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Jones, John, Jones, J R Jones, Jim; Jones, Arthur Lyons, J M; Lewis, J C Lewis, Sam; Lewis, G B Longstreet, Morris; Loper, Henry May, Will; May, Henry Mitchell, Taylor Miller, Robt; Millerti Henry Meredith, Chas; McPherson, Will McGowan, W A; Mcßride, Willard Mcßride, Jno; McCarty, Geo Morris, Robt; Morris, Clem Neal, Genl; Neely, Murry O’Brien, Will; O’Brien, Joe O’Brien, Burrell; O’Brien, Jno Parker, Archie; Parker, Neal Parker, Nelson; Parker, Frank Parrigou, D G; Perry, Ralph Peterson, Eliza; Quinn, Tom Quinn, Joe; Ramsey, Simon Ramsey, Will; Rich, Mart Semd, Wm; Spann, Harrison Smith, Watt; Smith, Warren Smith, Henry; Smith, Chas Spencer, Buster; Sudduth, Joe Sudduth, Richard; Shula, Shum Spruill, Ed; Thomas, Gray Terry, Jas; Townsend, Geo Townsend, Will; Townsend, Geo Jr Washington, L; Williams, Herry Williams, Sam; Ward, Ernest Wiley, Tom; Welch, Ed Wooten, G C; W ooten, T D Yeates, Fang; Yeates, Isam TOWN OF MABEN. Arnold, W k; Allen, C W Burchfield; Clardy, W S Cousins, Franl; Dean, C L Davenport, L W; Hurst, Prof llofflin, R G; Hatchett, J R Johnson, W I); Kuykendall, J H Lynch, J B; McGee, Cooter Morris, Warren; Pope, Jas Quinn, J W; Sanders, J M Seamster, Dan; Vance, Louis DOUBLE springs PRECTNST. Azareli, H. L; Azarell, A L Ashford, Alex; Bridges, C E Burton, C B; Burton, Zina Betts, Tom M; Betts, J P Betts, L R; Betts, J C Caldwell, Henry; Cardin, J E Collins, B P; Catlidge, Alfred Davis, James; Davis, Jim uobbs, J TANARUS; Durham, Willis Dille, Elmer; Flugham, L L Flugham, J Tom; Flugham, O L Flugham, O V; Fondin, Chas Gordan, Joe; Gentry, Ed Green, Walter; Green, Cap Grant, Phote Jr; Horton, Tom Hogan, Reed; Hodge, Riley Holmes, Hiz; Harpole, W H Harpole, Walter; Hill, Edmond Hawkins, H H; Henderson, B F Henderson, H W; Henderson, W U Hemphill, Dewitt; Iron, Sam Joiner, Will; Johnson, H B Johnson, M v'; Johnson, C A Johnson, Will; Johnson, Gladney Jordan, Wash; Jordan, Adis Jones, Wiley; Jones, Lugrene Jones, J J; Kishing, \, C Kimball, John; Moon, Isaac Morris, A L; Morris, J N Norton, Milton; Osborn, J A Oswalt, V H; O’Brien, Ben Pennix, T a; Partridge, Ed Quinn, John; Riddle, Bill Thompson, A L; Thompson, Louis Tempieton. Ed; Thomas, Peter Thomas, Walter; Woodward, J T Waldrop, S H; Watson, Neal Williams, Green; Westbrook, J H White, Gus; White, Will Weeks, Avery; Ware, Batch Watt, W TANARUS; Wooten, H T Wooten, Jno, STURGIS PRECINCT Barron, T S; Barron, Lewis Barron, Wm; Barron, Tom Brown, Homer; Baber, John Boher, Brill; Blake C Covington, J M; Coleman, Gen Curtis, R L; Crawford, Mach Coctina, B; Cotton, Will Crowson, J S; Cannon, J Cannon, Dave; Clark Ben Davis, Arthur; Davis, Garfield Davis, Anthony; Davis, Jno. W Davis, Jim; Davis, Arthur Davis, Wm; Davis, Hanly Edwards, Harry; Eiland, J D Fletcher, GW; Fletcher, Lin Forehand, J E; Frazier, Joe Franklin, Wash; Green, Jno Gilbert, T W; Gilbert, N C Harris, Will; Harris, Champ Harris, Eckels; Halfacre, Will Halfacre, Jim; Hunt, Wm Henderson, Tom; Hemphill, Silas Hemphill, Jim; Hudson, Jas Hutchinson, J H; Hickman, Bud Hale, D F; Hale, R O Hyde, F J; Johnson, Paul Johns, Link; Johns, Lawrence Jones, J J; Jones, Win Jones, Holly; Jackson, Tom Kemp, Wm; Kellum, W G Kellum, J R; Lampkin, Tom Jr Lampkin, Toney; Latham, Lee Latham, J Doc; Latham, Molie Morawson, C L; Mohawson, C C Mosley, Ed; Mosley, Hanace Mosby, Hak; Miller, Wm Miller, Anderson; Malone, J C Moon, Sam; McCool, Frank McMullin, M A; McCrackin, Nathan Qlinn, Hanly; Quinn, Walter Jr Roland, Robt Jr; Rives, J C Rainey, Walter; Rainey, H H Robinson, Geo; Robinson, J A Richardson, Robt; Richardson, T W Richardson, John; Scales. W Smith, H