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: January 4, 1906
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Volume ID: VID00241
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ST. ANDREW, FL


, JAN. 4, 1905.


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CIAL DI ELTORL'.

tor-ist distri.-t, S. Rf. M-il-
*us.uaol:i; 2d Districi. J. P.
-n. .nckson ille.
tatives-TIst District), S. M.
.nan, Tampa; 2d District,
Clark, Lake City; 3d District,
. LAmar Tallahassee.


,;^i -a .:..isfr, \\. G. nobln-
l '*Ir, II. a. Chubl,. Gaines-

--CGvernor, N. B. Broward; Sec-
I'aaay'. H C. Craw or>.; Truasirer,
a K:, att: Attorniey-O1i .ral, W .
S1 s. ConptLioller, A. J. Croom.
.t .. I .it o, Public Instrue-
,. ollo'\ay; Commission-
.e!lute. B. E. McLin.
S ;, S. W. ClarR, Blounts-

ou n nty-Representative,
C iplr; County Judge,
.- ....li; Clerk of Court, County
..gecordor of Deeds,- W. C.
;* J. Rhariff C. G. Alep_ Ver:


ii Treasure:, Louis H. Howell,
VA.tu; Tax'Assessor, J. W. Bowen,
",7:uaican; County Superintendent, B.
.a C ne:' Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
'.1. Verno.a; County Commin-
.. s, B. F. Swindle, Vernon; A.
.. ta Chipley; J. M. Porte,,
"n'a" J. HA W1 levy. Point Wasn-
', -',n H ingl. ton, Nixon.
S" ... i the l'eace,

[ 1 .l.e; deputy Clerk,
V\. l'uinuo0 S;
a; \\'. Siiur ,-r, Sr.,
,s. H.Brake; Postmuls-
.i e H. V r are.
.. ,: H-eary Botis:
'" .. h- J Y Daffin. p l
I, ,a-titi er ba. .ry Publio.
'. .aawl Pp. master, M. N. Carlisle.
SaundelIt- stmaster, R. es.
u ,,nd masterr' Andrew Allan
udersotN N.ostmttr, \V'. Auder-


,.--., ..-p ,stma: 'ter.'ame. s M. Murfee.
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Sill.:. MAILS.
i L t. e u '. i ullils. via. Auderson,
l Gay, Bay Iead and Chipley departs
evqry day except Sunday at 3:00)
o-:e'k a. m., arrives every day ex-
cept ',unday at 7:35 p. m.
aast 11y 'mail for Harrison, Millville.,
Cromantou, Parker, Plttsburg, Cook,
Y.Farmdale and Wetappo leaves St.
SAndrews every morning except Sul'-
day at 5:30 o'clock, arrives, cowmug
west at 7 o(idok p. m.
'RELIGIOUS.
Rip.st-Cliurch Wyoming ave. front-
ing Park St. Services at 11 a. W. and
p.; m. Sunday School every Sui
ay -'. am. m. Rev. C. L. Joyner,

t .Ep1scopal-Church Wasa-
.. .tve. and Chestnut st, Sunday
sl, sclh'of :30 a. m. every 'Sunday.
'-.- 1-s v. J". C ,,iwaiy, pa- 'tor.
SV' .: .:.;i -Ciurch corner. Loraine
a nd Drake St, J' 0 C Do-
,-y pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
; .: .y- ..rtay Jol


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:1t' .le;rk and Notary
,. L.... .tate at Large; hts-s
ministerr oaths, take
. ,- l-galize ackiowledg-
anyiv where in .Florida.
i. ioai given to land con-
6 i i:1-ireinge ceremony per-
"\ 'fil.y qualified parties.
,.' . ',,v tce, St. Andrews


IRA'ALIU'' HISON,
IT 10A, Vernon. Fla.
a, rif an id eir-i i t.'etionn aivenu
,'at, .s soiitne.l C- I to m r .
SL McKINNEY,
A, I.1 at, La, .
Vernon, Fi'.

H. BRAKE,
Notar" T ic" for State at Ihrge Of
ceat corner of Loraine ave-f
nue and c tnnati st, All Notarial
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PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
AT ST. ANDREW, FLA.
One Dollar a Year in Advance.

Euteie'd Sepft 3. 191i2, at St. Andrew,
Fla., as si.oia clans matter, under
Acl o Cougr :ss of March 3. 189.

WILLIAM A. EMMONS,
1' l u RI E TOR .

Display ud. rates, 50c. per inch pe-
month. Position and extraordinary
condition rates subject to special
agreement.
"Local Drift "5c pet- line, first inser-
tion; 2ia, each subsequent. Display
locals double above rates.

If this p;aagraph is checked with a


or three extra numbers will be sent
you that no break tiay occur should
y\o choose t6i renew.


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-OF THE:
OF THE


5wtshiue ,ocidj*.
r.'n. i Pr,-idl,-nt-.Mr-.. \W. A. Emmons.

',' G.-n,.,-al-Mrs C'vnthia W.
.a1. ... H.il.'tiutitcr-, 96 Fifth Ave-

S,.,.'' Pi',:i.,lic t-Mr-. Mary L. Bradt,
ill iv. AdaMi'Nst. Jacksonville, Fla.

"Have you had a kindnuss shown?
Pass it on;
'Twas not g-*ven for you alone,
Pa;t. it on;
Let it travel down thlie ears,
Let it. wii),p another's tears,
Till in heaven the *eed appears,
Pass it on."

Motto-G-od Cl,0r.'
C"olers-Yelliaw an I Whiti'
State c.'uolr-Decp Orange.
Flower -Coreopeis. -
Sona--"Scatter Sunshine

DREi MS OF LIFE.
Youth, fair yourr, of what are you
u min'g?
Bright rays of light upon you are
g ibaming.
Cares iand sorrows you have none,
Life to you is nothing but fun.'

Up in the )morinig v without a sorrow,
Laughing all day without thoughts of
tbunorrow;
Happy iu orrow, a future all beam-
Ing,
Youth fair' youth, most eweet is
t.S dreamiig.

Age, old a&e of what are you dreaming?
Iu \our eyes the rays of lig14 are
gtlemcing.
Cares and sorto's : aad;
Lifu to ,ou haua *

Uo in the m rning with many a pain;
Woad'ring why sunshine was scarcer
thaa, rain,
Hoping in slumber bliglht youth to
recall,
Waiting for death which ends it all.
-"uch ar- the ureams of youth and age.
W hose pleasures and sorrows i'll many
a page. -Morris Rosenblum.

THE HELPING HAND.
It i, woanllcill how aligit a thing
*a'iii st vi' a fr w, .ing nian's life. A.n
0ar ]i )win ,i...t t'rdl will bnoy him
,1, ; -.ii,r ,. -:l.',tvy sticker than a
, a|i I'la 0It- Il,' wijl draw him salely
i c I La i'iinlinl, whio a o
la- ,i a fl.tt on the surface of the
.\ 1ll a s ? ,,iti.ii id' bv the pull of his
i tteg kite, aiti mien have ridden out
htlrinn ouii he great tea ont hencoops
and insignificant splinteis of mighty
ship'ia thlit hiad broken up utndet their


wrui Roicitu -and given prompt at-
teUtid. \ teet. It is hlie same in the,troubled
DR. MITCHPLL. waters of life's ocean. A very little
Physician and D gist, Commerce'St.; help ha's often rescued a struggling
east Of Bayvie offers bis profes-
Ssional services t~ the~ izens of St. brother who tiunst otherwise have
Andrews and vI-i ~v. Residence on gaae doawn to rise no siore, and thous-
Buena Vista avnt
Di\ ... a> ands do go down, wh il6 those whu
-Iro .,or>a ::.iL Physi.i- and Accou- might sally leld ti'e a helping
chetur. Oticee. Pioneer Drug Store, hand hlaok on indiffrent'tfly. To lend a
\" ii. P.i a- d, helping landl to any man who throws
N,,rar'y Pu'iic for the St te of Flor- -
Ida at Large. Office at Pa,,',-r. Fla., hp sw l'adc and manitestsno
Conveyancisg atnd pay.,. t of taxes' disisitioti' to save himself t'rom sink-
for aoii-res;dents, specialties. -- -
; Iecia. ing is IUs less; btit the "man over-
T4he Other Side. board" on the voyage of life, who
a Crawford-l1he doctors claim W6 die ,
before our time from eating too mu h. buffets the bill6ws of fate ialiantly
Crabahaw-Still the people who never has a righteous claims to the syii"pa-
get enough to eat don't seem to live thy and support of his more fortunate
as long.-Tom Watsoq's Magazine.
brethren;
Scrupulousn.
Student-For this insult I challenge OUR POSSIBILITIES.
y'ou to pistols! Commercial Traveler- It is possible to overcoinie habitual
All right, Blut first you will have to uindlence; it is certainiiy possible to
take out a shooting license, for my \ .'
aiame is H'are.-London Punch. ril outrageott and evil passions,


and it is possible cultivate kindli.
ness of heart amui consideration for'
our fellow creatures and the aninials
that seivo us so faithfully and love
us so well; it is possible, in short, for
eveiy man and eveiy woman, evoi y
buy and every gill, so tu repiess, by
habitual and uIceasing self-control,
every e-vil iiitinct-s, o cherish anil
tsiilegthen ever? higher n iisiationi-
that hi b or :er mhind shbuiiM attaili a
lorlectiin analagou, to that ol the
loveliest of ideal (no, -real) woawen
lanined lay the perfect pencil ol

"And now Jsee, with eye se 8eje. ,^
'....p Th yer, ,. Ul _f - " '"-


a-'aveier -twixtlif e aa adetn;
The reason lirm, the teniperate will
En ance: furesighlit, strength and
-k l0;
A perfect woman, nobly planned
To warn, to comUfort and c and.
And \et, a s.iril, t,',, and brighL
With something of an angel' 11ighi.

IDEAL- Ti-IC U -HTS.
Thie be.'l %ady II .--I luli i ll tii
x,,el, I is t, help you ielf.
13 l. n i 'te 11 i, spii it, geitli) in l dee'l.
-'inil'le in i n iiL l i ai btl A 'ineiea I
liea. t.
.lHe thant labias 1n1 y be tcinape v


lint'Juvil; liae III I


Ie' ja temipJtedi


by a I 'un I
he lie grin that e at the ex-
pense (o eiputationu .Sizould rather bL.
met down as ua lus.-La'in.

LIVE IN THE NOW.
Keep out ul ti p .. t is lonely
And amrreui and b!eak to tile view;
Its fires have grow n cold, aid its stouriis
are old.
Turn, turn to the present, the New'

Today leads you up to the hilltops.
''That are kissed by the radiant sun;
Today shows no tomb, life's hopes aL-
in bloom,
And today holds a prlze to be won.
-Ella Wheeler Wilcux.

H'\RD TO PLEASE.
Noboniy onuii'Ie the jotirnali.-z
I rolfesaionl knows how difficult it
for atn editor to ilea1 e t0onle ol0t0 1 i
patrons, For instance, referring.-
a man's reputation for carelessuneasi
the matter of his toilet, a paper a
nounced, "-Mr. Maguire wVill wa 1h
himself before he assumes the .office
of town clerk." This made Maguire
furious and he demanded a retraction,
which appeared thus Mr. Magaira
requests us to denyt hglie will wabh
himself before he assumes the office
of town elerk." Oddly enough, this
only enraged Maguire the more,-San
Francisco News-Lerter.

0 --


That Frivolous


Miss Bell

By JEANNETTE SCOTT BENTON

Copyright. 1905, by Jeannette Scott Benton
o 6
Professor Leigh, the principal of the
high school, was in attendance at the
.-hool board meeting by request of the
board. The. principal subject under
discussion was the hiring of an assist-
ant Latin teacher in the high school.
"Of course, professor, you under-
stand," the chairman explained, "that
the necessity for a new teacher rising
as It does in the school year gives us
very little choice. The board, however,
flas decided unaunimously upon Miss1
Dai~ Bel. Mom 7,'fe Oak str.e
school. What do you think of her?" t
Professor Ligh' frowned. "My actu-
al knowledge of Miss Bell's attain-
ments is limitA, but she is a frivolous
looking young woman. To me she'
seems a rather luipo:ssible Latin teach-
er. Her name, Draisy Bell, in the fac-
ulty would almost lower (s3 tone."
He glanced around and caught the
covert amrusemenr of his auditors, his
lean young face set in stern disap-
proval. To Professor Leig1" fife was
"real and earnest."
Rfe writhed under' the ffrivnltr and
faxity of those latter days.. The light-
ness and love of display shown by the
majority of his feminluine acquaintances
annoyed him. Women were sadly de-
generating, in his opinion, and h'i was
only thirty years old.
"I know," he said stiffly, my 6bjec-
tion is unusual, but the girls of the
high school fun to too mifeh frivolitjy
themselves. Their teachers should be.
of another type, if there is any. They
even ha'v6 way of wearing their
hair in a sort of arch over their faces
so that in profile you can barely see the
ftps of their foses. That Mxiss BAi
wears hers very much the same way."
The board relaxed decidedly. Pro-
fessor .Leig' rdgairded thdm ihf stern
perplexity.
"I confess," the chairman remarked,
"that we have not particularly consid-
ered Miss Bell's appearance. She grad-
uated, last year with unusual Latin
reidomimendations. As for her ability
as a teacher, the work in room 7 of


the Oa.k itrret' school
sh-- ibt L- < -c,-_ted d the1
sbhi 1< nui t .A:ti.sf .'to.iy
arran.m-vmunli .i:i l,,
year."
The prr:fessor aru.e.
to Miss Pull," Le said
theoretical." He sin
'nuch entire cot.'itdIftie
!ow. iip ib t it i was t
Lis lJld oIn tte hligh i
his "lrggBhness. 'An'
;,er' I shall do it w%
.our j1uilgmIent."
Wlil.h wias not quit
,'ay his soul arose
against Miss Daisy Be
there be in a girl with.
white fae fluffed arol
mop of yellow hair t
pres.-iou.-of. frills aa


ot easy, and
Of course if
Te ,,cor. othet
de for nosxt

' 1 Dl.e,:tion,
ii of course
NI smile of
kl good I'ei-
> understand
0 in spitEof
you say *tyi-
onfidence in

