Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00057
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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: October 26, 1899
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00057
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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Fisat Last,. ar d ali the

Washington County

9 West Florida
Against.the World.



ST. ANDREWS BAY,'LA., OCT. 26, 1899.

NO. :31.

c'FICIAL DIRECTORY, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Prof Lipes 4osems Over Histor- Almy's 8iirp e. nev-r before been seen in that neigh- my children. I thought I saw in you
dne dollar a Year in Advance. ic Grounds. The engagement ai nn1unclt borhood. Even Captain King's a way out of my troubles, but I ama
UNITDdSTATUS.oCHATT -04,ATN,04!.1,9. t-in no position to take upon mself the
SSTnT T- Hon.'Sam' .-o,Monticello, e t A, 'INN . 1,. the ater,.,-on ui tlhe s igat Rachel daughter, who married the young i l petition o s take wpon so the
1i S. R. Mallorv, Pensaeola. WILLIAM A. EMMONS Dear I or u,,v: I hae i rght'. A dozen l arrivals man i the grocery buines ,,wn iot tylih womano thre' Hop
Repr"nentn's "-~l stDistric t,S.M.Spark- Editor and Proprieto 500 al 3i a r-s t ,tt mi -m "e, ha ig inl to do b li. nope
m*n T^Tmp.A; 2d District, R .W. E or a r op r e or e e delectable Yk never dreamed of such pien. you'll pardon me. No deceit intend-
"'Dav ', itat'1..- Display ad rates 50c per iinti p mo ,it v, h-' -ave m plip '. lie c -ii -, h lfh!oIe lisL4 g 1ir vari'.us dur. In vain did the inter tedi ed. I haye broken up nmy home, put
Li i'd O---Register, W. G. Robinson; %OC3Veo-I bee
Re.^'w r-- i. S-- Ohuhbb, ta in c .-. P',eition and ext raord.i'nar-.v' ,i viAo: :, : n' i ,i ii: ey. I n,'v -it .,1 !, 'llj ni., whi, 1:-l \\ elei e n STATE. rates subject to soeci ure.'m-,noio. p,,- A!I .,J my b ,,rdiii ;,,i1.uro 1- ii 1,. a r.st brc.uhei,- ami ext amm.'.J : the-wa- tarum -.e woull din't have any t' be a heep lrovmr in the far wet.
Gover!,or-W. D. Bloxhlam; Secretary of "Local Drift," 5c petline. first inrtin I ... e Al 'j't ii .-s all. From ycirs respectful
Str.a L rS varrd.-'.r It; c e.-'I! Q1... ,J T."I. is tir i tt e i el e.d f ch )Sclot- n iii .la'g v n,,' JNO. CURTAIN."'
Whifti' d: .ttm'ny ;..-!',,.'' Wn, ". .a- d m ., .. looked-fi'r Look .;1t -i tain I se el 11 iiterIIt pa nt medicie- v wash-lday came around slie would bat
mar: ,omni!r ,9il ." Pr"
merintend omprtl Pil i nlt ,. 'vrli- 1 .A -ai r_-7 : ,cji ow -n-~cm. g th li incline. ,d I ,ills at once die o t a d thle glaI if Nm thing plain. Al1ny re- President King, Farmer's ank, Brook-
Sar intending i m i u i iar i t *A I lyn, Mich., has used De W itt's Little
.N. S '- Com ,... r .:r ,i f A i A Boyv',. ilotl4ier. a'-s at a .sla t ,t iy.li ,- i' :-aier wa bee i vi h qaen- plied thl;t hle was going to hilm at Early Riders in hi family for years.
ture- I. Wmlwll; ".1 My mother, o.- ,e' good t- 'ne, gt'ei, r m,>or ? Th~e bi, ti f tLe Ln~o a4 to whol, w ad when. her bept, Sile Was old enough to do Savs they are the bhet. These famous
eal., Pi't Mr, R. P-'l.t...a- -'' tle pills cure constipation, billow -
.I.T d, .-,be.''1 Ei as ii il'ootd aRs good ci o- be. mouna r,, .,,l a b it,tr th ,e l d 't k ab ut t, e iked, and slie wa penling tle nit ve nsl bl
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ipnt.,-itl i b,.B.C. larke, We- She loves me when I'm &,ad or nrad, mountain side looks dark and gloomy, er somewhere in theo .t," as lth a lifetime. It was ery eren e from
bitc She loves me when I'm good or bad, But now, Oh, how griandi As 1 a,'. r :cluthing was the talk of the Victorian breakfast The rude masses
WVASHINTON CouNTY.C An', what's the funniest thing, she raise my eyes from .my paper a gleam "'Pears to me," al Grandma town and the fame of it spread even' of bread needing to be carved and
..pr., ,.a W. G. Coleman, Vernon; says l Wit, smeared over with animal fat before
county J.iude. D. I). Melvin, Vernon; She loves me when she punishes. of sunshine develops such a beauti, l Wrt eight, that the erw imI have to as tar as the West Hills, and the folk they could be made palatable, the still
ler'< of Court, C-o.nty Clerk, Recorder sight that I involuntarily exclhin wor.a harder than it d id ast year it from there fell into the habit of recognizable fragments of recently
heri G. Allen, hipleyTreasurer, That dnt hurt, but it hurts to see with capture "Oh, what a beautiful hat's so. 'htle'll be somethingg dropping in of a Sunday to inspect kiedanimals, hi es arred l
G.J. Parish, Vernon; ax Collector, A Her cry. Nen I cry, an'nen sight!" 'Ihen the gloom settles more to do than just i' n e .hiimg for tne things. Not that those pious beneath some protesting hen-such
W Williams Chipley; Superintendent We both cry-an' be good again. down .again as the siun hides behind lile lair." people would have dreamed of delib- things as these, though they constltut-
of Public Instruction, W. L Lockey, th thick clo "How so?" inquired JaeCx. erately planning so wrldly a plea ed the ordnaryfare of Victoriantimes,
Chipley; Surveyor, P. L.Horn, Orange She loves me when she cuts and sews th d would have awakened only horror and
Hill. My little coat and Sunday clothes, I arrived here yesterday afternoon "W y," said iriran i "e prom- ure on the Sabbath, but Timminlies disgust in the refined minds of the peo-
ST. ANDREWS. An' when my pa comes home to tea with I'oity-five cents in my pocket, ised if Aliny'd get married we'd always had been a haudy watering pie of these latter days.
Justice of the Peace. WE. I.Singleterry; She loves him 'most as mumca as me. but luckily met. a landlord in the ake her a setting' o t, and J. gmns, place lor the horses on the way hone agreeable and variegated design, wth-
Notary Publics, W. A. Emma mon1, C. H.Iagreeb
Crippen: Deputy Circuit Court Clerk,. She laughs and tells him all I said, street who took tie to his boarding we ain't goin' back 'un aour word. trom church and while the tmen were out any suggestion in color or form of
W. A. Emmons: SWc.. 1 Directors, R. An' grabs me up an' pats my head,; house in the suburbs, at only $2 per Deal) dear! don't I reniember it well; employee with the "critters" it was the unfortunate animals from which
F. Bra.in, W. I. Singletary, L. M'. their substance and juices were de-
Ware; postM ..Ilr, L. lt. Ware An' I hug her an' hug my pa, week. It I plain, yet a very must hv bue twee year ago. quite easy and natural for the women rived. They appeared on little dishes
HARrISON. An' love him purt nigh much as ma. pleasant and -god place. Some days 'T'as a lea)n year and we had tile folk to step into the front, room or a sliding out upon a rail from a little box
|nPiAY,'rosM J. I will have six or eight dollar, s ewalng dow to Alniy's Aunt Ma- little visit, aud with the clothing at one side of the table.
?oatmaster and Notary Public, W. H. Tie Laving. ia my pocket. and then again but a a's. Guess she'll lr number well spread out around the spare chamber touch and eye. would have appeared to
PITrSBURG. And if the husband or his wife few cents-as low as three cents oe enough. Alny *was 28 or so,, and we just adjoining, it wasn't in human a nineteenth century person to be cov-
?ostmistress, Mrs. Hassellorg. In home's strong light discovers, da. stayed nearly tree weeks in was running her 'bout not e, mar- ture to resist. ered with ine, white damask, but this
AN'DERSON. Such slight defaults as failed to meet ade yy iwas really an oxidized metallic sur-
'Postmaste, S. W. Anderson The blinded eyes of lovers, Caitersville, and made enough re- reed. I could see Nhe didn't like it, But the glory it the entire outfit face and could be cleaned Instantly
GAY-. pairit-ug org-ans to pay hotel biil but she wasn't sttry-toige1.i enough was the black silk dress. Not eyeu after a meal. There were hundreds of
tt-,ster, Mrs.BR.HGav. Why need we care task? Whodreams and buy some writer clothing. I in- t gt i her ao she kei' her bridal gray received the same at- much little tables in the hall and at
BAYHEAD.bWithout their thorns or roses? most of the4 were other latter day citi-
FAotmalste, M ALt Or wonder that the truest steel tend to make a special business here still: Bimeby let lher alone and tension. It was the creation of a ens, singly or in groups. And as
,'otm..-te-,t H.J.I Johnson. The radiant spark disclores? lor a few weeks repairing and lining someone.was sayim' it wa. per- city tailor, made in a style so recent Mwres seated himself before his ele-
W. Johson. organs, visiting LokThe radiant spark disoulores? Mon- a few weeks repaying adutaing ectly shameless thi way two or that to the uninitiated it appeared gant repast the invisible orchestra
,-.stmi;,tress, Mrs. Dyer. For sill in mtual sufferance lies viitig L kut M which had bn resting dr a -
WEST BAY, The secret of true living, the cave. Cidicama.aga National Park, three of the girls ivat I ruw a' them- out of fashion. The reason for its terval. resumed and filled the air with
F'WYstmamneter, P, N. Hrutchinsuon.
er, P HtchiOson. Love scarce is love that never knows Missionary Ridge and other points of selves at the iew u aLte",. 1'hen existence was confided first to Millie music.-Pall Mall Magazine.
aI office on Laird's Mill Bayou. The sweeriessof forgiving. interest, and write articles for the A!my spoke up quick, Ike; "I ~ou't Weaver and leaked out one morning Women and Window..
-Whittier. pr about the same. In writing .know why they .hou i''I i ty tm when she aard Mrs. Timmins met at Never let a woman plan a house for
p aCb uttil N COsNTYCmROM A1NON. presyu
r Publi, Frak oki; Potas Woman's Weapon. f.r the general, press I will not forget it they want him. ( i amn't treat- the corner grocery. The cleik count- you. Take her kindly by the hand and
Fwmay: "My dear girl, I am going to build
tr,r lis. J. B. er County Com- "What is a woman's weapon?", my St. Andrews Bay friends through ed fttir. They're la l.hel at when ed ou !tte e-.- and weighed the but- a house, and you hall have full swing
fsioi, l:a 1 alkcer; Deputy I askropped a charming grlasheshyly te .y, and hope to make some tthey don't marry, 1l laughed at ter in the latter's basket. s regards arranging the closets in it.
r "of tuo'ta, 5.. '. V alke. She dropped her lashes shyly weuthey-y to. t f "Dolla te, they come to, You women always love to have con-
S. va-anc m y. T ugh the way out weu they try to. e to me if Dollar ten, they come to, places which to store things.
1 The co oly sh ed- ,u to iavl uadis t Turrey. what. ii you ae" and you shall therefore have closets to
Methodist-Church cor. Washington ave Ty-,,iIIh .:7 -1*te'ma -, -
and Che.tnut. st- R yv. L. G. Gunn, Thbi rvosebt:Li o w out- .' l n 3,l ,:tunt, luDht d ~ .,,, .. !.L 1 Ithe gr, rty burn, but after this-hands off."
pastor. I',eacbhiag at Ii. t. and 7:30 "I ha-e strong. pih, ,ok a tw mits W ii st tte git 'ea. r i e hle clatled o tionsAof a bloomerbUt af a fearfsuggd
Y.P.S.C.E.-par.tyt meeting at the heart of the city to the large general V "e all jest 1,:,, id said, 'Good "That reminds me-Altai Tim- wonderful thing. It generally looks
f'*'sh,'teri church every Sundayafter "What is a woman's weapon?" postoffie and United States custon for- you, Almny; g get yurs-its aine is a saving ,creature. Came in gives youth headacheo r
e,,,,i St i:31s o'clock. All are invited. skedaover1true.gvs
.iptt-Cnclh, corner of Wyom-ing as a lover true. house yesterday evening, and findthe leap year-and L uke your set- aunhour or so ago with an egg to "What woman built this house?" said
iven.ti3 and Cincinnati street. Church He turned im to a maiden a scornful friend as he went over a
,,'rer Saturday before fourth 6iundav With eyes of heavenly blue, city quite beautiful. While crossing tin out. post a letter. Told her I wvas oirry, newly purcaed residence with the i
at 4 p. in. Sunday school every Sunday at Her velvet lips were parted, the railroad track by the depot, I had And she said, s and sharp-lik, but Uncle Sam didma't take eggs. owner.
S:a. i a. Prui.hl mo secodad m fourth W All innocent of guile, the good luck to .medt Rev. J. .'Melbbe I will,' a I ew by the he aid it wa a good, fresh Leg- "What woman?' said the latter.
torev And eagerly he answered Mason, an Intimate friend whom 1 set of her lip., a.,,,d he ift uf her chin horn and I ought to be glad to got it. "None that I know of-t was built ten
PreSlytri.t--hu'lch corner Loraine "Her weapon is asmile." had met and roomed with while :t- she meant to try.' ry,' I says, utjusgot avices eas ao an bought t from the
svente and Drake street; Rev. R. J.", M. or-,W asntnututgoy aslastteAll
ienlwaii pastor; preaeniug on second "What is a woman's weapon?" tending theChautauqua at DeFnni- "And try she ."!"''sidl M"rs. To- from Washington that they wasa.'t "All the same," reiterated the friend,
Sunday of each moth at 11 o'clock a.in. I asked a poetthen. ak Springs, Florida, in March, 1896. ry; "not a fr around that going to set any more hes this I can swear a woman planned it for
nid a?. 7 p. mi. Sunday Sclool at 9:30 With sudden inspiration o never saw such a lot of useless win-
a. in every Sunday, John Sturock, Supt. He seized uponhis pen. Our unexpected meeting was tintu- hadn't thie refiu al (4f.er." year.' Then she got huffy, so I lent dows and doors. If that woman ever
at holic-Churchs corner Wyoing ave- "Oh, r could name a thousand!" ally an agreeable surprise. He filled "Maybe she didn't," put in Jane her two cents to post the letter and dies and her heirs want to break the
S and Fostr strtHe cried in accents clear; the pastorate of the DeFuniak M. E. Cox, charitable. off she wont with the egg. Got to have to bring the ury to this house to
THE MAILS. '-But woman's surest weapon, church for four years, and is now "Maybe not," snjffed! Mir.. Torrey keep postoffice accounts straight. you get a verdict in their favor." It after-
il, Ander Ga Igrant you, is a tear." taking an advanced theological in reply. "I do' no only about know." ward developed that a woman dd plan
Bayhead and Chiplev departs every day it d
arrives every day except Sock; at A Little Girl's Grievance. course in the University at this place, mny Danny, and n I'm sure of, "'Woll, she an'tsparin' nothing' on the o.Louisve Times. proud of
:40 p.esevery day exce My brotherWill, he used to be preaching at Ridgedale, a suburb on 'cause she came t as and asked per- her settin'-out," said Mrs. Torrey. t
Ftst Bay mail for Harrison, Cromanton, The nicest kind or girl; the east side of the city. I shall mission to ask hiii fir.t." "Two grand silk dresses. Whatever A foreigner of distinction who visit-
Parker, Farnmdale and Wetappo, leaves He wore a little dress like me ." a i at h, i Well. 11 ,' G /-. i , Ir vy l A foreigner of distinction who visit-
St Andrews Fargoing east every morningleaves He wore a little dress like me make him a visit at lhis home in a "Well, well, said Gandma did she want of that black, now. I ed Venice during the last century, havy-
at 6 o'clock and leaving Wetappo at And had his hair in curl. few days. Wright, kindly, "Almy's a good wonder?" nlug had his pocket picked, indulged In
I o'clock, arrives, coming west every We played with dolls and tea sets then some harsh expressions against the po-
evening at 7 o'clock. And every kind of toy, I have passed over several noted girl and will make a good, thrtty "Ain't she told you?" asked Millie lice. Some days afterward he was
ST ANDREWS BAY CHIPLEY & But all those good old times are gone- battlefields on my route through wife for any man, even if she ain't in surprise. "Why she's going to quitting Venice, when his gondola was r
VERNON TELEPHONECO. Will's turned into a boy. Georgia. At AItoona Pass, by the wise in asome things. Ain't bad get her picture taken in it to send to stopped and he was requested to step '
CHEDLL OF R ES. eah e Mamma made. him little suits railroad tracks is a grave surrounded looking, nuther." him. Mavhe she told me first, as "Monsieur," said a grave persopage f
minutes, or fraction thereof, use of With pockets in his pants, by iron palings. I alighted from my "Wonderful plain, 'd call her," she wauts me to help fix her hair "are you not the Prince de Craon?"
itetween St.AndrewsBay & Gay. a 15c And cut off all hlis yellow curls wheel and read the following on the put in Millie Weaver, with a toss of It's to be a big photograph and she "Yes" you not robbed last Friday?"
"I Chipley. 35c And Will, he was so pleased, I think, tombstone: "An unknown hero; he her own pretty head. says she wants it to be a stunner." "Yes."
SChipley & Bayhead........j He almost jumped for joy, died for thp cause he thought was "I dunno," said Mrs. Torrey, "Hm," grunted Mrs. Torrey; "Of what sum?"
Baytiead &Gay ......'.....10c And I must own I didn't like right." It is not known on which thoughtfully; you'lll allow she's got "ain't he gnin' to get her soon "Where uwedre ducatshey?" ,
For transmission by t.eleg 'aph l0c. Will turned into a boy. side hlie fought. At Resaca where a .-style." enough without that?" "In agreen purse." I
SA. EMMONS. Gcn'l Mgr. And now he plays with horrid top, heavy battle was fought, I saw a "Style," rphie, M:lie, scornfully; Millie answered with a shrug. "And do you suspect any one of thia a
-, r-i'"w ........ h,,, .da ho'e iu the side of a store building "yea, i.'ll 'low a y one that's took "Says she wammts him to see what a robb et de place."
BUSINBESS DIRECTORuY Ad marbles that o try to shota, -le y-a caumi bi" .-' "..io -A em for 'yer.: and prac- fine. stylish woman he's going to get. "Sbould you recognize hiim?"
BuSRETO ,.da r hit orw oh .a y......- - -, "Without doubt.''
-Bun ri w war, I climbed a high knob oi r- -iL'C pactare -.efora -the glass Anyway, he'll need it to ktuw Tier by. Thithe t gt. ph id
W. A. EMMONS, And leapfrog--I can'tgive a "back..". Then the int. 'gator pushed 3asde
i. .,tvy Circuit Court Clerk and No- Like Charlie crank gv Ra "ak looking Dalhon; Ga., and went inside is bound to have ome sort of style." He hasn't seen her since she was 10 a dirty cloak, discovered a dead man

