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OF WRECKED CREW
TWO MEN SAVE 18AFTER BARKEN
TINE STRANDS AND STORM
FOILS LIF'E SAVERS.
ONE MAN LIFTS 4 INTO BOAT
But for the Heroism of the Two Sall.
ors'Not Only .the Vessel's Crew but
the Life Saving Force Would Have
Wood's 1ole, Mass.-Of all the res
cues in these parts for years the great.
est was made the other night when
-Capt. Sam Jackson and Frank Voeder
brought 18 men to Cuttyhunk island in
a ddry and yawl after pounding seas
had put the life saving outfit out of
business. But for the heroism of these
two men the entire force of the Cutty
hunk station would have gone down,
together with the crew of the new
barkentine btepihen o. Hart, bound
from Gulfport, Miss., to Boston, with
lumber and driven by storm and cross
currents on a reef off the island.
. The trkentine stranded in a fog
and was not spied by the station look
out until she had tossed on her jagged
bed for several hours. Her signals
told that she was fast filling and that
help must come quickly to be of any
use. Not knowing how many lives
might depend on their getting to the
wreck in a hurry, all the men at the
station turned out and to make sure of
room for everybody, they towed the
surf boat behind the big power craft.
Two of tho island fishermen named
Cornell volunteered for the trip with
When they climbed on board the
Hart part of her keel had settled on
the reef with the receding. tide, which
steadied her a bit, but made haul
ing her off out of thequestion. Captain
and crew were willing enough to leave
her to herself for the night, for the
leakage had displaced her cargo and
threatened to immerse her, and the
nd shrieked warnings of a stormy
The seas that broke over her parted
the line to the station power boat and
set her adrift. That left only the yawl
for the 18 men who needed to go
ashore. Meunwhile Capt. Sam, with a
Rescuing a Stranded Crew.
power (dory, andI Veeder, with a small
yawvl and (dory that lhe hlad in some way
managed to lpilot unaided thlrough thle
heaving waters, reachled the scenle andI
stood by to lend a hand if wanted.
Eihteen would have crowdedl tile
station surfboat in smooth weather.
Thfie tempest thlen thundering set her
crazy. Overboard wvent the dunnage
of the ship's crew, but the boat be
hayed no better. She lurched anid
plungedi and took flying leaps acros
the tops of the waves without making
hlead vay and then turnedi s;omersaultt,
sprawling the 18 into the sea.
Fourteen regainedl tile surfboat and
clung to its upturned keel. Capt. Sam
made for them. The swift and violent
see-sawv of thle water hulrledt his (tory
on tile turtle back to which the crew
were clinginig and shoved a streak of
daylighlt through the dory's hull. Th'le
14 pulled themselves aboard, however,
and she headled top) speedl for shore,
tile rescuedl crew stuffing their clothm
ing into tile cracks in her bottom to
keep down the leak.
Veeder jumped into Is dory when
tile surfboat upset, andi, letting his
yawl take its chances adrift, wvent to
th~e rescue of the four of the eighteen
who had nothing to cling to except the
boiling waves. They were so nearly
gone when he reached them that they
could give him no hel-p in hauling them
in. The dory kept its balance white he
lifted them from the water by (lead
weight and dumpedl them one by one in
safe places. BDy the time he rescuedl
his drifting yawl the four were able
to help him row her to the island.
Many lilegally Wed.
Albany, N. Y.'-That there are up
wvard of 100 couples in the village of
Port Chester and surrounding coun
iry' holding marriage certificates to
wvhlch they are not enltitledl is the
dleclara'ftionI made by Senator Wain
wright, of Westchester, in an effort to
have a bill palssedl legalizing the
unions. Thue certificates were issued
by Pollee Justices of Port Chester,
who have no such authority.
NOT A CRIME Tb OB
HER HUSBAND'S P NTS
WJFE HASN'T MORAL RIGH TO
DO 80 BUT SHE CAN'T B
Toledo, Ohio.--Without being re,
quired to offer apy defense to a charge
of stealing -$760 from her husband,
Mrs. 1loreuce Phillips of Maumee, was
acquitted by a jury in common pleas
court here. The indictment charged
grand larceny. The court held she had
no moral right to take the money from
her husband's trousers pockets, but
that she could not be punished under
Report also comes of a Philadelphia
judge who recently made a similar 'de
cision Wyhen William McCaffery ap.
peared as complainant against hit
wife, Nellie McCaffery, whom he had
This Is Declared No Crime.
accused of going through his pcchets
while he slept and abstracting $3. In
making his complaint McCaffery an
"It is not that I object to losing the
$3, Judge, but this thing (-cccurs three
or four times a week, and I would like
to know some manner in which I may
stop the pilfering."
