should have ten to
d,,in.-,]...^inI paost holes or playing Ptwelve hours, and from[ nine to thirteen
n'",':"a.. 'tS Se't. yea.irs thle proper allowance of sleep Is
eight to ten hours. After tihe comple-
Fl-.>t'l>;i Kl t 'or a llti.Xaud. tl L'iitl early. il ltlie ill,., ,. -itb c.a-lury be brought down safely to six or eight
it \v;I0 4 .'4I V ;i ii<.'.< t C!I.Zt,.,iL i netJcced hou s.
it IiI .,;-4. 7-'.,- .i i.:;) ii. ifir ltne sIle p1 -hoters
I 'I i;-' I r iil :i ;in iiniual ggame A E.santp!e (of Sie.. li ravado.
f., I,:,A1. .\ll ibe anvailalale women For stern brav ado. say, thie United
to-,k pi,.i, ;, i i '.,. itllu suirrounded the Servilce Magzine, It would b e hard to
players and urged on their sisters, rival the feat of Ensign G1lls, who
wives and sweethearts In their strug- saw a stray torpedo coming slowly, but
gle. directing their efforts by word of surely, toward the anchored torpedo
mouth and encouraging the exhausted boat Porter in the Spanish-American
to struggle on and secure the prize, war. lie sprang overboard, turned the
The honors of these unusual combats, nose of the towpedo'in a safer direction
strnange to say, rested more often with and screwed up the firing pin tightly,
the married than the single, for the so that it would not -operate. Then,
men selected their wives from those treading water, he saluted Lieutenant
who showed moat prowess and endur- Fromont and reported. "Sir, I have to
dance ou the football field. Hence all report I have captured a torpedo."
the better players were mated and "B-ring it on board, sir," comhimanded
frequently more than a match for the Freniont, and Glliis actually did so,
less tough and skillful maidens, though swimming with it to the ship and fas-
the latter fought like the knights of tackl to it.
old for the lady of their choice and to
the death, a strange reversal of posi Proved IIer lemponslbilitTy.
tions, which doubtless had its corn- A curious Incident occurred at a rail-
pensaling advantages, when domestic way station at Kingstown, near Dub-
differences arose between a tyrannical lin. 1 wealthy lady one day demand.
husband and his former footballing ed a ticket on credit, saying that she
consort. had forgotten her purse. The clerk
Saved by Quick wit. naturally refused to accede to her re-
Isabel F. Hapgood, the translatorpf qest, whereupon the enraged lady
many of Tolstol's books, once visited went straight off to her bank. drew out
the great Russian, and during her vis- a hundred pounds in gold and, return-
it he told her a story of one of his an- ing to the station, shoveled the sover-
cestors. This ancestor, an army offi- eigns through the pigeonhole of thie
cer-, was an excellent mimic. One day hooking office In front of the aston-
-he was imnipersonating the Emperor wished clerk. "There," said she; "that
Paul to a group of his friends when will teach you that I can be trusted
Paul himself entered and for some with a return ticket to Dublin!"
moments looked on, unperceived, at
the antics of the young man. Tolstoi Never Surrender.
finally turned and, beholding the em- There is no defeat. Don't admit it
peror, bowed his head and was silent. for a moment. Never surrender When
"Go on, sir," said Paul. "Continue the last second comes, make the last
the performance." thought hopeful, the last breath brave.
The young man hesitad a noment .The man or creed that tells you it is

and then, folding his arms and imitat- too late speaks hopelessly and in Ig-
ing every gesture and intonation of his norance of the great mystery, for we
sovereign, he said: -are the great mystery, fragments of -a
" "Tolstol, you deserve to be degraded, fate, a future, not wIthln our compre-
but I remember the thoughtlessness of henslon, beyond the speculation of the
youth, and you are pardoned." thing that dies.-Schoolmaster.
The czar smiled slightly at this Getting Out of "It. -l
s peech. Mrs. Unhappy (after the c/tarrel)-
"Well, be. it so," he said.-Cleveland When we were married you said you'd
Plain Dealer. be willing to follow me to the end of