E; Smith, Virgie Smith, G; Smith, Hal Smith, Wm; Smith, Walter Stewart, Alonzo; onurden, J Sharp, Hamp; Shelton, J W Totten, Wm; Woodson, J C Williams, Jim; White, Tom White, Dave", White, Jim Sr White, Jim Jr; Woodward, Robt Woodward, B W; Wright, W T TOWN OF STURGIS Barron, W C; Orowson, Tom Forehand, J E; Henderson, Frank Jackson, Erick; Lee, Columbus Montgomery, A-R; Montgomery,CD Miller, Jim; Miller, Andrew Malone, Joe; McVey, R D McCraskin, Prank; McCrackin, F. O’Neal, Ed; O’Neal, Jack O’Neal, Frank; G !F Thomas, Barron; White, Henry BRAtXLEY PRECINCT Archer, sam; Brown, J E Jr Buford, B B; Bard well, Wade Bard well, Oscar; Bardwell, Homer l.arron, Buster; Burton, Nathan iurton, Peyton; Burton, R D Betts, Jno; Cooper, Peter Cooper, Q; Cooper, Robt Cooper, Len; Covington, isam Covington, Jas; Covington, Will Covington, Lige; CrossJand, F D Childers, Bishop; Camion, Henry Davis, Adie; Davis, Roger Lee Davis, Geo Sr; Davis, Geo Jr Davis, Jno; Davis, Erskin Davis, Squire; Davis, Rod Davis, Jno TANARUS; Dawkins, Garfield Ferguson, J A; Frazier, Lewis Frazier, Isam; Fonden, E H Ford, Huber; Gillis, M L Gillis, J M; Gillis, Roy Gray, Perry; Gray, Mop Gray, Rob; Green, Sam Godfrew, W H; tnilespie, W N Henry, Sid; Hogan, Luther Hemphill, Whit; Kemp, L B Kornegay, S; Komegay, F M Lewis, C S; Joe Montgomery, Wiley; Miller, Will Miles, Chap; McEloony, R L McClellanu, W J; Nichols, Sebran Quinn, Homer; Quinn, Geo Quinn, Early; Roberson, J R Roberson, Ed; Roberson, Jno Roberson, Andy; Rice, Dink Simpson, J L; Simpson, H Smith, B F; Smith, Doc Smith, Nathan, Scarborough, Will Sepulooda, J Y; Taylorfi Silas Taylor, Tom; Walter, Walter White, Henry; White,*Fort Woods, Jim; Waldrop, Carlton ENNIS PRECINCT Anken, John; Abun, John Betts, W J; Betts, H C Betts, W A; Betts, Palmer Coneday, Gaston; Collins, D Carter, Jones; Carter, Will Edwards, Will; Edwards, John Edwards, Joe; Edwards, T H Files, H C; Franks, Copers Gillespie, Jno; Gillespie, Joe Gray, West; Gray, Dennis Hollinshead, Hah; Henderson, A Hornsburger, TANARUS; Hornsburger, A Jackson, Alex; Jones, Tom Jones, Henry; Jones, Frank Jones. Ben: Kellum, M W Kelium, J E; Lampkin, Elijah Lampkin, Burt; Lampkin, Will Lowry, Clem; Lowry, Walter Montgomery, Frank; McGee, Nath. McDowell, Rich; McClelland, B P McClelland, Chas; McClelland, Scy Roberson, J W; Reeves, Bob Smith, Sell; Salter, Abram Stewart, Sam; Summerford, T E Spin, S L; Sides, Jno Sides, Tom; Scarborough, Will Webb, Will. AGENCEY PRECINCT Atkin, Tom: Arsby, Tom Jr Ausby, Fields; Ashem, Bob Anderson, Wm; Archer, Will Adams, Hardy ;\Adams, Ezelle Allen, Robt; Alexander, Joe Jr Boykin, A; Burnsides, Jno Brown, Andy; Brown, Brqce Brooks, Band; Brooks, Dock Brooks, Dock Jr; Brooks, Walter Brooks, Mach; George Brooks, Judge; Brooks. Charley Brooks, Easley; Brooks, John Brooks, H B; Brooks, Bill Beckham, G Jr; Benett, Glenn Bankhead, Glenn; Boyd, Jadie Boyd, Clyde; Barnes, Warren Barnes, Jim; Davis, Jeff Davis. Paul; Davis, Will Davis, Robt; Davis, Chas Davis, West; Dawkins, Chas Dawkins, Noble; Erby, Robt Edinborough, F; Edinborough, G Edinborough, Jeff; Ervin, Dave Ervin, Ed; Edwards Will Edwards, Clyde; Edmonds, Wm Edmonds, Anderson; Evans, Alex Evans, Joe; Estes, Isaac Freeman, Sam; Fair, Henry Franklin. Calvin; Foster, J L Fulton, Archer; Gandy, Doss Gandy, Percy; Gregory, Alfred Jr Gregory, Plain; Gillespie, Spencer Gillespie, John H; Gillespie, jno j r Gillespie, Tom; Gillespie. Andrew Gray, G TANARUS; Gardner, Tom Gans, Joe; Givins, Percy Harris, Sam; Harris, Eliza Harris, Chas; Harris,-Ben Harris, James; Harris, Hez Harris, Stoves Jr; Harris, Young Harris, Jas; Harris, Mann Harris, Chas; Harris, Henry , Harris, J