Title: St. Andrews buoy
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00084
 Material Information
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: July 23, 1903
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00084
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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Cost, o w T. mlio'It
An ind'ana i'cii'cr has cctimzatcd
that, the cost to move one ton per
wile by hlorse power over a dry sandy
road(, was 61 cents; over wet sand, 32
cents; over an earth oatl and ruts,
206 cents; ovei aiin earth road that is
d(y and hard, IS cents; over a brok-
ien stone( road in good condition, 8
cont,;; over a compact gravel road,
8.8 ceuts; over stone paving, 5.33
cent s; over asphalt, 2.7 cents. Il
wagon trausp)ortatiun could be car-
ried on at a cost of 5 cents per mile
tper ton, tho result woud be a saving
of Illmany millions of dollars, aand
wuuldii put in motion many millions

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Married in J nlieI in galnients of blue,
Life will be killed with all sunshine for
Biut iiarry ii May 1in garm'ents of pink,
Your sorrt'ows will 'row, vourL happi-
inCsS sink-
Matry in July in robea soft and white,
Then peace will be yours and life soft
and. bright.

(Jliaiige the name arid not the letter,
(;Ihanige for the w(oroe mid not the bet-
teor. -McCall's Magazine.

Ilcnit- Sber's aind tLoyes His Old
.1 !o ni e.

Corresponcldenco of I'h(e Buoy
(ouRTL'rIAN), KAS., July 10, &S. M. I'll.,
Ihtor lBuoy-DI)ear Sir: Kindly
l'.'4itti0e my subscriiptii1 to the Buoy,
Am inteirosted in St. Andrew, and
now tile )rospect scelils good for a
railIroid(, no doubt thousands ot cyes
are( directed. to that lovely cliime,
where iuoweis are almost perpetually
in bloom, 'ithi a view of ultimately
making a homino by that beautiful
sheet of water, St. Andlrews Bay.

InowV be handled with profit.-Anieri-'
can AspIlalt Joiournal.

Itl Pays to lBe Sociabl.
A political candidate, on paying a
Second visit :o the holmo of a dlo'ut-
ful voter of the peasant class, was
well pleased but somewhat surprised
at hearing from the elector that be
wouud support him.
"Glad to hear it," said the candi-

d(late, "1 thought you were against
me i."
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peasant. "Wholl yon called up hiere
the other' day and stood by that pig
sty and talked for alt an tour ye O
Udidni't bid;ge no an inch; but after
you had gone awAy, sir, 1 got to
thinkinlk' how ye'd reaCheI yer han1
over the rail and scratched the pig's
back till he lay down wi' he pleasure
of it, I 111made uip ily Ililld that when
a mnan was so sociable as that wvi' a
Poor follow cleataire, I wasn'L t the one
to vote a,-ninst him. "-Ti''I Bits.

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tiever allowed h'r tt o Ie -
less he Was a bu,'mlier
if there was any truth
Marie behaved rem-irka
anI 'actress who possv'-ss-L
tempe nieraiment.
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she lrI'i1 one, n'vo'r bh
1lls~i ti'in, her 1,.adining wa
iand was one of liusu'-.u's
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with his mouth \vidiie oplllrn

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th.ii.':itt'r and

t,'rtniincil! Un.
if thea Ia1rty.
hi the Stol'y.
w!y w rll for

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oid htart, if

1, 14ad a wife
(. v Jitlilite
litt], a L i (1 In
inical actor,
ire, and lt-
al thonggh lie
to pla1y tb(;
'rilijo)ill S.'t
tuld to bavry

l) hatl'ore ie
rt, lut heo
r!rilit whilt-
i'll the r-sui!t
Nt !IIIn'IX lif:
ceintl.r with
;ai t..Marie,

"I beg your pardo,'d i-,i e from tIl
wings, "but your litne tlih(, ,r. Illus-
coe, is, 'If I 514ould sily o,'dt Ly, litti,,
girl.' "
It was Jn'llin the nlw- pri.prt..
man, picked up at Kaus City thjre'e.
weeks before, who beh dit 1 1,0t i u
prop fromn a bbunehi light.." It,. M IS 1
Buseoe protege at $11; :; 1'k.4, wvheu
the union scale a .'p'>. Wt E'e\ H at
that he didn't l<,ik l1me "n I ro)i-rty
man. But he id cul.ie 4OWllidi with

a desire to do antythiu; i
I jIny except to plIay a l,
kneW the plIy. lie V 1 d,
Buscoe was loLl1, :'..i.
didn't care whi, tii' ,..
and after ,e(.,1JIziiis ulid i,1
"the Co iC 071:1"I11. 1 99LJA4 ia>
quenee so long s 1,' ',11:
Ie I ';1.. end of tl!',,+ ',99,,,ks he v
Then le began tto) sbo,, igi
ing a jewel.
TI.i doorkeeper," he 'sa l
luscof, "is iu.iiig bouqu
Hamilton. Now, whly COull
out the roses andi alh,;v rue
Instead of the propII boiu'
ond actt?"
To which the r,,. o ircl'ut
pled: "Courmse. t'e orc4l

i hlie c(ornl,
irt, bend l
-.(i'l w.9Id.
**u'l4i1 who
I i's vei le,
I him that
!Ut) i'0I1S5-
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jiAe upon
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!'itt th.e
s a geum.
of becom-

oue day tc
:s for Miss
't' he pick
Suse tlietu
In the see-

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w:. -f Ift' hi h?
Busi'9. .at' ~,'T4Sa4'hf'5 "Of course
Y'o11n 'a* have",1w4'. 4~'hilt'"---
"'And141I1ha 990aIso thplierght, I he-
li 9'.'1nter'rupted .'Tu'n iing~.s'-to 8serad

cd4 to 9''nr4f~1lly giiiriI Y-ur daughter'
friom nthU ia' ll L 99'011 knew she 1099 4d. a
av, ou 1,2411 idu her promise nutatto
nriir 4199 .i:I.I 5unti you -were sure enoughil
ot li4rq o h1trimit0ivlC('him to bur your-
sc(If YouW'i Ii ahingt ymi 9'adli never do t hat,
tint )mu atit l14w.iduee lin, oths ar tpr-
n',rvi ~Ii' lliliri ..'4hi'amu at 5 co~eoc k.
5n.. :,.,(] no l1mers a'l's thet' wvldillg, so
i I',iight it w.ouliI 4QliWe for hi-r'toa
11.! ye thtli1t'ni tol'ij'i L-'tt ad. I am very

"'Your name is Clark," asked Bus-
cot--"Robl.rt' Cl:)rli ?"
"1 lCid a 'rih1t to a stage name, didn't
I?" asked .7,_rnings. 9
"A ild you .are"-
"Your son-in-law, rfly friend."
"Well." said Buscoe, always re-
sourceful, "I never saw a man play
the lover any better. You'll stay until
the end of the season, won't you?"



f y W. -, f foster ||
S .,'r.-, 'igiLt. 1902, by tL0
S. S. ,Mcc'uro Company ,

"And now, Jack, what can I do? He
follows me everywhere, and lie stands
around and .l. & 8me.with that detest-
able 'baby sftnre' of his, and-and--
you're laughing, Jack! You are as
-mean as you can l)e to laugh when I
come to you for advice."
Erstlit r stamped her i'oot. Jack Orms-
by loane(d against the veranda railing
and watched her with amused eyes,
"I can't help smiling, Esther, but I
can appreciate the irritation poor Hal-
lowell must cause you."
"Irrltaiion!" A world of emphasis
entered into the word. "Arnd just be-
cause I was foolish enough to let him
propose to me!" she wailed.
"Well, of course," Jack said slowly,
"you must expect to have your scalps
cost you a little .a.I(,tli'.. Essie."
"He doesn't say an:, thnl." exclaimed
.the r.i'L. "If he did. it would give me a
chioie. to tell him what I think of his
d'ir. 'i'g my footsteps everywla're."
-'it ('li!iii llly is a a ..;iie of "lir" vlllaln
still plursued hcr,'"-Ornsby said. "Wha t
do you want me to do, Essie-ecall him
out and plug him full of holes?"
"Ugh! Don't be so vulgar! I don't
want you to do anything but tell me
what to do to get rid of him."
Jack was almost the only man she
knew well who had not proposed to
her. Men had fallen before her charms,
had said their little piece (and some
said it rathtar well, she had to admit to
bc.'elf), and gone their way, and until

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OV0"I !I

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A 'r. .-i I!'. 1 1i1m,' t 'i':**' .* niered
l~v ii ;; 14119' ;i ifr .1 n1,l r 'ii n.i his Sat
Pi. lr \: II I I.',1,1I t \.,lI. l f .. Tiut(thed
a.-; I ;l.l ,' ll ,,i \ ....!.1 I I. ," ,I I. I. 1 t10 SlcadI
tO l ihft 'Ii'l i.V I r ii. ,11, I
I : n i 1:- t " -i -i ,r I] I -':- tIr. r u n-
ir hI 1.1 *\9 t W -si: i do to
g -r t r o..Jl 4 '. .. .I ,. \, i. ..!Id there
\vT' ,. r, \9. :i ', .4 it 4n r>9 9 iry?"
,,r l,, ;riI (yi 1it v. i ,y ..iit lCd the
Iii'.' i *;li~9 l9 ,:1 f'Ii t 491.4 fnolt on the
u-Ft I '!w' .'>i i llil. 'iot i ii, ht w ar-
ry lhi i .n i vt' rw i Ir ,] n ;e
';>'. tllariL .'4'i; -;.9' 9 *;4 htI2 e'd,
,'< l iltl 4h,1;1!1.,'i l 9 i,".. I' I 19'..1 p .. 1!4 l
It' i -'
Or,, a I' l bgd I fl i 1t, y w r i O t-

.to seize the relns. lie ;-l ;i 411 t1at the
c.l!.1 l man. "Miss Di. ".'jv'p "parasol
is on the veranda, .T' I'"ri." he sn:Id.
The Minai dropped Sultan's bridle.
Like a flash the bay threw up his head
and started.
The lines had not been quite within
Ormsby's grasp. His foot slipped from
the step. lie nide a leap to reach the
earilage, hut Sultan swung into a long
stride on ihe instant and fairly snatch-
ed the runalou9it from under his inas-
ter'.8 gi '
-"The treins, ri .reis: t Quick, r. h"

