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: February 28, 1907
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00106
Source Institution: University of Florida
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ST. ANDREW; F.B. 28, 1907. NO.50.


OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY fat aN ii lell. H;ME TMOuaf. ('e1s and directed e. evo or w., The
ator-stdistrit. . AT ST ANDREW, FA With all the advantages San An- To think we wri)l O.t whole school on him T'oi tired t. 14''8 begin
U. Seator-st district, S. R. Ml- unconcerned. but he o not i matte
lory, Pensacola; 2d District, J. P. One Dollar a Year in Advance. tonia has, I am confident that if the by 1o )ieaids the.a .- from casting a glance of trium: h at are il.
Tallafero, Jacksonville. influential citizen, of our Gulf cities How many the i-d Tommy English. and there lay i' wings,
Reprentatives-lst DistricUt. S. M. 8ritered Sept 3, 19,2. at St. Andrew, would wake up and go to work with 'Lays dream dream n .r ff p undoing, for the teacher'i eyr- were for th
Sparkman, Tampa: 2d District. Fia.. e aeconi clam matter, under w, 'e =idi fo he Itiro ke. o t
Prank Clark, .ake City; 3d Ditrct. At ot Congre of March 3 1879. vim and perseverance, our Cities generous a,\aitd b uTim." she said n barpito "Y.u will th
W. B. Lamar T could be made just as beautiful and career! Ti wil tbe h com stay In after school tongt." I quar
o; R ver Chub, IaiuE t LLIAM A. E NNON prosperous. What we need is more mon creaw'to whom i bnut-*t" 1I ain't done nothiu'," he declare.l Wcher
tate-Governo N. Broward; Sec- good railroads and the completion fight for metirei a, Yet s did not say tha!you bael." se nd M
ytat--overnor, N. B. Broward; see- P"RPRIET 0 R "I did not 91Y thftyou h'. she -nid Mont
retary H C. Crawford: Ireasurer, of the Panama Canal. We will do few years inai we see temr quietly. "I said that I wished you to cores
W. V. Knott; Attorney-Generfl, W. Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per the rest. Howe-er, I am advising led by the s ne .'asions, livi g remain after school this evening." the w
H.uperinte; Cmptroller, A. J. Instr-oom month. Position and extraordinary n 1 Me .. Aw." cried Tim. "that ain't fair!" form
Superintendent, W. olloway; c Instr condition rates subject to special any one who wishes to take a trip for the same od She said nothing, but et on ietly this
rtion M. Holure, Ccmma. agreement both health and pleasure to try. Sun- They mahy lve atulate to with the class work. Thn had expected rabbit
ltae SentIor, S. W. ClarH, Blounts- "Local Drift.," c per line, first inser- iy San Antonio. I am seLves that th algrown their her to answer, that he might talk back Corksc
.f aka 8 again. He could not understand thiu 61rum
town. -Rerese tiort; 2)1 each subsequent. Display Yours Truly. HARV, J:. SNYDER. silly romance down to wnl quiet ignoring of the matter and sat
a. iteon Veornon, Counny Judge, locals double aboye rates. Postoffice Cierk, Pensacola. lire. But the on. wa tle silent and uncertain. one of
'. 1R. Weli.; Clerk of Court, County reality ; that tiL4would Durihg ,he noon hour Tummy Eg- one ar
'Clerk Recorder of Deeds. W C. If ithi paragraph is checked with a e (l h sought to reade him into defy- Im.
A V i re e ht yourTHE T OR DA n eay in the teacher but when o'cok th
Wt.,,. ,ai -qn-, subseriotion nas expinret ,niri that two t& "-" ", "
L'rlsurer, G iller, Vernon; or three extra numbl-,s will be .ent Fla., comments as follows on an ar- d ream be --Chr wit the others.
Tax AsesCsor, J. J. Vlliarns Chip- you that no break mr oo~ir should ticle by Mr. W. D. Griffing, of this M. Southgate. quiet voice reminded im that be winTa1 Th0,
1w ; County Superintendent, B. you choose to renew. "h to ice in d
Gainer, Wausa; Surveyor, Tho. ity, in the Southern Fruit Grower to stay In
collins Vernon; County Commfi- fr November, which will doubtless To stay after school meant to spend
sioners. First District, B6e Brooks; e a certain time in stidy. Tim scuitled Ther
ecnd D t. Levi Yates; SAN ANTONIO, XAS. be interesting to the Agriculturist back to his desk and sat there swing stand
Third Distric S.LDavis; Fourth Dis" The following letter written by a family, and especially thnse who are Ing his feet idly. He was determined lauded
trict, P. N. Autchson; Fifth Distri rmer resident of t. Andrew, will be interested in peach culture that he would not study and wondered and
W. Sitgltary-Justice the ormver resident oft. Andrew, will be interested in peach culture aguely if the teacher would try to wilder
Peace, John Sturrock; Notaries, W. read with interest by those who II your November issue, the ques- :- thrash him for his disobedience, the ag
A. S;.mo1ng, A. H. Brake. Presently the others were gone, and cordl
blA. ED.ectmo rs, G. W. Surber, Sr., were acquilinted with the young tion is raised as to the variety of By JOHN J. 0 O.R esently the other were gone, and
,c.l Directors, _.ee.Miss Murtha went back to her de'k. verg(r
p., Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis- man: peach for the vicinity of Century, Fla,, Another scholar had been kept in to re- amn
tress, Zaie HWa re Taylor Editor St. Andrews Buoy: Deaf and answered by Mr. Griffimig, advis. "" '-' write the spelling lesson, and Miss ha c
Posrton, oSir. If you will be so kind as to al- ing the Honey type, as against the Murtha waited quietly until thq task rectly
MfllvilePostun ,ter, Henry Bovis. It was October % %iu Tim came to was done. At last they two were alone, day t
ifin L low me the space in yotir paper, I Elberta and others. and she called to him. Not once had d tI
Constable, J. l1. Daft g n. school. The fanil: h.t, been visiting and she called to him. Not once had the cl
Parer-Postmaster and Notfry Pubte, wonld like to give the people of St. With all regard for Mr. Grimng's relativess in the "eest. ad 1..- had re she noticed him before, and Tim weut It doe
w. H, Parker. " el, tolderthatyoogniz
w al P mark ter M N: Carlisle. Andrew and surrounding country acknowledged ability as a judge in Jofied il the pr.oiongil vacation. It rward wond you eringlye a bad ogize
aunrll y-Potmaster, R. Peters. some idea of that fair city of the such niatters, it is hard to see why a eeined rather hard to bave to go bach oy, she said, "but I did not think it
rAsafltou-postmaster, Andrew Allan.
Saunde Andrew Allan. o school, and it waI w di laggard feet a wo ts.
Alranltou-Postmaster, S. w. Ander, southwest, ISan Antonio, Texas. btate line (all the difference there is 1 scho, and t ;th tpe rest ard feet that you would act o toward a won- tals i
he, W. Andr hat ho headed, ;',h toe r'eft o(f the an."rhyh
A sn I left Pensacola for San Antonio between West Floida and South A1-. scholars, toward the lite frame build- "What's the difference?" he demand- harmh
Wesat Bay-Potsts ter, . Gay. on Nov. 18, 1906 aud remained abama and Georgia) should figure in ag where the tender qlnd of district ed. "You get paid to teach us. don't led of
.jomiPostmaster, Emery TomP- there two months, and I shall al- it. o. 4 was trained. t/ you, just like a ihan?" there
"hs. new tecaerso e nk Tt, ounthr Gently she explained that she had the by
adPotmasters look back pon those two That some parties near DeFuniak d Tommy Elb 'The oth day been hired to teach the school, but that dissen
kiool--I'ostmaster, j. i. Fowler. months as among tho happiest days Springs, after putting out their trees Bill Hendricks brongit a bean blower she could ,ot remain if she could not a guide
-uMpo---Postlllstrer,. erMrDMyer. of my life. San Antonio has a pop- "went wild" on tobacco and let the md shot the nencher the back, and handle the pupils. If he and some of
Murlee-.-Postmaster, James M. Murfee. oi ll w she said was, "l eaqe don't. I the other boys persisted in being dis-
latin of 90,000, but including tile borers and white scale take their mess there's going to ie fun." obedient, she would have to give up The
Calhoun County Cranton--Postmas- tourist+ in the winter season, it runs trees, should be no more in favor of Tim smiled weakly. It was encour- the school and they would have de- ing hi
ter, -Na Heouins..u pric e
r or Hoskins W FWood up to 125,000. They have several the Honey peach or against the Chi to know that he could ctice priced her of a chance toearn a living to Jac
ioid. beautiful parks, amoig which are nese than that the ability of the pear thrashing. The lait teacher had been When she had finished, Tim looked up. sum
p "Say," ale said penitentlyh g let Tonsol
THE MAILS. San Pedro, Breckenridge, Tiavis, to live without attention or fertilizer, a man, and Tim had had good reason "Say," li me s aid penitently, "I'll wonlet book,
'he nortBern mails, via, Audeats, the Twin Parks and several others, causing many to abandon their El- to remember him, for Of the younger you liback me f you want to. I won't book.
Gd Cbipldeparts boys Tim was the rlngleader, Just as "Ighntback," s itge a
yery day except Sunday at 3:00 which I will not take space to name. berta orchards here for it, should Hendricks was the leader of the older don't want to whip you," she said there
o'v-luvk a. m., arrives every day ex- -Among the most beautiful plazas brand the latter a failure, boys. That B:1l had eventually thrash- as she stoope edand kissed him. "I wadt cI ld
cept Sunday at 7:15 p. m. ed the teacher and forced him to re- you to be a good boy; that's all." in esi
afat Bay mail for Harrison, Millville, in the city are the Alamo, Main and Century is within one mile of the sign just before the end if the spring Tommy English was waiting for him lines i
Cromatonn Parker, Pttl erg, CoSt. Military. They are very beautiful, State line; this point is twenty-five term was no great consoition to Tim. as the subdued Tim went out. "Did With
iad et lea1The trustees hat putin a woman she lick you?" he demanded eagerly. With
Se y morning ecept being kept green te year round. At miles further south, teacher as au expeltme.. thinking" didn't hear you holer."h
y at 5:30 clock, arrie, coming the union depot of the S. P. R. R. iS The crates of Eibertas that were perhaps fe-~a l ,Pi*'al might be With a howl Tim sprang at him and And fr
S0. one of the largest cact in the world, sent to President McKi nleyand that more potent' b tha4' Aaory -switch. thrashed him as a relief for his over- a
RELIG IUS. It is 20 feet iigh and neasnret e tl advertised throughout the Nrth Tim rather expectodla gaunt old lady, wrought feelings. Wlie
alpaist-Curch Wyoming ave. front i et an meare e ere advertised throughoutas a certain Miss Flint had been, and An' I'll do it again If you say any- he ak
:ij'g IPark .t. Services at 11 a. m.and feet in diameter at the base. It was as having been grown in the famous when he made his appearance in the thing about Miss Murtha," he promised more.
7:lay at 1 a. n. dayRe. L. e oynet transplanted there from Arizona and Georgia peach belt, were grown just schoolroom and presented himself be- as he released his victim, "an' I'll lick thed t
lay at 10 O. mne R. 6 0Pond. outh of hee. The w h fore the teacher he was shocked to any of you sellers what makes trouble these l
opasor" E a-C urh WaeI. weighed exactly'6000 pounds. south of here. The writer has El- find so young a woman, for bef.," "lam,
igtooI ave. and Chestnut st Sunday One of the most interesting points berta and Belle of Georgia trees ten Marion Murtha was only nineteen, t took but a week to make that fact
school 9:,0 a. m. every Sunday. of the city is the old Alamo, where years old, which averaged last sun- and her fresh coloring and the liquid apparent, and those who had taken ad.
Rev. F. Wineman nstor r brown eyes made so deep an impres- vantage of the fact that Miss Murtha Of c
rianChurh corner Loraln th brave Texans lost their hveb in mer four ushels each of fine fniit, sion on him that for the first ten days did not believe in physical punishment tree
Ave. and Drake St, Sunday school their famous battle for liberty and and also one Alexander at least ten he was one of the model scholars, and learned behave. any bi
at 9:30 a. m. every Sunday, Joh independence. The walls ot this an. years old bearing nicely. Miss Murtha was beginning to congrat- Then came Ren Hanway upon the becomE
Sturrock, Sinpt. scene, and It soon became apparent will
CaithI.( h htrurh corner Wyo,.ng ciont buildiiig, erected in 1718, are One pear grower here who has that Marion bad fallen In love. The Of ille
'\o. and Foster St. in fairly good condition, and with grown fruit from Illinois to Califor proposition was almost too much for she ne
--" good care bid faii'to remain intact'Tor nia, recently remarked that had he Tim to grasp, but in a vague way be a tidy
Park.er Lodge 42 many years yet. Thore are also sev. put out Elbertas here twelve years 'eald that the teacher cared a great yars

y, l Regular (ommuni- oral other old Spanish missions ago, instead of the ones that he did, though he reserited the lost walks home is dear
aOng oil the first whichh are very interesting, mainly and then attended to them instead of with Miss Murtha, because now Ren and fic
Sard third Saturday on account of their age. as they were going pear wild, he now' could have called for her with bs uggy, and Tim erha
in each month, erected in the Sixteenth century. been touring the country in a parlor But the course of true love never did appian
S siting Brothers One of the main features of this car. n smooth, and one afternoon Tim Four
FRATERN&LLY INVITED. eame back to the schoolroom to find ready'
.R.E. PALMER, W. M. city is the strange mixture of ancient nasmuchas te peac seems to be Miss Murtha, with her head bowed on you n
0. W. NIxoN.Secretaryv and modern which meets the eye claiming immediate attention in this her arms, her slight form shaken by with g
'" fromn every viewpoint. Here will be region, it seems hut fair that tha El- sobs. Softly he stfo e out of the room r' l" fi'.
IUUSINESS DIREOTORE. an old adobe hut, almost ready to berta should have its fair show, and Renwouldmproad fytein theiofilee -'
W. A. EMMONS., crumble to dust from age, while.be- all who know of it seem inclined to of the lumber yard, and thitbher he bIent ira, I
Nlotary a ido it will be a five-story modern stand by it. The only improvement his steps. n !say was working at Ilt'.':,
th State at Large; has his desk when the door burst open and ctr-'.
Purictn toadminister ths, take tructuro varV beautiful to behold, they want ou it would be its ability Tim was upon him like a young crta- you ha
affidaviWa, legalize acknowIedg- San Antonio can boast of many fine to fight the borer and white scale T h mount, pusomeling aue] kking Indle- !gete,.
ients, eta., anywhere in Flolaon bnildnge-the Federal building, the without effort on their part. crlminately. The attack was .o sud. ge- to
Special attention given to land con: u e e bln te d i that it was several minutes before the -'.*-'
veyanees and marriage ceremony per- court house and Moore building are following the above Mr. 1adgar A. Hanway could grasp the youngster. -Ernc-i
form at the Buoy Oce, St. Andrews all worthy of notice and the city hall tHaaf, who seems to have started the s gTears of rage stood In Tim's eyes as
O -ay. i 's as nice a building as can be foundt discussion navys: Yo -let elt r. Kind
-- in the South. This city is a great I note in Tie Southern Fruit Grow- got to lick you. I said 1 was golin' to never