the world, and now- Mr. Unappy-
Inaulted. Now I desire to call your attention to
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>'%^ __.- refr.-ihii ]ii n~ I. L i ia , i,, ., t; all the -pti iicipa l siige.L V Ci i lA.,--ft itIl
= ;^ hte, K i T. ri-.-t ble. in- LI i)ts ill p ,>,ducLii i s aimd ui ti l.l pr '*,,*l dl
,*UM ^ I.-,. l l-h Report of the Proceedings of u i ..g ii:ra.
.1vo 4, ill F 1.1,1 1 J 111,
7-i --r;:. o t I H 1' ra l k-' the Meeting Monday 0 -' rl- t ie-- ^
I-r -- -msIH_- Ut-- -,tillr-'. I Nighto .HO iUS.'
jq i.eit a &ot reTar iler~n i I r hl lr rI, r,,,, t r.'itl.-riee \ ith ei.l>I( ol Thiei mqiteC O LS;i ^ ea
wind iq t a l r.*vl,-.ia 1- ni.ti\- p'e l ol"tr.hrI'IT eie was quite a general attend,- I I a V') heard o1 little Japan?' utI t mateIs
or and if the ail.rp n,-.tiiit- ti d ii t rmy- ,:,t,,,,J ,.h,,il .u ., l ;i ti e of citizens at the adjonined \V if yiou ha1'm r you s.xU: ee iipiire-d.
poqgihle hi mia ke ch...dnlp tiorit it m'i- >...*,, I-,T c> m,,ili a iV fer. an1ul i
,r ..dt..t", l ,,.,,t t, ,. .,u i, M ,Ilav t,,,rr,%, iti th r nj' A M IF. ,eetiug of I le Celehrafion Organiza- H >ul. i tr
thev ca n. ,, ,t n a hJt". -i & KlJ '-i r% 1; at t ..I t [til ita ti lr 2, [iSe .]ih *tfl at
St aoll a l odald't leh C ream P arlor-h f i ttl,, n suls ( f .l an Th er-
The g',verr tinuit bully.v lto der .. a o' n:hk.. ,t'- nillir,..r s o. t i lonIljay n ht.I li r tleJa ,a ,'t
)ei anchor ,o the f;,v in t i I,[i k'J 2,.f *i "' The meeting was called to order by Sl i,jt-; u. an 1 )-t1, 1ia).D LlitIn liD., J I
,.. l t Iv,--,ti Itnhe l{. it ir.]- f t,- il tle president, the ininutes of the pre- B -, muay in lt l. -- -
S, f .hii, 'S"'ictv will n,,t itlil r-;.to. vious ineeting rcaul, and reports ol T ri. .. o r.ip litl- 'J r ri
'f i Bc h r. C le op atra A diti d fill' A\ I ,\AI. ,; r.ill (o. M iur i fk M ] -fr. -.XtI. I L l ^ lo \ r i > l l l a i~ .. i r -
alachic ,h .le,, patra n. jled f, l I' l. v fII' ,,n ,\ith il ,.ban .Ie .t cumn itiLtees being next in order, a re. L j tlt:L mt.,ti, o 2._) ceits ill
"The etr. 'lar?,.,n aliv.- i',,rn th - Blaik \V: ran>.i L s ... h,,rth., r ni, lpoet Ilnr thse solicitltg cotnlhI toee icitigti at[,co, a +"!'Y of i. l' ea -,-.:. .
3,,utlh at 3:3 Lj Friiay z>tlornu,,,. A,, eirtj-it (t..t on lii ,'ir pat '..r. 2., I wa called for%. tjIl g r ill be mailed to any aI :,'.- 1-,
,,1:00.: p. zlu. ytn.-v e ,nado i" r: n 'l k t, ,it tal ....I-- l"ii r- It developed that 0. D. Knowles ItL i, ;ntd L t., b ei,. :-d c(.lb,,
1 )pp ..aranc on t. lta. ti.i : i I' a blck. I, t'.IcJ, :;t th,'1 li4), was the unly nielber of thle commit- 'l'ea a 1 M .iic Supply (C... No. 4G 6 \ ;.Il -!-ii
app~earancet; torn tlthe w.,,t. ,)it|,.,..I"--... v
.... ... ........ ... -- ;o1 :ar.l, at. his i,',. ,r.^ain i.:trl.t tee who hai cireulated his suibscripI- \Ve, N; l ..i e t, New Yolik. of iti, l ,
V'A 'K :'I' O<'HIU CLEOPATR.460 Ir ltr.-d tit ',trni.i: the t,,t.t of tions aumounting to $22, with $2 Thrown irom a Wagon. 1thiLg
i.. i: h acI'" c'-^ axn the.. tn,,it ti h. :sle;I,.,> t., all paid i1:rasn. ro i
iNI d.` aI wtl)gi"k
.- -'--,--L- u^,a^An ^.Eri '- r"1'''1''ciek hait~e~t' t~mfill lef ttne *oS'gaizatillo LIM R- A
*-., weather perit"tiug). 3pcial a >ten Lain's Stomach and Liv.r Tabl]ts and a ally where it wae at the djournieni ,,d-it", ,e aimn he r t wap
tion will ie given to-receivi g' and4 quick cure is certain. For sale by L. of last week's meeting, as wit1hou.. Icck i3 L well-known ti- very docile
forwarding freighttor n)arties living on. M. WVare,t St. Andrew and Bayihead. f-undt s none of the leat ures of the ', !ti l'I:,i lc,. The"-e is would rol
Ea.t and Nor)1t- H.ay, H..se.llgeg- for and all medicine dealers. : o of wih i,,
points on either ar ttof tihe Iay (an -Provision has been made and men- elebrationi could be provided iur. hOth),11ii e l Iu i ',,t l .Dijm for sprains i wt,
dependortttipon at eaoui.ing pIe r(ptts ey appropriated to pay the teacher for The barbecue ,, ittee being and b'itsesv. It ll etle. t a cure in one- thileh cnJ',
deped iipoy appropriatepd to pay theii E theachere fored c ay o her th pctnt
Dortatiton' at reasotioatlde rate i. For1 "aly oter t
Further inrfortrti.ioaprIly to a five months school at Pittsburgf on called upo), repited i that ihey Cunld third Ile lime r..ilired by other t. spectit
L. M. WARE, Agi. EastBn yand applications for the posi- et all the imeat >iee,le,, bnt 1, i ... t IIdIIlitit. For A*11l-% L M W,. tildll mei .ue t-r Odd
.... tion of t,-acher are now invited. And e aiJ r.i le. iiiiall medicine nnIrn to
be given solin i-lein ul' hu wimuc hI' a I P r Words very
NA.PilTHA IAIINH, Wizard Ink ''ablets, Price per p apa" nd
L A 1 t Abox 10 cts. Put upeight Tablets in a wanted anid niittt lia Io I' tpnd.. l ,> t' l- kcer's na
Ij A. g)A bThei) r eou iip (igiu -i-.w-cinasp
,~ 'j box. One box. makes ten ounces spleu- or it. i The Grfork 'ear. would class.
(Carriei the East, b %v Matil el 'weenl, (. did ink. Economical permanent.; abso- The committee on intsic a.keid fo, Th *ll l.- n u oef three (fkSll))cal
it pointAdrw. BVLeave to Aud iter iail lhty iut dillibl+o, covenlent, non-corro- at.hoty to li.e otr iii ti ririni:t*us enumerates ho
ieeept 't Lndal) at i:I a, ni.; ari ve a sie. At the Buoy office authority t tol Ilutc...l Tl>.I i y ,ti l] n. sign," says hef
Wetappo ati 2:!:0 p. m.; leave Weta-pp -1-or a bedroom suite, iron beds, which was grate. later. fu"orl intur, :.. ttlnvry siet Grmanyg, of fru Living in
at I:0)p. mi.; arrives ,ttt 8t. Audlre ws at springs, mattresses, chairs, wicker Commiuttee On ib,,at lacing repolt- s pillar (ivljtn o.t the year prevailed, note from c
7:30HaP.rrion, eromanditg, ParegrlPiryat rockers, center tables, kitchen safes. ed that it. .ntld be inmpotqble te, for Tt'ilu insale.s the caustic remark driven to d
Harian, Farmirlale. PFriht landed at cooking stoves, floor oilcloth, mattinff, pride for a launch race, but a ail- thot aning tl:e Germnan, winter, spring dent result
barg,aind Farinfinle. Freight landed at poiefraluil ae iEatal
nY puVatofice wharf. lori passenger ;n window shades, lace curtains, trunks, atd clllllterll" ti\eo a tneaning andem andulcers, etc.
fMeight raLtef, ee ri-te ci rd in the s11v- sewing 4achines, etc., go to A. H.. boat riice could lie ai rai, aso a D .iiijt ti tiit pi.ple the ama and a uers, etc
eral pi)stilffices. Brake. as it vwa knov\'n 'vlt"\ h i izte cmlu, be l.Iee-.igs ub' atIitiL.n ParO alike un- len's AArai
F. A. \ L* L LttLL. Manage. -landsome letter heads with St. offered, and the clail lya [, L knwc. It I, ,ot ikely. then, that our oalth. 25c.
B dSaxon" fou\iFttlI.ers ri..-e acquainted
7A. -, Andrews Bav date line and views of \Ware, jr., offered tq ,iiate a guold- with thk, lst nuiii,. .vason, and our
A eatlier. eitherSt. Andre\wsBluff,or Buena Vista n i n r SI
lined silver(-,il) fom beItie irrt jimlz very terni atm s coo he MS
Lhe following table gives the maxi- Point, at 8c. per dozen: also lnap ofthe lRoianver ter lue. Gentlemu is an's echo of the r
rme, minitnun and mean tempera- St. Andrews Bav country on back of a Wimll. Vicke iry eloi ted tat I.uita- z ane --yow so?
tures, the riflfa1i and direction of the letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the ble lumber could be had a, M31illille -you are sw
*ind,/or the twenty-four hours ending BuOY oflce .t $7 per thousands fet. teloettv of 11aindrops.
lt 1 o'clock p m. as indicated by U. S. -Thi St. Andrews Bay country is W lar Of -opr.sAe wve :il ko, w tvb t i t would There Is
iovertmuent self-re-gitering thermoinm- noted for its general healthfulness; WiladPratt ,%%s added t til be ni itter hieu'siblllty for storm busy and t
rMA. Max:,MiI, Mea n. R'n. W'd. still people sometimes e-et sick here boat racing conl.l1ittee ili place oe clouds to for;'i I)]] rnin to fall were it
Jn. 565 77 0 sfrrtie I,,rty viiiI niles of atmos- N"tc (
ua.15 t9 6 77 s and need medicine, and that reminds Samuel Surber, %hI c,),uld ii li;t serve. n-t frv t e I ot atmos- .But ,
16 92 61 sw phere tat r hes alov our heads. But,
1 J7 61 76 .00 3 us that W. H. lParker & Co. always the coanimittee Wsa. then inve-teId with supposhg it w-re possible for human It is orde
S 1$ 92 I 7 .00 I s carry a coml)lete stock of patent and ul power to ari,,i,,e all thie dletais beings to exist In an atmosphere that Precinct N
S 19 92 I 68 80 i ) s proprietary niedicines, guaranteed to only rne to a level with their mouths, clanecd f,
201 9 69 79 .00 s culre almost every complaint that flesh he ace. and thbit storm clouds could form in School Hou
21 91 70 0 .0( 8 is heir to. A motion to ecoisiler ithe luca- the rpgon outside such a low grade one mile D,
1,orwek... 91 65 -8 .00S.e change be r
.-. -- - A. Thali wedding. li ... ... ...... .. ...... .., wouldd I ,ve ai fatal to earthly crea- '
Tte1h coin. Int many parts of India Hindoo glrls govoe prevailed, and a bibe(lent wtures a f t were a tel bullet fired
he origin o "trlin" a applied re wedded no* with a ring, but with a ,, ture .i It w. ie tel bullet re
to coinod money is tlus given in "A necklet or thali. At the wedding of thae not nthiat it hnI. I lc go rom a finite gun. London Nature.
short Treatise Touclhiar..! Slheriffs' Ae- daught~erofa hi:il.llm r iig tl.v. M'ulm ?ln. cast of ])r. Miche i': i .fj.U Cn ,,__ i,. L ''. <^: ---"-"
'o~ita." by-Sir Mntthew iUale, It;8&: there were l.tre~enht ,..tiaunes the mimer- -as.d by a ,;in'vte. -l
"Curnnt coin of tht. reilhn is of gold ous guests a Ilindoo maiden and her he y a rn ,. T i rjesoner sen {b- ol- d, "'I \V.1 L,-
r ulliver, with an alloy of copper, at lover, whose suit had not so far pro- A motion that time privilege to sell bave nly this to say, my lord-that it lated Ju.
leaet from the tinre of 1-enry I., niod grossed to his satisfaction. While the ice cream, soda water and peanuts be aee msratlier hard that I should lose
t alloy gae the denomination of wedding ceremony was in progress the sold to the bidder was do- "rey to stare rlgea the Notice is
lSt~rlna tuothoseto thtft young man suddenly wet p h er teated. Judge "irny understand. You are not be received
"Spehnan supposeth It to take that and before any oue suspccted what his "+ the Board (
name from tihe E, terlings, whro co.ime object was pulled out a thall from his It was ordered that 500 dodgers goimigo be hung for stealing a sheep. July
+ You ale to be hung in order that' others acrtos leta
over and reformed our coin, to that pocket and quietly tied it round her announcing the celebration be print- may T deterred from stealing sheep." aeoss Bay
alloy-ot this opinion was Camden. neck. Of course there was a hubbub as e r ,. , Pmowdenre "Autobiograhyo [i oeB
Nntrolbly in th,,e times a Peny was well as parental lamentations over this ed fo' d t.rI u(ion, -A. owdens "Autohk'graphy of [. l
called a Sterling. without any other dranratic episode, but so great is the It was decidel1 that the mnuiiciains a Poile Maglstramt'" Sessioni thii
tauon than the use-'f the liw.es, as veneration for the thali among Hin- emlployedi blioull sem\'e fromIt 9 o'clock Att-st:
Other names grow, for the old Act of does that no one dared to remove It -, \V. '. LC
Henry IlU. teils us that Denarlus An- from the neck of the astonished maid- a. in. till 1 o' lock at nlighlt, with ap-
ftee Sterlnfgu^ dicitur (a d@nariis, or en. All concerned, therefore, repaired proliriate inltc',i.tShion.,1. i Re
penny, ls called in English a Sterling), to the Marriamme temple, where the L. \\':ame, jr., generously prom- Th. red
*Jd because this was the root of the act was ratified, and the maid who went e t i i e such jui ,.,f a
inemaline of silver colu; therefore all to the wedding of her friend fancy l-ed to l'*i[.h luI'b+]l "1 elect SII 0 U o,
War coin of th-' same alloy was also free left the scene as the legal wife of platfurimis and stands on tIhe grounds .nd .-Lnrcf
---II- (' < $A + - .. )_