tary Public for the State at Large; has Oh, no one knows how bad I feel 1 the rude breastworks of a small fort "Well, she ditit have a mother's years old, and thirty years 'to change holding a green purse in his hand and
jurisdiction to administer oaths, takeadded "You see, sir, that justice has
affidavits, legalize acknowledgments, Since Will has turned a boy. where some Union soldiers garrisoned bringing up, and Pm glad she's got a person some. 8ho's given up the been done. :here is your money; take
etc., anywhere in Florida. Special at- the town. ,Dalton is a beautitul lit- him, and'll have J home of her own," fashion paper pictures, and gut a lot It, and remember that a prudent man
tomarriage services, and license issued And now they're mostly white, tie-city of 6,000 people. There are put in Grandma 4Vigbr again, "but of actresses' photographs and is rac- never es foot gin n a country
tomarr uag eicespantienseisda ntowith begos where le has underrated the wisdom
to lawfully qualified parties. Office at I have to sit and just be good, several large factories there. I had I wonder who he and how she got timing them. She's made up her of the government."-San Francisco
the BUOY Office,St.Andrews Bay. While Will can climb and fight, the pleasure or meeting the noted him?" mind which she wants to look like Argonaut.
DR. J. J. KESTER, But I must keep my dresses nice writer, teacher and publisher of mu- But the latter question wasn't an- now, and tomorrow her picture's go- related Peoples.
H,. ,-patthic Physician snd Ac- And wear my hair incurl, sic-A. F. Showalter, and he showed swered, even wli a Almy and Aunt ,ig to be taken." Perhaps the most isolated tribe of
coucher. Office Pioneer Drug Store, And, worst--oh, worstest thing of all- li people the word is the Teh a
corner of Shell avenue and Michi- I have to stay a girl. me through his large publishing Maria Timainii a:pr-cared, though It was on exhibition two weeks people occupyin g the world i then portion
gan street, Day and Night.house and presented mte with a copy there was not acting those who later at a good by tea which Aunt of the peninsgaof Kamchatka and the
St. Andrews Florida Day a dr nht. of their latest and most popular song could put tws, a tO'o together when Maria gave, and was diuly admired country forward toward Bering
R. W MITCHELL, When drowsy Day draws round his book, "The Highway to Heaven," they heard that -,,u.a Curtain had by the neighbors. epetraient of Russia, who appears to
DR. W. G .MITCHELL, downy bedTetreot. TheRigpe ople are, w practically i
.Physician and Druggist, Commerce st., The Tyrian tapestries of gold and red, The pike road from Ringgold. Ga., been threshing u at Timminses and "Youi see lie don't kno' much have reasons of her own for letting
east of Bayview, Offers his professional And weary of his flight, seventeen miles to Chattanooga, iv had mentioned lha a recent letter about me and I want him to see what them alone. They have practically no
services to the citizens of St. An- Blows out the palace light- coiication with the outside world,
,rws ond vicinity. Residence on Buena light- excellent bicycling. It passes along from a cousint it whom he hsd lhe's getting," explained Almy. I and have only been visited two or three
Viuta avenue. night! the edge of Chicamauga National been l'oumght'u but who had lived think it's a wonderful good, picture fimes-tho last time byMajordeWindt
C. CRIPPEN, When languid Night, awakening with Park and I got a view of a few of in the wet r r eenty year. had and I'm sure it will surprise ionhis journey through Si beria
Notarynhblat. a yawn,sIofheew1Siberia
Notary Public. Leaps down the moon-washed stairway the monuments. 1 shall return told of his tt.,l '., a widower with a And it did. islands are also practically alone on
Wmill.itt nd romptly to all businessde- ofthedawn some day andgo over the whole park young and gro. ,tg family. A month Almv had made most of her fare- earth, for they can only communicate
dg is attention. Office on Bay- In trailing disarray, an e you aout it. Te govern- fron that da, 1 i announced weh calls, her l.ackig .was .g-- ith the m ld ant e a
1 n,,nford's sore Sweeping the dws away- te rest o the wor once a year, an
i .Soro e A s rore 'Tis day ay ment built the roads and improved herself engag to the western ing and sue was eagerly awvaiti.:g succession of bad seasons might isolate
W. 1. 1INGLETARY, -James N. Matthews. the park. JOSEPHUS C. LIPES. cousin. his letter of final arrangements when them for years.
Justice ofthle Peace, The sewing -'ciery he, nobly to r e The pygmies of the great ntall
V. 0 ive prompt attention to all matters Mililons of dollars is the value placed f yo want to see a strong orga- e receded the following: Afan ifth
,min.r within his jurisdiction. Ac- by Mrs Mary Bird, HarriEburg, Pa., on te on i s ettn Dear Ms: Your picture has fair- tribe, have also been a people apart.
knowlediments taken; oaths adminis- the life of her child, which she saved from ization, look at the liquor dealers; if out, and as it De ieat daintiest had-ss sta red me When I promised For ages their existence was little moae
m en, amna s 1 r la.e her saved fro out, an asf i- I-1 ---IIV llt -e iLc dainatiest hand- s te 11re 11 A r/lis.I For agel their ex It w a l itt mo

