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: March 24, 1904
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: VID00201
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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U. S. Senator-1st district, S. R. al-
lory, Pensacola; 2d District, J.* P.
'lTaliatero, Jacksonville. I
Pepresentaatives-lst District, S. M.
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d District, R.
W. Davis, Palatka; 3d District, Wm.
B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
Xand Office-Register, W. G. Robin-'
son; Receiver, H. S. Chubb, Gaineg-
State-Governor, WMn. S. Jennings;
-Secretary, H. C. Crawford; Treas,
urer;.; W. V.- Knt Attorney-
Geneial J B Whitfield; Tallahassee;
SComptrolleri, A. J., Croom; Super-
Sintendent of Public" Instruction, W.
N.1 Sheats; Commissioner of Agri:-.
culture, B. E. McLin;. Adjutant,
S-General, J. C. R. Foster, Tallahassee.
State Senator, 5th District, Gen. Win..
AlMinr PII oint Washin.iiton.
SWarhi ,gtori' .Cu auty-Representative,
.ln'.1t-" Y.M. Ware, St. AndreWs;
Co'tIy Judge, J. R. Wells; Clerk of
Court, County Clke-k, iRecorder. of
D" eeds' W. '. iDockey; Sheriff, J. A.

L auwlid, Tax Collector, .Jnd. R:
Thompson, St. Andrew 'Treasurer,
L uis H. Howell, Veri n; Tax As-
Des:er. J. W. Williams, Chipley;:
S ColAty Superintendent, L. L. Pratt,
Ve on; Surveyor, P. L. Horn, Or-
anj Hill; County Commissioners,
-&" -j.W. Cravey, Chu., Miller's Ferry;
SA.%V. Weeks, Duncan; John Nelson,
Cl.ple.v; J. L. Jackson, Clarkson;
W Singletary, Millville;
St. e S.-Ju-stic4 d'f the Pence,.
-J Nu'ro,.k; Notaries, V. A. Em-
na II. IhII'tell; Dputy Clerk
S Cou I. W. A. Emmons;
S eoolit I G. V. Surber, Sr.,
W'II. Bartell, . oxtader; Post-.
nm stress, Z'*idie ii. Ware.
Haarlsob-Postiistress, Mrs. M. R.
lllville-- Postmaster, Henry Bovis;
ji stice ot the Peace, J. H. Dykes;
Constable, J. H. Daffin,
Parker- PoatmnastIr.- Martin G.. Post;
,l Na ry l'lhli:, W\. Hi. Parker.
Allanton-PosLtmaster, Andrew Allan.
A. Audet.son--osmasturl. S. W. Ander-
GaPst mi-strss, ,Mrs. Gay.
Tooiipkius--Pust.astcr. Emery Tomp.
BayhCi;l-d -Postmaster..O. C. Tompkints.
to k- l'ostu>;i.ster, J-,. .1 bowler.
.Vealapo-l'uosiniistrc.ss, Mrs. Dyer. .
\\'e*t Lay-lPostuaster, W. .. v..
Cuatoul County Cruonauton-Pustma=- .
tr. Frank W. Hoskins.
,.irtmdale--lostmaster, NW. F. Wood-

rime northern mu:ils. iaj. Anderson,
SGay.v, BIay lIead and Chipley departs
Ary( day exLept Suuday at 3:0")
u' -k 4 1. II1.. arrive .s every day ex-
ct-l't Sunday at 7:15 p.m. n.
Fisit l>ay. mail for 1iarrisuu, 'MillvilUe,
Criulnalou, i'arkeir, Pillsiburg, Cook,
Fl.ar&idle aud Wetappo leaves St.
Andrews every moruiqg except Sunu-
Jay :It m 65lo'wk, anitivesn coming west
7 o-',Io p'8 1" .. .... -
' +
iatiIt-Church W\yyoming ave. front-
iung Park St. Services at 11 a. nu. and
S .0 p. in. Conferences at night.
Prayer meetings every Wednesday at
i p Sunday School every Suulay
a" I LL. a. HU.
4.t Iodist Episcopal-Church Wasr~
iglton ave. and Chestnut st Sunday
school 9:30a. m. every Sundae. revy. L.
J. Braswell, patsor.
Presbyierliau- Churcl cofner 'Lorairn
Ave. and Drake St. Rev. *O. C. Do-
phy, ,pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. n''. very Sunday, Johd btUr--
t4uck, Supt.
C.at oiie- Church coetler Wyoming
A \e. and Foster St.
-Rev. Gilbert has mad -the follow-
',ug appointments: Will be at Millville,-
Saturday before -the first Sunday at
7:30 p. m. and the first Sunday at 11
a. in.; at Parker at 3 p. m.; at Britton &
McConpell' at 7:30 p m.; at Gay's, the
second Sunday. at 11 a. m. at St. An-
d'ew at 3 p.mn., at Nixon, the third
'Sunday at 11- a. m'; ,t. Spann's at 3 p. m.;
at Tompkfnls +tlhe fourth Sunday at 11
a. i.: to Sulphur Spnr'in at 3 p. m.



'. A. 1MM.ONS,
*,' < rei'it Court Clerk and Notary
Public for the State at Large; has
jrisdiction to administer oaths, take.
lffldavits, legalize acknowledg-
ments, etc., anywhere in Florida.
Special attention given to land con-
veyances and marriage ceremony per-
formed for lawfully qualified parties.
Office at the Buoy Office, St. Andrews
1 Bay.
.+* 1 *

Notary Public for State at large. Of-
flee at Store. corner of Loraine ave-
nue and Cincinnati st," All N8tarial
work solicited and given prompt at-

Notary Public, St. Andrews Bay, Fla.
Having had eight years' experience in
executing Quarterly Pension Vouch-
ers for old soldiers and soldiers wd.
ows, also, papers for increased Pen-
sious, I am now prepared to attend
to all business promptly that may re-
quire the services of a Notary .
Physician' and Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of Bayx-iew, offers his profes-
sional services to the citizens of St.
Andrews and vicinity. Residence on
Buena Vista avenue.
foploeCopathic -Physician and Accou'
cheur. Office Piolteer Drug Store,
Notary Public for the State of Flor-
ida at Large. Office at Parker, Fla.
Conveyancing and payment of tax4s.
for non-residents, specialties.

Foley's Kidney Cure
makes kidneys and bladder right.

Onie Dollar a" Year in Advance.

Entered Sept 3, 194 2, at St. Andrew,
Fla., as seconJ class matter, under
Act of Congress of March 3,1879.


Display ad. rates, 50c. per inct.per
month."Position and extraordinary
condition rates subject to special
",Local Di'ift," 5c per line, first iaser-
.tion; 2ic each subsequent. Display
locals double above rates.

If thisi -pagraph is checked with a
blue pencil it is a reminder that your
subscription has bxpired and that two
or.three extra numbers will be sent
you that no reaki emay' occur sho itd
you choose to renew.

.A Shared Opinion.
Hon William Iandolph Hearst,
owner of three or four great newspa-
pers aid several barrels of money, is
lbouoing up strongly for the demo-
cratic nomination for the presidency.
We would be sorry to see him nom-
ia.ated. We believe h;m to be one of
the broadest gauged demagogues of
hoe times -Tampa Tribune.
An Uhfamillar Italect.
An American woman who was lately
in London for*'the first time is con-
vinced that whatever the language
may be which the cockneys speak it is
not English. Ohejof her experiences Is
related by the Waphington PostL
The woman wished to see the city all
by herself. Somebody told her that if
she went to' the terminus of some bus
Ifnes:; .f did not matter which, and
waited a little she would hear the con-
ductor.call out the places on the route
and then could choose that which she
Wished to visit.
Shre found a -place where, buses were
arriving and departing. and waited.
She heard. many curious names,' but
.failed ,to understand much that the bus
men said. 'Every now and then the
'nfi n on the step of a bus would calfl
out. "Moblotch. MoblotchI" and she
:wondered what part of,London "Mob-
lotch" might be. She had never heard
of 1i before, and she had been studying
Ltibuni for six months. At last she
ventuied to address a conductor who
16oke(l approebhable.
*'W Will you kiudly tell me." she said.
whereee one takes the bus for the' Mar-
ale arch?"
"''Ti Ft'rinhtY lr~kp. w1'-Tw .ylh.ly
Eler American accent was thick upon,
her. arnd he perceived" also that she
must beo deaf.. He leaned toward her
and drew a long breath. Then be6 bel-
"This Is your bus. ma'nnm!" and be-
gan to shout, "Moblotch. Moblotch!"'
The visitor liid let seven "Mo6lotch'"
buses go beeniisae. s he never ,one,
guessMed' fhint that Is the way Marbh!.
arch is pronounced !n London.
0tow to Make a Campflre.-
An absur&dand reprehensibly destrue
tire practice Is the building of fires be-
neath a tree "'itorder to get the draft."
'/ e.fool' that ido this kill great trees
for nothing buit 'a canmpfir, There lq
no sense in thft wretched practice. A
fire for'camp cooklug should be built
in the open, and, nothing is easier. A
bare rock is the best place, fnd if you
are to cook. by. It put up a barrier of
loose stones just extensive e1tlgh to
make a fire/as large as a kitchen stove
would hold, put a flat stone over these
walls, and you will have all you want
You can fry bacon and your corn
cakes and boil your coffee on that
stone. This is as good for winter as
for summer. And if you want a hot
old campfire clear a place of niall com-
bustibles and begin small, gradually
adding a stick or two, and the beat1
beneath will soon, grow so strong that
you can keep it up for as many hours
as you please. But be sure that you
let it get down to the ashes before you
leave. :Nobody knows what may hap-
pen after you leave a blazing fire.--
Springfield Republican.

Shorthand and Mental Diseipline.
The mental disipllue which may be
derived from the practice of stenog-

raphy Is permanent. Speed may be
lost, word signs may slip away, but
the power of concentrating the atten-
tion persists. Noris the increased pow-
er of analysis confined to the analysis
of spoken words. It is brought into
play in all kinds of mental work. Pos-
sibly the truth may be that only per-
sons with minds naturally analytic can
become expert stenographers and that
the faculty is a cause rather than an
,+effect of such proficiency. However
that may be, the man who has a mind
of that sort can select a topic at ran-
dom, analyze it rapidly into its natural
subdivisions and make a speech or
write an essay on it while the other
men would be groping around for an
production. The value of this sort of
discipline to a lawyer or preacher or
writer is obvious. Mathematics is the
only study- that can be compared to a
scientific' system of shorthand for the
development of analytical powers.-
The World Today.

40 A Fine Gentleman.
Th ic de Richelieu, the beloved of
ladii he breaker of hearts, was the
perfe rne gentleman of a studiously
eloga och. The suave repose of his
man immovable. When his
seco lay dying he came in to
s"e ;e'pihg softly, hat in hand.
Though s expiring, her fading

eye lit up at the sight of him. suppose the market value y-
"How sweet it would be for me to erty is about ten million rl
dite n your arms." she murmured. actual cash I amn poor. Ij l
Ile held her as she wished till she to sell everything to get. thl I
died, then went out again, stepping sell in haste may cost me bh
softly, hat in hand. One of his spiteful mny fortune-certainly on
chroniclers-a woman, needless to say- it. Suppose I should not'
suggests that he was off to a rendez- raise seven millions, what t'
vous with the lady of the moment, and "Oh. $(,000.(00 or even
*that the graceful manner in which be would do at a pinch," r.e l
bore the delay caused by his wife's Burke nonchalantly. "SeV U
death w,.as proof of the perfect breeding is best, but a less amount '
of one of the finest gentlemen In Eu- certainly do as well." .
rope.-Geril dine Bouner in The Reader. "How soon do you want t C
"Eight or nine months fro ,
,- do."
"Very well, you shall ha .
OW C explain your plans to'roe." T
1 0I the.J R ace tI his breath Stanhope murmur ~'"
Sder whether this sort of thin dP
SW aT 8 W O tic enough to suit her?"
v v a .'