Judge Be3lcbr, a married man him
self and father of a large family, told
McCaffery that there was but one
thing for him to <:o, to discharge the
woman, as the money in a husband's
pocket belonged as much to the wife
as to the husband.
"Then, judge," asked. McCaffery, "I
have a perfect right to her purse and
abstract her household money?"
"Oh, no; she could have you arrest
ed if you did that," said Judge Belcher
"but there are several ways of stop
ping the difficulty. You see," the judge
continuled, "I have had sonme experi
ence na. telf-now you .mustn't take
that literally, but I have solved the
probleml. There are several ways. In
the first place you might hide your
trousers when you go to bed. Of course
your wife might find them. Again,
you might go to bed wearing your
trousers, thxi again each night you
might leave your money in the keeping
of some friend before you ret urn
home. You might purchase a safe for
your home and refuse to let your wvife
know the combination.
"But the safest and surest way te
have your tuoney when you get up in
the miorning is to sew it to the inside
of your p~ajamaus each-night. Sow it or
the back of your night clothes and
then always sleep on your back."
McCafferty left the court room with
the avowed intention of purchasingn
strong box, declaring that ho could aot
accept the more economical solution
of the magistrate as ho "never slept 01
SHARKS STOP A STEAMSH1P
Sailors Held Man-Eatero Withi Knives
but They Could Not Drive
Port Limnon, Cost a Pica -Sharks
delayed the progress of th~e Rtoyal
Mail steamship Marimia, which ar
rived here, and for three days it drift.
ed idle andl helpless because of
school of about 20 man-eaters thai
hovered about her stern.
During a storm a quantity of rope
of the afterdeck was washed over
board and became hopelessly tangled
in. thme propeller. Sailors, were lei
overboard and with knives'they pro
pared to cut away the knotted mass
They wveroesurroumnded by sharks in
an instant and soon the water wvas
red with the blond of the fish, the
men defending themselves with th(
The sailors refused to make furthe
attempts after being hauled up fromr
their first experience. At the cepd o:
three days, deprived of food,\ thme
sharks departed and the propti.W
Two-Ton Magnet Saves Sight.
Terre Hiaute, Ind.-A two-ton mnag.
net at Rose Polytechnic Institute was
used to extract a steel splinter froa a
man's eye after an oculist had tried
in vain to remove it b~y a surgical op.
eration anid at the same lime rave~ the
sight. TIhe patient wvas plaed stand
ing near the magnet, and hlu hmt'd
waIs turned so that the direct drawinig
force wvouldl be appliedl to the eyeb~ali.
The splinter flew qluickly to the sur.
face of the magrnet.
But Mrs. Perry of ReMite, Built Up
Her Shatiered Nervous System
By Taking Cardul.
Rolita, Tenn.-"I sugered with sick
headache for three years," says Mrs.
Lizzie Perry, In* a letter from this
place. "I was so nervous at times, I
could hardly bear.it.
I had the blues, and everybody
thought I was aling my mind. My
memory was bad. ' I had pains in my
side, and I was hardly able to go.
I would have been in my grave if I
had not taken Cardul. Now I am
st-ronger than I ever was before, and
I feel like a new person.
I I am thankful for what Cardul has
done for me. I wish all women who
suffer would take Cardul, and be hap.
py and healthy."
Cardul's success in benefiting and
curing sick and ailing women, is duo
to the fact that it is a building tonic
for the nerves, as well as for the phy
Being composed exclusively of vege
table ingredients, which act gently
and sympathetically in a natural way,
it does its work 'safely, reliably, and
without bad after effects.
Fifty years of success prove these
Isn't it reasonable to believe that
Cardul will help you? Ask your drug
It is certainly worth trying.
N. D.-Write tot Ladles' Advstory
Dept., Chattanoogn Medicine Co., Cint
tunooan, Tenn., for SpecinI Instructions,
and e4 pnge book, "Home Treatment for
Women," sent In plain wrapper, on re
Doubting His Word.