Hodges; Harris, Henry Harris, Nathaniel; Halfacre, Ed Halfacre, Will; Halfa,cre, Orie Hunter, Rufus; Harrington, Sam Hill, Oliver; Hill, Hanson Henderson, Will; Hole, Chas Higgins, Dee; Hollinshead, Walter Halbert, Will; Hawkins, Arthur Hawkins, Jno; Hoskins, Dock Hart, James; Hart, Jtyas Hart, Onie; Hart, West Hart, Edmond; Hart, Lucius Hendricks, Fuse; Hendricks, Will Hampton, Nathan; Harvey, Dave Henry, Dan; Hicks, Philip Harris, Will; Hicks, Will Jentry, J G; Jackson, Alex Jackson, Sam; Jones, Jno Jones, Geo; Jones, Walter Jones, Aggie; Jones, Frank Jones, Burtley; Jones, Davis Jones, Wade Jr; Jones, Horace Jones, Bell; Jones, M Jones, Johnnie; Johnson, Luther Johnson, Clyde; Johnson, Stanton Jennings, George; Jennings, Lewis Jennings, S J; Kinard, Chas Kinard, Kelly; Lucius, Wm Jr Lucius, Murry; Lowry, Bob Lowry, Joe; Lowry, Tbmmie Ledbetter, Marshall: Logan, Tom Logan, Burt; Logan, Joe Logan, Bee; Logan, Walter Logan, Doss; Laurence, Solomon Lawrence, Arthur; Lawrence, Dock Lawrence, Henry; Lawrence, T Jr Lawrence, Lewis; Robt Latham, Peter; Latham, Bill Lance, Tom; Montgomery, M Maxwell, Chas; Miller, Clem Michael, Wm; Mosley, John Mosely, Jrio Jr; Moore, Ambrose Moore, Andrew; \yky, Jnb v Mobley. Adam; Mobley, Henry Mobley, Glenn; Minor, Tom McGee, Ed; McGee, Bruce McGee, Percy; McGee, Battle McGee, Will; McGee, Rufus McGee, B; McGee, Austin McGee ,Spanish; McDowell, Jno McGee; Lemon; Nichols, Eliza Nichols, Jno; Nichols, Sellers Pas ton, Mike; Paston, Josh Pinson, Joe; Pitman, Henry Pitman, Manuel; Paschol, Alfred Paschol, Gus; Paschol, Curtin Price, Will; Rice, Arthur Rice, George; Rice, John Rice, Robt; Rice, Archer Rice. Rogers; Rice,. Page Rice, John, Rice, Tom Jr Rice, Art; Rice, Ellis Rice, Rogers; Rochford, Jim Rushing, Will; Robison, Sam Robison, Tannie; Robison, Jno Robison, Dub Roberson, John; Roberson, Chas Roberson, Arthur; Roberson, Sam Roberts, Albert; Roberts, Sam Jr Roberts, Bob; Roberts, Jas Roberts, Robt; Roberts, Lucius Robers, Dave; Roberts, Tobe Roberts, Chas; Rogers, Hogan Rives, Matthew; Richardson, A Jr Richardson, Jno; Spruill, Lucius Stallings, Dan; Stallings, Solomon Stallings, Mach; Stallings, Chas Jr Stallings, Mach, Stewart, Willie Stewart, Jim; Smith, Sam Smith, Chas; Smith, Sam Smith, Sullivan; Smith, Tom Styles, Frank; Staples, Lewis Scipia, Bob; Stovall, Wm Stovall, Joe; Stovall, Isam Stovall, Jno A; Short, Tom - Stevenson, H; Stevenson, Will Scales, Richel; Swain, Bob Tucker, Jim; Tucker, Arthur Tucker, Sam; Turner, Wright Thompson, Van; Tompson, Dave Thompson, om; Veasey, Brice Williams, Dave; Williams, Doss Williams, Calvin; Williams, Noel Williams, Jno Jr; Williams, Ed Williams, Will; Williams, John Williams, Rogers; Walker, H Walked Dave; Walker, Brooks Wilson, Oscar; Wilson, Dave Sr Wilson, Dave Jr; Waller, Anthony Winn, Cota; Young, Wm Young, Arthur; Young, Wm Sr Young, Ernest; Zenber, Alonzo Zenber, Mose; Zinber, Gay Zinber, Jasper X SESSUMS PRECINCT. Askew, Nelson; Askew, Henry Askew, Joe; Armstead, Price Armstead, Henry; Alston, Davis Alston, Wm; Allen, Boss Anderson, Quiiia; Armstrong. Bill Billups," Prince; Britt, Alex Barnitz, Joe; Barnitz, Spencer Bishop, Joe; Booktin, Fllus Booktin, Eph; Bell, Johnnie Bell, Bennie; Bell, Robt Bush, John; Brown, Israel Collins, Frank; Collins, Nick Collins, Paul; Clanton, Manuel Clark, Will; Clark, William Clayton, Steve; Clayton, Henry Clay, Dave; Clay, Amos Coleman. Birch; Conley, Anthony Davis, Loveless; Davis, Adoiphus Davis, Jno.; Davis, Early Davis, Will; Dickerson, Geo Dickerson, Will; Dantzler, John Jr Dantzler, John Sr; Dantzler, Nick Doss, Walter; Edwards, demon Elliott, Henry; Elliott. Henry Jr Elliott, Jim; Evans, Neal