East of Chieaso Doesnt Count.
When I was In Chicago in 1877 It
was the metropolis of the west with-
out qualification. Now it is merely
the frontier city of the middle west.
From the point of view of Omaha and
Denver it seems to fill the eastern
horizon and shut out the further view.
Mauy stories are told to show how
absolutely and instinctively your true
westerner Ignores the eastern states
and cities. Here is one of the most
characteristic: A little girl came into
the smoking car of a train somewhere
In Kansas or Nebraska and stood be-
side her father, who was In conversa-
tion with another man. The father
put his arm around her and said to
his companion: "She's been a great
traveler, this little girl of mine. She's
only 10 years old and she's been all
,-over the United S otn" les .t
"You don't say!" replied theither. "
"AH over the United States!"
"Yes, sir. all over the United States."
said the proud father, and then added.
as though the detail were scarcely
worth mentioning, "except east of Chi-
Chicago, unfortunately, marks the
limit of my wanderings, so I shall re-
turn to England without having seen
anything of the United States, except
for a sort of Pisgah glimpse from the
tower of the Auditorlum.-William
Archer in Pall Mall Gazette.
Hair For Violin Bown.
The horse hair used in making violin
and other similar bows is imported
'from Germany. A considerable part
of the hair thus Imported, however.
coming originally from Russia. Horse
hair for these purposes is white and
black. The black Is the heavier and
stronger, and this is used In making
bows for bass viols, because it bites
the big strings better. In preparing the
hair for use in bowmaking the white
hair, used for violin bows, Is bleached
to bring it to its final wbitenesw.
The standard violin bow is 20 inches
In length; longer bows are made to
order. Shorter bows are used by
young persons; but the bow commonly /
seen in the hands of a violin player
is 29 inches long. Horse hair for vieaL
bows is imported in various lengths,
but mostly in lengths of 36 Inches.
Hair sufficient for one bow is put to-
gether in what is called a bank. There
are grades and qualities of the horse
hair, but the best is not very costly.
A.'Ink of the best white hair can be
bought for 20 cents; it might cost 30
cents more to have it put into the bow.
To rehair a bass viol bow costs more.
the bulk or hair required being greater.
-New York Sun.
'"'-A Sort of Sherloek Ho0em. \
"Gentlemen," began the proprietor
of the only hotel at Basswood Corners.
"I've run this here institution for over
80 years. It's given me a first rate
chance to study human nater. An now
n some respects I think I'm a sort of
Sherlock Holmes. I've had married con-
ples come here in all stages of their
matrinonial careers, from the blushin,
cooin things that hain't got the rice off
em yet to the couples where the man
et the woman carry most of the lug-
gage, an I tell ye, gentlemen, I can tell
purty straight how long a couple has
been married by watching the husband
get his wife a drink of water."
"Go ahead." we said. "What's your
"Well, when the tender young honey-
nooners come here an the feUller g-i't
the bride a drink of watpr, if there's
ny left in the glass after she gets
through-why, he drinks it If the
couple has been married a year or nso,
the feller will throw out the water that
his wife leaves in the glass and get
himself some fresh Ain't that party
straight "
"Yes, but it doesn't go far enough.
How can you tell if they've been mar-
ried several years '"
S"Very easy. very easy. Then the
eller not only throws out the water his
wife leaves, but rinses the glass out be-
ore he gets any for himself."

In the eighteenth century begging
was a frightful nuisance in the German
states In Bavaria whole regiments bad
o be sent out to arrest and punish the
professional beggars, and Cologne, with
a population of only 40,000. had nearly
10,000 paupers.

Does the

Baby Thrive
If not, something must be
wrong with its food. If the
mother's milk doesn't nour-
Ish it, she needs SCOTTS
EMULSION. It supplies the
elements of fat required for
the baby. If baby Is not
nourished by its artificial
food, then it requires

Scott's Emulsion
Half a teaspoonful three
or four times a day In ts
bottle will have the desired
effect. It seems to have a
magical effect upon babies
and children. A fifty-cent
bottle will prove the truth
of our statements.
Should be takes A saumI er as
well as water.

U rr --





NqOTK -It MUSt he remembered that the
.viid is not a wl-oily rel 'ia~e motive Pow-
e'r and if' the sailors sometimes find it im-
t-sijhiiIe to make schedule tiineitmast be
C' :tr.ri.iI tot hit ilemtents: they do~the bes-t
Plo.r call.

l~i.sehoi ''er Lttry 11- arrived fromn
R Iwa. .ItHt Sumn% itlnvanr after dis-
ehargi!-t (w 'iallt At, 13iac' iii's Wharf
pI4IL'el-Ile-i up Ean.t BAy.
'Uh11I.In rmt Nei tio arrived las~t
P11111 -.1 ij..il (1, .11 Pew.ntReola andi