-, for ev,-ry
C'..saplproval
" li It could
i, i. ahnd
ch~t a a


conuI SW E teshjHYi4fit!u IwaF'wa ot.
agaiiust natural -fw. '.
NlIs.s BelI gr.w ied and white uniJei
hisi scrutiny In the Latin class, for he
-..ne in Iu ir'I.u.e li.y during thle firt
iohi lie's r,-a'tai tit-ons.
.\t lat-t lie wu.; obliged to adnit that
'-lhe coauil teach Latin fairly well, liut
he r-I'emou:d it. He linted in,:oystancy.
She gr:a.1u.aliy betu-am tITe trial of his
life, aiud h L always trIed to wake her
as i ll,.:'.,u I 'ac uUs s possible.. During
ihl uli- nilU \ i.ltitatiorin of teachers hi''
-Lillftll'y "ter.'r'aI thelt away from Miss
Dai..": cla .-.. Shin was a blot on th:-
diguity aind high, standing of -his be-
!ovedl school. It wbuld shalk.e-'tje cain-
fidenrce of any sensil.de person to see a
girl like that on the stiff of teachers.
As for M11ss Daisy. she tried-.ber best
to please the .tern yoUning mau hbe
didn't have n1i.. trouble wita her
classes. The girls were Coedieut ant.
the lboys were gentlemien..
But she could not understaud Pro
fes-or l.eigh. She curled her -hair In
ItL preLlio'ifatihiuun andw v.'-kel her
Iardest inf school, but she *'i It lhis :;iO;:il.ruoniising disapprovnil
hi~- tir'_'i.ii-dJ ifor her po-ition lld ic ji
.', v.i g y.I:'Ir. It rnennt bred and but.
;-:' ,.t I ta: i.i'; what she owed for he,
..-atc' it ti ..' iuiver.Lity. -
In v.-.a% ut tids cautintgncy her press
,.-; I :'..;d. anid butter wvts of the bceap-
:a;;akl .-h'e turned andl ipre.ise and
a.1;,:.f L'ar- fri\,,ioia us tittle frocks andl
.(-L''a tb'\v her- aund trilmued In ai
l-i.yv fr:.ll tlir, to) hide the bad spot
ih.,: .Le bringt Piri;ng sunshine was
ati tLig -j aipI rent. '
r v-,-, -. ;,rly 0 o'clock one evening
1. u M:.-11: I -ai.:y discovered, that by.v
'" un-i hann'e she had overiaroked
.i -t L-c I,'u ii e:-iwinlu-tion paper rs
L''..\ !i...1 be graU ed ij d t uighit, ,,-,.
:L':- tLre--- a Hide shbawl over her shoul-
Jers. "I will have to go"' over aftet
thi..n." she tairunired. She run ner.r_.-
hto street to the dark. slleut building.
The hall looked horribly big and tnirL'
. n fairlyy flew up th- stairs ;ntr
.he Latin r.'cit.ition rnom, She lighted
3evernl 7 .'-es anil fnally sie,'epded
in fin1ag tae\N'i.iss!ng pap.-r.;. lThl
h ,'.',-'A:-. piled ~.-n iuc gly In the cor-
ners, Amn, sheTas'a sure, she heard a'
noise~somewhere in the 1buildiu-,.
She fled in a little panic fr'-.u the
room to the stairs. Halfway down she-
saw some one ndvan.-ing toward her
from the gloom below. She gave a lit-
tle shriek, then slipped and fN head-
long., She heard a smothered exclama-
tlon; then some one caught her firmly
Faint with terror, she tried to regain
her feet ...
"There, little one, -there. Don't be
frightened, dear," a voice entreated-
Professor Leigh's voice.
In her relief and the reaction sh,
clung to him like a fr:ghtenu.dJ child,
half sobbing.
He held her closer, his f:.e- almost'
against hers. "Are you hurt he ask-
ed anxiously.
Then, after a minute, his clasp re-
laxed., and she slipped quickly away
from ilnm.
"I had no idea it was you," she said
finally,in a small voice.,
"I tried to tell you," ,Je answered
softly.
Another moment of silence followed;
then the girl Sl4)d down the iall and
out of the open door. .
The professor leaned against the ban-
ister and passed his bha over hbi eyes.
A new heaven and a new earth had
opened up before him.' ,
He knew now a.sa .S proval
fand coQlaai nnnlgt A
again< 1 .e dared to
think n. So e ?' .had beard
o:f her gk f U t6 university
,:i.etint ~. t r "she baa 'worked I
aidI hI'. he. '1 /Secuted her. Poor
little thing' Sall because he as
aifraid himself. What a narrow
L .:,.ik.l bully he was anyway-and

He could not answer ..at. He went
out into the spring night slowly with
beat head. He had forgotten utterly
the errand that sent him to the school-
house. He even forgot to lock the
door.
A very, ert>et, ipink cheeked little as-
i:.lat.it Latin te..-i!et and a very self
conscious professor came into the as-
sembly room tin- next morning. Both
the professor and Miss D)aisy were In
a rather bewildered a.tate of mind.
Miss Daisy sh> d no more tear- In se-
cret over her erdangered position,. In
fact, a little emile was morn apt to
come. Whenever the professor's eyes
mlet hers there was a look In them that
sent the red il:in-iung Into her cheeks.
possibly he could call any one "dear"
'when she fell uncxlaect.edly into his


arms, but she -id not believe It.
So she dreamed those last few
spring w-e'-ks,, while the professor
walked miles in' his despair.
On the fight of commencement they
.found themselves face to face in a
dark little, robby behind the opera
house stage.
The professor barred her way. "Miss
Daisy." he said entreatingly, "you are


going to the '"country, are .\. i ujit:
.May I come out to + '. % i L ii.%
vweek ?' "
"Yes." she answer. Iotly. a-'xt.ij
Sg a small hand. -'(Loliy." -.he half
'whi.-pered.
He took her haiid. "GQoodb..". li.
said. "GoAodl.y." ie repeated Theoun lie
suddenly stoped nd kissrcl h,.r.
",orgivi-e un," hb. cried in1 the depth
of cointritiou, but still holdug her fait.
"I[ love you so. You must know it."
"If I do it is pretty nearly- tlcpathy."
When the chb rman of the board of
education asktd Professour Leigh if ht.
still had aupnobjectlon to Miss Bell lihe
actually bashed, because the frivolous
woman aihd Issued an ultimatum that
she wobla teach until her debts were
- aud hbi objEetions from being
=e enai relj r-
^i M ii~giui ii*^^ s--


"rferT 'ed halfhertedta shws
remarked half heartedly that she was 11
very good teacher and if she wanted
the position she could hardly be re-
fused it.
A moment later one of bhi friskiest
Juniors thrust her pompadoured little
head In the door, then withdrew in cun-
fusion at the sight of tbhe chairman.
and he smiled quite a benevolent smile
after her. The professor was beginning
to take a different view of the world
and things pertaining to It--things fem-
Inine in particular.



OUTSIDE THE .

WARD

BU A. 1. DAVIES OGDEN

C.,'pyriLaU. 19,.',, by .4. 31M. awv Ov'leia

Nurse Humphreys was hat-rdly what
won!..l be termed popular. Tall. hand
,*:,.., in a dark, cold type of beauty,
the was much admired, and the doctors
all respected her clear, keen lntelll-
gence and executive ability. But the
patients regarded her with evident
awe. No one urged her to come and sit
for a moment by his bedside.
Nurse Humphreys herself regarded
,he paI:tients as so many huumau ma-
_ih;ui- to L.e tended and cnred for.
It waj her wo'k to superintend the do-
*'g of th!s. What more could be re-
luir,-,d of her? And ,theln one day an
Nil Icr, helpless Ulttl0d mors'el of a child
va-, arrivedd into the ward, aid i Ml-s
:!I!it-h .'ys experienced a strnug.' 9 1eu-
at;on. 'The bli, e eyes louikil atipeal-
igiy tilLto bh 'r ; the ,,lm t.i' nrun
.ve-re e.ltt ,-d-d. 'Modliy >iair-somin<."
iurn:ure'i a baby voice. And Miss
ulumphreys, rather shamic-facedly, bent
md kissed the tiu'y fe1,'.
From that day a new life began ftor
,he nurse. x.fl the pent up tt.,!leunie-
of years, all the starved' Ifection of
the woman's heart, sternly repressed
Eor so loug, were illnstintedly lavished
upon the 'child. It was a bad case.
Miss Humphreys flung herself with
direles;s energy into the battle with
;*i1h. Molly could not die; she must
lot die. And love won. T',he fatal crlsis
was passed'; the little life began to
lighten its, hold on existence. Miss
H[umphreys rejoiced ,until one day
caine a sudden, most unwelcome
thought. Molly was out of danger;
.olly was growing well; Molly would
-o6n leave the hospital and go home.
Miss IHumphreys started and tried to
banish the thought. But it would not
4o. It pursued her, obsessed her, be;
came a nightmare.
Outside the big ward was a small
room where Mass Humphreys some-
times sat. Late one afternoon she
was there, still haunted by the thought
of Molly's departure. It seemed ter-
ribly near. How could she let Molly
go back to that aunt-that narrow
faced, hard eyed woman-from whom
the child palpably shrank llpon the oc-
casions of her rare visits? Was she
unkind to the little thing? Miss Hum-
phreys wondered,
A sudden sense of discouragement
possessed the nurse. Molly was nearly
convalescent, yet to the doctor Miss
Humphreys had dilated at length upon
unfavorable symptoms, inherent weak-
nesses, .and this morning, this very
morning, she had deliberately altered
the temperature line on the patient's
chart. That was unpardonable. She
bad fancied that the doctor had looked
at her rather oddly as he returned the
,chart. Did he suspect anything? Must
she let her go-this child with Tom's
name and with 'tom's own blue eyes?
Where had Molly found theme? The
aunt, a dry, uncommunicative person,
'only said that the child's mother was
dead. Molly bahb ged of a daddy, alJ
most always from home. The idea had
once flahied across Miss Humlphreys'
mind that Tom himself ilght be. this
Sdaddy, but sh' had dlsmissed the sug-
gestion as too improbable. There were
doubtless thousands of Brennans.
It brought the man to her mind, how-
ever. Tom! Where could he be? He
bad loved her. once. Why had she let'
him go? Miss Humphreys looked about
the plain little room, thought of the
ward beyond. .She had sent Tom away,
had left her hoine, come to New Yor.
and entered the training school,
worked, denied herself, suffered, in-
spired, sustained by no ignoble am-
bition.
Well, she had succeeded. She had
achieved her goal: Was she not head
nurse in thip busy hospital ward?,


Again her eyes traveled around the
'dreary little room. Was this then
what her ambitioI~ meant, a solitary
,woman growing old alone? Miss
Humpbreys, tired and depressed, knew
that she was morbid;, outght to shake
:it off, but the feeling was too strong
!for her. The reaction from the years
*of effort had set in, and all at once a
wave of heartslcknes seerged to suI.-


tuergo her Ini IN e dt.ij t, fu.rVciijg the
unaiccustorned tears to her dfiri v'ej.
Nfli-4 -i umiphre s uttere-d a lflttl *ul.
Wits hit Qgit, aul Non"v. i iii TbQ
'011.4il riceS deraia1nde'.,J 111,'J I II, i no
unoie th:11ii Liqk?
The ijimd or i i I, je tIDor


~"~i'~f ind 19x;ltiI'j :PIL1." to W!
im u L.;. *.Shoi. a,4 ..t mr o r Ljt uireV4

your1 I chil. fi-%. .dLe ttO l l : iau~vo
aty .t i ll 3 IS i duet 10 Vi' e Iie I N.'4ji

Uti1. It iouaneimaep hltp~jt!i..L.'. er
hat anursp tmkeq a tjsrvy to:a p'itient'
and tries. to keep himIL overtime,. There-
fore I preel-Vrred tbiq you 3 onrself
sliuiild cowe and reniov i Molly. T
would not wish to bur4 Mfbm Hum-


*


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"Package downstairs for you."
"Well, it can wait till morning, I
suppose?"
Th- boy departed, -id ane: a long
time the man was sound al e, )i aga'l
v heu there came- another rStt..'.L.]lag
knock at the ddor.
'Well, what is It now?" he lnqucred.
"'Tain't for you, that package'&"
^^'a^L:*^* w *Mfia's


I" lr-arrf.q "'ere Iprobably
jd"? Roaicaus aL'.!
j r ko.I.: Ia.a~ -4.aial that ths?
T.,.
ii' abadt.-mlitl


1 .- '1ifit' "err' eirlicit strr-

a j :' .1 a Ii.., tue a'aIi!a l- gc's, whet]
' i.. I he name -b'f
.1 r lla ai .:~ S ~tpeple bI .
plaes.owA

L). J ul i Loi't. Stout, Stoop,
Silc'T.- 1iii-rs on aleounit of trfkfo .
-WJI ILS t-.1ih1,,li'r ifth, Bake'-. W'e-diiv, -
Poivk';-r (Gardneri. etc. A tblrd Cel*os 41-
re, 1*- 4 1. N~l c a r i jt hu p a o '


JcahariI! ". e onctnd
in ll !It.a111c aiiu.y tinder tbe bluff,
Il-'. 0i- 'fawif tiny. surnttmes in
lI.'ir:i 'au-to I[be tiliaC f the Nor-
Ili~ta .s~a;a~l -.a I lr-!a lat.]'they l~d



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;if,- if Ie Lvar. y...on
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liii ia .~l.Iut I:-A. et Lam-i-

Ia'-~1 1" -4'r 'I f-'-' l, -';I t'IuI on

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I.- ., 1. %-' ]a- vh' raae ".

Ta t a .' I' ' i. ui 'IC hio


'a a- i-011-d to Ii L'. 5'flha'. A'vf t-,


Ting'a h i trt a til coulfi ii
gathiz-e whL, the dullness or the nurse's
life. "We all think so rinich uf Misq
Hutrphreys."
"M.ss Humpinhreys." repeated the unnti.
Antd at the 'olr-e the wonJan started
alild cl'i'plied her haud' over her heirt.
"li I-D Hllmr.rirevs. y"j s 'y? Couild-
-oi'l'd I -Ae(' her?" "
The doctor conJui-ered na ioujeut. "I
hardly think that hli t( l .s l i, dut. uow'."
be "aid -ilowly. "'Oh," ith a sudden
recollectiou. "she often sits in that lit-
tle room. Pos-lhly Sliu Iuay be there
now."
As Brerinnu eritere. -he sprang up.
facing him. anu! for a minient they
both t.Lnred] in stlenc,. n te il? ,:al1'i
stri'.I'ln- 1.s contro- l h.-r uncL'ri'L a
1br-.i t.;i :.
I L. h..II h ljt.:'t'.J fur, .,:'d. ".Mtu r.'.r-
ret!" 'lit ri.'d. M iis l iilu islr .t .,u'l
di'd.
"' c it Is [." she answv -rc ti:., .i
to' spea':ik is a' ,.,iaiiuj'uiil.i-e Lanu.II .r. "1
el,. ,: lo tlia s a o rpl. l." Hut Ie dii
LIot ~-0e1-.m lo hear her
'.1 .ir..:,rft, '1i, M i.aig eiro !" h '- eI .
ed below bl- I 'reath0. She wi, att' ar ujr
Il'ovly tli.han Lie hidl -ev\er .' h-nii l-r. w .ih
that se\v. _d'toiih'd 'expra'-' 'iton, te t,'.r.
drops a..;ill fli-L.ini to hL.,r ilj ag bL.I, k
lashes. he lified her hI'AI.
"'5) y. iu ha'e couni- ? k 13 -.e .._'.,
away." she sUJd simply. The nau .t::ti t
ed. lie bud quite t'forgotteiu their -hhld.
"Wh'by-she cannot stay Lbre-the iole-
tor says that she Is well." he stain-
mered ooufusedly. "lie said"-
"Yes, I ki!ow," responded Miss Huim-
phreys. "'She is quite well." t'he
was staring straight ahead, her dark
eyes diled with a blank, iunseeing loL..k
He woulil go away again. .Milly would
go dway. 'What was there left for
her? The doctor kun-w what .t*e lhai
do~e. Shq might have to _lea\e the-
ho'sptal. But she did not care ni.ah
that. Brennan took a skep toward.
"Margaret,"' he cried; "oh, Mairg.irat,
why did ypu send mte from youth "
There wa a whoTe lifetime of pain
and yearning in the mau's voice, and
Miss Humphreys' heart gave a sudden
throb. He had not'entirely, forgotten
her then. The. inage of that bother
woman had not entirely obliterated her
own.
S"-I don't know,", she faltered, feel-
tig like a silly schoolgirl. Her usual
calm self possession was gone. The
doctors woUdd note have recognized
their cool, capable nurse.
"You--don't-know?" echoed Bren-
nan. A sudden well known gleam
sprang to the blue eyes. "You--don't-
know," he repeated. "Then-might
there be a chance for me after all?"
he asked squarely. Miss, Humphreys,
Sobbing, had sunk into a chair. The
man bent over and with soft fingers
reverently touched the shining hair.
"I-I loved my wife," he said loyal-
ly. "She was a dear, sweet soul. But
you were my first love and I could
never quite forget. You have saved
Molly for. me," he added unsteadily,
"but she needs you still-we both need
you. Won't you come and make us
happy, sweetheart?" a sudden Inten-
sity deepening 'the strong voice%
"Won't you, dear?"
And Miss Humphreys wf*hlpered
"Yes."

