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: April 20, 1905
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: VID00206
Source Institution: University of Florida
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ST. ANDREW, FA AP. 20, 1905.

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U. S. Senator-Ist district, S. R. Mal-
lory, Pensacola; 2d District, J. P.
'Talinfero, Jacksonville.
Representatives-1st District%, S. M.
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d District,
Prank Clark, Lake City; 3d District,
TW. B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
Land Offi e-Register, W. G. Robin-
son; Receiver, II. S. Chubb, Gaines-
State-Governor, N. B. Broward; Sec-
retary, H. C. Crawford; Treasurer,
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, W.
H. Ellis: C.--it'- .Uer, A. J. Croom;
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion, W. M. Holloway; Commission-
er of Agriculture, B. E. Mcin.
State Senator, S. W. Clark, Blounts-
*Washington County-Representative,
W. A. Bryan, Chipley; County Judge,
J. R. Wells; Clerk of Court, County
Clerk, Recorder of Deeds, W. C.
Lockey; Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Ver-
non; Deputy, C. H. Danford; Tax
Collector, Jno. R. Thompson, St.
Andrew; Treasurer, Louis H. Howell,
Vernon: Tax,,Assessor, Ji. W.Bow,1i.
L/---ubea_1i-,''t ty-.' 6Bperintendent, B.
S'q' Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Collins, Vernon: County Commis-
sioners, B. F. Swindle, Vernon; A.
L. Harrill, Chipley; J. M. Porter,
Econfina; J. H. Wesley, Point Wash-
ington; Elton Singleton, Nixon.
St. Andrews-Justice of the Peace,
.John Sturrock; Notaries. W. A. Em-
mons, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk,
Circuit Court, W. A. Emmons;
School Directors, G. W. Surber, Sr.,
P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis-
tress, Zadie H. Ware.
Niillville-l'ostmaster, Henry Bovis;
Constable, J. H. Daffin,
,'arker---Postmaster and Notary Publi*,
W, H. Parker.
Callaway-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
Saunders-Postmaster, R. Peters.
Allantonn-Postmaster, Andrew Allan.
Andersou-Postmaster, S. W. Ander-
West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
Murfee-Postmaster, James M. Murfee.
(;ay-Postuistress, Mrs. R. Gay.
.1ompkins--Postmaster, Emery Tomp-
ayiead-Postmaster, 0. C. TompkinS.
,,. ,Jostmaster. J. J. Fowler.
u t o--'ostmaistress, Mrs. Dyer.

k.01,, n County Cromanton-Postmas-
ter Frank W. Hoskins.
a1r. oo-Postmaster, W. F. Wood-
The northern mails, via, Anderson,
Gay, Bay Head and Chipley departs
every day except Sunday at 3:00
o'clock a. in., arrives every day ex-
cept Sunday at 7:15 p. m.
East Bay mail for Harrison, Millville,
Cromanton, Parker, Pittsburg, Cook,
Faruidale and Wetappo leaves St.
Andrews every morning except Sun-
day at 5:30 o'clock, arrives, coming
west at 7 o'clock p. m.
Baptist--Circh Wyoming ave. front-
ing Park St. Services at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. mn. Sunday School every Sun'
lay at 10 a. in. Rey. C. L. Joyner,
Methodist Episcopal-Church Wash-
ington ave. and Chestnut st, Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. every 'Sunday.
Rev. J. M. Conway, pastor.
Presbyterian--Church corner Loraine
Ave. and Drake St, Rev. 0. C. Dol-
phy, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. every Sunday, Joln Stur-
rock, Supt.
-Cailr: Church corner Wyoming
Ave. and 'oster St.

* Parker Lodge No. 142

Regular Com'0!nr i-
S ''\ cations oni thl hr" !

'.'. i each moll~ h.
Vsitiig" Brotihers
W. A. EMMoNs, Secretary

Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notary
Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
affidavits, 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
Attorney at Law,
Vernon, Fla.
t.--rv- uii'lic for l 'Statti at large. Of
li,.- it .ltr *n. 'Ori, ie or L. l 'ir. ;,ve-
i ,.... ,'. L : t ; i -t. A li l',,' a i
r. .i J','d ,,und given prompt, at-

; I r-.-g ist, Commerce St.,
Sf >:Jyviev,'. oilers his profes-
*,' , VOi f'vleS [o ile citizens of St.
.;, "t\'d \ :. n: Residence on
J. K ,! ESTER,
l. ,:t i: 'hi 'iall and Accou-
S OiiVe P:oneer Drug Store,

11. PACKER,.
;.:a;' e tfor the State of Flor-
.in at iLarge. Oth.,- at Parker, Fla.
'ourveyanciui and payment of taxes
.', l no-rei-ldents, specialties.
Muscle as a Profession.
Unless a man is rich-he .ought to be
regarded as a criminal if he permits
his sons or daughters to become musi-
cians. In the musical profession there
are a few prizes not of the largest, but
for the largest number of interpreta-
tive artists the life is one of drudgery-
the drudgery of learning, the drudgery
of pushing oneself into notice and
after all the continual drudgery of play-
ing or singing just the music the public
wants. I recommend no one to enter
Such a profession unless he or she loves
music to such a degree that the drudg-
ery is a pleasure.-John F. Runeiman
in Saturday Review.

One Dollar a Year in Advance.

Entered Sept 3. 19(1, at St. Andre",
'Fla., as seconJ class mattLr. inider
Act of Conigr3ss of March 3, 1879.i


Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
month. Position and extraordinary
condition rates subject to special
"Local Drift, "5c pet' line, first inser-
tion; 2ic each subsequent. Display
locals double above rates,
If this paragraph is checked with a
blue pencil it is a reminder that your
subscriptionn has expired and that two
or three extra numbers will be sent
"You that no break nmay oFcur shouLd
,on, -troseeto 'eto w. *

H-n. \\. A. Bih)an,20r i-ied :ntalia veI
liolina \Valiligton county haicd intlu
duced bills in the Florica legislature
relating to the registration of voters,
reg-latiou of elections, and also a bill
to compel attendance on tite public
schools of tie state. Now let him
luormer juimortalize himself by put-
ting inl motion the necessary procoed-
ings to do away with county boards
ot education and tie people of the
state will rise up and proclaim him a
statesman. Progressive states have
long agj discarded this incubus and
in every instance it has proved that
educational interests have been far
better managed by an intelligent su-
peiintendent, selected because of his
qualifications, than by any board
tnat can be selected at random
tiron'ghout a county.

Ei-ihteeiitlih Ainual Meetilla of
the Floriua Horticultaral
soc lty.
Tihe eighteenth annual meeting of
the Floriu.a State Horticultural Soci-
ety will be held in Jacksonville, com-
umencing the evening of the 9th of
May and continuing the 10th, 11th,
and 12th, and it is earnestly hoped
that this iuetting will be the largest
in tile history of tho society. -
'The ,Jacksonville Board of Trade
has extended to the society the use ol
its magnificent auditorium in which
to hold the meetings, znd are making

'vr OF THE -

SushiRne toiCei.
Branch President-Mrs. W. A. Emmons.
- ~ *. .-
Prefdidift G'. ind t-hT( ily a th .
Alden. Headquarters, 96 Fifth Ave-
nue. 'New York.
State Presidenrt-Mrrs. Mary L. Bradt,
319 Church st. Jacksonville, Fla.

"Have you had a kindness shown?
Pass it on;
'Twas not given for you alone,
Pasi it on;
Let it travel down the years,.
Let it wipe another's tears,
Till in heaven the teed appears,
Pass it on."

Motto-Good Cheer.
Colors-Yellow and White
State color-Deep Orange.
Song-"Scatter Sunshine."

Look up. look up, the skies are blue,
The air is pure and sweet,
The summer tree will welcome you,
The grass will wao your feet;
Look up, look up, the tree tops high
Are swaying with the wind,
And all the cloudlets in the sky
With silver sheen are lined.

Look up, look up, oh sinking soul.
And bid your doubts depart;
Look up and let your troubles roll
From off your aching heart.
There's much in all around that's good,
And Nature sweet and fair;
Look up and play the part you should,
And do your honest share.
-Cleveland Plaindealer.

Extracts fi om the International

Stella Jones, Miss Annp Peters, and
others. Mrs. Hodges' doek is next to
Mrs. Atldien ; lthien im the ienrneor
set aside for thie scholai.-.hili woik,
.MisA. Maedonald ohlair$oian, while
**uur Emily" sits a]l dav-ae her or-
dleily table sotaing membw.ship cards.
so Ihat out of the 350.0f0Y"mlembers
each name and address wi l'be withlm

Orin Ward, an invalid, 'ifs in Iis

Oh, call not this a vale of tears--a world
of care and sorrow;
Why half the grief that o'.n- us comes,
from self we always borrow;
The earth is beautiful and good-how
long will we mistake it?
Thefollies lie within ourselves-the
earth is what womiake it.

Did y u. event rtui n evii lor evil
aNid find the gold of victory turn to
dust in your hands? \\h len you hadl
cofiquered and gotten even weae you
happy? When your antagonist was
beaten dowa to the calth, wa.s your
joy unalloyed? Alh, my brother, joy

Sunshine Year Book will be of inter- coUmetlh not by the m ay of anger aidi

est in giving A Peep Behind tihe
Few people, either Sunshiners or
outsiders, realize what sort of work
is done at Sunshine headquarters. I
would take months of daily attend-

preparations to entertain the men- ance to learn all the ramifications oh
beis in theii usual liberal and hos- the work.

pitable manner.
The transportation companies have
made a rate of one tare, plus 25c tor

Chief in ionor and leader in in-
dustry stands our president-general
and'tounder, Mrs. ( ynthia Westover

the round trip, but members must Alden-unlike higlf-salaried officials

have a ceitificate of membership who sit duringl the short business

which is luriiiished by the society, to
suriendel to tlihe ticket agent before

hours in a inxutrios private office-
she is always in the midst of what

the ticket will be issue at the re- would be to most peope "confusion

dnced rate. So it behooves members
to write early for t heir certificates,
whi l can be had by sending $1 to
the secretary, Mr. E. 0. Painter,
Jacksonville, Fla.
Those annual reports of this society

wcrse con fanu 11ded."
Two small offices serve a dozen
people for doing the work of a score,
Desks crowd every corner,. typewrit-
ing machines click from every table;
telephones bells ring, Irom 100 to 700

are alone worth more than the $1 letters a day to be answered, bundles
cl.argsd for membership fees, as they and barrels coming in to he unpacir-
contain thle experience of some of the ed and repacked to send to far dis-
best horticulturists and agriculturists tant corners of the earth. callers ask-

in the state, including valuable pa-
0 -

ing for information or assistance-

persfro soe o ourscintiic en.and all this d'one with an
per fo som of ou scetf e.

The society is doing good-work
and ieeIds the support ot everyone in-
terested in the development of our

ever vary-

force of untrained workers.
Some days dozens of Sunshiners
will be on hand ready to write, ad-

state. Instead of 400 members, it dress or stamp the many letters; at

should have 4,000. You can help it
by sending $1 to E. 0. Painter, sec-
retary, Jacksonville, Fla.

other times only the old, reliable
force will for many days struggle
along uuaided, tr; ing to keep above
ithe flood.

Too Match For the Cook. Mllm. -\iilen's hours begin ironO the
He was a new waiter in a down- moment she'wakens in the morning.
town restaurant, and after he had wait- .
ed on a.man who was seated at one A private stenographer takes dicta-
of the tables the other-noon he went tion while she drinks a cup of coffee,
behind the cold lunch counter to eat and when she arrives at the office
his own dinner. Presently he dropped .
down from his stool and whistled up piles of late mail and dozens of peo-
the tube to the cook on the second pie are waiting for her.
floor. "Where's that pie I ordered?" She is valiantly assisted by onr
he asked. "Hurry it up." The cook's .
reply could not be heard. He was evi. Sninshiner, Mrs. Ediih M. Casey,
dently a suspicious cook, and he pro- known tiie world over as. the a.-i-t
yoked the new waiter. The volley the ant secretary, who tries to see thai
latter fired into the tin funnel sounded
like a bunch of firecrackers going off everyone's letter is answered and
in a barrel. "Iieavens!" he spluttered, each one's need is sar plied..
"Did you think I wanted it for myself' In a corner just beyond bet sits
I haven't been here long, but I've seen
your pies. I haven't been disappointed Mrs. Agnes Schull-Gramm, assistant
Inl ve, and I haven't got any domestic treasurer, with a big book, asall
troubles. When I'm desperate, I'l books and all the paraphernalia of an
take something easier to swallow than
one of your pies. There's a customer assistant trenasrer, who keeps the
here waiting for it. He's no friend of blotter of Sunshine- finances.
mine or I'd switch him off on to crack- To o for the money comes
ers and cheese. You'll know me bet- for te money comes .
ter if I don't get discharged." Thu R. Pettis, expert accountant, and his
pie came down with a rattle, and the books, each nearly aa large as a man,
new waiter resumed his meal.-Provi- comes fr
dence Journal show .where every cent comes from.
dence Journal.
and goes to.
a.,,, ni;gsh. Lovely letters carrying good cheer
very high. PD tent-This bilou and other more substantial gifts are
ver written by issig. DoctorJ.S.GorSo was yoam,
fever. written by Miss J. S. Gorhamin. Mrs.

malice and revenge. It is what )ou
give or endure or sacrifice tht pnots
songs in your hearts, not. wlJit von
tako or demand or seize -liime
Young Idlers of the Time.
Among the modern tcly well to do
there is an army of youug men growing
up in idleness in this country who think
!t beneath their dignity to learn a rade
or follow a profession and who in sinny
Instances form that large class kiown
as genteel idlers. They have beea.pam-
pered and petted by their parents until
they have come to the concluslon that
the world owes them a living without
their having to work for It or gfe an
equivalent in toll. They are In truth a
menace to the peace and welfare bof the
country, and tho-se who encourage them
to it are as reprehensible as they.-
Sioux City Tribune.

