Heart to Heart
By EDWIN A. NYE.
Copyright, 1908, l.y Edwin A. Nye.
JESSE JAMES. JK. HONOR NAN.
He wns a boy with ;t handicap.
But ho won out.
Jesse James. Jr., of Kansas- City ls h
practicing nttorney ami staiuls high in
-tis profession, though tint recently ud
initted to the bur.
He ls self n?ude In thc highest sense.
Ills father wus killed wheo thc boy
was six years cf tige. The ugly brand
of the outlaw's sou WM upon him.
He made THAT SHAME A STEP?
PING STONE upon which to risc t>>
higher things. When he wus twelve
years old he quit school of his own
motion. He said he was old enough
to work aud support his mother.
This was the boy's way:
He worked lu a packing plum. He
eared his money aud opened a cigar
store. He wrote a book defending his
father's name from unwarranted sluu
ders. The book sold well. When he
was twenty-one years of age he had
$700 In bank aud owned th.- neat cot?
tage In which he and his mother lived, j
More thau that?
Ail the time he kept up his studlea
taking a regular high school course,
his mother being his teacher. He en?
tered the night law school, where he
graduated with honors, lu a class of
thirty-seven applicants for license to
practice law HE STOOP AT THE
HEAD, and the board of examiners
eaid he has the best legal mind of any
young man who has recently appeared
Pretty good for the outlaw's boy.
Today Jesse James, Jr., ls worth $10,
OOO and ls fairly launched in his pro
fesslon. He ls married to u fine girl.
He has never In his life tasted whisky.
beer or tobacco. He ls known to every?
body lu Kansas City as a scrupulously
honest young man. Which proves
again that the things outside of a mau
cannot overcome the spirit that ls
THE HUMAN WILL IS KENO.
lt dominates, lt ovennakes and
molds and fashlous every other facul?
ty of the mau. It dictates, lt com?
This ls true, young mau:
If you determine that yon will be a
certain sort of tuan or accompllsl
certain things, holding fast that deter
mlnation; if you will keep on trying
to be or do, you will, BY THE WON
DEREEL rOWElt THAT IS IN YOU
do what you want to do or be wh?
yna want to kcouie.
Jesse James, Jr., proved that
He determined to cover the stain ol
the family name by making that faml
ly name all luminous with honor.
If he lives he may he governor o
Missouri some day. Ile aims nt noth
Speed him in this laudable ambition
TWO DAYS IN BED.
(An Aclu.I Experience.)
"No," said grandma; "lt's only a ll
tie malaria?a couple of grains .
quinine every two hours and a day <
two in bed. No use to send for a doi
You are deathly sick, and th:
thump, thump, thump, in your bea
takes every blt of gimp out of yoi
backbone. You. aro. like th'
you will die, and then you are afi
you won't die.
"His fever j* pretty blgb," :?
grandma. Ding: Bang! A rush
swirling waters: A Jingle of sj
and the rush of a charge! Eg
Why. Little Egypt, Eternal E.
did that stuut at the World's I
That hideous south sea islander ki
pounding on his hollow tree. Wi,
one on^he Midway stop hlmV
Chairman, this, sir, is an outrage.
Whew! How that runaway horsei
That quilt? It's old as the lillis.
must have belonged to you In a
vious existence. Th?(_l wall pa]
There's philosophy In that wall pa
Horatio. The little woman sele
the pattern. Come to think of lt. >
bought nearly all the lares und [.en
within range of your vision, s
saved the money out of her slendei
lowance and bought them. Wondi
How the night hours drag! You
ally sleep soundly?and snore, she -
The clock ticks ominously, ns v
you were a sick boy. This ls time
Introspection. You begin to seeth
rightly. Life resolves itself Into
real, the simple, the elemental thi
lt ls hard on your conscience,
have sometimes forgotten Borne
plain obligations. For Instance: V
there's the little woman. I>.> y. i
allze how much of HEB ls in y..u
you have been successful, SHE i
lt possible. If you have failed, :
was faithful. Have you always
to the little woman what you ougl
be? And the girl? She" often
you "dear old dad." That in
something. And the boy? Thick
can't you see how he really loves
?he. the big bear of a fellow,
likes to romp with you and wool
on the floor?