i . m termig. a boldeandw successful husband.-Lon- as nimay ie nectied, at his ouwnm expense indThetorI BIc-Draught ilf" I.y v
S- dh, gd p Si.ppr. and seTveral aer.ons 'olteeied labor g od medicine for Ii er disease, ;it. ,'lrp
The Old-T....ie 'cipper. e ured my oil after he had spent
$1w ith dne to rs. It isa~l tl- onied '~ il ',th (
Inmates of the wardroom on an Dinnana Crop Every rFifteen Days. and teamm \.,]'k. ie I take."--MIS. CAROLINE u-;a. 61 .O
American niau-of-war often allude to 'There is evidently an erroneous idea It .was d.-eito I by vote that Mr.. 4RTIN, Parkeribiirg, W. Va. eltut'n of S
the captain as the old man or the skip- abroad concerning the harvesting of t If your liver doi-s not act reg- :tut,.1ut Je
per., The later is not, as ninany sup- the banana crop," said a man who has M. (T- lost be iiited' to read time ulrly go to your iruggist and it eviii ntlz
pte, a stlang term, btnt a sound word, been for seven years on a plantation in Delaiatluii of indeende lice. and snIrea pacilaRe of Thedford's d taea dt
e* excelent etytolog, and valuable as Honduras. c-[raiht-n.d take a dose :-.
rt w n 'withln itself an Interesting "The statement that four or five that ie, a, sercctar. coniluct such t higtt. This great family .
lit of.-mmercial history. Skipper is crops of bananas are harvested a year corrltf,)Inleico as would tendl to se.- es,'Jinestirsn frees tthe torpidtiatedr W A
tmpl$-,,hipper, and it comes down is entirely incorrect.. A crop is har- ct-e speakers tor patriotic adilresseh a causes a htaltlv secretion at tr
tram a -tqe when every commander vested on an average of every fifteen Fl.e a hai rt Fnil- R' t(
tm at~n~ whn -eerywho s611011ld CLIetmfil) 1IIhmCIhiS lto te4"eje
Saa. well part owner of vessel and days throughout the year. Eaeh thrifty wh h ld ti n m to hedford's Black- Draught
eano, or, literally, the shipper. There banana plant has mans suckers or that t,,ipic, leaving politics amid all w cleanse the bowels (f in- S
& tUloikores of local shipyards along stalks growing from a single root at other Sulbjects to Lie discussed on their ptitieianti strengthen the kid- eo. 0
Gt Atlaitlec coast, some of them the the same time. One or more bunches I A torpid liver invite
ougot fpiaeyad hr h ptjiij~tA O!CcaSlomls. es .biliolisness, chills and
outgrowth of private yards where the f the ripening fruit are cut from a sin- app it occa nsand all manner of sick- a
vewil owners" of years ago built gle stalk, while the other stalks grow- TThe meeting their, adlli,ulned till l and c^itagion.Weatkid-
etr own sh1ip to carry their own and Ing from the same root are left un- Thursday Iight, the 27th inst., at n<4 result in Bright's dis.oase degree
Hd eoglbB ro' crops to market, touched, and in fifteen days another of h claims nas many victim
ha. t an Le T the stalks is shorn of its fruit. This 7:30 p. mn., to meet at the same place. a c<1.811uptmon. A 25-cent
prhabcesi Stomach and Liver Tab- process continues Incessantly during A Uof Thidford's B3ack-M
lel Better than a Doctor's Prescrip- the year. In July and August It is ,, 'n' l .. P utiit should always be kept n l
tiOlL necessary to cut off the ripening bunch-e I' **e "" 1 -* hue.
Mr. J. W. Turner, of Truhart, Va, says es every ten days, while in December ru '... ' p ] I" l: mued Theg.iford'l Black-l
that Chamberl!in's Stomach and Liver and January about once a month Is tone ',. I t.. ;, e ,' 1' ,> and -'ud nhinga t-oxcel
- -.-r'n :~-t'. tIL A MCOFFINAN, Mae-
?.Itet. have done him mnirtguod than sufficient, the average throughout the y, t lU-,i .,'.,,.. I. ".i:;-.,, COFFMAN, M'-r
aa3thill he could get from the doctor. If yenr te-lg prn,'tically fltteeu days"-* vel"-"' : ..... i. ,.,l .
any ky.iyiean ia this country was able to Mexican herald. ,i .., : : ',t.A. r, ri'. l, 4
comfpounda medicine that would produce Have You a Cough? ini1Ln'i-'ar'r of llik-l clliijztitii? \V!i i
oaekh gratifying result miucaiees of storn. u.er" he en iI'--? i'abitauts or i! I
htrole sblifengests or easet ii to.n, A dose of Ballard's IHorehound Syrutp erh ? T., \ lat ii,,l)o.;Iril Conlihlo:is A (iI
%elk troubles, billoutnes or constipation, will relieve it. Have you a cold? A dose W Ne te
bilwhole time would be used in prepar- of Herbine at bed time and frequent were-. tm mid sm li, 'al i Vit r 5 of the
lugCthisone medicine. Yor sale byv. M Bsmall doses of Horehoun-iSyru)p during phy-dcal nlti |'il i -ondlttous ,f the
Wae,St. Andrw and Bahead ad all the day will remove it- Try it for globe whlc-n they Ii\": \ wb a utB ra liHnT
VA. t. Adrw andBa~head ad all whooping cough' for asthma, for con- and fauna were. they surrounded Buti I


""""'of 111- Pensacola S'. Andrew & Gulf
. If lo i t .\i-AndrewS Bit%',
,rtInl,, ''t.piI(hne _CmuIoan.v S T E A M S H I P C 9 M P A N Y
aLt III Oli' ele'te Of tm lie coni 7:1
iin 21themi a I le ,t -" S T E A M E R
mii)i7h.: la.t Mo'Iil.a in Juine, u


3y it chaulrieri, at 2 o,'slock p.
loci i.' of utnlicers for tihe ien-
mid the tranarttion of such-
- .ias miiay oi'(le before tht-e
i, imlil1rtmiLat, that thi-.re be
.I trida lc e of stockholtlors,
of vital moment mntist be
'1,lie Direi-tor'-'' mneetin,.
ttllem?.nt \%ill be held im-
rt.,r the ;-djoiirnmnent of tlie.
.' ilmt.tin;. By order,
\\ i MMUNS. l-'rcst.
M P.uN. S'c,'y.
n 1. I, ItI.A-.
l I ..1 ~ll iu ZII it..

tI I_ ll i ii ll i
: '*.-' y 'i t le I rle n s t i ts l '
*' i ,.'_,* >.v 't5 *i\ ,'. 1'-'.',-1. b'y



etl' ii 1."I.wers oflCl.e it W'-.
; l-. "L-*t:tll-Jn-;j fish," was
sp,...'l,..-.- of' thi .\l'i'han seal,
i t,)i n~titir:.tlis.'-f ,leil'fil tpowers of nmimilcry.
cul:ir anliumal was about
t In length and weighed
Lover .i plouuds. It had a
e. head and large, hegutiful


, l-n<; h wheiJkv1r Ithe i-iTa-
oken to by any one. It was
and when told to dance
over and over' In its bath-
st tail and then head above
all the time chattering as
tying the sport as much as
tors did. It soon learned
trc-ks and, It Is claimed,
articulate at least th'reet
y plainly -viz, "'manmma,"
i "John," thi last being its
me. When told to pray it
) its clippers in the attitude
tion and put oni a sanctlmo-

yen io l)esperation.
an out of the way place, re-
-ivilizaion, a family is often
desperation in case of acci-
ing in burns, cuts, wounds.
Lay in a supply of Buck-
ca Salve. It's the best on
at A. If. Brake's.
Inconsistent.
ith Mr. Smith, your rage
inconsistent. Mr. Smith-
Mrs. Smith-Why, because
earning on the prayer rug.
a difference between being
being industrious.
'C 0
t li~limge ot Voiimig"
)l V o.,.
red that the voting place in
umber 14 be and is herel)by
omn the old Grassy Poi.;t
se to the uew School House
'orth, and the order of this
published in the St. Andrews
ur weeks.
J. W. Cravey, Ch'n.
John I.elson,
J. L. Jackson.
A. W. Weeks.
W- I. Singletary.
okey, (Clerk.
ne 1, 1904.
Notice.
hereby given that bids will
I at the regular meeting of
)f County Commissioners in
contract to build a bridge
t,,soh 'Bayou on the St. An-
and Parker public road.
r of the Board in Special
s 24th day of.May, 1904,
J. W. CRAVEY,
Chairman.
)CKEY, Clerk.
-ul IIlui of Gilend.
balmn of Gilead is the dried
low shrub, it is said, which
Syria. It is very valuable
,. for the amount of balm
one shrub never exceeded
s a day. According to Jo-
e blhu or balsam of Gilead
f tihe presents, given by the
heta to King Solomon. The
,wish physicians prescribed
y for dyspepsia and melan-

4TED--- Boarders,
he Hotel Tarpon, Harrison,
es reasonable.

. Hacker & Son,

LESSON, 0 S.


P4- TARF
t., S'-HEDULE.


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'ON.


I LEAVE. GOING sO[7j'ft. ARRIVE.
imosetav, 8 :I30 )in.- f'L:U acl a-.
,'eduesday, 4:1i0 p. m. :',,..\ Aliicsw, NVednesday, 8:00 a
Wednesday, 2:30 p1 l. .MillM ilk.. Wedneday', 10:00 a
htur.dav, 9i9.00 a.. ti. 'A it ual)-i(li, ola, ''Thui'.day, 6:00 H. i
',r, 6:0.iit'l-. Tm.hursda., 12:00 no
o10day. 6:0) p. mn. M,,|,|ic, Alonduy. ti:00 a. m.
LEAVE. GOING N I0'i'It. AR LIVE.
ih 1 r 's d a f % 3 : l i p ,1 i n C a l r n l e l ,.
iiday '. 11 ::i a. in. St. A ldr,.-_. Friday, 2:00 a.
iday. 10(:01) a.i. i .\lills le. .'riday, 4:00 a.
I'-nasacol. a'Fridav, 11l :0, p.
TA.SSE3\C-E ; I-_ATE. S
Pensa-.ola to St Andrei and Miill.e. f).00.
Pln.--acola to Apalhiclhicola ani d (.'1irralI.ll, $7. 0.
St. A ndretw aid Millville to Ali alaichicol;i, $5.UiJ.
Pensaaola to Mlobile, $2.5).
The above rates inclutide m,.alIs and 1brtl,.-. WW. (. HAtBROWV


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Cooking and Hearing Stoves;
Sewing Machines and Needles! .

Pumps, Furniture. Etc.
UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES,

Burial Gaskets, Robes, Suits, Etc.
GIVE ME A CALL!


T


he Trading Post

StccesSor to B. V. Brock.


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Headquarters for

Staple and F ncy Groceries,
Ready-Made Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Notions
and Hardware.
We Pay the Freight on all Goods except Flour, Meal
and Feed to any Postoffice on ile Bay.
WE WANT YOUR (CU8'TOM.

J W. ANDI)EIISON,


And ier s oln,


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S. "" '" Di,.-\ I.EI? IN
Dry oos, Npiions, Iats, SIioes Hardware, PaiMts, Oils, Salt
GROCERIES and Fisherman's Supplies.
ALSO, FISH AN). OYSTERS.


JOHN


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THOMPSON,
Il)\ALI.;l{ IN


- GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Dry GoodS, Staple and Facy Groceries


N~dot~ icrs;,


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i d F c IE'titfirs.


Corner 11%Ve: r iii' -C;.az. nd Bayview St.
Ipay C('a1sh t1CV -A, tt('! Baid imuist tic



This is ill 13I'lly I riot: -$ IniiCIteres '~t l 31 s 'in #Tows 1% 1-1 it. 'am I a
t~omitij w vimn'ot-splf or I iis 'Irruo i.


C. 'E. BRACKIN &CD1-


ANUFACTREHS (AS H S TORE! PROSPER
I-- PROSPER11TY
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B f' .s onuO,-.-GiOc0 Ea RIE


Ship Chandlery


- Hardware


Notions, Paints and Oils, Nets and Twines, Salt,
Clothing, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishings.
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FREE BARBECUE!


Thursday, June 23 1904.