Tiank Gd, ,msh knev"i what he meant
and seir'ed tle lines before they slipped
over the Thrf'n, .,c. to dangle about
pultin's becir and drive himt mad eith
I error. But tkhe liorse ew I instantly
taItt sar utelf.iIar hand held the reins.
id he ine'-hased nhis trot to a gallop
EsOylc tord herself that she would
not be trighitenei, andl she drew the
lines in ulrnily and B4iid "Whoa'"
But Sultan law no r ason for "whoa-
tring" just then. There was a long
stretch (t dt(Iy, sunlit road before
him, and he seized the bit In his strong
teethi and hoitc-d. HIe flew by Hallo-
well's mount with a rush and set that
c"et(iretiV to d!neings. Hallowell hung
o)n to the leatier and stared with round
eyes after the runaway.
His astonishment was vastly increas-
ed when a second whirlwind reached
him. Oriauby went at him as though
he was playing football.
lhe snatched the bridle from Hallo-
well's hand, and that young man was
sent mr.lhing in the dust astii Jak ap'l'u
astride and set the now frigh tnined ard-
mal after the boltidng "ualtun.
The road for a in'i'- was a loar, but
where it johitl the s bonlta rod beyorei
Orml- inii,.i Tot, rlnaway wouldT
burst ill'.Ii lga trigi of carriatIles of all
dehcripiunnhs, and the end wouldhi be s-
rious. Ile didn't know much about
the soundness of Hallowell's mount,
but he would have made an asthmatic
old car horse do stunts just then.
Like the wind bhe rode, and hias
mount's nose soon catne up to Eather's
shoulder. Foot by foot he gained on
Sultan, and then, with a swift dive,
Ormshy seized Ihe relna, which Esther
had continued to reing to'with all her

bow the wor 1af,," a Fi',ih term,
has >'ome iilto sl.h 9., Iih rt.il li t in this
coupI-.t anid how it happens tthat it ia
1O grossly wnsapplpt.d. ThIc t'rin
ntean,s coffee, or a p1aet heree coffee
ig siild, and w.iit rebitlon 'there is be-
twv('I l n a coi'e o;i.;I) itand a place where
ljiquors are sold we are at a loss to
know. It Is rnt i:ipi'oal>-h that the
I dea e tuii. from ,'.i:,ritihitloti.; of bar-
rooms anmd restauiniuts, In the* latter of
which of course,. coffee Is sold, but to
our inild nothing seems more absurd
or more emphatieaiy marks the mod-
ern dl.-,posltloni to follow blind custom
than sticking up on the window where
only beer, liquor and "lInes are Bold
the word "coai.'," and that In a for-
eign language. Were it not that an
age of misnomner gives recognition to
this anomaly we would just as soon
the word "meat" or "bread" signalized
places where liquors nre sohl. Elttber
would have as much s,,fiso and logical
aunlteation as ";)('e."- "ch'-me.
The ChlInleite IJit iag'.
Chinese is an l hi oji.plic lu4ingfg..
It conveys the Idea a:id not the word
for a Ibing., as the lIi4 e 8 rp reienta
the i.'.lI 1. not thle void. The Ci.
nese have invented tnure thin 40.000
ni.iriNs for tLeir \t;';tisg. liut it required
4,11 allbl;out ;',.':44 i1994 ir 1', t ,'1reliCutile
'l)L'4'r'Sij'uJtlti4 i, Ii; ,i it ih. .lwill to be
"' I.I;.'[ t'ii l';: ii rl 'l,t fl IIIIii (i w or< i of
ill toliii'.111.ry Ut'! i l i g .I',e I i :'fiD
Is i1.-1" dilirith ilt fur N Ati, a i L, juA tliai
Chinoese. It takes mucieh loeot'r to learn
1"1 SrO'eli l lit~qUt1lv#i,'e ,,-_'Ruiie of the va-
riety of diahle'ts, but .iy o0ne can Iharn
enough of t'.,, writ!l,:::. to answerr or-
dinary purposes' in a f have his knowled.:;o pe-ft'ectrd bLay a
linguist within about a year. Exact
instruction In one of the t'ilneAiSe Inn-
gun*,-.4 can only be giv iv' bly a China-
mnan.-Detrolt Free Press.

A Choktug fDo.
Dogs frequently choke. A btOo, a
VqU or a piece of tin gets in the
throat, and there is great d:,uger of
death before the arrival of the miirgeon.
Many of them do idle, but there Is no
1, ,1;.1 for t ,," ': f it et sy, '!9'tl:o(ilt
the slightest u;:', r of 11'.1i;z; b..itten,
to put the hs'.i it -the l:iouth of a do
and to draw out or putsh down the ob-
struction that is choking it. A Nillndage
-a handkerchief or towel will .do-iS
passed between the teeth and over the
upper jaw, anid in a sitnih'r way anoth-
er bandage Is pa.ns('d between the tveth
and over the unher Jaw. One person,
holding the ends of these two band-
ages, kleps the dog's mouth wide open.
A second person can then with perfect
ease and safety put his fingers down
the animal'a throat and relieve It.

Chnraeter In the. Earn.
Though thr', may be eounteractlng
features and stiixs upon the face, ears
that are d sulrop'orthiiitely lri'ge, ftat
and red lbevpt',ik a 'urtraiiess of na-
ture, sometimes swn i;ality aud dissipa-
l.,ri 'r that t: ont'l a flomom t head
[1;1 r1,,ss iln;' ,l;1 'ii S an' umn religious
'iC' ,ll 11 1i1 I l;r.','1,.'i.\ ;', li, t to go w ith
.A hw'.." '.i 1--,"it :-mu. ll ear h, si&ug

d..licnc or ,v r'ptlionl, but also timidity
m **, l ...,,l ili'vnir^.. lii. trinsparent
lh:.ol:in' .i"r -.h:iws tllLca'1c y ald poetic
Ici liir ; .9 tI tlii.k ir, tlhe ive!se. An
ear set rather low on the heal denotes
good brain- ,,',; ity; set high or on a
level with the eye, a limited mental ca-
pacity is denoted.-Americean Queen.
Vwtlly OompetenS.
"What we require," sald the manag-
Ing editor, "is the services of a maan
capable of taking full charge of our


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-.ead Hoskin's ad. last columnn this p
S.--If you want good bread, 'ny that 1)
Elite 1,lour at J. R. Thou, pson S
-The telephone I'ne is now in work- t
ing order over its entire length and i
the company ho',es in future to be able
to keep it in repair.t
- =1 --Blank Warranty Deeds, short lorm.
printed on good linen paper, 25c per '
NoTE.-It must lbe remeiniered that the dozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re-
wind is not a wholly reliable motive poe ceipts in a block, 10c each, at the Buoy
er and if the sailors sometimes find it in- office.
possible to make schedule time it must lbe -The pastor of the Baptist church
eihargcdtothe elements; they do the beat desires that all the friends of the Bap-
tley can. list Sunday school meet him at the
The shr. eopatra arrived church at 9 a. in. on the fourth Sunday
The schr. Cleopatra arrived17' in July.
Pensacola Saturday afternoon and -I. Godard's Ice Cream parlor is
departed hence again, Tuesday after- the popular resort at present and will
1oon. doubtless continue to be so throughoatt
The sir. Tarpon arrived ioin the the season. He has plenty of ice and
w tes can serve any who call upon him.
west at 9:30 yesterday fotetoon, -Otway Ware is gaining the repu-
looking clean and bright in her new station of being the shark catcher of St.
coat of white paint. She was given Andrew. Cie caught two more big fel-
a hearty welcome by those looking lows last Monday morning and they
for freight. were converted into fertilizer by M.
--Wizard Ink Tablets, Price per
PACKET SUHOONER box 10 cts. Put .itl eight Tablets in a
T, r i..,, ,S,,,,.. .,: .

d t .. w a { al'd i 11 1, ,.-l .-- ., ,-
fined strictly to freight and pavsone.er
work and local business solicited, Spe,-
cial attention will )ic given to receiving
and forwarding freight for all parties.
For further partic :lirs apply to
V. W. PITTS, Owner, eittsburg, Fla.

L. E. DANFoPn, M, ai.
leaves St. Andrews Bay every Tuesday
leaves Pensacola every Frilday
weather permitting). Special attend
tion will be given Ito receiving andl
forwarding freight for parties living on.
East and North Bay, r)assengers f'or
points on either arm of the Bty caln
depend upon securingl prompt trans-
portation at refn sonable rates. For
farthet ilforiimation apply to
L. M. WARN, Agi.


Carries. lie East Bay Mail hetweein St.
Anliewp Bay, Wetappo and interrmedi-
Site points. Leaves St. Andiews daily
, xev.pt Sunday) at 6:0(0 a. in.: tirrive at
W\Vet ippo Ail 12:30 p. in.; leave Welappo
at 1:00 p. in.; arrives at St. A didrews at
7:30 p. mi. lakes landings regularly ati
Harrison, Cromanton, ';irkler, l'itts-
lIurg, and Farnidale. Freightl landed at
oany postoffice wharf. Fior pipsoniger and
freight rates, see rate card in the sov-
eral postollices.
F.-A. WiraTHsr.L. Manager.

A Week's Weather.
hile following table gives the maxi-
mum, inimium and mean tempera-
tures, the rainfall and direction of the
wind, for the twenty-four hours ending
Nt 7 o'clock p in., as indicated by U. S.
government self-registering thermom-
July... 15 91 70 80 .00 w
,, 16 92 65 79 .00 s
19 92 70 81 .00 s
4 18 91 70 81 .00 sw
19 92 70 81 .00 sw
20 94 80 87 .00 w
21 97 66 82 .00 sw
Forweek... I 93 1 70 I 82 I .00 1

Parker Lodge No. 142
J.F &c A.AV.
Regulai ('omninni-
I cations oni tihe first
and third Saturday
; Ws in each u0onth.
S Visiting Brotlhers
W. A. Emtoxs,Secretary

hI, rly i n.,.l.libl,-. c.,.enin.,,ii. t, i n.n-corro-
sive. At the Buoy office.
--It has been a serious digappoint-
ment to the people on the Bay, that the
steamer Tarpon has failed to visit us
for the past week, The Buoy is ad-
vised that she had to be hauled out on
the ways, overhauled and copper-
-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 15c. per dozen, at the
BUOY office
-11 you are thinking o' buying prop-
orty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase
until you have onfertred with the pro-
prietor of the BUOY. If you areshort of
money and want to buyon longtime for
actual settlement.you can be accommo-
-No man or woman in the state will
hesitate to speak well of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets after once
trying them. They always produce a
pleasant movement of the bowels, im-
prove the appetite and strengthen the
diogction. For sale by L. M. War',
St Andrew and Iayhead, and allmedi-
cine dealers.
-Dr. Cliffe aind his party, during
their short stay, had caught thirteen
tarpon up to the time of the Buoy's go-
ing to press Wednesday afternoon. Of
these the Doctor caught four, his son,
four, and the other five were divided
between the other members of the
party. The Buoy expects to give more
particulars of their successful cain-