7- :

\IA It. 24, 1904. N

prop- -,~ ,, 'lie I'Ie. le s "Ih star. and she" The s',i,' (n. 4N- 1kervL
_ s oatedl In I lip uildt leI iit ? rI
ult Ili "couldn't do ),,~tter. thlnugh she might There q no iore wl..le jii'" Iod
. .v. crowd, with the lrelight throwing -id I1. ",t mr ,." g ..n tis thaa m x._kt f .yet i hlm
d. T uddy glow over his mobile fealuies. ivin, ,,,t sre moner y.?" ong the bnc ianue of thasame lai- t
U. T 4, tirng Ouril .'au'!y til.'Ir varying expr* 'u e 'o g the b nenue of thatsame mlh
ford < l rin e . "art) .i. Tait h "No. nor want to either. I know how ble there lies' a rip of fles wl'tch may
ter of Arabs hbae a s .aing'that *smiles ,nu sthe lorik-; "rgrow'-n and coarse, with bring you to dwtb' g dor oeveop f 'It
ble to ar r ri' or hig red ehooksl that ihe the simpleton. fails to kill yo:.- ou tita eat t,.a
let1 and so well do e s the real hal !'cnlls 'r,--fio of nature.' he quoted con-. hundred thrr*, .d it will 1 ai wbole-
d00,000. k k now h .is bu in's that ra I'miitoin lv. -"He can go to the-farm some as the".st of .ihe lsh,"-.ft tihe
d.m after hour can ma ke hb du.rl with her iandi make a field hand for the hundred and Wfot time dr-orarller it
ilmo k id aulence akewith la... oldh unn. and I'll try to crawl out from may .nCaus* tek-tlb trouI' .lrli, ls b e
almost .I .rl .l with the, rui-. .1irnizs. I wish I'd trained cause It ocis lunally, tthbt8earfy s gn l
s, oj n ingimarher'ne.it or- sliluvr ,'. htim in ith Im.-in,-ss lack there in Chl- or any known reason, distills a jpowcr-
OneyI,' lfortIna r g ,'dn *"-t' .1 n .. i struuk the sent excitedly ful lrritantpoison..' Teire is ur o dit-
Swil to their f-et to ". *n.e soe .s'r_ in, nl ,vnt on: "lie kIept It from me till ference In the appearance of the fh'
act of cruelty. N'o ".i.e n ,,v' ," ' h i:nt hI ci'. I've l een l-oiling ever or in Its flavwt'; nothing to warn' you
Now a-stern world u el ul. be more hrji.... sin,,-11 ii the shade. I came pretty of the danger. Ihe Only rei'.edy Is to
under than is this legendnr. y fict ion or eth pr, uu'ar not L''rng to the graduating fan- leave the spiniiof the' fl l alone an tot
mI o riles of the furr -ea '" ,n,-,. nun,u1 I've looked to it for yearss" take the tl,,sh that lies in the angle of
oman- "'T n yvn are to be there tonight," the backbone'* edges. T.herel never
C a he.1iiii. a year without a- few 'den h.f from Ibis jr"
"That's wiha;t I'm on -the road for cause, thought you nifight eat mackerel.

By CRITTENDEN MARRIOTT Twoyears passed away, a .he date 'i. IT MC spF li spoke of my coming a day or so
eof eaIrspasse aearlierbuyt I din't want to see hiun till
of the great international' was fterard. It idgt not le good for his
CoprIChf, iT, by? T. C. Xre "' fast approaching. Mare:clo e bad nfto Ind.It rin l yt not ig od for his
.* 1 F+L" + 1 ncr.t.s. uindl I u:iLlll' y ll waut him to do
,- .* ... r-- i4-' r il .ublici. -.
It all b gan at the Amerrnas cul had gone fairly wild over her, and their' y o e J ron '
races in 1913 1 rd ended two years later, supreme confidence had had a depress-. I going- there too. I have irkris in
t ht oil l 'la s s "
in the fall'of t905. To be exact, it be- ing effect on this side of the water Copyright, 03,by T. C. McCre 'hy that's all r!ht" he exclaimed.
gau a.t the very. moment the winning where the new defender, the Virginia, 0 "Whye're trat'ers, d weexc'dprobablyaimed.
boat, swelling white from deck to' tow had done nothing to show that she was
,ring truck, swept across the line in a greatly superior to the Columbia. "Wh-e'ew! This is the hottest day ach be alone. Why not sit together?"
mist of timing spray and a thousand Stanhope had been readily admitted that ever broiled!" Mr. J. Sanborn, el to suest it," she replied, hiding of
steam whistles burst into gigantic ap- to the yacht club, and his boat, con- derly, somewhat portly and .very ras- amused smil e.
plause, announcing to a waiting world stuced by, the famous old designer, cible, glared about, 4efylng contradlc- By exchange'of cards-they introduced
thatu(he' anoncin awitig o ad been. accepted as the defender of tion themselves and had become very good
that the cup would stay on this side the cup. Extraordinary pains had been themslves and had become very good
for at least another year. taken to keep her lines secret. The The old gentleman in front of him friends ly the time they reached their
It was at this instant that Miss Vir shipyard where she was built had been bristled aggressively.. destination.
glnia Wentwv-rth, her teeth flashing, guarded day and night by armed men, Mr. Sanborn,'with an eye out for of- "Shall I call for you?" he asked at
her eyes glistening, her checks flaming, and she had been launched "in petti-. fense,observed the bristling and relter- paying,
nirned to Frank Stamhope and cried, concealed her hull. ated dogmatically, "The very hottest. the ll." she r-turn,.o. With a fnh ofI
with quick emotion: "Isn't It glorious? It : aot until the day before that day!" repressed iimer'ln-nt.
Oh I could love a man who could carry for the Irst series of races that one "No such thing! There's been mil- "Very good. young lady. ,ut not lqui'e
off a prize liketha!",, of the sensational New Yk newspa- lions hotter!" The old gentleman flash- so perfect as you suppose." he mmt-
This remark was unwise unless Miss pers announced under scare heads that ed around like pugnacious bulldog. tered, watching the sl-viler figure flBi
Wentworth wished to invite what fol- are Via, drew only fiteher en feet of wate; "The very hottest day!" Mr. Sanborn away.
lowed, for no one had ever accused hence the paper deduced the alleged bawled stubbornly. When In unaccustimin.d nn-l unem-
Stanhope of being backward where wo- fact that if the wind reached a velocity "Not even the hottest this season! fortable evening dress Ih'P. ; .at,,n.lu:t.
men were concerned. Besides, he was of even twelve miles an hour the Amer- On the 10th the thermometer registered ed to his seat he sa':rrly r'O"u'gnnzu'a
very much in love with Miss Went- lcan boat would.inevitably capsize. 16 degrees higher," his opponent ex- ter of an the rnceense oe rIng throw, uh l
worth. So he instantly turned, bent The first two races went off splendid- plained with aggravating exactness. when ote df1J ce bre'ald1 n "-.n h, in."
over the girl so that no one else might ly for the Americans, the \Vir-inla com- "Then theihermometer lied! All ther- of satisfaction. addinh.-. with a chuckle:
hear and whispered, "Will you love me ing In a good five milns aa'dl of her mometers do!" "I see, I see! But.I think the little joke
if I carry it off, Virginia?" Whereupon rival n showpite of theft that the hItte "My thermometer is exact! It's the will boomerangg" *
lMiss Wentworth, with a suddenly morning of the 1li;rd rae l' xn'airitinh best made." She detached hers,'lf presently and
heightened color, turned quickly aside world bad settled down to the cnvi "I don't carelf.it's theonlyone made, made her way to hin, niuirnmrin an
and made a remark to a girl compan- (ion that Mr. Burke had discovered it lies If it says there's ever been a hot- apology for omitting to inntionr that
Iou. some new principle of hull buili.,ng. ter -day than today." Mr. Sanborn he viou tended te n r
But the question once asked had to The result of the third race seo',-d so mopped his face in exaggerated dis- PTevo us yeagr.- ..it
be answered sooner or later. The time o y certain that StaIlope invitd tress. f t she had met aurien To .is
when it must be came the next after- .Jiss 'Wentwo'-th and liher cl..pero n to People were smiling at the anb '.eqnilly eager me'Mest'a-oi ncornhn the
)moon In the disjointed intervals avail- r)e oni loard (luring it. It was ot i" contention, and a girl across the aisle mllkniaid she hesitatt'-l uncertiainlv.'
able between the departure of ope on' with ra g e so to giggled. Both disputants looked at her Which. was not sir:ingo. sa'ing that
guest who had dropped, in on Miss ab)inv1 Wentworth to get a cup of tea and the ty of t::e V irglia wias ,6 ev-dcr' timt tgeptlemlan ordered: young bl6cki(Al lA-ii: .., il 'dil to ier
arrival of another who came for the It seemed iilipos t1b' for hla.n l rncsu::. "Here, miss, you look cool and. rea- *mer'flyus "a farmer'.s da-n!liter, the girl
IrriJUMPfanother wh of cie choice"
same purpose. And none id result uiitil after the sonable. Tell this lump of obstinacy
Stanhope smiled down on her. "You rae as won. As to \ir'iia g iied that today 1 (rigd beside the 10th." 1 aii r l .te oti nt-ir uim-1. lioin-ly
reitember. what yq said yesterday, ntch'y neross t1 l'",ie ol-. inwi'. "Oh, don't sk me to'be umpire. I r. S orn .r.'l *
d n't ofi?" be k r = o .r'w f ^ -f I kl1i. .k.w.y tl...t .r : i 1
Miss Wentworth blushed. slightly. hie tur'nedo Miss Wentw'rth. "Are tears. 'I alwa a go by-my feelings~t she .
"Oh, yes," she said. "Wasn't it fool-, ou e g.rl i i cred "Sie's the one," Ir ascnnted nc p6q
ish, I was carried away by the me-un
Ish' I was carried away by the mo- triumhe flstuin ,nt h face, but be.-i "The only sensible way,'? Mr. San- tively and aggressively -us he lo:d1 pro
meant and thought that I could love the rmh cold nn er a cr r born a firm'd. claimed the state of theweather.' The
man who defended the cup so splen- arose. The excursion fleet, wild with "The way of ninnies and numskulls!" ,qpeiling exercises prevented further dis-
didly"The Englishman has said that he excitement over the unprecedented tri- stormed the old gentleman. course.
Will challenge again," he said slowly, umph of the American, had broken "Your station, sir," theVmnductor in- spite of his heated resentment Mr.:
"I shall build a yacht and defendthe through the guard lines. The next terrupfed. The old gentleman bounced whelming success of bis-in
."I shall build a yachtand defend the instant came a grinding crash, ind the off, trailing his statements '.d asser- joined in the applause that hinm
u. ," paddle Wheel of a gigantic ferryboat o ttform.
"But you are not a yachtsman." paddle whel of a giatic e ybt tions to the platform. out again and again.
"I shall become one i"-ping her stern to pieces and pushin The train started. AMr. Sanborn "He's pulled them off, as Id you
"But you know how seasick you get h beneath the water stuck his head oit 'the window and he would," he boasted to the Iwho;
when the water is rough.* 'eTe suddenness of the ca.lamity add. shouted, "The very hottest day!? with flushed cheeks and w.et ,.- had
Sget over it if- ed to its awfulness. One moment the Then he settled back and laughed. burst her glove in expre{,il hdr. ap-
"I won't promise." beautiful vessel, with towering inasts The girl laughed, too, and slipped probation. "It would be glor'iousbut,
"I don't ask you to do so. But I do and bellying canovs, was tfhr(. the across into tie old gentleman's place, for that beefy creature he's tallir to.'
ask you to be with me when my yacht next only a confusion of broken thi- "I wound him upr" Mr: Sanborn ex- he added, choking indignantly.-
crosses the line a victor a year or two bers and struggling men. planned with satisfaction. Maurice got away from the congratu-
from now, and perhaps-perhaps the As the boat went down Uke a stone "I ex ect he thinks it is pretty hot latlons at last and reached then, ly-
moment may carry you away again."90 A t b w d Lk a stone I v g TIth outstretched hand, Well t
"Oh yo foolish boy!"o u away again."t was Stanhope clasped Virginia in his arms by now," she smiled, I-t, really, you ing with outs trtched hand "Well,tin
Oh, you foolish boy! But it was and sprang overboard, annd in a fow know, we have had hotter weather." cle, 1 hope you are satisfied with niv."
with a very tender look in her eyes 1117m-1n--yes, pretty "Wel"!7t his icke
ith avery t e de l I her e moments they were picked up v,:i.out "Oh, yes," he assented unexpectedly. pt uncl
that Miss Wentworth watched Stan- sensible injury grunted. his eyes fixed significantly up-
hope as he went from the parlor. setting uiry 'tXeithw."ih nd'lr care in." wn roast- on the thick, honmery girl iteross the
An hour later he was closeted with. Puttn 'Milts ntworih ud"r care Ing." hill].
Ae hour later he-. was closeted with of her friends, Stainhope hurri-:d en "Fuming?" she intimated. hall. .
Neil B- the -famboard of tdhe United States u'n-i,>t "9ike a boiling kettle. Think I'd ex-. Seeing which, M rice said.-with a
signer. s"gayce-intr e you tosndy farme'
"ou aid once that youwould do which liad qieykly dlistr.rs.>d the u,.'t plode but for easing off on the old sly glance at the girl Ieside hit;
"You said once that you wouldson, r. and taken iarge of the w k. "C- gentleman," he chuckled'in memory of "May I introduce you to my farner's
anything- for my father's son, Mr. I n Eda, " h exlue Lon -,the ploi daughter, uncle? She' s-
Burke," he was saying. "Now I'm t- ain1. ard, he exclnimed Lonro'',',, the exploit. Mr. S:,n1.o,', broke in, exclaiminig.:
going to claim your promise. I've got "I am Mr. Stanhope. owner of ilie Vir- "You should take things easy in hot ... ,
toclaim yourp time. o ginia. My entire fortune is in tlntit weather. It's the only way .to keep 'hy. I know.t e man she's talking
to defend the cup next time. To dot o ,. i cool," she remarked sagely, with: done business wilh him! I'll just
so I must have a yacht that can de- old.""Takeeasy! Look rewhen introduce myself and have it out wit
feat all other would be defenders and "What!" you've had a blow that's knocked all her too!" he growled over his shoulder.
then can defeat the challenger, no mat- o r your life plans hlter shelter you don't slipping like an eel through the crowd:
te how good it may be. Will you help either eas lter kelter you do "Good heavens!" Maurie cried aghast.
me?" tie story In the par 'h t o ..r' ,'yv feel eithereasy or cool." "If he should say anything imp)ertinent
"It's my business to do so," returned stating that the Vir'ginia di" iw ouly "No; that's true. One might make to Miss Millionesst"
the designer, "and in this case it will fifteen feet of water. vll. tll. n !: wJ new plans," she suggested. "h, Maurice! And she the prsi-
be my pleasure as well."' trte. (ol is nearly twi-' ;is '!, y "New plans" he scoffed. "I don't "Odent's, Maurice! And sayne thing!e presi-top
Stanhope drew a lbrw a g breath. s lead, a golden 'keel is only lI1If thle onow why I'm the one to make conces- hident's op him!" the girl ay anything led.
"That's good," he said. "Spare no se of a leaden one, and its rssa'we stuns. He owes al'i he is to me." "Stop who-the thief?" a young man
expense-none. I will spend my whole to the water ls far less. ('Consluenly She looked polite inquiry, and he con- lau.
fortuexpense-none. Icessary to assure this vi- a boat with sch a keel is m faste tinued: "You see, it's my nephew. I've queri led tlaughingly.
tory." than one with the ordinary lead kee, raised him and been a father to him- They trailed through the crowd in i
The designer's face grew serious. He I hiad to wln this race, .so I so!d ill done well by him too; given him the agony of apprehension. There was .o-
drew a sheet of paper toward him and my property and turned it Into" g.^ best adyntages money 11 buy. And all Mresanbrn ha arrived, sfr akc'i.
began to figure. At last he threw to make a keel for tl Virgina. Will I've asked of hMm is that he go ahead the gentleman and was
down the pencil. "Stanhope," he said, you stay hcreaud protect the wreck and be n credit to us.speakg to the young lady. who lis
"if you mean exna'gy what you say until we can get the wrecking appa- ie paused reminiscently, eid wi th serious attention.
and if you are rich enough and have r"tus?" "And hast 'Look at her! There'll be an explo-
the nerve to risk it I can assure you "I till, sir; I will." lit his face. siton soon! Oh, why did we undertake
of victory as certainly as any human Three hours later the work on the "Te has! He's been on top al the trick?" Maurice's companion
event still In the future cant be as-' yacht htd proceeded far enough to time taken the honors e erywhere,and moaned in his ear.
sure. But it will cost a great deal." make certain the safety of tmhe gold, he stands to pull off the biggest of all His uncle beckoned urgently, pr'evnt-
"Never mind the cost I have the and Stanhope set off to the home of -now." t f ," Ing Maurice's reply.
nerve, I believe, and I have the money Miss Wentworth, were he found her I should say that was satisfactory," gppeYou know my nephew and
-that iis, I haiy' Anything within rea- none the worse for her cold bath. she commented.I p, his milkmaid, the farmer senator's
son." "I asked my question at the proper "Satisfactory! I'm chock full of pride! daughter," Mr. Sanborn said to the gen-
"Ah! But perhaps you'll think that time, Virginia," he Baid, "but the blun- But I'm Justified in being proud. lie tleman as the reluctant couple ap-
thIs isn't in reason. Will-and can- dering of that boat robbed me of my graduates from C-- university-no lit- preached.
you risk $7,000,000 on the race with the answer. Did the moment carry you tie college, mind you-with the honors Then he burst into a roar of laughter
certainty of winning unless something away?" of his class. Why, with mymoney be- at the blank faces of the wilted oug
altogether unforeseen should occur?" Shyly the gIrl looked up at him. hind him he might be anything he chose conspirators.
"Seven millions! Great Csesar! How "No," she said. "The moment didn't, anywhere. Aud what does he do but d
can you possibly spend seven mil- but-I think that you did." deliberately kick over his own pros- auth.