"Yes, I'm better. I think I wil
up for breakfast." Your stoma.
sweet and wholesome after its f
eight hour rest. Ah, there was i
to that mosaic requirement of rej
fast days than your moderns
ever been willing to admit! The
Hine has chased the devils out of
brain. When you go down to bi
fast grandpa says lu that stern
way hu used when you were the
und vrulch conceals a hea'p of 1
ness, "Weil, slr, you up?' And
boy makes noisy fun at your ap]
ance In the dressing gown. But
little woman at the other end of
table says nothing. She does not
things. SHE DOES THEM! The
ouly a quiet smile on tho face of
Every well regulated married
Should be sick?really, but not da
ously sick?a day or two once c
? recent cable dispatch tells i
the wardrobe of Queen Marga
eald to be the greatest In E.
This queen does not wear a i
more than five times, no matter
iUcoBts. She has famous jewels.
And her handkerchiefs!
Shejias one which ls the finest i
ucl or tue lacemh-ers, vaiheQ at $:i.
HK?. ii ls bo dainty tho weight of it
in the h.md ls Imperceptible It can
be folded up In B gold ease as small ns
a doll's thimble.
Ail of which reminds us.
We knew a Queen Marguerite once.
We .ailed her "Maggie" for short.
This queen had eyes like a fawn's,
glorious hair, a mouth kissnble beyond
all peradventure, a complexion like the
rosy lints ot' early morn. She was
graceful, as becomes a queen, and
could Climb a "stake and rldeml" rall
fence in n way that would stagger all
the royalty of Europe.
Queen Maggie wore her dresses
more than live times. Indeed, she did
not have more than live dresses all
told, lt' she had that many. We re?
member three of them. There was
the linsey WOOlsey. In that gown sliu
milked thc cows, got breakfast for the
"banda" and did chores about the
h..use. She hail at least two others,
Those calico dresses'.
Site wore one to school. There were
polka dots oxer lt. And when she put
..vcr lt a white apron with shoulder
straps She was sweet in linsey WOOl
Bey. In calico und apron she wus every
Inch a queen. The other calico was
worn to church on Sunday. It was of
a check pattern and accompanied by
some rllil.ons. You might ponder long
as to which costume was the more be?
None of them ...st s.">,im.?, perhaps
UOUe ol' them so much as 80 cents -
| dainty while linen mostly, a bandan?
na or two. And when she put thc
! white kerchief about her neck she ub
, BOlUtely turned the head ot' every sus?
ceptible boy lu the schoolroom. She
j may have wiped her dainty nose with
one ot her handkerchiefs. We don't
; remember. Thai was Incidental, and
1 mellion docs not hold. Hut the queen?
ly n<.sc and her kerchief abide lu rec?
lines her bauds were red.
She W ole 1. ;.v\ calfskin shoes.
Hut she was a queen, every Inch of
And she is a queen today an Ameri?
can queen. She still wields lier BCCptcr
over her subjects. And she will not
abdicate lier throne never! Queen to
Win, queen to her bunch ol' boys,
every <>:;e worth ten Italian princes:
\ few si women win. would sell
their birthright for a mess of pot?
tage may rave about Queen Margue?
rite's gowns aud laces, but Queen Mag?
gie will not.
She la bj dh inc righi.
She ls Queen of Hearts:
DON'TS FOUP- Ol THEM.
Don't get out of your bed in tlu
inorning and go immediately io tin
window and "breathe deeply twentj
Limes" or ten times, Don't stand a
all in front of the window Just aftei
Because while you have been sleeping
\our bioo.i has withdrawn Itself frou
tile skin surfaces and your nerve force
have conceutiated themselves at iusid
centers. If you expose yourself uncle
these conditions, unless you are vcr,
Btrong and robust, you are likely t
catch your "death of cold."
Don't take u cold bath the first thin
in the inorning after you arise.
Eor like reasons your 1.1.1 ls n.
in the surface, lt has not been neede
there. The bedclothes have kept th
:t! skin wann. And a cold plunge ut th!
time, unless you are quite strong, wi
do you more harm than good. If yo
ttfftuA f^L^1 WYiV&Wmcn *&
the blood to the outside, or if you t
a cold balli following a hot bath, wi
produces ihe same effect, you may
Don't "drink a glass of cold wi
ns you get OUt Of bcd." If
drink anything before breakfast, I
a little sip or two of hot water.
Because the stomach is not read;
do business before breakfast
blood ls withdrawn. If you douc.
old waler at such a time,
chill that organ and derange its f
also, if you pour a lot of
water bit" it, you wash out the ga;
Juices and impede digestion.
Don't lake violent exercise be
breakfast nor immediately follov
Because your vital forces be
breakfast arc low and need recupi
lng from within. After breakfast
process's of digi 'lld liol
interfered with until the stomach
a chance to begin operations.