ST. ANDREW

PRICES CURRENT
GOOCERIFS.
4ttvr, lb Tea, lb
Grauulated ......6 He No....... 55
ffee, .. A 51 Gunpowder.. 40
Lt brown.....5 Uncol'r Jap.40-60
tffee, Cond milk, W can
reeni.. -. 12@20 Unsweetn'0.IO
k'rbUckle,C 12-15 "Sweetened .... 10
4iuger snaps 31b25 Baking powder
jda. 10 50
r;itckers, sod. 10 Royal ........
roliaeco, ping -2040 Canmpl)ell ...... 10
0 .......10d .fruit


loudont, yers.8-15 Peaches ... IOa2L0
.Valeuciar......8 ToAtoes..... 2
,ict .... .C Aj pI.les .......... 0
pI p e.. a Veit. -.. ......... 1
EV.%,-p l tel . 1 "I!'%". .......... 10
Dried peachest 6 Apricot........1)-20.
oal Oil prgL .1 Strawli)'rries. 20
aO i r....l.....l i0Pine.tpple .10 0
wasolitle "r.. ..50 m -. M o t
i,,rida SYlrup... C5 m .l Meiat s
il.r>1 5 R ot ast iBeef..... 15
lo .y ......... .30 Corned Beef... 15
Cineoar... . il Chippled BeeflO-2-5
e0I, \S-.- ^ ,1 t ...... .-
W.eio MY- )^* ^1v .- '1 ,
.......... ... 5 Baked Beans... I0
cocoi .ut. ( plt ) Cori.........10@15
jelly, glass l10a1,'1 PIns ... ...... 10
ime l uice...... 45 P L'uin pkin ....... 1
Egg pc'r doz... 20
1ItOV VISIONS.
Flour Pork
lourS a '. .2.'25 D.S. pr. .......]
Mstic ... 2.75 Bacon Sides ...12
Corn Mealt u'I-"0- 0 Fresh........8ia10
0oat. .ea p v,..7 5 Br'kf'st1Blacon. 14
Cora per lf ..75aS 00 11an canvassed1 T
I... ...Shoulders ...... 14


Irish .. .. 1 40 Beef .
I1.rly It' ejseed 1.60 Corned 8
SSw~eet...'600675 Fresh. .... .8 10
Rack... 00 i)ried ...........8
al p., 5 Milk pr (it ...... t0
SIIARDWARE. .
Nails, per lb4t/aS Ax,withl handle. 75
Mlauilla rope. .9al20opper paint, can 50
4toves cook,. .$8a25 Linseed oil,gal55@60
Pipe,perjoint 18
DRY &GOODS,
Prints, per yd.. Sa8 Checks ...... 5a5S
,leetiu gs .... 5a9 Flannel.. ...... 15a40
Muslin ...... 9all Thread per spool. 5,
jeans ....... 15a45 Shoes,ladies.$la2 75
Kxtra pants pat 2"25 Men's... $1 0aa300
-MISCELILANEOUS.
H ty pr cwt..75al.-5 Oats pr bu .......
Bran .... .... 1.25 Brick pr M.. 13.00
ope Sisal ....7@9 Lime pr bi...... 75
FRUIT andNUTS.
Oraugespr doz... 25 Pecans pr lb..... 15
Apples......... 15 Walnuts .......... 20
Le nons......-.. 20 Almonds ......... 15
OYSTERS
u shell prl,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15c
LIVE STOCK.
Horsed.. $30atll Cows* ....... $15 a$25
SMules .... $50a$100 Hogs ....... $3to$4
sen.. pr yoke $30 Sheep........... 42
POU hTtY
i 0'.icketnseacth 25a35 Geese each. 45a50
I'a rkeys .... 75al .00 Dulcks........ 20a; 5
FI Si!.
F esh Salt
-- ...Mullet 4do4 25c Mullet pr bl, 4.50
Trout ........., 25 Trout ........ . 4.50
huopanoprl)b.. 6 Poinpano.... 10.00
s-turi euon...... 10 Mackerel .... 8.00
LUMB ER.
... Floorig, Ceiling.
HUart, m...$t4.O Heart, n$...$1.00
Face *.. 12.00 Face ... 12.00
8ap ... 10,00 Sap ... 10.00
Drop siding, Clapboards,
..artaeo i 14.o0 o t il illn. I. ..$19.00
Sap .. 10.00, Fini hitiig lu t-
Buff lu.li.er.. 8@I'I ber,d.. $1. 15.00
3 .ea M s>tigle"'. 2.5 Lath, V nr...., 2.011
81 k P 1.50 Boat luniler,
S* dressed....$20
...' ------ .

CatarrI Cannot b)e Ctured
With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reaeh the seat of the disease.
Catarrh is a blood or constitutional
disease, and in order to cure it you
must take internal remedies. Hall's
Catarrh Cure in taken internally, and
acts directly on the blood and mucous
purtaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a
quack medicine. It was prescribed by
one of the best physicians in this coun-
try for ears, and is a regular prescrip-
tion. It is composed of the best tonics
known, combined with the best blood
purifiers, acting directly on the mu-
cous membranes. The perfect combi-
nation of the two ingredients is what
produces such wonderful results in cur-
iug Catarrh. Send for testimonials,
free.
J. F. CHENEY & Go., Props.. Toledo,
0. Sold by druggists, price 75c.
SHall'a FAim-ilv PilsT are tie best.
S Weddrin= In Korea.
SAt a Korean marriage every one rides
on horsebnck and In single file. First
comes a.' -anservfnt,, who carries.,, in
both hands an i,.,,tion life sized,wild
S..--.. r..'vp-ed by n red scarf. Then
oi)u. the !)!:,. "'uow, his friends and
L.1! :1; er* ants he possesses or Is able
-H K )" \ 9* 3fi-". *.-. ^ Z..-


I.o borrow. A m W ur-d wls I a
servant first deposits the goose on a
.bowl of rice; then all dismount, and,
leaving outside their :outer robes, their
hats and their boots, they "-enfiter the
House and imaike as much,noise,.as they
possibly can. The pandemonium does
not cease till the guests are paid to go
away. A feast follows and then the
bridegroom is taken to his bride, whom


Ra~ino a-,d Glhu


TERRIBLE

CALAMITY!




Jij'lihImn l )-

.A&.. 11- A-6- -g - ^ 0 l I Il LU E1 I1> W *

... R New York,

And Every Attraction It is Pos-
sible to Secure! With Loss of Nearly 1,000
Lives!
AT ST. ANDREW ON THE
FOURTH OF- JULY, While Carrying aSnnuhtly School
Wlhen St. Andrew's latch-string Excursiol'.
At 10 o'clock ,il the mornl~ing" of
will be conspicuous for its hospitable A o t
presence on thle outside and every- e 15th inst., ters teai
body is invited to me and bring Greneral Slocun m left the foot of 138th
body is iIvi tedl to coine and biung nn
tile c hidreii and theu riend,. street Manhattan with nearly 2,000
excursiMonists on board, mainly Sun-
f~ PA f dlay sclhoiol children, their others and
BEST F run TH female relatives all anticipating a
BOW ELS (lday of pleasu're.
B W ELS Shortly after passing hell Gate
If you haven't a regular, healthy movement of the
bowels everyday, you're ill or willbe. Keepyour the vessel was discovered to be oil
bowels open, and be well. Force, in the shape of
violent physic orpill poison. is dangerous. The fire and the resulting 1,ss of life by
smoothest, easiest, moat perfect way of keeping fiil
the bowels clear and clean is to take fire and water before she was finally
& CANDYT beached on North Brother Island is
0 11 A ft 1%-. appalling. The story of the incidents


EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Pleasant, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good, Do
Good, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe; 10, 25 and
50 cents per box. Write for free sample, and book-
let on health. Address 433
Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
.t ILiztis.
ir4' ., otv, a very acute vision, per-
p, tL(' nsivst acute of any creature,
.i:1 t s1, n,-t ;,iso more widely dif-
a"1d>, 'I or1 11:(. retina than is the case
"'ith n. (',onc,.uently a bird can
(e ,>;(ivys as wv4el as objects in
fro:dt of rt. A bird ;ees. showing great
uni 'ss 's, u! consequence. a hawk
long before it !s visible to man. So,
too, fowl\ n, d pigeons find minute
scrap.s cf food, distinguishing them
fromi what appear to us similar pieces
of earth or gravel. Young chickens
are also able to tind their own food,
knowing its position and how distant
it Is as soon as they are watched,
whereas a child only very gradually
learns either to see or to understand
the distance of objects. Several birds,
apparently the young of all those that
nest on the ground, can see quite well
directly they come out of the shell, but
the young birds that nest in trees or
on rocks are born blind and have to be
fed.
Worst of All Experiences.
Can anything be worse than to feel
that every minute will be your last?
Such was the experience of Mrs. S. H.
Newson, Decatur, Ala. ."For three
years,'" she writes: "I endured insuf-
ferable pain fiom indigestion, stomach
and bowel trouble. Death seemed inev-
itable when doctors and all remedies
failed At length I Was induced to try
IEloutric Bitters and the result was mir.
aculous. I improved at once and now
I'm completely recovered." For liver,
kidney, stomach and bowel troubles
Electric Bitters is the only medicim-..
Only 50c. It's guaranteed by A. H.
Brake.

it ^ I I... .H (.i 1; uikt.
", aA ('<;"i;nt izoutt be a partly ex
.,!;.-i v o : qi' ::;,!."
"Yes: I wishl i had eno.gh money ti
I. .y o!ne."
"Viat do yon want with an ele
".Ih,,nt ?"
"T don't: I m-r"ly pxprose1 a wish
for the money."- ilnelphia Press.

Ili-Uks Ti;,. \vy B.eg.ley talks of
nrovi.ng for -isi 1if', he seenims to
think nothiu:; too good for her. Wicks
--H'm! And the way he actually pro--
vides for her he seems to think noth-
nlug is good enough for her.-Phlade-
phia Ledger.
Triumphs of Modern 3urgery.
Wonderful tQiings are done for the hu-
man body by surgery. Organs are taken
out and scraped and polished and put
back, or they may 1)be removed entirely;
h nes are spliced; pipes take the place of
diseased sections of feids; antiseptic
dressings are applied to wound-, tuises,
burns and like injuries before inflamma-
tion s ts in, which *causes them to heal
without maturition ,nd in cne-third the
time required by the old treatment.
Chamberlain's Paan .Balm a.its *on this
same principle. It is an antiseptic and
when applied to such injuries, causes
them to heal very quickly. It also allays
the pain and soreness.. Keep a bottle of
-'Fr,, 1,.i'mn my0upthomno and it will sa \<
V-u time and m ney, hot to mention the
inconvenience of suffeiring which such in-
juries entail. For sal.e by L. M. Ware,
St. Andrew and Bayhead and all .ncdi-
ci.ne dealers.