"I said risk, not spend. An the The Traveling Story of things for him when he gets through It, Willie? Little Willic-Is writing a
"I sak d risk, not spend. And the The Traveing Story Teller travel, where and as long as he pleases; profession or a disease?-Illustrated
riskhe money will bery small Nealy all of The profession of hakkawati, or story marriage with the best when he's ready Bits.
the money will be o restored safe and teller, is a calling officially recognized for it, and the young jackanapes has Mothrs! Mothers Mothrsl
ound-leso fors the cost other yacht, crew rental countries, and the fortunate gone and engaged himself to a milk- w man ler at this season
and so forth, say half a million. But possessor of the necessary gift is sure maid." How many children area tis season
the seven millions I must have In coin, of a welcome and a livelihood wherever milkmaid," she repeated faintly feverish and constipated, with ba
or, better still, in bars of 'solid gold ges. mlKmti, she repeated intly, stomach and headache. Mother GraT's
Will you risk it?" "ItIs this man, says an authority "Farmer's daughter, he said, but Sweet Powders forChildren willalwavw
DroWill you riskit? stood on StanhoIt s tis man," whosays an authorind all they're all milkmaids. I suppose her cure. If worms, are present they will
Drops of redhead. "Mr.eat stood on Stanhopeid, o others reievental customs "who beyond eastern dad raked up a little money and sent certuinlv remove them. At all 'dr-
forehead. "Mr. Burke, ne said, I others relieves the monotony of eastern her to the university to take on'some gists, 25e. Sample mailed PREE. Ad-
am reputed to be rich and I am. 1 fe. have see the Arabian hak-polish and take in som young idiot dress, Allen S. Olmsted. Leroy, N. Y.

scores of times without taking ham.
YPt ;nlminsls have some way of detect-
Ing the poison, and a cut will not eat. ".
.the tli'oh from the mackerel's splls If I 't
It is dangerous ct

Loud dird.r'
"----" "-- "O -
e* Lady Grey'a Dnll t-:veinnR, '.
TBhomas Creevey, who lived in the
early part of the uineteentl century.
has 'presented sotpe quer pictures of
English court lift. '.During the reign
of'King William "IV. Creerey ',vrote:
"The GreyA had just come from Wind-
sor castle.. Lady Grey, in her own dis-
tressed manner, said she was really
lniore dead than alive. Stv said all the
boring she hud ever, endured before
was litt.'rail" nothing compared with
her misery of-the Nwo pre edfng bights.
She holn'd she 'ever should see a ma-
hogany table again, she was so tired
with the one. that the queen, and the
king, ithe Duchess of Cloucest*t, Prin-
cssa Augusta, Mine. Lleven and herself
had sant aroundii for .hours, the queen ,
knittding or netting a purse, the king
sleeIl!ug arid oclcasonallIy''r'a for
the 'purpose of saying, 'Exactly so,
ma'am.' and then sleeping agnalh. The'
queen was c..Id as ice to Lady Grey,
till the momnult she came away, Whven
style could afford to be a litter civil at 4
getting quit of her."

Cnrlonln Hunting 'Cantom.
The Labrador Indfins when on .-
hunt stalk on in advance of the tWan "
with Ilnilr arms, while, the .roe'o'it,
heavily laden -with prjoisiof and
menns rti shelter,' drag along 1.u ly
after. When-the lords and mans.blt be-
glu to thiuk of fodd' tie or 'wuili .;
any wany to leave .eOm'gUdttJd. 'aA
tlhtir progress.for tlif ,sdgalv' ,-
thrust nu ..,pright spm'aror s ulck '- t'e
snow nd iylraw lun,t4lh.nowi. f
line of the iadow'tlhe ( c'.m1taJi .
men, tolling pain4tnlo j.S i t.b' ;*
spear-add-1 Oew
audt knggwg ei "--i ^^

spear anam inrry:n.-t 4craigo Nqw. s.
S Of ('n. i'q II'- Cnolil.
"I'm dreadfully won r'd. I hTven't
%heard from George for three whole
*1ay9." .
"But lieho's onu the nernn and- can't
write till he 'reaehei- the other side."
"Nonsense! Couldn't he put the let-
ter in a bottle and throw it overboard?
I've often read of such things."--New
York Evening Journal.

--** 4*^*rK

Consumption is a human
weed flourishing best in weak
lungs. Like other weeds it's
easily destroyed while young;
when old, sometimes im-
Strengthen the lungs as you
would weak .land and the
weeds will disappear.
The best' lung fertilizer is
Scott's Emulsio 0Salt pork
is good too, but it is very hard
to digest.
The time to treat consump-
tion is when you begin trying
to hide it from yourself.
Others see it, you won't.
Don't waitNuntil you can't
i- receive yourself any longer.-
Begin with the first thought

to take Sco- mis
it isn't really consu
much the better; youI

forget it and be bet
treatment. If it is
tion you cfn't exp
cured at once, but if
begin in time an
rigidly regular in
ment you will win.
Scott's -Emulsio
rest all you can,.
can, that's the t
that's the best tre


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a~~~aidan full4ril 1'(j~n d'lti li ,iep Is.'.
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Aiowm~ -'--'-11it1l W l~, t isotuu re I1 d foi' the pl' r'pose I
fine Cat ~'ei~i't e ~ u ricany Ltb' Ctumtn LnA ndrth-s

&,je, id foulrdIl I~ iig j I.-l~ t el',1 !ll~ 11fiiem vill& Z.i1it-4 l1s4k weeklo*. Prd is e liein
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di ''unillc you hav cinifei'a d wIII tlyL1 pr :o-
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fall teeirqig~ feI.e. ei iI -nA tiie' li~j-i ( ph'jhii t ndesli. or~rivdls-we u -3(is beirita
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ts~i~ d I'2:1e ii,;leae Wtt-It -t. YA 1 ave.'0W ffinyclrlkll o' 1 h acki" Wof a
deltri ulii. keil i f-t, Ao tlt'evei r a t yiKS 'A Wrkvso iinpe at vi
7:.li ~ ~ kl '% LL-Ie ifgie Ie lil ltt ttet Y"lie at 11 ll. alii') d~tuo at tilae
Ms t1~im lwihl iltult IP W i' y to '~ 't kill. Oflhlerrl -i h i r

M .it W4.AlIPe'' A as i-'it :-o). of til e ouo. t Y ou time Sh at o
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-- ftdsll re e neiahds &'it i'&S
'i"~'u4 faiJoik in.-as1njc'-t~-ulli~L..-. tIid-'rlt.' -d -ao -ii a d .iwso

1rtlJi 01 tfir~r tStlio *ANe, leudir a c- o i-t''ntrvol. bak'f
t SW p M\L'c- klifit g. Ie.ier._,I V.11 l'tt er Nh~eIt. tatb,tk.'iit doz'e n. at the
mail ~ '7 Lqaf*.$ Ii ill 141,1U Y.thl

("kil all .10l ,J-V- Nj .n %i i.14 "Who m'c Fitz?" th ke d urpried
I~ Th is 70 .u i r;let i i i i g ; ei iliiar place b e el k i Win
:e~~~~~~tallit Ej e th lJO xi i ng the I avvl til o t''i iis! ~r

9 outhe~rn et. OIXIYR this III prilse
or ow '4ldve:,-11i~iAtile -is tml- no,:t
dea'inoewtt filt 'ill j,fruitii. The-' nivol
grnaetv Is vr k,3,ty't*'e Mrai-11. 1- 1royaM.
peakf Are iploicviit'tli', -butli vat'la',!t' W.
longsi Lo the popui~lace It Ls-%.s ,sr. .-ic*h
of the cotintry %ttore 'zirmllite ce'tivre'rog-o
cery. It br'enulae~i-the i'rve-F'Iirit (I t tht,
A&merfran townsbit~p uttd village.. It
ha~s a flavor of okj>1Ne~w Esclainti will]
yet a ptingeficy s iof the 'iiiih and
rnlddip %vh ~t. It !fmilild. a Iatabile,
nourLjqblng und promwAive of guod fel-
lowshit and long lifpe"w
Distfurbaoce, of aetlkers arc hunt tnear-
ly ai grave a-. an itiaiyidtial -isordei' of
Th se yiwni. 0% erwork, his~s of dcp
imervous t65S ~will1 be'ipio%%ncd by Lit-
"er .Collaipse vs a refiible rerue'dy ia
*Immediately 0 Tplqyed. 'rh~res tulhiitg
**efficient tuct*d isorders of theIli v-
bror kidneyi-thi.4ctrio lBitters. It'ti
iiiwritl jAI.U ,iod iid effective ner't-
ini ifth1L~egremttkiJl aron .ad medicine
for run ~wn systeidg. It.d1kpqelj Dtrv-
*usnemV, rbetimatluwM and euc~ralgia and
expels malaria geis Only 50c, and
eatLfa'ationik~ar~a~te&,d by AHIf.~

nw ok I etytold tin
r) jof Daniel wel.ister'it

atnnl tn!blia ynun-zer troth-.
iotuie noney. -TilTey started
3'.N ie It waRs ~-evning be-
)HU L.' -sld tbe senjlr Web-
did 3-ou'do with your ICon
the. boy aciswasre'Ld stur-
uttiont you~?- Wltintdid
v~oue-. wuoney?' the farther
Iger Leik-thaeF.
tQ. Dan.' was the reply."

