Title: St. Andrews buoy
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 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: April 19, 1906
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00092
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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3'1'. ANDIZEW, F ij

APRIL i9, 1901;

NO. 5

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U. S. S bldtbr-lst district. S. R. MAi-
lory; Pensacola; 2d District, J. P.
Talsa fer,.p eJ iqqville.
RepreseB I*tt-1bt District S. M.
Sparkma.hal; TahbI; 2d District.
Frank Clark; tNaO City; P,il District,
W. B. Lamatr; B Ilahasse
Land Olce-HRgister, W. 1i. iobtii-
son; Receiver, H. S. Chubb, Gaines
State-Governor, it, B. BrdoS*td; Seo-
retary, H. C. Cr&Wford; Trebkurer,
*W Vs Knott; Attorney-GenerAl W.
H. 1ilis; Comptrtller, A. J, CFbdm;
Superintendent of Public Instruo-
tion, W. M. Holloway; CotalBssilon-
er of AgrlealtUtret E. MtLin.
Btate Senator, & W. Clark, Blounts-
Washlngton County-Repredentative,
W. A. Bryan. Chipley; Coulity Judge,
*J R. Well, Clerk of Court, #Othlty
Plerk, Recorder of Deeds, W. C.
' -Sha -lK ff . gsAJeun. Yer-

77 -" nL, drev;, 'reasarer, Louis H. Howell
V.rnon; Tax Assessor, J. W. Bowen
Duncan; County Superintendent, B
'F. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos
Collins, Vernon; C9unty Commls
loners, B. F. Swinde.. Veron; A
L, Harrill, Chipley; A. M. Porter
Econfina; J. H. Wesley, Polttt Wash
lngton; Eiton Singleton, NXldn.
t. Audirews-Justice of the Peace
olhu Sturrock: Notaries. W. A. Em
tans, A. H. Brake; Deptity Clerk
i'4rcuit Court. W. A. Emmons;
school lDirectors. G. W. Surber, Sr.
P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis
trest, Zadle H. Ware.
'livilie -ostnmst'er. Henry Bovisa
Constable, J. H. Daffn,.
t ,er -- Postmaster and .'otvry PUbUe
W. H. Parker
lallaway-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle,
Saunders-Postmaster, R. Peters.
Allanton-Postmaster, Andrew Allan.
Anderson-Postmaster, S. W. Ander-
West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
Murfee-Po$tmAster, James M. Murfee.
U a-l'ostuistress, Mrs. It. Gay.
t ompkikls ptlniaster, Enet'y Torop-
kins. "
Matybead-.Postmnaster. 0. C. Tomphills.
Cook-Postlltaiter, J. J. Fowler.
WVetappo--Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer..
C;'!1hr"i County Cromauton--Postias-
ter rrai'," W. Hoskins.
nilc:--- l'ostuaster, W. I. Wood-
II(. northern a unt-i via, Atiderson,
"lay, Hay Head and Chipley departs
ev-ry (day except Suuday at lt00
o',lo:k a. 1.,, arrives every day ex-
*.-; l S auyiy at 7:15 p. m.
Su )aii for Ina'i'ison, Mllliville,
S :'rmuntii, Parker, Pittaburti, Cook,
/ I1'ardalp.de aind Wetappo leaves St.
Andrewa every morning except Sun.
day at 5:30 o'clock. dirrives coming
we4tat 7 oJ-ock p. ..
Aptllst-Cleurch Wyowing ave, (fr0t1t-
41t'ark St. Services at 11 a. lb1 ahbd
7:..t p. ll i Sunday School e t erY tith
lay at 10 a. in. Rev. C. L. Joyner,
It-.uudist Episcopal- Church Waus-
inl ton ave. and Chestnut st Sunday
sfhalo| 9 OS0 a. m. eAVery Sunday.
Tere'Jt MAbOuway, pastor.
.'tesbyterlau-Cilircih corner Lorailne
Ave. and Drae M t, l ev. O. C. Dol-
pbh, pastor, (Sundta, school at 9:30
d. h, every Still.4j, .loe0 Stanr-
ocsk. 8Ulit.
:.-hoidl,-- liur.-h coruvr IWyuntinc
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t.C~lI~t, t' u-'.!2 ,'s '* ). sin y per-
1te' ind to e,',.,i sr.,iw a
kTTh0RNEY AV L6AW, Chipla Fla.
!~jCPsma Laid a'ar~m mi ;teotion g ive~n
tO a!) iiawL*rs 4sEjnL)LEM l- I,. My te[t'-.