LAMBERT M. WARE.
LAMBERT M, WARE, JR.


that date is heart-i ending.
Up to Sunday evening 632 bodies
had been recovered and more than
300 were still missing; though it is
probable that some of these are
among the saved.
The authorities are inclined to the
belief that the 'accident was the re-
sult of gross carelessness, especi'-4lly
in not beaching the Slucuim sooner.
All of the crew that can be found
are being held foi rigid examination.
Coroner Beriy said he issue. an or-
der lor the detention of the captain,
pilots, engineers and ciew of the Slo-
cum. Some of them had escaped, but
lie was alter them and would leave
no stone unturned to get thbm.
Investigation may result in good
as an example to others; but it can-
not restore thie spark of life to one
hapl)less victim of the disaster.

Over=Work Weakens
Your Kidneys.

Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
n The kidneys are your
.-^ S ^blood purifiers, they fil-
S Ij ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
If they are sick or out
.of order, they fail to do
their work.
TPains, aches and rheu-
i matism come from ex-
cess of uric acid in the
.---- 6 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-
ning in kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
ioon realized. It stands the highest for its
.wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
ind is sold on its merits 1--
iy all druggists in fifty- ,
:ent and one-dollar siz-
-s. You may have a|
ample bottle by mail Home of Swamp-Root.
'?e, also pamphlet telling you how to find
ut if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
mentionn this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
' Co.., Binghamton, N. Y.
SDon't make any mistake,but remem-
ber the name, Swamp Root, Dr. Kil-
mer's Swamp Root, and the address,
Binghamton, N. Y. on every bottle

That Throbbing Headache


Would quickly leave you if you nsed
Dr, King's New Life Pills. Thousands
of sufferers have proved their match-
less merit for sick and nervous head-
aches. They make pure blood and build
up your health. Only 25c, money back
if notkcured. Sold by A. H. Brake.
Superfluonu. '
Teacher-Thomas, mention a few of
the proofs that the earth is round,, like
an orange. Tommy Tucker-I didn't
know we had to have any proofs,
ma'am. I thought everybody admitted
It.-Chicago Tribune.
Shake Into Your Shoes
---A" lcn-t I '.ot T. i .' p,- fK*1-_ '
painful, smarting nervous feeL an-' in-
growing nail., and instantly .*ake the
sting out of corns and bunions. It's the
greatest comfort discovery of Ihe age.
Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight or new
shoes feel easv. It is a certain cure for
sweating, callous and hot, tired, achinr
fect. Try it today. Sold by all druggists
and shoe stores, 25c. Don't accept any
substitute. Trial package FREE. Ad-
A- n .. A Il ., i" %Z -l ... -... T .-.T .... I "


r n".o Z mp


dllbo at.


Washingtoi, 'elegatlio, in II iith
our o t t1


ours to getall tfiat tel In11u1li ee-td In
the shape of facilities for iiandling
traile, and all of us will be tje bette,
for thie accomplishment of a great
wvoi k. Whatever will be tliO Floridla
point selected, Jacksonville Ii,1,u.sm
her best efforts, and all tliat l:'lorida
members cau'n do, because o0i fifteen
hundred miles of seahard i a long
way in arrears for hier just deserts.

Cestclilng Pigeons In Queeritown.
The ragged children of Queenstown
catch pigeons In a curious way. Seat-
ed In a row on the edge of the pave-
ment, they each have a string stretch-
ing into the road, at the end of which is
a noose surrounding some tempting
breadcrumbs. Homeless pigeons pounce
on the meal and are as quickly jerked
to the pavement by the cheering
youths.-London Graphic.

A Caution.
Reginald-I love you, Madeline. For
you I would give up family, position,
wealth. Madeline-Hold, Reginald!
Giving up family is all right; I fain
would be spared a mother-in-law. Give
up your position if you can get a better
one, but please hold on to your wealth.
We may need it.

LEGAL NOTICES,

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
LAND OFFICE AT GAINSVILLE, FLA.,
June 6, 190)4,
No'ice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make commutation
proof in support of his (.laiu a,ijjnt.
said proof will be made bef-re the
Clerk of the circuitt Court atVeruon
Fla.. on July 16,1904, viz:
HENRY L. CRAVEN, of Nixon, Fla.
Hd No. 31838, for the wm of the swi of
sec 28, and the e of the sel of sec.
29, tp Is, r. 12w.
He names the following wit,, to
prove bis continuous residerce upon
and cultivation of said land, viz
Calvin Mclnnis, G. R. Morgmn, Joha
A. Kennedy, and Robert D. Murray, all
of Nixon, Fla,
W. G. ROBINSON, R.eister


NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
June 16, ]904.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed not ice of
her intention to make final proif in sup
port of her claim, and that said proof
will be made before the eletk of the
circuit court at Vernon, Fla. tin July
16th, 1904, viz:
MARY C. KENT, of Point Washing-
ton, Fla.,
Hd 34250 for the sek of -ecci~n. 31. tp
2s, r. 18w.
She names-the following witnesses to
prove her continuous residebe upon
and cu'tivation.of said lanp, viz:
G. W. Lee, William T. Kelley, L. J.
Miller and L. Casev, all of Poiint Wash-
ington, Fla. -
W. G. ROBINSON, R3gister.
Notice to Credfitor.
In Court of the County Judg State of
Florida. In re Estateof R F Brackiij.
Washington County.
To all Creditors, Legatee, DiIm iblutees
and all persons having Clains or li,-
mands against said Estate;
You and each of you are hm'rell noti-
fled and required to pr'-sent oe claims
and demands which you or eit.lr of you
may have against the estat Ht' R." F.
Braclkin, deceased, late of \%&s-iliigiomI
Co ntv, Florida, to the unIderMged, e.-
ecutuix and executt .of r.ii.1 es ale, &itih-
i. twit v, .r trani %6 d 1.Ja .... ... -


Dated May


I 'K~f~i'


5 h, IA. T.7 I" o_
IACH&L M. B
CUA.I.Es E. Bt

PARK
HAIR BA
Ci a.u and b,'a.i
romutei a luxurla
Fever Falls to l1
HLair to its Youtl
COre" calp deasies t
RI.-sui d i81.41 it


RK IN,
cumii'.
CKINI
ei

ISAM
Mt be aiar.
Growth.
'wre Gray
tul Color.
aiar failing.
tuggkil4


!ntereated.
"T-) you nd':i:le Ppee'?ijoren's workss"
"I n-verr vls!;erl 'rrn,"' acsw'ercd Mr
Q ':Sr.rx abspnLiTndedly "What do-e
he0 u.?aiuLOcure.-"-Waa.lngtot Star.

Sned by His Doctor.
"A doctorhere has sued me for $12.50,
which I claimed was excessive for acicae
of chelera niorlus," says,1R. White, of
C0achella, Cal. '"At the tral he praised
his medical skill and medicine. I asked
him if it was not Chamlietlsin's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy hlie used as
I had good rea-on to believe it was, and
he would not say under oath that it was
not." No doctor could use a better rent-
dv than this in a case of cholera inorbus;
it nerer fails. Sold by by L. M. Ware,
St. Andrew and Bayhead and all mnd -
cinu dealers.

LEGAL NOTICES.


NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEI'ARTMENTI' OF THK INTERIOR.
IAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLIE, Fl.A.?
Tune 6, 1904.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make cominmutation
proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before the
Clerk of the Circuit Court at Vernon,
Fla.. on July 16, 1904, viz:
RUFUS L. ELLIS, of Anderson, Fla.
Hd 32652 for the sek of set sec. 7, and
lots 10 and 12 of sec 8 tp. 2s, r 15w.
He names the following, witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon,
and cultivation of said land, viz:
0. W.,Murfee, Rozzie Murfe(e. and C.
E. Mitrfee of West Bay, Fla., and S. L.
Nolan of Anderson, Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Rtegister.
iWEditor's fee paid
Notice of Application for Tax
Deed
Under Section 8 of Chapter4S88, Laws of
Florida.
Notice is hereby given that John L.
Sco.niers, purchaser ofTax Certificate NNo.
871, dated the 1st day of June, A, 1. 18J1.
has filed said certificates in my office, and
has made application for tax deed to is-
sue in accordance with law. Said certili-
cate embraces the following descriLed
properly situated in Washiuinton county,
Florida, to-wit: the inwt, of ne of section
I, tp 2s, r 14w. The said land being as-
seosed at the date of the issuance of such
certificate in the name of Unknown. Un-
less said certificate shall be redeemed ac-
coi(lingto law, tax deed will issue there-
on on the 23d day of Junie, A. D. 1904.
Witness my official -igtatulre and sal
[L s.J this the 9th day of May, A. D.
1904.
W. C, LOCKEY,
Glerk Circuit 3ourt,
of Washington County, Florida.
1Notice ot Ad mi nistrator. \
(Of Annual S"ttlement.)
ITCourt of Coutnly Judge, State of Flor-
ida. In re Estate of G. W. Jenks.
Washington County.
'Notice is hereby given to all whom it
may concernn that on the 5th day of No-
vcnmber, A. D. 1904, I shail present fi al
returns of my accounts as administratrix
of the estate of' G. W. Jenks, deceased, to
the Honorable J. R. Well,, Judge of said
Court, as Judge of Probate, aid ask for
their approval, and my discharge from
said admiiistratorshiL.
Dated May 5, A. 1. 1904.
MARY B. JENKS,
Admini istra t rix.


Notice.
In Court of Countylv Judge, State of Flor-
ida, In re Estate of William H. Ho-
telen. Washington County.
Notice is hereby given, to all whom it
ai, V concern, that on the 4th day of Sop-
emhner, A. D. 1904, I shall aDply to the
Honorable J. R. Welis, Judge of said
Court, as Judge of Problate, for niv final
discharge as Administrator of the estate
--i V1iinui-" H. iOelten, deceased; aid-
of V% i. rl .
that at"the same time I wili rresent to
Fwia Court my final accounts as Adminis-
trator of said estate, and ask for their ap-
pr 'al.
Dated February 29th, A. D. 1904.
J. J. KRONMILLER,
Administrator.
Detecting Guilt In Liberia.
The brown skins of the natives in
v ItL- i a"I ne_ i-?*-twn / Anrdia-Aj wi^th V ad ni

r->o -. t Bay l ao e ti, I.