-At 7:30 o'clock last Saturday eve
ine, at the home of the bride's moth(
on Buena Vista avenue, Mr. Otho Ke
ter and Mrs. Jennie Haight were uni
ed in the holy bonds of wedlock, Re
C. L. Leonard officiating. The bride
was handsomely dressed in a beautif
garment of changeable silk. After tt
ceremony-the-few invited guests and re
atives partook of a bounteous suppe
prepared by Mrs. H. E. Doxtader. tha
whom there is none can excel in the a
of preparing a nuprial east, and th
Buoy can attest to the excellence of th
cake baked for this occasion, from it
package furnished the editor. Man
beautiful presents were received by th
haopy couple. The groom, Mr. Ke
ter, is a St. Andrew boy, having bee





SCholera Ifantum. raised in this place. Mrs. Haight has
This has long been regarded as one of lived here a number of years. The
he most danger us and iatal diseases to best wishes of their numerous friends
which infants are subject. It can lie cur- attend the united couple in their now
ed, however lhen properlytreated. Al relations.
ha is necessary is to give Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera aad Diarrhoea Romedly e""' nf-un'"'let d rae (hBerg'.
and castor oil, as directed with ea.'h bot At the uwn' servioeo in a Yorkshire
irt.lh tle vxc.u trnt-d to convey the lea-
t:e, and a cure is certain. For sale by L.dt r e w et m to o N h he oi
i " Mlt the trui A' h ,r.o": ;irdi h1eromnes
M,. Ware, St. Andrew and Bayhead and ,', ( it,,t' ito dh t (hds in the
Jimedicine dealers. e:crct corner of the hoen:, where none
ma an i ,- or tp)plltud.
RoUst PI a ia Lamb In China. "I'ew of you seem to think," he con-
S correspondent of the North China 'tdI, "tti't your wives staying at
:Herald writes this dissertation upon -11nr '::Tcol:u!H:ini,.tly to mind the chil.
roast ig: "How little western writers .n .and prepare the nmeals are
'. deritand the Chiln*! WVho has ..''hes, and yet their touching devo-
D ret..r-id arid, rejoiced over Lamb's io: to( d'tly prove-s th-ni to beto."
'Disaeratirlon UIpon ltoast Pig?' It is u ceIrtaily hrndn't struck one old
.ot Z'ryboday who has the chance e -ri'ur in tis wMiy Lefore, and as soon
of seeing Lamb's fascinating story 1 0a- got home-h' promptly told his
----rked out In real Ul'e. fuIn .,. m'.'t- ','.t lb.t -ir" tI.ad eall.-l Ltr a
"u- 't'S4atg oi the pi,*sent I.'hhl,. tar I '". '
, '------ th'tln-" l~ !==- (|'t". vt .ll. "'"*. "' I.'Lt m lu'r' asked
where the, people ke-pt lanyi lig. u '. I .
the middle of' the .night a fire broke 'Oh. it (wans a woman who stays in
out In the- market village and de- iva-:s instead of going' art to show
Mtroyed the wfiole place*: No lives had ,er 't.(" explatind the farmer vaguely.
been lost, but most' of the pigs had "'Tiwn I'm .not a heroine, an' I'll
been roasted, especially those too fat I x r to mind wsamt he's ay-
t6 run quickly.' Roast pigs! Burning i'i' ,lp'.:,i- d tlie wife. "I go to his
houses! Lamb's story lit real life! ':u lch ao much as t' other women do,
Quite naturally I remarked that some : niu' h ,tm;t be blInd if hie can't see me.
folk must have.had a splendid meal of Wh13. I'd live different colors in t'
roast pork In those days.-. To my sur- 'otenrt I wore last Sunday!"-London
Orin the natives.-asked with. disgust; Ins wet rs.
"A nplendid- meal! -" Who would- eat Frank Census Returns.
that stinking, smoky stuff?' The British census returns are more In-
palate of the Chinaman absolutely re- formative tfian diverting, but the same
( ibeft smoky roast pork! All that mag- cannot be said of the Indian. The Pun-
niflcent eiecurean description culmt- jab returns include professional crick-
Mating In the one word 'crackllng'-a eters under the heading of "Clowns
MUSIdon, a yarn, a Ilel I gloated over and Tumblers," regarding them appar-
that yarn when a boy and giew ex- ently in the same light as Mr. Kipling.
cited as-the story went from one page The Chenab has forty-six male, seven
ito another. N-w to find the whole female and sixty seven "dependent"
tUing go nUl ,.I Smoke!" p1,mno tuners, and the inland state of
Nahan rejoices in the possession of 205
Sson-;.- carter Customs. shipowners. In the schedule also ap-
O wa8 a' common custom with our pear 117 "receivers of stolen goods"
ti father tO --nr the garters of a and 12 Otty nla:uci either on the hat or ers, etc." There Is a frankness about
knee, says the New York Press. Brides these returns which Is very engagilg.-
Us. ually wore ou Lthir legs a host of London Express.
gay ribbons, to be distributed after the s
anrrhitse ceremony among the bride- A Case of Heredity.
groom's IAttiMte fi'iends. The piper ait Cholly-I)o you know, M4ss Sharp, I
the wedding d!Ice never failed to tie believe some people Inherit their stu-
a piece of the bride's garter around the pidity.
Stem of h!s bagpipe.. The Lombard Miss Sharp- iut, Mr. Saphead, it Is
ce,"utr' gill-. i,--l h *,-.ir d'II,.'rs In not prop-ur to speak that way of your
ljllr ga i er,' ptil ts.-C ('olhluinli Jester.

Notice ot Conimetitive ExamilMn
Notice in hereby given that a com-.
uctitivw exa-ainiation will be held at
Vernon, Fla., August 7th and 8th, for
he purpose of awarding a scholarship
n the State Normal School at DeFani-
ak Springs. The scholarship is open
o any young mnan or. woman of Wash-
ngton county, Fla., between the ages
of 18 and 25. of good moral character,
competent to pass an examination for
third grade teacher's certificate.
Examination will begin promptly at
8:30 o'clock a. m. on Friday, August 7,
1903, and examinees must be prompt at
the beginning.
Dated this 14th day of July, 1903.
L. L. PRATT, Co. Supt.
Ha i laked In Cider.
A ham baked In cider Is delicious.
Choose a good lean ham of about eight
pounds. Wash thoroughly and over the
fleshy side sprinkle a little chopped
onion, a little clove and allspice, a
teaspoonful of cinnamon and a half
teaspoonful of ground ginger. Make
flour and water into a paste as thick
as dough and cover the ham. Put
skin side down in a roasting pan, 'fill
up with cider, cook slowly for three
hours, basting every ten minutes.
When done, take off the paste and the
rin( An hour before it is wanted for
r>- 1.0 returmit 1 P
with beaten egg, sprinkle generously
with chopped parsley and breadcrumbs
and let it heat through in the oven. A
gravy can be made by boiling down
the cider In which the ham was first
A M-ean Defense.
Magistrate It's very disgraceful that
you should beat your wife.
Prisoinr-Weil, yer h-ibr, she ag-
grawated ire by keelpin' on silyin' she'd
'ave me hup a fore that bald'eaded hold
'umnibg, nieanin' yer honor.
Magistrate-You're discharged.

A Comparison.
"IIow'd ye like the lecturer at the
town hall last night, S:'!"
Great! lie was a Boston feller, an',
I swan, 1 never laughed so 1alrd In my
life. Ile knew more long words than a
negro ministrel."-- taltinmore American.
Fori a lazy livertry Chamoerlain'si Stom-
ach atnda liver Tablets,' They invigr-
ate the liver, aid their digestion, r gulate
the towels aind prevent, bilious altacks.
Fo, saile bv L M. Wate, Si. Andiirew
anld Iaybead and all .ncdicine dealers.
It is truly surprising what erroneous
ideas are entertained by the general
public teooilcey-ng itht, true meaning of
many terns .l general use. A striking
exatmpie of this is the word "terne" as
applied to tin plate. Usually it is un.-
derstoed that this wore is derived from
the French one, men ring "dull." This
is totally incoriret.. To'rine pI'.te is a
sheet or pliit' of iron iind steel covered
with :in i alloy of ti nd l'ad In the pro-
'portioii of two-tl ds lead and ne-thitrd
tin. It is this union of the three met-
als-iron, lead and tin-that gave rise
to the word terne plate. terne being an
equivnil.-nt t i. I..' r r.lish t, rne, meanri

If a: ,
ixe ti t' t

:n t 1.

is ri al!

:nrg is .
o'f I; i
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siair '


"It gets iuJ
individual 1,
florist's e. it
wezzer i aC
like a St'..
terrier ],,.,k!
But the p.
and the .
the time 1h. 1


7fe wav T'ci.55 aurv 101.
low thie we on had the high waters
which hav prevailed all over the
So0ith. alaial and ',kindred fevers
will devel pelb an alarming extent.
(Jeneral h lthconditions will be bad;
every pre hauti should be taken.
The Syste East Especially Be For.
titled to |t Malarial Attacks.
A trial o l years has demonstrat-
ed that fo tli emergency, Dr. Har-
ter's Iron niohas no equal. e Iron is
the fighting e ment in the blood, and
the kind, ti supplied by Dr. Har-
ter's Iron i is just the kind the
system re 'irto successfully combat
malarial d tdions. Don't wait until
you are at c Take it now and for-
tify yours I an absolute safeguard
and, at th e time, it is the best
tonic and vi rant for the entire sys-
tem. On eher hand, quinine dis-
turbs the ys m and its cumulative
poison be t eater physical troubles
than thot employed to remedy.
Where cease of chronic Malaria
already e* take DR. HARTER'S
guarantee t6 cure. Price 50 cents.

you Wp ve Malaria. PEfce $1.
All (ea andle, or send to DE.
HART* ICINE Co., Dayton, Ohio.
1*' Bouston, Tex., Aug. 1,1901.
4"I have used Dr. Charter's
ronTonio myself and inmy
*r nif t over twenty-five years, and
cilhe tly recommend it I regard it
l ar1 valuablertoward Offm%.
S l I ,t her lever..