A-kuer Witllie got -rkqtre
-tI4B" as tic-hoofl Imis
b. t't WrlI
i4ses Matt
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_VOu tt(o l t OIijlPtt 10 o ill. 1 iIZ T
.le (rtiilobnk i'qr tie kith'liu set xf!
furnliturep. "liut the Iniidllord does, you
know."--,lodl \n .ra. i

n ick < NTu iera.
"\VillinI.'" -..i \! rs Van Gelder to
the umn ,,t" onl work. "I want you. to
u t.i il e i alirl'r, Burn all the
nie-d" ,n;i<',,rs. wite paper and-any
oIthi'.' Ili yot m:iy find there."
ACl 91 1r tt liti.n she met Williaml
in hI II ec. rryinl in his armsi a huge
Pl1 hl.'ti music, the property of her

"W'|it ii .re yilu goine to do with Ma-
I,, 1".-. Ili n "-W ,leS e icil(d.
"\Vl, burn it. sire. as you told mie
to. It .as Iin the eloiset there with the
other ri ,Llisih."
'l;:t I 'idln't niiiin the. muslc.,Put it
banr'ck Ilt ,,.i.-."
Nl:I. Ii n r -trq, d -1l. ,, lure.. W il-
I;fmn un- li',,d in -urpri'-e:
"\'Lv. ihasu't she played it all?"---

Tixes1 foi 19)0.1, aL you are dtlt-'
lei- aware, are now due-. Those Wbo
bae autffcienit deposit with the Buoy
to cover the tax will have the same at-
tended to without further notice. Oth-
era, who are depending uoon the Buoy
to attend to it will be noti.Cd of the
-amount due as soon as possibletd. Lth
tax will be paid after the amount is re-
ceived. These taxes become delin-
quent after Auril 1. next.

'AI Le. 1oj auud Frtkeind.
B -fure hL- t.a1 ci.'l>cti,:- to be the chice:
Sxetute oiiiie i ld Doininioi Gov
.rliiInt .liiltgitcu ui" Virgiumi met al'l
ild al.* lii iIt' i n1 flier trnidl T'icy. h;at
iI U ,t for y''trs. Mr.. Muln iiin' .ww
u trii b.t!' t'- e fir governor nil tlihe uoth..i
i l ,il IIn Y lawyer M it
'V -l aii I do for 'youl \l"i 't 'JU
-o '1 .*c ilir ." ild i ll' t: iin ihi 'll" :I-& li
put Ills : I i allrullln hias friend. "\\'li..
:.n n ior y.o. old I oy :"
l.!i \, llii il tll doiu e t i now ."
quietlyy .'-lIlh'dll Ihi, hi, Iyer.
"\Vtiv. h-ll's ulii l'," s;ld tllie.otiher.
"S n ii .l. pui,. piulr ;i.1'1 i 'niuiLl'i. Uie
and cialli lme *,pel Iuoy.' ThIilt'. all- 1
w 'iut." i.s Ihi,'*t'ltly olf til itc- irt Ifri-nd
of Lbo.0 hl i d:ly-.- l'ilaidelpllhn Lutldg r

Colds are Dangerous.
Hjuw often iou heart remarked: "'It.s
onlv it could aid a fi'tw days litter learn
that th1 leni is on hits back withl pneumo-
IiA. This is of sIt.h o, Olmion occurrence
that I cold. hovei I-r slight, should not e
disr~egardei .Chatinlh, l:i','s Cough'ltenn-
ed) ;ouuleracts any tendency t ward
pneumonia. Irt always cures ,nd is plean.-
lnit t .,takF Sold by L. M1 Ware,St. An.
drew and Bit. head and aH nl,:di 'ine- deal-
a a
IamiYr EMo h. .
"Johnole." asked a gentleman of a
little kindergarten pupil, "do'you know
i how to make a Malteae cross?"
IeYes. air; I sho' do."
"Well, tell me how you do It."
"'Why. you just step on her tall."-







~_ ('Y" AF FIT.

k h1 l'6 #-tick utie~at4~na blt. go! ,-k
Silail r~ i'apid l vithat lie. repatirM ..~
Ale Plt-'vieiace" inil I:n-iiy of' that ell N
(Ii lo4d -ti i Ll at 2:10 o'clock 1-i
',i~I AV ift,'jIoj0I, the IT 1 5th .i'1.
lih le lijiideiil I.wal I .t 3nd a g eilt P-111-

an., leartied with ..1lLe~,' l"n )Ii) III

II I' ia'*kjlie~.".* ul

011011 t Con lit yp 0 iloin, tuhe 'ear 18,36
Uiii i ug of 1gooti old(. Qtta ker stock,
hilliselfI. ht'Iilig a ruieinber (if the
Pricen i-a lt li WIi whrblie wIV its. litI.
-Xt the age of' twenty-five, vent's, hie
iioveol to C arl1inville, 111s., whIiere lie
inarried IhiA is rst wife, anid 'was eni-
;nelin bositjiess for some teflhe. H~e
aftor watls mouvedl to Keok iik comliity,
lowa, where' h i-elved and did husi iiess
tijijil fiecattleto J. n1~ imiJa.
Iai'y, 1888, conidutieing h'iprosj~erwiiu
)tlhinesI ii i).,o %thetlim3te of hik tde-

Mr, Brackin was a highly esteem-
ptl and1 V'41ua1.lii Citizen; a,'qniet. 11 i-
issumilig -a~ld Cooutei~us gentfeniati
lie mie mauny- fl-ieudshipR which enl-
,lured to the- last. 8 t. kndrew loses
'on, 01ofit"..best nmud ablest (ltizeils,
61vI ho s-e .mlefory 'is 6enshrinied J~iii o01r

'P'ee funeral services. vwere coei-d ct-
edI by 1Rev. Br'aswell Oil Thui'isdity'-
last anid t1e4 remains were laid to iee"t
ill the' St. iktdrew cepietery.
His-widaw aiid suriiviuiig son have
the Siuncet e synij 'athly-of the whlr~e
corn t~llulli i ll*iiithiis 10111' of th ei'r h),-

Bri iierMatI ewsina lectiure on- the
dri lila tohd Of all ii 14w'let show iiin tho
inn1r vivr-'s'owq'e f ui ink of WViliia n
Cl ~j l M~ eend .Accord linp to "Mr.
\la: I~ I' gt IlEOstol'y fy'omn it old
.11:11 ho s' -~: ~''eyfirl-bNck in
hoe I*'ii.m~ci
he~~1 1vxX i to I ('1\.P,'reploi'eset in i
sea iidVS lkept in miottion',b)y ti~e
wja~ii~ bncithof men llwith.ha Iff bent
Tke c.- '~ llh 1111,al Le4ri-Nyoweil to
[,.nea lv i"11of MuC11Use. NAWhem
\ta'L,"1' c (iitO" 1-C> The imost imp ,I i;
ioadpornt (K411"S 11-0-1 OZ 'li.'nu10 tle
WMaVi ves I cr0inis hJwrandg -higil lf( irh'
thie-aud-eiencewnq n:ttoialnueidto s~ee a
.ved liea'3 [)OfU) [I ') Ol'ouA the crest of s
Viv. 'Ile Actor saw ~ to(), t)d [ford
Iijrlt lit lelkdas ~,h4"er
filit.'d t it a8 ;It13was rily 'a 'r
in nt. Fzaking'bla voicA 4le sh;uted:
Nw~tn- o vrboardV'
And.- this made' the.Oeeple, cheer anil
1)ralse Macready all the muorp.

%l'or County Judge.
I hereby announce myself as a carxli
date for re-election to 'the office o
County Judge of Washington County
subject to the action of the coming dem
ocratic uiiriraries, and respectfully re
quest the support of the voters threat
and if elected promise thte faithfurdis
charge of my duties as such officer.

-For State 84iator.
To the Democrats of Washingtou and
Calhoun Counties;
1 am a candidate for State Seinato:
from the Twenty-fifth District, subject
to the action of the Democratic Prima
r )o be held May 10th, 1904, and res
pectfully solicit your support. ,
If I am chosen as your representative
in the State Senate, I promise faitlifu
and diligent service, ard to carefully
guard thle interests of the people of th
Twenty-tifth District. -. '
.- Thanking you in advance for the "up
port you may be pleased to give and as
suriie you that the same will be app 'e
elated, I am, Very respectfnllv

ag1 l fthI, if I.t dlll t, ol ofM ;. llI'y -
iil'N L'll .l ilI \t ;la .0ilU ted, altli ii lit'
wP i icln tl ,I tu .1,1lV.0- ti 1 l| li `v <>l
Itl e par ly, dpl receive, i til ble n a Cin lt iin

butt w ei h .te votes are cuntcd l Ie.
wi l l I not be folli ld to be l C \\ iepolde'
1Nh Ip ,icil i.b viei r iy eehatet'd w ill
oaci tii eli tla ale ti.-k til th a like a nii.olc

Il\ ni,,u will >.-,.,l ii,', !l.,vwry oratory;
h, ,ll xt<*I. n il ii I\ 1 _l l ,i ,\ 1. \ itli ini-

will, perliaps, receive tihe ntmiiinatioui;
bilt when the votes are counted lie.
will no,t .be fonnd to be the. people'

N,,li;,"is hereby given that.'wo will
boat th,- l.l-f.+. on thi dates name" le-
low for the, purpose of cocl4,cting Itei
taxes for .1!1.':l and as;essing for the tax
of 1904. "
,P.i k,. ,.Ia ,.l'h .... "
Notice is hereby given .that i,ids will
be received at' the regular meeting" of
this Board in Jni.e for the lItting of
contract to build a steel or woodoun
bridge across the main rin of Holines
Creek at Vernon, and the building of
wood approaches. according to plans and
specifications oa file in the office of the
Clerk of this Boiu'd.-
Attest, T. W. CRAVEY, Ch'n.
W. C. LOCKEY, Clerk.
Well Agaig.
The many friends of J.lo i. '; %nit ,illI
,be pleased to 4carn that-he lhas entirely
recover re1d Iro i nis attack of rheiinu arisn
.Chambierlain's Pa:n Balm cured him after.
tho- best doctors. in the tpwou (Motion,
Ind.) had failed to give relief. The.pronimt
relief f 1in pasin which this Iliilnent af
fouds is itlone worlh many liimes its cost.
For sale byv L. Ml. Ware, St..Aiidrew iidl
lav'head and -all medicinee dealers.

Official Book BurningS.
The last authorized book burning In
Great Britain was In 1779, when "The
Commercial Restraint of Ireland Con-i
sidered," by the Hon. Hoey IIutchinson,
was given to.the flames. i
The -war i-r in-i t books began under
I iin v VIIL, when books were burned
by both religious parties., All copies of.
Tyndale's Bible that could be bought 1p
were publicly burned t St. Paul's on
Shru'ove Tuesday, 1527,.and a general de-
I structio'n by fire' of'/n'.uf'ie(Osed books
w as ordered three yedrA later by .hbe
kin i 1cU 85 the star chniltber claimed
* the power of. licensing and .<.',
Sooks, nn,'1 Its sci-uttly was as rigor--
otiS as ftit of til i' ir:i I,..n
i- In 1 11 7 I,?-. Cn'vli's "Law D '.-tii.n-
Or' I','iih ft'', roi' ts ;i f iiAD orf, line
* rifht-1i fv.-, of- JTaonis I.. and "The
lIn'< I'.k ,f Sports" met with a sirm-
Silar fate at the hands of -the Puritans
1in10GC :I "'" "
About a ."i"r' later De Foe's "Short:
est Wany With theo 'Dissenters" wvs
burned by parliament, and hit 1703
'Wilke's "*N -rth Briton" was subject to
hie s:ae wanton intolerance, which in
aome cases defeated its own object.
f Sag,~.



5421-2 Congres St.
POR'I.NDu MAI.-B, Oct. 17, 1902.
I consider Wine of Cardui superior
to an.m doctor's medicine I ever used
and I know whereof I speak. I sut-
fered for nina months with suppressed -
-manstruation w.h:ch compl-tely pros-
tratid nme. Pains .would a oot through
m back an ad nd I wouldd have
blinding heada.heos. My limbs would
swell up and I would foel so weak I
could not stand up. I naturally felt
discouraged fo7 I seemed to be beyond
the help of physiciaun, but WVine of
Cardui came as a God-send to me. I
felt a change for the better within a
'week. Af-er nineteen days treatment
I menstrafed without m'uffermng the
agoniesaI usually did and soon became
regular and without pain. Wine of
Cardui is simply wonderful and I wish
that all afnfering womea knew of its
good' qualities. .

Treasurer,Portland Economic League
^ II

Th. The farming and laboring
men his first conSideration.
eral School POLICY. The Pri-
mary. The Railroad Commis-
sion. Hard Roads. Econom-
ical Administration. Payment
of the State Debts, regulation
of Criminal ,oporations and



i 1; i f t iS is t, Si' t< 0 0'
,g-, U ... if'.j l i; l m ejeitr. N oW see
vi :t t; lus ': ve:)uI, of that country
ma k of this fruit. The shell is so haril
llhat all sorts of big and little dshbs
and drl-ikiRg qtups can-be carved out ef
It. Even pots and kettles are inlade and
used over the fire. but of course they
cannot last as long as our iron ones.

Your Liver
Is it acting well? Bowels
regular? Digestion good? If
not,. rerAiltclr 'Ayer's Pills.
The kirrn you have known all
your life. J. C.AyerCo., well, Mass.