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'.-r,, n ii'' i. -i .- * r '*. O f
fle'P-dit atmtl'. *.;O'! fi LitaI].,ai %e-
'. eAi'd Chi. 1orn i)l i. ll NI ,tarial
rk s,olicted -and gienu i'rompt At-
te tion.
Pfl slciau aud Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of Bayvie'v, offers his profes-
sional services to the citizens of St.
Andretw@ and vicinity, lItesideuce on
BuelaiV' VlAta avenue.,
DR. J. J.1. R EIL
Flomoeopatbie Physieldfd and hedtit-
caeur. ltfce Pionued1 Drug tore,
W'. H -A tifER. 7
Notary Puinlic tur thi State of Flor-
10a at Lgrpe. (atlhe at 1'a,'keI. Fla.
Conveynnc'ng :u for ." omi-r
r =*=- .--:. by the Chl.
S;l placed
S* . -' ae:. p-eveuts
S: 1 it ha
S' :.-: rtilize a
S. g the day's
id-' ter the water
-..= ,..-r succession. They were for-
terly used in the same manner In
rngland. Charles I. had an officer of
is household designated, as mast6 of
tIm cot'morants. -.

AT St. ANbirEW, 'LA.
OnDe Dolliti, Year lit Aitirhihbe,

Entered Sept 81 1191, at.It; Andrew,
Fla., as second claps matter, tinder
Act of Congr.ss of March 3. t179.


Display ad. rates, 50c. per Inch per
mioihth, Position and extraordinary
oonditiion 'htes subject to special
"Local Drift." 5c per line, iat inser-
Lion; 21c each subsequent. Display
ItJtals double above rates.
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If this paragraph is checked with a
ftiA&Iptith )Itls qe ir-"-1'aidtom two
or three extra numbePs Will be seht
you that no break may occur should
you choose to renew.

Correspondence of the Buoy.
.litir St. Andrews Buoy-
Dear Sir: The remnant uf t.he
St Aitliew (:olony here in Chicago,
wh, hlia.'o aen denied the privilege
,of ptasin.g the winter in St. Andrew.
are vety much wortied over the safe
ty antd Welfare of their founder and
Mikado, J. D. Co8fiana, tano word hav-
in1. bten receivrtl fron hifu for some
tstavs and teek--i fact it has run
iiinto i.,niths sietle hli Royal Highniess
latNw '.,siti i mIi ctaleie with this brethret,.
11P left here. ab out the 1. t of Decentz
etir, dreset' i.. his b811tid y Clutlies,
witll a grip |paa'k,-d >,ti, a suit of
oet alls, jumper; old cap .saw, haim-
mier, !qua e and compass, a, d about
,*,tt anid a-hall pounds of nails, stat-
iltg that he was-going to St. Andrew,
'atd Irutol there he wants to work Ills
way to Chipley, building the depots
along the new railroad right of way.
It -waa with sad hestts that we bade