lug -1.,i i .. -I-,ll- T i
roneous deri:Ihilohn of thl it. i a I '.s tho C
r fact that because of the large percent- (g
Sage of lead used In coating terne plates L
it is duller In hue than the ordinary tin The :.
plate, which is frequently designated "l~ rI, I
"bright plate" in contradistinction to She had .llj
the former. "Aaron," 'I
t .. srulction, h1
e The Fire God's Wrath. fashion: "lIn
A curious story comes to us from the The next
suburbs. A resident In the near neigh pupil said:
borhood of London has a museum ir 'G-a-1, gal
his house in which the principal curl- times and
t osity is a fire god which has beeI wor- thought, he
shiped for many centuries In an Indian "Big gal,
temple. Once when the owner of the New York
":.-- l,,ok a party of people to look at
the museum he proposed In fun that
they should all kotow to the Image. Customer
This they all laughingly consented to comfortinble
do, all except two ladies, who declared Shopraan
It was wicked. The fire god was re- but the ntpe
s venged within two months. One of the
ladies hadt her house burned to the B
ground the week after, and the other A case can
one on a later date- fell backward into cnt and unt
the fire and sustained some terrible never been
burns. We give the tale without com. Colusa, Cali
ment.-London Chronicle. endured ins
The Loss of a Horseshoe. atisin and n
The loss of a horseshoe exerted a I tried ev
tremendous Influence In the history and across Ele<
reign of Henry VIII. of England. Aft- greatest mn
er the fall of Anne Boleyn the papacy trouble. A
prepared overtures of reconciliation so relieved an
favorable to the king that he concluded liver ard -:i
to accept them. A representative was debility.
sent from Rome with the dispatches, guaranteed
and when only a day's journey from
Calais the horse cast a shoe and fell The
lame. As the horse was a favorite The Govx
animal, the messenger determined to know Judge
wait for a day rather than take the hb'.
chances of losing the horse. The next '1 ..- ,..I
day the journey was resumed and Lon- RhiiiK t.1 1:r,
don was reached, to find that Henry T'lI, Ju;..
A-t d r .n_ M <. 1 (t, ? Inpe ,'-i....
Seymour, a Protestant, that Anne had "1 '.- tL.,J
been beheaded the day before, and all b3 i,,.tmL;,
hope of a reconciliation was lost. The 1 'i h. II
messenger was a day too late, and the knwi.. it 11i
horseshoe had changed the bent of the u--.. .if. r i
naUtion's history. Lii..uit ue--
Authoritative. The C( ..I. I
Meeks-The man who tries to change Why -ih -,_.
a woman's views is a fool. fortablq? -
Weeks-How do you know? Tho Gove
Meeks--My wife told me so.-Chica- always w,,
go News. ult-eais.

L. M. WARE & SON, Y ffe;to,
Dealers In and Agents for the Friarenid-
Sale of Carrari. let
Sf Host- No
Real Estate. marble "
Taxes Paid and Rents Collected ;, ,1
for Non-IReidents. ion." ,..!
St. Andrew, Fla. ,,l .
Cftractci and good reputation i,. e.ccli l,.it r ', .1
state (or.e it this county requited) to frightfully a,
represent an,. adver'ise old established other 1r, ilI...
wealthy tunsiness house of solid financial
standing. Salary $-21.00 weekly wilh ex- tles of I'. I .
penses ,ddilional, all pnvalle in cash ly cur. I ir..
each W edniesniv direct from head offices. It's al-., ii
Horse and ca.uriage flrniished when lner- cough- .i
essarv. Referen es. Euclose sel-,d- all th ,,iai .,,1
dressed ti".,Vc '. ( (',,i J l 1;11d. ; a kid $1 j'
Detrit)')rr *t <..t *l u'ii ..-. 13f rakc'-

IMppf A-Wt., r'f'aoth"a.
ihat above limslasil h geul.)
elie pelllnfr.
..f a country school was
spelling class recite.
"given out" the word
,u. according to her iu-
1 been spelled in this
A. little a, r-o-u."
'id was "gallery." The

g-a-1, gal," two or three
Ited. Then, after hard
tle gal, e-r-y, gallery."-

ivant a shoe that is both
nd stylish.
'm very sorry, madam.
miracles Is past.
tally Tortured.
to light that for persist -
rciful torture has perhaps
equaled. Joe Golobick of
writes, "For 15 years 1
lerable pain from rheum-
hing relieved me though
thing known. I came
'ic Bitters and it's the
icino on earth for that
w bottles of it completely
ured me." Just as good for
,-, trouble and general
,1, 50c. Satisfafaction
I. Brake.
ibble Reputation.
nor-Colonel, don't you
lank? Shake hands with

I- A.i, you are Judge
L, I,. ou
'1.--, Blankville is my
--i(0 course I know you
,.*r-- lonel, .don't you
,"- :-i.es me feel might
I v i, .1 a ui an says thal
l nr i.noews mie by repu-

-Ilow is that, governor'
t make you feel- uncom-

or--Because, by jingo, I
er which reputation he

e Real Thing.
u- Is exhibiting his new
end, who pauses before a
at an exquisite things
Indeed; it's the genuine
Was Her Terror.
I....u.h nearly all nigh
Mr-'. Chas. Applegate, of
,,I -and could hardly get
brim conlsumption so bad
S:t block I would cou h
S-pit blood, but when ali
filed, three .0Cu b' t
.-'- New Discovery whol-
.I I gained 58 pounds."
I guaranteed to cure
l:i -,rippe, bronchitis aid
I,,.'" troubles. 'Price S"(
i! .Kitl!^ free. -\. _I.

I' n S". Air?
wern. whit is it that
!i,..o i ld on a h:.it
S-,'.i uvIe n hot stove
., t ';tj i ttii oil ald yo'rng.
I ] g-iven is that it Ia
C 'c tin' heat.
f th te pihonomenoon
-n tp)io. lile all stlch
I' :sr it. As n matter
S. ;it we sco (1ivering,
Svil' !e. The quiver-
rhe npward passage,
r.. of- R;:n:1 currents
S, it tomnpcratures in
:gh.t ar" irreT.ularly
i' ui3ales the currents

,:.r .... i.,. Intoxicated
S\ .,~ : -.;' into the
ii gets niwu I d'know
I r'. .,:'z, :lii(u lum loon l
II r T *,r \.v a Skyc
., : ,i clir-e l.zianlniink.i'"
I.I ".. .II just then,
,... l I.. get hin lfoi
_i'..i[. I r.. American


11;- i;'svert wyrw'itc" or sPnthueiis
S;I iro Ohail inside n sannd core,
:{ ie sliwipe of thei inside of the bell.
i hs ;:iAd core. with the linglet inside,
q n!:o i' in the miod of the outside and
!e roe:tcd miet;:l poured In, which fills
ti sspaee )ttwveen thlie core and
>:A. 'The hot metal burns the core so
:ihal it can Ihe sh.iken out, leaving the
I,:il within the shell. Ball valves,
si ivl .ioiits ard rumany other articles
Cast in tle snlme inanner.
Not the Same Privilege.
Rank imposes obligation, but it also
brings a certain freedom from restric-
tions that bind tihe humble. A man of
literary aspirations who had his way
yet to make in tie world wrote a poeCt.
wh!bh he sunb1itted to his wife before
sending it out for'' publication.
"V'h ITc:1ry." s., se- ::.l. in looki;'
it over. l hve ;n.ide "h lndre'.
: l ri ." hi' replied. "T:' ,
:iyson (id '.'"
"Yes." fri tIl lis wife. "Tt' ),'
son could : .> iiw ti : .;;. but 3.'
Al n't. Io'nry. I'
An eas.' y w oy -o ; -,!'t h ti. w,:'.'
doil',ih fully is to h'. w (;',i;';,, p .
luto it just before the water is used.

No Pi y Shown
For years fate was aftcr mo continu-
ously," writes F. A. Gulledge, Verbena,
Ala. 1"I had .a terrible case of piles
causing 24 tumors. When all failed
Bucken's Anica Salve cured inc.'
Equally good for rurns and all aches
and pains. Only 2bc at A. Brake's

The Privilege of rossum
A Georgia darky arrested for steal-
ing a possum from a white man said
to the judge:
''1 d.nI 't ie it it t o .-iij l.j' 't.1li. yo'

de Ll.,-,l. ,i,'- l..i, d,- :i ull % \ U.;. Let
de wvite man take de tr'Key en leave
de possum for de nigger is what i
"But," said the judge, "the negro
frequently takes the turkey too?"
"Not dis season, suh," was the quick
reply. "Dey roostin' too high."-At-
lanta Constitution.

Liaioreachert's Sareasum.
Of Gladstone IHenry Lalbouchere
once remarked, "I do not object to Mr.
Gladstone occasionally having an ace
up his sleeve, but I do wish he would
not always say that Providence put it


Barber and Hair Dress-
ing Parlor,
Commerce Ave. East of Buoy
girN"'Everything new, neat and(
clean and patrons given the most
courteous and careful attCiition.

Geo. S. Hacker & Son,



Sas1i, Mmoors, Blil s,

Building Material.
SI doW Rand Fancy Glass a


the Kind
that Leads
cost nnore-yieil more.
sold by aiL d' eales.
t9 03 Seed Annual
postpaid free to all
0. M. Forry & Co.,
Detroit, Mich..

the most heading salve in the world.

Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf

1', ;t; T 4. STEAMER

T"A R P 0 N.
),..v- .'.^,-^CH E- DU LE4

o .- < i t
0-.; '- -r i.--- -
viii, b----s -- 1 1-t a ,r 'icireInt
n&tic;l w (hill 's !N fP. wrii's J. A.. Ml;:1
-on1 i:i "Sir Edu .n r.;!t!dsecr,. R. A."
This sp'.aie of dxt.rity tcon.es from
id' al(tice 3 o i,'otli.t, a n:l is ak n to the
adroit inarnipulath)ri of the scco'm-
plishied pi,-Inist. but is nevertheless cx-
trnordinary, nnd several c ses ire re-
corded ir whichh Sir Edwxin fairly as-
tounded the onlookers by such displays
of manual sl;ill.

No Annihilation.
Though man can gather and scatter,
move, mix and unmix, yet he can de-
stroy nothing. The putrefaction of one
thing Is a preparation for the being and
bloom of another. Thus a tree gathers
nourishment from its own fallen leaves
when they are decayed, and something
gathers up the fragments that nothing
ts lost.
To Cure a Cold Ili One l)ay
Take Lxative Bromo Qauinine Tablets
All druggsits refund the money if it
fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signa-
ture on every box. 25c.
...... s*-2----
(-sln S-sletrnbells.
A qiu" ;oi frequently asked is in re-
ai'd to the method of producing sleigh-
.c'.! c;' ;i ii'n b.lls larger than
'r l)iu !:'ua ) in the htlls' Previous to

iPoun .iaco
St. Andir
A alachii

St. Adi(
M illvill
1 'ensiaci

ew, Wednesday, 8:00 a. am.
1I, W.1i>,,.-Jriy, 10:00 a. in.
utlta, i i,"i,-.t. 06:00 a. m .
llh. Thursday, 12:00 noon.



F.;'hiv, 2:00 a. m.
J','Hi- 4:00 a. Iw .
Friday, 11:301 p. nm.

: ASSEIIT G- iR- .-A-S.
Pensacola to St Andrew and Millvillc. $6.00-Rounid Trip, $10.00.
Pensacula to dApalaclichola and C(arralble, $'8.50-lound Trip, $15.00.
St. Andreuw and Millvillt to A| alachicoln, $6.00-ltound Trip, $10.00


Bf ,l'v'.ll.e, iz.,
1-M ^. -* . __ _f ___ ___ -

r nimntrurrtrs Tr .- ....- --

Rolili, frosseqFi Ti UIN fl8IISiOI

Yellow PIRO LUlmber.

ealers in General Merchandise,

Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and Feed.