'Want your moustache or beard
a beautiful brown or rich black? Use

Geo. S. Hacker & Son,


'+ t ,Periodical headaches tell of fe-
F.or Tax Collector. g male woaknesq. Wine of Cardini MA N.UFACT'IU 1'ERS
I hereby announce myself a candidate -cur' <' .Cr''"man-1ntly iiinnt te.-n cut of T
for Tax Collector of Washington Coun- every twe"t.- a-irs of irrfgl tr
ty to succeed-myself. I appreciate the inensps, l.aring il,'wi pains or
supp'or, of my friends in the past and anly t-inale wakne s. If on r," lJ i r U) I
hope to receive theo ,ayne in the coming di.n. ;i.u I and d:itLr hare p
campaign. Re, p e'ctfully, tailed,. that is tit, ;t ra*',:u in in
J. R.THOMPSON. tL,e w.rld ,iu shoU.:l. tr.n.- \Vin.f A,
-. + '" (., ,dlr-i i noiw i [,,., l.,'r that ._
For Treasurer. U-a. i.he -t i -> l. ti '
1,114'.,nr a ',. ua bAt,!e uf \\ aeiu A4- i
succeed rnself a- Treasurer of Wash- ,4 s-
igton County, subject' to lie. action of -' j
the Democratic Primary to be held
May 10, 1Wl4 Tlankiug nll my friends I.,a c ,. V -.'
for ptst favort-aud skilicting aenootinu- I?.... .
alice of same, I am V.-,'y respectfully, .. .-.
For Sherill. N D
At the solicit tiiou of my friends, I A N .rD '-. N
annoiuee my eif a candidate for the of- M- -,uildinJ material.
fiee of Sheriff of Washington County, --
subject to the action of the Democ,atmit. L. -.. -. -. tiow and Falcy Glass a
Primia-y .to be held May 10, I1t4. and if :---- Specialty.
nominated and elected. I shall dis- A '?aughlty-el L:xpe;lS ATI -. T T FULL Y
charge the duties, of fhe .office with ct-r- to e ou d a E1MA S CtEE L F U L L Y
credit to myself and to the best interest .... o e a \
of the people. Thanking you in ad- ,qun 1 ii" t yourm' iuoOe laT 41 -i-:'.
vance for'your support, 4 am n.Yon F n-'ow r-Yos. ii 1rl. Ieb ,.n.
Yours very truly, der Wlllie. wi3rt-+.nt li;3iht l). term a
W' B.GAIlER. "bhre I..41 1-." was (',ciuht by a spau
For Tax Assessor. ing br(ze lt'i'1,'wnI' uld Cott
I hereby announce myself ,a candi- l Pitml's Grievance. E5
date for the office of Tax Assessor, for Mothi top asking
-Washington County, subject to the father so mainly questions. Don't yoi
action of the oinnig Democratic Pri- e i ov inr? Rpm D a11 EE
mary. I most respbctfvlly solicit the se i nnLOV-* hi? ALL
support of the Democratic voters of the Tou Wh, mother, its not NEEDS
county. Very respectfully, questions that intake himn anizgry. ft'' Experience has established It as
W. I. SINGLETARY. because he canit answer' them.-PIunch. a afct.. old by ,1ll '.. r- You
: ."* sow-thov rrow. r Stl4 ciFd
For Clerk ot the Circnit Court VAN. ED- TRuSTWOnri LIA:Y oR G E(NT '- : : "
'.1heireby announce myself a candi- lemnan to manage bu niiessin this Counivy '. t F ER Y .' C".
aat6 for the nomina'tiun of Clerk of the and adjoining territory for house tf' solid -D&TR IT, MI.H.
Circuit Court, subject to the action of fiuaniciil standing. $2.0 00 straight cashli
the DpnIioeaHtic Primary, and. respect- salary and expenits pai-. each iodll:iv ,
fully :oli,-it the support of the voter-sof direct iroin headquatters. Expen-e no"n-
Washington Countvy.- eLv .ivranced: pos;tiou permanent. A B- AN NE R SA L VE
W C, LOCKEY. dress Manager, 605 Monon3Bldg., Ciaicago, the most heain- salve in the world.

[M [.4;, .

h e~ tit i 11 IS z-ia t k iti 1:. u I' re m. t t Il L Ctinv lt (Iol

yTzM H

f EA E O _
I' Ts i y, 1) 11).
'~''m '-da.4;t00 p.,in. st Ai'
'1'h uisday',"9.t0 a. mn. -- -Awo~ua
V lX, C.t00p i,
'1hllwdav, '3:W0 P,. II

I oa eol alb 'I midi cix anldMlvUh.--.ti
.St,.iA nd'( in told Miallvilole tio At 1 al-et'ico', st
Vel i :tooija to -Mobile*, $2.50. - -

,"tldayi 8;(!( "i. m
esday, 10:00 a.. in
d .y, fi;0(l a, i.
i \.'12:0 ni nlnlii.
y v..i a. n .

Wday 1 : I

me above rate, inclumte iw al.s- atd.Lerths. I W. G BARTFlOW'.
. .. C ptain

Gcne r a 1 M e r c ha ndi s e!

cooking and.4 i ig Sov s.

eing a iRned 1 Nee es! V *

Pumps, FurIiture. Etc


Burial Gaskets, RhMbe,, Suits. Et


Aaf IvT m OVAL
Th ...... T a ig Po t

Slces'CCSor to V.i Brock,.

apl and F. a y Groceries

11. dy-dM.de tIe, -1hk i in a Shoes, Notions
ad Hartare' ;

We Pay theFreight on' all Goods except Flour. M l'aP
and Feed to any PostuiTice on the Bay.
__2 ...& -. 7,.. ....... 2. ,_;_: + : +

+ ,J


VI a,

S '" i .' D E 'A IL E i. + "

li ," -S,1 1iats, -06S H,.'oaJ' i N Faiut, Oils, ,,qualt,:

GRCCERIES 'and Fiaseiman's Supplies.


-JOHNw /
"+ >*


"' | ir'' i |" l i /i' ''' . 'u '


Dry, G-odS, Staple and Fancy Groceries

,'otiot Provisiors ard Feed 'tuffs. ,

C E. A K &_ J .
r. o:r r.it"alt cn -Le ..v w Srt.

- 7 -' *

-il mIy C a sI ly Hardw ?rC'sIlIar.t

Notons, Paints nd Ols, Nets and Twines, Salt,

.Giothig, Gents' and Ladies Furnishings.




fiade n Ir'of Ay Postoffice Gladly Sent
th+e .Ba. 0 A.ication!
C- r

lB -JULoading We are
."n-, 0, 0 PaintS,.and 0'ls, Nets a' d Twines' Salt,

Tri lis v $5.50 id Yal



drew Gulf




ce o a.



The People's Candidate- for


A Soldier Under General R. E.
Lee from First to Last iDay,

Carries four "'Yankee" bul-
lets as a gentle reminder of
that great bloody struggle.



And *',sO I -'



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* A ,--~- N D "E I K 0 !, --,


'~'hur3darch ~in'L~I21., 1901.


o We l'e. X. -0

A1-1 lick~e1 '~
'1nininirl it 1)ahs 31~
krai c main 10
Ln)Ii A (CNO ,wpog

V y. pnI ttedi ..... .5
k 1)in11 n1V's ~ -'iC

d11 .l r'n l.....5

Olenreese 'r lb .1-7)
1,ard---------- S"-) k
tiealm.4 -.-..-.-..-.--.-.a
crcoa 10r t pli 1, - I1 0,
j iell J V, 'e
14Yf' it idii 1


t3 lie S o ........5
11 Gunrpowdev' -., 41)
13mcol'ld ,1ap.4--f6(0
CoImnrdmrilk PgCalri
*Unma'weet 11'a. 10
Swecetened . .-. 10
I~aint P 0 VidlCrV

Koyal ....... 50
Cairiplcll ...n. 10
Ccuiri'd truit
l'e;>chitc . .. 10a.0
Toi i a ei . i 0

A pples .. .... !)
e'cars .- . .... .I
S 'l icins ....... 10
A W ri e et. ... 1 -.0
Stlawi erries. '0
l'im.eiappc . 10-.-'24
.uarncel Meat's
lloa.l ee-f' ..' .! 5
COrncd iu l'... 15
Ciiipped BefiliN-25)
I,ohister ... . 20
S" almion .... .. 15
t planned Vegetallce
Biked Beains-. iQ
Curn. u . .. 101@ 15
or P na ...... .. I 0

I'unrpkl in ... ", I

w. e tico~-- i l n Sides 12
.5 I'ltOV ISION f.

,m'" r ,e I ,; 2 ..- rh, ) .. 8 10

Irish .. -. i C0 rt .
Early v-ht',e .Sin 1. 60' Co erne ... i
S w e e t . . 0 Tt)i b "' l . S. .
,i t, p r I c k ' : .0 0 i ) r i e d . . . . .
T'b 1le ....... 5 M ilk pr qt....... 1
i1 AltD WARE.' -
Nail,. ner Iti,211i Ax,with handle. 75
(aiv ir ie d( .6.61 Hoes, ea ht ... 35a 50
Slaniul uope ... 920pper paMU C lr 50
CioveSg ook,..$Sa-25 Linseed o ilgil.'.,
"'ipe, per joint 18,
t' iilit )e' yd-. a C ecks ..: ...5
'himeeii, r -. ... Sa.i Flanrnel-" ...... 'n40t
Iuli n ..... 9aIt Thread per' SpioI l, 5
larns....."15a45 S .oes,1 ladies' $;a2 75
K a .ir a, ';'m P-pat ;2.25 Men's.. .$1 Iia3t00
H t- wkt .75M o.u5 Octs pr bu l.. i 60
1 ura ......... 2 Brick pr M1...... 1 .00
owpe Sisal .,.. .7@9 Limic pr h>l..... 7,5
tFRKU IT "-nd N Ut's.
.an gou s pr do7 .. 25 i'ecanspr Ih..... 15
Ap d s i20 \\'.'I .l- - -'-0

- n 1 11V l; I- i 'i I 1 t.
dOl' l ,. h i io Co .s.... 1 in $2

Mules. .. 0a lthi ro0 .0... $3 t.g $
qxen. pi yoke $30 Sheep ...........
t;'nicU el' i n' a;in'h ,> Gou'sce c huIn. <5'i iStl
Iirkey . i al .4i4 l)unk0. . . 21)a0'5 t

SFei Seialt
Mullet pr doz. 5c Mullet r bhll -1.5(
Trout ...... d.. 25 11' t ...... 4500)
Ionipal o pr Ill, . 6i 'oinpain o. : ,, 10 011
S ieinI ... ... 10 Mackerel .... 8.AM
ltI M li ElR.

-t d~u-l ar ") .r- r .0

Fac. t, .. 12.-00
Sap i 10,04l
l)rn(>in sidirlg,
ifiart lace min 14.001
S.o 10.00
Bn luiiuiher. ,, r ( l
near I tsii 1geni04 -2.501
8.p '1.50

() ilin g.
lleai 1 l, i ...14 .00(
Face .. 12.00
Sap .. 10.110
Clap1)ioIt rd s,
i, x1 iiin. iu ..-i2ill.00
[in tiiling lain-
lier, d. $12@ 1 5.100
I, dth, f in .... .00.
lonlt luimuler,
dressed .... $20

IHows 'lhis
We offer One Hund(ed Dollars Reward
for any case of Catar'ih that cannot t 4A
ci-red by Hall's Catafth Cure.
F. J. CIEN.EY & CO.- P'royps, Toledo,O.
We the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
niin perfectly honioralie ill all businiees
transactions anid finmatnci;ally aliJe to carry,
out any obligations made by their firii.
West & Trau x, Wholesale D uggists,
-T1'oledo, O.
Walding, Kiunan & Marvin,
WV wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
IHall's Catarrh Gu r c- n internally
cmlh i ji in g Ii i tlio l d atfl. t. u-
cous surfaces of the system. Price, 75c
per bottle. Sold by all druggists,
Hall's Fanuilvy ills :are the best.

"'V .T x ': voi s;iN! c'all hi ii 'fin (1

"\ lihat's the i:mittir \v'ith ti t'"'
''"!\'y'. Sn-n' tlhat uire:ans literally thL
'cmd of tile v'mn',r' girl' it was only
nRusi'd iii sp;k;,:ng of girls toward the.
closc ;f It} iOt si I c'inItury'."
"\'ell. th:t'"s wiln she was a girl."-
I'hil::delpliii edi.(rg 'r'.

(,in' .t Sc' h'im e.,
"Ilave you (I '('it d yet upon a name-
fdr t(hat n (o\ st1buI'b of yours?"
"Yes. I Rui[ going to call it Lookout."
"I can't s0et anything striking or orig-
inal ab lout that."
"You cnin't. Think how everybody in
the train will. run to the windows when
the brakem-in (-alls out the name of the
station."-ChIicago Tribune.

Horse Sanme as Man.
"One of man's best friends Is the
"Yes," responded the man with the
race track habit. "But did you ever
notice what a terrible faculty your best
friends have of disappointing you In
an emergency?"- Washington Star.

Almost a Love Match.
Ethel-What aowlry did the Prince de
SRataplan receive from Gwend'olyn's fa-
.Tean-Not miore than S,,mu ,''1, 1 ','--). You
Ree:,'it w'ais nnlost a l've mtch.--New
Orleans Timns n)tPnci';Rit.

Where the Work Came in.
D'Auber-I only got $25 for that
Friend-Well, you didn't.put much
work on it.
D'Auber-What! I guess you never
saw me trying to sell it.-Philadelphia

long about him and then calling that
she decided on leaving him her for.
tune. That shows how wise" it is not
to answer Iclttrs." added Lord Row
ton.-Loidoni Truth.