Evans, Bug; Evans, Jno Evans, Alex; Edmonds, Sam Edmonds. Andrew; Fulton, Tom Finkley. Ruben; Foy, Carson. Fox, Watson; Goodin, Price Gregory, Jeff; Gillespie, Henry Gillespie, Sim; Gandy, Jno A Harris, Albert; Harris. Tom Harris, Ervin; Harris, Young Harris, Robt; Holton. Bill Hall, Tom; Hall, Wm Hall, Bradford; Holiinshead, Val Hollinshead, Percy; Hale. Aaron Hodges, Ed; Henderson, Wm Isaac, Judge; Isaac, Tom \ James, Marshall; Johnson, JJen Johnson, John; Johnson. Abram Johnson, Kenard; Keels, L E Keels, Joe; Low'ry, Dan Lowry, Bob; Love, Allen Love, Geo; Love, Chas Moody, Oscar; Mason, V Madison, Philip; Morris, Nathan Morgan, Geo; Minor, Jas McGee, Robt; McCright, Arthur Neely, Swep; Outlaw, Kemp Outlaw, Bill; Outlaw', Fred B Outlaw, Fred a; Outlaw, Tom Outlaw, Powell; -Outlaw, Wes Outlaw', Col; Patterson, Eliza Patterson, Henry; Patterson, Frank Pelty, Chas; Richards*on, Sam Richardson, Will; Randle, Prince Randle, Butler;'' Richards, Will Roberts, Jm Jr; Roberts, Tob€s Roberts, John; Roberts, Lucius 'Roberts, Digler; Riley,' Cap Spencer,-Robt; Smith, Will • Spraggins, Will; Show, Ernest Stewart, Clyde; Sharp, Anderson Sandridge, Jno; Tronin, Pete > Tobb, Chas; Tate. Guy Tate, Wm: Vadghn, Wm H Vaughn, Henry; Ward, Sam Ward, Nathan; Washington, Will Washington, H; Washington, Ship Walliams, Henry; Williams, Robt Williams, Jno; Williams, Toney v Williams, Ed; Winston, Henry Winston, Henrjr; Winstpn, Abe Y oung, Major v p "■& 5 He Wasn't Acrobatic. Miss Prue Dent —Papa says you are improvident and that he wll; never consent to my marrying a man unable to make -both ends meet. Orrville Hardnppe—Weil I’m afraid I shall never be able to do so. I’m no contor tionist Good evening. BULBS IN A BOWL i An Easy Way to Cultivate Miniature Floating Gardens. A novel way of growing bulbs, such as crocuses, has been tried with good success. After securing the bulbs the next thing is to get one or two rather large corks. Through these holes are bored and the bulbs fitted Into the openings In such a way that the under side, from which the roots spring, is near the lower part of the cork. Now obtain a large shallow bowl and fill this with pure water. Float the corks, with the bulbs In place, on the surface and set the whole odng aside in a rather shady position for two or three weeks. At the end of this time it will be noticed that the roots are growing down into the water; thence forward a place in a sunny window should be selected. The upper shoots of the bulbs will start to grow rapidly, and at this time It is a good plan to arrange a little moss to hide the upper surface Qf the corks, or, if preferred, however, grass or some other seed, such as cress, may be sown to provide a green covering. There Is nothing to do but to keep the bowl well supplied with water and change this now and again. Finally the flowers emerge, and then the effect 1 b extremely pretty. The bulbs may be planted in this way any time up to early January, though naturally the sooner they are started the earlier they will bloom.—S. Leonard Bastin in St. Nicholas. VICTORIA’S LETTERS. Royal Secrets That Are Stored Away In Buckingham Palace. “We may wonder if the world will ever be allowed to see the private cor respondents amassed by the late Queen Victoria.” says a writer. It is stored away in a strong room built into the walls of Buckingham palace, and the Queen shared her confidence with no one. So long as she was physically able to do so she opened and closed the safe herself and its contents When she was too feeble to do this she employed an old and misted secretary but even be had to work under the royal eye He was never allowed to keep the keys uor