Notary Public for State at. large. Of business center, ou account of its er fur November, a reply from Mr. c an' lke ta t Ba d one M* R
flee at Store, corner of Lorainave- close proximity to the Mezicau bor. W. D. (rifling to my inquiry as to In hrew t -l.ls cit nm rind

w solicited .and given prompt at- der,. and alo on account of the differ- the varieties of peaches suitable to Usi itr em o "I didn't make her cry." laughed Rum
_______....__ _.,_. '.- rA .. Iwl:,tI L: :,..,.,i. ,.,l,;.l.r, ..., .ir.-.. i... northwest K'lotdi T1. I heliee tha- -. I E ar thoueh.1hr fa>L went 'r. D"t'd"

DR. W. G. MITCHELL. There 1s the Southern Pacific, the must be some misapprehension here .date bersdlf thi e bo against
'bhslclan and Druggist, COomere St M, 8Kt & T..and the I., & G. N. and and that Mr. Grifling's strictures on wtvhom everybody warned her was
east of Iayvle-v, offers his profe s after
slonal services to the citizens ot BL also the S. A. & P. road. All of these Elberta, Carman and Waddell are in- 1ot so bad
AndreWs aod vicinity. Residence on are large lines anj the first three are tended for eastern and central Flori- ut re-in and fri y looked English
Buena Vta avenue. na Tommy English
SBuena rge trunk lines. All around is a da. twitted him on hia-susceptibility.
,f "'Ie wants to Lurry her whoea 1e
DR. J. J. KESTEI, great farming and stock raising I am in district o. 7 of U. S rows up," he toeer. e'll be brng-
Sonmipopathic Physlcian and Accon- .OWS up," he jeerat. **Hell bebring-
heomr Optice Pioneianr Drug tore- country, and the city has ane of the Farmers Bulletin Number 208, being iug her apples an' candy next. The
finest stock vaids in the state of Tex.- est ot Chatahloochee river aud some don't alr Il; he'd J,*- t sl.,t, that's all."
o W. H. PARKER,e of F as. San Antonio is divided into dit- three hundred feet or more elevation a i e s i e tTht ha
goltsy Putuc for the State of Flor- a big jl., i3 h1 i deok that he was
Ida at Large. Office at Parter. va., ferent sections, as follows: Down- I seem to be in a 4"border land" and think; 0 of g. ling Miss Murtha if he
Conveyancing and payment ot tax4m town, Alamo Heights, South Heights, I suspact--siQce the cJunty is new- did -i)c feel tempted to eat It himrs,-lf
for oun-reaidents, specialties. durI the uoon hor.
for -i i.eiat e..Laurel Heights, Tobin Hill, Hot conditions are largely experimental I 1 r n't atskeereo of her," .e s' .- I
w soe wfat4 an Aata hv*p, 'Wella and Prospect Heights. One of hgaveorceredseveral wellrecommeuded conft-.ptuously. "I was just waiting "
A young an once wrote to *i s I 1 iuu thinu Jo{ethin upi."3i'
bean V Howells tor his autograptL. h the largest military poets in the varieties front various sections and I tllY a ,jeered To"h y dSietl didn't say
novelist replied In a typewritten line: United states, is situated bare-Fortd will be likely to know more in a few you was a-skeere* I said you wa:4
"nave you bought my last book?" Sam Houston. It occupies itearly jyoars than I do now Elbertas are be- stuck on the teach r."
"Thave )not. wantaeto e your aut 40,000 acres of land and is what is ing planted in my section and I know withe iadark "Youwaenter T n's snlee, wn,
-raph in order to get swrty enough- termed a brigade post. Of the cli- ot at; orchard of Elbertas which must rac,-, off to the well.
to buy it." mate of -$both West Texas, one can be five or six years old, and they He came stamping in when the bell
.easoname aestest. not say enough. It simply delight- showed no sign of dying out when I rang and went to his desk with a swag-
ts abt* simply delight..showedno sign oger that was quite like his old time
"The trouble." said the dentist as he- ful. During the two months which I saw them last Junu).-Florida Agri- bear -g. The desk next him was- emp-
irobed away at the aching molar with remained there the temperature went culturant, ty, and with infinite care he twisted
a tong. slender Instrument, "Is evident- ie two ',its of slate pencil into a rubber
ly due to a dying nerve,." no lower than 47 degrees above zero bane, and dropped them into- the other
"Weo." groaned tfhe victim. "It's we had a snow storrt on Dec., 21; but Wicked men cannot be friends either desk. The unwinding band rattled the
pen to you to treat the dying with among themselves or with the good.- pencils around In the empty box with
en to you to treat th dying wh it was a warm snow and mIoltd as te. grarh that.sopDBN the Fourth Read.
htle more -t.' -hF

A Cit7 of Caravans.
first of November Is the official A Policeman's strategy.
aing of winter in Paris. Then, no When Captain W. B. Weber wits I
r what the temperature be, fires patrolman a clothing tenst' upron lia
t in the schools and public build- befit was robbed oie n.ghiL Th1.- th.ef
and the Janitor turns on the heat had taken off his own old clothe' aind
e sad race of flat dwellers. Then left them in the store. He had put od
he smaller shows which cannot a new suit and worn it away. The old
'or a "stand" In the streets or suit was that of a boy about fifteen
"s go into winter quarters. years old.
.? I found a city of them out in Weber gathered up the clothe. nud
aste i. d.4 by the great gate of took them to the old fire patrol hjuse
rouge. In an empty lot were at Seventh avenue and Wyaddotte
of caravans draw up behind street. He put them upon the floor
ooden pallbades, ranged so as to and, turning the hose on them, drench.
veritable streets. named after ed them with water. Then lie went
liownin- or that. Dogs, chickens, down to the junction, where at that
s, childre;e, swarmed everywhere. time the newsboys congregated In
crews of .smoke ro.ie from the great numbers. He gathered a dozen
deys of the wagons. Gaudy rags of them around him.
drying on l:ne;. Will you look In "Buys," he said, "the police found
f the auns? It has two rooms. In some clothes down on the river bank
re the beds. The other is for eat- this morning. It looks like a boy had
On all si.J.s the walls are lined been drowned. I want all of you ti
closets aid di:!w.i. A littiu stove come up to the fHe station and look
nt1 r -ne d,10 'r. LI--re they are the clotheS, Maybe you cau tell inm4tp0 ft
Te they'"lkir ai l-die. the euk-r- they below d to."
y*,idti:, ,,f the \oiyagers.--\'auLce No sooner had the '"fewsies" gath-
p'nu in tirtltg Magazine. ered around the pile of Water soo. ed
clothes than one. little fellow spike up:
The Truly Beniitiful. "Them's Nifty Smith's. I seen hin
re is, it haa beipn aiid, no fixed wearing' them red gallus,. ain' he sew-
ard of art. criticism. What Is: ed that patch di the knee there his-
d today is discarded tomorrow, self."
even connoisseurs disagree be-' Other boys corroborated this story
tingly; but, glaiiilg back over iz less than an hour the officer had
ges, It will be found that the dis- corralled Nifty and made him confess
has been caused by technical dl- to the robbery.-Kansas City Star.
nce and that In every land and
g all peoples the truly beautiful Poisoned WVMiho0od.
oeu gei -raily recognized and cor- If one were to say tbnt thousands oat
esteemed. No one questions to- people regularly and almost system-
he beauty of the Greek temple or atically poison themselves with food,
harm of the Babylonian pottery. It would strike the average layman aM
s not require trained eyes to roc- extravagant. The opinion of the- ay-
the merit of an oriental flower man, however, cuts no figure 4vea
ng or to find delight in one of nComofaed with the -iscientifc deduct~Abn
ler's ndocturnes. The fundamen- of one who has carefully observed e
n each instahce are the same- facts. How many people are IOere
nieal line, fair proportions and who select their food with care, bat I
nious coloring. We have to be at the right time and in the proper
'tttimes up the ascent of art, and way to secure good digestion and sub-
Is much discussion concerning sequent absorption of Just the hysl-
'ways, but once on the height all ologically correct amount of nutriment
sion ends, and we no longer need required to repair the waste incurred
ie.-Leila Mechlin in Century. by the duties of everyday life? There
are very few. Some starved themselves,
Drytden's line. but the great majority go to the other
story is told that Dryden, finish- extreme and constantly overeat. One
s translation of "Virgil," sent It eats too much at regular mealtimes.
opb Tonson for publication for a whild another eats less, but feeds more
specified upon the manuscript. frequently., in either case the diges-
n was des.irous of oldauining the tive apparatus Is overtaxed.-A Phy:
but determined to take advan- stcian in New York World;
of Dryden's need of money. iHe
ore informed the poet that he "A Robust Ghost,
not pay the sum 1Dryden asked. John Leech and a member of the
Ily Drydeir sent tle following Millais family once stayed a night at
an fes(r'itioill of tile publisher: Cowdray hall, In England, where, many
erring look, bull faced and freckled guest.i being present, the two friends
.l r, had no alternative but tdi accept rooms
two left le. with Juda colored n an isolate wing supposed to be
ov.'zN pores that tatht the ambient haunted. In the middle of the night
r- Miliais awoke, believing thbet sorec
l tjhi'" ':,i deis\e:-ed to 'J'tnr,,', gfant was shaking him violetitly by the
ecd if Dryden h.id said '' i .n in shoulder. This was supposed -to be
"Yes." re,,libd the bearer, "C the, favorite device of the ghost He1
a telf the (i' that hle 'vho wrote rushed into a corridor and found Leech
ines could write ao're tiKehem.' sitting there trembling and declaring
i sent the n un:ey at once. that he would not for the world go
back to his room. They spent the re-
The Star ald nHer Public. mainder of the night' l the t-orridor,
otrse mrater!ally the star s exb- but in the morning said nothing ot
y well off. She can, if she has their experiences. In the afternoon
business instin-t whatever, easily there arrived an evening paper telling
e a rich woan.an. She earns, mw, of a violent earthquake In the locality.
y, $500 a week and a percentage The earthquake was what the two vise
box office receipts. At that rat, itors believed to be their ghost
el not Ibe miserly to accumulate "
fortflne in the course of a fe Valuable Pebtle. .
sfu! y.v'. A few sNuccestifu Befdt'een the ,iirthlrn point of Lon
Ah, thIro'* he rub The publh. Island and Watch H11111 lies a row of,.
r, kind, .' l.. lr ..' .ir- ng little islands, twcr f which, Plum id-
kle. Its r 'rd t iiimmedlalae and land and Goose Island, pOlsesg a pe-
UUIAIIXIMOMUW i UJJivrinvqf 4Z Wti+ --n- VO

s ephen.-ral. it adores you this
locks to rte you, bursts Its gloves
ding you, i tx''r1ms t rit' c'les of
icart w-Ih ~ :,.'y srniles, Iit
.:l't"' tos' iC; fou flowers, seudds
tces. makes you walk l p, i airl
madness. And next vear it (les'i.
,. yv '"r [,' *y r ]lh.-'a {,. '.,ii',- fn> '
,.,ri!+ ,..:,e ,; t.'! ..: trithr.ir .i::iLg

n-( v,.., -.:.. ..*"" ,lt" b j irn ; (t ,,
lih v..ir ';!:< wn-. 1i i greater'.
e-, an'i gl''L.:i'" favor. i s thIb:
v& ,a '" l',,2f',e .r> -i. to ih, neg
.a.lf co'l:eP)lttut i 'j'y [i.tl -J i] i
h dr1 u n (rnr:t>-.i l ienefits aind
uiil-r-ead' ng'yv le-iuwte> h rllt.
I tr. rn ,ii)re ,i H -';rp' n' B :' i'.

Lady-My poor man. will you
ki-ep away from booze?
my Robinson-Well, mtru, dore
I ,-o'e I keep nawIy from.
Iadly Ankd what booze Is that?
my Roblusoun-Why, de caboose.

sists In heaps of richly colored quartz
pebbles, showing red, yellow, purple
and other hiue, 'hblch are Idtaily called
agates. They are used in making stain-
ed glass windows, and there is a suffi-
clent demand for them in New York
to keep the owners o.f one or two sloopl
employed in gathering them from the
beaches, v hre the waveq conmtinf tiv
roll and polish them. 1ir'ai. n out tihe
beanly of their elir.-i.