N ot Quite the Same.
A country cl ogy'man vouches for the
truth of this story. Having arrived at'
that point in the, .baptismal, seivide
where the infant's name is conferred,
he said:
"Name this child."
"Original Story," said the sponsor-
nurse.
"What do you say?" he asked In sur-
prise.
"Original Story;" she repeated ini
clear, deliberate tones.
"It's a very odd name; isn't it? Are
you sure you want him called by thc
name of Original Story?"
"Original Story-that's right," she de-
clared. -
-"Is it a family name?" the minister
persisted.
"Named after his uncle, sir," ex-
plained tfi' nurse, getting red in the
face.
And so as Original Stqry the unof-
fending little fellow, was christened. It
was some weeks after this event that
the minister made the acquaintance of
the said uncle-a farm labored in an-
other village-whose tamne was Regi-
nald Story.-Liverpool Mercury.

'sU"hily. Superfluous. (
The man of this story is a very light
sleeper, one who is easily wakened and
who is a long time getting to sleep.
In a Vermont hotel be had at last got
sound asleep when a loud rap, repeat-
ed, awoke him, ,,
"What's wanted?". .


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To K1-ep Prnri CrOi~Ti- 0'
A ,'.".:a.l .a t irn; .ri ai C -. r- -
it wemul-i -a- 01i f.,; tlai -m;ina jf ''- .
rec i' .lI, if '. !'.'T'p r-.a l-- 1 .: -
wAould te )p i';..; .from' :*' ' -
.bomue "('*,*Ial 's i I ;< uilswererl the
atv.-:--t'-iicu .1, rminitting the ria;''red
feo, a utld r c('ct d e t'..,li.-' In r -ell .
"W e. would advise' l a:.- you to commit -.:.'.i, at about the
age of twentty-fre."--T.nndon Tit-Biti

A a eai cod 'thiug. -
Mrs. Newbryde I got 'some hmi -.
'here last month that ,my hu.b:,.qlil Ukei.
very much. Hnv:' .you afy more crf tbc
same kind. The- Grocer--Yes'm; got
about a doien left from the same.pig.
Mrs. Newbryde-Oh, that's ulce! Qivh
me six of them.-Clevelaud leader.


Impov risfted Soil

Ilnlpov-ii.risliei soil, like inlipov-
ei-hil blood,, i- i Ra proper
fertilzer. A (]*i'-i.nist ty aiialyz-
ing-the soi caan tell voi, h-i t
fevfilizer to ise fr' d iffereut


If vonr blood is impoverishedd
your doctor will tell you what
you need to fertilize it and give
'if the rich, red corpuscles that
are lacking in it. It many be you
need a tonic, but more likely you
need a. concentrated fat food
and iat is the element .lacking
ill yotir system. .

There is no fati food that is
so easily digested and assimi-
lated as


Scott's Emulsion

of Cod Liver Oil

It will nourish and strengthen
the body when milk aMid cream
fail to do -t. Sco'tt' Emilbi'on
is always the s1an1e; always
palatable and always beneficial
where the body is wasting from
any cause, either in children
or adults.

We will send you a sample free.

S. Be sure that this ic-%
11-C ure in the lor:1 .Pf,.A.
J4ab li on .L',- rapper
V -if d :ory bottJe oi E mul-
-on you .buy.





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M" ARITI ME. LOCAL DRIFT. Iit. ...

-Blanik Warranty Deeds, shortly m .r e . . . : ., ,
printea on good linen paper, 2.' e peri ill I .: ..' . I .. .
-' dozen; also blank receipt tabs-- 100 r,:- v : y '' y .,i "' .*1 '. '" ., .
ceipts in a block, Wl each at the Bo >lio .. :ir,' -' :. i, ," ... i
office. '' "' .
-.-An agreeable movement of the '" ,' p n i ,, i-- 1 "',., . 'i .,.
un'..a v nJ',.' o1' I li ' .' ,nIt :".nn ,,i i" ;
bowels without any unpleasant effect t:.. .t- (,, 1e '3. hI., 'I ,
is produced by Chamberlain's 'Stoni- CXnO, V ,.'I]n iti h -i ; I. i ,,i
.., -, . ., ach and Liver Tablets. For sale bt. % :: i'. I --,-. !,,i-. a;n,-t . .,' :
The stir 'arpon arrived from the all medicine dealers. :, a :, I ., r '," :,
-You never have and may never again E zli-h utfi '- ,.':. '-. n... ,< .t..t .t i.'
. -a onith on good time Friday forenoon, have an opportunity to wet so fine a the co t,!n,. I t., w: un u, ,l ,:, 1:,
'but at the hour of gonig to press yes. fountain pen for so little money as- ou lau di-t',in ',' i .- t '.- Is-.e' ly ih i
terday, she had not yet appeared can now by compl.sn, ith the condi dr.-ss, n, ,lt ; rigt 1n
Sl tn theli weRt. tMions of the coupon to Le found els in the a -r,,,: ;.'thh t i.i- n th'v-
--..-. .- ...- .-- where on this page. w.ll:..,1 out togeilhnr h-vy r.,:-Llli., li
FREIGHING "SCHIOONER, --Wizard Ink Ta'ilets, I',tce, per c. ;.l,- of figures fr,':,ii the Noal's ark
C U B A box 10 cts. Put up eight Tal.iets in a uf I',.. toy sh.ip, a* pr..of ,' the reilI
I,. 1'. I i., - M srLASTER. box. One box makes ten ounces .'ile 'lintiiiAt.Vu thue costume.--l....udin Tat-
Cai'acit 1.3 tmi.i-Is ni'lpared to deliver did ink. Economical permanent; ab.o- ler.
L,unlier at any toiunt on St. Andrew. lutely indellible, convenient, non-coiro-
BAy at OIn Dull ir ,aid h'i Iv Cents per sive. At. the Buov office An fEven Temper.
thousrnd feet. I'lau.,,n.ge olielted. Ad- -Handone letter head, with St. "And what i' your ground for ex-
dr,'ei L.C. DAVIS. Allanton, Fla. l te h wt t
Andrews Hav date -line andl view of pe-ting t) secure a divorce?"
NAPlIIHA LAUN -H oitherSt.Andrews IllulT,orlhnena Vihta y hi-i.nd desut love me any
B Y 3 Z X] *- Point, at 8c. per dozen: also niap oi tie m"now ", ou tnowV'
WV. F. WoorDFiou PROPRnITOR St. Andrews Bay country on la',:k of a "'? said hie didn't love me wlie-n my
Fitted in splernd:d conditlouaIto take ex- letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, .it the tem.ir was ba.l."
tursions or r~nss.'ngerfr to any poiut on. BUOY ofte "But that u.sn't prov, that be
the Bay or Gulf. ti,,od cabin protection -The mercantile business of W. H ,". t I)ve Y -, rlr lta hev
.In the event of bad wealbher; Teims reLa .i ll V.i [
p" btile- Also. Parker& Co. at Parker Is offeied for "X.,. it (ue' n'e .i.fo;
ble. - Alt so, r a f t r.
SG -J E E DA siale- If reasons are wanted for the D Ee o.
., ........ .. .._. .l i .lt., p ei, wante


1.etweunn Fjerrndale sand Aljaivtoii. oit ERBI
*,? Bit and Will 41e4liVer freight 'of every de-
meription, including live stock to any
point oil St. Anad rev, Ba I;. For rdiaiticul-.
I i rs, ftddres-t IV. F, WOODFORD, FArrm-
dal e. Fla.
I'~if"KEIT SCHOONER
L UCY Ir ie
CAPTAIN,- H. W. GWALTNEY
Milnk es regular bi iusk between 'St. An-
idrews B.ty and Pensacola. Good pitgerit.
~era~caniollL iiiiand-special atten-.
ti in paid to Iciandliog anid carrying freight
it reasonable rates.. For partlicuilars ad.
dre'se, L. Mk. 'AARE, Agont,
St. AiidteW*; Fla.

i'ACKET SCHOQNEPl

OLEOPATR A6.
equipped With Two Gasoline Ffiginesi
L. E. DANFORD, MAST'NR
1,ivst Aniii r~ every Monday
leaivv Pvai-t'iula evecry Thursday
,weltifel~ pelmlalitlag). !$pecial atteti
tioaa.will lie gl'eaI Iii receiving and
forw~rdiiig rf eight iur na atele i~inbg on;
East afid N -ci ii h Bn.y, 1s21.4scuigers for
points al eitliir arma of Ilic "Bay call
depend lapolf qeeurlaI~g r-1,uii1t. trans-
ViOI-1611111 ait I nei; I -FLe Rn l's
sunger fccumiinfl lit 011 goodl. Expressi
utid Railtond hciejgiit apeciailtice.- for.
,L. Al1. 1.%a AN. Gen. Mianatger..

NANIT1' Ii I.U-Cll,

]bA.U RA*,,
C.. rries [lie Eapl Hily Mii i et ween 151.
A ndiw Bayi W W etaippu and 11i nt erned i-
ste rmuiotl. Leav'es bl. Andidenis' daib)
e~xc~ept Smitain) ft? 11:4101, Ill.; na lee ali
Welt ~ippo At 1 !2:301 p. Ill.- I11 -( ea W "t ;ppo
a I 1 :00 p. tit.; ~ari i1 iill '4.~ A iiil ~
7:30 p. ni. Mlake&- laud~lig- regularly La
ba tr rikoal -C'asmma a, ituu iker. Pillow
tiairg, sild Faandilao. eatighit landed at
it hiy postolflue whanrf. For pqs~eiager anid
l'reighlt rates, see rate umad i o. the say-
eriil padstaoheuH.
F. A. WVa'HERILL, Manuager.

AWciek's %VeathetI.
1'hep full owting tuitl( gives the "taxi-
11111i1n, nlil IiLT01 t)d ih nuiman feaatpiera.
.ei.te r-,ii[.LIIl trd direction or the'-
wiwii ror tLn tivtIiLV'f-lIV ?,'Ir i111(

rovernmil oflt belf-reimte i jatt b ii hIi rmrolli


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46 .93 1


RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Rev. J. M. Conway will preach in the
M. E. church next '"Sunday morning
and evening.
A Union Sunday School will becona-
Sducted every. Sunday morning .t 10
o'clock in the M. E, church.
Prayer meeting every Thursdav eve-
ning at 8 o'clock in Ihe M. E. church.
Everybody is cordially invited to all of
these services.
Spoiled Her Beaury
Harriet Howard of 209 W. 34th st.,
New York, at one time bad her beauty
spoiled with skin trouble. She writes:
,. "I had s.A It rheum or eczema for years,
but nothing would cure it until I used
CIuuklen's Arnica-Salve." A quick and
,e healer fof cuts. bu ns and eores
atl A. El. Brake's store
.The HilAu winL aia Tratliatuiec.
... .A, in with the toth.ah!,-: Ce;nu
' (ire ab nlt any el;;," e!,e. Tl' `'rle
qf the world pill i.o: his taste, the won
eprs of r-eatn d e in lu na,; nnirh.
The tooth t.,erafnes a volcano or
lIelching fuy and the'rest of life bl()
O (Pn jn a cloud of its billowing smoke.
You can't borr-ow au ith.ng from 11
man with the toothache. You can't in-
struct and Improve him. You tell him
That the world travels atthe rate of
1,000 miles a minute and It doesn't
startle him- In the least. He simply
groans.
You say to him, "My friend, there
are stars so far off that their light has
not yet reached this world," but he
doesn't mind it. He only Bhowls.
You tell him that some of the sun
spots are 100,000 miles In diameter,
and that one of them would take a
Jupiter at one mouthful, but It Ii noth-
Ing to him. The toothache Is negiect-
sI of slcentific truths.-London Tit-
its.