North Croila Um Coni Wlisy

AT $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 AID $3.00 PER GALLON,

All express changes paidl ly ,me (in packages of t.wo galloi or' more
to limits of the Southern Expiess, (Company. Terms: Cash
with order. W rite for .ls cipltv circulars of W i.Ces and
Blnani lies with your first older.
g. ligefrence-(CJonmn ercial agle, iih or aiy nierc]hant hipre,.

.J. WOOL LEY, Cherryville, N. C.

;I W..-- .p- '' +



A F1l Liin of Gt s i r'JN lm aA ay aOi J 1i .11 .
Full 8 ock of Ralston Foods, I.

i i.. Ti l iii Ai-1. ny st |ile
Immediate Attention Given t3 All C, .;. *" ,!* :.,.. By .aHil.
Ask Me About Eggs, Chfina Ware, Whoes

1) L A l,'RIN
..F .any E....

Dry GOodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries

Notions, Provisions and Feed- Stuffs.

Corner Washington Avenue and Bayview St.
I pay Cash for G oods amid must do

a strictly Cash or Ready Pay

This is in my Patrons' Interest as 'well as my own. Call and
Convince Yourself of this Trutih.


F. ACK &
CA"S S IAB- STORE! Y" wi-i
10 '3 +A Gft Km" I N< g.DSo P l;I .:

S. A I Cannot
S'sssss unio nu-i-o ~~~s?

Ship Chandlery - Hardware

Notions, Paints and Oils, Nets and Twines, Salt,

Clothing, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishings.


Trunks and Valises.



S1,1 & Wire Go, t, Gai, i i n and -Fc
ade in Iron. Any Postffice "Gladly Sent
on the Ba) jo Ailii1iG!

Wi,,l Milll ,rh 1T l j, .1 E--0

itIIII Millt~V-r.' jr L 0 ~ ~

j3~4 ~ jji.-J cch l oading;e~lUI~
w00-1 ~C~N O



Tuesday, 8:30 p. m.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m.
Wednesday, 2:30 p. m.
Thursday, 9:00 a. nim.
Monday, 6:00 p. m.
Thursday, 3:00 p. m.
Friday, 1 1:30 a. in.
Friday. 10:00 a. in.





Thursday, July 23b 1903.



-v, lb Tea, ~lb
GraiuL, t 'L 7. .1 e, No .. .. .. 5
C 'feUIN..~zGunpowder. 40)
0, Uucol'd J ap-4O-GO
Lt broW II. 6 cond ittilk, ')call

A'hU %l ~12-15 s woeteiied....10
,~oe ~nas31ib 25 11ak lug pow de.ur
10 iekcr ~t ......0 .oyal
~co '" 2Oa6l1 canlipbell. .....10
~1Li.~1lii ~Carijed fruiti
bondui 1rS~aP~c~ .I'0,
t... .. .. .. .. ... .... S6 1 A 1 p c s .... l.11
k pides V appI-.. ......... 1.

D ried Peaches 8 A.p ,ic'ut ........Ill~- I-)
.'ILI 4) i11)1 pvgal .... 15J st rau I i.'rric .4 .. :01
i~t'Al ......* 20 i'iII2l ihlh ... 10 -;M
?lutorid;L M1 ca 111% c kICann N1 ea t
10 it vlL'.....l...t.....I

u t te e r l.. b. . I l tpri '

13 . . . . . Coin .....
jelly, glasS ia Iti2 Pea-;.
Fggs. per o..1
1, Ito VI0S N S.

kill '. C).S h il
(.uK'IMcal It.411 l~l 1'l
Corn perl' Mu 8a3 1tm an

'O 10611.
%v1t:1" Il.se.5tj 1 0 q tort 7 5
Sicc .. .t0"', me~
3j:Llt, Vpr iLI. tt lri .

Md'ism, per. jImtI 'wa Sha "
GMIVwiroduI)ItY J11"e-41)
S ie ilg . 0atI Fla")Teiil

it "Vol 1uiakmiSpa% 15 c 's ..

II Y l.Ap cr yd. .7 5 ,14, ch'cckz p. lii. --

Ilivei inges p d. 3 '. .cFaim ms;olb...
0. 1it la.... 15 S Ili. -

11i -Y el prmC t.I 5,t1) i .1.5 'Im;, d.; p r 111 .
Itr~ .. .. .. .1 ..) VI~rSlk INk I
R op '.r s tkI . ... 7* (I,'JI ,il i4 0 lic......

FitUIT an I N I I TS.l 4

- i'hid~- .... -' l "
FI kh-1
F .sli Saltl
Slullct ipr do. 25c Mullet pr l.1l 1 i
Tro' l .. ......... 25 T rout........ .*
ol ia o pr lh. 6 Pomlpaio.... 1I0.00
Stlur uio ...... 10 M iMac er" .... 8.100
I,UM 1BE1.

I.-,irt, ; m ...$14.00
Face ,, ... 12.00
Rap s ... 10,00
sDrop siding,
Heart tace pIIm 14.00
Sao t" I10.00

leafrt| 5liugles, 2.5)

Special Report to the Buoy. Special report to the Buoy.
Sweet siiinmnertiimo is1. here again., We ae.e having three steamers oni
The baroiietiIr r- gitered 96 'i> tihl' tlie line fi'om ln ere to Peusacola, to-
'-hinIe, ',lay, A.ig. 20U. wit: the steamer Vernon, the J. P.
i he liarpy, Beckie Lee, formrcily Williams and the Bulle.
the property of .1. W, Andlerson, now W. F. Russ, justice ot the peace,
owned by Capt. 8, W. and J. W. had the misfortune to lose his dwell-
Anderson is now being repaired by ing house and all its contents by fire
Capt. S. W., and when completed, on Sunday. the 5th of this month,
\\iil be one (of tile sttronget a,] while hminsoell and family were all at
swil'telt crafts 'if her clas on the church.
3iay. A T'err.ile Reve ation.
The new tu-i'wOltine still of the M. S arcey vwais at one time very
"shortsightd, but a successful operation
ful of Vickcrs & McKeinio, iear maide him long sighted to an extraor-
.ndelerson is now very nearly ready diary degree. This restoration of his
fo.t imaniafacturin g naval stoles. -siaght was net altogether an unmixed
blessing. For the first time since his -
T'lie schr. Weiskellet, Cap:. C. childhood he could see things nt a dis-
S. Anderson, arrive, from Pensaco- tance. His homlIAe, that he iLt ',,ht so
la with frei for J. W An son fine, was found to be neglected and
la with freight for J. Anlmeson dirty; his precious china was chipple
0C b. Anderson, A. J. Gay and Vick- and cracked; his bo-oks were soiled and
ers & Mckenzie, Saturday afternoon,, torn. But the er.,,:.. blow came
when a grand luncheoon wivas given to
the 18th inst. -el.rto lhe rst'rl-tion of the critic's
I'. E. Jerniigil wlhoi has bee,:i -p!-l.!t. V'." ii \1. r, iln i',.l in great
s I *ga i e e k 11 i.mr il er l..1 .,i!." in t L. r \,.kiry 1,'-t.
at M ilton, airriveil M jiin la the Jl .ihl i,, ,.,, r. i. il l,, l lv ii
inst. via. C' lej i and Vei in. iir t (oe'i ts. Ld Ih t l- i1,1e wa-n. sight
l l, Is ne e cI- l a .l vl ini l iE ll i's li-1 .- 1 ..i 1 I t.. i' .. u l
_11.1 a .S VVI', 1.____

ijirIu',Al. 1 1a1 t?, ;I IsMIit.1 I01111"
riuui f want or it. 1nd I saw his eve wan&ra.-_r n 2 )i.ot Inl
1. J. WV. Aiilerson has just received a '''i~t ihI shl e rit -.i ve, inr(I ist r(e\s He
t a h~1) l~. 1 C0sio itoreau(Idlooked miserable.
11 ~fre' Iiiiii p I)'Of. dry g-oi '4~awi gro *%-: rtlho e(WT,- l~ io -dr.:I Zit-I to nit,

uilt[ L. 'itlt. is a iul'er o f .~le a t 111, .(1'1.;I d f t lo .i''.. [ i 1 V1 i.i i!
II.1 14htip !; Lh if.4 I:. 4 *. t ll1''. I I'y l

I44 i it te.U e

f : :.: ~ I i : '!'!jtI. 111 t I- -

(I) vr='~1orkt') ~Inl, sf-I A or41. 4 4III IIH.rl~Lt~

$1 r)(I5 Unelth idneys MakeI,- impure Bloo:..; s r' I"a'fl.(aU*I!'' l

Alvterboo-nW ou o dy Weaksens u oghcd!' t it 1:j Ii L'. 1. O.. e7;11:'all,!
your kur idneysoneecythemnue. u e-toi'.f.'hr II3v"lnt
5 Unealhy KTne eMkireyImp are Byour I).
All te*blod inyourblody Pawe t;'.h e'u'' i. IIit
44.0(3 ~ ~ ~ blod urifiers, they hftii'lir .t- :,l.l
ttr oat 11hic '.'.'aste or
Sirnpuriiins in the blood. airtillery, til'y QU ~Ott 11LC.4.1 i 11
-4)Et4% ~If the:, are sick or cut ~atci hll. aud. c! 1,4o 115 thoii -IIIIs
.11 e-f order, the:, fail to d-, were to (Ie II- 1LJiot-r. thley voltdd iiot
th5r ork *ee tSuCeted Il iifxinig :1 Fgri'p1plizn Iron
--r---,;~~ Fains, aches and rhe-u- Iuan aiEngmlI1..h rl-uin-ri.Thi. u-il.
15: rnatism comne from ex- their own-Iu 'sw t*t-ITrr; li. thoy
c,ssof uic a id i the i~oud Inilet Iu i tt~i.e ill ;*i l ji Tliqe-
-blood, due to neglected h'ad] endured lfor five horurq to p ir' torn
k1 *~~~ id P.n'Irouub:-.I
:;I'$1 Kid-',y.' r c. u'O!~c a u zs-qu irk.o r u nr: -e a d.,to i'ie~t'S hIiy ('Uuill iiJt, S:1J thaai t Nahis
*.... $2 h 1: :Latsnai rnak-s one feel as though l.-piihSur,) h rudi
ht. ,--'h --h:iv tr:-UL c. t. ecat-se the heart is il e o apt .
01?' -'.I r~Inl..lmr.ing thick, kidney- Oe Vu,,lue(a f N-6 I tk- ba
1571?1 r. LI. 1. dthr~u-,h vein7 an-! arteries. OI m 60 1 t~n tO tttr 1Jn1