Two Irishmen occupied beds in the
same room. By and by one of them
"Mike." said he, "did you put out
"I did," said Mike.
An hour later Patrick woke up
"Mike," said he, "like, did you put
out the cat?"
"Sure I did," said Mike, sleepily.
"On me word of honor."
Some time later Patrick again
"Mike," said he, "Mike, ye divvic;
ye did not put out the cat."
"Well," said Mike angrily, "if ye
will not take the word of honor of a
gintleman get up and put her out
CURE THAT SORE THROAT
Sore throat is inflammation of the
mucous membrane of the throat, and
if this membrane happens to be at all
sensitive a predisposition to sore
throat will exist.
Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic is both a
preventative and a cure for sore
throat because it possesses extraor
dinary cleansing, healing and germi
cidal qualities. Just a little in a glass
of water, used as a gargle, will quick
ly relieve all soreness and strengthen
the mucous membrane of the thr'oat,
and thus overcome all tendency to
Paxtine is far superior to liquid an
tiseptica or Peroxide for all toilet tind
Paxtine may be obtained at any
drug store, 25 and 50e' a box, or. sent
postpaid upon receipt of price by The
Paxton ~Toilet Co., Boston, Mass.
Send for a free sample.
"Pippe doesn't care what he buys on
"No. You would think that every
day he lives is his last (lay on earth."
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTOlIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
In Use For Over 30 Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
"I'm afraid you don't get enough ex
ercise," said the physician.
"That,'' replied Senator Sorghum,
"is becaus~e you never saw~ me at home
with my fellow citizens lined up to
shake hands with mec."
For COLDS anid GRIP
Hicks' CAP'il)INE Is the best remedy--Pe
lieves the ac'hing aind feveriIshness-cures the
Cold anid restores normal conditionms. It's
Iiquid-effect.; Immediately. 10c'., 25c., and 60c.
At drug stores.
Read not to contradict and con fute,
not to believe and take for granted,
not to find talk and discourse, but to
weigh and consider.-Bacon.
Thousands of C'onsumptives die every
Year. Consumption results fromt a nr'g
lected cold on the lhngs. Hlamlins Wizard
Oil will cure these colds. Just rub it into
the chest andl draw out the inflammation.
Slight exaggerations do more harm
than reckless violations of it.-Ches
Constipation, indigestion. sick-headache
and' tafliouis conditions are overcome by' a
tourse of~ Garfield 'Toa. Drink on retirmng.
Some men,\like some roosters, are
always crowing'--but what's the usne?
eogge~ of thes
SUNSHINE AND GOOD HEALTH
Wherever Sun's Rays Penetrate Hu.
man Life Is Quick6ned-and Health
and Happiness Promoted.
The sunlight, with its mellowing
warmth and rad4ance, is one of the
great essentials to good health. Whore
ever it penetrates, in prudently regu
lated moderation, it quickens human
life, promotes health and happiness,
and may be truly regarded as one of
the best friends of man and beast.
The common practice 'of providing
bliids, shutters, curtains and other
means for shrouding the windows and
shutting out the sunshine, is undoubt
edly a great mistake, and makes for
physical weakness and ill health. More
window light, more sunshine, and not
less, is what we require. Leot all your
piartments, kitchen, sitting rooms,
parlors and bedrooms, too, be flooded
with sunlight as much as possible.
Grace - What lovely sleighing
Jack-Yes, It is. Would you like
to try It?
Grace-Dear me, I should be de
Jack-fD-do you think your father
would lend me his horse?
0 Ty Tisfor Cods
Prescription Known for Results
Rather than Large Quantity.
Go to your druggist , ati ' get "Two
Dunces of Glycerine ald half an ounco
of Concentrated Piano Compound. ll.IX
these with half t.f pint of good whisky.
Shake well. Talso ono to two teaspoont
fuls after ouch meal and at bed tim.
Smaller doses to children accorling to
age." Any one can preparo this at
home. This is said to be the qjuickest
nough and cold curo known to tho
medical profession. Be sure to get only
the genuino (Globe) Concentrated Plino.
EIich half ounce bottle comes in a tin
screw-top sealed ease. If tho druggist
s out of Stock he will quicily get it
rron his wholesale house. Don't fool
ivith uncertain mixtures. It is risky.