A Fearful Ore-I.
The mor.t terribllie duil pI oglht at any
time In Paris was fIth onne libe;vesei
Colonel D.. an old Bonapartr-t otdier.
and M. de G. of The ;irdes: <:ii 'Corl.
a mPre youtr, hf:t of her'uleanr
strength. The two men. lushe,. foget' -
er so us to leave their right arms
free. were armed with short kunives.
placed in a hackney coach and driven
at a tearing gallop around the l'lace
de Ia Coucorde. They were taken hTt
of the coach dead. The colonel had
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white. "What makes you think so?" go News. bu t one of these had pierced his heart.
"You used to drive her hotne," cried -- -
Tim, "an' now you don't come any .LL
more, an' I went into the schoolroom
this afternion, an' she was "'ryin', with
her head on the desk, an' I knew It
was your fault, anm' want to lck you." "
Hfanway's face glowed with pleasure. Nursing baby?
There had been a small quarrel, but so
successfully had she hidden her feel- It's a heavy strain on mother.
Ings that he did not think she cared.
"I'll hitch up and g right overtoer tem i called upon to supply
tell her I'm sorry," he said. "WVill that I-Icr system is called upon to supply
dor?" n m w u rhment for two.
"If she says yes/' agreed Tim. Han-
wai went out. Some form of nourishment that will
That evening Tim was at the Presby- ome o f u mi
terian social when Miss Murtha and be easily taken up by mother's system
Hanway came in. .MIS' Murtha bent '
over and kissed him. b5 is n dlel
"My little champion," she whispered.
"You have made me so happy." sCOfa f EmggUg1 liOr contains the
"Then I won't lick Ren agaln." prom- *. .
ised the onased Tim. "I thought you'd greatest possible amount of nourish
want me to.". ent ift easily digested form
A Correction. 0
Bertle-Father, what Is an egotist? IA p Mother and baby are wonderfully
Father-He Is a man- who thinks he la hled by its use.
smarter than any one else. Mother- helped by its use
My dear, you are scarcely right. The
egotist Is the man who says that he Is ALL DRUCISTSr BOe AND $.003
smarter than any one else. All men ALL DRU
think they are!

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All Aainnt a e1tenc Andrewe 9-
M A. A certa prosy prof.rshsor of physic Oall acd -. Pin wRla sti Andrew t
is .i So. g' t antirope that he d- beat thing to use when removing spots
S liberatey ounces hs lectures for rom leather. Two or three crystals S T A H I P M P A N Y
-Souvenir Book o0 St Andrew, 60c. feriild. 1.." old ,i... ".. I, ,I. ",. the days Ihvn lie bha reason to think o l le cIna s STEAM H P C MwaterY ,
at Ware's, Godard's and Matsker's. earle h u*.'W "n. "iiiJ has lDwv. that his dinuto wail least want to at- o
at -Colored and plain souvenir p rmtal- d i ,under-ie:it. ll rs tead. I! tend. 13 comm handed their presence then apwill do the work. Watch close- I E A
-Colored and plain souvenir peatal- 1,)%% ItOt gi%'ve i.S (' V Co'lt a\,-y It oni an eleet a day oace and drove them sy, and whlen the spots begr to dWsa p t l _se-..
cards, with St. Andrew scenes at the inyl poorer Itoul. ind there are no toad nearly wil 'y delivering a tedious e- lyar and whcearn the spot being to dsape
BuoYofflce. leaHlig in metd hand ratncut. Nel. say on wil We. acid, which is a powerful bleach. Dri -
-Blank Warranty Deeds, abort form other does it leave its cast off Jacket on -"f he w~lis It, n man may accom- the leather with a clean cloth. Foi T AP'
printed on good Itnen naper. 25c per the ground after the fashion of the plsh any g," he droned. "Let him bright leather make the solution weak
dozen: also blank receipts-100 receipts shiftless snake. It swallows ts ovr- make up mind not to die, and he er.-Philadelphia North American.
The str. Tarpon arrived from the la iblook, lOc each, at the BuoVoffice c.oat at one mouthful, converting its will live spite of disease; let him
oTh tr.1 on ariv., Fre. At iao I Tet, B ice stomach into a portmanteau, decide tha fe is nt? worth living, and night In His Line. SCHEDULE.
South at 12 'clock m., Friay. At D INK Tablts Price, per be will d peacefully out of It. 1 Irate Father-I'm getting tired of th. LEAVE. GOING OUTH ARRI
12:15 p. m. yesterday she arrived box 10 ots. Put up eight Tablets i) a Card ot Thanks. challenge y student to cite an In- nonsense. You've been engaged to tha Tuesdnay. 8:30 pm. Pensacola.
rom Mobile and Pensacola. bon ial a eran ent. bso- Being deeply grateful for the many stance in thepower of the will young man for six mouths. Does he Wednesday, 2:30 p.. Milvi, Wecne
The achr. Cleopatra sailed for lately indelible, convenient, non-coro- kind offices of our neighbors and Up shot reprobate of the class, a You must have patience, papa. Re buda 9:00 a Carrabeola Thursdy. 16.
Pensacola at 3.00. p. t. Tueesday- sive. At the Bnoy office friends through our late bereavement, youth belo by all his companions member, he's an actor. Irate Father- Monday, 6:00 p. m. Mobile. Monday. 6:0
-- -The steamer J. P. Williams was we desire by this means to express for his dhr humor. What has that to do with it? Daugh LEAVE. GOING NORTHT AHI
"Sir, I a t your challenge. You ter-He's fond of long engagements. Ttursday, 3:00 m Ca rabelle
?ACKETt SCHOONER riven a new stern wheel at the hands of our most heartfelt thanks to all, and are wrong, he said. Friday, l:3. t.Andrew. Friday, 2:00
C ,EOP A1TRA C. 11. Casey the first of the present hope each and eery one may long be "Pray m tion an example," retort- He Made Thenm Read It. Fridryy. 10:00 a. m. MiliviHe. Friday. 11:30
CLX.O A week, tfo which purpose the vessel was ed the pro or dryly. Daughter-Have you found out yet Pensacola. Fridt, 11,30
l.eavre St. Andrews Bay, every Monday, moored at Jno. R. Thompson & Co.'s spared o deep an afflictio. -- -----"With pl sure, sir. An hour ago I what it was that papa cut out of the PA s. m- r-' :?.A.'J,
Leaves 'ensacola, Thursday, weatherr wharf while the repairs were being R. W. WILLOOX. willed this .lecture should be paper? Mother-Yes. I bought a copy Pensacola to St Andrew anMillville $5.00
Sermnittfiig). Spe ial attention will be made. Mit. E. M. WILLcox. brought to speedy conclusion. I've I've rend it all through, but to save Pensacola to Apachicola and Carrabl 7.0.
given to receiving and ferwarding my life I can't see anything wrong In naa il .0.
freight for parties living anywhere on -Dr. 8. B. Alexander of Marianna willed the thing sixty times sluce, y cant seerong St. Andrew and M lle to A.alachicola, $5.00.
either art of the Bay, and passengerte Fla., is at Millville this week, engaged The FaitMful Little Gulde. but up to n It hasn't come off." it. It's an article on the vulgarity Peusaola t Mobile, 2.60.
19r any point on the Iay can depend hOfttimes I have seen a tall ship glide "Nor will said the professor, "for and silliness of buying gowns that are rhe abovo rates include meals and berths. [J. t. SAUNaD
upon securing prompt transportation his dental profession: He will by against the tide as if drawn by I have not y willed that this lecture beyond one's means E. R. COBB. Gen'l Freight and Pass. Agt.
at ieasonable rates. Good nassenge, St: Andrew next week, prepared to do some invisible towline with a hundred should last other hour, but am per- Man of Iligh Prineiplem.
aecotlnodatons. EsproQo and Railroad all kinds of dental work. You will do strong arms pulling It. Her sails hung fectly will that It should do so." AMan o th week who A If
Freight noeciaitl.a. For further in- well to call on him. Call at Dr. Mitch- unfilled; her streajumrs were drooping; And it did. ha beeotn asedup forby his fend A BRAK
Lor M. Wataon a Ge. Manager. eli's drug store. he had neither side wheel nor stern a Inse be s a m h ie o t
-Handsome letter head with St ,hoel. Still she moved on stately in Thoues e Kidney Trouble visit a. music hall on th'ye no
SAHTHm LAUNCH views eo - s it wineath r To 4 Out. kIrk on th' aw a?-Lon on Opinion
.L A 1U R A. Vista Palt, at 8c. per dozen;, alo map hulk that swam 80 mijestically. there Fill a btbr c on glass with your Adau Foreihdn S APLE AN FANCY
`-'L A U -A 9 of the St. Andrews BaI counItr on a lit !!andJ twenty-four hours; a ANDAdam's Foreahtedneo.
Carries tne East Bay Mail Ictwecen St. o th Anrews ay country on vas a little tollii steam tug with a sediment or set- Though Adam blamed Eve tor tempt-
Andrew, Wetappo and intermeditce back of a letter sheet at 15o per dozen, heart of tire and arms of Iron that was tling indicates an ing him to eat apples, it isn't on ree-
points. I aves St. Andrew daily (ex at the B'zov Office hugging It close and dragging It brave- unhealthy condi- ord that he grve her due credit for
cept Suaday' t 5.00 a, m.; arrive at -Parker lodge No. 12 P. & A. M. v i ly on, and I knew that If the little tion of the kid- making those first clothes.-Florlda Cooing an "
at 10) p. m ; artilves at St. Andrew meet in regular communication next steam tughp entwined wher arm mand left lrneys; If it stains Tiames-sUeon co"ino N e le
p at 'clock. the tall ship it would wallow and roll Visitin
7:30 p. m. Makes landings regularly at Saturday at 200 o'clock p. m.Visiting about and drift hither and thither and evidence of kid-
Panama City, CromaLton, iParker, Cal. Masons in good standing are invited go off with refluent tide, no man knows ney trouble; too rne Compbinaton. u n sure
laway. Coun, Allanton and Farmdale. to pat ticipate. An order of the Grand whither. And so hae known re frequent desire to Miss Mlllyun-One can be very hap- u Ut
For pasenger and freight rates, see ge"us og Fce, the back is also ey. Deadbroke-Then let's be made
rtite card In the several postoflfices. must be provided with a certificate of freighted, wide sailed, gay pennoned, convincing Iroof that the kidneys and blad- one. I have the health and you have UI
F. A. WIIIIEILL, Manager. membership from their home lodge and that but for the bare tolling arms and derare out of order. the money.-Illustrated Bits.
-" .a full v paid receipt for sues. brave, warm-beating heart of the faith- What to o 1101 A to ,1
ful little wvfe that nestled close to him There is comfort in the knowledge so S3 :
A WEEK'3 WiATHB. -On Thursday last the interesting so that no wind or wave could part often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
little O Tour- da aso oh M tr. tn ha aownd or.hel oor hae gnedow Root, the great kidney remedyfulfillsevey E ." GIVE ME A CALL !
f ollowin table record mean the max R. W: Wi llcox went to sleep in death stream and been heard of no more.- back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
um, minimm ahd mean epera- while submitting to a surgical operation Oliver Wendell Holmes. of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability
tues. the rainfali and diretton the for a broonchial affection, which it to hold water and scalding pain In passing
- wind for the twenty-fonr hours ending had been decided was theonly meansof A Fatal Sleep. it, or bad' effects following use of liquor,
at 7 o'clock p. m., as indicated by U. S saving the child's life; but which it Hugh Miller, the Scottish geologist wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant B '
inntrumeat .v e ualedt life; an whc it and writer, was one of the most llus- necessity if being compelled to go often DEALER IN
S = proved unable to undergo, and death tro of sleepwalkers. Miller, who during theday, and to get up many times
Date...... laRin. Wind came and claimed it. The bereaved had been addicted to somnambulism in during he nighi. The mild and the extra-
R. ordina effect .of SwampiRoot is soon
Fb...20 63 45 54 .00 nw parents have the sincerst sympathy of his youth, found his restlessness return realized. lt stands the highstfor its won- A
21 65 35 50 .00 sw eyeyone. while he was engaged upon his "Tea- ,derful cureA of the most distressing cases. Al
S 22 69 43 56 .00 nw -The Buoy is working on an exten- timony of the Rocks." He used to If you need a medicine you should have the
23 70 48 59 .00 so sive legal advertisement which will wake In the. morning feeling, as he best. Sold by druggists in50c. and$1. sizes.
24 74 56 73 .00 se consume practical l of the time f sad, as If he bad been abroad in the You may have a sample bottle of this
25 76 60 68 .00 so night wind, dragged by some invisible wonderful discovery N,.shho,* Got Fooled.Gn
69 the pui r for th ne tee four power and ridden by witches On the and a book that tellsDry Good Staple and Fancy Gro
I;l! 50Jtil 1 .001 weeks, and meantime its patrons must night of his death he slept alone. In more about it, both sent O"I was literally coughing myself to MOTIONS, PROVISIONS AND FEED STUFFS
take a usr a y et it, with the the morning they found him stretched absolutely freebymall, death, and had become too weak to
A Desperate Wage assurance that, when the ad. appears it dead on the floor addrewith a Dr. Klmer & omeoSwmp .Ro leave my bed; and neighbors predicted CorDer of W1asington Av le o sr Bayview
assurance that, when the ad. appears it dead on the floor with a bullet through Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men-
Driven to dbaperatlon by their heavy will be found to be of more than or- his breast. He had written a note to tion reading this generous effer itn this paper, that I would neyer leave it alive; tut
foeses, gamblers bave often sought by dinaryi interest to practically every own- his wife: "My brain burns. I must they got fooled, for thanirs be to God, I I Pay Cash for Goods .r.d Must Do a Strictly
some coup' either to' repair their shut- have walked, and a fearful dream rises Dou't ake iny mistake, but rememtier
tered fortunes or to bring down utter er of property in the St. Andrews Bay upon me. I cannot bear the horrible the nasn Swamp-Roet, Dr. Kilmer's was induced to try Dr. King's New Dis-y
rin upon themselves. One of the most country, thought. My brain burns as th e rec Swamp-.oot, and the address. Bingham- cover. Ito took just four ne dollar This is in My Patron' Interest as Well a M Own, Ci
curious Instances of his kind comes, -The Hobart, (nd.,) Gazette, of Feb. ollectlon grows." So Intense had been o .... .u.. btl b c cr t
rtom, Englhtad In the eighteenth centu- 15, a copy of which has been received by the p6or fellow's anguish that to make o and restore me to good sound health,"' yoursell of This Tlirh
ry a notorious gambler had been los- Mrs. P.M. Grills, of St. Andrew, con- certain his end he had torn back shirt ok I writes Mrs. Eva Uncapher, of GrovIr-
tig steadily In a game for high stakes tains the announcement of the remark and vest and placed the muzzle of the *own, stark Co., Ind. This King of
with Lord Isome. Exaaperated by hbi ably sudden and unexpected death of pistol to his naked flesh.-St. James' Ten &r of Good Lnd cough and Coo cures, an healer ofW e are M akin a Special
etinued f ; e suddenly Mrs. Mahala Stratten, who will be re- Gazette. j throat and lungs, is guaranteed by A. H.
a tra to ut abe b ad membeered as a: auest at Grills' last Th. .,red t SALE Brake 50u and $1. Trial bottle free.
balancing It above his head, called out winter, where she mi.de hosts of friend s A visitor was going through the chil- $300 toQu ick Bu yer -
to his opponent: who had confidently hoped to meet her dren's surgical ward of one of the city Nearly Two Acres'Clear-e and Fenced. Who et,, Your Vote
"For once I'll have a bet where I here again. The cause of her demise hospitals when he spied a little fellow House 14x30 feet. Well. About six "Do you see that man there?" re T H E B I G F O U R
have an equal chance of winning Odd was heart trouble, which overcame her with hblslegs in the air and his weight acres is Splendid Black Loam. marked a barber to a customer In bl-
or even, for 15.000 guineas" o one of the principal streets of H. resting on his head and shoulders. Go- Rightly handled in Strawberries would chair. "Well he has had one and t E M A
"Odd:" replied the peer placidly, and Ing closer, he saw that the boy's feet bring a man in from *100.00 to $300,00 Tae l ohe past or en yH PURE T RYE ON 1 TH 5 M
the gambler burled the magnificent bart, whileshe was retiring home from were fastened with ropes which passed per acre. This rice is onlyhalf the same job for the past forty-seven years
bowl against the walL a social gathering at a f friend's home. through a pulley above. At the other property is worth. Eighty rods Irom and has been married all that time. Buttled frm Original Barrels at time Di- tdlrv and sold
When they counted the pieces oIrd Mr. Stratten, at the time, being at ends of the ropes were weights, just church andschool. Writeto and his wife has never at any tim v personal guaance
lorne had won.-Tue. day Magazine. WestBaden Ind., for the benefit of his heavy enough to hold the boy's legp In GEaton dla. hs a pnd ko n. whai e i 1 Quart tti Buckley, 1 Quart Gid.< S.m
health. Mrs.S. was taken to herbhome the air without lifting him entirely off gets so much a week and no more and I Quart Forest Lrwin, I Quart B Warmed by Their Perfutnme. in an automobile by aHobartphysican, the bed. Nose. Out of Joint, has never been able to learn what 4 Quarts, $3 75; 8 Quarts, $6.00; 12 Quirts, $
According to the results of expert- d expired in a few minutes after "What's all that about?" asked the When I was a girl, the aristocratic amount of money her husband ha EXPR ESS PREPAID
meats bly RBo. Jean Chaloit aromatic the epred, an wmithut .t visitor. "Doesn't It hurt him?" nose was high. beautifully modeled, ee A receiving In exchange f ar his aI
reaching there, and without sayinSe d forrPrc
afs" charged with essential reoils ac etre wt saying "Not at all," answered the physician rising In a delicately waving rdge and bor. Now, what bothers me is which for r e List. JOSEPH ZAPF &
which exhale a' perfume that spreads only a few words. Mr. S. wassummoned who was accompanying. "He doesn't at the tip standing well out from the should ha,'e the diamond medal--I say &
like an atmosphere about them wheu home by telephone, a heart-broken and look unhappy, does he? That's the face and not turned up. But now the dinond, as in this case the finest Long Distance Ph0oOne, 345. Jacksonvi
touched- by the rays of thie sun are tr. sorrow-sticken husband, way we always handle fractures of fashion has completely changed. The would seem to be needed-the man for
a slight degree warmed by the press the leg with a child. Otherwise the pretty women one sees portrayed in 1l- beg able to so long baffle a woman's
enceof tl ~ a ~venide- tuimep. rpe. I OB. hI Cela.s ethe Ot youngsters squirm around so that they lustrated,' papers and magaznlues very curiosity or the woman for surviving Ait
acts in, rmIniu tli ah 'viauiwa l;k: Visitor to the West Indies (who ha8 work the splints loose. Only one of seldom have much to speak of In the o longan unsatisfied curiosity,"-- t L O
the glisa cover ot a L ai been warned against bathing In the this boy's le:s is Injured, but they are way of no.e.-.-Do'uger in London umbus Dispatch. j"
though of cose-tsr !~s. etyestively river because of alligators, but hai both swung in the air for his greater Chronl'i -
Professos SpdI f as shown* trht the been toK1 by the boatmen* that there eomfort."-New Y"'rk Port. AN
tFlatv'te, lMgh tempemaures ot large a none at the river's mouthl-By
cities is probably de- sat least ii p:trt Jove; this Is ripping But, I say, how Lame Bacl,. U EEA WH A
tb: the carboalte aelydride it te at do you know there' are no aligatoe This aIment is usually sased ER
above. ~e r acting as a retaining here? Boatman--Well, you see, sah, de G EE R A L E R C H A
screen for heat rays. alllgato am so tur'ble eared ob dA rheuOatuin of he mucie s and may be N ON EA T B
sharl --Puncl~ cured iby applying Chamberlain's Pain B ] IIR' AT A LLANTON ON EAST A