Pictur-'esque Dutch nont'.
Along. the quay in the busy harbor
of IRotterd'am the quaint IDutch boats
are crowded, creaking rhythmically
with the rise aiid fall of the water.
side by side. siern to rudder post, jos-
tling one another In a great confusion
of picturesque lines and gay carvings.
At all the little cabin windows are'
clean lace curtains. and on the deck,
brass, and- copper pots are drying in
the sun. Hangiig from spars and ropes
the family wash flulters. its many
hues against the windy sky. Chubby,
red cheeked children climb in anrd out
of the cabin doors or press their round
noses against the tiny ivindow paInes.
Thie women gossip in the sun or-clat-
ter around in pursuit of their household
duties, while -lie men lounge about,
their hands in tire pockets of their bag-
gy breeches, and through clouds of to-
bncco smoke survey this scene of no-
nadic housekeeping with phlegmatic
content.-Edward Penfield in Scrib-
ner s.

Him Jubilee.
Jackson-Your neighbor appears 4o,
have failed a good many times.
Wilosn-Just twenty-four times. Tbe
pext one will be his silver bank-

your linen it is
evidence of kid-
ney trouble; too
frequent desire to
pass it or pain ir-
"-- ''"" --" the back is also
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad-
der are out of order.
What to Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swanip-
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability
to hold water and scalding pain in passing
it, or bad effects following use of liquor,
'vine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of- being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many times
during the night. The mild and the extra-
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon
iealizcd. It stands the highest for its won-
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
!f you need a medicine you should have the
beat. Sold by druggists in 50c. and'$. sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of this
wonderful discovery
and a book that tells g
.nore about it, both sent glii
tbzolutely free by mail,
iddrcss Dr. Kilmer & Home ot Swamp-Root.
Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men-
tion reading this generous offer in this paper..
Don't makt any mistake,but remem-
ber the name, Swamp Root, Dr. Kil-
mer's Swamp Root, and the address,
Binghamton, N. Y. on every bottle


Ei Working Overtime. Barber and Hair Dress-
-Fight hour laws are ignored by those
tireless little w'orkers-Dr. King's New ing Parlor,
LA:e Pills. Millions are always at work, Commerce Ave. East of Buoy
night and day, curing indigestion, bill- Officel
ousness constipation, sick headacheEveryi new neat a
and all stomach, liver and bowel troub- I Eve ytin w, neat and
les. Easy,\pleasant, safe, sure' Only clean and patrons given the most
25cat A. it\Brake s. courteous and careful attention.

Witty Repmoinue of a Lecturer.
A professor Who acted as chairman
of a meeting at which Mal' O'(Iell was
to lecture introiuce-di t!,e Frenchman
in the folk-xwin iii. ir:
S"La,;i-- :an; '; i, when v.'
\i'-, to -ee o.isel' as Individu .i,
we have recourse to the mirror. This'
we cannot do.'as a nation. I tkal
pleasure in introducing a gentleman
who will act as a French mirror, by
meanin of which you will, I am sure.
obtain an adequate and pleasing view
of yo.ursles ais as nation."
The Introdcltion pleased O'Hell. and
he r.espo dti'Il itl a; \Ie n! iovril: "I
;>I ll e iji :t. i..:lJ i i ;'* ,.';;'' . () I ,k iil !,;0 ; .
lo'veve'r, 1 l1l n-t ike' s~e r pI li t
(he ln ill i ll :' i *I; ''':-' io r;. *I(
n the e-rih. As ; n i ..)iortid l'r. n;w
mirrorr I s lh : (d to t!tLJ)wz- i c<:o to ; '
yoU :1 CO ; f p ('.! ( Rc'' ir t, ll:l :.011
.A m.l il" yOni' (*: f:i,;m];1! I ',l!,1;i -" \vl- V '*
ihe i-s. in the .!' l. ki!;rat lllu. he w ;ll il.
.4;Vit!y. ti tt' r'l 'alve ip w "r oit" tin
(I)'l-igil of i,' t'e I nMUn ":i U'('.
"I (oli'nt h:v', to hoaN r ny. life -s1ir
e.d.-" S l the !I!'i aii,'sS l i;ili t lo t iNgtll
'"'1lt 1 ildo w;;i t to know how life ilsanr
1ic or!ig ; l(. Cain vm on tell lIII '" 1
i;im." the a Ilgentl ; -ver'd. "l o- 'ig'iiit
l in 17(:i0 in l -n on In that yoeal
(ilh re w\as f'orield lie lirst life in:sirn
:nc co:' p:i- ny it w:I s e:! l'i the Ami
-'aile So')im'ty' For ;I i'orrpetn:nI As,-mii[aii'
)li(e'. It. w "'; a i" n In lpiel!t' acon
i'lorn rI'At'! i)w'ln lim'[r. w thoiut rNf! 'lhio
io ngo'. p.aidi fix d',I a;i(lis.si)on fee an '
at f t' ;I !an al cl r',i r' e per sh:1 R: on flroi
one to tlirhi' sh'arts, iand at the end oe
the yarir a portion of' lie fund accti
iiulanti'd was d(vi-.l nnon;g Ithe heirs
af t l e io-; who lad di, in !c(l:
>vi!!i tlnii' lri;0iilu.! of shlr'es eo li ;dend
person l, o l h io tl. ()On ot (f cor.parnly
with i-s cr d i' iil ; lInpl;'rif'-t ni thel ds.
if in,- r:irn.e w.4s it exiIs l.d:;y hias
:Tow n tli'i ih deli' 1:;: lt'c<;Ml.
O 1v1, s,:: d:alrri.
*(jn' of ti' trao'.-;. sti illnu trations ol
f ''ir i i ri.'a 'i.
A r .-h it'hu'i.6ln bunker becanie re-
iij 1i tlhiiolig, 1111; ln 'ky in v stinents to
ihe SI! of iu.(V ) fra ':l.f s. ThI:it aiulount
:;ils lpi'.rl;Y to) lin. ;Itnd, ov(,Ierwhelied
>y his hl-.s iaind the Ihl;oelessness of thel
il u iion t coi'- nnittcd suiclde.
T"li' 1.0;. ;) friafr ics then, -fell to his
bi'otlwit. who had b't'en for.years a pau-
per, estrn'algid from his' family. But
to hlimr use( .3 suml represented Incred-
lil` riches, aind his reason was over-
thrown. In a moment of delirium he
jumped into the Seine and was drown-
For Sale or Lease.
We have a Blackgmith Shop and
Tools; also Marine Ways 'o' Sale ot
Lease A 'Bargain' if taken at once.
(Cape"for sling--Cannot attend .to
them and our M;ercantile Business.
Parker. Fla -

Tragedy Averted.
'Just in the nick of" time our little
boy was saved," writes Mrs. W. Wat-
kins of Pleasant City, Ohio. "Pneumb-
nia had played sad havoc ivith him ahd
a terrible cough set in besides. Doctors
treated him but he grew worse every
day. Atlength we tried Er. King's
New Discovery for Consumption and our
darling was saved. He's. now sound and
well." Everybody ougbt to know, it's'
the only sure cure for coughs, colds and
all lung diseases. Guaranteed by A.H.
Brake. Price 50c and $1. Trial bottles
.'ii r "' (1:)i\i'isaion with ilhe writer the
; !.lo:d -,iwton, to ili te following
-ny: ';'!ne i liotda tui -itid, nipo)n Mrs.
-;.y:;'s ,\Vilir:iius. the !;hly who left
c'r -l,)',l! i to l .'ord i',aco unsield and
i,)'. t '.x-l;oin wIHe-e hal d jn.st been a con-
r',',''sy in the London newspapers.
"'i)zy told nie the'story of that epl-
Ae. fiti rce-c-'d -one .mor-ing a let-
t`r flio Mrs. \'illly.ams. whom lie did
iet know, in which she s.ild that she
iHad re;ad his novels with innmuch inter-,
'st. and would like to make his ac-
q'iut iita ice. Shl:e also asked a question
which rcodcred it necessary for him to
a;iswer the letter. Unfortunately the
letter was left in Iris greatcoat pocket,
aifd Dizzy did not wear the coat until
several months after, when he hap-
pened to be in the south of England
and in the very town in which Mrs.
Willyams lived. Coming across the
letter in such lcircunstances, it oc-
curred to him to call upon her. and
Mrs. ,Vill yams was so flattered at, as
she thought, his carrying the letter so

it in five days. For ulcers, wounds, ed he
piles, it's the best save in te world, slept the whole night through. Two box-
Cure guaranteed. Only 25c. Sold by es of these Tablet have affected a pemna-
A. H. Brake. nent cure and she is nowv well and strong.
-- For sale bv L. M. Ware, St. Andrew and
English Street Namem. Bayhead and all medicine dealers.
The English towns have more dis-
tinctive and interesting names for
their streets than American towns, in LEGAL NOTICES.
most of which many streets are sim -
ply numbered. London's Cheapside Notice.
and Aldwych are more than matched n,, Court of County Judge, state of Flor-
by oddities many times stranger. Poot- ida, II re Estate of William H. Ho-
han is a street in York and Botcher- telen. Washington County.
gate in Carlisle. Norwich is assertive Noticois hereby given, to all whom it
of class distinctions in its Goentleman's may concern, that on the 4th day of Sep-
walk, and Shrewsbhry may stand al- member, A. D. 1904, 1 a*all atply to the
most at the head of a list of peculiarl- Honorable J. I. Welis, Judge of said
ties with its street labeled Docpole Court, as Judge of .Probate, for my final
discharge as Administrator of the estate
which may or may not be related to of Wiea H. Hotelen, ratordeceased; and
Newcastle's Dogleap Stairs; but, then that at the same time I wili present to
Newcastle has Pudding Chare, and saia Court my final accounts as Adminis-
what may that signify? trator of said estate, and ask for their ap-
pr val.
PARKER'S "' Dated February 29th, A. D. 1904.
lmef ^se and beautiies bi Administrator.
Proutoles i luxurianit growth.
Never Fails to Reetore Gray
Itait to its youthful Color.
ecalp diefes&hairfaUin NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Zoe,and$00 at Dgists0P
MLAMBERTT W ARA ER ..' Feb. 15, 1904.
IU'MBERT M, TVARE, JR Notice is hereby given that'the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
L. M. WARE & SON, her intention to make final proof in
support of her claim,aud that said proof
Dealers In and Agents for the vrill be made before clerk of the cir-
Sale of cult court at Vernon, Fla., on Apri!
2, 1904, viz:
~R e lt 1 JULIA A. YOIJNGBLcOOD, one of he
E 4 tL aUt' I heirs for the heirs of Julia A. Lot-
ton, deceased, of Bayhead, .Fla.,
Taxes Paid and Rents Collected Hd 27974 for lots 9, 10, 13 and 14. of
fr o n Re.ntsa dec. 13, tp. 2s, r. 14w.
for Non-Re. dents. she names the following witnesses.to
St. Andrew, Fla. prove her continuous residence upon
e, and cultivation of said land, viz:
SE W. Tompkins. IH. F. Scurlock and
Fonley's foniey and Tar o. C, Tompkins, of Tompkins, Fla. and
r fuFrauk H. Ware of Bayhead, Fla.
for children,safe,sure. No opiates. w, G. ROBINSON, R-gistoe.

St. Andrew Independent School
District Election.
At the St. Andrew Independent
School Dist rict election, held on
Tuesday last, Messrs. (G. W. Snrber
A. H. Brake and P. M. GrillN wer
elected directors. Twenty-nine votes
were cast, as follows:
G.W. Surber .................27
A. H. Brake.....................15
P. M. Grills .....................13
E. P. Maxon.....................10
C. D. Knowles .................. 7
W. W. Willcox................ 3
1. Godard........... ...... 2
l'he vote in fayol: of a three-miill
tax levy was practically unanimous.

Card ol Thaiks.
WVe desire to express our hecartlelt
thanks to t11 who so kindly ass isted
at.the last sad lites of our beloved
husband )ud fatlirir, and to Captain
Barrow of ihe steamer Tarpon, and
his associates, we aie particularly.
grateful loi- their many kindnesses in'
our behalf: Mlts R. M. JBRACKIN.
Willing to Atiist.
There was a Wlorthy Irish member of
parliament who was so generous that
a request for financial assistance was
never refused. But his checks had one
little drawback-they were never hon-
ored. The shortcoming naturally in
time became known, but it did not af-
fect his popularity. A visitor to .the
district, hearing of the member's pecul-
larity, asked a leading politician how
It was that public faith in the member
was not shaken. "Why, sure, it is be-
cause lie shows his willingness to as-
sist but for lack of funds," was tle. re-

From a Society Woman's Diary.
My milliner gave me a shock today.
"When," said she, "does your lady-
ship intend paying me what you owe.
"The ungovernable curiosity of low-
born women! It made me blush for
my sex.
I was not unkind to her. But I
deemed it my duty to chide her, and
when she spoke (rather petulantly, I
thought) of starving I recommended
her to cultivate poise.-Life.

Mine. foland's request.
When Mine. Roland was on the scaf-
fold she asked for pen and paper to
note the peculiar thoughts that hovered
about her on the last journey. If is a
pity they were refused, for In a- tra)n-
quil mind-thoughts rise up at the close
of life hitherto unthinkable, like blesse.l
InwaZd- voices alighting in glory on the
summits of the past.-Goethe.