CI 0



By A. M. Davies Ogden

Copuriaht, 1904, bu A. M. Davies Odien
0 0
ALs the footman tiirned to comedown
the -ti.ps after leaving the cards lihe
li:d l:-d .Miss INallaory leaned back in
the victoria with a sigh of relief. It
lad been n long, tiresome afternoon,
bit szhe hnd used lier last ard uow,
and, the-.e @people Ieing fortunately
o1t." she wouldd go lihone lanil lorget
her thloulits, for somehow olhnul.l Ih -
masoni had been mu iiich In hltr mhind ite-
ly. Strange that after three yeiirs of
absence the recollection of his clear
dark eyes and clean cut features should
linger thus vividly. And-agiq -Mlss
Mallory sighed.
Why had he gone so suddenly and
sent no word? Looking up to give the
order for home, the girl suddenly be-
came aware of a woman standing but
a few feet away with gaze hungrily
fixed upon herself. As their eyes met
the woman came slowly tforw: rd.
"Will you lend me $5?" she asked ab-
ruptly. The voice was sweet ind well
modulated, as Miss Mallory noted
through her surprise. Nor did the wo-
man's appearance suggest that of a
beggar. The girl hesitated. She had
always been cautioned not to give In
the street. "Indiscriminate giving is
the ruin of many," was her father's
dictum. Yet in this case there wns a
curious, half wild look In the woman's
eyes, as though she were enduring
some strain almost beyond her strength,
and Miss Mallory felt her ymuip:thies
quicken. Roland Humason would give
his money. He never refused to help
a woman even while he laughed at
himself for a credulous simpleton.
Swayed by an unoompreheudedJ im.-
pulse, the girl pulled out a crisp five
dollar bill.
"Take it," she said gently. Into the
tired face opposite leaped a light of
wonder, almost fear; then the tense
lines relaxed.
"Thank you." was the simple re-
sponse, .'eut .[iss Mallory coull feel all

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stood watching with severe disap-
proval, they were gone, while the wo-
man, the slow tears welling into her
tired eyes, turned steadily in the direc-
tion of the nearest ferry.
All thro-igh dinner and into the next
day the woman's face haunted Miss
Mallory with a strange persistency.
She could not feel that she had done
wrong. If ever person looked in need
of help that woman had done so. The
girl was conscious only of a regret for
not having questioned her, tried to
find-out something about her that real
assistance night be rendered. But there
had been an air about the stringer.
suppliant though she was, which for-
bade intrusion upon her personality.
Lying near the winCow in the gather-
ing dusk. Miss Mallory let her faney
wander whither it would, wondering a
little at the odd tangle in her thoughts
which seemed somehow to link this wo-
man to ,Rnh;inti im unason, ind then,
looking up, she saw him coming across
the room to her. For a moment she
stared, incredulous, but his warm
hand clasp was very real.
"The butler told me that I should
find you here," he exclaimed in a glad
voice. "Oh, how good it is to see you
again!" The girl, recovering, drew her
hands away.
"How do you do?" she said, with
chilly civility. The man's expression
"Pardon me," he returned more form-
ally. "The excitement of being here
must have gone to my head." Miss
Mallory's lip curled.
"There can hardly be much excite-
menit in doing what you could have
done any day in the last three years,"
she declared a bit disdainfully. HUt-
mason's color deepened.
"No," .he said simply, "you are wrong.
I have not been in New York. Three
years ago my father died," he added,
meeting the surprised question in her
eyes. "It changed all my life. I found
myself with my mother and a widowed
sister to care for, left with barely a
pittance. It was necessary I should
try at least to carry on the old busi-
ness at home. I came to bid you good-
by, and you were out. And what could
I have said? You, beautiful, courted,
the only child of an indulgent father;
I merely one of the many who sur-
rounded you. How could I dream that
you would ever spare me even a
thought? So I went away, resolved to
forget. And then"-
"Yes," queried the girl as he paused,
"and then?" Her eyes were hidden,
but there was a note in the soft voice
that aroused his courage.
"I found out that I could not for-
get," said the man. "Yet what claim
had I? And then, yesterday-oh, how
can I thank-you properly?" he broke
off earnestly. "Yesterday-the woman
you helped-she was my sister"-speak-
ing with steady tone. "Not long ago
her child died, and, half mad from the
loss, she came to the city, resolved to
destroy herself here, where we would
not know of it. But when she reached
New York the commonplace, everyday
aspect of things seemed to calm her
mood, and her resolution faltered. Yet
she had expended what money she had,
not even the price of a ticket home
being left. Determining to put fate to
the test, she wandered about, seeking
a familiar face-my sister alone in this
great city, where she knew no one-
resolved, should her plea for help be
refused, to put an end to her life. And
then she saw you."
For a moment the man was silent as
a shudder seized him at the thought of
what might have happened.
"Oh, Itf she had not met you-if- But
I dare not think of It. I-I have a pho-
tograph of you. I bribed your maid for
it," he confessed shamefacedly. "From
having seen it so often my sister felt
vaguely that here at last was a friend,
although, of course, unwitting why.
And so she-dared to ask." Miss Mal(o-
ry, who was sobbing unrestrainedly,
lifted her face.
"Oh, the dear woman!" she exclaim-
ed brokenly. "How glad I am! How
glad I am! And is she safe?"
"Quite safe," was the thankful an-

acpnr :-~Ha~rolla-

Instead of the ancient cook with his
very limited accomplishments the up to
date liner has an expert chef, besides
bakers, confectioners and also the other
gastronomic specialists to be found In
the big fashionable hotels ashore. A
ship's butcher cuts the roasts and
joints and takes general charge of the
meat supply, and there are several
storekeepers, who, it is true, do not sell
goods, but who keep as exact account
of all the groceries and other supplies
issued for the use of passengers and
crew as though their livelihood depend-
ed upon It.
Besides these, every liner carries a
barber, for passengers long ago gave
up the habit of going unshaven from
beginning to end of the voyage. The
barber has a comfortable little shop,
and next door to him perhaps is in-
stalled the barkeeper, who from the
nature of his clientele is required to be
adept in mixing the drinks of all na-
tions. Still more surprising to the inex-
perienced traveler it will perhaps be to
learn that the big steamships carry
four or five bootblacks to keep the pas-'
sengers in shines.
Of the learned professions the only
one regularly represented is that of
medicine. Every liner carries a sur-
geon, who not only attends to pas-

swer. "The sl.ock. your kindness, some,
thing, must have strengthened and
braced her. She returned last night.
And you can fancy what It meant to
us. But when she showed me the bless-
ed cnrdt which told me who It was that
had saved her It seemed to me as If 1
nlso had been sent ai message. Was I
wrong, dear?" and the man's voice was
wonderfully tender. The girl, puzzled,
shook her head.
"I don't understand," she said faint-
ly. Ilumaaqu ldid a visiting card in
her hand.
"Look'" be said. It was the card up-
on which shie had scribbled her address.
"Turn it over." as the girl seemed be-
wildered. A low cry broke from the red
"Oh," she stammered, while the color
flooded up to her pretty curly hair. "I-
I was tu a hurry. I thought that It was
L laae r'.., I 't r confgaoan in-
creased pltiabl-. 'But the man's strong
clasp had again caught the fluttering
little hands.
"I thought that if you had cared
en3ut h to carry a man's card in your
cardea".e for three years that you must
halve eared a little for the man him-
self," he said eagerly. "Was I wrong,
sweethearrt? Are you going to send'me
awuy gainn"
The girl. her eyes fixed on the betray-
Ing bit of pasteboard whereon in fine
script ran the words. "Mr. Roland Hu-
mas'mn." drooped her head.
-No.," she answered shyly. "Please-
please stay."



he Diversion of Industry and the
Traldel and Professions That Are
Represented In the Crew of a Great
Atlantic Liner.
The great Atlantic liners have often
been described as floating cities, and
in at least one particular the compari-
son is entirely accurate-that is to say,
in the variety of occupations represent-
ed on shipboard. A big steamship will
in her flight from land to land carry a
population of perhaps 2,000, of whom
the majority, of course, are passengers
-people of all professions and lines
of business. Leaving passengers out
of account, however, and considering
only the 500 or thereabouts wh1 go to
make up the liner's crew, one will eas-
ily find representatives of nearly all
the trades of a thriving community
This diversity of industry represents
an evolution-or, rather, a revolution-
that has couie along with the develop-
Sinent of the gigantic modern st.am-
ship. In the old (lays of sailing ships
all the members of the vessel's crew
were sailors and performed one part or
another of a sailor's work. Even the
redoubtable cook was usually mtuch
better versed in matters relating to
spars and ratlines than he was In the
secrets of the culinary art. Biut today
the status is different. Navigation of
the big Atlantic fliers Is a complicated
task, and the number of men required
to carry it on is ten times greater than
on even the biggest ships of a century
ago. The variety of their vocations
has of course been multiplied to corre-
spond with the increased complexity.
The sailors are in a small minority
nowadays. True, you will see a ndm-
ber of seamen on the big ships, and
these still have their duties to perform,
duties which, however, have nothing
to do with the handling of sails, for
not in a number. of years has canvas
been spread on any of the big liners.
But common sailors seem few in com-
parison with the men of other trades
whose usefulness on shipboard the sea
captain of a generation or two ago
would have- found hard to explain or
even understand.
Some of the greatest changes in the
conditions of service have come about,
naturally enough, through the intro-
duction of steam machinery. The pres-
ence of machinery means that the liner
must carry not only a number of engi-
neers, but also several machinists to
keep in order the complicated mechan-
ism of pumps and blowers and deck en-
gines which a big vessel carries. Then,
since every great passenger ship is pro-
vided throughout with a modern plumb-
ing system, she must have in readiness
a qualified plumber. An expert electri-
cian is also needed to look after the
electric lighting plant, a refrigerating
engineer for the cold storage plant and
a number of other representatives of
different branches of the engineering

mankind would have to
invent milk. Milk Is Na-
ture's emulsion-butter
put in shape for diges-
tion. Cod liver oil is ex-
tremely nourishing, but
it has to be emulsified
before we *can digest it,

Scott's Emulsion

combines the best oil
with the valuable hypo-
phosphites so that it Is
easy to digest and does
far more good than the
oil alone could. That
makes Scott's Emulsion
the most strengthening,
nourishing food medi-

cine in the world.
Send for free sample.
SGCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists
409-415 Pearl Street New York
60c. and $1.00. All drurgiste

I :

NO. 5.



sengers or mrr-wiiers of the crew who.
may fall ill, but who is also charged
with the general syipervislon of the
health aind sanitation of the vrwsei.
There are usually plenty of 'sef law*
years" on board-lnot'that there la any
lemand for legal services-arid it clergy-
men are not among the passengers the
captain or purser is qualified to read
the service on Sundays.
The issuing of a paper containing tele-
graphic news involves of course an edi-
tor and a wireless telegrapher. The
edItorial duties are assumed by the -
purser. and the wireless operator not
ou!y rfeien 3 the news for the ship's
paper. but takes and transmits mde-
lages for the passengers as Well. The
Ship's printer prints not only the ship's
newspaper, but the dally menus and
concert/progranmmes as well.
Kost of the liners carry one or wor$
muicldano.. Some have.t li m ma ,.
-th s that rfit1rni aa s- sc,=a -
Ihose liners which do not include a
complete musical outfit have at least
one or more buglers to sound the calls
for meals and for inspection.
Every liner has on board a carpenter
Who makes necessary interior repairs
and looks after the boat's tarks and
wells, and there are to be found among
the stewards and seamen handy men of
other trades. All of which goes to
show that the modern "floating city"
is a very cosmopolitan and, if need be.
a very self reliant community.

Its Saddent Aspect In the Passtnir of
the Home.
trhe passing of the hoine is the aid*
dest phenomenon of modern city life.
'he tenement house, which we seek to
disguise under the name of "flat," is a
most wretched substitute for the hiltu
blest of lions,. Titt out' people eudurd
them is an indication of degeneracy, at
it will unqiuestlcnably be the cause of
a more rapid descent. It is morally
certain that the vigor of the race can
be maintained only by personal co*.
tact with the mother earth from which
we sprang, which nourislles us to her
bosom when we die. Why this is, per-
haps no one knows, but it is within the
knowledge of all that the vigor of the
city is constantly recruited from coun-
try life. To deprive children of daily
contact with the soil is a sin.
The evil of the tenement hotide Was
not realized until it passed from the
slums, because few of us know how the
other half lives. It is perhaps not so
desperate a misfortune to those who
live by manual labor, for they get their
contact with earth in othe- ways, and
their children, less vexed by the con-
ventions of society, find access to the
soil by some means and pass, while
still young. to the occupations of their
parents. The most terrible effect of the
tenement house is in the families of the
"salaried" class as distinguished from
the "wage earners" and who flit from
fiat to fiat, seldom remal nig long
enough anywhere for home associa-
tions to be formed. There can perhaps
be no home associations worthy of the
name Which are not connected with a
piece of open ground in the sole pos-
session of the family. It would seem
that in our larger cities this privilege
can no longer be enjoyed except by thO
rich.-San trancisco Chronicle.

A Dandy for Burns.
Dr. Berge&. Pana, Ills., writes: "T
have used Ballard's Snow Liniment; al-
ways i e(ommended it to my friends, as
I am confident there is no better made.
'It is a dandy for burns.' Those who
live on farms are especially liable to
many accidental cuts, burns, bruises,
which heal rapidly when Ballard's
Snow Liniment is applied. It should al-
ways be kept in the house for cases of
emereency." 25e, 50c, and $1 00. Sold
at thie Trading Post, St. Andrew, Flao

"T'ii+ !f L cib t-!v ]:;'i. 1 :'d (*
no!o e it t io myai-Ti: ." is a e ini:.tu
nvli-h lt'.s lrecomue tYli 'ait of oue a.t
f hior)pitaliiy. Ai:\.; Mzr ve.-:'u,'i lat*
*.ust I e>n perpet'l'' !,y a Hiici.l'rr of
the early r!sing f;','ernity.
"1 wish," sr d tlhe Lost. "every one
to do as he llke* in my house."
It sounded very friendly, bwt on go-
lng to his bedroom the guest found a
little card stating the times of meal
"Breakfast at 7:30," and in an N. B.
was added, "It will be cleared away
at 8:30."

If a-Cow gave

Butter a

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i ~ - -l -' !m h -lraLr~ ur rr - -

NoTE.-It must he remembered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow"
er and if the sailors-sometimes find it im-
pIseaibleto make schedule time it must lie
targed tothe elements; they do the best
they can-.

The sehr. Cleopatra arrived from
Peiisacoia at 7:30 yesterday moru-
inj .
The str. Tarpon went direct from
Carrabello to Mobile and did not put
into St. Andrews Bay on her present
west-bu)nti tri p.
The fishing smack Syvlvia, nf Pen..
sadola anchored in front ot tuwni
Molndiay evening and sailed out again
ye-teilay morning.


rated in plend:d condition to lake ex-
iiirionii or EassrMngers to any poiut on.
the Bay or Gulf. G-iuod ciiliii protection
in tlihe event of Iad wea thei. lTe iis reas-
enalie. Also,
ipaeity 10,01l0 feet of Lumher will Ferry
Al-elwceii 'armdatle and Allrnion, on Ea.'<
S a .' and will deliver freight, of every de-
seription. including -live stock to an'
point on St. Andrews Bay. For particu-
Itrs, address W. F. WOODFOui, Farm-
dale, F'(a.
Makea regular trios between St. An-
drews Bay and Pensacola. Good passen-
ger accommodatious and special atten
tiou paid to handling and carrying'freigh
at reasonable rates. For particulars ad.
d4ess, CAPT. S. W. A NDEItSOv,
Ander.on, Fla
V.. E.. i)A' XNouD, MASTEr
I'%.anves St. Andirews iayv every 'luesda
leaves Penascola every Fida
wedliher permitting). Special allei
tion %ill he driven to receiving and
fl wnv ,lig fre |ght for nmrties living oi
Enal aiid Nor it1- hay, 'asseeigers fo
points oin either iarn of thle aity ca
depend upon s*icuiring prompt trnil
uortalon rasonah ile ales. Fo
tirlhel in ftirnaltion apply to
L. 1. WA i c, Agr.

4 ,'rries 'he last Ba',y lIuiriA.etweenl St
Andrews liav, Welnppo arid intermied
a te poititils. Le:vesSt. Andrews daily
'.except Siunda.y) at 6:00 a. III.; arrive a
.'cla nppo at 1 11:30 p. in.; leave Wetapp
at 1 :00 p. I.; arrives al :>i. Andrews a
7:30p. ii. A. N es landings regularly a
Hininson, Cl iomt iiiti*. Fartker, Pitts
hurgaii, i".trmndale. l:vi.,hl landed a
any postoflice wharf. For passenger an
t'reight rates, see rale card in tlie sev
eial poiloll'.:i .
F. A. WITHRIr.... Manager.