-~A _jL a
-iI A JOS*~s~iv

A 1, 11 wg on

I I tkilgenz for
.j 'hei lav call

~~~rates, For

C 10
N. i, PN C .,A

'.API. D A
Carries, tho fea %I i. wet n St
A. *i I Ja'v WV( a pp.. awl in terrnedi-
A1t Don'lq L~ e~tves st Atdrews daily
(Xit.p 'dSonidav) fit 6:00 a. mi.; arrive at
'V e~ ~ t D a.: ta'av&' Xetappn
at ~ In arvv.' a t . A iidi-ews at
t~, andh 'Sa reglarlY at
PtIrker. Pitdts-
I*N14 r &ight l anded at
w 1 r Fo pa..siingei anid
y at, !a~rd ini the 5(ev-
"V I n ]t I IL, 'o itt ra ctto r.
I ot.W W weather.
T' rIw VU table 'qives the maxi-
Muim, ritiihirnun, and mean tempera-
'A .the I'llE lN1 and direction of the
ftheo t r' ~it %-rou ~r hours ending,
p. nl as indicated by U. S.
f -! icr ii thermom-
a4 >I %1. Mlean. B'n WVd
S V 75 .00 -Js
*~ 'd I-. 75 .00 Sw
6 d~3 4 74 .00 sw

1 "3'3 7k, .(j tIi) e
2%~ 'l -,1 68 .00 u e
2- 4 65272 .00 e
r v- -14 7.31 .00

P)i~ No. 142

~ /i~Jhu.~4.. ~ plk t oil 10*Di

i.;j11 1ug Brollieri4

us. -,et~retarv.

9 .OL C''U*T for the first signs of
; -. .-,d-Hood'sSarsaparilla
..,;-*-o !,i! _'nard. It w ill purify,
1:1 a v.,1 ialize vour BLOOD.
;..l Demise.
,.v. .,,.;ated McLubber'
S ..' .t his perusal of a
he had carelessly
-. ; Duffy is dead
' .' .. .,'_- to hLov happened
'. ;' .1 -- ,. y as y at did '..:v"Vously
--i. i. . , up by a r .:latoor
'... .t. 'v '.... .- thot wance
' t .ugh to sftis'y him,
,, a'.. ,, ..s was wan av thim
.... now ,.!neir own

I '..

C.- I

S ,: .!A-i about?"'asked
y., in so-iie surprise.
a zain? 'Is ut crazy ye

S '. do '.. it rolght here

m- "o'at thot dockymint!
~" ." + .+_-- ", dhis Is a 2-
S ..., . laid out to

S. t relaves me
.* -. to t'luk av such
', I ''. -..'; to poor Duffy."-

',---: 'i ; 'Ca.re
-. --.., ... . .,. -.. t. It ein ros nil
I r .. -.o h tr'oule.-.
S i '.'. .: < n It re-.
I' '. . f friend." R. F.

* ? .i .; "' 'a. -tsand Lot.
S .I, "Historic Homes
I .n, v Catberipe Cava-
ir.. .7 w :]vyes ao interesting
S. : dnce occupied by
.3 lot on which it
Henry Clay, wht
S. at which he
S .,., .'. ; i,.," On hi4-wife be-
nd' : gambling
S.. ... anxious she an-
117 :I IWh en r; I worry? Henry
'." '.:'. vir, After keeping, the lot
S., .... ,pped it for a MA*
....- Commodore Rodgers.
I ".- ri !. ru a. Mediterranean.
S. I" ,.. the house. In it once
I -I Paulding, secretary of
th, 4 :1 ni -r Van Buren, Secretary
S: ., iit and was living in it
S-'...... ,-. .- ,. i::tion on the night of
S. r -r was attempted. Sec-
r L:- nap afterward re-
;,:, t.-:.r.- ,, fin tlly Mr. Blaine.'
i.; ;ii"ht to Ugnlness.
o is ovely in face,
':", a ,, ..' wier ll always, have
I i'i.di. : ..... who vwouid be attract-
S.: :,.. ..'. her 'health. If she is
.:.. : d rIl run lown. she will
L. ,.- i, '. i-ritable. If she has
a. C; ...+. kidney trouble, her im-
p.r-- ,. ill cause pinples. blotches,
.': and aawretchied complex-
i>i .tr Bitt.er-i is the best medi-
,i-iti in the 'v rld to regullate stomach,
l,,i.v.- *,.dl ai ti-m a nrl tn nito n if, the

i I

' ,oter.i and Diarrhoea Remedy for
having put on tne market such a won-
herful medicine," says W. W. Massin-
of B. Iumrnt., Tex. There are
m.ay thousands of mothers whose chil-
iren have been saved from attacks of
dysentery and cholera infantum who
inust also feel thankful. It is for sale
by L. I. Ware, St. Andrews and Bay-
head and all medicine dealers.
-"K-eeping Cows for Profit" is the
,vell-clho-en title of the newest work on
p'aa'ical dair'yinLr to come under our
nOtice. It is a handsome little book.
and w'e understand that a laage issue of
it is being gratuitously circulated with
the compliments ot the DeLaval Sena-
rator Co., 74 Cortlandt st., New York,
which concern offers to send a copy to
every reader of the Buoy upon request.
The book treats of dairying as a manu-
facturing business and discusses its
problems from the standpoint that ev-
ery dairy farmer is just as much a busi-
ness man as though engaged in any
other manufacturingor commercial un-
-Information has been brought in
that the fishing camp of John W. &
Charles Anderson, located at St. Jo-
seph Point was entirely destroyed by
tre last Friday night. The men, it
seems, were at the time all out fishing
and everything was consumed-even
the clothing of the men who habitually
leave their best in camp and are
very scantily attired when pursuing
their fishing operations. Tne loss is
put at about $200. This does not seem
a great amount; but to poor fishermen
who are struireling through the short
fishing season to gain enough to keen

The Young Peoples Baptist Union
meets at the Baptist church every
Friday at 7:30 .. in. All invited.
The Y. P. S. C. E. meets every Sun-
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the
Presbyterian church. All interested
in Christian Endeavor work are
earnestly invited to attend.


-A nice suit of clothes at Maxon &
Brook's for $4.
-If you want to buy good goods
cheap for cash, go to Maxon & Brock's.
-Genuine red and white Bermuda
onion sets; 25c per quart, at Maugca's.
-The L. B. Q will cure a cold in one
day. For sale at the Pioneer Drug
-The big new Watson Bayou mill is
so nearly completed that sawing will be
commenced in a very few days.
-A dance is being talked of for Fri-
day night.' Something certainly is
needed to relieve the present monotony.
-Don't forget that you can still get
ice cream at the Racket Store every
Monday, Wednesday and Saturday
-A good big Tablet for 8 cts and a
good thick school tablet with 175 leaves
for JO ets: all with handsome covers and
good, ruled paper, at the BUOY office.*
-The Kalamazoo Celery Nerve and
Blood Tonic is the best. A guarantee
certificate goes with every bottle. For
:ale Le Piuteor Drug Store, St. An-
G - *v-- -- . -- -- .
drev's ba y. '
-- A few of the band boys held a prac-
tice i.i'-.-in- last Saturday night., But
l il' "Aas accomplished, however, to-
.ard- cj.vt-el ing the reorganization in
-Uur correspondents will please Dear
in mind that their favors must be mailed
early enough to reach us not later than
Monday evening; otherwise they cannot
annear in the current issue.
-Word has been received here that
it will be fifteen or twenty days yet be-
fore the repairs to the steamer Alpha
will be completed and the vessel be
ready to resume her place on the line
between Mobile, St. Andrews and Car-
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St.Andrews Bluff, or Buena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 12c. per dozen, at the
BUOY offlee.
-Rev. S. L. Louder ilk wh'o h; s
been appointed to the pastorate of the
Baptist church here has rented the
Mrs. Her-rick house, corner of Wash-
ington avenue and Wilmot street and
will occupy it with his family about the
first of November.
-"When our h.)ys werp i most dead
from whooping cough, our doctor gave
One Minute Cough Cure. They recov-
ered rapidly." writes P. B. Belles, Ar-
gyle. Pa. It cures coughs, colds,
grippe and all throat and lung trou-
bles. R. F. Brackin &Son.
-T1 you are thinking of buy-ng prop-
erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase
til y'ou have conferred with the pro-
trietior of the BuoY. If you are short of
money and want to buyon longtime for
actual settlement you can be aecommo-,
datea. '
-Services were held at the Baptist
church last Sunday night by Rev. I. L.
Loudermilk who will fill the pulpit
there in the future. He announced at
the close of his discourse that he would
again hold divine service there on the
second Sunday in November-morning
service only.
-Photographs only $1.00 per dozen.
Landscape views, photos of single per.,
sons or groups, and views of your
homes, either interior or exterior, all
at the same price. Satisfaction guar-
anteed. See sample pictures at the
Buoy office and at Brackin's store. Lo-
cated near the school house.
-There is one printing office in
Washington county, Florida, where you
can get just as fine job printing at just
as reasonable rates as you can in the
great cities, and that is the Buoy office.
If you should need letter-heads, bill-
heads, statements, envelopes, cards,
circulars, pamphlets, or any class of
job printing, try it and see if it is not'
a fact!
-"I wish to express my thanks to the
manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic,

them. Mr. X.'s letters are ever so much
warmer and more affectionate than
those I wrote him. I know you'll enjoy
reading them ever so much more than
you did mine. "-New York World.


The Columbia Ki
The closing con
yacht race nas .ti
such a wind as Sir
of the Shamrock \ a
almost a gale, and thl
ered the thirty-ive
more than six hiittevi
the Shamiock, and j
awarded to Conruimoi
Columbia. bir Liptu
feat graciously and
Columbia is the bek
says he will come ag
improved boat, if it
Meantime it is not
that Commodore lJli
improve the Coluiin
menit is possible.

"That young man.'
pointing to a sharp
across the street, "has
for himself and thisI
large "
"As to how?" asked
imply by send

A Plunge In the Dark.
A remarkable accident befell an Eng-
lish cyclist. He had been a few miles
into the country to see some friends,
and was riding home along a lane about
10 o'clock p. m., when he suddenly re-
ceived a sharp blow on the chest and
was lifted completely out of the saddle
and thrown with considerable violence
to the ground, where he lay for some
minutes partly stunned. On recovering
his senses the cyclist looked around to
try to find the cause of his extraordinary
It did not want a lot of finding, for
it was very apparent in the shape of a
stout rope which was stretched across
the road. The rope, it appeared, was
fastened at one end to a gypsy wagon
standing by the side of the hedge, and
to a horse at the other. In search of
fresh herbage the- animal had strayed
across the road. and, startled, no
doubt, by the sudden appearance of the
,bi'.-rtpo L~gjt. hid i its head


eiou calle for, to pK
-Indianapolis Journ,

A writer in The Fed
dines to the opinion: t]
motor superseded tie
perfection of paving '
away with rails sad ci
and automobile vhick

need an medianc.
rilla is the best bloo
and stomach tonic.

The Ducter-Bear
yon the wd('st-youu
The Client-That'
lived a bit longer I
into a fortune: ns it i
ny to pay yun with.
The Doct,.r-Wel
up hope. We'll tryt
try.-Illustrated Bit
Not Men
"Everybody seems
tioned for the office
served the sympathy
"Yes." replied th<
itician. "My name
"Then, ot cu)-OC
joined the other.
be among the unimne
And silence like
Chicago Tribune

To Cure LaGril
Take Laxative Bro
All drugg-ists refu
fails to cure. E. W
on every box. 25c.
The Seu,,
The porgy, coi
beaq ul tglh he

on, of the moat cbe
captivity it ,is easil
tuke alarm fron s
pa-.sin. visitor. a
of glais. or Ut.metli
go rushing, arouui d
Sometimes a L'.rg
when frirahttned. ji
and b mp its n u-
icrer-n (ver tLe tati
paraly zed by thes.h, k

ical Review in-
at as the electric
iorsecar so the
ill ultimately do
rrent altogether
rule supreme.
best when you
Hood's Sarsapa-
purifier, nerve
et HOOD'8.

up I must tell
can t possibly re-

a pity, for if I'd
should have come
. I haven't a pen-
. now, don't give
tend you. We'll

i have been men-
cept you." ob-
fg friend.
disappointed pol-
Pants.& "
soothingly re-
might expect to
ona Ile. '&"
poultice feiL-

in Two Days
Quinine Tablets.
the money if it
ROVE'S Sielnature

as it is. is a
en in the water

Hfirhes. In
jhirened. It will
thing done by a
,.htless touching
f lhat sort. and
it is exhausted.
a tank may.
ut of thbe water
n;inst the wire
and be ?enminIy
aund rendered on-

drawing the cord aiW eight of
five feet or so from the gound. In the
darkness it was imperceptible, and,
catching the cyclist breast high, it flung
him from his machine with scant cour-
To the Deaf.---A rich lady, cured
of her eafness and Noises in the Head
by Dr.! Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums,
gave $10,000 to his Institute, so that
deaf people unable to procure the Ear
Drums may have them free. Address No.
1221 The Institute, 780 Eighth avenue,
New York.
Only an Earthquake.
During his lecture tour in 1S98 F.
Marion Crawford, the novelist, had his
first experience with an American
earthquake. It was in San Francisco,
and the shock was one of the greatest
known- on the slope for years. Mr.
Crawford was lunching at the hotel
with his lecture manager when sud-
denly the building began to tremble
with the sickening motion which is pe-
!uliar to earthquakes. Then the ta-
bles shook and dishes fell clattering to
the floor.
In an Instant there was a panic. Men
and women rushed from the room.
Some religiously Inclined guest began
to pray, and several women fainted.
The manager rose and staggered to-
ward tile door, but Mr. Crawford
caught him and pulled him back into
his chair.
"What is It?" gasped the manager.
"Nothing," answered the novelist,
reaching for another slice of bread.
"But the building is collapsing."
"Nonsense. It's over now."
"But what Is it?"
"It's only an earthquake. We get
them in Italy right along. It doesn't
amount to an3yhiu;. What kind of
dessert are you going to have'?
The "Plow B,,,v Pre'-i,-. .. -'," .J.
XK -kmau. PR\ini Rie,' i- i
suffl'"rina; fronm lIrn iclhial orTuin'. i-roajl.'
for ten years, I wns curedl I.'. Oi'- Mi;nu
Cough Jure. It is all ilh l claimn-d [
it and more." It cures .'i.tAi e. l .;
grippe and all 'hroat an1 ui ng ,1'i ,ul,.
R. F. Br '-kin& Sot,.

No Cure For Sealeckneas.
Notice should be taken of the effort!.
which have from time to time kbvn