L .o is, ;S i" il t t ,, ,S, V r I ii \ a ttent k
IA ll ( 'l, lt r WII~ i l tell t h*\ i| I.

hlerei 1 O1,.\ w I I thA I Dio .u Ili
lie' ut II iixxaoa
iiei Do you like your thin, reugh,
%0u16iie i will ie-ttirn U .lIi ri, e i short hair? Of course you
here. don't. Do you like thick,
A. J. Gay of G(ay viite 8g. A. heavy, smooth hair? Of
diew on Tuesday of this wee li course you do. Then why
L. !. Ware, it. left MOl ,.y I air'M lV igrfV1
ftr Apalachicola onthe t. ieCatraa on i
a business trip. V g
Jas. Baker came fromln T' assee not be pleased? Ayer's Hair
Moday night to vivit lhisb wient, Vigor makes beautiful heads
brot hers and sisters here. of hair, that's the whole
Win. Gainer of Econfisasr hi story. Sold for 60 years.
.InI o ii "g ."I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for a long
hi a litr s J time. It Is, indeed, a wonderful hair tonic,
his daughter, i r. J. I li ,j)solt restoring health to the hair and scalp, and, at
and r,,i % r the same time, proving a splendid dressing."
and f('amil DR. J. W. TATUM, Madill, Ind. T.

ST. ANDREWS BII All druz.stt. fo Iowell, Mass.
.. ..fo r ,

Will Give Satvaluall tl Fi e k H air
Harbor ot the Whole tJ f ----- = H ai-r
Coast. f, -:1
l. f Honest.
Jacksonville Times-Union. "Do you think him an honest states-
When Savaiahl seeks a ('Pct ot1 nmain?"
lat to the Gulf Sbe slionlIM a "Sure. I've known him to buy thou.
htermifs thGatlsf orCIb' snnd. of votes and pay for every one
tcrmidftis that iso r n d or them."-Detroit Free Press.
L A-104oter".s"'k,


Manufacturers of

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in General Merchandise,

, Groceries, Provisions and Feed.


ThoeAllaiton Lmber fCompany,
AND

GENERAL MERCHANTS,

AT A LLANTON ON EAST BAY,
ARE NOW PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR

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Whether Large "r Small.


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Handle no Quack Nostrums.

PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED
DR.J, J, KESTER, M, D, Druep'ist.


TIME TABLE;


LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R iR
In Effect April 14, 1901.
NEWV ORLEANS AND) MOBILE.


No 4 No, 2
12:35n'u 11:05)) p.m. Leave Pensacola, A
2:22 p. m. 1:02 a.m. Flomaton,
4:22 2:55 Mobile,
8:25 7:30 New Orleans.
NORT'Il.


No. 2
11:05 p.nm.
6:15 a.m.
11:59 "
2:30 "
7:20 "
7:20 p.m

No. 2!
Daily.
I1:55 p.m.
12:15 u't
12:20 "
12:23 "
12:35 "
12:39 '
12-50
12:58
1:30 a. m
1:55 "
2:20
2;33 "
3:00 "
3:23 "
4-18 "
4:4C
5:00 "
5:08 "
5:33
6:00 '
6:?.0 "
7:00 '
7:40
7:50 '
7:58


No. 4
12:35 p. mi. Leave Petn.saoola
6:30 Arrive Montgoimerly
9:12 '" Birmingham
8:50 a.1m Louisville
11:59 Cincinnati
1:30 p.m. St. Louis
PENSACOLA AND RIVER


No. 3,
Daily.
7:00a min. Lv
7:13
7:1 "
7:18 "
7:25 "
7:28 "
7:5 '
7:39 "
8:15 "
8i30
8:38 '
8:56 ;'
9:10 "
9:35 "
9:44
9:57 "
10:10 "
1 i:15 "
10:30 "
10:47 "
11:07 "
11:25 "
11:45 "
11.42 "
12:021'n


Arrive
Leave


No. 8
5:0)0 a.m.
2:33 a m.


Arrive
Leave
i
'4
'4
t E


JUNC'I ION


P)ensacola.
Bohemia.
Yniestra.
Escambia.
Muilat
Harp
Gait Ci-ty
Miltou
Good Range
Holts
Milligan
(Crstview
Deer Land
Mossy Head
DeFtuniak Springs
S A'rgyle
Ponce de Leon
.,We twille
Caryville
Boonjfay
Chipley
Cottondale
Marianna
Cy press
Grand Ridge
Sneads


No. l
4:00 p.in.
11:15 a in.
8:33 "
b:15 lp.m.
6:00 "
4:1c


JNC'J ION
No. 2
Datly..
Ar 10:50
10:37
10:34
10:.2
10:23
10:21
t0:15
10:10
9:35
9:20
s.:13

8:40
-- ,~8:18
7:44'
7:29
7;1 7
7:12
6:55
6:37
6;I!y
6:00
5:38
5:32
.5:21


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t'
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4.
4t
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66
4 *
4'
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No. I .
4.00 p.n.
2:3 1 ,
1:25
9:30 a in.


No 3
5:00 a.m.
9:35 p.m.
4:05 "
2:45 .m.
11:15 :n.m.
8:55 "


No. 22
Daily.
6:30 p. in
5i:0l) "
5:57
5:45 '
5:40
5::211
6:^-),'
4:55 *
4:35 "
4:11 '
1:00 "
3:34 "
,i:lrt 4L

2::31
2;13 "
1:55 "'
1:49 "
1:27 "
1:04 "
12:38 un
12:14 "'
l105( a m
11:22
10:f>0 "


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Dry Goods


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I)ry Goods, Groceries, Provisioins,

Boat Stores, Hay Grain and Feeu Stuffs.
We carry at all times a \Vell Selected Stock of Mercthaitise adapted ti I)
the ,r. Atidr,;ws Bay trade.
COUNTRY PRODUCE BOUGHT AND SOLD.
FISH AND OYSTER DEPOT IN CONNECTION.

We will Not Be Undersold!




IER AN AMERICAN LUMBER Co.
IMl villle, 3Fla.,












*Pity the Poor Daelhelor.
Ltiylng ali ,A :i- hl.whait ex,:'usa
ILflS UlTi hId A fzt*'ir Ii vIngiIt? l'ossf-
fly I !, tho t tt.tr al.zw1.4t hat fie (-, nt help
It ort th~it it I-,nit)fiult (if his that he
1.9 or t li:i Ithe c-c in 'i m:l-- to) exist. T these
hbSer VIIt 110fnS 11t!'C' hI lit' c fi'LPIII Ihe Uli
rnal's tpoin t ol vijew, whIich spouitl5 to
be the point fra wi which t he old bach-
clur Isv ieaxcaI. Th--ea're AlCothe~r view-
points from vwhich hu. a ppini .~to better
i~ dviiit i 1, 1ticU IMa ny alt Iii rSt gl uce.
but 'it'iIt'he 1111) ut senimfifent Which
11o has --m~Lc-rtl'around hill]hai been
bIi1Vl tvIWHA- 31V ell these rittinis 411) n')t
(tpt~lZ CaitruIncifl-ZV The5 file tatre-
ii uthl;, ihowever, li itt lie t'41ii ll e ists an
i~Imhs naturni furveenV1Ough 1ti) u1c1-
vs'I. I, a hlt.l) tif .wLil11ent that is moro
orIt '-s.; tta, t lac e to) theoppoiwl Ic sex.
IfI tot r, -oI Iv itj:i:-ient I I. a nd st rong
clifiligh to ilr;[W "Ittteli~t I'l to him, anld
cs~acctfu tva it ito.The ha..-bclor
4u1iL:.tLt (kio why liye I-, as he' Is, and
wotoul.oilt lio- tlt'.aiitfor somec reason
or othit he Itii' 'I I 'i-toen t i rely suc-
ees~4u in ~ the public that his
4,1'U :4IaI 11~ 'd .10 n IL DIu t Iclnt. It IS
lip It-) him. t11efaR'. to) set pilhilic opin-
ion right catn ii iisrC itts-
bur.- Gaetie.

An Evueentric Lord.
'uatlt.~ lEat~ihintmiii l'wd okuhyt. a

Of th1.10 C;9 I I IV! IIIt ca'1flttiry, bLecafio fa-
wous 1ir Iiinit I1:,:-- ~Liatlrd aind his pro-
ziounocvil b:3 trail of medical priiettion-
*1 frnrIt Is aild


tbuat upon 4oio ktAeiisionf when golug to
an election he ,tiiopl'd at an inn where
the country people, who had assembled
from miles around, took himn for a
Turk and through this mistaken idea
almost worried "me lord" to death.
His dislike for physicians was carried
to such an extreme that he left a cod-
icil to his will which was to the effect
that a favorite nephew was to be dis-
inherited should he (the nephew) in the
last illness of the lord let his sympa-
thies cause him to send for a doctor.
This having been made known to the
nephew when his uncle, the lord, was
In good health, it Is needless to add he
allowed that person's spirit to take its
flight without calling in any of the "in-
fernal surgical fraternity."

Grewxome Hitior..
The story of the French humorist
who was i.presell"ed with a silver or-
unaneield tiofvin by a grateil under-
taker whom lie mentioned in his latest
f;ory is not without a parallel in the
Lincoln's Inn store of anecdotes. The
late Mr. Edward Karslake, Q. C., while
cii'.v;:"'"iiit at (olciester in the seven-
lies. is Faid to have asked an elector
to make him two trunks. "But I'm not
a trunk maker," said the disappointed
t..n.(esin'.. a.,..it are you, then?" in-
quired the canr I'ate. "I'm an under-
.tkcr," was the answer. "Very well,
then," said the learned gentleman,
"uiake me a coiln instead." When the
cotlin arrived at his London residence
there were members of his family who
strongly objected to giving it house
room. "Very good," he rejoined. "I'll
have it sent to miy chambers. It will
serve as a receptacle for Beavan's re-
ports."-London Globe.


For Sale!
We offer for sale a strip from the
south side of .the north half of the
northwest quarter of section 10, town-
ship 4 south, range 14 west, running
from the school house to Watson bayou,
adjoining Millville on the south. Will be
sold in acre, quarter, or half-acre lots.
The price asked will be according to
location. W. A. EMMONS & CO.