But yon say?
These don't contravene popular
liefs In some respects and the ad
cf "health magazines'' in others. '
may be true, but popular opinions
be wrong, and health magazine.
We have gathered these truths 1
a hygienic who has given these
ters a lifetime study. In Ids field 1
a good authority.
The reasons for these views
given, and they correspond with re
and common sense, the best nuth
IN THE DENTIST'S CHAIR.
The tortures of the Spanish inc
tion are not entirely of thc past.
'ihe modern rack ls ihe chair of
dental surgeon. Tlie difference
tween tlie chair of ihe Spanish dun
and the dentist's chair is mostly :
One g.ies to the dentist for an
animation op cleaning ot' the teeth.
may be oue'a best friend. In his
turo chamber he i; your dearest cir
"Uah:" says the Inquisitor. "\
have we here'.' Two fillings. Wei
aother appointment. How w
tomorrow, say 8 o'clock, suit you?'
It suits you?like au invitation t
Y'ou go out from the presence ol
dentist a changed man. Your n<
are Jangled like sweet bells mi
tune. An ominous thing-";! o'cloc
morrow"?looms ever on the horia
your subconsciousness. That app
mont runs like an undertone tin
all the hours between. You laug
yourself. You philosophize. No
ter, the date is iixed.
One climbs with a ghastly smile
the hateful padded chair. Adjust
of the towel is like putting Uic l
about the neck of the wretch who
be swung off.
Eirst la ti slight skirmish, a prei
tion of the real thing when the
lng villain picks brutally Into th
caved spots with a pickax. And
jiiout j he begins his murderous job?thee
ente, ' lng out of the holes. Ugh! You c
rope. I and Hinch and grunt, lie is hu
jown for anti finding the place where
what ' live. And you are "at home."
Afterward conies the liamnierii
j the gold with a sledge hammer.
prod- but this ls a hurd way to ue
?libes: The rascal ls forcing the metal
>n you. He has such n supreme dlsre
.ard for your finer feelings. Besides,
cou are on the defensive. It really
Isn't fair to hammer a man when he ls
There! It is all over-but the polish?
That process seems the worst of all
because it comes on the top of your
two liours of human grief. It looks a
surplus piling OD of pulu. Ile ls so
careless with his wheel In the vicinity
ol' sore and mangled gums. With one's
nerves taut as liddle strings, why can't
the mun be more cflrefnl?
Finally the agony censes.
As you rise from the chair your Hist
Impulse ls to paste the dentist one over
his left eye, but you remember, "Enlth
ful are Ihe wounds of I friend." You
touch the gilded pla.-cs with your
tongue. You feel u whole man again.
There are no surplus holes lu your
headpiece, and lt may bo a year be?
fore other fillings are needed.
What is the mora IV
If any, lt is on the surface, a gob ol
optimism namely, this is a Rood world
to live In, after all. You laugh a thou
sand times where you groan but once.
A TENDERFOOT'S REVENGE.
Bully of New Mexico Town Had thi
Tables Turned on Him.
Tho average tenderfoot ls not u cow
ard. Ile simply lacks ranch expert
ence. An Illustration of this fact oe
curred down In New Mexico severe
years ago. Hue day a pale looking
thin and sickly young mun alightei
from the train nnd put up nt the lit
tie adobe hotel at Eternal Springs. Tin
tenderfoot walked up to tho bar ant
called for a bottle of H.xia pop
" Taln't allowed to drink that sort 0
Muff out here," said n toughy. "Wha
you want is a stiff drink o' rod llquoi
Mr. Barkeeper, set out the pison fo
this young feller." "You have the 1>cs
of mc," replied the tenderfoot, "nih
I'll have to drink the stuff, but I hop
the time may come when I eau mak
you drink my choice of liquid,"
Thc tenderfoot raised the glass an
gulped down the whisky. Sandy hu
had lils way about lt, and he made n
effort to comprehend the vague rema.
of the stranger. The tenderfoot Iel
for a ranch down the l'ocoe the nos
day alter the Incident fu the lalooi
and he was forgotten until one nfte:
noon more than u year afterward
si tong, healthy looking young mu
rode, up to thc hotel on a bronch
dropped the bridle reins upon tl
gio uni and dismounted. Ile had tl
appearance of a typical young mun <
the runge. Ills face was bronzed an
his eyes clear and penetrating. "I ov
a fellow a debt which 1 bellevo I w!
pay right now," the stranger sahl.