many irousin the fire. For particulat'r -
call at the store o. address Wv. H. Par- Are Made Miserable by
ker; Barker. Fla.
-Parker lodge No. 112 P. & A. N1. will Kidney Trouble.
meet in regular communication next
Saturday at 2:00 o'clock p. m. Visiting Kidney trouble preys upon the -,ind, dis-
Masons ip good standing are invited courage and lessens ambition; b (ity, vigor
to pal ticipate. An order of the Grand : d eerfne tes
Lodee of Florida demands that visitors neysare put of ordei
must be provided- with a certificate of i or diseased.
Membership from their -haime lodge and "- .I Kidney trouble has
W. become so prevalent
a fully paid receipt for dues,. that it isnotuncommonp
-Attention is called to the new dis- ,for a child to be born
play ad of the Ware mercantile Compa- afflicted with weak kid-
ay. This house, founded by L. MA.. rates too often, if the
Ware in 1878 now completely reorgan- ,urine scalds the flesh dr if, v.heri the child.
Sized, with Martin G. Post, late of the reaches an age when it should i.e able to
Trading--Post, as manager inaugurates control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
ost, as manager inaugural ed-wetig, depend upon it. the cause of
the new yevs3 by making the old Pion- the difficulty'is kidney trouble, and the firzi
eer Store more than ever a necessity step should be -towards the treatment of
the trading -public of St. Andrews these important. orga',ns. This unpleasant
Bay. trouble is duc to a diea:ed condition of th
Bay kidneys and bladder arid not to a habit as
-The property lists of Buoy patiqrne most people suppose.
who are depending upon it to attend to Women as well as men are irade mis-
the-payment of their-taxes, are now in erabje with kidney and bladder trouble,
h ,c and both need the same great remedy.
thd hands' ot tlh tax collectors of The mild and the immediate effect of
Wasbington and Calh'oun counties and Swamp=Root is soon realized. It is sold
as soon their statements are received by t.i;. ':t, in fiffy- 't
each of thel owners' will be notified of cant and one dollar
;;zes. You may have a n ...I r
the severe amounts due from them for ample bottle by mail
,the tax of 1905, and prompt attention to .'ree, also pamphlet tell- H:I., .*r ,.RPn ot R
the same will insure the earliest possi- ing all about it, incu-ng many of itt.
ble settlement. .iusands of- t-';rmrnr.ial n'ers received
from sufferers cured. .vritling Dr. Kilmer
--On Saturday last, 'quite i number & Co., P.Binhini':.n. N. Y., be s,'ra and
of St. Andrew children were given an n "." :r this paper.
outing at a place on East, Bay known as .ion't make, any mtritake, but remem-
Marshali's. Hoint, between Millyille ber the nanie. S'\air -flo(,t r. Kil-
and Parker. The dayowas fine ana the Lminuhamion, N. Y., on evei\ bottlu
r little ones Who w ro so fi tunate as to'
I beof.the party .were gieni'free scope The la, ,' a ,'ori hl
As .' .i r'1,, i., t h1 ,: e .'Wr ,L
, under-thy care of their lders, wv o ac- re., : ., : ,, ,,, : I ,.i
t eompaniedj them and were delig!ited t "'i, n t:-i: i ii ;'. I ,,f ti ,..
I wit1', the happiness it|afforded them .,it .t,,,i *,i t.ii' v. .. W ,
and those who hbad planned the affai the i:..it .:i"': ti. p!.- ,,'.,! l- s.,: :
were not less pleased to witness their od .nyv thing neot" *.:.a,,;l ,- '
childish enjoyment, o i tentari t. the ( i..-'r. .lo' of tLe .-L :i.
-Quite important changes have tak- '
en place init.he& mercantile business i W it dtd you tic-k all tl..e nO-
St. Andrew within- the past few days... ,:e Ui) forv" he asked.
Mr. M, G. Post sold his entire business .. .. t.e:l, l. -p ;t
.,-no, ., are really rented. l *.', ;al.t it
to Ware Bros. & ICo,, and Mr. J.,H. ,II ~ l t, 1t :ks n ,., i wer,
Drummond purchased of Mr. tL, M. '. .' v- quic:."'
Ware his one4third interest in that hat iS, all r'ght in : ; ." "',.'
firm, anid Mr. Post is made manager of a:.it, -- Ine' I ht I',;1:;el "but
'the new organization. Mr. Okvay "I d. tnt .' about it i ;Le r' t .i. .
Ware becomes possessor of the schoon- t-'i i not tlie proper '" r ofl i 'ii'
er Cleopatra nod under, his manage- -a they 1U t v, 'w r ... h1c.l.'
meant, she wil be kept in the freight ''' l. t n t. Al.t.a .y .'..ed.
atid passenger service Mr, L. M.Ware 9- ... e Ip" 'ilin ttec
.- o.v4',: ch.?. A3 f~cy O'nt who wants
retires from the mercantile business to a p
and is undecided as yet as to his future il t.il yovu that."--'ew York Pre .
plans. He has, however purchased the ,
schr. Wm. Crawford and for the pres- Vordk T'-nat ave No t... -.
ent, at least, will handle a fishing bust- There are about '.V words iI
ness. He is-also having au elegant new ih tiat have.no rh':no. As g ; ., It
launch built at G. H. Casey's manuiac- 'The 'IU -:, .-' Leicon." by tnAn:'e
turning establishment. the are cs follows: i.
-At about, sunset Sunday evening, as ..1 t,tivnti, I1, ] ,urt re
Mrn. W. 1A. Emmons was returning -. .. ,th. e ."'lu, fifth, film, fia'e.
home from a short:ride dn horseback 'ortL', fugue, gulf, bleIp, I ,'
'and had reached the .corner at A. H a.iuve, month, E wrg-'c. mourned.
Brake's store, her horse became unmau .o.thI, ninth, oblige, oof, part, pint.
ageabie and unseated her -and she fell, )rch, pork, poulp, prestige, puss,' re-
striking her lefl'hip on the hard shell amb, sauce, scarce, scarf, i.*ilib spoilt,
i hr.d we!n, sylihb, te.a'bl, torsk, twe'rfth, un--
crossing; her foot 'caught in the stirup aged, ', Wart-,tk, wasp, 'vt'hb: r-.
guede, volt, warmth, wasp, whari .cs
and she was draiged some distance be. width, with, wolf, vwAlves. A critic
fore it became released. Help was not ,mids that It is not clear why Mr. Lahnr
l9ng in arriving and she was carried place "mouth" In this list. It seems
tohei home and placed upon abed from to rhyme with "soutb."
which she has uot yet been able to rise, ,
nor is bhe likely to do so for some time Chamberlins toughh Remedy the
to come. Dr. Mitchell was sminmonud Best. Made.
as soon as possible and did what he "In my opinion Chamberlain's Cough
could fur her relief. The next morning Rtemedy is the beat made for colds," savs
lie called Dr. Wilson afor counsel and Mis. Cora Walker of Porterville, Calif,,r-
the two decided that tht re \\as no dislo- mia. There is no doult about its I.etig
cation and .no bones ,were'broken, but the be-tj. No other will oure a col,' s,
that ligatures' had been fractured and qufeklv. Ne other is so sure a preventiv
that it may be some weeks before she_ ofpndu:Loniia. No other is so I'a, t-
can use her limb. The netohbors and and safe to take. These are g,....l .,'ni's
her many friends have been very kind why it'should be preferred t..'. .t-,u .
with volunteeredaspistance, aud each The fact is that few pci',lC 'satisfied,
and all of them winl be ever hold in with any other after L.t i tce usod.
grateful rememnbrance; but it is tar _io alidicine
from being a happy new year at the this remedy. For medicine
lkuoy household. The kind friendsat a dealers.
distance who remembered her with hol- -- -_. - ---- -
,lay present are thanked for their Forj le Cheap.-
tiouglIful kindness, which will be ae- .EONDi wAND
knowledged by letter as soon as sbe rie- E, i AD
covers fiomi her injuries sufliciectly to ruVO l T
:tiltendJ to it. -
--- "a' .1\1lly at the luoy Olier.
A Gli 'l'ragdfly .-"


is daily enacted in thousands of )tmn-s
as Death claims in each pow another
victim of consumption pineu-Il'nria
But wr.en couihs or cOei arch proper.y.


reacted t11 tragedy JIs .vertua.i I. r.
Ilrt. .:"irlemisea. Huntley of -Oaklahion, IIId.. writes:
A. .-;ew Y.-ik.:- \iT. t..|lug rich, em- "My wife bad tti co'niiSIption and
I ; n in-:>. sirv'ant said to. his valet tln:ee doctors glve .heir up. Finally slhe
c 'e n11rn. .g. **llo-i;iui" "Sir," said took Dr. Kinc's New Di-coverv for Con-
t i:n. **Yu are Pgttflrg enrelem-, ,umption, Coughs and Cold., which cur-
H-in. Olh, sir, I hope not, sir." Lihu', and today she is wll and
"You d i: t brat h my clothes regularly i '
any more.". "Oh. sir. I assure you"- Mntrong." It kills the germi al.R1 d
"Therp. HAf!rin. that wiJl do. I left eases. One dose relieve s. G1,1ar'
a dollar tn my white vest pocket yes- ',t'5fh' and $1; by At A. H. -
teday. morning and-it -Is stll there." Trial bottle free. *


Tienit 6-tlvo Acreq.
c'-,lmptel stati-t ,l'inni; ,l-.Inre th.it
twoeity-two 'nere,t, ,' 1f lnrl ail n.c*?e; .".
to su.stain one ma:n on tf'"-h alni'.t. T'!'-'-
-niqte i.ace of hlahl, if ,l.vIit.'d tI'.
wbh at culture would.1 f -ep] 1 l_' people: itf
to oats. S ; potat.oe-,. Ini|n (-irn aii 1
rice. 1711, and if t.:. the pihitauin, or b i-
in1nn, over e,000 [e'oil-.
Hunnau Nnisre.
All boys think thl- \will l,p, richber
thau their fathers, and all c:rls think
they can keep house better than ithoir
mothers. They co)utlut? to tlilnk this
until they are father' and iimothers
th illsel ves.
Kc-yi of bLon7e and Iron ha.ve e:n ii
founl In I reece anil Ita!y d:i.ing, fir..in
ot Joi t toe seventh cLitury before'
C'hrist.
-------- - -- --
Cured isL Mither of feitnhmal iin.
"My mother ha? lieen .i iif ir-r Ii
nuira vear..- frinin. ri-n uli.- b .ti "" .. i, \\'
SV. Howi ad.tteo H .lisljand, i ,:ni' 1'.liiiia.
" At lines f ie a:s 111 1.1,I ti Ino mo lit all,
%hLile at .al)tini-es alkin., iwi \ p-linl il. I
pre -en* cdlhtI-wih al I t tl o l'h,-nil.,.-r
lai 'is Panin i l ind after a l'fe .Ali'.:-
iI n '..hIedI dcN l it was tihe i -t in.,l:i
IlL _LIit I\ t ] t r Iriv, iII
-fa i '>r ilbh.,il it h..W .1t1l1 ia [
lQ -I _nl o ce.a io ,i., a ,-
H. .h'mlnl k 1. p, :l" 1. I t I
^^I^^',, 1' IH~ l""10 e itruI I' lih.i
^*HX~b i" ^.t


7ChI ease PorcelqlI.
.liTi.n ii ~ lyd.'e I,.!ii p .O tit,'' their
porI'.e-Ui, tio tbh- ,>.et fnn tb it .- t !I
thu/and years anIl I,*.'.-,t,.ll.ly Ir. r.
Me aval Europe Coi'l j ;II l ;I.e nj. i -:i .
ilk p. 'irelain and tlherf''r. regarded
It is a magical product en-i,.. :1 with
nli-tnnJly powers. It was sai'd for in-
st:i3e,,. that a porcelain c'p would
br'.k it' poi-oii '. ere poured inly it.
Tir vek-r-s deeliLenAl that porcelain was
CiiJposceI] 0 1f vari,-lr su.iili.'~ :u-h -, which.
aftir being t.--roil red, were hidden In
the groiind for age- t .-f,:re being fit for
u*, Even, so erudite a man as Sir
Tlh. ia l3 Drwtoi, writing In the later
;OVirni i '_u.th ,i",,trury, was "not tli'r-
WtI: I'tIU." ".. I '. e.i.,' r i, porcellane
or tiMna aihi -,. t!i.t accordiung t Co clo]-
I!,n .i l, .e''f :; .-,- are made qAf earth."
'ii ...ot of tli true ('1.ii-.." porce-
I ri v." s *. t disco'.', ,-.', il ur,:,, .0 a

Sr >.-. i. i.- i iii' O - what is
I
I I "e .'-, r ,i : .\ ii.-'i .
A .Tr "' "-'.' '..r"' .l. was on
fI. o. i:I.1 t.'.. I ,.,-n were! O busy trying-




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,It r-as the anniver-ary if my Ilth. ..
I'm not an lifaut."--Philadelp-hia I'ress.
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Found i
yej


n P. i.'. ...i a xl'il
S ,,* . . ,,... r '. 1 1 .' I t .
f', 0l: r' W it .-l "- ., ; ; ;. l Z 1 ."! n ,l
.ut h irt w ,ar 1 r l I,-i, .1 II li i ,:, ,li .
li-'. It IS a'1] 1,y ;a ,,i t '. -'1 l fd
r.,ipidly r :.7iD e f,,r,1 <,. tL.r. !., I i -t. Th[
lh" :t; i :i.,er-.-u' l j <.-4 ;,' ,' c." '1 l i. "al i '"a .
p-' ce .111 d b.lt"-- rt It 1 .. a l g! inYli, 1I
whi'-b In its~.ef 1s and. Aniper-ail.
mean-ing &. iz i.l in chapter 21 ofr
"Adarn1i BIde" (1859); also In a poem
in PIunch of April 17, 1869. The first
stanza in the poem alluded to is as
follows:
Of all tho tps in a printer's hand
(Ccmnori,.:1 r,- to the ampersand,
For i.'-.t. pentleman (seems to me)
Of t! : ..-i iphical eompanie.
(ih. mn'' i,;,.- iirtle ampersand,
M:. ~.r. .n wqnlike ampersand,
] going,oin g tri-.t Cadmus ever planned
I 1... i s In'. -Igant ampersand!

Prussian Dairynkaids.
Ill ln- 1 ,-':at Elbing dairies-in west
F'ru.;.;a th'.' tiry maids are not per-
ili'itI I t, 'M:.,r corsets. The different
r-M- -i' i r.i-:liency are indicated by
ii ... \. .ri. The milkmaids wear
... i'. pupils white also, with
ULi, ; .. -' h, w-.v. r, of black velvet
b i., l! dairy teachers caps
.:'! I-,'' !.. Mny dalghYers of
: ..' .. :. i'y take a course In
tl; v .. l, ii aii i. v.,.' the uni-
fo. i p |'(e i.. i.s ii.- a sklrt,
if.1'l -t r .t ,.1 1 l k '.'..-rlI ,-, .'s. It is

;tni l H r, i-natl in i oe-k
CU1'Lto riill tje,"C-'t ti vari-.,i "a ,l' ntj-:it1.

"i'.' l -,'" Wasq"1 a lih 'p6 r n''I.-iteV
tL'. ii i1i.- ,ii -.'rt-idn. "Nothing venture
ri.',t'r.' \' ;w Ic a litre proverb, and
-o et; ... it. 3 a good g.idi-g p"iui
::ic. If a single qioetion and not a gen
c.ci.'l 'I, 'r I were, un'0 o. teinf -;.s'on
ie mi;it say that the cont'.itiian war
'ant a velture. A.s a rIe vwe a.e pro-
un,.1.y coSnvih ne:/ tlhat a ,'o (oIar n is.
rt'ci than a ]b;is, le Sit)10; ihiat c'mi-
'-rt ii al-way. preferable to wen th in
Slo'ec'y. The one ilithg to be avoided
t.'.) all others is i'si. bity 0t in-'o;e
hl'f-; is not to sugne'.t that under al
.od'itUJos a mtn ahkukl prefer the set
1-ed anid sure.-In1'.lc, e.(eieC)t.

The Rift In lie Iute.
There w..s never a ti? v.- when Mrs.
u ,utin i
>ot fo-rw::rd 'not only for herself, b-At
or all her friend.e
"I*w o-". M:'ry 'v ln get-ting on?" ak-.
'* of the ne ighors whln Irs. Aus-
,.I tr'niti'lid froiu a visit to the house
1i n f )rli:er rqK -ent of Bu-it'y.
.E. .' . U
S. I r I I I li i lV n '

i . i s J .I
H. m' I 1. . "* :- hi ii i l
i i .i I. n ::**' *.:ut w an]
. .u-I ". [ t- S ind :, coilt..-
i t r li J in b: re
,,' .- .i i .'i l * r\ l' li tle w h ile ':"
;. .. ... i i..,. i. .hi ,,r, h .i hand -Li:ill
:,.-' \,,tt M r,. Austin's [.o>int e0

i \.1." iAd .Mr A..ul sting. with
'i ,.'' ,, .,r "I do 't .Pe n2 y
," ,' . 1 t r ':,t I' \'lI r -. Ik
,.\,. ;.,. I ..f live to,: k ) e o"
S *. .'. i- lial.le tu be ailing now
thil t hi ."
Femininity.
De Style- '"as she i-urpri-ed when
yo' t.,ld hb r th,-re was a price upon
her .head? Dptectlve--Ye-; she asked
me If-it was on straight.-Smart Set.


HARWAR.


PIONEER STOME Business,
IS7S, and built up.,bv the late L. M. Ware,
ily Reo-rganized und under. Nw MaiNigelient

57a ltrafge of old. P ons
Q- Trading Post. and ofiw \w ones as
-4 Sunifoibrr tir and courLteos treatment


We Pay the F'reil1tt-on all Goods eycoot Flour, Meal
and~ Feed to any Po-,R'office on the Bay.