made bk the marine architect to mili.
gate the miseries of seasickline~. lie
has doubled his ship, he has slung his
ship as In a cradle. To no purpose. The
life of the channel steward remains an
arduous one. Seasickness is not to
be conquered by the shipwright. If
It was merely the rolling motion that
creates nausea, then a hammock or a
cot would be as sure a relief as a twin
ship or a cradle hung saloon. Sea-
sickness Is caused by the several mo-
tions of the sea combined, and the
worst of these movements the builder
cannot possibly deal with-I mean
the trough into which the ship falls,
and the liquid acclivity to whose
frothing head she leaps.--Clark Rus-
sell in Pall Mall Gazette.

Missed the Opportunity.
Mrs. Bargane-Haven't you got a
toothache. John?
Mr. Bargane-No, my dear. Why?
Mrs. Bargane-Oh, I am so sorry that
you have not. I bought a new tooth-
ache cure today at a bargain, and J
wanted you to try it.-Baltimore Jew,
ish Comment.

Bismarck's u i. 'jrva8
Was the result of his s:-lendid health.
Indomitable will aud trem: ndous ener-
gy are not found where the stomach,
liver, kidney and bowels are out of or-
der. If you want these q raliti-. au,
the success they bring, use Dr. King'a
N w L9i-t- Pi --ly -1-o.--i-T"..,-
!,,w.'r or br-ain andl b.ody. Only 2..' ait
all drug stores.

01d Love and New Repartee.
People are smiling at tie little pas-
sage at arms which took place between
two young women at a luncheon the
other day. One of the women is a beau-
tiful blond, a bride, and she comes from
the south. She met the other woman
first at the aforesaid luncheon and. shak-
ing hands in her characteristic, cordial
way, said:
"I'm so glad to meet you! You have
afforded me so much amusement."
"Amusement ?" said the other.
"Oh. yes!" went on the bride. "I've
been through my husband's desk, and
I've read all his old love letters. I found
several very warm and affectionate let-
ters from you. and I enjoyed reading
them ever so much."
"I'm so glad yon enjoyed them!'
purred the other. "But do come to see
me very son. I have the answers to all
those letters, and you might like to read

whisky in bathing
any relief until lie b
lain's Pain Balm. '
complete cure in
believes that had hi
dv his lg %'i-,ui haN
edt. Pain Balm is ui
brui es and rheumaiir
M. Ware.St. Andre
.1 m dlirin dalpr

Ireat Rejoicing! T
No More Medicine! TG fV
The Dr King Chill Pad cures Chills. If
it fiiis we refund your money. $100,000 An linn,.st in.-n,,

, but nothing gave
,an asiing Chamber-
,is brought almost a
'week's 'imp and he
not used this reme-
e hbad to lie amputat-
eqiuatlfed for sprains,
sm. F.,r sale by L.
a and Bayhead and

IW a I tFd!

ithe Cup.
u the great
led in just
inas Lipton
raying for-
ulumbia coy-
ie course in
as time than
a cup was
Islin of the
takes his de-
tinits that the
r boat; but he
) and with an
can be built.
be supposed
will neglect to
, if improva-

aid the citizen,
featured youth
nade fame both
his native vil-

H od' i Is,1i ire live r Ills tbe nneI rr Ir at] ng and
on ly ouEll.,rtll' to take witb Hood'@ N..r-.parilla.

*~ ~anot a success, Domino's ball

were pety ofteem, but the dear gFrisl
Such painful types of beauty, and all
so very mature. And there they sat,
waiting nu vain for partners-Helens of
Troy and Joans of Aro and Rosamonda
that were riot a bit fair-all antique
subjects, you will perceive, back num-
bers of fiction out of date.
So the men kept near the buffet, and
one said to another:
"I did not know that our host was so
devoted to horticulture. "'
"Do you refer," said the other, "to
the cabbages he presents us for cigars?"
"No," smiled back the first. "I wat
thinking rather of his ardent passion for
collecting wallflowers."
And their glances wandered vaguely
to the ballroom.-Pick Me Up.
Volcanic Erupntions
Are grand, but skin eruptions rob life
of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures
them; also old running fever sores, ul-
cers, boils, felons, corns, warts, cuts,
bruises, burns, scalds, chapped hands,
chilblains. Best pile cure on earth.
Drives out pains and aches. Only 25 cts
a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by all
A Trap of Her Own Setting.
We have all met people whose pride
In their own possessions is so great that
they can see no charms in those of oth-
ers. A young botanist was showing a
party of ladies and gentlemen through
a conservatory and explaining to them
the properties of some of the choicest
plants. Among the visitors was a would
be young looking, middle aged lady
who at every description volunteered
the statement that the plants and flow-
ers she had at home were quite the
equal of anything here or indeed any-
Just as they were passing a giant
cactu- she was heard to exc'aim:
"Well. this is-nothing extraordinary
have a ci(-tnts it borne that is still

laigc-r. planted and reared it myself. '
SRReared it yourself ?" the professor
gently tobsetved. "How remarkable!
This specimen is 63 years old, and if
your.is 1i still larger'-
The lady did not stay to bear any
more, bat e.ecnted a strategic move-
ment to the rear

His Mother's Sou.
"My niece Mary was always a well
meaning girl, but she would say the
wrong thing almost every time," said
one old gentleman to another, "and
she's got a boy that's going to be her
very counterpart."
The old gentleman's eyes twinkled,
and his ugly. good natured face was
puckered with enjoyment as he drew
from his pocketbook a small sheet of
note paper.
"I sent Hal a toy monkey that plays
all kinds of pranks when it's wound
up," said he, chuckling. "Now you
listen to this letter of thanks I got from
him. He's just 8 years old:
"DEER UNCLE NED-I am delited with the
munkey, thank you. He makes me think ol
you very often. And whenever mamma winds
him up, and he begins to jump, mamma and I
feel as if we were back at your house where
all those toys are, and mamma will look at the
munkey and say, 'That's your Uncle Ned aUll
over.' Goodbye from your greatfull

-Youth's Companion.
A Bit of Superstition.
One of the most liberally patronized
@t the Pennsylvania's many passenger
trains is the St. Louis express, which
lTaves the Broad street nation each
afternoon at 4:;"11 o'clock. The regular
gate for the train is No. 14, but at this
season of the year the rush of people
to get aboard is so great it becomes
necessary to open two gates. No. 13
being the nearest. it is the one selected.
The saunteri.'r happened to be in the
.'lti,' l rib! ,tat.r f t'-i'r'nr ,n irv hon dtlp

,;ates were thrown open. Instantly
there was a rush for No. 14 and the
crowd became jammed around it for a
distance of 30 feet in each direction.
Gate No. 13 was practically neglected..
"This way for the St. Louis express,"
called out the ticket puncher at the
gate. "This way for the St. Louis ex-
But, although his voice was good and
loud, none of the passengers who were
struggling around No. 14 seemed to
hear it. Out 'of probably 100 well
dressed, intelligent men and women
the saunterer saw but three leave the
pushing throng around No. 14 and pass
through No. 13. lie asked the gate-
zian why it was.
"Don't know," was his answer, "ex-
cept it's superstition. Afraid to start
on a journey by passing through a gate
with 13 as its number, I suppose. It's
this way every time, and will be, I
guess, as long as the number on the
gate is left as it Is. I believe that the
most of the people would rather miss
their train, if it came to that, than take
chances with their superstitious fears.
Funny, isn't it?"-Philadelphia Inquir-
'so mi no risk wt'lien vou I'
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar-
rhoea Remedy. L. M. Ware, St. An-
drews and Bayhend and and all medicine
dealers will refund your money if you are
not satisfied after using it. It is ev rv-
.Ar.... .ndme to beI the most. nuissafil



"Necessity is the

Mother of Invention."

It was the necessity for an
honest, reliable blood purifier
and tonic that brought into
existence Hood's Sarsapa-
rilla. It is a highly concen-
trated extract prepared by a
combination, proportion and
process peculiar to itself and
giving to Hood's Sarsaparilla
unequalled curative power.
Is ,wonderful record of cures has made,
it America's Greatest Medicine. "
Rosy Cheeks I have goet
health and rosy cheeks, thanks to Hood's
Sarsaparilla. It builds me up and
saves doctor bills." Mary A. Burke,
East CZair St., Indianapolis, Ind.

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Tricked the Vicious Camel.

A valuable camel worki=:g in an oil
mill in Africa was beaten lby it- i v:r
Seeing that the caIel bad ta-.-d p
the injury and was only waiting fa-
vorable chance for revengeC the dr'vf'
kept a strict watch upon the aidinal.
Time passed away. The ca..el, know-
ing that it was watched, was quci ,; and
obedient, and the driver beqan think '
that the beating was forgotten, when
one night, after several months .
gone by, the man was sleeping cn a
raised platform in the mill, while, as is
customary. the camel was stabled in a
Happening'to awake, the driver saw
by the bright moonlight that when -I
was quiet the animal looked caudiotu!ly
around, rose softly and, str-alin-, ,
a spot where a bundle of chit': ... :
burnoose thrown car,.l.--ly on a-
grounLd resembled a a'eepinr ii.:
caut itself with violence u.'on i.- .
rolling with all its weight and t:.-: .
ireau mK..1 Ti.i,,+,,ly ,ith i>, t -.
Satisfied tL'it its revenge was crn; '
the camel was returning to. its -c
when the driver sat up and spol-f At
ie sound of his voice and realizing t.
mistake it had made, the animal wa I
so mortified at the failure and disov-
ery of its scheme that it dashed its head
against the wall and died on the spos.


menses, or Irregular monthly periods are
wearing out the life cz many a girl and
woman who perhaps has never heard of
6. F. P.
(Gerstle's Female Panaceas.)
ary A. Hunt. of MNariou, Ark., writest--
Your .F.P. was reconinended to me, so trie
one bottle and it has entirely cured I m cn' lnt.I
It is the best medicine in the world lor Cenluc r
women and I use it regularlyas a tonic. V' a' 0
bless L. Gerstle & Co., MARY A. LI'...
Try G. F. P. atonce. Itwill make
you strong, vivacious, re lar and cure
you of any form of female weakness.
Write to our LADIES HEALTH CLMie
I in charge of ladies exclusively .ilr.i uij
about your case and they will adv,'-s I
fully onhow toealnyurhealttl..-;;u^ I
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able to swim., lusuIc.11 a condition it
will lie ,pra, its bC'k. -- "tiinless, ex-
cept p rhips for a tt.ering of its fins,
for an hour, and tl? it'. iny.' ome back
all right again and vim a',Jout so lively
and in such good flrm that you can't
tell then which fish of the lot it was
that had bumped it." -ad.
A peculiairity a prgy is its lia-
bility to blindness, lindne u is not un-
common among ti 's. but there are
perhaps more blindoiurgits than there
are fish of any oth kind. There's a
saying anicog riiere n, "As blind asa
porgy. "-New Yurk 3aun
He Toud t6i Lnawyer.
Lawyer S. is well known for his un-
comely habits. He ruts his hair about
four times a year nlI the rest of the
time looks deciddl rag'zed about the
ears. He was making. a witnessdescribe
a barn which tihur,, iii his last case.
"How long had their barn been built?"
"Oh. I don't knc,.' About a year
mebby. About nine ~'ioth p'r'aps."
"But just how 1,T.'? Tell the jury
how long it had bean built."
"Well, I don't L-kw exactly. Quite
a while." i
"Now. Mr. B., yo- pass for an intel-
ligent farmer, and yq you can't tell me
how old this barn is, nI you have lived
on the next farm f' ten years. Can
you tell me how old 'Our own barn is?
Come now, toll uO *w c'lJ your own
house is, irrrms i PrI
Quick as lightningthe old far"r re-
"You want tol k:ro how old my house
is, do ye? Well, it', just about as old
as you be and need the roof seeing to
about as bad." _
In the roar that flowed the witness
stepped down, and: Lawyer S. 'didn't
call him back.-Looion Globe.

During tne winter if S197 Mr. James
Reed, one of the 1ldinii citizens and
merchants of Clay cnltv, W. Va., struck
his ieg against a eie of ice in such a
manner as toli huise it severely. It be-
came very much .swulen and paii.ed him
so badly that he coud, not walk without
the aid of crutches. He was treated by
physicians, also us d several kinds of
li-iment and two nd a half galonn of



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The Reviver. His Life WasSaved. WI hat I Day
"Baby was taken very bad while Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen Nine persons out 10L-'yes. 999 out
you were out, mum," said the new of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder- of every 1,000-if ked how long it
servant girl. fal deliverance from a frightful death. takes the earth to t Jincp on its axis
S"Oh, dear!" said the young wife. "Is In tel.hgii of it he says; "1 was takcn would answer '-24 :"r. and to the
he better nr (-?" with typ oid lfver that ran into pu ,u question. How irnes Oors it turn
ren01a.tt.3 lungs becatme harde e d. I
"Oh, he's :_I right now: but he w as b ;. o 1 er i i a its xia in tlfl < e of the year-
bad at first. HIe S:me> t:; eonUI ou ir Not.;, I, ,iipea me. expeeo 'I answe lu0r Wonild 615 tines. Both
....-"a qtilte faint; but I fouud his. medicineinn bowutodie ,f consul ptu, o ihu tie.rdt sw~ .S re v.r r
the cupboard"- of Dr. King a New Discovery. One bot- It required but 28 ours and 56 min-