No sooner had he made the ronni]
than he walked off In the direction i
Sandy, who had his gun In lils rig
hand and was firing lt into the a
every few steps. The stranger n
preached Sandy, pulled his gun ai
unceremoniously dragged the bully i
to the saloon and lcd him in that fas
Lui up to the bar. "Get me a pan
water and set lt upon the floor," I
said to the barkeeper.
The order was complied with. Sam
standing there meekly, wondering wh
was going to happen to him. "No
get down on the floor rind drink wat
ont of that pan like a dog." the form
tenderfoot ordered. Sandy at first i
fused, but when the stranger beg
twirling his gun around on his foref
ger and said the order must be obey
thc cowed fellow unlimbered ami l
down.upon the floor nnd began drli
lug water out of the pan.?Denver Eh
The Immutability of the Famous
Ono of the most striking featur
a visit to tho battlefield of Wat
today ls thc immutability of thc c
scene In which one of the greatest
ties of history took place. Not
standing the many years that
passed since the memorable da
June 18, 1S15, the entire scene o
battle remains practically uncln
nnd untouched, and the very bud
around which tho tide of battle si
the fiercest, save for the nc
toratlons of the damage they su
ed In tho conflict, remain exact
they were, nor has any encroach
of building or progress marred th
The battlefield of Waterloo i
open, undulating stretch of good
lng land. On the day of tho batt!
greater part of lt was covered
crops of rye, wheat, barley and
and tho same cops are still g
there each season. The field ls
sected hy two highroads branchl
Mont St. Jean, the one on tho
leading to NI voiles, while that o
loft, which lay in the center of
armies, lcd south to Genappe,
leroi and Namur. Epon the crt
thc ridge which formed tho first <
allied positions a crossroad run.'
and west. This road, on appron
the spot where thc "Lion of Wat
now stands, ran through a cut i
crest some twelve to fourteen
deep, and lt was this point tba
known after the battle as the Ii
Hoad. Some WX) yards to the
east of the "Lion" is the farm
Haye Salute, while about OOO
to the southwest stands Ilougou
tho old chateau, farmhouse, out
lugs, walled garden nnd orchard,
played such an Important part 1
fate of the day. These balldlnf
nearly 300 years old nnd were
ls to j with n view to their defense, ns
old si one loopholes still to bo
testify. ? Robert Floward Hus?
White Hotel and Liv
Capt. Wm. T. Mistei
Harry T. White & So
Proprietor of Livery
Hay and feed dealers?Wlic
Grocers and Brokers and Mfr*s. a
Harry T. White & Soi
Call on me
If you want goods at right
for Dry Goods, Notions,
Shoes, Staple and Fancy
ceries, and Soft Drinks.
with all popular flavors.
every Friday and Saturday,
Re ]* Justis. Jr,,
Five Large Draft Horses,
weighing from 1,000 to
1,400 lbs.; pair of quick
mules; 5 mine prop carts,
all in first-class condition.
Two Valuable Tracts
First in half mile of Blox?
om Station and estimated
to cut 275,000 feet of,
lumber-second in 2\
miles of either Parksley
or Greenbush and esti?
mated to cut 325,000 feet
Four Valuable Truck
in a'high state of cultiva?
tion, all well located and
in one mile of Railroad.
Terms to suit purchaser.
For particulars apply to
W. C. WEST or
H. P. West,
Notice to Contractors.
Tho Hoard of Supervisors of Acco-'
mac County, Ya., invite sealed pro?
posals for the erection and comple?
tion of a new |_.fl according to plans
and spec!flotations prepared by Archi?
tects Frank P. Milburn A Co., Wash?
ington, D.C. Plans and specifications
are now on file with the County Clerk
at Accomac, Va., and at the archi?
tect*1 ollice. All bids tn be tiled with
the County (derk on or before l_
o'clock noon 20th day of Angust.1008.
Bach bidder shall Hie with his hid
ceri Hied (duck lor $600 mad" payable
to W. L. Nock, Chairman Boaid of
Supervisors, as evidence of good faith
on liih part that il his Ind is accepted
he will enter into contract at once
and give an scceptable h.md tor thc
sunn of ."hi per cent, of the contract
price im- thc faithful performance ?.t
the contract. Thc Supervisors re?
serve the right to reject any and all
W. 1. NOCK.
Chairman County Supervisors,
Twenty Years of Fair
Should justify anyone want?
ing a Tomb or Monument on
this Peninsula in writing tc
DAVIS & BRO.,
or seeing our local Agenl
T. fi. Kki.i.am, Onancock.
W. H. Pruitt, Temperanceville.
(ino. W. Aimil!.. Hello Haven.