A ,Week's IVeatster.
,fI following table Pives -the max
uHln, minitint in and mean temper!
turese,.ihe rainfall and direction of ti
wind',. for the twent.y-four Lhors ending
at 7 o'clock p nu.. as indicated by U.
go.ri Pr<.-11,. self-rugistering tlhemlnon
eteri. Max:,Min. Mean.lt'n. W'
April...12 72 60 68 .77
13 73 64 (67 .00
1" 14 77 67 72 .03
15 76 63 67 .14 n
*' 16 74 54 64 .00
1' 17 63 36 4 8 .00
18 69 30 5 1 .00
''-wek. -- 72 T 55 64 | .941

1'kmecIoe of Mllnln.
'":e f:)'iowing is a true story of a
'* 'iut t;.it ill;:ppcaed iu an Englis

h.l ,ai..d lhad gone out for the ever
I; ': :;nd ;ieft !as wife and child at homi
''r1.-wca' .'. n w: ls-;!bol it to retire for th
tr'l!t wvlu,, to her aniazemient. she pe
<'vld tihe foot of a inm:n beneath th
I .dI. Instead of c.illin,, for assistance
a:w s:re wo"id have done, she cool
.,vt to the ch('ld's cot and sat an
* "...i.- ;. tr. the cliM went to sleep. Tw
I:,mnr:" tlhan remi'c:od before her hu:
land cainue in. lie was surprised t
fl'il her w.i'::n, up, but when his wif
Lani'ed hLim au eivehlpe, saying, "Yo
"ft ; tl m rm t adl lO:t i; i ,' the cause o
,. ,, ,, W '," la ie .:led1. Instead o
1i leci,'r l e f '.\ h A ::s written o
1l.o r:'.'c,,i ,: "'A II.';,Ir is under ou
I .1. JLI1;. t2 h c'i olicc." 'rThe iihui.'an
Isct.ti(:d fit i )uii i ,'wi s~ i' pd.ite:na
nnel [ Il.e i:;iln v..:-; ,r ':', l; Tl '.T l,urn

i ura ;e ra l cl* Fi rit I( corn
,4r.os, a frew brave women ihi his time
bJut il:is one mu.At have li:d' a .nerv
like ir.-r, for sLe sat there for three
solid hours. IHe had the linpressio
tiJat Mhie didii't Iknow he was there ti
tie policoiani- pulled hin out. .

Cares Conghs and Colds,
Mrs. C Pe'ernon, 625 Lalie st., '',.pr
Ha, Kansas, says: "Of all the reuied.ies
Baliard's Horeliound 'Syrup i miry fa
.virit'e-it bhas done ;and will do all tha
it claimed for it-to si.eedily cure a]
coogha aRnd coldi-and it. is so w-vee
and uleasant- to the ta-to." 25c. 350
1S.00 bottle. Sold at, the Trading. Plul
St. Andrew,. Fla.
-- *
A Bible Legeiad of tie Panther.
One of the oddest stories in the "Be
1arles," or stories of Bible animal
written hy the monks, Is the legend o
W Lpnther. "The panther," so th
hamttly rural, "*is the most beautiful o
an beasts. More i;tiau this, wheu i
goes abroad 1I dfflusesi a marvelbu
sweet perfume. This odor Is so swee
that all the other beasts and birds fo]
low tl.e pnntler wherever it goes
Wherefore t:e p:intlwr is a type, of vir
tue." Perlihap the old monks whir b-)r
rowed anj eimb'ellished this story had
beard of al tmi misunderstood the str ii
love of sweet scents b;clh the pailLth'
and its relations, the liuns and leop
acds, often show.-Lon-on ,n,.tat.r.


-L. M. Ware's wharf in front of the
Buoy office is beiln_ rebuilt,
-Mr. Samuel Porter and Miss Lizzie
McCall were married in the Nixon set-
tlement oa the 9th inst., Rev. Elarris of-
.--Work on the M. E. church., is go-
ing steadily on, and i' is expected it
will be ready for opening services Sun-
day, April 30.
-Try the tor your Spring Shoes. A
nice line to select from, with PRICES
LOW and quality high. A. H. BRAKE,
St. Andrew, Fla.
-The drop in the temperature Mon-
day morning brought back memories of
January weather; but fortunately a
frost was escaped by a few degrees.
-A culvert has been placed in the
grade on Bayview street, south of Lo-
raine avenue and no further fear of
overflow in that locality is entertained.
Blank Warranty Deeds, short form.
printed on good linen paper, 25c per
dozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re-
'ceipts in a block, 10c each, at the Buoy
-Geo. Malloch has his new launch,
Myrtle completed, ready to receive the
engine as soon is it arrives and it will
be claed at once and the boat duvy
L. IWBHM. a~li/A -- <=* -- -- "
-Rev. C. Joyner wiTtcondnct di vine
services in the Baptist church n-.xt
Sunday, morning and evening. A _on-
eral invitation is extended to iLLenCd
these services
t -The Buoy has no definite informa-
t tion. about the work on the new rail-
road; but is led to infer that it is still
progressing; but with how large a force
it is without the slightest knowledge.
-The fishe rmen, generally, are re-
porting rather poor success in their
spring fishing operations. The cannon
ading of the war ships about St, Joseph
N doubtless has the effect of keeping the
fish scattered.
--Wizard Ink Tablets,Price, pc:
box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in
box. One box makes ten ounces splen
did ink. Economical permanent; abso
lately indellible, covenient, non-corro
#sive. At the Buoy office
-It is expected that aaothor party o
St. Andrew people will go to Milivilli
R next Sunday evening to attend service
atthe M. E. church. Rev. Conway, onu
local pastor, will preach. Witherill'
d launch will leave Ware's wharf a
n. 5:45 p. m.
D]r -Handsome letter heads with St
s- Andrews Bay date line and views o
)r either St..AndrewsBluff, orBugna Vist
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map ot tL
St. Andrews Bay country on back of
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen. at thl
BUOY offlne
-H. S. Welch has purchased th
t, Elias Ayars property on the bank c
i- Lake Huntington, head of Bayview
.v street. This is one of the gilt edge Ic
o cations of St. Andrew and the time i
at. probably not distant when it will b
it worth a small fortune to the farseeing
s- purchaser.
d -"I have used Chamberlain's Stom
v- ach and Liv.,r Tablets with most sati]
frctory results," writes Mrs. F. I
Phelps, of Houston, Texas. For indi
gestiou, biliousness and constipatio
i- these tablets are most excellent. Sol
a- ly L.M. Ware, St. Andrew and Bay-
e head, and all medicine dealers.
ig .-When people visit a business house
S. and find themselves uniformly we]
m- and courteously tieatfd whether the
d. make purchases or not, they are Imo'
s than apt to call again when they d
w have money to spend and this is doubl
r less why W. H. Parker & C'o.'s store i
w almost constantly crowded with wei
w satistied customers.
s -Next Sunday will be Easter,
inemorble movable dayof the Christia
faith. While it is generally observe
n by all professing htuiscians it is double
h ful if but a very few ofthem are aware
that it comes on the first Sunday after
n- the lull moon that occurs on or ufte
e. March 21. By the calculation which di
iC cides it, we have March 50 as the da
e of the full moon this year, and accord
e, ing to the calendar that is April 1i
y hence Easter, April 23.

id -A jolly party enjoyed a trip to I
*o Grand Lagoon last Saturday, in F. A.
s- Witherill's launch, Leda. The day wai
to spent in fishing and disporting- upo
fe the beautiful white sand hills: a bouun
tiful repast was se ved by the ladies
af and everyone present voted it the ujos
U delightful outing of the season. Th
ir party consisted of Rev. J. M. Conwa
d and two children, Mr. and Mrs. F'. A
n, Witherill. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Wright
r- Mr. and Mrs. P. M.Grills and the
Misses Edith Lathrop, Grace West an
Ethel Brainard.
e -The wild olive, or cherry laurel i
ie one-of the most handsome of our orna
n -mental or shade trees, and it is a won
ll der that more of them are not planted
in our dooryards. Lieut. Sheppard ad
vises the Buoy that he has several hun
dred seedlings upon his premises, self
e- I
e sown from the large tree there, and
-. that anyone is welcome to as.many a
at they wish, and further,. if parties are
11 not ready to transplant them,.theyma
V, come and set stakes to such as the:
t, would like and he will see that they arn
-pared-when cleaning up the premise.

s Last Hope Vanished.
Is When leading physic ans said that W
Df M. Smithart of Pekin, Ia., had ineura
Ie ble consumption,his last hope vanished
F but Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
s, sumption, Coughs and Colds, kept hin
et out of his grave. He says: "This great
.l- specific completely cured me and save(
s. my life. Since then I have used it orer
r- 10 years. and consider it a marvelous
r- thro't and lung cure-." Strictly scien
d tii cure tor coughs, sore throats or
g, colds, sure preventive of pr.eumonia
. Guaranteed 50c and $1 bottles at A. H
lrake's store. Trial bottles free.

Many aln iltl-tier Vwill' r'
he,,r ul the death at his hume
aliaiicola ot JolirE. G ra-y,
many years hIad been a fanilia
in state conventions and at
hassee. Mr. Grady was for
terms a memtnber of the State
where he leiAde many goodI
and helped, in his quiet way, t
many good l;'is. Hie was a
rather frail physique, but ui.-
lieaid to complain. lie iha
cent years been spending his s
in one of the. New En(gland
aid was deeply impressed byy
saw there of the methods ai
0! thq thoughtful people who
inhtlospitable soil.-Times-Uii
Mr. Grady was an occasion
itor in St. Andirew, andt
among onr citizens mitanj
friends, the editor of this pap
of that numinber.

It In Liable to Almost Literall
Your Headh Open.
To take a pleasure tlih* tha
liUprally nr-ts y-nir lcn -id .,i

sumi ed., for the i,_-t i,,'i' rti=1 I
But lhar is wh-at ..'fi.' lihij-
him who essays tie dizzy he
Pike's peak, 14,000 feet above s
1 I went up on tlhe cog ro
Manitou," said a Baltimore
company with a party of tour
before we reached the Halfwa
there were two who exhibit
positive symptoms of (distress
the first stop they had to le
take the next train down. Th-
us continued. In a seat a little
of us was a young girl who I
growing gradually hysterical a
we had been watching curi
see what would happen next.
e opened. Suddenly she threw-
hands and fell backward, wi
r gushing from her mouth, ears,
a nose. The conductor, who
dently accustomed to such sce
her escort to lay 'her fiat on h
as the pressure was less there
the head height in a sitting
Then, at the next station, she
f en off and sent back to M"anit
e wagon road. They didn't dar
s her down by train, as the quic
r to the denser air might hav
s serious.
t "Well, we kept going and
the top. I thought I'd take a.
in the fine, rant ,i..,i air, and
odok a dozen steps, when my
f gnn to beat like a trip hainim
a concluded that running at th
e was not for me. They told
a couldn't boil eggs or beans up
e don't know, because I didn't
had our pictures taken sitt
e rock up in that barren spo
f nothing will grow but the e
and bought some souvenirs.
v came down, and, so far as I
- cerned, they can level the
s tomorrow. I'll never have -
e use for it. Manitou, Garde
g Gods and .orth Cheyenne c:
mine, but no more of that
. ness."-Baltimore News.

iIJIE body gets its life from
Sfood properly dig:t'til.
Healthy digestion means pure
blood for the body, but stomach
troubles arise from carelessness
in eating and stomach disorders
upset the entire system. Improp-
erly masticated food sours on the
stomach causing distressing
pains, belching and nausea.
tWhen over-eating is persisted in
the stomach becomes weakened
and worn out and dyspepsia
claims the victim.
Thedford's Black-Draught
cures dyspepsia. It frees the
stomach and bowels of congested
matter and gives the stomach
new life. The stomach is quickly
invigorated and the natural
stimulation results in a good
appetite, with the power-to thor-
oughly digest food.
You can build up your stomach
with this mild and natural
remedy. Try Thedford's Black-
Draught today. You can buy a
packao'e from your dealer for
5c. f he does not keep it, send
the money to The Chattanooga
Medicine Co., Chattanooga,
Tenm,, and a package will be
mailed you.


Deaf Persons lDon't Get Seasick.
'2antge thing, but do tyou know that
c: t rsous never get seasick?" said
in oJld ..i.. .. yr the emniploy of one of
C0 tr,1,'.nlid lnes h recently. "This
:s flund oiut." t le saild "wvUen a whole
O. f ,s-; iof Ief init.es went ai''oad some
o 'rs a,:p. anr, do'a;fit a parlticul:.rly
,-;,h :." c. n.)ue ,f t.emin wvznted;
x _'.;) ti. dh'ck td ig soaj)lebody to
Lt n' a eyou
" ,'L's J e *-ir!.k fe,'i'g. you
S.'. A ite iinve.-iJ-i.'::tion proved!
e ?l :t? ;- ':a. i e('< ar'c mostly
'; :' ti -e of I1'e far, and that
Ssi :('' c ot r iy ao l b (e to
: ,i';.; il:t c2 e. froul ti le rollug
.',;; ,2t :i a saLy no'; n others.
S;' xperoichient of saturati ..- a- haWY
if cutto a v-lh cocaine and thus duiiin:g
'e i':rl-lg liiS been tried by ;." sur-
.cols since. It givcs relief to those. vwh-lo
dread any sort of a sea voyage; but,
after all, the best way to do. is to 'feed
the fishes' and get over it."-Philadel--
phia Press.
In a Pinch Use ALLEN'S FOOT EASkE,
Shake into your shoes Allen's FJ.',t-
Ease, a powder. It cures corns, bun-
ions, painful, smarting, hot, swollen, ,
feet. At all drggists and shoe o-tvr'--s
2Sc. I

I -~s --P-~---. --- --F -~--II*U~~-_--~L-R

-I i

10.1n telll, sen'

..l there vwai ail

.s ious Stomach Ti,,ble Cured.
I wai troubled ii ill distress in my
.IrOimLII, SIour st.roiach.l ar.d vomiting
,pl., alnl (:cn iruthflillv say that Cham-
1.. !x la 1 SIti ii L.1i ;111 Liver Tablets
cur-d ne.-Mas. ''., V. WILItAms, Laings-
i.irg. -.Mi.la. These tablets are guaran-
lc t.) ciite every case of stomach trou-
ble of this ch.iract-r. For sale byv L. M,
x\r.11,. t. Atili I. ;and Bavheud and all
i."ht i. l.,l dte ; l I r .
t 'i ',... to Chiarge.
At ti. ,t 'i.i;:,r '. Moscow while the
troops -;t i i ul*i,,' l- ales under a mur-
de.'per- uare ii'rat, Napoleon's dasLhing,
(I i .1' 4.. .. irv, received a dispatch lto
whlib :,u' r,- ..c v,-;s required. TLou.gh
his ,.i.-tth- ,: a.? hort.e was ttrcmbliiV.
)1r a,, I.L,ij i'.- reins upon the 1101orn of
the '-, dir. t his inteboak in ole
land .inId ,. t'ih i'i tLe other and be-
gan to wral.. ; respolonse. Suddenly a
shell .li ail k '] i l..-, el on thie ground
clos-. I 'ilIe iivrse helped int(o thl air
anal .1 .% i, I' 1 '.ily amrouldl(. M i'air t Silm-
ply Ii:n In'- Cu: a, .i the pencil to the haili
that l.i... I n elbook ... I I
Lhoc'"... ".hn i.tl . Oti'er l.ailnd and tt eil.
",, :'7 I ,' % \ I .11h 1 1 ,. i, ,,,1 ;'a i,"
a. 1 tI.'.. A IN.... d 11. i.
i ,' ;,, .11 ... it ,i , t h e 1, -. '.,.r .1
.-,'. it. t ., ,.ni aa.,-' ,,' 'i,. tr );tt i') d. by his
i. .r:. .t n. I ..I. al f aI V or e Ie o10 -
i. .,i ;* .. ';:..n .. i i.' gave th;e o:ler.
J i.... I, ant .." i'; L,'Iir ti'outgii ti;
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; ,i .'i '... ', ,,[.d I iZ(t t o1 l -