Common Colde are the tune of Balm two or three times a duy and ruh- ARE NOW PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDE RS FO
/omton Cod.-O are the (autle OI Egliabsh Men and Wome., b:'g the parts vigorously at eaeh appli-
Many Serious Diseases. Englishwomen are iA rently shy, cation. If this does not afford relief bind RU G H 0 R DR E SSE D LU M
Physicians who have gained a national and half the bad manners with which on a piece of flannel slightly dampened ,'
we are credited as a nation Is them Wheth-r
reputation as analysts of the cause oft of thshye gl suffe with ai Balm and quick relief is al Whether Large r Small. W rte for
tioue disensep, claim that if catching cold from it to the same extent, only IE most su'e tp follow. For sale ly all med- .
could be avoided a long list of dangerous their case shyness It.merely self con iciVe dala L- S T E
ailments would never be heard of. Every sciousness and part and parcel of an A n r L. E. WARE, (TWAY WARE. J. H. 0RL
one knows that ineumaonia and consump. immense conceit,- London Ladies' A the hbit of Ce R n
tion originate from cold, and chroiie Field. t wa th ablt o th Rev. James u
r bohitis, ad all throt and Saw Her chance, preacher of that name, to, pray each
lung troulile arwaggravated and rendered Wife-Mrs. Flareup threw a flatiron evenInulg under it certain oak tree in a -
more serious by each frerh attach Do not at her husband last night because he- secluded wood In Honeywood park.
isk your life or take chances,'whon you accldentakly sat down on her new bon. One night he dreamed, the story goes.
have a cold. Uhamberlain's Cough Rieme- net. Now. couldn't do- a thing like that Satan appeared and threatened THOROUCHLY REORCANIZED.
V I I followed Ahis
dy will cure itbe fore t h eo eases de. Theree-
e Ti cremde cant etase e o. .Of course not. I haveu-t any new bon. accustomed route to the tree. There N R
velop. This remedy cuntainp wo ota-um. was another path by which he might -
morphine or other harmful drug and has p et go in safety. Remembering his dream, Often seems tOO long to the wo an ho Suf- H EADUARTERFOR
thirty ears of reuutatiomn back of it. Took Her Part. Spurgeon felt sorely tempted the next fers f m painful periods. The eternal bearing- E A D Q U A R T E
gK.,ed by onr.s und.e every condition. Mamma-You must always remem, night to take the route in which Satan .dwn headache, backache, leucorrhea, nervousness,
Joy Sale by all nietdiaine dealers, her to take your little sister's part. was not. But this would be to capit- down, headache, backache, leucorrhea, nervousness,
Nor palen by all medicine dealers. he di griping, crals and similar tortures are
S... ------ Tommy. Small Tommy-I do. I took ulat Trembling In every limb, he dizzin s griping, cra s and similar tortures are
Liunt ,'o a I Lausman. her part of the cake not ftve minutes made his way by the path in which the dreadf I. To make Id north living, take
The Brit.ish army was .once In dffl- ago.--Chicao News. danger lay. He reached his goal in
culties througlm the Ikel of a hangman safety and In prayer and song returned
Murder was committed by a soldier In A. Valuable Lesson. thanks for delIverr prae n erid shen 33,
she Crimen. but i,. ody could be fou'd "Six years ago I learned a valuable his prayer had ended he rose to re- .r T '
a" j ro tLw. e fue the cu20 lesson" writes John Pleasant, of Mag- turn. In his path lay a piece, of solid
viart:4 Uui ishr would thated uona, Ind. -"II then began taking Dr. gold "as large as a curtain ring." All
ta, tie d i rg te t At King's ,ew Life Pills, and the longer I inquiry falling to discover an owner,
.f t ;eunetainhethet Ki bt ahe mar ri | b Woman-s Relief t| ta^ wa
bot a nun, did volunteer. He was a take them tlhe better I find them. h in wife's wedding ring made from bia a w X
aswcainer to the army. On the night They please everybody. Guaranteed at curious And. It fckly relieves Inflammation, pulfies and en-
t date, ed for the execution A. .H. Brake's store. 25PIONEER
ry i twlk (aW th etAeu au In a sta- rke o riches he blood, strengthens the constitution and
Ihi So keep hin "safe- In the morning weantered the q. perma ently cures all diseased conditionsfrom which T
tho party at the gallows- wailed, but Hundreds of people bare cured them weak iyomen suffer. Founded in 1878, and bui up by tLa late L. ?
,heo. WC a eo ang ean Ie oad l- i ed-0to B ,t ig matchless, marvelous, reliable, now Thoroughly Reorganized under New Aa
now immand turned to esone of Thes cap- ee to 8ed it almost impossible to, pro At 411 druggists', in $1,00 bottles.
-u ,,, "- ., .... Solicits thi Patroaage of O1d PaUren.
lnm omald turned to oneuof his p-havet, nounce wura beginning with a 'q. a W *
ld"em to ,ui the priaonerl" The I"'very day for rnonths he u,;ed to' wal have stood the test for over 50 rWT US A th UITRD eT"
g t tenged potenanse, bt he ross St. James' par prn cti(ig th aTndarcatiliu thelead. Their absolte freely and; frankly, in strictest confi- wrfte Mrs. L. E. Ce ofBtl l t iform fu.ir aad cOrteO s
ptain nsefd togtenRance, but he aoo Atlqu aunaA tc dence, telligusalnty urywthptomtheir view, N. C.,"atdeney ot palllodo well, and guarantees uniform at yr oand Wourte
pulled hlW .elf togetbru and appealed jeitteaue aloud; '- quantity of ofic ertainty do tcloueveme t ib T
to the sergeants with. "Whic j of you silver ejufetly ,q1i,.irtey-le ir ed tilaltg beimtfal imewe~rsmakCth the h=ost troubles. We wIlsendfreeadvce (In all my lie, but *A trot ltbtth Of CANS-
to The sergeants with W ch of youable and the t; POP r ua plain sealed evwetope). Address: La- dm gave me wonderful reel, and mew
will hang the's man?' And to spare hit nire,- utirfe conquemed the where. Sold by at M I dies' AdviioryDept.,TbhChattanoga I a to btr heth tie I have heenb t I
.,':: one of the men volunteeredL ment Today he is one of the 1mos! ijd oAiull &Medicine .,Chttlmoga, Tiam. fora thte." t al Gooda lingt a .e
lip aterwr,-rl ml the satisfaction of fluent speakers in -it,ch. Feed to aTy t office o uFe Bay
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*,. ..11 ow. i,,' ,rthern Ver. leans witlhin a very' hort tinme ,i r tile r
It has been a loiiig lime since there .. i r'l I,.s 'iierlo-es vaga- OlO S'
S has been ally Toml-kint news in the '. re:ii ,rkable perposo if laisang t fulN l t' k l o
S1,, i......, r!.g l l hile druggi-ts and piim y .. la e
Bu.oy; but there is 4til1 such a place .- in the valne V
ip known aud there is %otile sign of im-in .f. 1 .. .. a ,. a > part of Mout- M e d ii
provement as it is learned on good .r ai,..au a ruIhpi of idlers the gen. The Letter A.
authorityy that there will be some kind a mer.-liant asked him why he wore The letter A Is InfHebrew called
... auoy that there, will be some kind -iue a shockingly bad hat. Barty re- aleph. an or, and the Phoenician char-
ThursdayT Feb. 28, 1907. of manufacturing going on in the near -ilkd that he could not afford a better acter which represents tbissaud i aa Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is not
future. ne. originally a picture of an ox bead: a simple cough syrup. It is a
.. E. d R. W. T m i Come now," said the merchant, hence the name. The right hand stroke strong medicine, a doctor's
4 T. AN RE W E. Dming ad W. Tompkins r a had ha ,t. and I of the A represents the top of the head.
SR I C E S TC UTRREP N T are working at Auderson, on the new iill :iV-n r.ii their best I hnve In my the other down stroke the left side, and medicine. It cures hard cases,
P? ICES CURRENT m ill.. gro'e." lu,,' tl,13 an tnew te old a line, since fallen out of use, repre- severe and desperate cases, P A R K
S OCERIE. Mrs. W. Tompkin visited her 0 :1 rlr;r i.ud beLaa;. sented the rlght sid 6the bwead. while chronic cases of asthma, pleu- W i
SNO, 1, Tea,5 itt r Mrs. W. aotin viite her 1- d in very ol ph-eut maonuscrlp risy, bronchitis, consumption. W i
ulated .... eo....... 55 sister Mr. Will, at Millvlle, Mon- ,. pray wha of lt? two dots above for eyq and two be- I bronchitis Cnsumpton.
*,.A ...d 5a yoGunipowder.. ;t .-d ,'. l:e r-... or n.y r4lment! low for nostrils rena ed the resem- Ask your doctor about this. a
UCO' p.4- If I h, me n hb-tter balance complete Thebet knd of ttimonia-
".*. Cond milk, f can What a splendid winter we are 'to. II r.,ke fie your debtor complete The bet kind of testimonial
... 1220 Unsweetn'a.l0 And .srd t-i .o J-dll for the paymeht S. "Bold for over sixty years."
Ar l (glbl25 etened ...1 h this year. v vot1 to e fairly Rising From tf -iave.; ..c., ..x.o ...
oger snaps 31 25 Baking powder Our school will tart the first Mon- .on. aid iharty Lbor It off In trilniph. A prominent manu turer, Win. A A5s.4 -auotuer s of" u -
rackere,sods., 10 Royal...... 50 ay in Mach, with T. B. D. Gainer, iyiLu, *It's a poor head that can' Fertwell. of Lcauia,. ., relates a SAOAPAILLA.
slnacce,' One 0ftt1. again. for teacher. We are to get ke care of itself."--oston herald. most remarkable experience. Hesays: Aye "T i R. .
L.'iidqMa CtPanhed .. r lt a2O for teacher. We aire to get 'After taking less three butt lcs of
ie ea ... o two extra months of state aid this No Dlulieatcae handelleri. Electric Bitters, I fe like one rising the formula of al our medlouesa.
.. Apples.... ... 10 yea as our average attendance was "Did y u ever notice," said the ob- from the grave. My double is Jritbt's you will hasten recovery by tak-
kPi rae' Pears ......... 15 over 80 per cent. Can any other servingg uwan. "that every public bullil disease, in the Diabe stage. I fully Ing one of Ayer's Pills at indtilme.
EvitpOatead.. ..a PIums......... 1 nz hlias chandeliers unlike those of any believe Electri B t. iill cure me 1 1
i.ied Peaches 8 Apricot..... .10-20 settlement on the Bay boast as much? L,her public building? There are no cure me The Awf carf F ,
,.ie lpgal....20 tPiawple .10-0 Tompkins has just finished luplites. You g lu Into one church permanently. for it alreadystopped A traveler In Venezuela gires an lil.
,,rida Syru... 0 Canined eats m h d you see a hnndsome chandelier the liver and blad corrp!ication-s teresting description of the fish of the
,.rida up.. .5a ot Beefate making up hi sar p. that It would seem worth while to du. which have trouble ie for years.' Orinoco country. He says the party rdt r
......... r 1e f 1 The J. P. Williams was up the pliehnt for another chureb. but you guarantLeod at ke's tore several timn.s came in coitnct with the
1 Ul 1111L f,,s ay ~----- -,-- tt-. un, f-ru dOLrar-fMur&L "1 ft Tre 110 C-7"". 7ious.
ter .. 2.6 other .... Wha t matt w o nto a b ball, and you'll observe Inhabitants of the water known. I Pre
1.7 rgerie Salmon 10@15 What is the matter' with our Par-. fish are not over fourteen ITches long,
nrge.e somfe st,,nin globes ad ebandelier LEGAL N ICES fsh are not over fourteen luches lona,
,, .... 'anned Vegetable ker people? We do not get any news fixtures and look for 'em In some other N. but they travel in schools. Their teeth FaCtOry E
at g Baked10 Cor Beans.....015 rum them of late. blg hall, but they're not there. I don't Notice of Applicatlou for Tax are re cornered. Any living object
iellygas 10al11 Peas ... ........ 10 know what principle the maker's of Deed which attracts their attention is at-
nime Juice ...... 45 Pumpkin ...... 12 chandeliers go on, whether It is a mat- Under Section 8 of Chapter 483 Law.s f takedwith fury. Mr. Thompson tells
", aper doz... W "" ter of pride with them not to fit out Florida. of an Indian woman who entered the m u
PROVISIONS. two buildings alike or whether con- Notice is hereiy given that G. B- water to fill a bucket.. She was at-
Pork I actors for such buildings insist on Thompson, purchas.,r ot Tax Certificate tacked by the fish and reached shore
tut h 2.3- D. S. pr tb .... .11 exclusive designs, but the chandelier No. 94, 'dated the |6th day of June, A. D., only to die In fifteen minutes. The St
0.'ti'k .... 3.25 Bacon Sides .....12 people must employ some remarkably 1904, has filed said ertiticate in my office, flesh was literally torn from her body.
rorn Meal PCh'e"-cO Freh .. 81 t versatile artists to think up so many and has made application fr -tax deed to Mr. Dart, who was with Mr, Thomp-
)at Meal pr lb... 5 Br'kf'stBac'nil 16-22 versatile artists to ink up so many issuein accordance: with law. Said certif- son, caught one of the fish and pulled
'orpeI u..5 c Ham canvs'd 15-20lifferent designs. It seems like a waste icates embraces the liowing described It upon the bank. He held the carib
.rnpe l 7 Shoulders..... 1 1m s money to make only one of a kind, property situatedin Washintun county, under his foot while he pointed at tb
avse see .60 Corued ...... 8 ust a few moments and or home may be exclusive In its chan- tp 3s, r. 3w. The said land being .as- quick movement the carib flopped out
weet. 60@75 Fresh........10 just a w moments an dealers e-sed at thie date of the issuance of snebh u ne art fo p ed
i t,prack... :.00 Dried......... 2) no bad after-effects. -ers." ---- rtificates in the name of Vnknown. Un- from under Mr. Dart's foot and seized
,H.. .. 5 Milk pr qt..... 1 Hunting for Trouble. less said certificate shall ble redeemed him by the finger, cutting that member'
liWAR. e livedin California 20 d according to law, tax deed wMl is ue to the bone. The fish frequently have
.'tH Ax.witi h handle.. 75 take, Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain "' live in years, and thereon on the 8th day of A pitl A. been known to bite ordinary fishhooks
.iua, ade.. 5 t ae, am still hunting for trouble in the way 190t. In two.
a.v wire 0.10.,0ji.'iHes, each. 350i Pills*. of burns, sores, wounds, boils, cuts. Witnes- my official signature and seal
11,ul, rope.. 9al20opper paint, eal, 50 ead0Bh "dyr
t vei cook,.. $8a25 Linseed oil,gal55@60 If subject to headache, sprains, or a case of piles that Buck- m[L.a.] this ihe 20tb day of F,,Iruary, Proprems of Dentlsttry.
.p, per joint 18 .have them with you al- len's Arnica Salve won't quickly cure," A Dn. 1,0. I' 0. LOCKEY, Thongh dentistry became a science C
ye p RY GOODS, 1 ,h 11 R t 0u l Chr circuit Court under the hand of Professor Richard
0Rj Y tICOODS, writes Charles Walters, of Alleghany, of \Vashington Countv, Floiida. O n lt s 3 hr ev
S 4 5at Checks .. ... 5a5 ways. No harm can come rra Co. No use hunting Mr. Wa- Owen as late as 1839, there are evi-
Sal) Flannel. .... .1a40 romtheir use, I taken as tears; it cures every case Guaranteed Promises to tFhe Ding. dnees that It was practiced In a crude
SIa ,oeslades $ a2 75 directed, as they contain by A. H. Brae, 25 c. A clergyman, discussing unhappy way by the ancients. Herodotus refers COMMEI
,-,, i R hoes,,I,.. ta-0 no opium, chloral, mor- ,... love affairs, said: to treatment of the teeth bv the Egyp-
,,-,t.5 Men's. o pium, choral, mor- i the con "Many a love tragedy is caused b tians, and evidences of attempts to
7 ,a.u apr E u. 60 phmie, cocaine, clhoro- ., ,,,: ~i .:o.umen, a husband's promise to a dying wifa supply artificial teeth have been dls- r,, ]
S 1.25 Brick pr M. ..13.0u form, heroin, alpha and A .; i Vw..:. w a .reiu.'a to a: that he will not marry again H covered in ancient skulls and mum-
.. Lime pr ,bl...... 75 beta eucaine, cannabis in- f. .;, nuo don>t. ht not to a very thinks when he makes this promise mies. Galen was the first physician .LJ p I J
itiTo dd NUTS. e si.ce the c icrtinia dates from that it will be easy to keep. Whether to speak of treatment of troublesome
don. 45 Pecans pr Ib.... 15 dca or oral hydrate, r he ey prt ofl the last century. ILts It Is easy or hard to keep, it is s teeth, and Ambroise Pare, in his work
S... 16 Walnuts. 2..... their derivatives. ucL:..- v,-a U earU'y indiscretiou of promise rarely if ever broken. Tim( on surgery in 1550, makes mention of
2... 0 Alinoid. .. .. I, Ask your druggist about ir, Cht'lr, Whoaitstone of telegrph and time again widowers have sought the preservation of the teeth. It Is
OYSTERS Oh i U tame, who took ont a patent for It In me out for advice on this subject only since the middle of the last ce- PRE
a1,,0,i, 1.50 Opeued pr qit 20c them. 182), the very yuar in which some- They are In love, but they promised tury, however, that dentistry has be-
IVE STOCK. "It gives me great pleasure to be body in Vlc::.in invented tlat similar their dead wives not to marry again come a branch of surgical science. Be-
al0 ows. .. 5 able to refer to the Dr. Miles Anti- untrunint. th near-ord!on. The concer- Shall they break or keep this promise' fore that time bad teeth were extract-
-s a cows. Pain Pills as the best remedy we have e adu
.f.0a$175 Hogs. $3 to $4 ever had In our house for the preven- :lna was popularized by Sig. Regondi. I can only advise them to do as theil ed, and mere tooth drawing constitut-
.,ke, $65 Sheep .. $2 tin an cure of headache.ufferer the hali c.I Ue.,re the public as a conscience dictates. At the same titm ed dentistry early in the nineteenth
i'OULT,'RY years with the above complaint, joins 'urpnile prodigy with the guitar. At I think It is selfish of dving wives ti century. The first dental school in the
1,h 40i50 Geese ech. 4550 laeln rommendIop ng Dr. maylall nt-o one time n, Ioudon concert was real- extract such promises from their bro United States was erected at Balti- li
. Ia.00 Ducks....... 5 the hands of all who suffer." :y coiletoe without him and his .con- ken hearted huisl,:,- Such prom more in 1889. In 1845 Cincinnati boast-
FISH. J.I ,BUe Watervlelt, N. Crtisn, nad hL,, asLonided the Germanis rses. by t-he w*'y. A J a. extracted ed of a similar Institution, and In 188G
Sour druggist, who will guarantee that with the music he could get out of it. by dying husanndb from br,,en heart a dental school was erected at PlUIa-
:, ... : zjtS1 Mullet pr bl the first package will benefit. If it ed wivt-s But. then, when the dea' delphia.
S. om o 0.00 doses, 25 cents. ever sold n bulk. Glaidione an an orator. husband's will is read it is usually
fi:pr t 6 ocpal 8.0 o Miles Medica Co., Elkhart, Ind It wa a budget last night-abouta found thnt if the wohw marries arairt A Gentleman of the Old School.
... Mackerel "" .page of a morning paper spoken in two the nmon,% is all taken from her. Sc Lady Dorothy Nevill in her reminia-
LUM BIE i. hours by Mr. Gladstone, and he hard- it comes to the ianme thrin In the eud. ceuces tells a story so her father, a
,. .$4.0 Heart, m. i400 n Happlneas and Hanger. ly referred to a note. never paused a doesn't it9"-New York Press. gentleman of the old school, "in nan-
1 , 12.0) "My idea of perfect happiness," s nid liomcnt. broke through cheers, dashed een shorts, with white stockings and Under the
10,00 Sap ... 10.00 the seedy philosopher as be made his ner Interpellations-logic, figures, 11- Pamoun Collection of Antlers. a brass buttoned blue coat, with big
,.idiiug, ltapteoards, fourth round trip to the free lunch iustritions, extracts-all pell-mell, with of the fim.u s 'n"n--,irnq of antlers collar, over a beautifully embroidered
S..) 1i.00 I xtiin. m...$12.0( counter, "is to be in a position to go a whirl and(l fury that took the breath 'w'med in the svet'entonthi century ouly waistcoat. But he swore, after the Spec
10.00 Finishiug luna- into the swellest restaurant, put my 'way. And be did it all with the ut- nwo or three have escaped the generni manner of the age. "e was traveling
..., ~l2 ler,d.. $12@i5.00 hand over the price list of the menu most ease and got to the end without fate of r :' ..*:t" ,,r. slees andl pll at night on the continent alone in a
,,d.l.45< *lf.ath,s i.... 2.01 and order what my taste dictates, irre- turning a hair. Mr. Gladstone took It large. One of these i.s in Morit.bir- post chase when the postboy, while
ed..50 Boat l 20 spectlve of the demurs of a diminished :ill quietly and did it quietly and left the king of Sauson's historical bunting passing through a forest, began to
d ed;. *wad." the hlore and went home quietly, castle, near Dresden. while in the'cple drive like a man anything but certain
There o catarrh in this ectio o b Dicuty About Our Compose probably mentionln to Mrs. Gladstone rated gun g.ll rv in Dresen itsel of hls way. My father's wrath soon A superil) p
There is more catarrh in this ,ec.tlon ot rhe n iq ty Aot Our Compose "^ n ", *rose, and the explosion of strong lan- A dl
he country than all other diseases pu "Who Is your favorite composer?" In- he had been ayng a "few words" th w erfe ll inl id a uarivled guage which issued from tcsaage nese han
together, and until the last few years was lqulred the artistic person. "I can't say that evening.-From Whitty's "Parlia- the tor The great aueting ha so alarmed the driver that, murmuring. Per Case 1
sunposed to be incurable. For a great lst at this moment." answered Mr. tntarv Retronet.P of the tle of brut in a 'Je ne veux pas condultre le liable (1 2
many years doctors pronounced it a loca Cuturox, with an appealing glance at the st of hortzhurg is one o will ot dive the devil), he pulled up
* sease atpresroied local res his wife. "but it's somebody whose mu- i__the sights with w and, having expeditiously udnfastepned xupe
disease, and prescribed local reedies sic can't remember and whose name a raved reader e charmd the taces made off ast quarts
and by constantly faiiug to cure with I can't pronounce."-Washington Star. h merl nsxty-x feet long by :lrty a gallop. My father, I believe, passed
local tretetprononced it icuraber Iorane. and thcir y-eig'n feetf high. On Its oth- the whole night alone lu the woods."
S'cienee has proven catarrh to be a con- "Aren't men the limit?" said young erwise unadorned white walls hang Small (
.tutionial disease, and therefore re- Mrs. Wheel. "When I told my brother seventy-one pairs of m tnuiifi 'eut aut- coloanial ear of Latwyer..
.-.res constitutional treatment. Hall's thismorningthatbaby adjust cuta lers, which one war de.scribe as tbhe Ia the coeumns of the New York Paskedsepa
S,- Oure, manufactured by F. J. tooth, he asked me savagely why I most famous of their kind in the world. Gazetteer of Sept 8, 1786, there was
,n&v & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only had allowed It to play with knives." Not a single one carries less than a paragraph lamenting the increase of Drop us a I
In 6utional cureon the market. It is "And my bachelor uncle," said Mrs. twenty.four tines or Is less than 200 lawyers as threatening to the future W. F.
tiken interaatly in doses from ten drops Whoa. "when e he heard that my baby years o while some are probably odf the community atnd rade-
to a teasuoonful. It acts directly on the nad begun teething, wanted to know If double that age. in frer "Ad he tras
to a teahoo l. It acts directly on t would begin hairing soon."-New la former days," said the writer, "was
k ood and mucous surfaces of the system. Preass A Celebhra-t, rl .r. all that people of common ability and