Letting Him Doviwn Easy.
"I have a very unpleasant duty to
perform," .said the chief. "The man-
agement desires to dispense with your
The office boy heaved a deep sigh of
relief. "Gee!" lie said. "I thought for
a minnlfyouse was goin' to fire me."-
Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.

S Took Hler Part.
"Why, Johnny, I am ashamed, of you.
How could you take little Ethel's half
of the apple away from her?"
"'Cause, ma, I -ain't forgot what you
told me-to always take sister's'part."

A Provident Mind.
Te-1 think I'll go and speak to yoni
father at once. lie can't do more than
kick me out,
She-It seems a pity to risk it, dear.
in that good suit.--iife. -

ieni Work. .
"I've just been reading Gladstone's
life and the work hlie did. Hie gov-
arned the nation, wrote several books,
studied two languages, saw a hundred"
people a day and answered all his mail,
besides sitting, up all night reading
"That's nothing. avnre you ever fol-
lowed a bride around for two weeks
before her wedding?"-Life.
Thousands Have Kidney Truble1
and Don't Know it.
Hrw To Find Out.
Fill abottl4or common glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
Sediment or set-
tling indicates an
S unhealthy condi-
tion of the kid-
neys; if it stains

Frank I. Amcrilaie of Peoria, Ills.,
t who has been visiting with thle Ha --
i1 ilOl o st homeU weeks, lel i- ihr e
" Taltmpon la-st Fridlay or his hollnie.
e M l..alld ir-,. J. i. Uxiiii tc .o '
s have been spending sofie weeks in For hard colds, bronchitis,
Pensacola, iturn to. their hiome asthma, and coughs of all
St kinds, you cannot take any-
here on the Tarpon, this tri,. thing better than Ayer's
Mrs. A. Alexander who has been
visiting Iriei ds inl IO'lusaaoIla tLie pa-tl C h e rry
wet.k, coness huhlOi oi the Tapo I, lro,
,this tri,, Pectoral
Mr. a.dl Mrs. Bro "or ihron 1Maa- Cherry Pectoral. Ask youth
.husctts, frils e ofl Mr. armi Mrs. own doctor if this is not so.
11. Dirummold' whoi havo been xiMit- He uses it. He understands
ing them lor several days, leit oln tie why it soothes and heals.
T'a rpon, last Firiday "I had a terrible cough for weeks. Then I
"r y took Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and only one
,bottlecompletely eired me."
I M. and Mrs. (. O. Chaplmanoiiii MRS. J. B. DANFORTHSt. Joseph, Mich.
SSouth 1lvein, Mich., who have beel Allruggsts. for
i .peiidilig tie wilitr' in olio if, tire
- lrackin cottages in \Vli l iWI, E let ^OUgllSl Io'uS
tor their hoinm last Friday, uon theu
Ta ol You will hasten recovery by tak-
"apoi. Ing one of Ayer's Pills at bedtime.
Mrs. E. S. Suithi of Croulianlit i's
i.itiug Mlrd. L. NM, W are ill A"- .. i, 't i K haa,,e..
t h r "n ; n i iin. s:id Illhe old I'foriner hi.
dlrTw. th*e (hi u i .i i ;,tler t,;i\'iing i tli'ch is"-d i
Mi'. and Mrs. Robinsonl anid tliree .i11' tty o' strychnine to kIill off r:i ts
'i I I a rllin who do)u't like alr;i!,rg',-
Sof ls., h n I git hoine 1 hall say to thi,
nienhds of Mr. and Mrs. A, N. Rock- old wonian:
stead, and who have been occupying "*'artha, h. ire's the sIryclrnine. to
h h kill oil' the rats, aind you \want to 1w
a cottage on Wyoming avenue, be- careful of it.'
longing tto Mmr. RIockstead, for tile "'Where shall I put it?' she will say
Winiern, left on the Tarpon la.st Fri- 'In the, same old plice-riglit along
side the baking' powder. We've bin
day, tor their home. They leave be- keeping' It there for thirty years, and
hind -thlem for a few weeks, their two you've never puit it in the pie crust or
lile g wo re tai wi Mr. biscuit by mistake, but If we hide it
little girls, whio are staying with Mr. away upstairs or down cellar or out'to
anll- Mrs. J. M. WYill.4. the barn one of us will be sartin to
take it for epsom salts before the week
Notice to Tax layes. s out and git a heavenly hustle on
Notice to Tax Vlayes'. us.' "-Detrbit Free Press.
The Tax Books for the revenue year
1903 will be closed promptlyy on the How Did the Turtle Find ilts Wayt
First Monday iu April. 1904. By order The rocks at the west coast of the
of thetMard, this March 7,.1904.' 'isld of 8t. 1dena abonnd with sea
J. W CRAVEY. Ch'n. slaid of St. 1leleni abound with sea
- h turtles, some of heili as heavy as a
1m1an, a1nd an English steanmor once took
READ.IT THR3UGH. aboard several dozen of those sea mnon
-- sters, intending to deliver tihern alive
'Twould Spoil This Story to Tell It in the to a provision dealer in Liveripool.
Headlines. Rlt before. they reached Ennulish wa
To use an eightcenth century phrase. ters one of the wiuri';s wnas iake'n sick
,a and v s lnrug o\'er,'ioir'd a-Il' lur h;iving
this is an "o'er true lale.' Having lhip- been aded ih verboard after of tin
0)been Iranded with till inline of toli
opened in a small Virginia town in the ship. -Next ve:ar the same stniurier
winter of 1902, it is a story very ninuch of cane ;icross "lhe .sRine tortoise on tihl
Ihe present. Up to a sliort. time ago Mrs. coast of St. mlel'ihn., more tlunii 4.0)00
-John E. Harmnion, of Mlelfa Stati n, Va., miles trom thli .point where the lio)m'
had no personal knowledge of the rare sick creature lird been tiung back over-
curative properties' of Chanibeilain's board.
Cough Remedy. "Last January," she A Ne d Admonition.
says, "my haby took a dreadful cold anid O one of ray trips through the souti.
at one time I feared she would have pneu- I sauntered I nto an old dihlpidaited
mnonia, but one of my neighbors told nie cemetery of Virginia anod read many
how this remedy had cured her little boy very peculiar epitaphs upon- tomb
and I begin giving it t, my halbv at. once stoigs. One in particular attracted my
a,-d it soon cured her. I heartily. thank attention, 3whicih-happened to be thiat of
the mnanufrdturers of haierlain's a.savtout.e who rahad belon inclined to be
stout. The grave lwud long since been
C,-ugh Iteniedy for flieing so gre it a cure neglected., a-'d the ins'ription could
within my reach. I cannot recommend it only be read ,ifter brushing raway the
too highly or say too much in its favor. I vines wlhielh lg upon it. Irt my la-
hope ill who read this will try it and lhe bor was reowaled for there on that
convinced as I was." For sale by L. ,M. tomibstone I re d. "Aliza XWite weighed
Ware, St. Andrew and Bi.yhead aud all 300 ponm-ds; open wide the golden
medicine dealers. .gates.' "--Philadelphia Press..
SArmy Firing Positions.
Boiled Without Fire. Standing, kneeling, sitting, anid lying
Every day In London scores of work- down are the four positio.prcescribed
men's .kettles are boiled In lime that fo7 firing by the army regulations.
will afterward be used for its proper The lying position alone Is prescribed
purposes. Just before the breakfast for the 800 and the 1.000 yard ranges,
hour, say, one of the workmen emp- while at all the; other ranges up to
ties a quantity of the dry lime from a 2,000 yards the lying and sitting posl-
sack. In the center of this lime- he tHOns are uted. At ltO and 200 yards
makes a hole, and into it water Is the sitting and standing positions are
poured. Then hlie puts his kettles into prescribed. Wherever the. sitting post-
the water, and in a few minutes the tion is prescribed the kneeling may be
kettles boll. In thousands of cases a substituted, but for the majority of
fire is thus spared, persons the sitting is by far the better
position of thIe two.
Strange Happenings.
SA Michigan, woman was scanning Just Like a Goose.
over-the marriage columns of a news- "I say, do you belIeve that story of
paper and remarked to her husband, th goose laying a golden egg?"
"Here's a strange coincidende-a Wil- "Well, it would be just like a goose
liam Strange married to a Martha to do such a foolish thing."--Chums.
Strange." Wakeful Childrn.
"Strange Indeed," replied her hus- Wakeful Children.
bandl, "but I expect the next news will For a long limie lthe two year old child
be a little stranger."-Lyre. of Mr. P. L. Mc Pherson, 5' N, Te th st.,
SHarrisbur, Pa., would sleep but two or
It Saved His Leg. three h-urs in. the early part.of the night,
P. A. Danforth of -LaGrange, Ga., which made it very hard for her parents.
suffered for six months with a frightful Her mother concluded that the child ha
running sore on his leg; but writes that stomach tuouhle, and gave her half of one
Bucklen's Araica Salve wholly cutired of Chamberla n's StOmlich and iver .'Tab-




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(C')ttoUid ale
l arianuna
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Old Clothee Ornaments.
The rich are not unthrifty. That
probably explain why they are rioh.
You have pbpn told of the wealthy
wiV'es in o0lr New York Faubourg St.
Germain who after wearing a gown
twicp' or three times at most sell it to
a certain Sixth av num dealer in'sec-
ondhand clothes for about ope-sixth of
its original COst. Women in moderate
circurnar-rnces who know this dealer
keep themselvp In finest regalla at a
re:ornab'ole outlay. Rich men are more
particul:ir and less thrifty, than rich
.women. They despise the "ole clo's"
man and prefer to hand down 'their
cas-t offs to servants to do with as
soemreth ,oned to them., But many a
parlor ornarment In swell houses is
bought with old clothes; many a now
pot or kettle in my lady's kitchen is
the result of barter with the peddlef.r-

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tiling Out B.Ink
If a bill must be sent itr
safest plan Is to roll lt-ttgl
shape of a lamp lighter
th6 fold of the sheet If
raged in that fashift
it is money cannot we
ed by the "feel." A--
at the end will not
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Write for Prices.


EE T b T .X

I Handle no Quack Nostrums,

DRJ 1'KESTER, M. D, Drugewist.


In -Effect April 14, 1901.


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Uualrs ift Gelleal Merculla 0ise ,

W\ e carry at all limes a \'ell fi cleId Stock of Mlc'ichav]i i,, a, t'lied i
thie 't. Andlrs B lay tra e. -
We will Not Be Undersold!


Manufacturers of

Roligh, Dressed aM Diesiom

Yelloi Pi lliib B.

Dealers in General Merchandise,

Dry Goods, Grocer[es, Provisions and Feed.

Tho Allaton Lu er Cofmfi aly,



I0 U G ( i U iM B E 1 .E

Whether Large or Small.

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" Saved Her Life from Pneumonia
"My wife had a severe attack of Pneu-
monia which followed a caseoof IaGrippe
and I believe that FOLEY'S MONEY
,,ANPI TAR saved her life,') writes James
, Coffee, of Raymond, Missouri.

P" .

Good Results In Every Case
Dr. C. J. Bishop, Agnew, Mich., writes:
*"I have used FOLEjY'S HONEY AND
TAR.in three very severe cases of pneu-
monia with good results in every case."


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Cured of Terrible Cough on Lungs
S N. Jackson, of Danville, Ill., writes:
."My. daughter had a severe attack of
La Grippe and a terrible cough on her
lungs. We tried a great many remediess
without relief. She-,tried FOLEY'S
- HONEY AND. !TAR which cured,her.
She has never been troubled with a cough
since."' r ,

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Cured When Very Low With
J. W. Bryan, of Lowder, lll., writes:
"My little boy was, very low with pneu-
monia. Unknown to the doctor we gave
The result was magical and puzzled tihe
doctor, as it immediately stopped the
racking cough and he quickly recovered."

" M G. -' )ST. ST. A N DR E'.V. W11'. H. PARKEt & CO., Piakeri 1. .