A P'ssilite Explanation.
Junlrn' '.itnuier--Sloivxpay has made
an na.':ig'mn nr, but he says the cred-
itors wou' Ilose anything. Senior Part-
ner-Perhl Mps he means that they
wouldn't hive ot anything anyhow.

g ret to S'r l.e l Teanir%.
in AI n- I t .bl1 na l, ;n .-i 1 .., i.e' I .d a w on -
ilLv 1'y i1:t sK: ;.'!.:'-' wi., 1 ii i 'dnS s1eizeC
whito for .,,i ;', r . ... .i ..] tiat tho
nt figure oP.' ; i.f :a -'a: b 'i .'.;t ll, ':',1' i .onke.:
''alIa- f,' .1 h : ', w ,.t it '-.,'2F r'revente'
Tfr.',;ul et.tt:,' i. n? u *,-'-'.r >-tl object o
several ..:', miu r-'h fl' t-' rji l,, I..,.:u n cites ,
Senate, tlir-l etn-,o ofa nul'. ,.v t 3fr..i B 'orneo
whli.. In th Zj l ,':,'.-.:l Lr',l ns w ai
Cfil ',, fie.ine11 ly f .114 1"' .,'I t, ',-'1ry r hen c iev-
to make ed re- '-en wj' ml in 1: i';ied.l. Sir E.
man of Terfnant. d,-crii,;, ri1 t e i ..' ure of e!c-
plJ,:i t In i -yl-,n. s.y.' that wi-.en
b]l,, li .,niII.l so01'l. ;or tlii l .y L .ai iotio o .le-s
d of re- w.ith no othet*' ii, d : :i'-n fni snfferl'i'
intonliters tll1 1he tn:l r1i wl'l ili'' iltly flog"-
e l I 'roin their' ey-e. The :Ixper of the
states Indianfl elephant in Its"-it.'s park has
what lie several times observed tears rolling
1il thrift down the face of the ohl female ele-
pblint whion her young one was taken
till that away from her.
,nal vis- Eveu mlice wVere scnr'ee.
UBro'lter Bill tc.ai'e l,.ii' hI.'- anu' went
cunte.I di,,lwn to the kit,.hini to I. '!; for n bite.
y wvarI' !ine foun.l the larder emTu c ,ty and started
ScLn to hisi ro:,a, vwhli-n iie front door
er being .":I.nl tI nl a |it I l hrrl' r- .lim.
A ::. tI.inw goo.J .'..v ii i-i '?" inquir-
(. i i l :. i.
EAK. I.'i,*ky if you t iUl a in.,use,' sai
ly Burst
Women as Well as MAlen
t allmOst *
Sis Are se Miserable by

lr'' t0 -t
eig hts of Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, diz-
sea level. courage andlessens ambition; beauty,2 iaor
ad from and cheerfulness soon
nian, "in d:z'aprear when the kid-
rists, and --.-.tL nevs are out of ordel
i HIouse '*' "H or'diea'o-d.
1L -. "-- Kidrn ,' trouble has
telt atc ri'.' "* ". ---- beor:me so prevalent
that at ,. "unf-a . ..
,", .i UL..' -^ irth i I-. not uncommon
,ave and / i. r a child to be born
e rest of .,'l \ ,-?- -flicie J with weak kid-
e in front (./ .( "-.- rn .. I the child urin-
had been '.- '---'* les too often, if the
nd wh6m "J.,ne rcaIld. the f,.s.h or if. '.*hen the child
ously to reaches an ae when it should be able to
It hIap- control tl-,e passage, it is yet afflicted with
u her 3-.-v'.Inig, deperd upon it. the cause of
up hlier cul ii '.it|,y trouble, and the first
ith blood _h.:uld be towards the treatment of
eyes and iy unr.c'rtann ogans. This unpleasant
was evi- !- -i s due to a diseased condition of the
enes, told ... -. n d blider and not to a habit as
her back, :.--' i -P11p -'pF''':e.
e than t Women as well as men are made mis-
crablc .;;h *.:'r,'-y and bladder trouble,
posture, and -. .n?:,A i:ie same great remedy.
was tak- The r,.1- anrd the immediate effect ot
on by the ,.:.',-i:,p'ieot is soon realized. It is sold
e to take ..' ;.31 .l, in fifty- 'A .
:k change c(, nl c ne dollar '. ,
*e proved .. Y'.j ma, 1:.ive a, ...
*r-.-. on le b h,, m ail -'--'- '-: -- .....
I reached ":-. aIl..-- pamphI`t tel!- lomneo of swaup-Root.
short run i,', all about it. including many of th(
h o d-t *-.,:.r.nds of te -timonial letters received
SI did- from ifferer- cured. in writing Dr. Kilmer
heart be- C ',.. Bingnarnion. N. Y., be sure and
ler, and I .er,lu:n thti paper.
at height ,Di't make eny mistake, but remem-
me you be' thle name. Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil-
there. I i.n '- swamp-Root, and the address,
try. We Bink.'himn iri, N. Y., on every bottle.
ing on a ----- ---- --
ot, where ,'.. .. . I .. -.
delwelss, '.iI^ .'f:w.', .t l ca isy !n;, I 11cin s of tVie
Then we '.' ,'ad liter-ry f.-riens witA
aam con- v]'' "ai' a'} 1:"S5 w-a,. ire ex.' i;cl
mountain :' p 1 Al i:.: o e. lie ofte- a-:'L
any more :' ; '*,- ::s to si 1 on l 'ee 'stc ak or-
?n of the ,: Oie n .i:lS t o he use
anyone for - )' i a* 1. 'it hom to. 1
sky busi- ' .' tIhree u 'i 7'
: .. ** Mrs. Ilurke's
h. . i lehrde".
S. ''. .. ,' ..., p .the e's bL'e

'"I hive beeu subject to sciatic iheuni-
atism tor vyca-'s, says E. H. Valdr'ob, I'
Wilton .unction, aown. "My joints wr0'
stifi and gave ie nmu, i pain and discom-
forit. My joints would -cack hen I
s'r:1igliencd up. I used Chamberliin's
'ain Baim and i1aye ben thoroughly
cured. l, ve not lhid a pain or aehe from
the old trouble for many .months. It is
certainly a most wonder ful liniment.'
or S.l sale by L.. M. Vare, St. Andrew and
l;.'tl'a l id ai l ii medicine dealeas.

It ',','C :,'.'=! e .' Lc i ;- )!' '.;. t '

no c-' or of i':< r.!; ;: i'.'u r :s \v .'.t-h h
si s .,a l :;; 't!er to) '* ', :',e. W. h..
Lhis h's !;eni d)no, tin i are s:'';ci
tak lln ipuit\ s ;( ;',i n di po.ol(.
outside tLio"r ]'sp>ec.i'e l a rs w;to:i;
the oc, ulm-ii irs of th'. (li';(,-'ent ryo')m
klnOwiin'; t'ihait 1ie.y 'i!,ae befein 1eiluveil

o 'Tc e Ieo 'Faole.
S Or in: 'y sC;o :r u,': i;k i a be "ttil
ta 'ic, ia a o o.e f; I ;,'! t i U' n ;t s fo r ('.
!hothnl cr 1, e.i up b1y the choin st o .
anOI'e In".Fact.
o i u sztl,' dare al ive to.) s 1iti126
dloctr. Miil; a f;ri,.'r T e'ics m1iie
) 1: 0 o e(' ,i .:,'i .', tj : e' i. a L,jttle

w it'nI at ti'e s o; 'n ti: e se e is fcdiIi to
his e;aive1 g JAd, ri h,, un.tritiods odutter-
milk, a rho)'.saudn times bette:. for hi;;
than the stu: tihe doctor will give him
--Medical Talk.

To ivhe In Fact.
Life is what we are alive to. It is
hat a l(.,.-i bit rea dth. To be alive

n 'iking, and iot to g,'oinSs and kinld-
ness, purity and love, history, poetry
and music, flowers, stars, God and eter-
nal hops, ias to be all but dead.-Mal-
tide I). Bal)cock.

Unfurnisied Rooms
Apply at the Buoy Office.

'& If you want to get the
** g biggest returns for ed l
your labor and
S ? your ground,
o ,you can't afford ,
to plantanythiug but

--thestnmdard after 4yars
test. They aivways !larluce
the largest anLd surest
,o' ls. Al dea I ensell
j'... t ~est ey ayOur oT. 905
Seed Auuatil
free on request.,
.- ,' D. M. FERRY & CO. ;
-. DETPOiT. MiC. .



$4.00 Per Year. Single Copy, 10 Cts,.
- xU4.Qst. 47 W. 2Sfu ST., NZWYOBZV

Ve I4 a Genus at IIidiig Nuts and
lFiidiiingr Teinil Agailn.
"One of the nmost faliliianr sounds of
the suniiiner wv)als ; tlie irattliiig barl
'if the led sCuirr'i." writes an obseiv-
Ir. "The ton1es of his voice ar varied,
and there is a t;great difference between
his angry bark, his cry of fear, the
chattering monologue with which he
.iddresseos ian intruder on his domain,
the running 'ire of repartee which is
the constant s''co(itpanliiiCenit of the an-
tics of a pair at iply and the long-rat-
tng roll call! which lie utters appar-
enty' from sheer enj)ymn..nt of' the
sound or -ita a challenge to some un-
seOCn e'ieny of his own tribe and which
reveCrbrates through the woods often
with i;:' .-'t force to carry the sound
for as inusi:h as half to three-quarters
of a mile. ift we listen for an in:;tani
when we hear one of these (hiall'angec
sent forth we inay bear it answ vered
from some distant io;nt so faintly that
we cannot he ctrta;n that it is nat ani
echo. Some other m :e h:is heard th(
challenge ind, .detecting the self satis
-fled note" in it. ha: ani;swered, and w(
mni.y be fairly co-rtain that they are
.] ,-ni ii -n toward. eilch other, each wit!..
the intention cf anuii.ilati, his foe o
at least teacliing him a less)in.
"Gray squirrels. unlike most of thI
rodents, do not hiberinate in the winte_,
tii..e. U!t .,t,' abrli d and very' actin v
i. _: ,:,-. (bhe ,sen soni. Their uesti,
4'-' iC:;i inu Irilow i" h but '"i' usu"

b :: l I ,'.i _'i.'F :tr 'l I'. '3. '." t l i l',. ,
l i, i, i h .' t r. ," t .' ., 1 "- ",.' 'IL,
t .' :*'. If ) J can wat'I h a ri :. ..'
rel :nthlii;n, nuts in tile fall you lv'
see hIim take a nut in his cl_'eook pou
and lop alog; the groumi, tost in. i
eOery few yards wih his t'rout fe '
WIV lcn he lias found a spot c,::iiy t.
his liking' he will sco)p out a shai
hole au.d. placa;g the nut in it, wil
cover it up wi wth te luooe earth. 'uli.
lie will tamnip down auad re,;ture to itrs
former condition by scrapinuJ the loose
leaves and sinail stones over it.
"This performance he repeats again
and again in that and other localities
until he has hidden away in this man-
ner a large quantity of nuts, one squir-
rel often burying several hundred. In
the winter, as lie needs them, he un-
earths these nuts, and it is wonderful
how unerringly he can go to his vari-
ous caches, even through, as frequently
happens, they may all be covered with
a foot or more of snow."
The A-verage Is All Right.
"Their pay is shockingly small for'
some of our public officials," said the
broadminded man.
"Yes," answered the cynic, "but it
averages up. Some of the public offi-
cials are shockingly small for their]
pay."-Washlngton Star.

S(atic Rheumlatisml Cured.

Tuesday, 8:30 p. m.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. in,
Wednesday, 2:30 p. m.
Thursday, '9:00 a. m.

Monday, 6:00 p. in,
Thursday, 3:00 p. m.
Friday, 11:30 a. m.
Friday. 10:00 a. m,

(10 x G s

a', a oI Iv
a Iollilla

St. Alm]

rowev, Wednesday, 8:00 a. m
lie, Wednesday,|10:00 a, m
icole, Thursday, 6:00 a. m,
elle. Thursday, 12:00 noon.
e, Monday, 6:00 a. m.
t)ITril. ARRIVE.

cIi c.
col a.

Friday, 2:00 a. n,
Friday, 4:00 a. tn,
Friday, 11:30 p. im,

Pensacola to St Andrew and Millville, $5.00.
Pen iaeola to Apalaclicola and Ctarr'abelie, $7.50.
St. A ndrevw and Millville to At-alachicola, $o.00.
Penisaoola to Mobile, $2.50.
The aboye trites include metals and berths. W. G. BARROW.

Gr a Ierc h a-4 d"
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Dry 6codS, Staple and Farcy Groceries

Notions, Provisions and Feed Stuffs.

Corner V7ash rgtori Aveniue and Bayview St.

I pay Ca fh r w od ai(d imust de

a strictly CasL or Ecady Pay

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":1 -x C,.i'~.1,200 pounds weighlt. "'S
mini1WCit otsW IVT 1"t.ItwA, s csex'-
I 1 0.ii'. 1 in1:i o n tue dry a:d o c each tinight"
a' K, i V 1 K A n T e Tu ks u3 1 -tCm W get u) a

a hLien y a Jd fMurte~a b WAY=iesach ("ohl4~iig'
Ly fc it jisr ;(b i *m M tour guns, aj~ -. Cchof the -wall,

wV(illpc.ihiin cannuo)u f:aun.eIr nai:e'.l iC-'
ban east in ]-l52 at Adria:no;p:e a can-
lion whichh remilned for lnany yeI S
the wonder of Europe and imarki:s au
pochl in the continually incra-:ilng
power of guns." Urmban's canon w;'as
.dragged by sixty oxen to Constantino-

RefTArr.- ed.
"'What an. fut fiider .ion.es Is! *And
he u:ed to h:'e such a contented dis.
position b'fo-'e lo was married."
"Yes. I b',enrd his v-aifc say she hiad
imaried him to reunrm him."'- IHio,:lton

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Sutnc,-ing friighili'ully from the viru-
lent poisons of undiges-t-i t['od, C. G.
Grayson, of Lula, Miss., tooi a r. Kiui'.
tr -_. New Life Pills, "with the result." he
.- _/ ...-, writes, "that I was cared," All stonm-
4. ach and bowel disorders give way to
their laxative properties. 25c, at A. H.
-- -- Brake'sstore, guaranteed.