ay Oc 2" I "Found his medicine! Good gracious! tie gave great relief. I continued to use utes for the earth to ake one complete
Si.r..day, iOct-. 2U6, 1., What have you been giving the child? It ana now am well and strong. Ican't turn, and it makes 6~( turns during
- There's no medicine In the cupboard." say too much in its praise." This mar- the year. The err springs from a
AT. AN 1) R E WS "Oh; yes, there Is, mum. It's written ve1ous medicine is tfe surest andquick- wrong idea of what meant by a day.
SCUE T onItlung trouble. Regularsizes50centsand The day is not, a 8 commonly h SU P
T.R E And that girl triumphantly produced 1 Trial b.uttts tee at any drug store; posed, the time rE~q hired by the earth
; iCERI ES. a bottle labeled "Kid Reviver."-Lon- euery bottle guaranteed. to make one turn a its axis, but the
,t, i i No. 55l don 'Tit-Bits. interval between t successive pas-
.. ...... powder.. An old Mari on. sages of the sun acrS the meridian- f
,. 5 Unc ear.40-60 n d Marrage Bond . G(riflin i, ."tIvens Point, who that is to say, the e which elapses
S" '1220 CUnmilk, a. can usBelow we print anmarriage bond aa r,,e,. large aw milling iaterets after the sun is sen exactly south in
T C'nd milk, canl used in Georgia many years ago. The l'ie"'I1" large aw rmillig interests its diurnal course t ough the heavens
-. .,le,lh 12-15 Sweetened..... 8 copy we have is quite an old looking, lihee lhn. Ieeii on hlie bay for several before it is again se in that position.
... 3 25 Baking powder faded paper ,aIy I,,,,Nking f, a bite to locate an Now, in conseque ce of the earth's
;..,... 10 Royal...... .. 50 Georgia, Jefferson Cotnty.-Know all men revolution in its o it. or path round
.......; Camtpbell. ..... 10 by these presents that we. Henry Brown and \tt'ive saw mill plant, and has .revolution in i ha the appearance of
S01 Canned fruit Waler Slone, are held and firmly bound unto .. t w the sun, the suan ha the appearance of
<..er,,8-15 Pes 1 0 uiriS 1 0 the court of ordinary of Jefferson county in ,tit with Mr. anders moving very lowly the heavens in a
iate S l the sum of WS'..14. to which payment well and i he iiicha.,e of' a large body of direction'fTom east o West At noon
-): .. 11teq.... Sanl12 truly to be made we bind ourselves, our bhers, tomorrow the, sun 11, be a short dis-
.. Apples........ 10 xecutorsand administrators, jointly nd ev- I .r l.a. favorably impress tanceto the east of the point in the
Pc .% ........ 15 rally, frmly by these presents, sealed with s h a opi o-
., ', .. f.ij 'l3 I luns. . 0 our a-als and dated this l7thdayof November, .,e 1 is hie wit h tile outlook that he has heavens at which it is seen at noon.to-
SA t,..... condition of the aboveobligationts such I tthr lneliberwsof Sia &vndi- day. so that when e earthhas made
..l 'itrl.wlherrie 2I ha, whereas there s a marriage intended to i i one complete turn will stiU have to
2;. ,bawer asthe.erais. amri thaag, intended to cate at evei Point to oin hii turn four minutes sIgear before the sunny
,-. I'nl'ilp .. 10-'1 be solemnized between Henry Brown and Susey o n h turnfour minute l before the sun
.6 r,. l t' ni'-l M, il- Wright. Now. if there be no lawful cause to here ilr the pii pose of completing can again be seen e actly south.
r.C.2- 1 ii. ,'.rit lb.-t i obstruct the same, then this obhgation to be il, lieg,,t jti, aid eltetilg a site.
; i ',rn,ld |aIl :-, void, else to remain in full force and virtue. a l g a te.
.-- 15 t'hiid. h,-Sll-. Signed, sealed and acknowledged in the Mi Ji-a. R. Thlloitpon has closed A Test Ne ve.
8*Ar M .A0 1. I il, r .. .II-n-e lit town a1 "T e (1 li i
8.1r .. -0 L.,,-er ... ....... -| I 1, ....-e i t tow a g,,e dom under t1n ia yons, who, being
".Ir .10 1'',HENRY XRWN.,ahX Bao
Lard .., 1 l arkow er 'iml ,,it..- ti> Ev.,nfinid. where one a thorough seaman, ade that acquire- loo
e.tnP., "' W rRSTON. ill iill o I ment his first obj by placing his The
Sl, ..10. -Louisville (Ga.) News and Farmer a d o r relatives young officers in p itons of responsi- an
. -oisvie (G.) News and Farmer er pa ents land other relatives. ability. He made s midshipmen take flar
S. , h. 1 h dai u Dterenil.er. 1>97, Rev. ('.,;.. .%1 \ ills ot St. Andrews charge of the watclt night and day. I par
'.. '1 .. S. A D ,,*....., ti-t. M i. church *'iutll. Bay' i in town this week. The Col- had then been only tfor years In the han
'P* if p. s ,i WV. ... con .ctd a service. One night the weather looked h
. .. a, ,"i ,si, n ,., tieated lmIhe lo i ,t1 has 1jut returntnd from a visit to very threatening, and webad royals set,
AIt ", i i l li 'Cuig. Milwankee Wis. He also visited solwent down to thecaptain and asked
:*! -- -.l`. nIet c.ugli,. Hp whether I should shorten sail. He turn,
L ...~ ld t.: 'Alot~- re ,'rting to a iuinumber e o -ev,,rnl ,,tlier states en route.-Chip- whether I should shorten mail. Heturn
. ". A ., 1 r o eve I t er tate en ote.-Chip- ed round in his cot and said, "Wait till C
U.11 ke.....it comes." i
S.... :. ,, II....... t ,'i .', I turIhaI.-Sed a h1i3- I went on deck, and, knowing what l
s C.u R Ss not recommended for ev-. he would say if an* spars Vere lost, I Pi
S, ... "- '- ... .... I ,,-.T- nm. Ir- ut if you have commenced taking in sail. We were dra
:...- al.. ., -I F troub., ,. ." Fr fou d just the remedyder struck by a squall so fierce that I had lun
.. .. , ,,l,, a,,d you need. At druggists in fifty cent to put the helm up aid get the ship be-
..' .... u.l i-. o," j and dollar sizes You may have sam- fore the wind to get the canvas in. pe
i .' pie bottle of this wonderful new discov- When Captain Lyons cameon deck and men
*i- ., ",.,. 'a i *:'l i ;" ery by mail free. also pamphlet telling saw what I had done, he gave me great you
.' '' ... J .. all about it.. Address credit, laughed and said he had tried duo
: "' .- Dr. Kiliner & Co., my nerve and sailoring. When I passed
.,: .,. .. *.. Bingha ton, N. Y for lieutenant, he gave me a certificate
SReed and trout. which modesty forbids me to publish.-
S .,. .... i i. .. w "Life of Vice Admiral Lord Lyons," by
,, I Tomas B. Reed served in the n Captain Wilmot.
S, .. ; . daring the civil war, and in 1865 he
S.. ;, -.. ''li ,. ;' r r .-- returned to Portland to practice law. "It did me more good I in anything I
S, ', :,-. -': .: '. As a young lawyer he displayed the ever used My d.v.-ei)sia was of months' Pe
' _---- same qualities of ability and aggres- standing; after en ir; it was terrible, men
a7,. ... *." *..::.'' ... T. i. ,- ot i sivn-Eess which have been a conspicu- Now I am well," writes S. B. Keener, the]
I ." . ..... ,,,. a- i'a ous characteristic of his political life. Hoisingion, Kas., of Kodol Dyspepsia as it
S ,.. ...... . .. . One of the strongest men at the Port- Cure. It digests ,hat. ,you eat. R. F. dayo
i. ldi bar at the time was A. A. Strout. Brackin & Son Form
.. i,,, ,,, .: ,, ,, . :.. .. ': re beginning the trial of a suit Hair T thpicks. of Si
t'. r.. *-.:,; 1', .. it. Stront's habit to inquireof every "Of all the cu a articles of com- curt
2 0-,. .,, 7 (.,, ,. ..t ,, .i : i... .'.. to the state of his health and merce that yon h ever mentioned in weni
a, a r I, I ,a.. ..a
I ch with the idea that t helaw- print I have never n one more strange pied
S. .: licitous of that juror's per- tha a 'line' I re rly send to China, epce
,, ., . .s, weltre. to the Brazils and very large quanti Th
I .'1 *: .4 .... 4. l' .." ."' d and Strout were constantly an- ties to Russia." Pamss
S. ta ,nizing each other, though they The speaker m a "foreign mer. bers
S' \ 'r ood friends. In nearly every chant, and he addressing a con- the
.., ..--- --.. -- -. i h. f iin;,,rtance Strout and Reed tributor who has ade a specialty of plain
."ce ...!,,?,. ,.,'i, si.e' '.-c .b.0,', -a; ., sp.ei a y
S i. ... ".1, I,. .. .., u.*,**'. I ,,-(. r, F'.ar tl a iur.a a --, , ". :.ite sides. paragraphs dealing iitb out of the way by h:
I Ch a. .
S.. '.,, .: --:...... ing, indeed for thesuave ccpations. "T articles I refer to temp
'=l .- --. .' a a .. \."' '' I '- .. i .. r Reed drawl out before are toothpicks tbh ie made of walrus that
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vC'' J, CLN"V akr's o# 1hthha bevt neajCIc oy tiMivl fd S 'l I-ca i n';al at cua&L ilatis ll.
a o"eW P eu a n, uf Mi'ot te ,Rrm of F J. zi-aiiheft th av of.C100,atcr A D.

.at ;ald firul ". dl pay the-' 60cim of O N E PUNE OWSRrm 'jd by Nutlee tat Deleudziot. TH BI
-'~ tC~ar cmultct 1 Fi b rc Jcutli'ial Unrawct a F loriala-Cirraaiir H IElT4.
ha "..e 0 I 114al '0i itd rrki.CUM D. &'o f I W asahilagwniConi ov'a. "
FICAN K J.1..ZataICU Frederick L.',acrtleld v3. Jh3Laepli i c1~ii.F
..W '! i to hifc.re tOC ind lsuiscrIlied in. laet-ln Ubaantryc.c~ aaa
rip ubpop,&P h &y ~ ecriler It is Gr~derpd Lhait the daai~ id~inin UPBo,
L a, Th'.tary iadt iCivv' r oF1 edjr t,.i [11(.. 1.11 j11
ilt~L1'.*,,ereirj ttakra ainternally t~iafl'oto ad flatui c a u c e (t e ttV y.6 Aa'~v. .a
k.0 4t d irec iyIv the M ad cland WrU day Iof (aiUsnaa. nA.0, 8I.SJ.- ,,a.a
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It it was only health, we
might let it cling.
But it is a cough. One cold
no sooner passes off before
another comes. But it's the
same old cough all the time.
And it's the same; old story,
too. There is 'first the cold,
then the cough, then pneu-
monia or consumption with the
long rc!kness, and life tremb-
ling in the balance.




sens the grasp of your cough.
e congestion of the throat
I lungs is removed; all in-
nmation is subdued; the
ts are put perfectly at rest
1 the cough drops away. It
s no diseased tissues on
ich to hang.

r. Ayer's
herry Pectoral
ws out inflammation of the
Vi0e FMa.
member we have a Medclal Depart-
.t. If you have any complaint what-
* and desire the best medical advice
can possibly obtain, write the
otr freely. You will receive a
opt reply, without cost.
Address, DR. J. C. AYER,
Lowell, Mass.

A Thrilling Entertainment.
*rhaps the most thrilling entertain-
t on record was one witnessed in
Romagna, which was as unexpected
was unauthorized. It was the last
of the carnival, and the theater of
nlipopoli was packed with a crowd
pectators awaiting the rise of the
ain. After a long delay the curtain
tup, only to disclose a stage occu-
by 100 brigands facing the audi-
with pointed rifles.
ie leader of the strange cast, In
store, one of the most ruthless rob-
of any age, bowed profoundly to
horror stricken audience and ex-
led that the theater was surrounded
is men, that the first man who at-
pted to escape would be shot, and
he and his merry men would pro-
to collect aniinonev and valuables

Sr honor, Brother Strout thick whiske e wa as are s ip- they them.
' d his morning task of ped. from Alaska efly, to myself, and The brigand and his men then de-
Sr th the jury, we may to some others in gland. Those who acended from the stage and stripped the
prceid with the business send them pull n out one by one audience of their possessions to the val-
"-Philadelphia Saturday with special tI ers, and after the ue of $400,000. He then thanked them
whiskers have 'trimmed and stiff- all in a graceful speech and left the
a ened here tbey made up into bun- theater. It is comforting to know that
,,, "- y invalid, dies and sent a he and 100 of his brigands were cap-
-1 the nervous man, "The high as Chinese seem to turned shortly after and that they paid a
;ma., yu ought to take use no other ki-n thpick, and the heavy penalty for their evening's en-
>r btuat cold?' You know more wealthy of t e Russians always tertainment.-Cincinnati Enquirer.
l.-ail uf trouble may arise use them at their hibs and hotels. I
cough send out some thousands of bundles Would You Like ThisT
11 right.' answered Der- yearly, and, though, to the buyer they The author of "Wild Flowers of
"I never had a slight are much dearer, as well as more orna- California" gives an entertaining ac-
y life. When I cough. I mental, they leave plenty of profit to count of how the Indians prepare for
azes "-Washington Post. the dealer. "-Exchange. food a plant that is commonly called
.. -n ... ...u rr~e. Indian lettuce. It will be recalled that
ur Renders. "The average man would be greatly formic acid takes its name from the
. a Great Bar'ain surprised to know pow far the surgical red ant, and that acid was first oh-
world has moved in the last quarter of taeed from the insect.
TO OFFER YOU: a century," said prominent New The Placer county Indians greedily
IOY Fndf leanspractitioner. "It's hard to realize eat the succulent leaves and stems of
,.A, E even for one in th profession. We do their "lettuce." Their way of prepar-
things as a matte of course at present ing the plant for food is novel Gath-
W EE t hig as a mt ofcus tpering the leaves, they lay these about
TPROIT FREE PRESS that only a few years ago would have the entrancestothe nests of ce abin
Pia One Year been looked upon is downright murder. the entrances to the nests o certain
SPrs Year Book "I remember bck in the seventies I outlarge unred all over ts. The plants, swarming
y('.l ;op,,tina for 1900 was called to attend a man whowas time the Indians shake t he ants offer a
shot through the intestines with buck- time ieo vndians shake the ants off
shLY $1. ot, makinganmber ofperforations the leaves, satisfied that the lettuce