We Never Disappoint fur -Patients.
We Fulfill Every Promise and levri old Out False Hopes~.
WECURE i~al ordeenlftionlfrom bgu Cnaiu lo omo
Vgr Postively eizdn V_ mi~itbi prae.
Tae Dr. FlIng' M *l" i f Itono iiumli[U..l 'trit b 'utp rmal- .r
r thp trAT.i *.r-F .t g1ii fur Ltl.' lrtinunt'.IUrandi)ri' En 4-i.1
by alatepff ieL 1!i 1 i6Ay.91I k 4E33 I rL;,-.'
Otir~iuce.s fuii b ji-,r tI r r41'. .,aitrDLpa-
fled: W P U z bpbm 1aiii..'
`1Vr..V..are .1W pd V ,framii 1 I.,tor-
lea. X-rqy, VLgiel I3r dI .'. t
rr~i'.l l ofic ~ r. I. I -.y' Ay fl!7Aei1d gradilateS ~
ar I Icen i .phrs ; '.
~' eii pn, i') V. ~ 31 aih nts and
ul l.lii.IAI. 'n V ivge f j
~~- 4~.K % ~ ~ 10h.111.1 per Iu._-r.L n-11- i.-.1 azld we give tthe assur-
n C. ia 'ire wIin. L,. I l'''i-.k"
MlY fIEsr JfFERENCE IS. t~rc~ iitn npr
Al t'A p oidI,, b asEn 14 1 yv .'*Ll: .r ninku l~leaeurnatisnu,
1 '0 1 .% Iijli~re. fly ce't' iil n ete.. Caid all Private
UNTLCURED. ~ULi :A~% Tur11 ni:A All 1, 1 u-s, t a~arrbo)f the
e. 'mr. qI ar,7I. LI, .. . 4CS OZ 1W3o and PEar,
N.K. KI1NFGQM 0. U('Ihoi c' D11111 4(.S Cl --h as Dilsplacements,
1 g.(1 a i -e i .u n~ l n i In I %;t e(te d O il r q e t w
ri e blI l, Al' I -, [l n illd~I' UOi n w Menit
i-ooo ol L O J :-F r T A T 1 ;'r I 1- N D A l I t V F


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LEAVE. .
Tuesday, 8:30 p. m.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m.
Wednesday, 2:30 p. m.
Thursday, 9:00 a. im.
Monday, 6:00 p. m.
LEAVE.
Thursday, 3:00 p. m:


GOING SOUiT1I.


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n n ea

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ridlay, Al:;t a. 1m. t.A. friday,
friday. 10:00 a. m. AMlIviil-. Fridav, '
P" A-... la. Ii.'riLldaZ 11 :
:PA-SSETETG-E._- -P.A'TEJS. -.-,
Penbacola to St A ,il ,_.*. I n -'l .\ii i I,. T i,. '-'
Pensacola to A n i, a j,,. i' 1 1 ,i I. ., i ..,i. '."
St. A ndrew and ,Mi L il .\i ;. ,i,:i ,, ', .Lil.. "
Pesacola to Al Mobiln ..,. i-.
The above rates incJud l ,Ii-..I t.,i l '. C; BARHOVW.
.(apt




G ene Ir 1 1 e r c h a nd i s e

.j.4 PU A FANCY. .,RQCER

CookinI nd dIeating StoVs

Sewing Machines and iNcedles!t

fumrs, Furniture, Eta,

UNDERTAKiER S' SUPPLIES,

ria OReiLts, Bs.Suit's, Etc.

(GIVE E A E AC 1,A I


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Dry GuodS, StVIP -d Fat-icy GCrot les

Notions, P ro6V 1'isio ns and Feed Stuffs.'

Corne-r Vfas~i-,ngton Avenue and IBayview 8~
,I payf Cash for'Good~s414dilmifs tw.

a strictly Cash *o lReady Pay



T hill 4 jm yI f ull- ii e'n s't1 I ii Iv. t0 1' a sl' 'iil 0 1 .1 fill

C. E. AiAC, tINN & CO.



ASH4 TO E ~PRSPERInTY4
A131 1ALVS N ~Cannot

', ) NI i'j','VYC GH0 VD -

L~i~cE -SHOE1 rCEdIs':

Ship P- rrd nap!

Ntos, in mt d and Oils, Ne'ts a. Th(I T%



SE8L A 1) LS'AND 1BOY'S IJA'1'S.:-'




AG',,C T .nITS V F 1:-,, ~SPECIAL ATTENrI(d
AM~rJ(Ai'n 13A~rG I V N r1o

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Wj;j iiL1E] 0 TilT 1_1j

~ cchLoa(;ng,, We Are -
xvyl.e- /12 -[ IT' ii~ ItSHOE1MEN!

Buflunt,) U pJt1P Ih'il Oni v 95',50,

CnE 3 RACKIN & Co..





tI S PECI AL iEIfifitl OFFER AVE
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L. E. WARE. Q TWAY WARE. J. H. DRUNNOND.




Ware erc nilI u

Thorou Ihly Rleorganized.

MAlartin G. Post,.

HEADQUARTERS FOR


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)t-'ianetss C('(iiut b)e intn -

reach tile dista-~.d p.,nlii:. ti it ,i I.
lbjere i l only '.ne 3\ 1 t ,- d i -'
a n d I, h ,l t i i I *. h ll- t ., u it i .O $ '. l i '
f )e l'ne ,s i.- cC:tLt Ld i' '-li iI 'l ', ,i li.
tiion of tle inii- u.S liliii g o ,1 i1' lt ',-I t, -
eAii tult.e: W lien Hii t.i L 11 .n i, i-,
tou h.tve a rufnfllin' o.r. niId Ioi iuperteet
hearing, and wh len it i-- .:itii l. closed
deafnec s is the r-e.ilt, .nd nil l,. e the in-
flarnination can ble taik'.u nut J,.id It'is tubc
feitored to iNs norui.,Il condilhn, hlicaring
'ill be destroyed forec vr; i, i'e cases out
Sof en are ca."sed liv eata ilih. which is
nothing hut an inflanied onlil.ui' of ri1e
tmicoirs surfaces.
We will give One Hunritricd Dollars for
nye ase ot deal'nes- icau'.,I byI eat-'rrh,
't cannot be cn r.'d hy Hall's Ciat.atrh
Send f "k. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0,
LR. lii. ta it.,.i P a1. I


mwerinK 1use U~msjoerrta.
f lowing st-i'5 .y( Lf I%-1 0 ; C L' AYI v
a'a one of W.- Pgu-N-Lik is tola
~grapjher of the Germuan enuIpvu'

_.t-4 evleW !M'n l-elin the k'al'er ima-
pat iently reprima-nde-'l ol IJ G inral von.
Teerb elcit for ios~ng his lvit ; t

t'r yur niaJesty Lh~Inti5I .1W,'t~thiii
to Id, I b'on,'(it you to) allu'.' we to re-
sign.
"~No. 1)." pe'lile O.l te maf(icr. i"'You
'fire to VOun'1-' to reshzn. 2ta'eed 11
your blo dhidi't courzv' rbr-m.:;h your
v(-Ius qul )F.mIst 3'ij~l WoutldLbe a
mnore usef~ul myW3,IcalileL'..
0 U th %if i-n d.cTtb i Iny n .kali]
audid te gcw1,-r. Itl at ai b all
T1he g'nei'al was i11-igtc 501 Ln
ladles.
"Alt, Merschelin'7 &Ied 6the C e1,i
or, "ftual I.; r'igh t. (I '~ t,- .
Take a vi-'.-I g it't, mO-Z tLr.. I i:
Ft I t. t 'On U e '. I Ie14211r "5 411 0

1 7u'- Agi aeral Po'-I "- Ii. v",t'sIto re-


W I1.12LO L In' t -I - o; -

s LL n d.:'