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When the Lion

SRoared

2y JOHN 1RISCOE

Copyright, 19M3. by T. C. Mc'lure
L
How Cynthia Davis, daughter of
Farmer DaviR, got her romantic no-
tions was a puzzle to her parents and
lots of other folks. IHer father's hired
men began to fitll in love with her at
sixteen. At sceunltetu she broke the
heart of a wire f'l-nce ;>:'tliL At eight-
eeu she could have hiad her pick of half
a dozen men ranging from farmers'
sons to reaper nntl miower ngeuts. She
was ulneteen nihtn .ltd Williams, a
young carpenter f'rol the village, came
out to rebuild a barn and reshingle the
house.
Cynthia didn't v.'ant the impossible.
but she had certain fixed ideas. She
would n'sver fall in love and marry a
man unless he had saved her life. All
of hier would be lovers were anxious to
toe the mark, but opportunity had nev-
erpresented itself. iShe wouldn't break
through the ice on the horse pond In
whiter, and she wouldn't tumble Into
the well In summer. Her father owned
a savage bull, but she didn't go pick-
c, d .] ;.U,1^ I-, 1, # ,l~ h.1 ".__ J .- ... -


grazed. If a mad dog came along the
highway she was sure to be in the
house, and'if lightning struck the house
she was sure to be at a neighbor's. On
one occasion a sewing machine agent
who had sought to capture her heart
and had knocked $12 off the regular
price to make himself solid thought the
golden hour was at hand. He drove up
one day and found a tramp "sassing"
Cynthia, but before he could rush to
the rescue and win her gratitude she
had taken the fellow by the ear and
run him out of the gate.
One after another came and went,
and Cynthia's only excuse for turning
them down was that each and every
one of them was as commonplace as
pumpkin pie. Jed Williams had had
his warning, but he straightway fell in
love just the same and was taken on
probation. That was one good thing
about the girl. She always gav6 a man
at least four weeks in which to save
her life. Jed had a three months' jol:
at carpenter work, but he knew that he


"HE MAY KILL ME, BUT I WILL SAVE
YOURt LiAFI."
had to capture Cynthia's heart Within
four weeks or not at all. A man who
uses.the rule and compass and square
has a head for circles and angles, and
Jed was no sooner in love than he re-
move(i the shingle nails from his mouth
and sat down to ponder. He knew
where the others had failed. They
had waited for opportunity. He would
make opportunity.
The first move Jed made along the
new line was to take Cynthia to the
circus. Ile was particular to point out
the lions to her, especially one big fel-
low. and to recall to memory the fact
that this Numidian had killed no less
than seven keepers, as stated in the
newspaIpers. The same lion had also
escaped from the circus on several oc-
casions and devastated a dozen barn-
yards. He told his story glibly and
carelessly, and aside from a shudder or
two Cynthia was not much affected. If
the lion escaped during the next three
months, as was possible, she would be
away off in Ohio or Indiana, and she
would be safe.
Then John Burns came out to paint
the barn a fiery red. He was a friend
of Jed Williams, and he Irought out
the news with him that the lion had
escaped while the circus was leaving-
the village. Ile was one of 200 men
who had spent the day with S, cus people looking for the monster, and
the search was being continued. It
was startling news for the farmers.
They might riot meet the beast in their
cornfields by daylight, but when dark-
ness came hlie might pick them utip even
on the doorstep. Jed didn't boast of
what he would do if lie met the beast
face to face, and Cynthia mentally gave(.


iI ", l iJ ie

we'll be killed"


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iit I : iili g ii'. i'hd i ldis t Iliti' :i l. .I-
i i.'i..:ii' fir '.\ ,irtl itl 'trilL' k lit hit.
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: til:' I. ( 'yni li l'i:il :I lt ihl tainl in ifi'r frighl til t l iilnl' SPc. ilitii !
*r lit' l.;iltta. hut iia the t'nd iil' riv
.,iii i It lt : ;i ; hl .I '.1 hl 'l| -li l I i"r :i,
1ii'1 ili i'iitin''< l l:it tl.i,- ft'i' O'iO is bTe s
!r)ill lipon Ii1 1i "'1'il .ff.
"(Ih. .It i. but yon are sure he's gout
-St'' ti it'.'" Sish a.-ked.
11,' ;I;1,\\ or' \\%;Ia a rotar fro-Iti thc
hitgrine'l liiin a. he tled across thihe
field
"iHe would d hive killed me but for
you."
"He giirmly would." roplibd .I,.d
"Th'-n you have saved my life."
"1 gUc.,, I have."
"And-ant.1:-
"And. ('yntliila. dear. I wnut yonu foi
'uy wife. You know 1 love you. I'm
ot asking because I sated your life.
')ut beca 1..t i av' learned to lo\v't ytu.
"ay you'll murry i.p."
"I'll-I'll be etlafgod to you." she
inUswered ,is lui iumnf t- liig


tlu'lll
sa1
"a,
sniil.
ihf'
m:j t,
the


liar!
Iant
Led:.
Wry<
'li'i.

caat;
frlg'
you.
IIa
fool
of aI
"I1
isto"
M rfc
never
favo
''I
nes
the n
Th
It w'
retlr
still I
first
abov(e
when
vigorc


I


w-hile they walkt. d homeward.
Jed wats duly praised, and hlie crried
himself like the honest man lie was.
,ll went well for wo U\ e'ks, an1d 1'40
Cynthia suddenly asktd him1 on, i1. d
"Jed, the next i.,ir'nin,. iftper v,' sxi
the lion the painter hiod a big, luip on
top of his head. You wusr h.ve lilt
him by mistakee"
"What are you :r.Illlg a lInit?"
"And father iou0id our o ld bitiff-ilo
robe in the pasture."
"Well, you are not going to Itrealc
the engagement, a .' you?"
"N-no, I guess not, but it was iii';ai
of you to make ie sit down i Lhet
road that way!"

How Suga r Melts.
If we drop a lump of sugar into a cupi)
of tea we find it takes a coiinsdtar:utlc
time to melt if allowed to remain ait tlie
bottom of the vessel, but if wve hold i
up in the spoon twar the surface of tlie
liquid it dissolves much more spi'eddLy.
This is owviug to the sugar is it melts
render;ug the portion of the tea "on-
taining it heavier. The sweetened pirt.
therefore, descends, leaving the sugar
constantly in contact with unswetrnod,
or only p.irtially sweetened te'a--i fact.
a continual circulation of fluid is pro
moted until the whl)ole, is dissolved.
When the sugar Is, plahicd or pernit-
ted to lie at the bottom of the cup il
dissolves until the layer of fluid next
it is thoroughly sweetened or sitiur)t-
ed, when it practically (c;sses to dis-
solve any further, the sweeten'd anuid
heavier stratum above It acting for ;.
considerable time until the law of dif
fusion comes gradually into play. lik<
an Impervious covering, in keplng
back the lighter, unswtt'Lened flul(
above.
Hence the reason also why stirring,
in breaking up the sai itriItt d layer and
allowing access to the innwecteni(
portion, is so effectual in brfgnfTh'n
about the uniform sweetening of tea.
Life is not infrequently sweetened by
the same stirring iup process.
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0 IN THE WAKE OF A <
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C
f SIDE COMB L
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O By SYLVIA LEE C
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0 Copwilright, 19:,3, ly 1. C. Mc(Cktre .
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When the girl one loves as one has
never loved before throws her armsi-
about one's neck and says, "And I
think It would be so lovely to have
diamond side combs instead of a soli-
taire, if you don't mind, dea-r," and
blushes-
Well, one bfiys the side comib: with-
tut a question, and later perhaps one
reflects. But then it's too late.
It thus befell with Harkness, and
Leda wore the two starry bands so
deftly posed amid the knotted Yxiigles
of her sunny curls that they su-'g-,,.;tudd
a diadem and in nowise led any mian
to the conclusion which time honored
custom has drawn from the solitaire.
In fact. before the betrothal was a
week old IIarkncsas himself began to
wonder.
And when, at a dance at the Lake-
side club, young Wrycroft, the very,
famous half back, invited Leda to go
out for a moonlight row around the
pier with him and Leda accepted and
went Harkness not only wondered, but
grit his teeth as well. No man w'io
has spent ten years dancing nttend-'^


men s wive s i s uoing IU vt jy 1i1i.
while his own personal fiancee and
future wife is off with a fellow whose
name has headed newspaper columns
and whose chest can hardly find space
for all his medals. The couple were
gone an hour and seven minutes by a
watch which had come down through
three generations of the Harkness fam-
Ily, and when they did reappear the


ila p ', viu; Ci 'r:.,rit to put oil in?''"
ir I. v-.1r.
I !h:!_1 thi 'lia lI,,i.i, 1'it s.uro.'"
' iin Ti ,'ry. [I';!'Iiir, .-; 'iratclie 1l
O-S. !inIl lth,'y ,,lit I(,l.t il all over
(r. l ,'itit, di:im1ron)d glittered
,: ';i 'c '-'il g h
  • S iii ilti I:tior iii thIo evenng wliihlo
    i:.ss w';. tw,)' ti'lli~ing vitlh Yr.l:.
    Ster :i su lbilli turn slht\\'vt.l liilti
    Spoiaklig t_-'rn<'stly to \Vrycroft.
    ift l].oked to''ril'ly usuil ul). and
    oss snilild l-rimly.
    v\hliit a .-H ili'"' said M r'q. i..1n-
    It's o Ihi impl' rr't-S !\vt, aiud
    Y(i.1I. You in:k, llme !it'r:iid of
    ld et 1 a1nilire tthe stillk'"
    nF-ss woridt'i'd if lie wasn't in
    be co'itein pl;!tlug thoi addition
    jer wife to the asscn'.,liige.
    :ook like ;I c') o ibt w.rnl Mceph-
    s and Miit -1a'hivelli." went on
    lunaster. who w.s slenider aiid
    st her breath. "WVhic-h do you
    't spi-ll .Itlr.'" rerpliod IHark-
    ortly. lHe felt Inclined to join
    t expedition to the north pole.
    ance pnduirod exceedingly late.
    quite 3 whel-i l ie last woman
    and a half dozen men were
    nglng on the piazzas when the
    ny sti're-its of dawn appeared
    je I'oinif Hirkness sprung up
    Sporcelvecd them and yawned
    ly. b d
    iiiaao bei" hde decIared, and ji