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They offer oue hundred dollar for any T ..o ti The art of the clockmaker has education were ambitious of, but now
case it falls to care. Send for circulars Temperature, of Flames. achieved many remarkable triumphs no profession Is genteel but the law-
ad ttional. Addr, J. F. HE- Accordingt th rut of rt during many cent urie. Sometimes t yer and the merchant. The lawyers
and testimonials. Address, J, F. CHE- ments the flame of acetylene per-n ure
NEY & Co. Toledo, Ohio. ients hte flame of acetylene is perof LOU iiRedy Is a clock wonderful for the complexi- are now creeping into every post of ||
Tkeala Family Pills for constipa- haps the hottest known except that of ty of Its movements and Its busy popu- Importance and thrusting themselves
T the electric arc. The following figures The Children's Favorite nation of automatons that attracts our wherever there is a vacancy. Our con-
tiL have been given: Bunsen burner, 1,871 ---ouRSe-. admiration, like that i4 the Cathedral gress, our assembly, are crowded with
a, .-.,,.. Prreln.u f. degrees; acetylene flame. 2.548 degrees; CUghs, Colds, Group and of Strassburg. At othb times tle im them. and even in our great commer-
"What wotld you think or a o9 pet alcohol flame. 1,705 degrees; Denay- Whooping Cough. miense size of the machinery and the chil convention there are five lawyers No 4
cnt premiumn" said au lus-irance rouze burner-half ak-ohol. half petro- Thi'rremedy le tamou for itscureeover dhinh excites astonish t. This is the to one mrchant." 12:35 n'n
.A premium of ..00 OO n a leum-2,053 degrees; hydrogen flame In iway e de end uJ Iedo tald Jt C c.-e with the celhra cock/ in thn c--pm k
opiu or other harwrul, drugf 1 ay be .rle- ad e B' 82: 6i
., *.: p rl...ly worth taki::. air, 1,000 degrees; gas jet flame with purn or other armu dru anay be 8:25 3
out. eh?" Such a policy was once taken oxygen, 2,200 degrees; oxyhydrogen -.Price 25 ces; Large Size, 50 cts. Mechlin. A writer' In 'ture thinks You remember the old fashioned wo
out, though. on a ship thought to be flame. 2,420 degrees. These are all this clock pnossesses largest dials man who when she heard her young
lost. It is a common thinn Ot overdue centigrade degrees. One degree ee. 7- that exist in the world there are four so8 swearrig ior using naughty words No. 2
ships to tke out potliies at 80 or or tigrade equals 1.8 degrees V. The of them, one on each e of the great 's! his month In snapPu.1. There 1 .:U5 p.mi.
00 per cent. On the Bulgaria and the Too Pant. "There's a man at the door. pa," call- square tower. audthle extrente aUim- tin Atchion boy who could not be re- :15 a.m.
Croft iu 1St. policies at 00 per cent "The rst day he went out with his ed little Willie ro the lower hall, eter is nearly thirty-se n and one-half formed in tJilq way. so his father took 11:59 "
were taken out, and on the Adelaide new auto he got pulled." "who wants to see the boss of the feet. The figures sho ing the hours him lu hand. Every day his father 2;:30
Mary. eveu after two of her lifeboat "yor. going fast?" house!" are nearly six and on lelf feet high, called him in and said: "Now, yifr' 7:20 1
had beeu picked up. a policy of 92 per "No; quite the opposite." "Tell your' irnrfhir," called pa. and the bands have a l gth of nearly i;nther objects to those naughty words 7:20 p.m
eent was issued. "I don't see"- "Tell thl cook." promptly caTied his twelve feet. S you use, but I, being a man, like them.
"For stopping fast. He had to hire mother.-'hilcn lphin Press. Go over the st for me." The boy
Sa farmer to haul hiun home."- Houston promptly complied at first, but in a fefw No. 2,
T A T Post. Not Bird Built. days he tired of the words and has now Daiy
S R A Habit to Be Ecuraged There was a strange maty here to given up his list entirely.-Atchison :55 p.m.
Ft T H see you today, papa," said littffle Ethel. ULL 010obe 12:20 '
BOWIIW I KThe mother woh bis acquired the hab. Who met her father In the 1'all as he 12:23
it of keeping on hand a bottle of Chaim. came home. Odd Bookmarks. 12:35 "
a'e mta .althymovementofth erlain's Cough Remedy saves herself a "Did he have a bill? A Newark librarian has'kept record 12:39 '*
ieos avry d.a. ero fl'torw he. hpeof "Nt, papa. He had just a plain XPRES of odd bookmarks found In returned 12-50 "
isolent eateU mo perf kep oughs, colds and proupf to wns chieby to ae." PFPAID books. Tie record Includes an Insur- 12:58 -'
motbht.elent. meat perfect way of kee oughs, colds an r-. ance policy, a two dollar bill, a pair 1:30 a.
SbowAND to tke dren are susceptible are qticklv cared by A a rte. of spectacles, love letters, a will, a 1:55
OATHAR 0 0its use. Jt coit,tteaceta any tendency of a Doctor-tiadam, your husband must mortgage, photocrphs, a marriage cer- 2. "
cold to result in pnelnmocia, and if given have absolute rest. Madam Well. tificate, a promissory note, dress, sam- 3:00
as soon as the trst symptom ofcroap gp. doctor, he won't listen to me- Doe- 4 pies and a hare's foot. 3:3 "
plear it wtll prevent the attack. Thia rem. tor-A very good bleeginning, madam- i* te h G uro 4.03 "
edy contains wo'fafing ?njuriotus and moth- at very good beginning. -Illustrated then She Got Fartoe. 4t18 "
cr* gv:e it to little ',nes with a feeling of Bift. She-Here we've been married just 4:4AC
Perfect e tg Sold y h ein o one month, and now you no longer love 5:00 6 1
p e ery. od ya medicine e Was thi Limit. .l IV[ERED ro me. He-But, my dear- She-Don't try 8 "
dealers, He-,Do you think it would be foolish to explain. I'm not blind. You made 533
t. t Potnt. Good, D of me to marry a girl who was my in- a mOista e. You o3bt to have married 6: 0
ftint. PlatatblePatent, Taste ood, Do PARK 0 6:0O
e, er stiken, *akeu o Gripe.. an HARM fe terllectuay? he-Mor ntellectuaan some sll stupid woman. He-BUt, t:0 -
toperaboa Write nTstemp do RARKBA S e-More toan fe sampest done myok best Re'7:400 1
et oM. nlt.. ar 3 ts nd beautifies the haig. foollsh-impossible.-Answers. .. dearest. ve done my best 7:40
-. 116Rb8*4gM tMp>, CSIr, gW of New Yorik. J fe-iver rails to Restore Gray a7:50 '
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN doesrt. ai harBWant oraT ha .sore s lu.i S BluMn CO9 Distrust Is the mother of security.-. 7:58
KEP,,anOUloat C)AsDruigts. than want of knowledge.-Fra.nklln. Jackson11vll, Fla, La pontaipe. 8:15 .