Thne'N- N't T-J. 'Ii
'fri-i er 01' I -rn I- i iri t't;t t -i' .
out? SO-titn l'4In'-'V1hPi'O:k
air. Ti-aveler--Whnt! Isn't there one
before thatle Station Muster-No, air;,
we never run one before the next.
~~~ ~ ~ W-~'~


TFOMPKINS.
Sp 1if report to thi oo_3103.
1),1. p!1 p (,I v I Ie, t! I Vl~3. le


;1'.11 *isk ed.uhowlie liked Hi~IP ini e,
lie sai-i lie ''did not comle here to, like
or ili~i ke the place, but to work an~d
SuI3 teilie people," As lie has-a fam-
ily cdl* ive cliildran,,lhe im certainlyv de-
serving of the co-opeiation of all tile

W \. r1olipki~is has his cane-
dttteradtided to*,the Cane 1m1ll. S
I lltt Ii.? is Inow4VStillping IInkne byDiv .
i111jiii1i%. doing tile 'orl; ol about funi

Ni *s Della Yo~iwA gh d1Ml
11 iielEllis o this placo were jo)iu1 d
III IIIV lolilla of wedlock 1,18" Satlir-
\I,,.Al their m1anyluiv 'leds %\ill wish
Ili aioalitn, la)IVad pios)eIy~k
j--1 1 V tili (M g'ilif1'.

I~~~t ~ ~ [- S ,n a v y I t_"Ie roj' -l 1i.,







S1iii 'illhlie' andz 'Il in iv 6are I I .
..1iis'i0. C. T1 -mlIkhi Its

.III l)I~n-.i()Iile thO ;A happy aid
1.111s New *oar1l.

it, ~ ~ oul iiRl~i' (it~iIe-ixleci3' Aso-
Iu ll Y 111 Ijli iiil')s.


Ii- lit 0of Ill)'i miI14: 1 1 hhr e n In e dj;eIl1e
'i "ii jui i 41405srl bstlu nies is -so lo~i-
1-Il- l.itil-, 11.1o Q, *iis14 1mis thann the dis--
I I -,I which th e y ,tre sunllei Iigb: vIv
ill i. I'lorild Know thaiClit r l~'
h. ;o. i he edy is perfectly sali' 101',eliil-
'hr -- I-ho. It co htainls liItllhl 1ii, ra ll-
riln I ill'cuhcolds anid crou p ii;unl-
'HI '- O1.br-Sitle biv a it 11 icizxe dealI-


H-urA~ritTYS HUNGERS,
Wh I,.IU i7 ey Are r-ird t-~Auc',i at
V. icr T-Ley FrV An'a4t


i'. L. 1 the :- at iI:h they cd'

L .~f,;,-r oo amid f'irk-infniejy.


f 6"'

Ii ~ fj t 01..fY- t nyZ0a 01)


f~' -.-L~11g x'~ciiyears.

-' f-or .- ~ - n e -i,






L-i~ reUrc e u!,oC1;ione Small nLea

~ ~ P1 .: i':"frp.un)H;Oty Iais
It' i tab ou;t jf e, t o-nth e '''U


-' i"1'JIIthe '"1Pro~,rt1'

T,- b'ar- A 'vli-'-u he isr ~rc


-1 V n -- -. F lJi.11-,ti f.
's. t_1


'I- F,'y* i'ii 4
--


. i .., i .'


Twin Earthqannk:-..
E~ "th.unks e which con : '.f t .',
sho-cks : J-.. e'l bv a bhi' .,h ;,'. ,.;
... .l- ." -.0 _b: .1 ,)



''ast rhoI 12 exi.,ie' icel in ,. "
try belong to thi) v.i tty. i i
lived that twin earthquakes !'ine' ,i- '
to impulses a i;-*: from two ii.......,1
foci, separated in different cn. s, f, ,i
four to more than twenty 'mnil. bui-
lying along the same fault In the
earth's crust.
04K- S


Lemons as Medicine

Their Wonderful Effect
on the Liver, Stomach,
Bowels, KIidneys
%tnd B1fQ(;k- vrv
--temofs are largely used by The
Mozley Lemon Elixir Company, in
compounding their Lemon Elixir,
a pleasant Lemon Laxative and
Tonic-a substitute for all Cathartic
and Liver "ills. Lemon Elixir posi-
tively cures all Biliousness, Consti-
pation, Indigestion or Dyspepsia,
Headache, Malaria, Kidney Disease,
Dizziness, Colds, Losg of Appetite,
Fevers, Chills, Llti:he Pimples,
all Impurities of the Blood, Pain in
the Chest or Back, and all otherdis-
eases caused -by a disordered liver
and kidneys, the first Great
Cause of all Fatal Diseases.
WOMEN for all Female Irreg-
.ularities, will find Lemon Elixir
a pleasant and thoroughly reliable
remedy, without the least danger oTf
possible harm to them in any condi-
tion peculiar to themselves. 50c
and $r.oo per bottle at
ALL DRUG STORES

"One o Dose Convinces."


I I rs I I I'I
I w h.I If 1 '' 7 i,. w.. .1 11.1




N on 1 [0 C1ut1e.

the G;trnuiai\n AeilcanI]iLumhei'ir ('n


Lt.-,. tL'h '- 1I l li 1 l



Or' lu.1. ny ~ '.hhL..I.-ju LaIn.








q~hiea~vi- if-I' 1.110 tli-r -'111t A





cli-isucli ;I-Dv. Kiz .NwLife,
Pills. They it:'-' jo11 t i.IN 1;1 Oni ~e. *l to

Sihenf. At, A. 11. B[i 'th .-%, S[i'n2, C..e


fSunatty Cntvd Play-iug Lar"
There' w ,ata 4 ine Cwhen p ;!'i
Furi"l .--ref r,'!'.M.iIr law- to play
-at, eard I even, ilth. *ir ,N% t houlses, 0o)

ulit. l'.i.I t tr r: -en 0 i i n4 ji~


Table Manaecr. of '.- t.'-. -
-Can any un:o st :1 i .', e (0


old, times after rti'a, vr."
e x t r a c t 1 _i a si x t e : ;. h ,-, .' : - .
e n t it le d A-.;: ; i 1.",. *r i S li. i it s
Rich ': ':;'o i: ; nh )i nularia in b. ,-C.-li."v: ld and
Delightftdul C 'l" 7 ,.,ii', i ith Ele 'iric tl lil.t'-r Th" i i- i
.'*A g nt;ewo:m.:!,-- I: i, ,,dicin : l f pecu l b...lit
must obse-ve to k ep ,,'alL.. for itx.rts a. Ir,_e nitiaik ..
and not 10-n Iy au :':-., oil: I t 's- i, iin' il n

d66w e a v roh a e r ; ,i:. "' ''J . th li .-tlem It i, nLI,. l'i .
w hen j-ou have tno' c - "1 1 4 ) \ l. i t l" i.il il-7. .. ... lu Ihil
and do not sm:na k i, k.'t' al np.' v,, 3:,t i.lI di 2'-. bad ift,.i' etf iee l .
ture to eat t.ppI.i.i .e 'it / : ,1,i I il.i.ii'i Ita. Te:.\., a,'it.C -
fears stand' in Y o;::-' liI ry l- '.it a..l -,
untee-im ly ti c. t o i ,, f,.,,,r ,. ,d .,j un,',ie. :ill I, ,,,,k
preten mded to h: i i E .1 .. 4 -,1,i,,\. ltit.,_., M,,.'Ilqicll saved Il- ire.'.
S '. .' II. H 'Ji-a K st.'., ; in i 'I Iii.
1.1' '. .' 'at -:. i. .'- .
fil, 4out touA th' :
them Ini two b-efoe s _. v,'_ '' 1 : n P n.
It i. very umsei-Ni'ly to dri ; ., : n 'i,-r, .. r ..'c l -i p
a draft that your 7 *is . 1 .'. : "* : i ve'tr.,t., -in-i
and you are forotld to blow t :i .t r : t it.' i or.. 1 E'i.z-ti
recover yourself." '. : i :n jne ,j ..-
4* S -l I. I;!'' i'L. liier nl.uir.i
Stomach Trni.uble a ,nd C,>i,'' i| '' "' h ,',i :,'-.-
"Chamn berlain's Stom ach ;, i -'/ ...1 a- I" :',v '-:,. 0: 1..
Tablits are the best tI ing 1 .
:,, ,* wm f t m"'b = t re
troubles aitd con- patiaton I n 1 "in- I. .u'" a n u t ,,f i1,l, s-.. of
sold," says J. R. C1n1llian, a d\ d. ,,. .
ott. ri lie, MVih: ', .ai '. i- .- ... .
and "alw.vs giie sntisfiction. I tell in. '*"''- PARKER'S 1
cn-i..,,, i,, .' I ; ,, ,.,, I i i.t .,i'- :ln. HA IR BALSA M i
t c . ,.. -,, ., ,- , ,. ., t
b i. .. .. . r . . ..1...r.. .... F.

f ..1 ...'r. t.-. I
e- -,, ~ ; T-- HE -
Y^^.- __.lL. ___^^b .-fiwf *&


SHBEST Fi 'uI T B r a 1 l
B-ill. dicor


f yo havot y n Bay Fro0nt nar Washington Ave.,
bowels every day, you're ill or will be. Keep your u "..
bowels open, ad tbe well. Force, in the shape of
violent physic or pill poison, is dangerous. The T A D W A ,
smoothest, easiest, most perfect way of keeping
the bowels clear and clean is to tako Pr r I 1 El
CA DY sPr- ll II.iulc", i n-ll S, B( s. Etc.
CATHARTIC Or .- a. E.. .. "- .- 0Mm d." a.


EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Pleasanr. Palatable, Pr.I' nt, TaFte Good, Do
. N :r r .i k- W ,i k.- <..r *irVp ,.: 1 *-I -" r-. .t
50 eeot v, r boix. Writelortree sumpI',and b-.i k-
let on health. A ddrAss 43
Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN






Reall Estl A t1111

PARKER, FLA.,

Is prepared to list property
for sale and pay taxes.or
collect rents for non
residents.
Te rr. 0e s na bse.


Therexrer nelUCCa'i Ptte'ru golst in'the United
States than of any other make of patterns. ,'This Is ema
account of thoir style, accuracy and simplicity.
" icCall's Mag azine(The Queen of Fashion) hba
lore &..,,.- r,'F"-r" ih.a, -i yothtr Ladies' Magazine. On*
ye'r's d,,c r -n t12 r. .umbers) costs 50 cents. Latest
umber, 5 cOurI. E cry subscriber gets a McCall Pat-
tern Free. hucrI.e today.
Laidr A ents Wanted. Handsome premiums ot
li'bral ca;bi C.-mmissiion. Pattern, Catalogue (of 6ro de.
igr,) aoLa remium Catalogue (showing 400 premiumst
e-it fre# Address THE McCALL COa'Nj*Yorkl'


! aomgalzt I E."LImr


Es-~:~ats CU3~11 ly urnj%,..-do






At W. VW. TZT3AEAIS C11 S d., MILLYILLE, FLA.,-

VMS ~a. m\.1LLo of

1"' L M FIq 1-1.N 1)I1 S

Dr~y Groc.ries, Pvoyisions,


VT


Headi-ILlarters t~ Pu 'lie (nAS-e lCollntry'


YO C.,-
Y-tou- I: ~


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Cherry
know what


ic doc- ffor clh ~:! breaks





up a cold in i ngle night,
wva rd s off 1,rc. Iiniir i..-,Pr 0e 'vZ: r

vise pnr.-mc to ihe tj it,,,-I ,,an c.I

I I. .. ii' L-




IMT ungs~


c4.s Nis greatly aid the Cherry
Arcco0 in' breaking up a cold.

o ,.'e,, I. c... .. 1. ,.

k .t -o'' '"" I > I1 ,
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t" .n '? '..- -!' n ,;F .






Nto .c ld of A ppliea coio l fo T;\.



A. o1: J a s Tied a d .
LLI3 oice, L oand ci:'s'Iidliature a Sta
Uaider Section ss ot (haiplcr 4-fR-e l.,i o .
.Florida l
oti4ce' is hereby given o liaS t Mr.-. h1 1.
is, '222 :.. -23. d ti t hI' ;li tiit\ of hiilV4.

n 5 'oiceTe, and hilis anJ apdbeiung ia i ',i r
Stax ii.:.,It to issnue in l colrdai e w-th li .
"'.,li i. r ilio nies e tlIr ice tl.h lionvila l .t
1, 1 -. i i.. 1 IprO)A.rly situated in \ ii-:liiAiloii
c ninly, i'to fiida, ol- itu: Lots 2 aind si lt
bii ek 4 of the ni w ot e .ion 1, 'O p. u -Is,
l, A w., 'The si9d5 lain. d i e ing *is0e -i,
at the .date olti thorisuinc' ot such c;c,
lilih.., lc ill ti nI;i iels ot l '.. 1. 1i-h an.

sates slia Tl ie ri -ideeiiidiicco iiJir Iou, o,
tax deed il at i.lit .ticreon ii tife 4. ,ti
l.ay. of JHit 3, luH'y A. D. 19 6..
i\\ iiilesS ihe reiiyuil igilitv <', at il sCeal
L.. ;J this I tlihe l ili da iy of Decen oher.
).905. C. OCKEY,
. Clerk Oircuit. t iouri
v of o l ii.Ii io C lptintj,.FUL lida J

,1DEAKTMENT OF TIlE INT'lT-fl. I*i -
l.Ula ld ('fI,.' at AintES ille, iA.
Dec.. 18, l-'.. -
SNIic- is hereby given tliat the fol-

it '. ii e IJ.llii i-Ie I" li. li ,l ic n i of he
.l'' tlll.,h i anI a11 !i ii| l l U ,.il prI w till
l, l I- i nf l h ie t l.le lt e c hk lo ih .ci c i l I c'Oth .

'V. 1 on1 F.: n



il Il. L. BU .HA NAN\ ,.f Ellr.. I i.
t. I Ba \'> ii I.Iol
lid U :l-* r 1, 11, folr he wA . i : ....e . ", t
I'1,),- tli-i f r. 'th l' o vT'l i wI,'- ,1, n. 11. t.1up O
priotv e 'i t V;.ofll_'t i >.ld" -upoti .l 'i l :
\V ll itin s o V ih e- y Ii,' \ F iiiOt) ,: l
l i 1i ,-', l''li. litl .I L'li. .tli-it 1 ock of
'" *- \\ G. 2,:,i;iN4 -.,:, ,, RegJister
l_.' i,.Jii,,'", fee paid. .
NOTIUE L OUR ,1ULICAIO'NuA.
DEPARTMENTT OT' THE INTEIO: ',
1L.',i, OFFICE AT GAINElSVILLE, FLA.,,)
: D.-'. 18 190 : ),
Notice is hereby ; 1 t.I..hat- e tt.illow-,
ini-named settler has tiled noticee of lii,
inleitionu to make final proof in siuppol'ln
.-I h claltimi, and hiat, aaid pr'oof.wisll i._
i,.i before the clitrk of the cilrc-uit C ur
at, Vernon, Fl. on Jain. 26, 1906, viz:,
Li IROY H. i UO iANAN,jr. of E-oro. FlI.
lid N -.. .'I for the nw 14 of sec, 2, tp
2., r,16vw.
I H :.i'i, the following witnesses to i
!prove his continuous residence t1uo1i al(.i
cultivation of said l;iid, viz:
I I..... I 1 B, ooks, Jaines i VVest, il
\ll' itv' tla., Daniel J. inlsot anid Vil-
ii .tu \VI. Vinson of WVcstbay, Fl a.
V W. G. Roi.'so-N, Registeir.
*Ii-E,.I:t,, 's fee paid.
NOTICE FOtBR PUBLICATION
I)EPA ,:'' r. EN T UP TUE INTMIlIOR,
Land Otih ce'at> ('ii,.--; ill, iha.
Dec. 11, 'i..,. "
',.i,.. is lhereby given tli.it ihe folloN-
ing li.liii l settler ha. filed notice of hi
intention to miaike cuniiulitati. ,lI.. o il
sUlppoit of his lainl, it d that saidflti .....-.
wvili be inmae before tlhoie clerk of the ci-
oli'it voiirt t at ornion, Fl u n Ja. 2(i,
1906(, viz.: 4
WILLIAM J. GURGAQIOUS of Antier-
*' .' s l.,' Flit
id. 3369. for lihe nw tI sec.' 5, yp. 2", r.
14w.
He nanees the 't,-ll,.,, ii. witieszses to
n ,l h i_- ",illil llii lai.01 ,ic l I)Lu ,>,i,
i,_'u lti i lv n i. ii ul .i.Lj la i i' % i/.:


^Editoi'> li> I' ,ii


MvIoi'ce Notiee,
1-ir:,t Iudni -Li lllit -,I lli I, L


prI M ry II I" Iih.1.1 1~.7 1. 1 i t, %'i I ll n-


di is ~ drut iIn t hP. v 'L .-"% I' .
flu re'tn ~ u I, c- 1.1 1 .) I In ,
li'. I ''SohL,-I rin "4 iid u

t -I s nil-- M A1 f,. I rt;I- 'n I,- i I'(
f t' l- I I v n u-d.in j: I LnSI I III l




;, I c0 p+red rvi r-' I I.

I it s lorl iuu F
to 1.411 W.n I Benu lr .InI
h-to-u'- ~. '~-mbrla1- -
0 i-lrtiile. ~\. 'An..-, L ...oro(i~i~

Unt 4C K 's I -i' il i'n ris t 1

infll -re hi.nr: t-'.0 I,.i-n' 1bi .
to loll 'i' IIAtWitL rn i .:
of '- 11111 ug Ia h niIl '%.I'
thatgm'tlt-ntn pr:eseD rve nI- -


i O ii o b ll0 i i I IoI IU "r
rLA



.P..; i'Vsilns"



B at 0ores. Hay, Grain andi Feeu Stuffg;

,, ; : 'a -Airp e \. TI .. I ti ,,le
COUNTiYY :DUCE BOUGHT ANDq ,sL6;
F FISH ANi 0(iSTER DEFT IN CONNEC170N.
We v.ill Not Be Undersold!



S Tie Allaitiltii Liaiber Cliipahy,



(G GENERAL MERCHANT ;,:T

AT ALLANTON ON EAST BAY'
/ARE iOW PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOl, :.

1 ft- i OHt 1 f) ItIf E.]8K SE L UTfll"

Whether Large **r Small. Write for Prices[
*-.4


PIJNEtFa DrRUG STORE.


N' L-I- -FL.?-


C=L-


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i)F1AY lAli-i 11-4


.fi[l|,iAc S 2Tolet Aric


I d nockNostrums,

PRESC3IPTNS CaE FijLLY COMPOUNDED
', J l. : ,M D)Drutaiist.
....- . . . -- - .
TIME TABLE



LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE A H
In Effect April 14. 1901
N i..\\" I 'l;i.1 .\N .^ .\1 .M11 i ,ia l .


AN!~iiI


0s: I'~



l"K -

101 i
L21[:.;in






12:8
a III



:203
2:18
313(4
We2:

4-0 S-
560)4



6:10 -
W:!01


N'o. 8 No. I


N ~ III ~ I~l p ii. 9:30 a in.'





0 I M,. -l!.,:1 F. 2:45 ..215