VVWP offer for -_sle iL a i -;11 ft il theTAYII L
S outb stile or the UoIrth half (If Lh, INVh.O
rLjghp %t~ tnminalug" THEi GRIP
adjohtklDg N111010i (>'0 SOtte Wotb ill 1W' VY, Af
sold1 In !ee qudf'-r, or half-,ci- lits. t
71W pRiot aed will be aeeorvlinir to '
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sptcibzlrnc.frn4 wif houtiL ehrwe. Ilu t ho
scientific JHmerican,
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Captali AJetxanui-.' Mather of the
steam (coast-r' (;rip was hurry ing along
'Oa st-eel ddockwXard ,to his vess'tl
xwh e I'vWI) .1... .-- Ib;- a youngis,-h
Inai I artly attired hi 'yachting co;-

"('C aln Mather?" the stranger que-
"That's nvw," the sailor retorted gruff-
ly eu.otughl, lvin)g all the dislil'ke of his
r)ass toward the average amnateir sea-

w"You were 'ttillnte-d out to me as mas-
ter of a bohat just leaving for So'uThtamp-
loit. I want to go t here lit one''."
ThIe hint wau ob(lio.l- ,,1ouuh, but
Matlher did not (choost' 6 o follow it up).
'Take thie tra in, then," h replhi(.l. "Pas-
,sgeng !'s ain't iti I;y lil''."
"S6 1 woldl'" -thle yvung Imin ap-
peare" i dhispo i-'d t, b i .-(''. it';l'--"b'it
I huve a lot of heavy baggage here, and
I wish it to accompany me to my yacht,
'u hL,. is lying off CoweC. If you'll take-
It an mine I'll make it well ,worth your
The captain hesitated. The Grip pos--
nessed small accommodation for outsid-
ers, but a job' like this might meau
something in the- shipper's pocket.
"Well,',' he said, surveying the stran-
ger over again, "my ship ain't a liner,
you know, but just a coastin' tramp
covered tills blessed minute with coal
muck that won't come off her till she
Starts washin' herself outside Lundy."
His new acquaintance seemed in no
way dismayed at this d-' 'ription.
"That will be all right, captain," he re-
turuid. "Come in here a minute and
V(t us talk it over."
The place thus Inlicated was an ad-
jacent bar, where over suitable drinks
the yachtsman continued negotiations.
"There are about a' dozen' large wood-
'en cases," he went orn, "with furnish-
ings and my own outfit for a long West
Indian cruise. I should have sent them
on ahead of me but for some stupld d(-
lay, and, new If I Tose sight of them
heaven knows how long I may be kept
waiting for them." ,
"What's your yacht's name?" /de-
mannded Mather..
The stranger tqok out his cardcase.
"You are a bit suspicionss" he said
pleasantly enough, "but we'll have ev-
erything fair and square." He handed
over a card-as he spoke, and on it the
sailor read: "E. V. Rentore, S. Y. Sea-
Swift R. Z. Y. C.'
The first -names were-, unknown to
Mather, but the last fourcryptic let-
ters he was aware represented the title
of one of the most exclusive clubs in'
the lkJ do : .
"Then, sir," he said withL an obvious
change of manner, "if you want me to-
take your things it will have to be ar-

.k)l ...... T'7; ranged quickly. I'll be haultn' out tor-
. 1 sea 4; a" couple of hours. -If .they are
S5n; ot too () heavy and you nave them
Rbo1+ publla. i- alongside within that time I might
Tr Br o rmaragen "
Fir ."My man sha!! have the cases down
F"' wa. the tgie you say-they are act

I he:vy, nr,.d your OV-1,n c'C-ine will easfiy
swing them oni bonrd. And as to terms
-wi 120 suff you?"
The .sailor gi;spi'd. j{" had trot 'ex-
i etced n;i't';y go ru'.IB '
''If Vol' yo'> illIo\V I t pricO of a nlw
hitf 1for nmysef, sir.'' be responded
quickly, "'il call it a deal"
'"Good lHZntore pIrodIted his purse.
"Here's'half -of it now, ind a coup-le fp
. '- for vouirs''lf."
Ti'us p a' gain wa-v sealed.. and
in,~r, ..K i:,.ted ,at his- fortin.i.,
ii;n!e' Lis ,;iy -<'e .n to the- (G rip. 11I
'iuni 1t.' bet'r I. '; o, v,, i a wagon
l1 ; ::o' ., ii'.;o l, i > fc; ; od eiUi S-
:: PC.'.c iy ; n a ; f:i >it" lh' v: '1 (y;) .,
"*i i:i; s t stniL,'" thl;.' u-t gr' m -
,0l- to iuf < *":'i ; b t the
c.'n -:r ' I r v "' : w i:1h it- in a
C':ul I. f':" I don'tt kno)\W. 1s your
hip f i, o ??' '.''
51a' hw'e' su;'v,,..',l hiin s:.orufully.
"'i |';; v'yV i. l, y son." h,-retort-
ed '( ;| <';s I': lly.
The srv!nt s,'.d'.,h,. "I 'ope so,"
hI( r' jlihid w if .b% i!; :! ;!ini. "\I;iywv:y
.y, (I- I ocst s< tIl. i;) !d are k'ipt ri.htt
side )p -the 're roill m;t'kled for thit."'
i'r,'s t ly lv iutore hi s lnself clainb tried
on lhon '(].
"Alh." 't, remitrko'd, suillng in the
ploi;sant way he hald, "I see you have
'iy Oumnilnge. c'aptiain. Are you going
to carry all the cnses on decl4?'r'
"YTo. sit'" a;nswvvrod M.thor. "The
wealth"r is fine, and they'll be safe
The dock gates just then opening, the
.c.ptaiin took his post on the bridge,
while the )a sng.or went below to see
his an*oiionlnod' tion.
Nor did Mat;her set eyes on him
a.mfn until the (Grip had opened'out
-the chlnn'l and in the growing iiusk
the li,:.ht on il'Iatholmne was commienc-
iug to twiikle falr sternn. 'hen he met
tlie skipper as the latter was descend-
ing froi ithe .lil;br; .'.
"< o ;i!'. <';ip.tnin." he said. "I've
taken the lil-wriy (f making myself at
h:o:ne- t Any a;in to overloolF your
cook and have a bit of dinner ready .for

I.n response to this invitation the sail-
or p;isscd below oin encounter. a scone
such as the d(in.vy .saloon of the tramp
had not. s.'en sRwie her long past trial
trip, if tltn. The table was set with
Cry'Itnal on spot e:s lin^'n, sil er and
fow'rs gar'.nished it, and the ngingi
trv:. ,lo- e .sparkled with hot les full
of su'ch wines as the captain had sel-
dom .'-n rlnarcr than across a bar
cna' % f' r,
"'1 told.yoii I'd- mrake- myself comfort-
abe," oirnto re laughed at the other's
,nrn: te"",:'nt. "Th'e hotel people put
sO)P,- of this up for mn, but your cook
did the re.t:, so sit dovn and do him
Justice." "
-"" '.fithl-"r w,';s anflcie'nt of a
philosophbr 'to accept the gifts the
gods tlius sent. He, st down as re-
quested, and if his handling of his
knife and fork left something to be
desired his appreciation of the meal
was none the less patent. Moreover.
his host saw to it that his glass was
frequently reler]nihbed. so that ss the
cheese came on the table tbh skipper&
went under it.
"Perkins," ordered Restore, "get the
steward to-help you to take Captain
M'aEthrr to his room; ho does not seen.
we!!. And-Ah-you might have wrrd
sent to the. bridge I'!! be glad if th'
mate will join me here. IThe night'
t:e. and I -xpect the bo't-wain c.an

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search of scientific knoivwledge, happen-
ed to be present and notod that the
molds to receive the molten nmtal were
not dry. He spoke to the authorities
of the danger, but the metal was run,
and the generation of st'-am in the
damp mold caused an explosion, at-
tended with loss of life. Scha!ch was
subsequently summoned 1o the ord-
nance office, his nbillties tested, and be
was then requested to s *'ct a site for
a new foundry. His choice fell on
Woolwich, where he was superintend-
ent of the arsenal for many years.-
London Chronicle.
A. Vegetarian.
"That man," remarked the great de-
tective, "is undoubtedly a vegetarian
of the mqst pronounced type."
"How do you make that out?" queried
his friend.
"Oh, that's easy," replied -the great
detective. "He has carroty hair, red-
dish cheeks, a turnip nose and a sage

A Wrong Rightad. -
Young WifP (at dinner) -*I didn't tell-
you, Adolphus, I cooked the dinner to
day myself. '
Husband Indeed! "Then in my
thoulghts.I have been doing poor Mary
Ann a great injustice.-Pearson's Week

A Natural sIftake.
The Terror-Do people often thro-
things at you, Mr. Doughby?
Mr. Doughby-No. Tommy. Whby?
The Terror-Well, sis says you're u-,
easy mark.-Princeton Tiger.

TRAVEL for ell establis-'.ed lioute ,n a
few counties. calling on retail iuer'hant-
kn' agents Loeal territory. Salary .20
per week with .expenses additional. ,i0
puraile'io caRh aebh '.-eek. rTonc ,for
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-inm ; h,-, i-a:ini''"

ly toilchi.lJ whilh iti! ;.;'it. ;.ir d'.i: Ia r mian-
Itr '. The UI a ;', \ li,-lt lit (.l icl had
,lhe t;:;mC iitpre's'sit;ln. l-ut 0l .'nv+ hele;ss
h;.t olilcer ,', .. ,." < ,ice,|, a-; hiis so
p Crio; had done, ;i-i' I t", ;I sti
!0uie co .pU)oscd,. The hi:t 1't'f (I il'-.e',
who had join.
qu(iost of tb;he iveor of it. along wish the
:':: W ,,,i s ,; ult.'.nh ou.-l, ove\',;'r')ine.
".iost. WeI. triorIdi.itIry." rei uirCed -Hn.
iorr. "N \'veir !sqwv t,: 'u n l o ":V' u :'-::,t.
I't! v'ilIlt on d J :i.:. I_',rhLinll y !.3 m i: .t
;i,- he 1 't v-t ,d -'s out th iat =-;;' le '
\i'-l :;y fo t 'he nii four\wa;rd aand t',

On dhk tle p..'.'niu'r lit a r;iga .
mo 't:t'dl to t '' li:' "i'' A 'l .1i';1'-d the
b t,.t< .' XVI. wh)o Inb d c 'l1iaF;20 of it.
"i've .t-*y t ;i hot!e t or Ixvo of Imi'd
stiT forward," ho s:w.5i to hm 11 iil':ilily.
"You might .'o. di)vi ;i:i, 'at ','. yo' ur
sh.r'. I';m a il;r ),nt'ill to ;wath her,
if yo' i".l ave Ite lH' colur-."
"'l''!il 'ce kindly, sir," ann w'-orod the
smu'it lain, wlio, liPk<' t1w rest of the crew.
w;s bt!edsinug his stars fotr lihivllng -iv(nl
Ilt' (Grip tihe ca'rryi.ig of stlt-h a boei -
f-.,tor. "K ,ep r4h r ,oi,'wet h)yt we-'.t,
itnl she'll take no harm for the ini'.i.t
I'll be g(. oe."
\\'lh-n the bot.'tswiin's cap had van-
il',,ed down .the ladder IRentore turned
to the hand at the wheel.
"You shouldn't b'e out of this, my
man," he said. "Off you go, and drink
my ha.lth. I can keop her head
le gripped the wheel, and the sailor
saw the c(-ompass card kept steady to
thw course. Then hb, too, disappeared,
an? silence reigned fore and aft along
the decks of the Grip.
This lasted for perhaps half an hour
-then Perkins appeared, upon the
"They're gone under at last!" he said
In tones very different from.any he had
previously used. "Shall I let our lads
"Yes," answered Rentore. "Tell some
of them to see- quickly to the fres-I
_an feel the old tub's speed slackening.
And send a hand here to relieve me."
Perkins descended to where the cases
were ranged and tapped on each. They
opened as he did so, and dim figures
from them darted swiftly to his bid-
ding. The Grip had got a fresh crew.
Next morning, just before daylight, a
small coasting steawner crept into the
anchorage of St. Mary's, Scilly, and
brought up close alongside the palatial
yacht 'Bocctnera, belonging to a multi-
millionaire of American extraction. It
had been lying there for some days
while. Its owner explored, the islands In
accordance with intentions previously
announced, somewhat widely in the
* public prints. -
The Boccanera; was visited by a
boatful of armed men from the new
arrival. The anchor watch on her
deck was overpowered, the remainder
of her crew battened down, and the
millionaire was robbed under threat of
violence of every portable article of
value he had with him, including a
large sum of gold and his wife's Jew-
els, reputedly of fabulous worth.
Word pf this daring robbery reached
the shore, but by that tire the strain-
ger-had utterly vnnisied beyond sight.
During the night following the Grip
reached. Southampton and was berthed
ready to commence discharge next
morning. -Not even the police on duty
noticed that her crew all slipped
ashore one by one during the darkness.
It was the lumpers, coming- down to
commence work on. the cargo, who
found the place deserted. They ex-
plored the forecastle last, and from be-
low it came a muffled knocking.- Rnis-
ing the lhatch leading, into the fore
peak, there emerged from that liter-
ally black -hole a string of discon-
solate figures, Captain Mather bring-
ing up the rear in crestfallen fashion.
"Here," he demanded, rubbing his
eyes, "where in blazes are we?"
"Southampton," in course, he, was told.
"Where's the ship been?'" he added
brokenly. ."I know no more than a
baby. I'd best see the police. If
they'll catch me that-yachtsman Fll
hang him for them myself."
SA sentiment in which the multi-
millionaire fully concurred.

The Origin of Woolwich Arsenal.
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orders that some old French guns, cap-
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should be recast into English guns at
Moorfields. A young Swiss student,
Andrew Schalch. who was traveling in

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A lady in passing up i church aisle
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Mr. PE.:'own's'enemies say that there
I no'.ing .- else in the world lie enjoys.
,o nmuch as filing fault and putting .
theirr p'"orple in the \\',vromg. Wh'n en-
'.::a(1d iii this pleasing occupation. he
loses ail hbld which i;s nonte too ke-'i at other time.
Not lon.g ago he a nd his wife were
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'alled- at half pait 5 in the nitrning to
Rake an e:qr!y train. Mr. Brown yak-
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Thtsoe Denr Girl Friends.
Miss Utihplace-t- bad my pictures
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A pILatieni eie-'rd tue voinst Aullg.
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husioin that his h'ed hald got a twist)
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ing the doctor, he sk.ippled( out of the
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