Tirsda, A ,pril 0, .19(15. "Othello" In a Malay Theater.
hrIsimdaVs April "20, .195. A correspondent writing in the Anus-
-.. ---- tralasian thus describes a performance
S T A 1 I R Ei V of "Othello" In a Malny theater: "It
was all in Malay, of course, but where
P R I CE S C U R R E N T they had got tl-e European costumes
GROCERIt FS. from I cannot inmr-ine. They were of
Auguar, lb T'ea, W Tl h;ii L-in- a.ad de-criptions. Othello was
(ranuladl d... 61 Hle No.- 55 d., *-..1 as a toreador, with tennis
Cofee,X .....5 GUpcWder.. 40 shoes on; Coasio, as Henry VIII.; lago
It lr. w-..... Uncoi'l Jap.. 0 in a black- velvet court suit, with a
I.offaee, 2 Cond uilk, 'a. can barrister's wig well down over his
2 1Y U nsweetw'A10
Aruckle,l2-15 Sweetened .... 10 nose; DIesden:na, in a short Spanish
"'ing.er snaps 31625 Baking powder ccanci4 "irs r"esa; Ioderigo, a green
racersr, sodia 10 Royal...... .. 50 Druid's gown, with pink stockings and
L',.hacco, plug 20a691 OCanpliell .... 10 tanried boots. But the joke of the
Raisins C' ,1. fruit I whole thing wa-s the music. There was
Loudon layers.8-15 'eaclhes .... 10a'0 a 3Malay o,'-l.estra of banjos, mando-
Valecii...... 8 Tomatoes ..... .Sil lins, etc., but they played scarcely an3
tic( ....... 64 Apples....... 10 native music. They all simply love
Spples Pear .......... 15 European music, to which they set
i.iea beaches 8 Apric-ns ...... 1-0 their own Malayan words. The whole

Coi Oilg...5 Strawerries... :20 play was intersIpersed with songs, just
,Asl ire-e -. -.... 0 P a.ppie .. .10-2 like our conic operas."
-' ... Sy p . Ui'- a n eid l alnts
.... ... 5 li> t Be l'. 12'2 Naithing Equatl to Cilaniberlaii's &ol.
3 (1>-- Be-ef. l---
I :I . .. .. 3 0) 'o r t i t 12 '.
C ,' ... .. 1 Chipped BeefIi-.25 ic, ('liolera and Diar-irhoea Rein-
'l,.. ... -, ,. i- I lt -.. !',,';5
S . i ,i V.-.i .A 11 int C children,
. .- 1 A . -' a ; i i ( |
B^ S- :', i" ... It" I "" 1 . .' .. : 1 , . I ., n... i n our
I ,ill . 4i I ,,i, . ... ,,. I ,," years," says Mrs. J. B Cooke,
Fggj e j doa 20 e ... 4 of Nederlan is, T'xis. "'We have given
P1 PROVISIONS. it to aill ourchi drei. We have used oth-"
Flour. 'ork er nivdicincs for the same purpose, but
eofS'th 2,- 3 a Sides.. 1 2 never. ,ound anthiting equal to Chamnler--
Obr Meal pisk 0- Fresh .... ain's. If you will use it as directed it
Oat Meal pr lb 5 lr'kt"st iac'n 10-2 always c u c. For scaleb ly L. 1. Ware,
Coru per i .. 7aA 0a0c Ham can 's'd 1I S2i t. Andrew and B.yi lead and alt mnedi-
t,,at. oa TShoulders ..... I ,ci a de,,,,.

Irish- .-... 1 40 B1eef
Earlv Ise 'seed 1.60 Corned.. 8
Sweet.... 60@75 Fresh. .......S 1
tlt, pr sack .. 00 D)ried-......... %
TalhIle ........ 5 M ilk pr (It. .. --- 1
Nails. per ll.4a'5i Ax, with l handle. 5o
Galv wire do.G,.tiiI locs, each... . .5a5
Mauilla rope. ..9lCIopper pauiit, cani 50
toves cook,. $8Sa25 Linseed oil, gal55(iO
"i'ipe, perjoint 18
)DRY i.00OI)S,
Vrints, per yd,. 5aW Uhreks ...... 5----
ihfeetings ... 5-9 Flannel ...... 15a4M
Muslin.-. ..... all Thread per spool 5
leans ... 15a45 Sihoes, ladies.$1la l7 '
I rita pai ILs pat 325 Men's. . 1 I!0a300
ft-4' pr cwl .75al.i5, Oats pr hui....... 60
Hr. ........... 1.25 Brick prI M ..... 1 21- (
itope Sisal . .7@9 Ime prilc ...... 75
Ora)ilgo' pr doz.. 25 Piecais r H ..... 15
A pples ........ 15 W ahl ils........ ,-20
Ie mtons .... I- .... 20 Al mondl . ..... -
n shelt p l,00tH 1.50 Openedl prI qi .. I
iHurse.s... 30=00 Crows....... $.5 i '.
Miles.. u50a.10i 0 Hogq .... 3. $31 $1
Ixein.. pr yoke $)0 S ieep ........... 2
O'icke'i eaiieh 3i 3SaO t- ese each. 5a;150
hrirkeys .... al .)0 l)0ucks . .. 2(,.25

F esi h salt
Mlullet pr doa. W e MWulet pr hbl 50.0
ro t -t .......... rout ........... 5 .. 1
a l io)i pnt iO pr 1).. 6 P omlnpano.... 10. 00I
ST, .' .. I M ackerel .... ..
lUM' liIt.

tHat rl, } ni ..$1 .00
Face ... 12.00
Sap ... 10,00
I)rop siding,
tiearl lace iim 14.00
a,1 10,00
Buii lum I er.. 8@! "
.earl I shingle 2.50
8ap -" I15)

Heart, y ,n ..i 14 (Oll
Face 0 12 0
Sap ... 1,0.li
(.1l ip oa rds,
o x(i ii I. ti ..$1'-.o)
iFnishing lum-
hier,;d.. $12( 5.00
Lath, 1 .... (2 (
aRoa' luin l'er,
J ed .. ...$20

DIeat'uess Cannot bc Ct'ilv'I
hv local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portions of the ear.
.Therl- is only one way to cure deafness.
and that is by constitutional remedies,
Deafness is caused by an inflained condi.
tion of the mucous lining of the Eustac-
can tube" When this tul'e g.ts inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or imperfect
nearing, and when it is entirely closed
deafness is the rcasult, anid unless the in-
tilamm iattio n can lb" tak ('en ot and tHistube
restored to its normal condi i'.n, hearing
will be destroyed faorevr; a ine cia se s out
of ten are cau.sed by cata.rl', v. :hi
nothing hut an inflamed condition of the
mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
;,ny case of d..afniess (caused by catarrih,
:;hat cannot be curtd hiy Hall's Catarrh
Oi.'e. Send for circilars free
F. J. CHIENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Take Hall's Familv Pills for conslipa-

The IWz 5v cc tdI -. '-:, Their Pleas-
tsc a T'ieir Food.
;eI/}c::u;a v- t coast is considered
i i.ae h ;:.ct scenery of any
::i q i .' .i-r-' Pollock.
,1' o 0 Vii:-; aof "i jGol' t airhcr as foa-
,-.,s: o"T'h --':, ;ir 'tic day, which
-' .)r .a-o : a;:5; a' "ik- Ia l fi ut f vn r

.' 'tihe i i.c.d (,;:' ;3 oi tlhe A.i
'-.,'..~ i \v,"Us aaa.: 'u:i;[,-s ('* C and

*it.- ,' e ("'a ,iV !c;-. C0olmpo '.knd ol
:.-.:::;. ?;.?it ;:;,, ::::.:.::nt co oor- sne).
S< t.; i,- o.t o:e's fori eli
,! ci: ;:U .-; G. "ia s1; '.;at of call was
:. : ::. the h,.'1 of Disco
;: 't of i' rn :'c": n viihta s :f
a rtea". ; ,, of n-;iuo wa ii' e 'oape anic
-'0 r: ., i; 'ie, ickct harbor
';w'e,!I'a o- ia:.na.3d a-l :)ucderj of the nal
., n :, ,on -:-! a. -a. all tarrec

an' l" ;-1 '{l tto ::rao n-
tpn o 0' a 'L: f tIo n
,(A t. ,f 3in t it

"' '- :;: i .',." t!:. w rite'
('onti:.^-a. i',' l:;M'ni:s, woel read
c i;len ;. a !ie ;too pwloine tfo
,ov t:, a; r:!u,:' :0 I '!roi,.p) ta! life or
oe ath chi' lta as n year in an arctic
out 'ly t. lo-in:'e ;1n: thIe I pIthos of ;lanit
is -;'att, i f,'-:,d t'.. F, c:;,' of ple i'cc:
(o iteint. o. f < 1.::3l oa s!l th-e soettli
-Ion ,4 v ; ;'i'O it e. 1;';. ch miu g'oa
tie ; 10u "', 1-,:. !- .:: ,., T i.Ras -'ps, too-
canud ;: : :i'e h d ti to reiaiii'-
on'- of t o';" O :. o w ,']'."'ness. Th.
rnnu it sK':v:::t :::;';d(I v,,/ie teo furr',
breacs. a: L the I.' n' aid curious :
topkiaot of tia t; naitio:.- drefs. Oa*

htd to f:!i r:., ouo:'y in love witW
'al of thacan.
"Even t y'e 'renilsh rwien wore native
drp'ss. ;l he Vwans a..e -impor'tant dcs-
tilsction-I-.e y w.ew.d Tore fi'aod, apt 'l
froenm p;ysic.2 fish, reli:det', ve:mostperf'c. w'oiosh, pktar-
ml;g;n, se:i bi:d.s ul:T t!;"r (,g:s. which.
as served in G'w'.-:Ba :t o.re always
pronounce 1 nu flavor."
That which is called liberality is fre-
quently nothing more than tho. vanity
of giving, of which we a' re ,' a 'o fond
than of the thing- given. -Ro.erou-

It you haven't a regular, healthy movement of the
bowels every day, you're ill or will be. Keep your
bowels open, and be well. Force, in the shape of
violent physic or pill poison, is dangerous. The
smoothest, easiest, most perfect way of keeping
the bowels clear and clean is to take
_t--aIa _i-ie va,;-._. P patat_

A Natural Inference. CATHARTIC
They were discussing the couple, in LA
the next flat. The husband is silent
and reserved, while thie wife is a gos-
- -piand the most inuveteratV l.arrow,,r ,
Food of all kinds, articles of clothingi,
money and everything that iP enafinble
of being borrowed she endeavors to get
from the neighbors on one pretense or EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Pleasant, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good, Do
another. Some surprise was express- Good, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe; 10, 25 and
6d that her husband should- have cho- 60 cents per box. Write for free sample, and book-
let on health. Address 433
sen her as a partner for life when a Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.
little girl who was listening created EP YO R BLOOD Li
considerable amusement by exclaim- KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN

"Perhaps she.borrowed him too."- LAMBERT M. WARE.
New York Press. LAMBERT M, WARE, JR
Ballakrd's Horehound Syrap L. M. WARE & SON,
Immediately- re'ieves hoarse, croupy
cough, oppressed, rattling, raspingo-and Deaiers in anid Agents. for the
dili';ult breathlin'. Henry C Stearns. gale of
druggist, Shullsbur'a, Wi .. writes: May
30, 1901: "I have been selling Ballard'sR e a I E s t a t eC.
Horehound Syrup for two years and
have never had a preparation, that has Taxes Paid an' Rents Collected
given better satisfaction. I notice that for NO-Rena i Coits
when I sell a bottle they come ba'k tor fo No0-Re.idelts.
mm'e. I can lionLfstly recommend it." St. Andrew. Fla.
2.c.:* 50c, $1 00. Sold at the Trading
Post, St. Andrew, Fla. "

The-Self Made Business.
"Yes," saidjthe eIotistical. person, "I arber and Har Dress-
amn proud of the fact that I am a self .
made man; but, strange to say, I never lng Parlor, '
have yet encounteredd a self made wo-
man." Oommerce Ave. East of Buoy
"Oh, that's easily explained," rejoined Office,
the auburn haired lady. "One glance L.Everyting new, neat andy
at'a self made man is enough to dis- yt lig cai
pust a woman with the self made busi- clean and patrons given thie niost
-e.." _courteous auti careful attention.

SSme queer tLin-:: are !one !y
S t!.1... ''oss r.,- ,s w ho tr y de- .-p-
tions 1 -:up,.5y the ,.. ,. ,,t' ; ,ib., ,,nt,
:: e r ,r '.ir :ers.
S On.e .l.h Ic e r ., ," ed- v
S :. : i . 'gate, '
Soe, E -iuba has a *oIun
leg." Jean safely received her brother's
Another queer letter provided no diffi-
culty at all for the postman. It was
superscribed, "This is for the young
girl that wears spectacles, who minds
two babies, 30 Sheriff street, off Prince
Edward street, Llverpool."
Another was addressed, "This is for
her t!nat makoP dresses for ladie. that
live at t.ol.!cr fu.- ,t lPihe to James

Ti o f ilo' .'.*-:*;n,'. cr.owv ver.
prov-'J fd')o min _h fi: ,- :1 :-I mail taP;'rer,
It. c t,- not ; o (d l-' .re : "E. IR-, a
cook o i'$E. (I * with a Mrs. L.,
or so:e j 11at-h na1me. a shoeenakcr in
C';ti ,treet, about No. 20 iiHobern. in

". ', i a \Welsh person, about five
feet n. ...' < h i, lives in ser-vice omeo
wre in Lonnl or nabourede Lohn-
don," w;as hC sie pe-cript-oi of a let-
te'. tt- rci e'itl. y pi'ased through the
gen.rali prt '. To pick that short
a .'i siout:. l, V',eIshli person out of some
7.COO,(0'0 i -.eple v,-as a task at which
the 'i.i:--. thrc- ip 1 '" 1ands. The
missive h;di 1-o ';o to tie dead letter of-
fice.--London V. , ; .y

r er C' .,' --" n,..r
S. : -;: ...: passen-

It whizz('.i past a house that was bril-
liantly lighted.
S"I wodler what was going on there,"
ejaculated Mr. Ferguson.
"it was a woed,~l.n:," "i-r'i'.-1 his wife.
"Didn't yo u se ih1em standing before
'he p'ach':'r-? He vwas in a white gown.
The ,-trno-: wS in full evening suit.
ri'c iniJo' v.- 'e a robe of cliffon cloth,
,vith ert:'t, and yoke of duchesse lace
n the l)oiee and lace flounce on the
k :'t. 'o liaid a full length tulle veil
id ear:1ed a bo);quet of lilies of the
"aley". Vhicre wore your eyes?"
Mr. F!'"r. a- realizing his utter
orthlesse s. resumed the reading of
-;is pap i ,.ind said nothing-Chl;..,-o

Cioeate l Deatlh:;
Kidney trouble often ends fatally, but
by choosing the right medicine, E. H.
Wolfe of Bear Grove, Iowa cheated
death. He says: "Two years ago I had
kidney trouble, which caused me great
suffering and anxiety, but I took Elee-
t"ic Bitters, which effected a complete
cure. I have also found them of great
benefit in general debility and nerve
trouble and keep th ?nn constantly on
hand, since I find they have no equal."
A. H.Brake guarantees them. at 50c.