iwO-i 4tileO 8:55150~




Iii.I I .*i-.i. 'IAJ4 I~:5' p ii. 6:30 P. if
ii.i-i)I::;" 61:06 '



(ait(~~)j i*1.* ii 5:27 .
9 1tdMI .1 1:. 10

.1 "0il .1 Lf 4 :11

De rI IT I
010 'I? ( )s5sy 11, .3:1 4i ''
1'F unia' :.

10:10 'We t II17 .5
t,:I15(ar'\ iI 12 I1:44



1 :4,-) 'Y ). --1I1:J.) a -ti

I 0 L-.o 7',1* 111i1. 10:20) a. rq


t_, I n". I,,-- 'i'a'L. U *w-i .isla e
tili''.- Iit r a ,I v. ~r terin than seven

11] flnl(11 N')i- itiI1 l. .ic'n-ra te'iI int Lt!h

lil-i that a i-ala~uianc! r
11 'e-x in theOro1-. it f.:ilI:4c-yso tfar e-
oc-lo'I d i- in thre ti ili that tdiic i.'rhiiius
in1'7:1-J!ki-e ltj ISt iaht caujiot ell-
Ill~~ I],-.l P''hat of the sun., but
~i~niu i -14'I*Instones 'to avoid it.
-il v~i uec-rtI-. its reputation for
rir'~ -i '..I h-)U,' -;Mulch lingers stilt
II ii~i'',~i-gIteniithat Is na-med


TI 1' f I~ .11
4 in. 4 Leii r % ei r ql~




~.i. :i1'.-'li-t- I-- I A' -llul s


Hism ','-ken jiah'-.
1., ''l u -i I % -1
if I dea to" U..


I ;
1:1 .,


-AR.
-- i~t!; 111 : e Axte -'


to 11 a 1.0-ys I



I jznnr1vgoq things jtRN

- n --Ii" 11")4:1,tkAjust as-'weII,
-o, it~e i- -- Iv 414'~rl ouind,' but


w"! P:'il a.75iysthe p1~inq
-~ i. --,r' 12 z t.,J iithe one vwia

There Jloano
Ithel- Whiat dW, you say to papa lak
night? Fc-rdy-N-otlilng. I vas go
scored thal I didn't open: my mou*h.'
I'ihb. I -(h, that Acconflts for it! 'Hif
sa ld~ *--i impressed him very favoma;
Fly! ifroeNoteq.

k th-n 'Vi t. tnLeiielliten to the o,.
sel or %-- 'ur friend, hjut seek it oWl
OrIeO.-Hardy.-
The, Brute.
Wife '(whri Is nlwitys ailing) --
a ll hniiy in.o by the aide of. niF drM(
iio-;b.trii. won't you, A-eai-? Iuabaiid.`-
~'lii 'I'~ur'.my d~e8N5--


. --mm ,r ,. ,

A ct directly on the lve".
S 'I They cure cO.nstipation,
Ie P ibiliousness,- sick-headache
..... Sold for 60 years.: o:!
S.intyour mouStache. or Ibeard IinKII gIAMt flVEJ


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S : M CIow .Inv I' ,, IThe.' ne of ... ;, .. N : M t Ii.,; heur white
S tally nk no ,
l in.. .' Vo i i th ..,'a, o.n 1 tiriug
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i . . :', 'd ",-3 i l ., I l ' I' ' I' i
;, a: U I, ..11' (,,i t... r-t ., i. '*' ", wi ro1x:k 1.' h-1.- i, "drew 1
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w ; ir il :ta ll u .1.1, 1: ll i 't
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1,, I..-1 .i... '..;h Sh' m ent ined ;, ;: a.td ibt 1 tu t -l,-.?:
.. I I. .. ,, , draw his chair
fils'.h he said. ; m .-a,- iin slowly, e
S. .; would not, find ur-(e lis at h r
S on n (e ,,;. i < youl r pirt of v.,I ... l l ,l..hi, drew th: i;ar'
.' .. -. :;" ,-' z-, k.ep oar ac ,, m, -i ,, ,:, ,,, o- I ',,. I,;' vera .
,- t .. i'i.: .. ,y.o.. Y .W i iO r.is d"-. I.)," i ,;t db?" ,:. d he.
T ,'i ,) ta.... d she, wasn't l ,. ;it. N, tw for cushions. n
s*. t or n tl, ;


t *,,::'.! ''"s*. .i 'r ,n .ii. r' !,-i f il'then to her. /

S "w b o "th Jee a 'h.," e an totuln ed.
I -.1`,!i,..- ,: f:, w e n the ,, ,. .. ur d o hy, sink -
',"" i::n g"" 1;'"' ,v frque y ji iback into tihm with a sigh of con-
.:atly : '. {er crimo than' t .t. 'Th is quite pe(f ,'t.
S.L A ordinary It l I he wen I frtch you a sin-
t, ;' to the shade," he amended.
Sr:)- : ;' .t uo top'y, inishade' crid she. "Go away,
^- P *''* n you (Uoi- h w ant thee.sun."
,,:v 1 l* ('*" etter:' To "You'll be ph'kled:" warned he.
b coise, be "No," corrPected she, dimpling, "pre-
e ...hat (he ad- served." Her long black lashes lay mAo-
6:': ..A '' ':' i In tiat ese tionless on the wild rose flush cf her
it c: .. ;: ,>.. ;, ., curiosity he k
r ;:: ;:;;(:.iwa hre to The esrl chuckled and, pretending
n <':' ::.- -' i re'hired wih ihe that lie fancied her already' asleep.
", a'.* ,a':cdJ the evL.I- relpt elaborately away on tiptoe. Joat
:'". l:' *"'*." ,,' 1 t o0 '.?' and the rest of- them were In sight,
trs2< n' t a: (n-. 3.:' ,ro/p',' sure dad ho-advancedtto meet them.
t) ,,.t i .."--N. w York Joan Shannon was unquestionably a
beauty. She bad been photographed in
S o r every variety of pose; she had been
1 : : i g' I 't painted- by several of the most cele-
n, ,. 2.'itI. brated artists on two continents, but
*.'V.o ha ve for ',i ner-? .ittle. in ,,,l, of this fact, sbe had passed
.:,.- '. ', L. through the whirl of ibhrie seasons and
S_____ wns still unwed.
.: t o'is ". :L-. dr of every do :.L'- must be waiting for a title,':
.. people sai, n 3 olher girls far less
Sbheantiful came olut, danced thro 'igh a
SA.- .L.... easol or 'two. and were led to' the
,,.'.. :'.. "'f a. = :-, | ni ,l 1 y l m en of their choice.
r ,.* ;.., "".'. ^', ,. i. Ove l- ,, w r t.ih t m- ay be, ,. o deAl
-, -'- ? l1't.i'5 I n .'-o 1 g .t .h 'i i particular
.. '- r I,-, .. pairty : T ou F5 'l: ., n'; i (: ioun-
~," ', .' . ,;.' itry )Place ou 11? .-:i 1 ;':1 -i the young
,a;"L :'j. ..,s 2 ..rl of Stowl''i',ge, n Ul il i was common
..-. t pIrl' T 11pforty ib;:t i.-: ih '.non already
: ..ad found. h .very ati ractive.
: ' :, A U V- soi',ry yoi u coui dnut jolu
r .i :C '''' Piic us in ir I" il thi morning,"' she began
'" C .00 in hbr swPitM, .-uave voice. with an ac..
Tjt i cent which -wn th result of much
S,.' ''',ii "a travel. "Is you.- hcalanche better now?"
t" .' B*. ''Ponmy In honor, I've not given it a
. ,. thought for the last half hour. I found
... ........ ..... S Mi- Dorothy reading on the veranda,
S ... ............. .- and she to;k pity on me and put down
,.... a,< ,b- _. ."", '"' her book, !nd--well, somehow she must
f_'^ S ,- '".- '=:':b; .- c'' have cured my headache: She's got jol-
?' V^^ -';^S ~ly pretty dimples, and she.'s a cousin
"' .,- of yours, didn't some one say?"
p A "Yes--'dislant Mamma never liked
S m(m to aOsocia1e mucb with her family
., &*- whLen we weore little. n'i now, as you
,- "'^* 1 - .'- i.',;p..s can imia.''in', 'voe airent v -ry e!'--con-
," -' ""t O-muiiis geninal."
c Auin. in. ,. i ,&.. nd "Swr a f1n". o-worv-d tlhi earl aicouo
An' vr'n: * ur ,amin, frce hleo t I n i'a]y. tHis faiir 'I vioL I i IL .'.i IconjL'I L *;. I a 1 1 .' W
Stti. r i okiL a i re.pro i4 'nl 'I 'And who "
'- : "l,"-' *h,1 -,' t .: ,l; '. : l 1oi. r() '.,] ) o)3 'froL hun '' "s. 'i oh .
tpeCrk' -iL, wLouiCI.!;.c, in L ,.' l '' I d},on't huor'." soidl his lordsbin

A n. n ;; I LL ',i 1 . Mi'-s i hn nowfounod h,'rsrclf wonder-
ci"L tLI n ,,r aloy n'o ',i'> ,, u ,il;i. r. ,, ... a ing for a ni;0me011t a, ihey ta ked on
-",ar l'"r nIL I L iL 1. id ,y t "Lr i. .i i ,. ip prove testy
t?;', I A' 1 "2J.- "O , ,fit' al. \I 2 :i11 i'p Ih' hi;easy under
u1' L. i-iiw Xl o U1 L (' i .'I B,'L or;'li.L3 I. bont to
h iind 1lIote submit-
it I' L i110 *' on e. i1li disli k


\ .l\I' ii, "> i' \N;i) ij; \V (',l 1 e 1t, u-bro ght'i up to e: pec people to
5. 0 It, i e* -, 1i i i v 'r l 3all Ir,0,ee with her.
f co'use, she sighed, sbrgging
ti I '* all t lIi ,',,t 'ii- ,,"taI '- r bSnul[inf should rs discreetly, "I
hinIlIL'.--is t v),uo ro ani y dl el sory for poor little orolthy. Moth-
..* ' -,-,, la I 'l, 11 iur ehaslihg pr") r v :'mn't aled her at'ter the autumn,
i.. i" I~ 1( Ivdr's abiL f'mi a!d -I'm sure I don't k-uow what's going
,, i..- ..I ,,, *-i:,.,, i i e ... o 0 ,.inL pf' her then.. f".-:. l--i, she'
.t .',l H .. I U .,- I', i,.i ,i .' ,' ,1,' i,' ., -.. "I ense. Just look at
,1in u _. I .\ n il.,,. .. ,, ( ,. .. *' "' '" '- ."' ** -1. in all iLnt sun.
,,,l..,,,,, ., i ,,,I,, I prit- ; IbeCsimiply blaci v. iui'freckles!"
1.1 ix10 O 1, I,. ifternLioon when -ve;lio,(]y was
..i.. [. ,Im at 3 h,. t >)o On..' rootII' for a dl:;.,:i, 'in.m In ILe even-
"'" Io't ri- (:.irl of lStowbridge wandered
A k!' 1'.' IN ,FAI, 'Al' I OF '('IIH S'lT ino eli lib:'-a.ry. :i cool, dim apartment
A, N' f ,I '.'- ) 1 Y (0) CO1 N I'R Y, hI ', da within ;ook0s and made comfort-
Showlijg aill l a, ..s illsp Oseid uf- able witil ('ouc-'e..
the Ciilcimiiiin (', ,,iiijvV, 5ls,, lcal, 1. had Just discovered one of his
,IOirnson), la'ia k,,r, (1roia3 tonii ai 11 .favor'ile :'a' ,.0rs -.1 settled down to
ajiiu i cuntv. Tlhe pilt IF tI i ea0id we'n .,- s;ou'n1 of feminine
S voices in the ad(oniniig room disturbed
l] ts is not s, ,,yi>. r ,i'F L v II- e ai;l ,, hi' I ,* '
S. is atltietion. Six seconds hfid not
this imap it" 'I iliox>im:.t. l,); iIn I a ,e p Wed who- he became aware that
anyv lt is a(tilYv d 'eirminTled. Pri,- I st 0 iO oi',inary. interview ainu that
()rp D)..llar, :t thoe l mov' Orf I he shaoil1 inuikn a stop forward to an-
I'itherlualtp will]' l..s- n y in i) t noun'..- ..hi lir(esence. It was not in his
alln *a'l'itos,.ui ).,'It) >fI ti, price i .e eharn'rer or tri dit.i,4s to be au eaves-
----- .._ :_. -.--- dropper: nevertheless he found him-
O r,,',u iif curiously unable to move or utter
'Our u ing List a ,
'The BU ~ li asmtuv cry 't,, i.lu "Angling for him--I?" It was Dor-
fLiig >rraii i i,,s i b a i te aI !,. v( r.l otiy's voio, low and III.I".s.lo1licl., bult
(e pIhl,:I 0i ..!, in tile coudinlr and I,,N with 3 quick little ,,- z p or Iwo. such
S|, rr o..-',. ,~I eind fl ,or a I. ioli year as would come.o on .f .' had sud-
-'.e U t deSp ly r,,.- ;'-,-.l ti.niio xi.-'".- i douche
YelnlAiii ree I' t ice-..-week of cold water,
S No ... ..-... -.. "Thpro. (nn be no doubt of that,"
'Il I,' Fif '. & "'iz,',' I.;' i,,,'ll' $ S ". le Vi Shan.oni's ley tones. "Only
,'o ,' t 'vi I ori- l 5 y esterti'y, Joan was t.-l.i.-; me of her
Pa ,,:' AIs e'iL ,.' "' '': own mlisgi viuts"-
rIr,.i-I'1 ,l l". t,;r',li r "" .. 2 '* i- ; -".' There was still that
oi l.. \, I rh 2 tuii t ", ." ,h t e r ,
.1'r ,' e7 ..< i; l .1 .2 ' 'lch i the broeah.
F.-,,,r ,.1 .irr,,l, I'*., .* tI,, i I 1 I O "Oh, mi"f course youlg men will be
>'iu.i.,ii ii i F -r,-'Vr tvi,'<. ,Mel-, young mcn," contint.- .1 i.-. ."ii:inon. l
xT l f i . t-.- '< ..... witi a pIn"u in her '. .'i I -.,1 tI ,:,e-

N . W, .- Ii nr ,-I;.i-. ,.. 7( outtlt'tI-'anE'ih;g iron. Y-.. ar, cr.- -
., .. ... ..-i . . . ... .. | 7 I ,; .1 t .is u te the f .. : Vt. r'- -
'lh i ,t- ..'. ... .. . 1 i and cai-l2t-ii:-but ..i: '- x
F.,,r ,t.. .,., r' ..1 to tel-l y un: If you \'l:h ti: *
,, ,*' ...1... 1 ,, whiH, W this household yo.n must ,'-".: aI .t I-
,'-a i.1 r f- ., *i ~ t-fer, Ei ut ,-- .\A:..1 r. .-'uter, not an-
t .-Iti \t,,r .... e,-,-i ..,, v-'rt Ih Earl


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,f Sto, i;,, ..,"i- h-. i- Lu tler thi,
roof. You may. go now.' .
There was silence just for an ap-
prectable fraction of a second; then
little D irothy seemed to be drawing
herself up to her full height as she
lhung a I1 in n'. passionate nuswer into
her aunt's face:
"I thought at -6ast you were a lady,
but you're n cruel and Vulgar. Oh, how can you lbe
so?" Dorothy, sobbing miserably in
her hot anugr and insulted girlhood,
was-obliged to leave the room. Mrs.
Shannon, cool and collected, as always,
touched a bell' anl sent the cook some
orders about the sale.
Ater .'!iii'.r. while they were da h6
.tig. Ihe earl sought Dorothy out in the
stir sprinkled niugh, where she had
N-anderelt.io a hammock under the
trees, far frt,om the hatterirg groups
'a the verani( .
"I'vo been won.lering who Wras be-
hind li:3,t lighted cigar," she said lIght-
ly as he joined her, and theu. more
...l .Il-, drawing in her breath dep-
ly: "Isn't it .:.-ni.ld out hIeru t,. eight?
I like to catch [rit srlnlg bl.rne from
the scan It ."'e m-' ur- o -- "iirage "
"I:s tht whaV you W,*,--ci.I' rig-'"
asked the earl, '.."iking at hi-r tendi,.-rly
in the starlight anil, feeling his 1big.
',"'..' heart a-tlrobl. lIe s.at dow-n ,on
a stump of a tr'- close by. "Yue'te
, '.i;, .-:;i''l. ]li. I i'inuc '."
S"l1 .-*iin:'i i il w t-ie vene W
ni..'.^. I" -.li* ':.l err-d. and uu,1er
the sweet, sudil,-ni p.ll of si mipatby
hr Nips tremrn.-- i pit-.ri-ly. The earl
lr'fned(I forward ,it, l ,-'i ely and '-i.tly
in]),rionprl one ft .c h 'n-i l-'.
i]-ow," w .- .i ,ll that hie sa 'l. She
.0,,-a.-i'urd H),m, not understanding.
"'You see." he started to explain in
-s -;r:igihtfo:vfward fashion, "I was 1i+
tl; i heiet room this afternoon wheri your
droe-w away from him with terror
in her eyci. "'Oh," she cried bitter-
ly. "you overheard all that cruelty,
nd---and it's made you pity me!"
"It's made me love you, little one,"
lie coyre'ted solemnly. "I liked you
from the first moment I saw you, but
now I know that l love you. Of course,"
be added, seeing that she still shrunk
from him a little, "a thing like that's
easily enough'said, but just give mp a
little- hope, and I'll make It my life's
business to prove It to' you, dear." 'He
held out his.hand to her like a knight
of old.
Dorothy tried to speak, but her lipe
would not r -p'ni. Then' she did r
curious thing. She took his outstretched
hand in bher own and pressed it close
against -her eyes, and they were wet.

*1'irta6 Whtich Commands Love;
Should some women need encourage
merit they may learn with interest
that men are rather Apt to be vain and
that it is enough sometimes to be a
gobd listener in order to'be a most
successful hostess. The following