It "' Ad 1 ; L : .t .-rc..:i r t.,at ,nly urinary rupts vw, ; c'ou
tro',alcs wwne t6o be traced to the kidneys, means of pctliugi
but now modern science proves that nearly "I know how w
all c n.._iiu .rc.i diseases have their begin- one.
ning in kidney trouble. "How?" asked t
If you are sick you can make no mistake 'How. ad l
by first &octoring your kidneys. The mild "Raise a dollar
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's a cipher after the
Swamp-SRoot, the great kidney remedy is "Where will we
soon realized. It stands the highest for its Then the scheme
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases capital.
and is sold on its merits Moral.-The gre
by all druggists in fifty- .;.'': is in raising the fi
cent and one-dollar siz- -. ... -1 H e.rIld
es. You may have a J`--'^. erd
sample bottle by mail Home of Swamp-Root. Changed
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find entrtainin-
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. t
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer railway nimnager
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y. tity was not kno
Don't make any mistake.but remem- lector of an outly
ber the name, Swamp Root, Dr. Kil- walking through t
moer's Swamp Root, and the address, the collector surp
1Bifi-hamton, N Y. on every bottle quest for his ticket
"My face is my
ProKre'slve Tippling. much Ileas:intry.
A correspondent of the Lancet tells "Oh," said the
a story in reference to the rapid growth are to punch all t
of the habit of tippling which may be
developed in unsuspecting subjects. A Sto-yy of
Two elderly ladies, he says, were sur- The story is told
praised by a visitor In the act of drink- at one time, when
lug neat brandy. Upon his expressing power, a lady c
some surprise they said that brandy seeching him to
had been recommended to them as a life. Ie scornful
capital preventive against cholera and turned away she
that they first took it with water, and upon the paw o
then they took it without water, and turned upon her
now they took it like water. have you no human

Thus Spoke the Cynic. The day that t
"Curious thing about a man with n l tI at
watch is that if you see him take it s frst i)ats his
out and look at it and you ask him that there are tw
two seconds later what time it is he Atchison Globe.
never remembers. He has to look at it VIRODNIA
again." For YOUNG LA[
"Yes; I've noticed that he'll always Opens Sept 21
do it-if his watch is a fine one."-. leading'Schools fo
Chicago Tribune. South. New bu
-- ..equipment. L'arn
* mountain scenery
L. M, Ware Will Buy It Back. famed for health.
You assume no risk when you buy ican teachers. Fu
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar- ion. adantaifies in
ion. Certificates
rhoea Remedy. L. M. Ware, St. Andrew from 30 States. F(
a.nd Bayhead and all medicine dealers MATTIE P. I
will refund your money is you are not sat-
isfied after usir g it. It is everywhere ad- a
iiitted to be the most successful remedy Cea
in use for bowel complaints and the only "revor
one that never fails. It is pleasant, safely H:a
and rel able.

Heart, m. .$14.004O
Face .. 12.)00
Sap ... 10.(10
Cla phoards,
,x(iui n. vu. .$192.

inrd..is 12@ 15.
iati, P V ni .... 2.1
Iloat liumnier,
dressed .... $20

How's Thris ?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY&CO., Pros., Tolcedo,0.
We the undersigned, have known F. J.
Oleney for the last 15 years, and believe )
nim perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially ahbl to carry
out any obligations made by their firm.
West & Traux, Wholesale D uggists,
Toledo, 0.
Walding, Kianan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally
acting directly upon the blood aid mul
cous surfaces of the system. Price, 75c
per bottle. Sold by all druggists, Testi-
1ni0hials. free.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
The First Almanaes.
The almanac, properly so called in its
origin, is not merely a device for keep-
ing people in mind of the progress of
the year. It is an attempt to show
what destiny hns in storn, for us as ifi-

any particular year, and as, according
to nstrologi-o:l lore, the d. stli.i.s of
meu are ruled by the different asp,.ts
of the plInnMlts. so also the human body
is suhject to the iitflulnc' of the con-
stellations through which the sun ap
pears to pass in his yearly course. A
Fr.,neh almanac of 1610 gives a dia-
gram of the human body surrounded
by all the signs of the zodiac and indi-
(<.tes the various organs and members
over which these sigus have power,
_. .*J.l.a ma eA- .w**. ,1.^ vs1 l .i Ir cq gnifrya-np

S-'rersonll. ,-
E. N. Dekle, banker Cipley i
taking a few days va iy on .
,I atio oil tih,
Bay with his family.
Miss Annie o lBr 'iv Ir, ,lw .1
is huie for her Oii a ,tti ro
iioiniths summer sojou.
the Stone House.etat
'.- lie family of W. G ceonnell of
(C)ok is established the Ec r.
hollse for ltil. .se'i.' a'im. 1 ..
spends his Siiil y. it. theml..

I'ronql og time -.
William R. Travers, re.
city broker, (illone oe-CI oae New Yor
go to an address In subu 'a '.ire to
but, being unctinouainted nit Dr. klyn,-
ity, accosted a stranger thil tskeld di-
rections. It so li:il-imi'd at th.. tran-
ger stuttered aniI stint m at th -ntran-
badly as Travters, who rd b*tit as
had made two or three lter the man
tempts to ,uswer grew ry underal at-
the impres.sibn he was ngry under
and botly icluiir': ocked
"Howd d-dare you t-t-tr --mock
me?" tom-m-mock
"E x-ex -excuse m-me!" '
-rn-me!" li the
stranger. "I have n ni--I pedi-
ienelt in ln-my s-s peL" .,
'*Oh, I s-s-s-ee!" st r "l r. v
the look ( 'f anger glvin'i 'a balook
of .y.m ithetic cr -l

S--si-siti? Hie c-.-cureld i-Tu."-Phil-
adelphia Times.

FlrNt Love.
People wlo 'iiiirry while v. ry young
nr.e apt to li;l'J '.lit whlon. it s bit lhiat
thut ti'y liV11, v im I t! thu Ll'';i ,"-t lUi.s-
ttke ihi til.ir li'.s ;:uki that, thungh it
Iinvy t'-i;l V,-r s,%tv t'J tnilurrvy "the
first a;irIl (lily 1I'ive," this .sa1llm "first
lovue" is It', viry 1:!-1t p.-r ioun i the
world Ibut they ouhglit to h1i'e iirrir',d.
Soine, ilii'"c d.Il, aliln y Ild\vise cotpl s to
m:rrv .y lhk-re thly tl're out (filthei' tet:Lnls
and settIl down before tihe distructlons
of the world can ntlhmipt to shake their
illkegl:inc to eacli oIther, but this set-
tling down too often proves to be a
meretr !.wporary phase and is followed
lby an unsettld. condition thnt lasts for
the re-t of theIr unhappy lives. See-
ond thoughts are often best In love.

First .After Dinner Speech.
"I wonder who tunole the tirst after
dinner sp-I' C'.li'" 1isk'id the pbilo.,sopher.
"A ll, it." r. t11, '.1 tIlIe WiS gtuy llui!p lt-
ly. ".\.- P. :1 i.s hle ,-oit thlrougli with
the ( ri.t- Of tlI:i at m r-,i' li' S'i2 "T ii.i w o-
lu l ('ri',1t,' ,hi d,' d didn't li07 '-<-'iei rln-
ni~ t' i i ii ,'.-r ,'iil "'ril!iiie. .:

Working Night and lay.
Thlot 1osiest, and mighitiest-Jittlc thing
iliat ever was made i.' Er. Xinu's Ne\.
Li e Pills. These pillt chnstL( weak-
i-ss into strength, litlo.ssriss into 2n.
ci' A, braiii-fa, into ,irv;al ) po-.i'.
They're wonderful in bpilb nr up the
lhalth. Only 25c i.er box.iSold by A.
H. Hrake. IL|ui- l
.jiikvt TJr us> ia (ri c.
A 1t 1ni ml 0'-t! m.) r40 't S1,1i I OlI'A t(.r da.i

n i t:1i 1,i- .1 li i Aii ' r .i \ i 1n 1
.!in.," :-..' *.1 -',!,, !' '* ir't~lit'cr to v.'ui]-

Hair Fniw.

"I tried Ayer's Hair Vi; .0
stop my hair from falling. One-
half a bottle cured me."
J. C. Baxter, Braidwood, Ill.

Ayer's Hair Vigor is
certainly the most eco-
nomical preparation of its
kind on the market. -A
little of it goes a long way.
It doesn't take much of
it to stop falling of the
hair, make the hair grow,
and restore color to gray


$1.00 a bottle. All druggists.

If your druggist. cannot supply you,
send us one dollar and we will express
you a bottle. Be sure and give the nameI
Sof yournearest express office. Address,
* J. C. AY1ER CO., Lowell, Mass.

Crude Logic.
It is told of an East Indian Inw st
dvi, In") 0 confusion by d to ], ( n a illi. -,I state." "h ow :,'; I I.
s0o hI; MiN.I.; .asl-.od by tht, ") tI:'V .Q
examiners, many of them rnorried mi
The student smiled benatfi!eily.i. "M,
'i; ("u q!;',"!' h "is a lottery, ai d'i
teries are forliddon liy inhw."
II v I1r) -.I:.' :t M \ ,-i. 'I h ir ('<.zi
V u. i i 1 u -i., r in. :,

- i l ,u- "O ,2it li; ... L 'l l, : r-[ ..l .-*. .i',t i
ks h 1 t1 .. ;-i ; t 1 .1 . i i .
Son Kio'v \VI t in, voll rerT.ak

\ h I A V t .LI I t \ T rc i g CI I]
I Lt I.II,. III .'I -'JI L .I-I

r Ie s v.i i : h
.A ; .' :. ,: : . .1 ,- c. -r" I'
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li i l. t '.A :. I 1 1:- I I I I
t .1 I i l o l z 1 1 1 U Z* U ;( I I l. l I l l llJ Ii
u r tl.-lit ,rv, eutihi il ,[t rrI t.l [lI t 'lli;,
alloll to slip iito .e:<-l, a. iii .s;igt, cir
:nilir of his \\ if', \who \\as seekilrg pat
i,'uis. The .Jirl-prIse and consteruatlou
)f tlhe luviited guests at receiving the
wo documLents may easily be Imag
Iii.i-siil li'ing H la y.
"YoU tlil i o I :n t wt-ek thih t yol
.'nuIlJ try to r'ii.-,,_ iu .,;l:iry, said

".ly( s." rejilii'd 1hi' .L 0DJp 13-eT
'.'l.I didl. I 'N iNCId It after soniei
'Lro iI 1 do. Bvltwe m.mie. I Imaid a v~ery
liaud hi We m aki-n~g it this weei~k."'