to read the letten that he handled. Queen Victoria was always a volumi nous letter writer, and she was in eon slant communication with most of the royalties in Europe. Every domestic secret and privacy of royalty during half a century is said to be represented by the contents of this wonderful safe, and it Is easy to believe that the mod em historian would find his hands full if he were permitted to browse among these letters But probably in* will have to wait a few hundred years, and then Ids pop ular audience will be a languid one It is one of the Ironies f life that we can never have a thing when we want It.— Pittsburgh Pren*. A Royr.l Snake Slaughterer. The “secretary bird” is one of the most precious birds in South Africa It is royal game, and any person de stroying one is liable t* a fine of £.“►(> Majestic looking birds, they stand about three feet high and generally gc in pairs They are of drab color, witt black, feathery legs, and are valued for their propensity for killing snakes Where (lit* se. rotary bird is seen there are sure to be many reptiles about The bird beats down its adversary first with one wing and then with the other, at the same time trampling on it with its feet until the snake is sutti ciently stunm and to catch it by the head with itselaws Then the bird rises far up in the aii and drops its victim to the ground to he killed By rids means thousands of venomous reptiles are de stroyed.— London Scraps. Silver Sword of Hawaii. One of the most curious plants in the world and one of the greatest in terest to aH botanists is the silver sword. This exceedingly rare plant, with its magnificent silver spines and handsome crest, may still be found in profusion in the upper part of 'Kadpo gap. the southern outlet of the vast extinct crater of Haleakala. on the island of Maui. It flowers from July to October and occurs hardly any where else in the world. Even stranger Is the variety known as the green sword, which occurs only In Haleakala crater and is unknown to exist else where.—Honolulu Star bulletin * mr~ Prince Henry the Navigator. k The kingdom of Portugal counted in Its royal-house one of the men who bold first rank in scientific attainment and practical application. He was the son of John I. of Portugal and Queen Philippa, who was an English princess He spent his life In sending out ships on voyages of discovery, and it was through this Prince Henry, called “the Navigator,” that Columbus got his idea of seeking for anew land across the sea. * Carrots. Carrots were first Introduced into England by Flemish gardeners In the time of Elizabeth, and in the reign of James 1. they were still so uncommon that ladies wore bunches of them on their hats and on their sleeves Instead at feathers. LITERARY HYPOCRITES. Here's a Writer Who Frankly Admit* He's One of the Clan. How many of n> if we were really tivwiest could make a list of groat hooks that we have tried to enjoy and couldn't rlee toV have for our own part a greater sin than that on our conscience. There are a number of books that we habitu ally pretend we have read which we have never read at all. They are great books, we suppose. At least we’ve heard a lot about them and read a lot about them, and people who assume to know say they are great books. Some of them we have tried to read and couldn’t read, but we have pretended at one time or another to have read all of them. Here is our list of shame: “Torn .Jones.’’ We have tried to read it four times and could never get five pages into it “The Vicar of Wakefield.” We have attempted it at least six limes and taken the count in the first round every time. “Dante’s Divine Comedy.” We have been going against the Cary transla tion. which we hear is u good one. at least once a year for twenty years, and we can’t get interested in it. Yet up to the present moment we have always pretended that we had rend all of it and liked it. “Don Quixote.” We have read a lit tle of it. and we know all the usual tilings that are said about it. and we •ven wrote some time, saying all the things that are usually said about It, for which we got s2o. but we don't really like it. It puts us to sleep: if seems long drawn out and clumsy to us. “Boswell’s Life of Johnson.” We never read any of it. But we have pre tended to and have pretended at times to quote incidents from it and have got away with the incidents. We have always pretended that we were familiar with Walt Whitman's poetry, buy as a matter of fact we never read anything through, except ing “When Lilacs Last In the Door yard Bloomed.”—Don Marquis in New York Sun. THE TREE ON THE ROOF. An Old Building Custom to Propitiate the Pagan Cods. Did you ever stop to think why a bH of ornament in the form of conven tionalized fruit, grain or flowers Is al most invariably added to the gable of a Gothic building and very frequently to the gable of any other type of build ing? Do you know why the lightning rods of our grandfathers were branch ed at the ends like little trees and why the old, fashioned Scandinavian. Dan ish and German contractors contrive to fasten a branch of a tree or an ear of corn to the topmost peak of a bouse that has progressed so far in the course of construction that the rafters are in place? Usually the contractor laughs sheepishly when he is asked about the matter, giving no other reason than that Uis father always provided the Girds with some grain or offered them a green branch to rest in. The fact is that the birds have noth ing whatever to do with the custom. It is purely religious in its significance and entirely pagan. It had its begin ning before Christianity was “inflicted on the barbarians of the north,” The gable of a building was exposed to both wind and lightning, so the gods must be propitiated. For Wotan there was small evergreen tree and for Thor there was a bunch of floVers. If the favor of the god had been invoked while flic house was still incomplete, the ceremony must be finished the day the house was done by the burning of the little tree or the withered flowers. Then a bunch of grain was tied to the gable to feed the white horse of the death god. so that he would hasten on his journey without stopping at that particular bouse.—St. Louis Globe-Dem ocra t Homemade Gas. ■ Spanish peasants living In the cork oak region use homemade gas obtain|d from nirk refuse. As described by one authority. rhe v process consists in fill ing several large teakettles with the waste bark and placing each in turn over the lire during the evening, burn ing the volatile gas as it escapes from the spouts The carbonized residue forms the fine black-brown pigment known to commerce as “Spanish brown.” His Golf Prize. N When the Duke of York was living In Edinburgh In 1681 he was told that a certain shoemaker named Patersone was the best golf player in Scotland, and him. the duke, later James 11., chose as partner In a foursome, win- i nlng a huge stake. He promptly turned over the money to Patersone, who forthwith built a house in which the duke placed a stone with a Patersone crest bearing the motto, “Par and Sure.” 'Always Wrong. Manager—l’m disgusted with th mistakes that hew man makes! H gets everything balled up. Manager—Oh. well. some of the bet ones are that way at the beginning He may bring home the bacon yi. Manager—He ham’t unless we sed him for ham. —Judge.