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The Bedouln of Soeotrt.
The Be4ouln is decidedly a hand-
some ludividual, lithe of limb like his
goats and with a cafe an lait colored
skin. He has a sharp profile, excellent
teeth. He often wears a stubby black
beard and has beautifully penoclled eye-
brows, and, though ditrffi-ng entirely
in language, It physique and type, he
closely resembles the Bed;ulu found in
the Mahrl and Gara mountains. Fur-
thermore, the mode of life Is the same
-dwelling In caves when necessary,
but having permanent abodes on the
lower lands-and they have several
other striking points in common. Greet-
ings take place between the Arabian
Bedouins and the Socotran Bedouins
in similar fnashlon-by touching each
cheek and then rubbing the nose.
We found The Bedouin of Mount
Haghler fond or danucnlug and playing
his teherane, and also pecul.iarly lax
in his relilgioui observances, and,
though ostensibly conforming to Mo-
baonisedau practice. he observes next
Ia none of the'?r precepts. and It is pre-
cisely the ime with the Bedouins
wb.:ni we met in the Cara mountalus.
There Is certaluly nothing African
about the Sovotr.an Bedouin. There-
fore I am is-lined to com.ider him as
a branch of that aboriginal race which
inhabited Arabia, with a language of
Its own.-Nineteouth Century.

Order of Frltiah Titles.
They had been talking about au Eng-
lish miarquis and the position he h,-ld
anioun his titled aristo,:ra,-y.

high,." said the girl in x hite.
"Dear me!" said an Englishman.
"Didn't you? Why, a marquis ranks
next to a duke."
He paused to sip his tea and take a
tole gras sandwich.*
"Marquess, not marquis," he went
on, "Is the more accurate use of the
word. It is so spelled and pronounced
in Burke. Shall I tell you the degrees
of the English aristocracy? The knowl-
edge may be useful to you when yop
come to contract an international al-

lance, eh?
"After royalty come dukes. After
dukes comb marquises, then earls, vis-
counts, barons, baronets and knights.
I don't mention lords. A lord Is an
earl-the Earl of Craven, for instance,
Is often called Lord Craven-or else
the title is only the courtesy one ac-
corded to the yo-unger sons of dukes.-
Philadelphia BR11ptin.
__ ._,.____ '5.-

Awngoe sendtfig a sketab and escriptlon mia
Qulkcly ascertain our opinion free whett,- an
Invention is probably patentable. Comm. L -i.a
tions strictly condidenttal. Handbook on Pat 'aB
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patent.
Patents taMen through Munn & Co. recot
apee talnotice, without charge, in toe
Scientific itrican.
A handsomely ilhliu'rated weekly. Largest cir
unlation of any sclentlflin journal. Terms, $3 a
ont-: fair months.t1. Sold by all.newedealers.
MUNN & Co.361Broadway New York
ranch Offioo. 652 F St. Waahinatio. D. .


3050 inches, correctly platted and
showing all the moreO important
liiildiiigs-is of great value to any
one contemplating purchbasihg prop-
e.-ty in town. It covers about four
miles of coast line, extending east-
ward from Dyer's Poiat to and em-
itacing Old St. Andrews, with cor-
raslindliig territory inland. Price
One Dollar, at the BUOY Office.
Showing all the lands disposed of by
the Cincinnati Company, also locates
Harrison, Parker, Croinanton and
adjceint country. The plat of the
lits is not shown. balt by the aid of'
this map the a pprnximato location of
any clt is easily determined. Price
Fity Cents, at the Bnoy Office.
Ar-- t "" wUIl bq sent by mail to
any address or. receipt of the prie.

Our Clubbing List.
The TrUO has made very lheral clubh
Ling a.rriangementi willih a few of the very
oespatpuilicationsin the country and for
the present can send for a whole year
ihe BUOi and
Detritf Free Press 0(wice-a-%eek(
and Year Book)............. 1,701
The Fla T. U. & 0itizen, daily for $5 8.,
do Semi weekli,forfl 55
Scientific Amerioan' 4 .... 3 56
FarmerandFruRiGrower" ... 2 55
Florida Agricttlturist ... 1 55
de clubsof 5, each ... 2 25
Farm Jonrnal, Philkd'a, monthly 1 10
Ciacitlniati Enquirer twice a week
large page each issue..... 1 75
Atlanta t(8nstitution ... 1 75
N. Y. World (thrice a week)...... 175
The Cosmopolitan.............. I 75
The Orkerion.................. 1 5o
For any or either oftthe above publica-
il;on in cotinection with the RUOY ad-
dress all orders to I'HE BUOY,'
St. Andrew., Fla.