typical anecdote proves this. Gomber
ville, the old courtier, somewhat -of a
poet, too, waA known to be paying a
deal of attention to a certain lady of
the hotel de Rtinboulllet. One day
somi one: had this 'o-wmer action -with
him : .... .... .
"You are the 'cavalier servant' of
Madam' ---- ,
'Yes, certainly,"
"Do you love her?"
"With the most devoted respect in
my heart."
'"Why? She is not beautiful."
"No." -
"She is not young."
"No."
"She is not 'graceful,"
"Not v'ry. ,
":. i, not "vitty."
"x., l',l1l particularlyy"
.. .. tlhei, :xv 'iat is it ?"
',lhe -anu l.itn 31i0i:arbl.y.'-Profes
Aii mr-t Kf,;,': in Lifpincott 's Maga

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['earls, for id.ht,.', my wife has a
.i.p.. rti-lil -L:-" L Irror of. She refuses
to wear them and it would be ridicu-
ous to keep tli''in locked up in the
safe." He ptwi- .1 for a moment and
took from the case a magnificent rope
of graduated pearls. "Here is a string
of 175 '..irls that I am willing to dis-
pose of."'
The other two bent over him with
interest; they were indeed a handsome
set.
"I think I' remember being notified
that your f:ither was collecting these,
some five yY:irs ago. I sent him a few,
on approval, I fancy," said Mr. Bramp--
tol, at last, jotting down a conserva-
tive estimate of $45,000 on a writing
pad, which he dropped. in a drawer
where his secretary could see the fig-
ures.
The latter took it, and wrote $50,000
b'Iopeth, and returned it.,,
"I have at many pearls now as I
care to handle." the banker went on,
'but if younwill put a price on these
[ will *, e ift we can make a deal."
*Mvy wife l)usts so strongly on my
disrfil*ng ; f theini that I have decided
te let ithem go at a ipr o considerably
below th- ;' \ lue.> ?,5.(,"0."
Th, oth cva n,'u looked at each
t .'r **I -i2t .'t a in tti-r to bd de-
cid.Il I if faiid Mr. Brampton,
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"If :a I'e ours would be sufficient."
ugg'.*:- larriiig',ni. "I south lie
very pl(e-r-rd if you would dine with
us aoui '%,-e can settle itL- matter this
oVvi -nil:' "
"That is excellent," replied the bank-
er as the victor rose. '"Go'.- day."
'l' il,4*' you would like to tele-
gr;.i t o Si1 Francisco to make sure
tli: e -.'-ythluq Is all right," said Eric
.A u-d the door was, closed.
"Yez I'll wire the Pacifle bank as
a- matter of forpi, l.iut of course his,
receiving me in his own house will be
really sufficient. E'.:-y one knows
lhe'* briaowghit No. 8- Fifth avenue." Mr.
13r.nil.r-:,ii wrote and dispatched the
*n-i' : i.;*.- immediately.
A satisfactory reply arrived before-
ht l+ htth m r H! trr o*'u Mr


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Offers His Pr6fessionial Sr;-vic_:- to tiiC C ijUe4i
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Corner of Bayview and Wycru aVL tic m .

Glassware. fianwarce :-7 -',J- -,
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- L-, t y e 11 LeLilt L a ol .. i i "
had irombved a considerable amount of JI'. mali.ing of nili;s is 'o"; -
Sjewelry from that very bank to his .i-t.t Ameerican, a. ; -
New York house about a fortnight be- oloft Id, indusr '.' THE CO LUMBA A
S ore. ,,r n th.' gie.ALi'r ai'3 G .- /-
"If I -cn conclude thli- purchase sat- hI s been hand work, in *. . .. :
isfact-':iy tI .;il moanl' a conderable :'.. Thi t
turn ,,t-r." s1id the banker as he left u .niUmoern na-is, the ie or I : and fr
the office. "Yo0,u L;i,-k real business.' :;... ".- c:'..''.,;' "n .s
instinfs, .Wilman-ton, ii being too cau W.hih'J in : :t:r- >' ;.'i !' ': .-- which the bli];
tious. I ;,i, '' you didn't l;ki- thi h -r k.. s. 'i ,':e ; e d. i :, d b
-a:, n' appearance, and y'.'i wou'd have n-r. .s" oi-.n -. :l in ? .- ... by lifti::" tihe 1
let the matter go, very like." :, ":.,s .g .... t ... .. ;.. a re .an ,i i
S "I sha'l I :I'Ivit.4 t.' hear i what ~':".i-;, p -; r v'- .h ( i :: ' 24-in -'l ,stoel uI
t kind of ni nil ..l<.-rct.iniig you come to .' i'r ., t rl-' .Igh
this a v Lpg.'" 3.ail Irl,'. '1' a- irocc s cf nink v 'm 1 : a tI ruling iold.
-, ........; .y ........ ? I.. .. 3 ,-. .,, w l i e ,' )
At 10 o'clock next- n i '1g Mr. i'.o1natjc. 1, rec i
g Brampto ';r"-'.t 'at the office'a an/' of a t:. e to t fi ,,1
'-x .l.-at t'riin, of miind. "I T',v h: ink of. e'e 1 !4i to l:e nU :.( fe'. eJ the
..-igl th- pearls for $3Z,000," he sal .orv-:cdmW at. c.ch rcvo.utiJn of ithe u:. ..
a as h&Ihung' up his hat. "Those Hiai ..1::e. a p1c 0 o0' v.-l .c.qul to -th- -
ringtons a- <.-h;r'n]iug people. Of '...' of the nail and a fraction cf ap I
, course I was ti:' only gu.-'t. as 'they .
nare still in mniuing."" h' 'h, a is seized firmly by clamps, s;ti _-l -- _----_-,_ '
"How dilt you like the lady of the- ch ** i.'c v.hile they hold it.
house?" a.ked .ric. -" at the s:t.nae o1.3 0,e a pair of j.iws .- 2:.- V ,"-'
"-'.he s.--itued a very fli, w nI,rni. iun )' it the whr' as to leave a sharp - i- '-
i!.t i r:fl. dcdminoti. i lr .,.ir -h ::. l a h.i. ---- .- -
spoke witb a .lightly f.reiz n1-n re the c mps letgo theirol -. ..
Sbut I may ha.ve been n i.I, -. I mwir, thie face of which is.'a oie, a --- '- .
seemed vory anxious to n 'A' .,..."a- ttie oIner end of the wire a -- -'--- '- -. .. -.
pe:l'ls, snii- t ,. natilwinv-. 'iir .sh- larp blow. v.-hich fornn' the head. '"' - -
'pad Iiin ; r s.>iiip .' i. a Cii. S lave cmr'uga.ted sur-
so0 I C, 'ai'.-,I e te ba -.--iI r -ic.'. n hicy to hold ti, nill more freight o t. .
Ilarringtoi Irui ., to -bringthemn 3-ccu:Ily, but to i"pr.. ui.. it a '4.5-0. Bult the BroY p)ropises to ., ,.
ar ,tl at jl.;n. :. .' I'll give himn' he. 1- of r' .s a l d-,)ressions'Y, w.ich une e ir i ifu nisho thI '
check. By the way, thcrer was a m 'n make it ihardcr to draw out \v In I frei n ra.h
lu\ t)I 8.e 11 in l)0Yr!al...
in the telephone I-.... ''h a I C.. -. Poy iii'-,t
t'r.i- gj ti'?e -uti-. office. Is any.tL-I ' - :- "c t nails is les auto- .,,., .
the matter?" untaic and >. .I haiirer. Auy one who
"Yes, the I':1il.';i'g is being rewired, las iohi a alium'ker at'work will un- I i. -
and for tIad.y they have put us on a dr -'nd thI pines oi the oi exiles-
arty wire." ;in, to "'work lik., a .u::r,.a. 'Ti'c iron
party wire."
Mr. r, iti ,I nodded, and they pro- : cu.t nA- is ir't 'O1 J ins o :hi ets, --
iooeded -I,!A, 1,.- lbmusiess of the day. s o wn-iii s equ:i to Ue .
Oif-S 0: k j1' *ni. It is theni cut
Shortly after noon HIarrington 'ar-, i [.-i ol.-,. n1 as is nl i. lL '
rived. a ... ..
:, -l o 1 ;i'i" l '. i. h a a .ii .i l L u h ian - "..
"Good morning," he said.- "I trust ,l -.i, l .' fi a -
l o con iC *',lat y, s::y fioat ifteen to
that we can transact our business-,
twequickly, as my wife is waitinginna enty ilches. Sold at St. Ande'ewvs Bay, F)a., at Soid at
quickly, as my wife is waiting in a he nail cutting machine is a 'i- v.r. I R. MITCHELL'S DITUG r '1'(OH. At 0
cab ou1Ii.,l-, and I am rather pressed I"Al
for time."C cOa.)3't lie-'e of meeh::, .. .... u- .l
Ilrgicr than a sewing ia.. '.,.:... t ,''' *"'- .
"'ertainly; 't:.- check is already which t,:, .i.. :,-r .... a Uto. Over .--. ~ =- iT'L.4 .
drawn out,"' ansx-ered the banker, it C-,,,, , 1oo.1 than 2 0-
"Ring up the bank, Wilmanton, if you pair I.. i ,.:. -, ,, ,. .11L, -to cut Pleased
please, and notify them that Mr. Wil- iron .,L -.. ', ',, u I, .ek, and Customers ...
fred Norton Harrington is coming a he;.,n- ... :- h pmen.
round to .ih inmy check." y . e i. .: cut nail ,n .. laNo
Eric shut, himself into the booth in will , . ot ou .indl- i i
the outer otiice, ail put the receiver e f, i ,1. ,.,, ;. may 1 v, .. .,
all ,fo1r -- I1C1: IUiL time.Ihe"may
to his ear. ,He was about to call "Hel- hae ", ,, , [.'.. U .es only. 'L jAr..: .u iOrder
lo:'' when lie heard a voice, which'phe The o l,, ,, ,, :,A i..' i:.1. it is 'I-.. ..1.r .I..ji. 't
recognized as th,r of W alters, a the ,.. tl t' 1 t,,,-' :.- f.a't which .,: ..,
lawyertin an office below, saying: leads q ,, ,,'.-. r I -tI rt a nail I" ,..... ..., ..
'. th- Mr. H1.irri nt'it ? into wOoi-O in a w", 7.i whlil h ,]i t,; it. 4:, .', i ,
a.e.d another voice. From a small furnace near the mi- ia- | YEAR OLD pr..r,
"Thought t was yur voice, WilfreI. ie flt- ii .. 'lr dr.11i.s a platt ,
Just com from Frisco?" w I-li c has ...ci'u i i ll .' heat. I BIII lnh,rv i ,,ri
O- wife nd- I nmade a fi b au-i le, ie Ye .r 4 .2--'oalao
----'-,. w - ii' g Iulollnug thia b;' Ins ouutf-I,,.-,'he,--'. he Teaurld," Gwhme
trip ie on. busiies a .-4.., "e ,es'ribes iu a ,n- thei ,-
back a Jler than w1 texpe.er." j the -.-bit. .,< il t' ,, l .cend ....
N"Ye P e "y one "potty r el t .r a te I'r' r i", i'. _,., t1he l'V: iI I ,"
ln a te ,.o e l,,,l oakr,,.
~It ar ., Havel 4 o-l 'Thi is -.e" -, .L., ..,hich \' s r In all prr-,.
n0( Iut my hold It jutit l i.., t, i r:,- h.-oad-- a~DY ofhl
'No: but mny valet and my wife's ing ham tNo tROLINA PeOPLe 'i ..oe .BONEST
maid have everything ready. I am forms the ih i 1.- i i.-_'N tl itP. .it. Non CAROLINA PEOPLE 9.nr, rBigi.
going up there ni soon as I've seen my Now, lf tI pille 5t' i.inply .
things through the customs'" to push th.e p-a+ forward again the --
At this nt Erie broke into the tapering (h::i.... er of the strip which A nailmaker's hands and arnm al
conversation snd p,-ualeh Mr. carter is sliced off vounld destroy the rectan- ways show the character of his work -I'm
trington thie second that he had better gular-sh,,,,, of tae plate, and the nails by the tremendous development or c.r- strict p
Bres ont hiselmon with u haf "iould neither be of a length nor have tain special muscles and by callou.es. "11:vy
Brampton rvamuhl)t wltbiu half a'n siluare head:ls al'il points. To obviate which become as hard as hor. o ,

Theour hIf e valued aDots number,thia dit,-ulty the late must be.turned The common names of nails-sip,.-n- that I.:
Theand after a uprt v ath number, over' bet^.ve..- every two nails that are y, eightpenny, tenpenny, and so -,l:.b vii' e C.:
and after a .0lort '-'nversatlon hung 'ul, so that the head of the nail will -are believed' to be corruptions of i,-
up the ,egrer an'id returned, to the cone alternately from one side of the pound, eight pound and ten p, inl.
private plate and from the other names given in England ta Q p.uo:, ". le S!
Tho otbeA were a little impatient at Thl it is t al of names gitan i England to c^io; *- S.'--
Tb delays were nk ylitt l i e nt at This-and it is t4e principal part of weight of one thousand of a g;ven Land br',e c .
Lit delayrop ly think yob will be rei te nailer's work-is done with a sim- of nails. Sixpenny andl 1atpenny wedding
eelved riropely at The bank,' tErh said Pile turn of the wrist, and the plate is was an easy, step from "sixnun' ",aud Ile-We
pHey v t tfed forward as before. As the ma- "e&'-,,i,.Ti'."-Edward Wiliistou i r,_j her wo:
Ife even '%nt to the extent of fetch- chines run at considerable speed, and in Youth's Comp-W-' im kers Stfo
fng the vielt r's bnt and cane. the -d'flop" mu-t be accurately timed ... /
Mr. Bramion noticed the alteratIort in order that the end of the plate may r Ir his manue. "'I see your opinion ow meet the shears at the right moment A servant -g:rl had been sent on an .Two yo
5Mr. IHardTrg has altered now." h6 and lu the right place, the difficulty errand. On returning she said to hl Two yc
sal pre tl: and the tiresome nature of anali mistress, "Oh, ma''ra, there's befn : w a

'r1 Its nd judgmi enit for half y maler's work may be imagined. Some young man follC,'in:g mne." Mistress- a million
our, a le Eric enigmatically. Idea of it may be had by holding the Oh, indeed! Servant Girl-Yes, ma'am bto the
Soe t nutes later the er w thlk end of a single in a'pair of I know he was a-following me, be. A clerk
open an n .m.bed Hlarringto.u N,') 2, tongs and attempting so to turn it cause he kept looking around to see if ",ilr,: .
--c...mpa ed y Walters, the I: wyer. with a single motion of the wrist that I was scoring. >e m
from cl si str.-. alernate sides will lie uppermost on a t
In the I u that ensued the 1pri llial- table. Tart Answer.
actors h t h stage tb themselves; ex- A good nailmaker will make from "A woman's bonnet would) not cost 'We ofl
cept Ewhr lawyer was-r alle.1 upon., two to four flops-that is, will cut from much if it wasn't for the trimming." south si
wh-le Er $ back and enjoyed the ex- two to four nailsr-a second, the smaller said the miserly husband, northwest
"ct~i.bit. nails, of course, being made more "Neither would a man's whiskers," ship 4 s
l-ist t rightful owner of the genms rapidly than the larger ones. As the answered his wife.--Chicago N9vs. from the
rated a ir los.<., but was pacified pli:.e grows cool it is returned to the adjold ininga
i.'-n it.. und thlet, Intamct; then the oven to be reheated, and another plate Sincerity is the face of tL<9 soul, as sod lie a
r. dl;.'i r, .i Lh.tt he n a- .",..,0'0 outt takes l-:., l e,' d, sinulatlon is tl miask.-A)ubar. i .......


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