Y $175 otmaking a ber of perforation now has a pleasant sour taste, equaling
E- W-WEEI FREE PRESS I promptly open the abdominal cay- that which might be given it by vine-
all t. l. bMichigan's lead- ity and sewed up the wounds, which at ha.
that time was regarded as a wildly dar- g u.
nat t.tking advantage of ing operation. The man died from un- Preparation.
tu t t 52 copies of thile avoidable complications, and hisfriends It was evident the moment she en-
', p;. of the FREE were determined tO prosecute me for tered the parlor that he was angry.
L, 7..iE RE.aS YEAR killing him. In fact, I had a close "What do you mean by suing me for
..., a.'75. squeak trom anlleasant consequences, breach of promise?" he demanded. "I
S. fetMar Book and for a great many otherr surgeons con- never proposed to you in my life."
S i. f,1r 1900. demned may procedure in the severest "Why, of course you didn't," she an-
;,,,, P0per. terms. swered in a conciliatory tone. "And I
S"Just think o itt' Today things are wouldn't have accepted you if you had.
exactly reverse, apd a surgeon who But you know I am going on the stage,
..... :, Concisea and failed to open ea abdomen in such a and I must make some prepaiation."--
S. i., Ea e. case would ind btedly be punished for Chicago Post.
*... iti. ., many Itis no aggeration to say that A Man WIlth a Past.
Sp the modern urgaon saves thousands of "Edgar. tell me the truth! Is there
t11and Book of lives that his 'rlier brothers would any black spot in your life before you
I.ion" n tL,'j...o f have abandone.t without an effort knew me?"
ti,-ri .i, Plituic. 'Necessarily fate would have been the "Letitia, I will reveal all. When I
S. s e a book ,o lie- verdict and the sufferer assisted into was 10 years old I used to piece
a c I wracti.i Direc- the valley of the shadow by a merciful quilts."-Detroit Free Press.
4. -4. opiate. "-New Mrleans Times-Demo-
a will be sent to all crat. t al t It's easy enough to become a great
jti offer. he book financier If you have money for ex-
aDc. 22, 1899, it Ge me". periments.-Atchison Globe.
SL, e if out earlIer on The pleasureaof wearing sparkling
S c,,,tilete reords o stones is toagre ,t extent the knowledge Any one can sit on a Jury, but it
... ill be ailed as that others can't afford to wear them. takes a lawyer to sit on a witness.-L.
.ua hrOe advantage of But this is a 'easnre with which I A. W. Bulletin.
ia.. ii.'h we make fora have no sympat Jewels should aim- ...
S h special arraifge. ply bg regarded ps tan ornament, irre-
'. ,-hIrs" Remenhor, spectiveof their intrinsic value But so
a ,t year and th a little is this r lized by the wealthy r
.... "r classes that mi y ladies wear sham
s BU OY, diamonds exact similar to those that
.-.a. -, 9-ay, Fl a. they posse, w. .h are kept at their e
--- - bankers for fea f theft. This is much
with certified nkers' checks. It is a
bn -..s a mere advertise nt to all that the per- Digest what you eat.
o Io is i, extrav- e
c.e, t aectutbe ost son is so wealth that he or she can af- Itartificiallydtgeststhefoodandaids
.s l ,,ely eedea tie ford to leave a st amount of capital Nature in strengthening and recon-
.. of the bet sd to Locked up wit ut interest.-London structingthe exhausted digestive or-
,: ,,,.r W Truth.u gans. It is the latest discovered digest-
SW.., %\\N.Ei '9 ER Nl. BRIGHT AND antand tonic. No other preparation
.. .o ,,HONEST on to represent us as can approachit in efficiency. It in-
0' : s h' i .. aii else by counties. stantly relieves and permanently cures
1 '.1 i i" "q" "~it eaapenaaes. Straight, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
.. 'a.... ,, r-li, no III l, el-tary. Posit- Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
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attending to it, sir."
"A gentleman with a cut head.', Dr. ,
Thorne repeated as he watched the t
gray haired old waiter draw up the p
blind. "What's he doing with a cunt
head?" I

"There's been a wreck durin the I
night, sir, off the point; a schooner-- i
she's gone to pieces, but they saved the t
crew. This gent was the only passen- t
ger, an they brought 'im on 'ere.
Didn't you 'ear it blow, sir?" 9
"Why, no," the doctor answered. "I g
dropped off to sleep at once, and I
never woke until you knocked. Is the
gentleman badly hurt ?" t
"N-o, I shouldn't say 'e is; at any
rate, 'e made a capital breakfast, an s
'e's smoking 'is cigar in the parlor now,
air. 'E seems one of the 'ard sort, sir. i
Why, 'e drunk as much brandy when
they brought 'im in as would 'ave y
killed many a one." '
"Well. tell him I'll be down in*
few minutes," Dr. Thorne said as be
prepared to rise, and with a word of a
assent the old waiter withdrew.
The window overlooked the sea, and C
the masses of seaweed and heaps of
wreckage with which the beach was
strewn testified to the violence of the
Having completed his toilet, he at i
once descended to the sitting room.
The door was partly ajar, and he en-
tered without knocking, only to stagger t
back with a loud cry as his eyes rested
on the man who was sitting smoking j
by the fire. This man, a broad shoul-
dered young fellow, with a handsome, t
reckless face, dropped his cigar in as-
"The d-e-v-i-11" he ejaculated slow- b
ly; then with a grim laugh; "Come in, t
man. I'm not a ghost, though perhaps
you think it."
Thorne, his face as gray as the
morning sky, dropped fnto'
chair. He seemed to be aging rapidly.
"Here, have a pull at the brandy,"
the other said roughly. "I dare say it
does give a chap the funk when he sees
a man he thought had gone to Davy
Jones and the one man in the world he
wanted there, eh? Gad, it's a rum go.
is this. I suppose you'd given me up
long ago, eh?"
"Ye-esa" Thorne stammered, wiping
his brow. "News reached us that the
Kangaroo had gone down with all bands
on board."
"Ab, well, all hands didn't go
down," the other replied, with a mali-
cious grin that the bandage round his
temples rendered hideous, "though it
was a near shave. I got hold of a spar
and lashed myself to it. Then I was
chucked up on a desert island, a regu-
lar Robinson Crusoe. I lived there six
months, principally on shellfish and
sea birds' eggs. Then this Spanish chap
picked me up, and last night I was ship-
wrecked a second time. However, I'm
none the worse for my adventures, with
the exception of a crack on the skull.
A falling spar did that. That's my tale
in a nutshelL Now let's hear about
Loo? You're not spliced to her yet, I
"No, no."
"But you are going to be, I'll lay a
"We-e are engaged," Thorne said
in a low voice.
"Gad! I knew it." And he laughed
"You see," the other went on in an
explanatory tone, "I thought you were
dead, and she cared for me before you
took-before she met you. But of
course our engagement is at an end
"I should think so indeed."'
"Yes, I shall leave here at once. You

"With pleasure. She isstayingdown
here, ehb?"
"Yes; they have a cottage."
"GoodI I'll try and toddle over when
I've had my head seen to. It'll be
surprise for 'em."
"Wouldn't it be better if you gave
them a little warning Thornes ug-
gested. "The shock might prove"--
"Then perhaps you'd like"--

AN IDOL OF CLAY. stances. A Marwl-a. Pee. __________________
S AN IOo o cA After that she has d gone to don to A clergyman of Georgia was once
What did she give for her wedding rlar visit some friend. They war shion- standing in the courthouse when a P n
A that able folk, and they had laugh Olso at Hoosier came In to see the ordinary in LL
Only an idol of clay other big, awkward lover. The brought order to procure a marriage license. and CONSTIPATION bledinich uotr f
All the sweet dreams of her girlhood yu, her "out." She met many m among The countryman asked for "a pair of wrefundd. ers Iteceant orelngtange ornmonera
A that a heart could hold them his cousin. had ma love to licenses," and on making the purchase and reliefyoursuerings. Send for
Alinof her hopes and all of her fearsst,7.
All of her mles and all of her tear her-in a fashion that was Ia direct necessary to being united In the holy monlalsandfreesample. Only$octs.abox. Pr sale
For one little eircle of gold. opposite of her lover's undemi satrative bonds of matrimony inquired of th t ABIT1 RUDY, #leg. PtkalInaCst, Lcaster,Pa
Told she the world of the bitter h way-and she had been das ed, as a ordinary. "Who can I git to mar:.
Ah, not With a smilig face moth is dazled by a bright l ht. me?' ;oUii u ,t. Andrews bay, Flta.
She clothed her idol from head to feet So she had chosen. He ha accepted The ordinary replied that he could At Dr. Mitchell' Drug Store.
With the garments of her grace. his fate without a word. It w natural perform the ceremony, or the parson. IMCall for free sample.
And no one knew of the tears she wept; that she should care for thi younger standing near. would probably accom- -
For hid in her heart of hearts she kept modatehim. The countryman turned
Her thorns of woe. And so she slept Then Craven's friends o$6nk him an to the parson and asked if he would A SECTIONAL MAP
With her hands across, her breast. easy berth in one of the col. les. He marry him. The parson readily con
-Nixon Waterman in L. A. W. Bulletia. Was to proceed there at ona e, and at sented and asked the would be bride
the end of a year he was fo return groom. "Where's your gal?" |j S t IIro W S
\\/\\ /\/\/ home and marry her. He hi suffered He replied, "Out yonder-in tht *
shipwreck, however, and b ad been street." and the
RO HT AKgiven upasdead. Indueconu Thorne, The parson said. "Fetch her In."
BR GH BAwhose love had naot abated jot, had Then she was '"fotch" lIn and the B y C 0 u unt r y.
V Dr. Thor n .,.ave th. or I tenewed his sit. She aI1d him' "knot tied." The bridegroom asked
Sn the Returnof He oer. that her heart was with the sad, that the parson the amoifut of Indebtedness
Smet Lover, but She Wold she could never love again, ut that if Incurred and was told that no charge We have made arrangements by
Not v1ro Up thDoctor. he liked to take her know g that- was made. but that he always left the which we can furnish this fine MAP
well, once again they had t me en- matter for the bridegroom to decide, covering about eighteen miles square
gaged, and once again fate ad inter- The latter replied: "I've got no mou of territory, including the Cincinnati
"Excuse me disturbin you so early, vened. ey. I've got a load of punkins out you Company's Tract, also Harrison,
air, but there's a gentleman 'ere with With a heart fall of biarness he der. I'll give you a punkin."-Hlomi Parker, Cromanton, and adjacent
a cut 'ead, sir, an Mrs. Tressider waited for the London tr Itwas letic Review. country, for
Sthotghts e strode the na. -P1.itform I
thought perhTaps younV7wn n aa.. _i-n'ee o *. ONE DOLLAR.


"No, no; I coulcln't." ,h* spia, r )Pane*.
His companion laughed and then Once upon a timri there lived in
submitted himself to theother's skillful Leavenworth the la& Len T. Smith,
bands. In a few minutes Thorne had whom all old time remember, and
dressed the cut, and he at once went General Powell Clavton. Smith was
up stairs to pack. When be reached his in New York one da when he was ap-
room, however, he sank into a chair, preached by a chap who said he had
with that hopeless look in his eyes on the string a rich rlend from Cuba.
which only comes to a man when he who was anxious t start a big faro
loses the woman he loves, game and wanted im to deal for
His story was a little out of common, him. He proposed Smith that he
This was the second time he had been would take up the 4 er-Smith should
engaged to the girl he should so soon tackle the game and he would co-oper-
have led to the altar. He had made her ate with Smith. so hat together they
acquaintance during a visit to the could rob the Cuba of $50,000.
country three years previously. She Smith sent up stags for Clayton and
was the daughter of a country parson- told him what the gambler had pro-
a pretty, shy girl who had spent every posed. All three stt ted out to see the
day of her 18 years in the seclusion of Cuban, and they fd'nd him surround-
a sleepy hamlet In a day he learned to ed by everything rfresbing that mon-
love her, but several months paseed be- ey could buy. Smi i and Clayton ate
fore he dared speak of his love. Even and drank and dro'e and went to the
then he had taken her by surprise. She theater and had alleorts of fun at the
had yielded to his passion, however, Cuban's expenses )r three of' four
and they had plighted their troth in the days, all the time having under con-
rectory garden. She was only a child, sideration the proved conspiracy.
and be was a man-12 years her senior Finally, wben ey wer,' through
and rendered grave beyond his years by with their bulsnes4n New York. they
a long struggle against adverse cireum- thanked tbe gain rs for their lios
Joaeph Stocktord of Hodgdon. Maine. pitality and sugged that they look
i ... a i i -......r.o. f< ,r.. i .nti, n e. i for suckers a L here than from

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A Report% Milahap.
"A number of years ago." said M
well known court offleial "when Unit-
ed States Supreme Justice Brown was
on the bench in this city, I was Saqgz-
ed as a member of the staff to "'ter *.
view the judge at Lis; home ont on
Jefferson avenue. I recollect that aa
the servant ushe.'ed vc1. into the haIll I
Observed a lot of rug.'s scattered .Lre
and there and that as I ..-t.I.. 1 Tupon