Railroad and Dancing.
Stuart C. Leake, who has a lot. to do
with managing a big railroad In Rich
mond, Va., is noted as one of the best
dancers in the south.
One night something went wrong
with the branch of the road over
which Leake has supervision.
"Where in thunder was Leak?"
asked the precsident of the road next
"Leading a German," saidl the gen
\Which," commented the president,
"w as a dlirty Irish trick."-P~opular
TIS WILL, INTERIDS'T MOTIIERUS.
Moather oray's sweet. Powdiers for Children, a
Certain reitef for Feverisimners, Henaneho, nud
Stomach, Tenthing iOlsordetrs, move tad regulate tihe
nouwolE antd destroy wormes. T1hey break up ('tals In
24 hours. 'The y are no pienosant to t he taste Chlidren
like them. T1hey naer !f. Hol by all Drogglsts,
2te. saumpla' maited Fu~sE. Adadress Aleon 8. 01m
sted, L, ntoy, N. Y.
"I know a woman who never- gossip~s
about her neighbors."
"Get out. You don't."
"Yes, I do. She's dumib."
For IIEADACHIE-Ii'cs' CA PUDIINE
Whet her fronm ('olds, ltent. Stoach- oar
Naerv'.ous Traou ltes, ' apinlae wit reliev'e you.
NIi's qui-plentsant to take-nae.ts immei
ately'. 'Try it. I0u., 250'., and 50 c-entut at dtrug~
I am not so lost in lexicography asi
to forget that wvords are the daughters
of earth andt~ that thinigs atre the sons
of heaven-Samuel .Johnson.
7k Drop of Blot
Or a little water from the human si
thoroughly tested by the chief cen
Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. 1
story of impoverished blood-nervous
or some kidney trouble. Such- exami
made without coat and is only a small
work of the staff of physicians and sur
the direction of Dr. R. V. Pierce givi
medical advice possible without cot
who wish to write and make a full a
symptoms. An imitation of natures
restoring waste of tissue and impove
the blood and nervous force is use<
take an alterative and glycerio extra<
without the use of alcohol, such as
Dr. Pierce's Golder
Which makes the stomach strong, pr
stores the lost appetite, makes assim
purifies and enriches the blood. It
and restorative nerve tonic. It ma)
and cool in judgment. Get what you
Life in a stage play; it miatters not
how long we act, so long as we act
PJLES OTJREDf lN f TO 14 DAY8
Your druggist, wIll refund ruoney it' PAyA) V NT
M INT fails to eture nny es tuf Itching, ntind,
Bluedtng or [Protruidn Ples 'i in 0 to 14 days. 60
A one sidled argument never gets
a ugly. grizzlv. grey hairs. Urn. " LI
All Spring B
Possesses medicinal merit I
unequaled record of cures.
liquid, form or tablets known
Spring Humors are due tv the im
pure, impoverished, devitalized condi
tion of the blood brought about by
the unhealthful modes of living dur
ing the winter, too close confinement,
too little outdoor air and exercise, too
heavy diet. Hood's Sarsaparilla cures
them and builds up the whole system.
W. L. DOU
ievj *2 s3*S &0
W. L. Douglas shoes cost moro to mal
because higher grado loathors are used an
caro. Those are tho reasons why WY. L. I
anteed to hold their shapo, look and fit
than any other shoes you can buy.
LWDEWA RE OF 8U1JBTIT
The genuine have W. L Douglas
price stamped on the bottom, which
and protects the wearer against high pri
REFUSESUBSTITUTES CLAIMED TO
If your deal"r te l pl y You With tile genull
for .all aorter (aaftl . 'oa sen uitreet fro" f"
prevaid. w. L. Dousina. 145 Spark
"Twobble started to read Ddetor
Eliot's larvard Classics."
"How far did he get before stop.
"As far as the bookcase."
Free Cure for Rheumatism and Bone
llotani. Blood Bain (13. 11. B.) cures
tle w ors. cases of rheumatism, bone
pains, vswolle'n muscles and joints, by
purifying the blood and destroying the
uric acid in the blood. Thousan d of
e.' es cured by 13. 11. It. after all other
treatments failed. Price $1.00 per large
l'ottle at drug stores, with complete direc
timivs. I.arge sample free by writing Blood
Balma. Co., Atlanta, Ga., Department 13.