F or Sale!
We offer for sale a strip from the
mouth side of the north half of the
northwest quarter 6f section 10, town-
ship 4 south, range 14 west, running
from the school house to Watson bayou,
sadKintig Millville on the south. Will be
sold in acre. quarter, or half-acre lots.
T7e price ssked will be according to

1Id I



Copyright, 1906, by Ruby Douglas

"Come right in," said the girl at the
head of the stairs. "I have been ex-
pecting you for an hour."
"It is pleasant to be expected," laugh-
ed Burden.
"That will do," said the girl sharply.
"No impertinence or I shall report you
to the Janitress."
Burden could not quite see what the
janitress had to do with the matter,
but he lifted the soft slouch hat that
was a part of his fishing toggery and
started to pass on up the stairs to his
"Come In here," called the girl Im-
periously. "You don't suppose that I
eame downstairs to meet you, do you?"
She led the way through an open
door, affording a vista of chaos, to the
parlor of the apartment. "Those plc-
tures had better be hung first." she
commanded. "I will tell you where."
Burden gasped. For the first time
he realized what was expected of him.
She had mistaken him for a day work-
er for whom she had probably sent to
aid her in straightening out her new

-Mffe-. The fact-that li "s-'R i'. Tn
old suit and had rung the nearest bell
in the lobby because he had forgotten
his keys accounted for the error. It
had been her bell he had ruu-n. She
was expecting a man to help, and she
had supposed that he was the one.
She had not been flirting after all.
Somehow Burden was rather glad of It.
There would not be very much do-
ing in the street that afternoon, so he
slipped off his coat and went to work.
It was evident that the little woman
intended to get the full worth of her
money out of him, for she kept him
busy, and under her skillful direction
the flat soon assumed an appearance
of orderliness he had not supposed pos-
sible in so short a time.
She explained that her mother would
arrive the next morning agd that she

was anxious to have things all in readi-
ness for her. On that plea she kept
him working until 9 o'clock, but she
was generous when she paid him off.
Burden waited on the landing until
she closed the door; then he ran up-
stairs to his own rooms and tumbled
into the tub. It had been hard work
and hot, and he was glad of the chance-
to clean up. He had risen at 4 for a
fishing trip and had made a long day,
but he thought he would dress again
and slip over to the club for a chat and
a bite.
At the foot of the first flight he came
face to face with the girl. She recog-
nized him in spite of the change that
evening clothes made and gave a little
"Then you were not the man the
janitress promised to send up?" she
Burden lifted his hat.
"I adnit'it," he began. "When I saw
the mistake you had made and remem-
bered that 1 had seen Phil, the chore
man, disgustingly intoxicated on my
way in, I let you persist In your mis-
take that I might be of assistance."
"And you leit e-' pay you money,"
she reproached.
"If you think I didn't earn it," he
Smiled, "I'll give it back."
"But I made you earn It!" She shud
dered as she thought of how she had
driven h!m. "And I gave you 10 cents
for a glass of beer."
"'Br I only five-e," he explained.
"W.Von't you have the olher one. I
guess that you must be as tired and as
hungry as I am. You did your full
share of the work, so won't yoa come
and share the reward? I know that
it's un'uuventianal but It -lvIl be such
fuu. Will you '- *.n,'?.
The girl looked Into his ey:.-. What

i There was somefilng in Burden-'s man-
ner that Inspired confidence, and, al-
nost without realzuing It, she was
hatting as with an old friend.
The next afternoon he called to pay
its respects to Mrs. Trevor, anLd before
ong the two women had come to re-
gard Burden almost as one of the fam-
ly. Hie took them to concerts and the
heater and formed the habit of drop-
Aing in for a chat in the evenings when
!ie was not going out.
Then came the panic, and for a week
many a firm's fate hung in the balance.
'he one in which Burden was a part-
ner was persistently Included in the
list of the doubtful concerns, and then
one afternoon the late editions came
out with the statement that the house
had been forced to suspend.
Lois real the report feverishly, but
when Iurdin oau:e home late that
right iid wearily began to ascend the
.'t*-'p- she was at the bead of the flight
to .',e-" nn hlir. c olm- eyed and quiet.
"M *th 'r wants. you to vrine In ain.]
h-ite ., 'e o_,:"'t' ," .' Pie r ,ded. "W e
saw the prar'er4 :,d are ao surry "
"'I'll c m.e gladly," he said as LI-.
dra"-n face? lighted u-1. "-I chail .lj
glaj t f)-'ret bus--in'-a for the me-
wecun. To tind you waitIng here 1,;.
Lth:- iirt ti.ne we met is as unexpectezd
as it 1- peiasaut."
'"We could not =!ee'p," she expl.:.lued.
whilee you we:e iun t::'ible. WVe wa;.-
ed to know thb- ail wias we!l with youI
if L.It with the b'iLneis."
**You dhin't suppose I was golng to
-~hm.ms f in th3 true me r.-.I

tiC r The laughed. ois
.i-'i:,., her !,-' d.
"it wasn't exactly that," she explain-
ed, "but we thought it might not seem
so hard if you had a chance to rest up
a little before yo; went to your
lie followed her into the tiny din-
ing room, where a dainty cold lunch
was spread.
"Cast your restaurant meals on the
water and they will come back in the
shape of real home stuff," he laughed.
"I hope this lunch will do you as
much good as that other supper did
me," said Lois earnestly.
"More," he protested. "There is
only one tiyng I should like better."
"And that?" she asked.
"A meal in our own home," he ex-
plained. "Is there hope for me, Lois?"
The girl nodded her head.
"You are-so handy about the house,"
she explained to cover her confusion.
"That's a good recommendation," he
laughed. "If the firm really does fail
I think I shall hire out by the day."
"If," she echoed.
"Just that," he confirmed. "It was
a trick to throw the market. We are
solid enough, but the sensational sheets
turned rumor Into what purported to
be a statement of facts. You see, you
will not have to carry a beggar after
"I don't care what you are, Nat,"
she said tenderly, "so that you are

Are We a Courteous People?
Are we as Americans as courteous
in all our relations of life as well dis-
posed visitors occasionally think us?
Are we as courteous as mixed blood,
equitable laws and a prevailing senti-
ment of self respect might be reason-
ably expected to make us? Do we not
sometimes contftndd issues, confuse
disinterestedness with politeness and
believe that because good breeding
comes from the heart all good hearted
people are consequently well bred?
Yet there are men and Women who
stand ever ready to help their fellow
creatures and who are seldom or ever
polite to them. Dr. Johnson was one
of the kindest of men, but of that
courtesy which respects the feelings as
well as the rights of others he had nev-
er the faintest perception. "Now, what
harm does It do a man to contradict
him?" he used to say, and contradic-
tion was the guiding principle of his
talk. It is a guiding principle with
people of much less intelligence today,
and it gives to conversation a rough
acverblty, destructive alike of pleasure
and persuasiveness. It is supposed to
be a masculine prerogative, but, like
other masculine prerogatives, has been
usurped by an advance guard of wom-

Lincoln and Mrs. Pickett.
In her book "Dixie After the War"
Mrs. Myrta Lockett Avary tells the
following Lincoln story in connection
with General Pickett, who led the
charge at Gettysburg: Mr. Lincoln had
taken warm interest In young George
Pickett as a cadet at West Point. Dur-
ing his hurried sojourn in Richmond
Lincoln's carriage and armed retinue
drew up in front of the old Pickett
mansion. The general's young wife
came out, with her baby In. her arms,
and said, "I am General Pickett's
"Madam," Lincoln answered, "I am
George's old friend, Abraham Lin-
"The president of the United States?"
she asked.
"No," -with a smile. "only Abraham
Lincoln.. George's old friend.'
'Tlg ,J'lld x 9rbertLt his hands.'and
when Lincodu took him'In his armse
kissed the presidetOf.
"Tell your father," said Lincoln,
"that I will grant him a special am-
noft*y-if he wants it-for the sake of
your mother's bright eyes and your
good manners."

she saw there must have satisfied her,
for she turned to descend the stairs The brain of an Idiot contains inuch
with him. less phosphorus than that of a person
"MI namo is P.urdn," he :'nnruced1 of average mental power.
when they reached th,? street-"Nia-
tlvinod Burden, commonly known as Spider Maue. a Man,
Nti u. A story is told by an explorer of i
"I ami Lols Trevor." she retorted. "I lIrze and fierce South American spider
am g!ad to meet Mr. Burden." whi"'h chases men if they come too
Burden t,,wk.oi her ."rm i ,'ov *h his ~ear ts luricing places. On one occa-
and led the wry to -o,' strict car. It ionb heIwas- pursued by one. "Riding
was only a short riu'. and Lois gave a t .an easy trot over te dry grass," he
11ttle- gao-p when she saw the restau- writes. "I observed a spider pursuing
rnt ga when w the et me, leaping swiftly along and keeping
,"I did not re'zr. how hungry I waR "? with my beast. I aimeda blow with
until I began to wo under if th serve an unescorted woman at thegrou cle to It, when It
tUme of nightt" o instantly leaped upon and ran up the
Burdtime of nigt." t ch and was actually wi;thinh three or
Burden glaiined tt the cl'o1k in jti( our inches of my haud when: I flung
window. It was ouy' half past 10, b urhe whipcfrom me. -LondoneI fndard
It seemed later to her.
"We won't worry about such i;:,-'.'m MietA a=- zd
te suggested. "Just think about wh". MIss Baekbay-What I like about
Ovs best to eat." Henry Tames is the clarity of his style,
Over the tste fui mear h'nid or his reserve force and his absolute mas-
lered she grew mjre c niuiyiatltte tery in the field of epigram and -an-
She bad come to the city to .. .. 1. tithes. Mr. Ca.okl.-Y-y., & when
lie, he learned. There we,'-" o l. I it comes to the fast hall, you know, I
mother and herself left of a i" t;, hk Walah hs .bgot him skinned to
Ai, n dAl sal V rt 'i- tIAni + /,t Is -r ... ". -- __ _

liouklRug Conse'ts.
"Rmolktug contests ari uas old as the
hilis," sald niu nutir'.iry. "Go to i-rlt-
tany, t.ike la a Bretoni -pardou,' and
you'll see a monl;i'ng contest sandwich-
ed in betwet u the dancing matches
and the wre.lIing bouts."
The ohl man took out his notebook.
"The ilrst jokingg contest of which
we have ouy auth-entic record," he said,
"came off at Oxford, the E'.i!ish seat
of learulng, in 1723. The conditions
were that yon should smoke three
ounces of tobiceo without drinking or
leaving the stage, the person first fin-
ishod to get a prize of 12 shillings.
"Hearue siys-T c)plied It down here:
"'Many tryed. and 'twas thought
that a journeyman taylor of St. Pe-
ter's-in-the-East weold have been the
victor, he smoking faster thau and be-
ing many Ipes before the rest, but at
last he wa so sick that 'twas thought
he would ve dyed, and an old man
that had 1en a builder and smoked
gently ca off the conqueror, smok-
ing the th e ounces q'ilte out, and he
told me t t after It he smoked four
or five pip the same evening.' "

friend %wh-

till, ~ 'lu'C

( Germnin Duel.
AJicer quarreled with a
rt .3t.Ictor. Hot words
go.1, an.] the o:.lcer struck
Ii.-rle the nintter might
tire Ta- o: etbing to
,',e"t ,ci btotbh silem. But
Ioi.mr-ut leard of the af-
It.t sf lu'nor e"ide.d that

tr-tran, r- aipm' Tie ciTrvMu.- : -' --
dv-'l ly dlPiri id took plate. ard tlt.e
iioun i t-Tr fell i:i. rtaliy wounded
by Li a fk-'. W lh:-n the officer re-
ta; :-..i lI4ii he wias arrested on the
inr,.'riL.-tbu of tihe president of the
conit iof L'reor which had forced him
to it..i-t lie va. trm.-,1 by an ordinary
frit daicl ilt:d sou-'uced to three
months' ini;'r;po~nl:-.vi. The president
of the -owurt of LO:-'or knew. he was
urgi:.g the uo.ler t., an illegal deed
when hi. tuni-t:-d1 ou the duel, but hon-
or, aL he ludprat-)',, it, must be satis-
flel ait all cost-LTori:o Letter.

Ts.e cCtiur Mouthpiece.
A rich Ru-.vi.an banker had been dis-
covered muidr:-red in his house In St.
Peters'.. urg, says a writer in the Green
Iag. There was no clew, but in the
roomrnhi.re was found a cigar mouth-
ilc?.' cwitaiuiug part of a cigar of such
an ecubs|Ive kind that it was sup-
pose.I the I.nal:er tiliself had beeu
sm..-Ling it jaut t-efore thecrime had
Jea-e commitLed. On close examina-
tion the. mouthpiece was found to be
worn aw-ay iy the teeth of its owner,
'out t i-,, dc,.l r. an's teeth did not fit
the ihiei't.At'tIA. The servants were
one 1.,l' oue e:imined, and it was then
found thit u.e hollows of the mouth-
piece cu.:i,- r-.-l exactly to the forma-
tion of the front teeth of the cook, to
whom no suspicion had been :"i..fhet
Iie afterward confessed to the murder.

Emniig-lund' "Fiery Drngons."
In the .ev:,r 1532 various parts of
Great Brftain were visited by a re-
markable meteorological phenomenon,
which the v'. I authors refer to as "the
visitation of the fire drakes or drag-
ons." The author of "Contemplation
of Mysteries" says: "In ye letter part
of ye year (1532) ye fierl dragons
appear td .jiu;: by flocks or companies
in ye .-- ,inX swines" snowtes.
and -,onin Iirie were they seene four
hundred flying t.:,-'iier." In speakil:.'
of the r:re dra'.': int another portion
of his v.er:; hs -: s, "Coinon people
think fire ,i": '.. to be spirits which
watch over hi. ','i treasure, but the
philbsoipher.s :i.-;n thiem to be ye re-
suilt of poisonous vapors which are
,p jt, ,'1.7 ly'ipte' In ye ayre."

Learning will give culture, but it will
not give common sense.
The Btetel Nt.
Ch'ivin: the betel nut tu Siam, be-
lug a common h.,it, at every little dis-
tance as you go through the bazaar of
Bangkok may be seen petty merchants
busy making and selling the prepara-
tion so universally masticated. The,
leaves in w-his-I the prepared mixture
is wrapped are from a vine' known an
the chavica betel. The nut Is from
the arica betel palm, which reaches a
height of about sixty Ieet, whose
branches I..1 several lare bunches of
outs whiclh harden and redden as they
ripen :',:. which resembia. somewhat
the h',u.wich- t. fritit on the date bear-
Ing p.ili. The dealers cut up their
green le:ives into the proper trinngu-
lar form, crack the nuts and with
wooden spatuias. work the tumeric
stained juice into a paste., t is amus-
Ing to sie- hw si:ill.lly they form the'
pieces of greeu leaf into pointed, cone
shaped cups, into each one of which
they place a portion of the ingredientS.

Tuinrl and Meerschaum.
Accord.tig to tOiN best authorities
upon 'he. subject, ihe idea of using
white talc in the manufacture of pipes
is of comparatively recent date corn-

pared wi
smoktu I

trme riq
meerac aj
the use d
never dre
Into pip<
goblets o
that the-
the smoo
before rI
oriental e
gard to 4
all eventAi
a mneersc

i the age of the balit of
d Whant i till morecurious
,i.at hi the oriental coun-

p rr A

S"rodu .-'m Tnie talc, or
a. s it 1.3 called, and where
tobacco forms. part of the
of the faithful the people
m e wakiln-. this substance
h They make bowls and
it, but no pipes. It may be
ong pitpe.1temn which allow
to cool and lose its acridity
icing the mouth leave the
noker quite' Indiffereut In re-
;ie quality of the bowl. At
one never sees a Turk with

aum pipe.