the clean spaces along the corridor I
discovered that the floor was waxed to
a magnificently slippery d.,grer I was
forced to move with mincing caution
far from graceful.
"Approaching the library door I saw
a rug-a white bear skin. I believe, and
resolved to make 'u leap ovor it. With
a spring I vaulted, my foot landed on
the rug, the'rtlg slid away and down I
went flat upon the floor. Meanwhile
Judge Brown had arisen from his li-
brary table and, noticing my Vui.h'hp.
he began laughing. Reachlu me. lihe
helped me to my feet and remarked
with assumed dignity:
"'Look here, sir. Don't you knowv
that in this age, this land and this
house, such servile formality Is not at
all necessary?'
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ie meant to go away Yer. Be Probably in Constantinoplev. w i r ii l' l 1
would leave the country He would has been described as the "city of hov liy the aid of this map Ilie location The Swordiw. nIT
raveL In a fresh land a ong fresh els." there is a greater contrast between. lands purchased of the Cincuinat "I had a little party of .lai, ju1gierp
people, perhaps he might get. the public and private buildings than .Company, .can e paily ascertained on the road I 18,l" sail an -x the-
Would it never come looked at In any other city in the world. The.. Company can be aiy aeert a o trica l manager, "and got on to a gnod
is watch for the twentiet time. Be streets are narrow, tortuous and dirty. or, parties may send us $1 and their .. manyeir thea n ricks. Most of them T
moemed to be the onlypanslnger. Yet and even the better class of private desieiption and we will locate their o surprisingly simple In realty.
itay-as a trail of sooke noted the houses, are mean in comparison with lota and return the Map by mail. and one that I don't remember ever
rain's approach som one0 hurried on those of a similar class in other coun- Address THE tiUOY, having seen explained was the feat of
the platform in breathless haste. It tries. On the other band, the mosques St. Andrews. Fla. walking barefootedup a ladder of sharp
was a girl a pretty girl, b t evidently and palaces are magnificent in size, de- For 5 cash subscribers, we will give as swords. The swords were of the na-
ffering from great agit nation. She sign and materials of construction a premium, I Sectional Map of the Bay tve straight bladed shape and were so
gave a hurried glance up am d down the most of them being of marble, white or country. or 1 Map of the City of St. An- keen that they would easily slice a
platform. and a, ie can ht sight of gray. The seraglio is one of the most drews. Either man sold sieirlv-$1 handkerchief in two in mid air.
igi motionless fggre she w at straight splendid buildings in Europe. "Before sticking them through the
o him. Berlin is a close second in this re- uprights to form the ladder the head
"Ah, thank heaven 1 in time" aspect, boasting the finest street in Eu- Our Clubbin List
he gasped. rope. Unter den Linden and its public OurList Jap always passed his thumb along the
At the sound.of her ToW he fell back buildings will compare favorably with The BU has mad vr eral clu did so e drew out a narrow teel tape
and his bag dropped. t those of any other capital, but its dams The BUO1 has made very beral lu did so he drew o a narrow steel tape
"Loo, youl" he cried, How did and tenement houses are squalid and *ing arrangements with a few of the very which was cold on a spring' In the
yout What doyou"- filthy in the extreme. Another cit I)estpublications in the country and for endle. The tape hd a hole in the
"What do I want! I he said. "I which is close in the running is Lisbon. the present can send for a whole year e nd which caught on the point and
want you.." When it was rebuilt after the earth The BUOY and seldcdthineplace, a ftethew ali
Be stared at her in round eyed quake, the public buildings were built Leslie's Illustrated Weekly for....$3.0 shilde the edge. A after the walking
amazement. on a scale by no means justified by the Demorest's Magazine............1.7.1 was over it was quietly released as the
"But-but you do na know,." he finances of the country, while the pri. Detroit Free Press (twice-a-week swords were being taken out and flew
Cried. vate buildings had to be erected in ac- and Year Book)............. 1.7o up into the handle again. The weapon
"I know everything. cordance with their owners' means. The Fla T. U. & Citizen, daily for .$9 05 could then be passed around for in-
SYou-yoha seen i econtrastbetweenthemistherefore do weekly, for $1 85- section. Most people supposed that
You-you have B een "The contrast between them is therefore Scientific American ... 50 the Jap used some chemical to toughen
"The ws a A B uied *turallyveirystriking. Farmer and Fruit Grower" ... 55 his soles, but the truth was as I have
There: was a f t "A, ter hurried -- ......... Flo ida Agriculturist 2 ..'255
Atloiida Xgriculturist ... 2 5 stated."-New Orleans Times-Demo-
Ep .J "If you scour the world you will not do clubsof 5, each ... 2 25 stated.-New Orleans Tmes-Demo
"Goin., Slr find a remedy equal to One Minute Cough Farm Journal, Philad'a, monthly 1 10 crat
"No." she answered m ickly, and. Curs," says Editor Packler of the Micaii- Cincinnati Enquirer twice a week A Story of Cullom.
taking his arm, she drew im aside. opy, Fla., Hustler. It cured his family of 8 large pages each issue..... 1. ,70 Just at the busy time one afternoon
"Oh. John. it was al mistake!" la grippe, and saves thousands from AtlantaConstitution ... 1 75 when the crowds from the depart-
she said. "I was a sill :irl. but it is pneumonia. bronchitis and all throat and N. Y. World (thrice a weak)....... 1 75 ments packed the cars a tired looking
different now. You b 'my heart all lung troubles. R. F. Brackin & Son. For any or either of the above public man with a painful limp came in with
the time, but I did not w it But I Marksmen In Battle. tions in connection with the BUOY, ad- the crowd at the Fifteenth street
know it now. and-sand ave come to The story of what marksmen can do *"1-s all orders to THE BUOY. transfer station and stood clinging to
tell you, only I can't tl 'on very well in battle is written in red letters all t. Andrews, Fla a strap just in front of Senator Cult-
bare. See. thbe ain "* gone. ComS over the history of war, remarks the --... -.. --. los. The senator looked up. and, see-
back with me." Boston Herald. The famous English ing the weary face, instantly rose and
And he cames.-Chliea Ne. archers whose cloth yard shafts won so 2 or Sa e 'Chea offered his seat. The man deji-re'.
m w -- .many fights at desperate odds against Grazine Timbered Lands, including Fipa- Ti'- TLenator insisted.
.... ro .t*^ the mail clad knights of France. the rian Rights; in all 1,300 acres; adjomis "Sit dowu; sit down," said he cheer-
all,5. t .v r a:y.._oe deadaim St. Andrews Bar. Fl .. fi.r (tIe ad ..r- ly. "You mustn't staud; sit down."
ped eggs all the re ( ^.anItry was so fatal on the Lexington road and halt rnTles. 'tare -?iA'. "&A' '.** '.,- ', "A W ; 1 i !a t'de *nt. ad tbl
call poached eggs. tl am going to the slopes of Bunker Hill, the grim ertv of 1. Hu-lie.. Adid:e.-. 1. tall lliuoisau contend himself wi.
stick to the name E te of every- slaughter which broke Pakenham's HauFs, San Juan, Puerto Rico. a strap. From beneath a great puppy
thing and call the I tL I am going veteran regiments at New Orleans-all ---- laden hat the beigut eyes of a l:tt-
to give you now "dvee es.- are proofs in point. Later evidence of girl, near whom he stood, peered up
Put one quart ofjee water, one the value of straight shooting is afford- A X M AP at him eagerly. At last he looke,
teaspoonful of salt ar e teaspoon- ed by that strange war in which the down and saw her.
ful of vinegar In aro pan. Place Dutch Boers won the semi-independence "Won't you take my seat?" she said
in the pan as me cl n rings as which they now enjoy. politely.
there are eggs to pped and set In this contest there was on one side Gotten up with gr-at care by the The senator smiled down at her and
the pan where the wat' r will just bub- a turgher force with slight pretensions publisher, who has ;!pared no pains shook his bead.
ble at one side. Brea each egg care- to discipline, and none at all to drill, to prepare for the public a map of "No, thank you, child," he said. "You
fully and drop it b ring. If an and on the other side a British force, St. Andrews as it really is. It shows mustn't ever give up your seat to a
egg seems not exactly? fresh, or if the hardened in battle and trained to the about man. It sets a bad example.'--Cbi.
yolk breaks, do not usn It. Cook until perfection of soldiership, yet the Boers cag- Tribune
the whites of the eggs are firmly set, were victorious in every encounter on FOUR MILES OF COAST LNIE,
then gently pour off th water, remove the field. What is the explanation? Lamb o pnish Child
the rings and lift the go with a cake Why simply thi:TeBoerswerespen Fxtending eastward t2om Dyer's LaD Po anshChidren.
turner; place them n lices of butter- did marksmen. who knew how to make Point, taking in the Old '. own site of tomit atpr at r ered an
ed toast and serve at once. Putting every shot tell, while the British were, St. Andrews, and gives location of children t is what may be termed thn
them in muffin rings akes it much comparatively speaking, mere wasters public business places, p 'vate resi- sale of the lambs, for on Monday morn-
easier to do them and bring them out of ammunition of the soldierly pattern, denuces, docks, etc., alsc every lot in ing after Easter the shepherds have
whole. It may take little practice each block and the adjoining adds- their lambs and goats on sale in all the
to serve a dish pertnac tly but wheion Pleasant Pe tion to the Cincinnati Company's cities. The animals are kept in tempo-
once you get the knac nou will wonr "Emeline. you are not happy. What land, with a full es.ription of the rary pens, and it is the rule for parents
der that you ever he any trouble or makes you pretend that you aret" to permit their children, of from 5 to
thought it once hard t? do.-Woman's "Because artificial happiness is lots same. earsofage to purocbaaetlafmb
Home Companion. better than none atall."--San Francis- The Map will shew owners of lots 12 years of age, to purchase a pet lam
or goat. After the animal is selected it

What is y,,w Abe. the Dabw. co Examiner, in the city just where they are lo- is taken to the home residence and giv-
The wise bachelor wo Is called upon The Last ma Win. cated, and is of value to those think- en thereedom of te courtyard and
to compliment the wlw heir of hiss M W ing of buying property. quite often the greater part of the
wedded friend can make himself popU- "They say the secret of success is Size of Map 30x50 Inches. house. It is every child's ambition to
lar by declaring with mphasis. "Well "Of course; if you hold on long The BUOY will send this map to any train the pet so that it will at least fol-
r slow its owner like a dog, and if a few
that tois a baby." There -s ns gainamyng enough. competitors die off. "-Chicago address on tha receipt of simpl trck are added to the lamb's or
that. It isn't a bit Cooplimentary and Record. simpletucksion ahedmasterlamb's or
sounds like strong 'a'se.-Philadel- ecONE DOLLAR kid's education the master or mistress
phaTime. Or giver as a premium f proud indeed. Girls especially d-
sphh citaTimes ._sh_-uscrivte aarone.mu f ye light in these pets, and often the ani-
"" H eadaoh u t malsareso bedecked with bows and rib
"Do you think Dolli's fiance love eos ...... Aonsaaalmost to ide their bodies. The
herr' Is often a warning that the live ios sale of the lambs is a very old custom,
torpid or Inactive. More serious 50 YEAR and is supposed to have orlnak4
"Indeed he does.W y, he went d troubles may follow. For a prompt, EXPERIENC i sp o to have orich
made love to that Vaet r Allbright girl, efficient cure ot Headache and all through some form of thechurch.-
just to give Dolly c ance to cut her liver troubles, take Anglo-Amearican Magazine.
ou--collieres WtHood's Pills m
o d EESVIAN xplalned.
E. -SEVE BRIGHT AND The Cleveland Plain Dealer tells
'.HUN-E'-T-p-erVEo BRIGuHT asN r .ro, s the Byer, restore to show that there is sometimes a
Sperso s a full, regular action of tbe bowels, storto show that there is sometihne a
Managers in this and lose hy counties, they do not gripe or pain, do not TRADE MARKS great deal in the way oFpalhg any-
Salary $900 a year and e penses. Straight, Irritate or inflamethe internal organs, DmIGNS thing
bona-tide, no more no as salary. Posi- but have a positive tonic effect. 25c. C' OPRIGHISt A "I nnderstand that you said my eld-
tion permanent. Ou references, any at all druggists or by mail of Anyonemnding asketahanddesr ma o
bank in any town. I is mainly office C. LHood & Co., Lowell, Mass. afSneS.tab m eat daughter wad as homely as a mod
work conducted at hom Reference. En- __________________ errti .adeMn b ons a fence, professor."
close self.addressed stamped envelope. ate taken ,tineuen "You are quite mistaken, my dear
T DOMINION COAN Dept. 3 Chicago. .wtB. .w tho.z '.tmadam. What I said was that your
~t A p Pnnltr Yr~ t Tcan. esteemed child reminded me of a mix-
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