<'>c i:t :L t ;x" :." I:; l]:e ? rovel

I 4; a- 'I .w, ouly
S(', ,fy c. ';;:r C:te-. I.' t
v C '" I .
I'lo.ie Of :;it. Mo3.s.t of the o)je.t[iOl"
Cn 1 y 1h,.e v:.:0ue mind-
ed \(oa;i if nui rn (.. Iture (p-'obably
theii most va'..ue nm ind.d world that has
ever exlie.xd, are i qiite narrow and
2hili.:l'I. To s-:y ,thhi thie detective tale
,g eensational is s;ii'ly to say that it
is full of t.-,.ii ] or is aesthetic. Aes-
thetic is the Greek for sensational.
Sensational is the Latin for aesthetic.
To say that the thrill which it gives
is connected with bald and positive
sin, with bald and positive death and
not with any of the fine spun drawing
room emotions which it is now the
fashion to consider "deep," is to pay it
a high compliment.
The Bible is concerned with these
great plain sins and jii'l-n,,nt1. So
are the great Greekl dramas, so are
the tragedies of the Elizabethans, so
are thie old ballads, and so are all men
anywhere who live lives sufficiently
real to have ever seen the great plain
sins and judgments.
There is one good argument, as I
have said, and one only, against the
police mystery, and that is that police
,y* -,.,-'.-s exist to destroy mystery
when they have created it. A sad tale
should be saddest when we finish it;
a happy tale should be happiest when
we finish it; a stirring tale should be
most stirring at the .end, a fantas-
tic tale most fantastic at the end.

But this klnd of mysterious tale is
not most mysterious at the end. It
is then least mysterious, or, rather,
not mysterious at all. Instead of mak-
ing a commonpi-ace thing mystical
(the aim of all good art) the detec-
tive reverses the process and makes
a mystical thing commonplace. And
from this comes that one fatal weak-
ness in the sensational novel of crime
and detection, the one thing that does
separate it, I anm afraid, from great
fiction, the fact that there is no im-
pulse to read it again. A detective
tale we have -read is an empty bottle
of w ine, :n e::I!.,I 1 ** ,-I l. a tf- ;ii.: de-
st r '-c-. The nii.stery of lI.e -:fit .yv of
Hamlet is alive n r1l kl!in] still .-O,
K. Chestertonin London News.

Cliha. W. (Glass, a'i emeier of li
ti m o1l Adnin G. a t.'o., A hlolesal
,im rci.ani.-i f I M .,bia i, i fited Si. A .'
Olt -t \\ ,'i-k in the ii le re it i> iI
1! ute and 1 .,, o irjelent !t. An
drew inerchaniM to give them a trial
Mr. ( Gass is also proprietor of th,
Glass Music Publishing Co of Chi
cago. Ill., and is a young writer r ant
composer of note.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L)t.\V t. w
ara stopping at P. M. Grilll, lelt
iMoIo,dav morning I',, a I w l,\ ya visil
at tile hlivi e ol I.,. t'r:ii, ai Cro.
F. A. W itherill arliV'I i iIe fi r'u
New Oi(leans on liire Tliil; n INSl
W ed:.esday, aIttiv .-'; .ii .a .,\I a.
days with hi- bro li.r, t !Li. k on
board the yacht litiee ul hlich. he
has charge.

MarleAntoinette'u Milliner.
Among tho-?e perl-orus t' whom Marie
Antoinette, queen ot' I'rrnneo. paid par-
ticular attention was her mill:u:.nr-. ^n.
Bertin. When the queen oIute'rtid Par-
is in 1779 the milliner pina,.e herself In
a balcony with thirty i.-f her work-
wottiCen a, nnid her hii.i, t s 'lh? r[asse.!
wa vt-. Lt r -ha l t..i Ics public
di-4r i 1C tfj da k he ,fr ff e
milliinI]-. 4 -1 iriel e s clh is ;ui riort.ance
from her interviews 'lith the u ieeni
that she used in her sl.,, the same
laInii'nve the minister u-.,l c.-:_enuiag
the audiences he had witi her royal
customer in the caliinet. Wlhen .a fas-'
tidious woman could "not be i-hi.WJ
with the various caps pre~,'nt-l to her
choice Mlle. Bertin woul'. observe,
"Show the lady some s-pelirulers of my
last consultation with her majesty."

Value of Routine Vm'rl,-
Routine is a blessed thii:g when some-
thing happens to reduce the moral driv-
ing power which keeps us _-1iw-,, the
courage, purpose and go.i d cheir'that
give life present joy as elil as mean-
ing. It is good in moments of depres-
sion or weariness that there is a path
marked out ahead each d:)y whli-h men
follow because it is tlhewi: that there Is
time which custom has set for them to
get up, to eat, to work, to rest, to read,
go to bed again. They iu,.)\ ul-i.ng the
grooves of41abit and get all t:ie benefit
of their inheritance and tieir experi-
ence. The general may quit the field
for a time if he chooses; th*l army has
its marching plan and knows what is
expected of it.-New York .Mail.

A Daredevil Ride
often ends in -a sad accident. To heal
accidental injuries, use Bucklcn' Ar-
nica Salve. "A deep x.-uid in my foot.
from an accident," writ,-s Tlhe-,.hri'
Schuele, of Columbus, 0., "'.u.-i..1 nme
great t pain. Physici ns were helpless,
Bucklen's Arnica Salve quickly healed
it." Soolthes and heals burns like mar-
ic. 2Cc. at A. H. Brake's

_o . r ;i'n l ii l ;"- .

t'.;'. A no-ler spe;i.:,s is r .. 1a .
mio !h, Uiid havin;- no po-' .2-.' l~oco
motion it lies buried in the .;[ ". v-* it
the bottom. is Lead alone p, ..t-' ::'.i
reray to engulf any prey ih:u ;,.
wan ier into its cavernous J.i lti .
Is a ferocious kind of shark.e c- a.i?-L';
a huge eel. All of these moj.aters are
black as ink. Some of 11hem are per-
fectly blind, while others have enor-
mnous, goggling eyes. No rny of sun-
light ever pierces the dark. infathome,,
caves in which they dwell. Eihcb
species is gobbled by the specisca next
bigger, for there is no vegetable life
to feed on.--Spare Momeuta.

Best Cough Mledicine fr 'lrien'.
When you buy a cough irn.-l in. for
small chiildreni you want "in- in which
you can place implicit i.-'itidci;,:-. You
want one that not only rli1 v.-r 1it ,..i ,' .
Yon want one that. is ,i ii) i-. i.:. il)ly
i irmiess. You wanm t one ti-,t is p',.., R nt
to take. Ch am beilain ', C >',,u h hiemedy

m eets all of these e ,,rl. i >ior. 'I :r.-: is
nothing so good for the -nT;.ihs .;ni c Ids
ueident to childhood. It. i. al>o a cer-
tain preveutive and cure for ci ..up, and
there is no danger whatever from hiit.. ",-
ing cough when it is given, It liasA it.,ii,
used in many epidemics of itn.t di".;-a-
wilh perfect success. For ,.ilr- lv L. M.
Ware, St. Andrew and BahLa-nl a i al
medicine dealers.

VV.14nn It Vwaw IVirxit rrsaned r F .o
NewI. l'i.' .1 < :L i .
T i *- n1 :(- ': i., ,' .t' .t "

4 - I I <_ ; i \ : -"
in the little vohlm e p !'o- i,

p : l 0 I ,
. ".. D>ie.

Eata. In the Vo' es., n (he r 7 h1i'
It is not only cigars that vary in name WValdZeaj-muller, better -. l. v
without varying in quality. The pres- IIelletizcd form of :.- -
ent writer was once to:d when hesitat- e',, i :.. :.. T:Irce or ..' .' tiLO
ing between "fresh eggs" ut ten a treatise we-e p.liis;: . i ae
shilling and "good breakfast eggs" at fore 1507, anr. a few- ..' W rd
eight a shilling or something to that ef- an edition with:ot aft' ,:.. 'ic at
feet that these two brands were pre- Lyons by Je.In ci' a Pit; .' tetse
cisely the same, but had to be sold as editions anre of c1t.., an1
two qualities because no customers prolbal)ly b ti printeil .' I i th
would buy eggs at a shop where only rarest of all. i: ..', i'.' of t1e
one quality was advertised. That may British mus ..in. 1 * .
or may not be so. The fact remains of it. It ha: a," '--. I t'. :
that there are many qualities of eggs any maps v.-",- 11-I'r I . '. ,*- _"
known to all housewives before we get ny either of the I il.i, : i
down to what a late-comedian termed ways been .li '1 It it .,.- ..I.-'
briefily "eggs."-London Chronicle. map with tLe v.it.l I ,. ir:' ., ,., .->.
on the n1%w fv** !i w\. n I n i t'..- IT:N-1
Mothers! Mothers! Mothers! puon tle Ow,," -,- -. -. :... I f'.. T,
How many children area this season "Enarrationr- ,l -, .- r in .
feverish and constipated, with bad .,n,. ti- in
stomach and headache. Mother Gray's Juli Sil olv--t.:," at v I-
Sweet Powders forChildren will always enna in 152-. ft.r .l.:,rm. : ', i..
cure. If worms are present they will In this map Il.r. -. v x., .. -.
certainly remove them. At all drug- ed as a long i-l.-,ii., n v .'-'1I i- d:'. i>
eis's, 25c Samples mailed FREE. Ad- scription: "Anin ii. 14:-7 li t I rr-.i -.-
dress, Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y. adjacentibus iu-inli i', i, I -.t I'l-T
Columbum l n'..i,".n .,- ; to., re, .
PARKER S -- gis Castelle. Am,-.-i.-. I'", Ui,,-'-."
Cleanscs and beaanifiel. the hair.
Promotes a luxuriant growth. iWhere t(l:-re Is much' pretPlieni
Never Pail to Restore Gray I
H air to it t YoutLtful Color. lu110h hax s be- n -borro -. ed. I:..t:'.i-i r)kir
C dres scalp diseases & hair falling.
5oe, and $1.00 at Dniggist er preteuds.-- La viH... "



Aycr's Pills aro gently laxative.
They greatly aid the Sarsaparilla.

The Manmmnoth Ie..-Aizg Figure at

L is everyv.-L- :i '. ly '13 *-:

of i,,.- eastern precept-,r i 1 .'-i ..* ti .i.
But in no city in the orient do the
form and face of IBuddba constitute
so fC,_.iU-,ilit or so e-selntial a part of the
city's decoration as in I;:, ;.in, Bur-
ma, starting place off Mr. Kip!litn:_~'
famous "Road to Mandalay," tim
stronghold of Buddhists. Notable
even among the countless statues or
Rlangun is the mammoth IBuddha, rep-
ile-.'. : :- the strange teacher jn :
standlin or sitting crosslegged, as it-
the majority of statues, but recluiting
on a huge raised conhi,, his might
form stretched out for 200 foct, whi.-
his shoulders rival the w-idh of that
wonder of the ancient wor-d, the Col9:a
sus of IRhodes, their titiaule lrCeadtl
reaching fifty feel.
But one among the wonders of Ron
gun, this ;u;Llhty figure rentr ici-r ti!
famous ShoVy Dagon, athe ce:tc- of tlh-
Burmese Buddhist wor.i, crowned b
the golden pagoda, which rises 300 feec
above it, its walls covered with purn
gold,-the gift of a prince who contr-ib
uted his weight in gold to the pagoda
In the Shoay Dagon there are countless
other statues of Buddha, as well as
relics of Gautama, the last Buddha.
All, equally with the huge reclining
Buddha, form a part of the religious
rites of the Buddhists, for the es-
sence of Buddhism consists in the
struggle to become like Buddha. to at-
tain his perfection by obedience to his
precepts. To do this it is necessary al-
ways to have Buddha in mind, and It
is for this reason that every city in the
Buddhist world is literally crowded
with his images. Buddha himself is
not deified. Potentially every Eud-
Ilhi-t may attain his perfection, but
only by the eternal imitation of his
Itit, while statues such as Rangun's
huge colossus are important in Bud-
dhist worship, of even more importance
are the relics of Buddha.
It was about the Shoay Dagon that
the Burmese made their last fierce fight
when the British came to Rangun. A
Venetian traveler of 300 years ago vis-
iting the Shoay DIagon has left a de-
scription of this famous temple, con-
ceding its claim to rivalry with his ,
own Venice, that would serve as a con-
tv: :pit.,,..-us description, and today,
as in untold centuries past, the Bur-
mese still bring their offerings of flow-
ers and fruit, candles and paper flags,
to lay before the huge reclining Bud-
dha, whose hands would afford com-
fortable standing room for four of the
worshipers and whose gigantic face
wears the strange, inscrutable expres-
sion of calm which is the outward
mark of spiritual Buddhism. New
York Tribune.

IUEN AND W\OMN i tlhii county and ad-
joining territories, to represent and ad-
vertise an old established house of solid
fininc:al standing. Salary to men $-21
weekly, to women $12 to $18 weekly with
Expenses advanced each Moniday by check
direct fr im headquarters. Horse arnd hug-
gy furnished when necessary; position
oermanent. Address Blew Bros. & Co',
Dept. 5' Monon Building, Chicago, Ill.

An Ancient Site Sa.l to Hi.ive Been
Bailt by lai-raoh.
The crocodile, one of the most sacred
animals of the east, h:as- given its ,an-n
to several ancient sit- Of the vani'.-:
"cities of crocodiles," h1- na eas o
which have been handed doowAn to u ;
iHerodotus, Pliny and Stral). iF :-
the most':tril;ing \I- a the "Citrw ':';

..' I;M \v h ; :,; ., >. ,,. :.' '., :*' .
was built by thut 1i .pr' ', '.
the lives of the children of lsraer .1.
ter with hard service."
This province lies within a-n alhn).
complete circle of hills-a little o:;s'
in the midst of the desert, where ro. -(
and grapes mingle with figs and olivc
and luxuriant palm trees grow alinos-
Into forests.
Itas e-pital Is Medinet, and a little 1t.
the north of the city are a nuai"ber of
ire, ,..ia.Irly shaped ;,...'i '-. Bc c!tlL
the;.;e are the ruins of the p!hara'")t
,...i.t "(.' .,'., poli." the "City of
Crocoilies," later called Arsinoe, anil
the sha.i:ne of ti:e sacred crocod'le of their
ne)i g!bo:-riIg 'Lake Mceri;, v.ici-h was
then - mile. in c-ircunmftTen'e.
This lahle holdl thie sacred c:rocodilcs.
and a; e'tchi died in turn it was bu'real
in one-of thie i,:0) undergraornd s-oul-
cheir of tl'e world fi'ine "Labyri'"
at ha:ind, side -y vi.ie with t"he balu
e, b3,_-(. oef s,-cesive pharaoh-s.--
PhiK-dei!pin Le~ie".

S:-e 0';o0 -1;t oYr Iliia.
She--O ,- .:' o.'n: Nicw do yo'o
o' I ,a:;r I :a:. t : IrB Nexdore
ju.. t nov,-, a tI I .- adn'it hotp I:: .'. ,;n
of you. ne--Aud was she i. a ;.
me? She-Not exactly. She was eom-
D(a.ir;!" on the weather and just asked
me if I cos'Ad Imagine anything more
1li.'u-ij,- t1J disagyeeable.-Philadel-
Q hi i'rus.-

You know the medicine that
makes pure, rich blood-
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Your
mother, grandmother, all your
folks, used it. They trusted


it. Their doctors trusted it. ,
Your doctor trusts it. Then
trust it yourself. There is
health and strength in it.
"I suffered terribly from Indigestion and
thin blood. I found no relief until I took
Avr'5r Sa.TTaparirla. Four bottles perma-
Lhcliy CurIrl me."
MRS. F. R. HART, Mt. Kisco, N. Y.
s. i .sTottIa .7 C A- nco.,
R.h lfor o d r. iss.