Lawyers and'Our Public Life.
Without stopping for statistics, which
have been so often collated, It is
enough to say that in the public life of
this country the lawyer has been the
conspicuous factor. The Judiciary, of
course, is altogether composed of mem-
bers of the profession. In executive
offices and legislative halls the law has
predominated and still predominates
over every business and all other pro-
fessions. Yet the public life of this
country has been of the highest chabr-
acter. Acting for the public as the
lawyers have done in these various
fields of official labor, they have
proved trtle to their employment, and
it may safely be said that the scan-
dals which have sometimes been found
In ot iclIl life have sehtdL attnche.d t
them. H:w cenr, this be liftednfted fo
except up u 'the tLr:.y of a gSetii.
pecp noit liti,.re .r.-- ? i\ ? 9 i *..'i,
e rpplUTIaI. ii tL,. ::7- Irn.t. :-.i -u,h tLh
gre.a t i-w -i rL .-. i ,i :3 Co.
niUpC, tW ero Lic I I v.." v. .' : i r i P:; l
aod tl-ey dro i .,.- c.i. L -,i: t.,: pa'-.
JleC.'t .'O) u1i'.ci.. ih. -0';' tri:' ili
their v.'-' i '.ali .'-n e' iu p1 i ,, .' iI
their .jI-i.y I t .. i. "- ni t

l ,' .j '.. .- i ,' .. ', ,1 t he ,
n .l t Ni at t, L .

r -., t.. k:.

"lI i. i,,,:.. : l
o. Ij-Jl.den ^^ .. .1 m.

".aid In g '* t tr i' ;:
*Pard' t ,.'1- **i. !L.;( (;i it ii the
counterfeit frie."- -. Ar 'a0t.

i. lncoume.
"They say you get 250 marks a
month. I can't belie-- it. Tell me
"I get 110 marks saiiryt then i don't
pay my rent. 40 marks; that's 150
marks; I owe the milkman 30 marks,
that's 180 marks marks;my tiflcher 40
marks, 220 marks, Mfnd every month I
raise 30 marks nout orf tyv friend.

making an Income of' 2->0 marks a
Enrmonous Liftinge Power. motba"k-Fliegende Blatter.
The shblless limpet puilli 1,984 times
Its own iweigbt when in the air and Wn.y linow it.
about dtiNtle when measured 'in the Little Willlie-Wht are "debts," pa?
water., leas pull 1,493 times their Pa'-"Debts," my son, are the allent
own dead weight. The MNedterrannan partners of exne-'p`.'e. - cockle, Ienus verrurosa, caft exert a --- -- -
pulling lower equal tor 2,071 times the i.,,-e,,.
weight i(f its own body. So grent to "They bill a:nd coo a good deal."
the pow r possessed by the oyster that "'That's all a bluff."
to open t a force equal to 1.819.5 times "Then you think they are only mock
the weight of its shelless body is re- turtledoves ?"-Louisville Courier-Jour-
quired. If the humviff being possessed nal.
strength as great la proportion as that
of these shellfish the average man open to the Warning.
would e able to lift the enormous Old Quiverful--And so you want to
weight o f 2,976,000 pounds, pulling in take our daughter from us-you want
the same degree as the limpet. And to take hier from us suddenly, without
If the n-an pulled In the same propor- a word of warning? Young Goslow-
tionate degree as the cockle he would Not at all, sir. If there is anything
stain I weight of no less than 3,106,. about her you want to warn Rme Sgalet
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This is the latest and tinO.t coinl)leil
Hand '-low for working plants in thb garden. It
ssell-adjuitatIle; the weight the block to
which the blade is' attach.-d keeps it in the
ground, and the dep?-th of plowing is reuilai,-d
by lifting the handles. A boy or girl' of ten
years can handle it with perfect ease. it has a
24-inch steel wheel, the height of which mako
S te ,plo i.liht of rdralt. It na3 five blade,: I ,a
a rt,,i I. mold, 2 a shovel. 3 a sweerp r ',-e', 4in-e
'*i, 4 a jiil-,onQ:!'-, F, a rake. WV renu-h
Witth ench r,10,...
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"I'm a phot,)grapber.'"--C(evelandl
owe Way of aying le.
Beerbohm Tree was once endeavor-
ing to get a wefl known actor back
Into his company. TreO received the
man In his dressing rooffi as he waste
making up. "H'w much would you
Want to come back tko me1- inquired
Mr. Tree, busy With fWts paint pots.
The other named an exorbitant sal-
ary, tof which Tree merely retorted as
he wenrf On making up, "Don't slam
the door wfeb you go out, wlU you?"

"My hushnba' is a brtfte," daid the
excitable woman.
"Have youth been scoldftrg hfm1"r
"Of course I have.'r'
"Ah,. I suppose he talked back and
used harsh fangu.age:'.
"Worse t1a'ir that Hfte yawnedf"
Love and Dyspepsla.
Young Wife (sobbing)-! am aftald.
Karl, yau: have forgotten what the
Herr P.iStor said so beautifully at our
wedding-how love believes anything,
suffers anything- Young Husband-
Oh, no: I haven't, but t didn't heat
him say that love can eat anything.-
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by a r.)!w <'il the rest. The tooth wNse
sixteen 1i-ches lung by three nilin.'s

A mut'a Insinuation.
"Very gr:: tfylng said a young and
o~LO 'Al novelist. "A gentleman
writes me tinit he took a copy of nay
last work t rend diiru.;, a railway
Jouruny. a'r't!- as result sud.Lienly dis-
co.'ered h,: had .OUae twenty miles be-
yojal his destination."
"Dear me," commented the young
author's friend; "sleeping in trains is a
bad habit"'

The Poet's Troublem.
Friend-What dId you find the most
difficult thin' when yodt wr6te your
first verses' Poet-To find some orw
who would lef t e tred them to him.-
Fllegende Blatter.

No one loves the man whom he fear,.
A tatIie.
In the "Cynic's Word Book" Ant-
brose Blerce, himself a cyuic, gites
the following definition of a cynic: "A
blackguard whose faulty vision sees
things as they are, not as they ou..ht
to be; hence Ihe custom among the
Scythians of plucking out a cyuijr'"
eyes to improve hl8 vision."



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zona to ti's tUjn! a ii Ma t.u-:, La
ift-.r the o.'mht'uake. "As i.lug as
.i': ; out in the mountains., wv:th..
tent o;, bin .:ts, I get along vi-y we
'mut the minute i get into a bo..ase.' "n
nv-e a warm bed a:nd begin t) live c
lue food I get into a dra t, and it)
lirst thin-g I kun w 1 am ll .,1. .' '..: a:n
snueezing and throutenei d ', ,.i pui::
nuonia and lote.iher miseable. Oni
doors is the natural pjaee for a rtn.,
Walk where yoai plea i e, whe:i you it.
-ui-. take your time. The inountair
von't h-:rt you, n '" 'L- c .: uc';'. -e. '.,.
I (an live out for $50t a year for bre-i
and tea and occasionally a a ... tI : ,
co. All I ne'd is a :-: -f;r the f ca
.li1 a pot to bll v.atir in, a:nd an as -
ihe rest is ea-'y."-World's W )rk,
rExpent -i V.-t C{e *l,'ui.
"The Frenchi." saki ,he i'sailor,. "ha-,
wulp cracker co'iimetitions. A l-'-ret '
c bul'y or' t.'i'ktCi' is as pr".u'd of hi
'v i: '- : .kin' :ib liy :, yo. a-in ;
O')i ii;A ri(iu S, n' pAo'r -.4'+ 1 i'core ;in
' ;> driver ivin' wvant c:tni ("r.ik a witi
;i a 'Fon ;an. WV l in' .:1 unt :
stre-ts; of.' i'P riis in ke 'ri!;;.' ti.-o-;,
Lab;ia:lne--opn oi' y7 side. hanp,;, ; cra.i
Sh?, go the 'wh The tii'i. in:ci'-
yo: iaul. It sc-?en yju. I:'s a if -
y;Zun a3 cnt!:iy e' :
aIlo:gime of y,ur (ar. P.I: t t c n: thtionts it i't 'oly f- the' lil e".- ,
Shl'.,t count.-T. .y h?.'. e artist.s th" ...
inon wlat c-:) p;;-y a tooen e: a whn l
Ves. sir, a t:o;C i 'v h :':d 'ein. ',v
heard d the *Mari--;inys' s:-:l 'lli:aw-.,iha:
and 'it.Ali.. 0:)' ;1ky-kd 'w:ih w,' i.
cracls. a:,'n-l played as d.! e -t'.. au_.
s,- -'e.t ad lvoly a-s the eaur '- ni w i.
to Lear."--Los A: ::U';s Ti.c *

,teanis:g In Orientel n;~i Not Gti' t ,' : ... r c A):ors o.
tho rulsg' w.OVen tin tie o;'i":Lt ire full
)f jiuFw'.] ec'. They reor e it nation
al or individun! itruaoit1 -' -,u i stant
for vir.tue, vcepsn id soc;,al i:;n or tajc
Ried was regarin o-, by the E -ti:nurs a.
-yinb!)Di of fi-eo;ty, % t:: -s ; n.;nif,,
the highest w'isd'-L)' aind l.c'-: '. i
Ul-, w.) i ,orr w h \ hi .er, I ''f
ereuce.; fur duller to(eC3 1"i' -O. -' u.n
the Persian: give to all t i:" el :- u'r
?ries and other pr(iuets of tle loomu :
certain richness an: dignity. Tyria.
purple is ahnost u:ilversaiiy re.earce.
as royal. Grm'en has bei:en ('h-)Sei L'
the Turk as his gala co;or, but h.
would not approve of its use in rugs
where it would ba trodden by the fee'

Matter 6f Faet Ionito aiing.
For do-wnright prose Dr. Johnson','
offer of hand and heart to his second(
wife would be hard to beat. "My dear
woman," said Jobnson, "I amni a har-
working man ?tAd Wvtbal som(tIhn
of a philosopher. t an. as you know'
very poor. I ha-ve nlw-'s 5 IPn rt
spr-et-i.1 Iry'sef. h, but I r:'iopve t' toel
you that one orf iy un'!c-'u< wa'4 hung.'
"I have less money t'.:n yoi (ovf.o"t;"
demurely answered the Lidy, "lnt .
shall try to be philosophleal too. NMn -
of my relatives have ever been hung
but I have several who ought to be.'
"Providence anud philosophy have evi
dently wanted us, my godl woman,'
said the doctor as he p'resed a chaste
'salute on the I-d's brovw.

Devantln ne the Waiter.
In a Parisian care an American or.
dered a hors d'oeuvro. sole. agnear
pre sale, artichoke salad, peche Meola
and so ob, iA'nSd heon he wi:ter
brought him a bill of :'.1 rr:n;'., I ho :.I
it like a n illTif t' 1 i '. ." -. -
brotght lie c'v '" ,! : t 'il l .;-. l. :
fran'r towaril ti>? al -ir',r a' r a i',
BLR t tJh, rntIt r'. 1" -L' i 1 I''l,' fIr- ..i .

Not In His Buhinelss.
"You follnv mauy find it all rightt"
said the man izi the corner of the
r"'o'iing compartment, -but in my
business I can't take people as I find
h aus the
"Win.it is your buiines:?" asked the

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Driu'wln a Toollh.
An e'cri'.mt had a raging t )>,thivhe',
the o N'-,, ,f wh!ch c.ai-cl her t-) near-
ly 6d.'-ii her caravan. She wat
thrown on her side and ro:'el t-ntaksa.
Two nt-r' held a pair of Ice torgs fast
round the a-uliig tooth, and a couple

right to St. Andrews Bay about one dollar, making 'he plow, tie'iver.
$4.50. But the BruoY proposes to do better than this and will send the lr,.,.
oue year and furnish one of these plows complete at the factory for tg4,45
purchaser to pay freight-
The plow may be seen in operation at the editor': rrE-idr.iAe at an timBo
Order from the BUOY direct,

AI I Y 'guar g dIt u FR eCH FEM ALE
PILES y'^sup oa | M 8000 L0
plu hD. "P o'Matt. Thompson, Sup'PILL
Oraded Schlso, Statearillo, N.C.,writes: "Icasay] [ A.Sm, CT5tami .Rlxu f for S ri a ruv&mw.
they a ill you ehiaim f...r tli-m 5B DrTOr. |EVER KNOWN TO FAIL, a Sir a sei ed;i SBalts.
Ravu allock, W. V.,wlrlt-d: "'ThAT'Bl. a : u1 -,ohi, L -fl t.,, -uii ,li a-ed 01 l rcy BL. urdW.L4. S nt preplid
fiction Dr. H. D. MciJill, Clarkbsoi,,r T,.ra., writes* for 11.00 I-r r, Will s end cI m cr'rial.,o be pidl for
"In a practice of 23y y rs, I have f .und ni r mo 'ie- a h..T. r. il v pesd. ampie r.. If ,yourdra ggtadol unot
,'r.1 i r.'.;" Paicc. 60 CIeTI. Salp-e.' Fr-'. lj i ihave aben send yftir orders t o at op

Sold in St. Andrew's Bay by Dr. W. G. Mitchell Sold in St. Andrew's Bay by Dr. W. G. Mitchell

.0 All the Carolina and Virginia Whiskey we sell
rSneIrma.fswo Is fiood : otha r 's no bad.

W T are th, ar e M ail W whiskey o in .
,-iw .ylonetiD p.-' g ?li: th.'a l n ,' o'- af N. C ad Ta. In oil el-e
'V > W .& i. l .a.... ro ifS.. pI rt a! .In, bn'l Iaz .tl&i:v.t. -.. r hac ... h .ae-r i, t i'ir.iP
Sor i will iytt ALOC W .l A e ,"'. "f 10,'i'- i .Jd c..,r -' td 4 il .-
Su-.u, Ih=I',C -1 ,! ..I o J .*p I 'A.,yv a t r FIlE Ft LL L QUAhT-l--'-oo r')
St.)., i FH E ,one l;,r' ci .iS ar l.- ,.'i .I:"- 4 &r.1 a ii rl.Li o; c'.i-- '1
Sor5oneol erh ieUraidy. frtraW. W-,n e(a tc -j* wrh.-,eyo[,' ", i rs -1
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