    NIpo the-dtir 'er
    elf my s re big. eithe-r.i
    .;e,
    SYou ryro)ft stood up, too, and
    passe-ig-hatnud over his forehead. "
    "I d u't fel very fit," he said slowly.
    c"I be I'll go for a little row and
    mayb' tako a dip from the Point."
    He ent d.own the steps as IHarkness
    entert- thin hou.se. Later curiosity led
    the la ter to wander to the window and
    look see if Wrycroft was really car-
    rying ut his purpose.
    A rowboat lay on the sandy stretch
    opposite, and the rosy light of the ris-
    Ing su illuminWQ a figure which paced
    restlessly up arM down the rustic paths
    sklrtirg the shore.
    "I couldn't call that exactly swim-
    mingI' said Harkness to himself a lit-,
    tie grimly. He pulled down the shade
    with a violent jerk and got into bed.
    *> *
    It was quite noon when he awoke.
    The day was glorious, and the bosom
    of the lake was dotted with sailing
    parties. He gave the bell two punches
    for hot water and twisted the dressing
    case toward the window as a prelimi-
    nary to shaving. The mirror reflected
    the Point, and as Harkness started to
    tip It he saw a girl disembarking alone.
    He unhung his field glasses.
    Yes, it was Leda!
    He threw the glasses on the bed and
    went on with his toilet.
    Eye-ry one was at luncheon when he
    went .down, and as he stopped by
    Leda'a chair to remind her that she
    was tp drive out with him at 3 he
    could t not help seeing how wretched
    she lpkoed. Her haifP bore no sign of
    side eokmb.
    When they went out later there
    seemeId to be a species of shadow mix-
    ed wifh the preliminary silence.
    The',man spoke first (and he waited
    a goo ,Whlle).
    .,...... af-ven't found it; have you?"
    'ij4Uea-f no."
    "Do t you think perhaps it fell out
    In theboat?"
    4'WlIy, there was nothing in the boat
    to loosen it."
    Halrness felt the corners of his
    moutlV suddenly give way even while
    his te nper rose. He looked off to the
    right Hor a long minute and then asked
    .,severey:
    "Wait there anything at the Point to
    loosen It?"
    Ledj s mouth flew open in undis-
    guiscd' fright.


    Point.
    "I k? |
    ahe

    o"V- qv
    lover.
    the f|
    "YoU
    ln^ o1\|
    you k
    long t(
    iettin4
    Led:;
    "Onl
    "~on ly
    "aCl
    6,03

    ness,
    welllb
    great
    ing th
    me," ,
    promlis
    again
    gree qi,
    and y4
    that yc|I
    "Oh,|s
    submtsi
    as ahi"
    and ho'-
    H ariLJ


    ting tl
    "S h
    lover.
    ratus 9
    r'fltlis
    -left ir
    forth 1
    Lodd
    "Oh.
    "I d.


    told you


    we were to the


    iew it all the time."
    -vgan to cry.
    ver. will again, truly."
    could you behave so?" said the
    aiuncehing himself suddenly into
    I tide of his righteous wrath.
    ht ie beyond all p)atience; go-
    I k, that with Wrycroft, when
    )w perfectly well that you be-
    come one else, and then actually
    him'"--
    seized his ;arm.
    once," she protested 'carunestly.
    tce."
    is once too often," said Hark-
    great and exceeding bitterness
    ip In his tone.' "Once Is a great.
    any times-too often, consider-
    situation. Now, Leda, listen to
    . (-w.!iTiatid sternly. "Either
    tc t hat yon will never, never
    Sany tiing In the slightest de-
    'stio niitile or we'll call it all off,
    can give me back the comb
    slill have."
    11 plro!nise!" said Leda, with a
    ve choke. **I'll never, never (do
    Truly, truly. Upon my word
    I r."
    es looked to the right and
    ibeilnd. Then he leaned down


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    tile t; ;lI ] ii lt t e I I i % : I' t l ,
    the'l l .lLti- l ,-,r, a 1: 1 y !'a ,"a I' :" I'' l l-; b
    "':i1 ; l r. .I l,,I A. ll[:; \.l,, x\\ i ; S H .ii.1h t,
    o!.e tlp!,];. It 1 v_, I i iv(- lI e t I ,ily i i ilt Io :
    h \c\',.r k~i. '.;v. 5 Iii) x\'.;. h:.'. rrt :ir-i,l ,.ln
    tle \\ ill, lJiii t,> tlie et'I. lItcrr \\ rr,
    tlie t'rhrilis an di 31. p :\\'ui tr:' (;r lhi.- boy.
    hood. [1id liero livo.l the gentlr 1 v.-,'
    iniu wIho w\v:s thIt H-elen of the mosto
    beautiful of his early poeins. riere.
    after first ceremony In Baltimore, lie
    was married by a second to the lovely
    and youthful VIrgini:i Cletnn, andt
    here they spent the hnIpplest -year of
    their married life. Here. as editor of
    the Southern Literary Me.senger, he
    did much of his best work.-C'harles
    Marshall Graves in Century.

    Toniaty G Tencher-lDil niy of you ever see an
    elephant's skin? Bright Boy-Please.
    sir. I have. Trancher-Where was It,
    my boy? Bright Boy-On the elephant,
    sir.
    Acute Rheumalltism.
    Deep tearing or wrenching pains, oc-
    casioned by getting wet. through: worse
    whei at rest, or on first inovii n th-
    limbs and in cold or damp weather. is
    curcd quickly by Ballard's Snow Lini-
    nieut. Oscar Oleson, Gioson (C'itv, Illi-
    nois, writes, Feb. 16, 1902: 'A year a,'
    S-tro iibed with pain in m k
    . on c(ot so blad I could Iuot lbenove.
    One bottle of Ballard's Snow Iinim;'n'
    cured me. 25c, 50c. $1.00 at theTrading
    Post, St. Andrew, Fla.


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    side coulmb.
    a d.,'ar little girl," said her
    d, taking nil the driving aippa
    no hils rig.it hand. he tlirust the
    his breaiist pocketl aud drew
    Missing cnmb.
    IiCeii]Ond.
    heir (id .you find It?"
    11,'t Fi,.1 It In.' lite,." l1e said


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    THE COLUMBIA GARDEN PLON

    Thi s the latest aii lost complete
    R and 4ow for working plants in the garden. It
    1 ssel"-i.Ijustalble; th.e weight the block to
    Which the blade is attached keeps it In the
    ground, and the depth of plowig is regulated
    b by lifting the handles. A boy or girl of ten
    y Years can handle it with perfect e-asoe. It hasa
    S'I 4-inch steel wleel, the height of which makes
    g the plow light of draft, it has five blades: 1 is
    I4turning mold, 2 a shovel,3 'a teel,or weeding
    Sbladeh, 4 a bull-tongue, 5 a rake. Wrenchli
    with 6chplow.
    "? .' ^-^,W hve .a ai'tarngemients by
    ," *'.f ," "'...," 'ri h WO can firnish this plow at
    ...' -, .....* .:' t-he 'fa'tor-y price, $ J.7 5, % iih
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    ......t.... .. 7 -= =-= .. .. =D. .- .--,
    freight to St. Andrews Bay about one dollar, making *he plow, delivered
    $4.50. But the Buoy prop,)ses to do better than this and will send the PBuyv
    c% v ar ai, furnish one of these plows complete at the factory for $4 50
    purchaser to pay freight
    The plow may be seen in operation at the BUOY Farm at any time
    "' ,0" ,' '" the BUOY direct, '-


    How t'he Li)ertry foys Dd It.
    It wiltf )OTr'iiifill,'red that a dozen
    r more of the collisions between tthe
    ritish and tle Liberty Boys of New
    ork just"ipl'or to the active outbreak
    fthe R1evolution Lr,.w out of the post-
    ag of lncCiAiTry bills and broadsides.
    he nimanner in which these bills were
    hosted is curious. According to the
    iary of John Parks, written in 1T75,
    he ,vork was accouiplishlied In the fol-
    w-ving i :u niIn.r:
    "The. i'ettid i ltely used in New
    ork to post u') inflinimatory hand-
    [lls w.i the si'me used In England
    t the time of the pretender. It was
    one by a man who curried a little
    oy in a box like a magic lantern, and
    bile lie leaned against the wall, as if
    D rest himself, the boy drew back the
    ide, p;iated on thle paper, and, shut-
    ng himself up agaln, the man took
    ie lproper occasion to walk off to an-
    her roasting placee"
    St. Columblaii's Sacred Oak.
    In yen. v '" U il a
    red oik dodlcnted to St. (Columnblan,
    ne of the peculiarities of the tree be-
    ng that whoever carried a small bit
    f the wood or bark In his mouth would
    ever meet with a violent death, It be-
    ig especially efficacious in saving
    ,hristlan martyrs from the block. It]
    vas known throughout the British
    sles as the HIoly Oak of Kenmare.
    afterr the lapse of many centuries this


    net Cunn .,
    Thu rat ias o!ten demonstrated his
    ir t'e!li.:aeei.' I'e'.-ha:,s tOeie hest known
    i:Lst.;<-, i! -ithi.a of tl!e- r.its which, rob-
    bing .1l poetry y-:rd, c.uii conceive uf
    no l-!.ay-'r vA,;y ofr: can'. gh. off the 'gs;.
    than by C.* tii:. one ol' their num;,(-r
    to 1l;e oo 1n L; ,:, I 'r-k clayp it," e '.;
    )on his fistrich. lthii several rats
    pT)Ulil.d their e i.,Ii ,,l'"Dit brothier'S til),
    ID Ile <1, 111.-.4 4".-1ol..d lii ii l rder .
    Thus egg after egg was safely hidden
    iu 6'.-; b. : .v..
    .\A :, -,';-, "'; l" wn to cro.- ,.A
    S"'.olh in t,)TI-' i nt n1 SO, l]-III seated on
    a Sw.i.'s.s lT':k. otiet raits ]i;hve mrndle
    friend \vlih dogm aind fed from the
    same ilhU.tLer. \Vhouen the dogs werp
    absent they would never feed, know-
    ing thnt the presence of their canine
    friends uteant safety. .
    Although when driveih desperate
    with huringer they will dev'ir one an-
    other, In times of .plenty-'l-ir affec-
    tion is almost human. -
    A Sussex clergyman i.ia to'd how he


    -a ii i IrUil -M r MTBS i, IgraF ugIg -uar--
    one district to another, nnd in the mid-
    die of the company was, an old blind
    rat with a twig In his mouth, by which
    he was being safely led by a younger
    rodent.
    Instances of rats leading blind com-
    rades by the ears to feeding places and
    plancinig food close to their muzzles
    have Ibeen observed more than once.
    ThIQ, isa I. a anvi- h im nmi v hr1 man ,.n.haln"-


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