The Best Prescription for Malaria

1 11. 1 1141 Fio i r I?' z f.Irm l ol 4. IN l'' C,
fi)I M N ..I V 33 I c .
The AVOe'sof CEIpLi.
''~i-n I slm' 1'~kl'.', il 1\1i"Ss i



i1sitr iUg I\s. and r 1i. . A_ sli htes' p1ro.' ;ll i-.I."
in cad.di money. "$." st:i' if t i :. t a vessel "Whatt's been happ'bi'?" askl.d
e can make $9," said drifi:.'.: im t- ti. r.-.-ky ith a strong Miss Olina Jefferson Tompkins.
obrei-ezt 1.1r.:;- s ., -ole, f !"i; ,''.r Rastus Pinkley come around'
nhe other. The artist t uk his wo bcme to re- trying' to kiss me, an', so as not to seem
note to ten by placiLg arrange th 'vt1d. too willing' an' audacious, I smashed
one" ---- 'im wif a flatiron, an' jes' foh dat he
raise the dollar?" tsnuIon. 1 jilted me."-Washington Star.
ae failed for want of "Willie, di 1 on lIatl anlkr. Speedway t
Sfor taking to ,lriv'e." s;il the CURES BLOOD POISON, CANCER,
-at financial difficulty mother of ; -i:.ll boy -oLkitout.-ly. No ULCERS.
rst dollar.-New York answer. 'Tin tIUi-stion ras i.rleated If you have olfen.-it' pimples or
Still no answer. eruptions, ulcers on any part of the
"Willie, do you hear nut? Did-you body, aching bones or joints, falling
His Ticket. thank Mr. S; -t dway for 6Lin g you to hair, mucous patches, swollen gland's,
story is told of a drive?" skin itches and burns, sore lips or
in Wales whose iden- "Yes," w\-l. p-'i-.l WilliP. "I'ut he told gums, eating', festering sores, ,sharp,
wn to the ticket col- me not to ,:rm.i.lon it."--Ife. gnawing pains, then you suffer from
ing station. He was i serious blood poison or the beginning
hlie station door when -GentQ' and ladies' O ford Tis .at of deadly cancer. You may be per-
rised him with a re- j. R Thoinl,,on*s. manently cured by taking Botanic
At. h-Blood Balm (B. B. B.) made especinl-
ticket," he said, with Very Remarkable Cure ot Diarrhoea. ly to cure the worst blood and skin
"A.bout ,IN 41ah ._.IIfr te fl. t1 1ue diseases. Heals every sore or ulcer,
About \. ,l.,rtl,of.t ti, n even deadly cancer, stops all aches
collector, "my orders in lmy life, I 1,.l a uu'I iunii iid severe at- and pains and reduces all swellings.
tickets tack of diairhoei," says MWs. Alice Mil- Botanic Blood Balm cures all mali-
ler, of Morgan. Texas. "Ifot tempora- gnant blood troubles, such as eczema,
Sobespierre. ry relief, but it came back a:ini, and scabs and scales, pimples, running
at of Robespierre that h i and for six l ye sores, carbuncles, scrofula. Druggists,
Sat theheight of his ad for sx lve uf- $1. To prove it cures, sample of Blood
called upon him, be- feared more misery and agoy tl,:,, I c A Balm sent free and prepaid by writing
spare her husband's tell. It was worse than dch. My hus- Blood.Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe
lly refused. As she bad spent hundreds of dollars for physi- trouble and free medical advice sent in
happened to tread cans' prescriptions and tr tment with- sealed letter.
f his pet dog. He out avail. Finally we mov1 tio Bosque B
tand asked, "Madam, county, our present home, iid one day I
happened to see an advertisement of A .
he boy baby puts on lharnbeilain's Colic CholeOt and Diar- Is the Place to Buy
mother begins to feel rhoca Remedy with the te4inmonial of a flothin' and Gents'
o men in the house.-- man who had been cured by it. The E .oin
case was so similar to my atn that I de- Furnishing Goods
i COLLECE termnined to try the remrnedy.| The result At Rock Bottolnm Lrices!
OLLwas wonderful. I could Urdly realize At his Store may also be found Coin-
)IES, Roanoke, Va. that I wasFwell f
IE, R oanoke, Va. t tha was well g;iah, .or 1.i Ve it coni. stantly on Hand, a Full Line of
r Young Ladie.sin the hI so ft.t-r having sulk.,I oi0, i,t general Merchandise
ildings, piar.os and that one bottle .,- di< in'1. ostitig only AND
pus ten acres. Grand a few cents, cure r'w:"- 't
in Valley of Virginia, M. Ware, t. Andrew andu a 11 and *A Sr' ad
Eurooean anda Amer-
11 course. Conservato- all medicine dealers. A T in Shou
Art, Music and Elocu- -Ru- ll in connection with tile Store, af-
Wellesley. Studcints LEGAL NOTI ES, ford ample opportunity fo.t tihe
or Catalogue address
ariis, President, NOTICE FOR PUBLi ATiON. Repairing of All Kinds of Tiaiware
Roanoke, Va. IHere are manufactured tihe
HAIR BALSAM LAND o .ICE AT G.IN:SVI ", FLA.,j Sheet Iron Box Heatinu Stoves !
mites and beautifies the hair. July 2 1903. ) Wlhich are so deservedly popular.
iotes a luxuriant growth.
rer Fails to Restore Gray Notice is hlereby given th the follow-
Scalp diseases & hir falling. Ilg-natned settler hats filed notice of his A call at B. V Bock's Store will
50c,andi.LOuat Druggists intention to make final pro in support convince all persons of the genuiin'o

1) LER ]N N

General M erclhanidise.
Here are Some of the Best of Reasons why You should gi\e me a
Very Lilerzal Sihalte of Yo ,ur (uil. ltil:
I eamdle a \V E!LL-SEI':(ECTEI)D STOCK OF STAPL (00Ei), ....
as you need every day, amild pay thie freight on 0ll goods, butill flour, -,:At t,
feed to tany postoffice-on tihe Last Iayv Mail Rollute.
I buy j diciously, paying cash for mny gouw;s ad ltlying itn the Lowett
Ma rl'ets.
1 sell )'or Cashl- one price to all, niid th .at's thie lox ,e' ;,.ice. I endeh.nvr
to treat all with i niforrn courtesy, and will give- spe-ctal ni;eltioli to M.1il
lany have alronay discovered these facts t) ourir m1nnit advtl a .-. vnt le. l
S iiore are joinig the ranks every day. Yours for ti ade,


General Merchandise!


C ooking and Heat

Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Etc.

A Full Line of Undertaker's Sup-

)lies and ilutrial (Caskets !



S1' f I CI
'' '. -L -j- 1r ." _" i .
I, l I .,.? 4


D rugs, Medicies, Fallcy Tole01t Ariclos

SI Handle no Quack Nostrums.

D R, J, J, K ESTER, M, D, Dru aist.

Dealers in e!al Estata,



And Payment of Taxes for Non-Residents


In Effect April 14, 1901.

No 4
12:35 1'n,
2:22 p. ii.
4:22 "
8:25 "

No, 2
11:05 p.in.
1:02 a.m.
2:55 "
7:30 "


SPensacola, A
Flloin aoi,
New O'-lcanis.,


No. 8
5:00 a.m.
2:33 a im.
12::"0 n'n
b:00) p.m.

No. 1
41:00 p.mn
2:430 '*
1:25 "
9:30 a mn..

No. 2 No. 4 No. 1 No 3
11:05 p.!m.. 12:35 p. in. Leave Pensaoola Arrive 4 00 p.m. 5:00 a.in.
(il5" a. In. t6:30 Arrive Montgonmiy Leave 11:15 a in. li;: p.ntm.
11:51 1 9:12 Birinha 8:3 4:05
2:30 '" 8:50 a.m Louisville '* b:15 p.m. 2:45 a.m.
7:20 11:59 O Ciiicinnati IA" (,:lii 1 l:l1,'o.m.
7:20 p.m 1:30 p.m. St. Louis 4 :1c 8:55 "
No. 21 No. 3, N.' 2 No 22
Daily. Daily. AI.,iilv I ialy.
11:55p.m. 7:00 a in. Lv I' AiIa,'i l,i A 1 1 :.1':, p mI. 6:30: 1i
12:15 n't 7:13 Hi l.n. ii ia. ll'-:: I.1ii
12:20 7:16 Y ni.-ll <;' )l~l-
12123 7:18 E-.;imljia. in .... 5.;,7
12:35 7:25 'N M iilait4 I) _' "
12:39 7:28 "1 -.- Ilat 'i i ,
12-50 A 7::'G ... ( lt. (C'ilt. :., "
12:58 7:39 M ilLou itlOf : -'l '
1:30 a. m ... Cood Range 4:2, "
1:55 8:15 Holt : :5 4:35 "
2:20 8:30 Milli-an J:20 4:11 "
2;33 8:38 Crestview 1:13 4:00 41
3:00 8:56 Deer Land 8:55 3.34:
3:23 9:10 Mo.-sy Head 8:410 3:l(1 "
4:0 9:35 DeFuniak Spring-s 8:18 2'4-
4:18 9:44 Argyle 7:44 2:31 "
4:4C 9:57 Ponce de Leon 7:2 2:13 "
5:00 10:10 VWetvillo 47:17 l",5 "
5:08 1::15 Caryvillo 7:12 1:49 "
5:33 10:30 Bonifay 6:55 1:27 "
6:00 10:47 Chlpley (;:37 .1:04 "
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Monte ; '

Foley's Kidney Cure will positively cure any case of

Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the

reach of medicine. No medicine can do more.

If you notice any irregularities, commence taking

Focfy's Kidney Cure at once and avoid a fatal malady.

A Merchant Cured After Having Given Up Hope.
Foley & Co., Chicago.
Gentlemen:-I was afflicted with Kidney and
Bladder trouble for six years and had tried numerous
preparations without getting any relief and had given
up hope of ever being cured when FOLEY'S KIDNEY
CURE was recommended to me. After using one
bottle I could feel the effect of it, and after taking
six fifty-cent bottles, I was cured of Kidney and
Bladder trouble and have not felt so well for the past
twenty years and I owe it to. FOLEY'S KIDNEY
CURE. James Smith, Bentons Ferry, W. Va.

A Veteran of the Olvil War Cured After Ten Year*
of Suffering.
R. A. Cray, J.P., of Oakville, Ind., writes:-
"Most of the time for ten years I was confined to my
bed with some disease of the kidneys. It was so
severe I could not move part of the time. I consulted
the best medical skill available, but got no relief until
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE was recommended to me.
I am grateful to be able to say that it entirely cured me."

Refuse Substitutes



StooliLS. "Sew,

Frash and of Guarantem Pnrity.

VOFors His Professional Services to-the Citizenis af St, Andrews anid
Sutrrowli iu Coiuntry.
F, 4 tt his r6sieit lle t )n l ii I V istia aveitno ;at nIighit.


A. N I, "C.I T Y i E A U IJ A N'rt
jr Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
"'Ih st you can'it tiin1 t any other Store, conime to the R A C K E T
S T OR E ii 'et.