!Rich Blood


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4:22 2:55 Mobile, 12:30 n'n 1:25 /"
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The Tnrkey' Real Name. and turkey it is to this day. Muheb
The original-name of the turkey ws mane be:utofui and musical was the"
oocoocoo, by Which it was known by culiar to th fl ock whenoo, the notes puing them-
the native Cherokee Indians. It is sup-to the flok whe sunning t
posed that our pilgrim fathers, roam- selves in perfect content on the river
ing through the woods in search of beaches.-Sun.et Magazine.
game for their first Thanksgiving / Fortvenu.
Spread, heard the oocoocoo calling in Little five-year-old Edith was take
the familiar tones of our domesticated to dentist, who removed an aching
fowl, "Turk, turk, turk." These first tooth. That evening at prycf a hber"
Yankee huntsmen, mistaking this tohTher wat Murpris-d to hear her say.
frightened cry of the bird for its real ..
song, immediately labeled it "turkey." ,,, o s wef.rgiv

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The Conditions Which Bring About
'Theile Deudly Binat,.
The sandstorms of African desert
are caused by the great power of the
sun's rays, the extreme dryness of the
air and the small conducting power of
the sand. The superflcial layers of
sand In the deserts of Afrien and
Arabia often become heated to 200) de-
grees F. to a depth of several incbes
The air resting on this hot sand be-
comes alfo greatly heated, thus causing
ascending currents. As a result air
flows nlu from all side(, and, different
currents meeting, cyclones are formed.
which are swept onward by the wind
prevailing at the time. Since the tem-
perature of the air, originally high, is
still further rnlsed tby the heated grains
of sand with which it Is loaded. It
rapidly Increases to a most intolerable
degree. In the shade It lihas been known
to reach 126 degrees. It is to the parch-
ing dryness of this wind, its glowing
heat aud Its choklug dust aud not, as Is
sometimes supposed, to any poisonous
qualities it possesses that Its destruc-
tive effects on oinlmal life are to be
ascribed. The effects of sandstorms
are moat terrible, large caravans being
frequently overwhelmed and destroyed
by them. It was by their agency that
the armies of Cambyses and Sen-
nalcherib were annihilated.

Mow Thoie Who Live Below All
Veg eltiou Get Their Food.
"Naturally the fish of the deep por-
tions of the ocean are carnivorous, no
vegetable life being found below 200
fathoms," writes W. ., Harwood in
Harper's Magazine. "In the Atlantic
ocean the vast Sargasso sea, containing
8,000,000 square miles of surface-a
great marine prairie as large as the
whole of the United States exclusive of
Alaska and dependent Islands-affords
vegetable food for uncountable ani-
mals, which.in their due time die and
are precipitated to the depths, their
bodies in turn to be eaten by the ani-
mals which live far below all vegeta-
tion. So it is throughout the whole
ocean; animal life is constantly falling
Irom the surface waters for the sup-
port of the animal life of the abyss. A
very large number of the deep sea an-
Imals are exceedingly tenuous or trans-
hucent in form-so to put it-having no
-special organs of nutrition, but taking
to their nourishment through the walls
of their bodies, appropriating from the
water the food which suits them. Some
of them have a bony structure, a skele-
ton, which they form ,also from the
water, silica and carbonate of lime be-
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By Curran Richard GrCenley

(C f-p t riiht,r ;1 1. T. C. '.c Ilr-,-

lay inider th!i I; o. .k \lii Mis.
Reobecca. satl .i- inj t'je dark.ii*..l [. ar-
lor. Now tl:. liii'i.ii lia v.-irl, hei
alone, and s&he I ..l.vwe, n :1rily thi.
trail of the,-- yojr., that 1L d brutighl
only troul.l :,.1ji 1., -.
Je.i-lca sloud .tll i, th.. doi.)rw:iy at
siglit ofa tie bt ', .v lt' s. olh.i' could.
find no 'rd, l .ilay. li'lt drew
Mi.-iss lhliet..a'-. held dov.'u and held
her ch.lo-e to heor strung, y.Uun;, uirn.,..
.Mi,;s lH_'le '-i lifted' l a hLo o'le-.- face
"Ch'bild. I do nit nmuirn f,'r him. It is
for you. Jei.a.e, thi~. old hour.? and a
pitiful ten i a r-..-< is ail that is linft, and
evea tL.,t i b;un.:t Ie' sold during my
lifetime. T -'lre is nothing, nothing, :
Don't tti!k toi int now. I cannot bear
It. I must try to think." And Miss
Rebecea crept away to her room.
Left to herself, the girl stood looking
out toward the cliumi of live oaks that
to\vpre'l nlioe the general's grave. She
remembered that there" had alwa y%
beetu little e-onu-nil.'s practiced by Miss
Rebecen, and the days when the gen-
cral would shut himself in with a
mass of papers--always after the visits
of those men from town. Now the end
had come. But the old home was still
theirs, even though shorn of its broad
acres, and an idea came to her. That
night she v.'rote the letter that went
in the northern mail, signed with the
boyish scrawl of "J. L. Marvin."
Business was unusually dull in the
office of Rlepplier Bros., florists, and
the morning mail received instant at-
tention. James Repplier tossed a letter
across to his brother John. "Read
that, John."
Reppiler Pros.
Gentlemen-Is there any market-for cut.
flowers direct from the south-cape jas-
mine, English violets, roses and all va-
rieties of the, lily? Can make arrange-
ments for r'.c-:ing and shipping to arrive
in good condition. I should be glad to re-
ceive orders. Respectfully,
Aldanp, M;gs.
John Repplier laid the letter down
and looked up inquiringly. "Might be
a good idea. What do you think?"
"Well! We will be pretty apt to need
a large supply in the next forty-eight
hours, as that Garling funeral will call
for more than we can furnish from our
own plant.
Ten minutes later the message went
off that electrified the household at
Bois d'Are:
Send all available blooms. Letter to
follow. Terms guaranteed.
Miss Rebecca was bewildered at the
very idea of money to be gained from
the profusion that rioted in hedge and
arbor and over the waste of unkempt
gardens, but Jessica rallied the idle ne-
groes and worked all night until the
dawn, when Uncle Reuben drove down
to Aldana with a wagon load of bas-
kets filled to the brim with fragrant
Evening brought the letter that made
possibility certainty, and busy days
followed for Jessica. More land was


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-' .' i :i. :1 ) 1 h ;: h ul l'iC te t..StrtiU'c
,i11 [;J,... l \"i h i: roomn ,.f ti, e gi
i.,td n.'" '-.-,rv."l as ti ii: l'' .ji.' re ,
"i. 1 II o ,.i wi; .ngly l-t go, the reii
l{ I '.: i'.\l'e' inr ) Jes.sl.ia' hi ndi l
I'' Li.r'ii A li lU t l.s rejoiced in
.' ll I p:iiitry. an]! bit by hit tU
il'1I ri' 'er wa:is rtored. excepting a
.v:,'. the tall, sold.ilrly figure that ha
I .int from ain,.n-g thenn forever
.'**. lbr bad comin, iand a soft ba2
.:: .,' .r t!.- unny fields, and a tang -
.r.-ti I rIk I in the breeze. Jessica la
'n il..' hi:ii:rou k undpr the plnes, hE
...-. hual hair n low back In a ruddi
,.i midl the )Irs of sunlight fleekin
ii.. monthh 'live of- her rounded cheek
'': "'l.h.'!i light ns she swayed bac
n 1 1 iit. ;I picture that held the ir
i r r liiunt until thie crunching of th
t.'-d-Al.s hoeneath his feet brougb
Si to herself. That he was ver
.i t.- look at was patent at the firi
-! .r.. Thie i thlet 'ti fiure, keen, dar
.- :ii d rniling mouth made Jamu
: ':.,,.r rn interesting study to th
iiin I. f' lnin ine.
"I Ion pard in, but is this IBois d'Ar(
:. !. ; "'. l.ntation?"'
:c:. This is Bois d'Are. I am th

"'.,? J.1. L. Marvin?" nepplie
1n5",l lil:inkly. "But we had sul

'"lihat I were a man?" she broke 1
:.ervously, then, looking at the car
lint;, he handed her, "Mr. Repplier?
S :, little later' Iepplier found hin
Pir in the tui old parlor receiving fb
S... welcome of IMiss Rebeccn.
-e was carried away with Bois d'Ar
rd its vague air of a better titie tha
.'imly expressed the actual assured pc
iti,,u that had been his life motive
-elf made from the days of drifting
Satifhood. when the two homeless boy
;id str'igle(l against the current o
he Chicago streets, it had been an ui
'ill fight, with little time for the soft
:h'inms of life, and here the state
,oonIs where the sunlight filter
through h the small paned windows t
iall on faces of dead and gone Mar
-ns, the quaint wainscoted dinin
room. with its time stained treasures
'he white table, with its glitter of si
.r and glass; the sweetness of flower
:nid the two gentlewomen so different
.'oihi all the women that he had en
a:ou.ered in the rush of the city-h
'eeid"!1 there and then to linger a
mi'. a;s hPe decently could, answerin
,.'re, y to the running fire o
'ri:ht n'...e-nse that Jessica kept up
lie felt that s'michow he had always
I.lnown that soft voice and ripplin
IHe followed her into the garden
who',e the moonlight gleamed ove
.y masses of chrysanthemum
,hat stood in t'll ran;,ks. A niagl
l-.it in the wvim'n' alleys of that ol
-.,!r''., walleA in by the lu;h fra
.;an:ce of roses. Dcsperv't:ly, helpless
1'-, hI.' ent down lfufoiy. I.ll.it smai
i :.'iin v. ho tnilk'eo oin of flowers Ian
-* ill of tv'wert andi ~'To w vtryv i! ip a
tieni o(f his irrml-.o. V- t rce ii's. At Ins
-'.~,t ventlnre,. "'Yo"n expcP('e'l to c(on1.ul1
with 'Mr. Marvin' a; to ti. bisines
for cothie' n s:.s ":"S
Iop;'li('r Imlel' ln ;': l t1o 'th: r n-u
; n';i out of the cl,... fle hii.1 f r',:)
ten his e-r'rad.
"Yes; I h. ;i a .. ri.:"-" .' ,:
froil ou'r thi-il. You lu 1 t.iv i ;-I o
tch'_f s ur!'Ce of at np i.. ;.., r'-. ,.-,s -
nmonths, anc wevt have d,-I d ,'I '* ";
you an inte'roet if yc';-u,:': e i
vworik under ojr su:o.':'-v.,cd."
Jessi' ,ca il'pplioe' w--nt t i.i; ;o, ; ; :
in a sta-te of m nd (l t't i: .: -(
ton ,i i l y fir h .o- :-:::i ::. io
the' wit"re anli.=l. i.
'i.rnnm, --thi,' -i)rt, : ,- : t i-
sui ::miOi! far odt i ; i:';; li-s- i .'."
nT"i .. .\.. as, the i:.'I i f ..,:: (I Ar
had p a:;scl to ;lk" l Ih n'-, T': '' I
bell st i nVu :ut :-':i 1 i:, ., ] : ,; s 0 ;'.
it hald do(hrm whei ii a.n;'ver lo is '"
t ,.S dusky Ie wen':t fo: i i ,'; i:i ,
':,."S t to o;l for the mr:sit'r of l ;
d'Arc. So w\v'l:e e' ;::v;' y (;'' ;i ('):'',
of i"-inds resipon .l., ;. :: i,'. !x le )
t i1! w ith (he e UL.:n I ,'': .
.Iessi; a wa;a; : ec:J[c1 L.,i.i. tilh,. n'n a
he s:t d-):"i t.) .in.' .t ii:;.: t w-, v::
f- a.ilt fried ,l-'i:'. A" h. -.-..
t h e ,m ia l l n]i : 't; i;hl S l .. . ; 1
the o'e cihe o cshe vi; n:o:; of tG. ni' .m
came )ack in full for-e.
Itepplier h]:d no c'x,';iFen for pro'on?,
ing his sta y, I.h I lie f'-e J,>-;sic: dr.ov'
him (: ,.\' to Al'lanit l:e iinan;A' i I. 1
extract an invit:;tian f.r t I' 1: .!:'.y
fr'om Miss lIe)e'>cc-. l(,';p'i .' hI
touche,1 her str'anig lv wviih hi.-: hil i
wistful re.mark. "'Chyi;tmas i:j an enip)
ty word to me, I hlave- never h.nil
Christmans .oe. as .Teasica c;:-ne

across tihe yard from the oince, 10op
pler nmet hlr' with s4:c i honIst g-lail-
lness in face and voice that she forg-ot
her scruples andl waknined him ,as
gladly. A lion. h. : ,ppy week, for .es-
rica, her guwird once d(,;wn. throw her-
soef into the spirit of the hour'. Iep-
plier found his crumpled rose leaf.
hat.vever, in IIe' person of ('h.rliec Car-
r;-'.- Lou. w Vil. I \\:. .i '- C,.1i's } \w .
"Too '.o ,ul,-'.lly consinly,'' ti:h iiiii
Reopplier as the swift days flew. Ile
had never cared for ila jib;n. but it
was dull xork to stand in the shadow
while Jessica circled the room in Char-
Sie's- arms. But at last the round of
dances and nierr.vn'-kil.in. drew to a
lose. Repplier grew desperate. There
was( only one day left to him. If Miss
Rebecca had earned his gratitude be'-
fore she now had his undying affection
In the hour when she pressed ('h.irlie
Into service to drive her to the next
It was one of those dreary, midvin-
ter afternoons, and the open fire flick-
ered cheerily. Jessica commenced a
furious onslaught with the poker.
'Poking a fire is a positive stimulant
on- a day like this."
"Is it? Let me try it." He took the
poker, and they knelt together on the
broad hearth. A merry war of words
lnd then a silence that neither of them
lared to break, Jessica gazed deep in-
:o the heart of the fire, but Reppller's
eyes were on the dark curls. He could
not see her face. As lide dropped the
poker she- stretched out her hand to
ind it caught and held-"JessicaI" It
was just a whisper, but the rich color
went over her face, and the hand flut-
ered within the strong grasp that held
t prisoner as he went on. "I know it Is
oo soon, but I cannot go and leave imy
tory untold. Yout know that I have
)ved you from the moment that I first

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saw you. I belive that I hulve loved
you always. At );ve and beyond ail law
of caste, all ereane orf n'rth andl
south, somewh e, omehbow, you have
belonged to irue and I want my own."
Outside th raindrops pa ttered
against the loi g, window., then. the
neiuh of a horse at Charlie and Miss
Rebecca drove through the big gate.
The brown head droppe-d lower. anil
the hand In hfs no longer struggled to
escape. Quick to gra-.p his \antagi'U
ground, lie drew the slihlt figure to
him. For just the briefet time Ills lips
sought hier; then, tlushed and shy. Jvse
sics retreated to the tho.r und of th,'
rug asN .Mis l110l0e..-a, tauIndiug in the
open door, read the end of the chapter.