Dog Dies From Grief.
A dog's striking attachment to his
master is recorded from Villeneuve
Saint-Georges. While attending the
funeral of a municipal councillor's
wife M. Constantin, a resident of that
village, contracted congestion of the
lungs. from which he died suddenly.
He had a dog, a small fox terrier,
which never left him. Since the death
of M. Constantin the poor animal re
fused food and passed whole days at
the cemetery sr" 'ng on the tomb of
his dead master. Yesterday the ter
rier was found dead.-le FigliM.
FOR TETTIER, SCALY FACE ERUP.
Use Tetterine. It is also an absolute
cure for 1-czetna, Itlngworm, nirysipe.
la. I nfatt's Sore 11ead and all Othet
itching cutaneous ldisenses. It give,
instant relief and effects permaneni
"After thirty years experience in th<
drug business, I can truthfully say tha
I have never seen a remedy equal t(
Tetterine for Skin diseases. A few ap.
plications have nmadce a complete cur<
of' Telter on hands. whlich~ I had ailmost
despaired o1' ever curing, I also stud It
usnequalled for chsappied and rougi1
skcin." Itoland II. IHall, D~ruggist, Ma,
Tetterine, 60 cents at diruggistlt or by
mii from J. T. Shuptrine, Saivanunah,
All Snakth Are Kiilers.
But all stakes, great and small, arc
killel's. All of them eat creaturem
which they slay. None eat v'egetable
food of any kind. Nor' will they eat
animals which they f111( dead. That
is One reasont, nto doubt, why t hey
hav'e always been shunned andl dread
ed *by human beings.
T'O DRfIVE OUT MALA lIlA
(3111l4 TON~il. Y.1 know whnO yott are takiig
'The forutsl iis plainl prlited ont ('very bott i.
shoiwing it is situily (1ltiuna sund I run in 5is aste
lou's tarn,. 'VT (Qii no d rive's ouit. tho Z Isntrh
timi th i ro h i i it. )~n i$yu'.'I. Sold by ali
Tt'ue fr'iends visit tus it prlosperIity
only wvhen inivit ed, but in adlver'sity
they come withbout in vitat ion .---Thle
Rotten Cigarette Paper.
Mu ich cigarette4 pa per is miadie f romt
waste unri'ed hemttp rope.
ist at Dr.
'., tells the
part of the
og thte best
t to those
t of roots,
:>motes the flew of digestive juices, re
lation perfect, invigorates thte liver and
s the great blood-maker, flesh-builder
es men strong in body, active in mind
A Country School for
Beat Feature. of 4
Out-of-dleor Sports on School Park 01
Academic Course from Primary Class t<
Special Students, Musaic and Art. Certifi
Day I upilst. Miss Bangs and Miss Whi
SORBOL.B" HAIR DRESSiNG. PRH4
eculiar to Itself and has an
Take it this spring, in usual
Hood's Sarsaparilla has no equal
for cleansing the blood and expelling
the humors that accumulate during
the winter. It effects its wonderful
cures because it combines the utmost
remedial values of more than twenty
different ingredients. Insist on having
Hood's. It has no substitute.
:o than ordinary shoos,
I selected with greator
)ouglas shoes are guar- )
boter and wear longer
name and the retail
uarantees full value
ces and inferiorshoes.
DE'JUSTAS GOD' 0
I . ostLu as 611005 o write
i wearr, al1 ob 2.00o Boso SESO
mt.. iUsucktos biniti. 02.OO,*2.5O&68.OS
that I had a neuralgia pain in
my arm for five years, and I
used your Liniment for one
week and was completely
cured. I recommend your
Liniment very highly."-MRS.
J. McGruw, 1216 Mandevillo
St., New Orleans, La. .
Cured Quinsy Sore Throat
MR. HENRY L. CAULK, of
1242 Wilson St., Wilmington,
Del., writes :-"I bought a bot
tle of Sloan's Liniment for the
quinsy sore throat and it cured
. me. I shall always keep a
-ttle in the house."
gives instant relief from rheu
r algia, croup,
sore throat, ton
silitis, h oarse
ness and chest
Slonn's bookc on
horses, eattle, shieep
froc. Adt -rsen
Dr. Earl S. Sloan,
Boston, Mass., U.S8. A.
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