Hot MIeals at All Hours of the ?av.
1ill,'',i:II,@,,I. Cup of Coffee, i5 Cs. -i C p Or Te o1 CIs. !, 7 ,,!B

Fresh Bread, Pies and Lakls, 1S0 tiA a
J. GOI).LltD, 'I'i riettr.



d". )V ri' and (,ilopd

ie invites the purchasing public to call,
Examine his stock and GET PRICES.

Pays the Highest Price for Green Salted ALIGATOR HIDES.




One Month, postage paid ................. ... $ .(,,
Thrt e Months, Dostage paid...... ............ 1.50
Six Months, postage paid.................. 3.00(
One Year, postage paid.... ........... ....... 6.00


Semi-Weekly Edition........... Six Montls $ .l50
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All communications and remittances slhoullii b) addlres;ed to
The Florida Times-Union and Citizen,
.I. ( iKSN1 INVILLE. I I, .

'1~3 sil i0371 e*,

By Eva Williams Melone'

CovP7rlght4, 1V02, by tfieI
S. Z.MI'(ThnClr (omp~pl;

wm r I 1 1 BIPll B"I -*ww i

per under de
man dat widoi
to de trouble, a,
"So you co0ni,'
"Well, not j
edge. I thawtd
au' see how d
light on de pro
pusson'8 eye 11
"Why, the
enough, of coun
ural, Uncle El.
seemed for t
formed into thl
"Well., -ah, I
de sisters sev'
conclusion *i,1
grass jes' 'lItu
'sCUSs de 1'i 111
chain' no -i,
wife am a iLP-
callin'. But .,
no regler '1.''
what ims'l- I
'u'd batter lt,-
kyards, no .,-
"But dat I',-
my fus' wite,
t( j As' h... i 't
S. rL- I I l i i' s.'
SJ.i It unt,,'l. ,l
: s c' ',. d t ,

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br '-b 1. t i,-w 1.

d:' Ioiesii. '-11

kill l I lit iw- l ri-
Brother Hankins was up before .11, ri ".'i.,r \',,' ti'
twice P.radbury for assault and batty' r 1 "11,-,. ri'.fjl. (U
-Brother IIanklns, who had akl ,... tri.-- ju.sh.
considered "going to co u t" as the :i siI iit .t1' t'f
step toward a trip to the nether I.. per r it do.-u:?
; SOus$. f'-VI l I DIO I'ti
. Miss '11.rI y P
Yet it iva., peI(rfectly e vidnt from I
Silll *)5 I elilli]l
"jutf that BrDil'lr Tjiaukl)s Wa gish' h;. ,it,
;;f the chliirge l i;, lit a hn; t lii i (.it,., bi ',
fh it hlie litl Is; :i tod De;Icon i1'. Ir. i,, r. n ',
Smith. The di'!: 1'cnl's mianifold .*'... t 'li'.i ',', f'l,'.
luallife'st pers'i n.' ,! .,to'aer ,tient' ts pro. .1 i, '' ',l,'t
hie tfa(ts, alTd th oatls of various li I ..
ni'sses cliiil'ed theI pioouf. | .. Ii .."
Nirottier liankli s' couIIseI so ghr ..
'stiablish the IeaIi that lhiere W\Ire I .
K'gatinIg crr'illllst:l Ices, and LBro'' I ', I
al cln s was'a allowed to t (n f tl(, sti .I ,1 , '
1 is ow n b''hilf i' [ ;! l l s i , ,,
t(op ill tl w m',.,V had ) l ), ]U 't;t ., ,- I b r" I'l
t h ": 1 r o p n 'r t il i n g N v i l c 'l ( w a n t e d ,, , r I , ,1
u1 1 M IIiti t' !' and s1 ld i: i r,. I '
'"' sh')' cili' no tim s'pri'spd to i- .' I oI '
loe heah, edge. den I is to be heah, 1,utr l i ,I
tiesht an' Ilood is flesh an' blood, a.,' ;
dey cain' stan' no mo' de'i dey kin." ,' h. .
"But you are a minister of the gosl I ,. I ,.l r.
Uncle IIu !k, and His such don't ', l : ,'. ,,'i ,
tliink it is 'very lluib collins g for you to ,, ', ", '
be getting nto a colinon figit?" i., ...i.
"Buit lenitueI tell yo', jedge, dis liea t, .r-, I n,. r
aln' no 'onmn oln figlt. an' ef ary one ob *, .1- i ., -
lily flelItbeits haid er beeu cotch In secli li l '4l 'I.i
a box an' had"' cr tit I'd er tliawt ). .
.loult be ai putty good clu'ch 4lIenie.u ''l'A"14 fi
but lie wa'n' tno pIece oh a Ilan." '.1 I
"How is t at, .lncl'e lank?" said the, i,'
iudge. "It setens a very plain case of : i,-1. Iri,
assault and battery, and I don't see h.'.'. i'..I i,,'
where the mitigating circumstances maglsteri.J lr
romel n." "After hi, :i
'.Dat's bvkase yo' hain' 'come ae. eort Is I,; 'i"
quainted wki dem suckunmstances an' caseof jutri. ii

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caiil' jes' zlCkly segasherfy how miti- ''
duty h1 i.' ir.
gatln' dey reely am, edge. Yo' see, I dls-ii lrg,, 4 i
wuz de pastor at Possum IHoller, an' not com 1.- ip
dere wa'un' nutfln but peace an' good costs In j',
will in my cougergashun tell de dea- pleasure r- p,
cocs 'gun at nime to marry. My wife, yo' the worl.ii.iso.
know, been dead sev'al tniont's."
"Well, you didn't object to that, did Getti ng
you?" Andi the judge gave Uncle Hnll M.str' t1 '
kins a know ing wink. .. .1 2 -
Ver) !,, II u,'lhr
"W ell, sah, I1 a'n' jest' ,z ekly sho,' aver- .l rl.-l.'
'bout de maitah. 1 'low"d I w uz p>i ftty a rny--ri't'.-s''--
cotitf'table wid lmy daughter Kyarlinel. to i.- I',l
so I said to de breddren of hlit 's :ill (it
S. *litt V illoiil I
s;ln e I'd JI' : s :.; hi;"; I. \"A i/.. ,',nt, ; h t [,l" 'ss-i
s Ai ; dey 'low hlit o t loit lnek s('aiuela, -i ,-Il Stat
Wit 'u'd be l.eiler furf die 'ie "ch lh ert I'd
git lie a pardnli r f'iln nallion' e dsio 'l-
ters; dat bit l.kildt'r keep de sisters In a ', ' ,
stew when de Plaistr's a widow i' mai." tw I.' ,. '
"TJo many of tbelr with an eye n e e on 1. 'i
Min. *.li. Uncle Hank?" put in the 1'. ,, ,r,,',' ,,
"' < -,:r, i 4,,,
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I 4, i I [auk mi modestly, "but de bred B k. I'\,.- ,. ,
i-'I. ', pt de matter so strong dat 1 li r i..... ,
t1., iluled dat ef Zion cain' L ;ros .' t T

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r1.. in"' i,'. i lie's trytn'
,iiu" s.i's.pi.r de tlesh
ih ,-i- t itT. I,-!ge. an' I
L: i,' t r*" i knolIw de.
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i,,'- testimony the
I. t l. this Is a plain
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S, T'lie prisoner Is
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i'. ie can have the
,linf his honeymoon in

.un to Businesm.
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u ld whb-n you t.'ll un"
Iin wlien a person calls
le.. (" 6m. which Ias It
1. .iint.I mo r o alian & -

'(,el(h.d to draw. t 'he tid 'tro'n the bar,
but what was his SlIrprei' (Ion finding
thit the atllegeid hen was 11i' o"ld r'oo;,lter,'
which sirteod about thie stage with
ruled i'feathers nIl o ffien.deid .'v
atid set up Ais vigorIou.s a crowiung as ii
it. hadt ,..i awaktn't'tl 4fro4i iJ u- L111
Dil 4 1 '.n11111 's.
The whole' ilui,.'nlt't shrieked witL.
laughter, and the !;;fl' 1Mad: a bolt for tlhe di'essing room.

Th'i TauAel]i"'ewe ti.
The tuirll';,wed i-s a curioni':5 liira.
lndigeniOus 1o the wlt es't(''Ll piraiii's. I
grows in all directions 'from :a central
stetm, making a lirge flat )iIed, close
to tile ground. lii tite fall, all'ttiw h)ei,
tOui 'ld byI tIn' froAst or dried iy thl,
W(eathe'r, the serjn b'resal'.s off, lthe head
becomes the sport of the wind uind is
driven off ;crviKs the pra:iri., sctatt.eriug
seeds as it goes aud ftiiJlly ibringiing upI
against some obstruellioni which airrests-
its p ogr''ss. Tlihee A.1'weeds hilve bent'
seen pi'ed ten l -et i -'tl i .:u;;-i..t ;i
fence, driven t',irer by tlo Aiid.

't'h<. IRe, r '*Eruih.
"Didn't she In;irry :; 'mhs 1.'n?'"
"No. She lthotgi-t he was a It will bh,'
but he turned out all 'isn't.' "-Iife.

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F' 7~.'7 i. .r. Take LaXatiVe Brol
Seven NIlion brri.s sold in past 12j

reaching' ob a widow Two innqr, Onle .aL
man tould put a stop "I have a lawyer friend whose name
S, is not Hen:'y Peck, but it might be,"'
ed to take a wife, did said a city official.

zackly dat strong, "Last week my wife and I were iin-
Ssorter browse erron' vted to his house for dinner, and-. on
d sorter browse erroun never saw finer silver and china on a
an lay, an' ef my eye table, but food was at extreme low
pussonan' de proper tide. My wife gave me a ,.iI'. t
matter would be easy glance, and I saw the color rise to th.-
That's perfectly nat- cheeks of our hast, but he played the
k." The judge's court agreeable without n v ord .r look of
k." The judge's court disapprovil.
line belug to be trans. disaPr "Both valy ife a 1 ,
court of Cupid.oth my wif ad w
rowse erroun' 'mongst hungry I .Ien we staIt'd I ,o i, ll
lotit's an' come to de eht tie t li te, t id 'ay i i;. t
Slst' 'Mericy Pender-ntr itr
nil de bill, an' when 1 good su t. we 1
S Id her she 'low she elite l tll 'ai.L Ia i 1\,, r i .e i h
I,,h.; dat a minister's Cm e sn(akjltl ,1 nID taui a ;, (it4
lubly an' a mos' holy an olis ur cori r.
'*M ericy say she hain' h"h ,' a id v wi t ' l t ,n",'
place, begin' a lady ti N, id in, wile. _d. ,

d,.r privit, douten no I f y l id ci ,' ,
-'ite, no to-do ob no i hf6i .t lt, rc i ,
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