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,', By Martha McCulloch-Williams
' Copyright. 1904, by Martha McCalloch-Wiliams
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er Harrowby town held Its breath, "nt. o"ld.lut the senator come bac.
p- watching the encounter of the Carrs ine.t '-mLlueri for the wedding? Sh
and the Phillipses. Superticiall., it hope so, most devoutly. Louise wa
n. was a comedy; potentially, a tragedy. such a dear, the Phillipses did not il
d After loftily ignoring each other for the least mind that she would bring,
" thirty years, (lih rival houses were at her' hu,t:and only herself.
n- last force.ei 4e intimate conlzaiiu t. Senator Bluff was genial, but evasive
3e ounerf eacT7 other. 11 i also iwa. ,lear sighte... By some
It came about unturally en.)gh. ,Johb, nl-' ap1.rdJi:itg iyvtuitiou be had
re Carr u:ni Lu.:e Phillip,i. the l,:.esent l-ok'-d into Louise's beairt and found
it hb-ads of the ntiuiiliii. ihd been in col- its deeps untroubled, untenanted. Bu
o- lege iny- the >l-o,).n friends of Billy he was not very sorry for what Orian;
e. Bluff, who now, as the famous Bena- had said. It gave- him exactly th
g tor Blufi. was iu iHarrowby on purpose opening he was longing for. So th
Fs to visit tl.1-'i. A great card was the next day, as he stood with Louise b(
>f senator. Ne.tl;r of the enemies could side the raspberry thicket, helping he
P- afford to pi'.e him up wholly to the pick berries for lunch, he said offhand
2r other. As he kniw nothing of the un- edly: "Say, ladybird, if you want t
y friendliness. tl.- did not choose to en- get nmarried,'don't worry yourself ove
d lighten him. (C."tJ'aiLwise, they made way and means. I'll tend to al
to tacit and teml,,)r.iry truce, s,'-aking that"-
r- civilly to each other in his presence "Indeed!" Louise said, with a wicked
g and even sitti-"L at -ach other's boards smile. "You're taking a big contract
s: to do hinm ',jldial honor. :-sen'itor. You'll have to provide every
I- This was losI. a n!lvard than it might thing,-from the bridal veil to th
rs have i tenmc, in.e there had never been' b:idegroom. Have you a constituen
It a violh'ut tbren!ch---.ly a drawing away yearniUg to sacrifice himself on you
- and likuig to tlhe other side of the 'ltart"
e street or w er heads in casual en- "Nt that I know of," the senate
s counters aid, laughing. "It's my constituent
g The quarrel was over the choice of a :bo have a representative after tha
)f minister, and. of course, all the bitter- J)b. Tell ne, honor bright, do you car
P. er for that. The Carrs had been worst- or' Lu.e Phill:ps':"
,r ed, and, though they still came to St. "I wouldn~ have him a: a gracious
SMAlicha-I's and duly supported all its gift," L.o'uie burst ouL-
g good works, ihiy took no part In any- mentorr BIhff sm:led-nlmost a
ww IFly as he had donIe.
, thing else. Tlier.efor)e everybody felt "i tt ce he i, "since I ha
that thvir grudge. was the greatest. i t c.s. le id, "snce 1 a
* Luke PhJl'ilis pretty well ran the min- ,. .t.ken to nmarry you of0, i'11 hav
i sisters and quite ran the church. to take you myself."
S A runaterful, man, with a daughter of Louise sail i' !" again, ut wit]
his o\w stripe, he could not very well a ditierot inflection.
help It. Orimna, the daughter, was in- The weing came off in a fortnight
sI deed -,. much a chip off the old block Nore of the Philli.se were t]:ere-
l her fine name made part of the comedy. thry h:d each and severally suddenIy
She was twenty-five, tall and stout, discovered that tUeir constitutions de
1- nddmuti i
t with dark eyes and a fine carriage, to landed -mountalu air.
g say nothing of the way she wore her
clothes. Almost every Sunday her The P-etioal Indian.
fingers fairly itched to get hold of Despite the belief to the contrary thn
Louise Carr'. ribbons. Indians are a poetical people. One
Louise was the younger by five years, evidence of this is the fanciful names
sweet faced and sunny tempered, but they give their rivers. For instance
woefully c. reless as to how she looked. Mississippi means father of waters
So she hbinl ,clea clothes and whole it .1innehalul.., laughing water; Housa
never ':.'iinered her In the least what tonic, wvirning waters; LHoricon (the In
else they were or were not. She cer- dian naine of Lake (George) means sil
tainlydid look odd In plain coat sleeve) ver water, and Ohio means fair to lool
when c\e y other woman aIn church upon.
had dangling, baggy puffs and frills
all over her urIi,. Not IHuniorous.
lieh. :is if he had not seen her first "I see," said the man, "that yot
In a l.;rrty fro-k with no sleeves to don't use the mother-in-law joke any
speak 'f ;Seiitor Bluff might not have more."
given her a '.second thought. Hie was a "No," admitted the humorist. "Whei
bachelor and as rlch as he was distil- I set up in business I was told that she
guilsled. GoSsip hinted, too, that he was one of the dozen or so original
was loiktbig for a wife. Gossip said jokes, but since my marriage I find
also Iu a way not to be gainsaid he that she is no joke at all."-Clevelanc
would look a long time before finding Leader
anybody better suited to the position HEALTH IS Y^UTH.
thu Orlana. 'HEALTH IS YOUTH.
than Oriana. 1
Oriana herself was quite of that
opinion, although of course she kept it Disease and Sickness Bring Old Age.
uiinpoken. Senator Bluff was certainly Herbine taken every morning before
imprre'-ed at their first meeting. He breakfast, will keep you in robus
insisted upon putting up at the hotel, health, fit you to ward off disease. I
although dnlu or breakfasting ueverl cures constipation, biliousness, dyslep
althoughdining or breakfatng every sia, fever, skin, liver and kidney com
day with hir old college chums. Louise plaitns. It purifies the blood and a clear
was away at her grandmother's when the complexion. Mrs. F. W. ,Smith,
he came. Thus for a whole week Ori- Whitney, Texas: writes Acril 3, 1902
ana had a clear field. "I have used Herbine, and find it the
Then the Grays gave -a party, and best medicine for constipation and liver
Louise danced at It, a slim white troubles. It does all you claim for it. ]
wraith moving on winged feet, with can ixghly recommend it." 50 cents a
Yellow hair tumbling all about her bottle Sold at the Tad4n- Post, St.
rosy face aud every fiber vibrant with drew la
joy in the music and the rhythmic mo-
tfion. For Sale!
Intil hi' saw her Senator Bluff had We offer for' sale a strip from the
said staidly that his dancing days were south side of the north half .of the
over. At fifty one might well leave northwest quarter of section 10, town-
such things to the new generation- ship 4 south, range 14 west, running
Jutlge then Orlana's wrath when she from the school house to Watson bayou,
saw him waltzing with Louise and adjoining Millville on the south. Will be
waltzing extremely well, looking full sold in acre, quarter, or half-acre lots.
Ina his partner's face the while and The price asked will be according to
smililug as he bad not smiled since he location. W. A. EMMONS & CO.
came to Harrowby.
SNext day It was even worse. The ...... .:
senator breakfasted at the Carrs and 3 RfAl ,m FE.CH FEMIALE
lIamediately afterward took LouIse and
lier mnother- fqr a long vagrant drive AM doR N Re '(or uPPE Dri.y, cN O.
about the country. Capping the clImax. flER KNOWN TO F[.Baf,.! stsir,.! ,aedvi satis. -
he brought them along with him to .r.,rS, ... ei,,ntem o l..tet )he
dine at the Phillips house, saying airily i hv then scd yourorder h tohe
to Oriana, who was mistress of it: ,ITEDMDItoCALco...eoxy4,Ismr P1. .
"You see, I take your father at his
word. He said the house was mine Sold at St. Andrews Bay, Fla., at
while I stayed." DR. MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE.
"You did quite right," Oriana said -
sweetly, reassured by a glance at Lou- lAcure uaranteed if vo ..use
lee. The girl had on a faded blue ging- UDY' S n0iO
ham two years out of date, and her PIE Trmjn lu
hair was positively stringy. No doubt (aed Schools, Satesville, N. C., wrhe : i can say
the senator thought of her as only a saveRo k,.Va.,wris: "Theygiverunivrsalsa I
little girl in the awkward age, hence in Ia pric otr years, have ouhni no ome, y to
need of special consideration. No man y ug i's M i CIrao. sample Free. soa.
in his senses would look at her In com .-. .
prison with Orlann. a stately vision Sold at St. Andrews Bay, Fla
In canary yellow gauze, with dark red At Dr. Mitchell's 9rug Store.
roses nodding against ber bare breast fCall fore free sample.
and nestled timid the darkness of her









hair. *A mailssaET
Loulee gazed at her joyously. "You THg
are always splendid. Miss 'Ana. To- r. ,-' ^ T --
night you are a queen," she said, then "-
went to dinner, quite unconscious of W 3I-s
her own rumpled appearance.T
She had smoothed her hair a bit and '
stuck a spray of sweet peas In the low -,
coil so the flowers drooped against her 7
soft, white reck. Young Luke Phil- ,~ ,J
lips. whla took her our, luuked at her,- Sa-1 .. ric
aOLK ptitr,:,rnizmgly decided tat.t she was i'^^ 1. 5i^"^' a'^ 50c ,h i.uQ j
a dowdy. leforFe dinner ended he -ree Trial.
changed his tilnd. Senaror Bluff man- ;7 ,. .... :C(.l. Co for ll
agedl somehow to set Louise telling THRO.A irind L-.UiTG '1ROUP-
stories and a ting them. She had the 0.ES1, or' mOE Y .ACK.
rare aud he .vely gift o lof sing her- -.i--- : -. -..-; -.-.---::.,a:- -a.



zt?"TIi v h a tver File did.. 80,
'it:ci r etiY blor plate, she'W'as
!-Y um~ltie' winic~tor'svwife making a
~i..14 ii 'T~vIisit. her g-an dmoth-
,,ii: .un.t'ench Peter at the
li~': t :r it-,; jII. the mil-
1 Li I! .I,'Vs bLj.,'on her

'u .ioi Ii eui rhi viod. sighed,
trili to) iv' Jr. .% r,,...tlrc id whim
I* r.Iiiii;,1Il~e l. P %~NWIl 11tA be staIy-
V-l 3;4 iU.n '. ihi,'u I iW1ie junior
'':It i: i tri.tLe It-, kjr iprt-ttry ve11 en-

at-*L'1'Jtr ijitkuSit ae would

woi Oe'jiv i r IcIteil. :iiC)lad lost
the. -on i .t'ovL puli Irviiheuure 14n-

Wd.-s Uit fLice. 'lbrtva -ia a tritie haz-
CrI'Au .bid Z-be VWu;redfor hazards.
6o,,), ilii;o Li';i~oe suing hlia svweet, un-
rr hjed vi~ce tl'c- fl-' triton sotigs she
It 1!4 W. U11.1 IIUtried II -'ChZI eLm rI-S. Gent-
i f cuu ie! Sb d irily purred In Sen-
Bit 11U Lt- e('Vl 1tir j tvIl):Lt I hicfamily
fvcd. at %vbi(-lI 41ju 1-i'flrely i' iited, was
I t sl: t-fa LII 1 1Ily Lv.Ikled. I t was a
t st. ;.5'Nt, but LuIL:e %xould estab-
011h hir:i.-V~flfiit a t.he 14C ear; he was
frehli from cIII liegte, ljoiiz o( iaia's Jun-

k~I L't1. .1yea do If yu -.)Uan a vi.Aam-

--n crs?' t .f:d

1 T TC-D-.

On Sale at the Trading Post, St. Andrew, Fla.

The Day of the Doer. Where Time Is Nothing.
Time was when "Has Been" was ne- MIs Mary E. iDunham in her boot
eepted and respected for the sake of of travels through the Balkan states
What he had done. Not so today. says she found that the idea of women
"Am Noaw" has introduced himself traveling without a male escort In
and is the lion of the hour. those countries struck the people whom
No one cases what has been done. she met as most singular. A Montene.
The world is too busy keeping in touch grin was also astonished at an expend-
with the "Doer" to bother about the iture of money upon travel which
"Done." I seemed to him without an adequate
Maybe you composed an opera yes- purpose.
terday. No one cares. What are you 'i Ea, lsh, he hod been told. want.
compos)min; now? ed to -,. and ,i now everything. T"',.
You tell us lithat your lMt year's pi.- traveled ,.'eryw here. It must Le
ture was the success of the day. Yes, very e.r,,.ilve habit. It had i.e,'-i .
of that day, but that day is gone. What cost me 8, he surgested. to cou, ',.
are you painting now? distance. I admitted that it h-iO, and
Nor does the world care for promise. he expressed great astonishment at the
It accepts not the bud, but the blos- lavish expenditure.
som. "And it takes not only money, but
The "Will Be" is no more welcome time," said my companion.
among the world's workers than is the Hie laughed merrily. "Time! V *'
"Has Been." is time? Time is n-othfng. Y.u a
You may be aLut to sing a beautiful aid then you die." The ide
melody which promises to ring down oning "time" amused him v.-"
the ages. Nobody cares. Shii- it. The "Time," said a Hungarin v p ,
world cannot uffiord to think about uu- of the party, in order to shlow L: .
sung melodies. perior knowledge, "is tL,. 1, .
The world has room for the "Doer" much of by the Englfsh. I have '2
only; the "Nower" is the --,e. told that they have a proverb w0,
This is an age of "Do, we must be ys, 'Time is money.'"
shown!" We corroborated this report, to tY'
It is an age of now, an age of today. astonishmennt of both men, for e-
It recognizes no yesterday. There is no the Hungarian thought this was go
tomorrow.-New York World. rather far. The Montenegrin tho'r
It one of the wildest statements lie h.
The Dragon Tree. ever met with and shook his pu.-'.*
The dragon tree (Dracaena draco), head.
which yields the astringent gum resia no we er rstru
called dragon's blood, is an old settler Mrs. N. was giving istruct- to
Mrs N va g ]i-s tlstrCt,",. I ,s
of the Canary islands. A-veritable-eo- new ,e3cvant: "Before remo-, :.e
lossus of this family onee grew in the soup plates. Mary, always aslk each
town of Orotava, Tenerife, which was person if he or she w-old like any
eighty feet in circumference at the mo-re."
base, hollow inside, with a staircase "Very good, radam."
-for visitors to ascend to the branch- Next day Mary, respectfully bowfng
ings top of the trunk. Humb3ldt re- to one of the guests, inquired, "Would
marks that its antiquity must have the gentlemen like some more soup?"
been greater than that of the pyra- "Yes please"
mids. This giant went down in a hurri- "There isn't any left."-Chiesgo Jour-
cane in 1817. hnal.




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Thi s tIe latest ant t most (,com,1 .'
)and 1ow for working plants in the garden. I
8 S -1.dj 11st1taIle; the weight -the block to
.7-.' which the blado is attached keeps it, in the
Lrrounn an(d the depth of plowing is regulated
y y lifting the handles. A boy 'or girl' of ten
Y ^ iear's tan fiandle it with perfect ease. It has a
4 -n'ho i [ i6)(!( t o h tj is at o f w h ich n :-. -
'* a. i i; --. l pe low lig'htof draft. Tt "has Li, kv blaide-: s f
I rning mold, 2 a. shovel. 3 a ,swvo,.por valfc ii.
ld,:e, 4 a bull-tongue. 5 a ra!,e Wr.'en
S .. with each plow.
', We have made, irl a a
'.^ '"' '- wvni the fa 'tory price, -.f*

..'. ".t -" -.7 :k.

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freight to St. Andrews Bay about one dollar, making tle plow, (eliver1'd
$4.50. But the BuoY proposes to do better than this and will send the Bnov
one vear and fu'nish one of these plows complete at the factory for *.4.50
purchaser to pay freight ,
'The plow may be seen in operation at the editor's residence at any time
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