I. I). Drummond, Orangeville.
Be Your Own Agent.
Buy your Monuments, Tom
and Iron Railings of
GEO. L. SEVILLl
Seville's Marble & Granite Wo
POCOMOKE CITY. I,.
They employ NO AGENTS and i
give the customer tho benefit of
io or 2o per cent, commission ot
concerns allow their agent*.
Sculpturing, Carvini' and Desi
ing that has no equal on the Pei
Inrestlxate for Yourself.
The proprietor has been doing
sculpturing and designing that
gone out from Pocomoke tor 'lie j
Person* i.i Accomac and adjoining co.
within. U> mark _M_T_Yt eta relative or fi
Tablet, Tomb or Headstone
in Marblr or PolUhH Or__it_, can DOW .le I
a very small out l,?y as wp ke<l> in st.uk a
collection of .nighed work of modern da__l
tlir hist WOrknuU-lUp and at the very lc
115 N. Liberty St. near Loxing
also .314 S. (hades St.
Established Seventy-five Yean
GENTLEMEN who have been (
the countiy tell me that, as an
dertaker, 1 am as well or better fi
out than any other person in
country. My hearse and funeral
will compare tavorably with any
I CARRY a full line of Coffins
Caskets, ranging in price as follc
Coffins from |5.00 to |25.00.
Caskets from $16.0U to $150.
In my ellice I have both the Ai
mac and Northampton, and the ]
mond Slates 'planes. All pert
wishing to communicate with me
'phone concerning the purchas
collins or caskets can do so at
expense. I hav.' deposited mc
with both thc shove mentioned c
panics for said purpose.
Embalming especially guaram
J. S. Bunting,
Temp trance\ ille, V?.
B. T. GUNTER,
W. C. PARSONS,
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Jnstomers extended every
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The smallest depositor re?
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Managed entirely by our
We Pay ll interest om Time Deposits.
I carry the most complete
line of up-to-date first-class
vehicles on the Shore. Every
buggy is guaranteed by each
of the different factories
who build them for me.
Call and examine them at
my place over F. A. West's
E.J. F. Custis, ? Onancock, Ila.
Holice lo Carriage Buyers.
Having contracted with A. Wrenn
& Hons, of Norfolk, Va, to sell
loo buggies this season, and with
Novelty Carriage Co., of Wilmington,
for quite a number of the well known
Novelty, we are now prepared to fur?
nish our customers not only with
them but with everything manufac?
tured in the shape of a veliicle, such
as surreys, top buggies, runabouts,
speed carts.single and double wagons.
We have over 100 in stock to select
from, and everyone is guaranteed to
be as represented or money refunded.
All of which we offer cheap for
The Blackstone School for Girls
Has Since 1894 given ''Thnn>ii_h instruction miller (Msttlvclj Christ-SB
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RESULT. It la to-day with its faculty of 32, its Btudent bodj of -rn:!,
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Also Distributors ol the Purina Poultry Feeds.
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My Storehouse and Lot at Bloxom Station.
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Greater and Greater grows the sale, dick's Great Sale,
talk of the county. This sale was not originated to glim
. mer'and flash out in a few days, it was formulated to hold
public interest for weeks?this week, beginning this very
lour, will be an illustration of aggressive and progressive
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Glick & Co.,
Onancock, Virginia, _- -
rIHE BUSY CORNER.
New Drug Store
Recently opened at PARKSLEY,
next door to Accomac Ban'.ing
Co., invites and proposes to de?
serve the patronage of the public.
The stock consists in part of a full line of fresh Drugs
all guaranteed under the Pure Foods and Drug Act.
Toilet Articles, Fine Stationery <&c.
"Apollo" and Lowney's Chocolates.
Sod.i Foil slain -v-ith all the popular Havors in connection with same.
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Accommodating Terms. . .
Confidence in the Agent and reputation of the Company ure
two essential points in selecting insurance. Our companies are
old, established, and FIRE TESTED.
We GUARANTEE our rates TO BE AS LOW as any re?
We appreciate past favors and respectfully solicit a contin?
uance of your insurance with us.
Agents for the Celebrated Oliver Typewriter
Kelly & Nottingham,
Parksley and Pocomoke
JVlarb.eand Granite Monu?
ments, Headstone , Tab*
Edward H. Howard, Proprietor,
H. Lee Lllll-ton, Agent, Ac-owac, Va.
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