him aood-bye, and w ith sad thoughts
that WE had to battle with old winter
here in the North. instead of basking
in thlue sbnashine-of St. And.aew) but
titu for a .hirmt-ent did we think any
iiarnucv'ould-comne to our beloved Mi-
kado, ait hie assured ns he would not
trumt himself to tht boom, ot the
GOulf of Metico (the only part of the
journeyy thit, we feared for his safety)
iu oader t o reach kia i detination; .but
-by a- cetInmuniicatiott rireived from
tamut in-c, his arrival we find lhe took
advvantage of1 ,,itr ahSe,.ce atdl used
,'lhe Galf ase a meot(s it traitsporta.
'ea, and we see tlanhiful Is., ay, ar-
v,vd .tmIv 'i St. A'cndret*a 8iice
anaii, wuId trois himt has- been re-
',ired iicet'tl but I ldiiectly he have
..I II ,ita iII pisi tl:,ig his labor as a
--.*,,r io" 'diet (ea' wwa so neglecl-
:n~i, p' i- l r vide ai), dlooi'.
-- - ; . ta ie .1 1).' nSi was ai
L t. -td ', a. in ,-.I t ene.rC .
S' i ..i1 in ti'- it ilctiure,
.. a.- l in W ith 11 *1
.. .c .
S~u Ili t ciLZaq-Ila oi St. Anl:
., 0. I, ,' ( liaV, e tll U-1 .. -1. a. .thkado, do ae
. .. .,-.at i .nt tallgdlt t Near hih
lmladle until e be Ilound
ai.I a ,iu t-u d, Idiles UIt alile UII tlls a11-
A'iUn oll,,'l ers8.
Ss..s n''g *n.itL there will be no u d-
lat ine his resturatiion I am,i

1 .

S hic tican" BTainch
of St. Andrew Colony.
CieoCgo, April, 3, 1906.
When the above waais received, the
nainiing Mascot alluded to was up to
hi.- eyes in lumanber and building inm.
trial being used in thie enlargeoilent
of the t itoy office,. He had ontg
silicon exiauated hisf Chicago supply
of tails a d haid made good headway
in a lieg of 9',. to say clothing abonit
cleanti'lg od the to'tul of spikes, ttn-
ish uaift a'id tid srews tad the Coitiu.
nicatl'f.I was handed over to hliw g ithl
an ap61el to itlifMediately. 0ey ie (he
anxiety i loyadt ifi nts. lftt
lie chose to use (he crit1ffns.ofi tle
Buav to do so, a nd here l's tiOa't rre ,

ipper story is to have an extra of-
fice for Brother Stiled, wihmn hba.kinig
in the winter snnshiiie of St. Ani-
dre i. I am astonlhoel that you
Rhotild take tile fol a sucker to be
caught in such a trap. Appreheienuing
suine danger, I made sure to be nil
the safe side. I built tlhe door fira.t
And then put the liouse to it-n-bee.
0, no, Bit), Stile ca can't atch tii
old lux napping. The reason I ltnve
been silent is because I have been
thialeig sixtiben huurs a day all wiin-
ter had two tenderfoot lamuilies from
Chicago fur ai hlee-ije two Rehlieta
Sal t eir tamiliCs. Htati a liutl ttile
in Old Town i

of May. Your wdll-Wishenr,

The Buiy is in ticeipL ol a Culsy
of lie k'eli.- acola .Iir ,I 1 Wl'.s< sag,1ii-
cent. Special Panama Canal Edition.
It is beyond eomepa iihn the grali-eht
publication ever issued ii iV.cs Floui-
ida, and )ias never beer excelled iin
the state. It peaks voumn..s l'r the
unterppiie of the luanagemeent of tlhe
Journal anid the people of Pensa:ola,
who must have contributed to make
it possible for that paper to senti
forth such a splendid achievement.
While the Bucy endorses all thea
claims of the Journal for Peusacola's
social and euointeroial importance,
that ci'y possess eo n fl nat I ai-.
vautags that are not more than tl upil
c- -.it on St. Aitdrews li aiid ail
that is wanting to make this fact
known to the world is for the citizen'-
of the Bay country to mtakwk it possi-
ble for the Biu.y to sena fortli an eu h
lion illutrat ng the reuma k-.* -' tu
raladvantages and attractions of St.
Andrews Bay. The Journal is heart-
th-iia.ed for the fine copy of its edi-




Cow/right. 1os. b#t'dtrr iLeade

Whenever a man Is sent to statt
prison his record Peaches the uinuitiu-
,.-on ahead of him, 'The deputy warden,
'Pts It from th frIMlce who worked up
the case and arrestId hfiin and from thi(
published accounts of his trial. It is
known before B htrrives about what
sort of a tuantf iW 1.s and be is some-
times assigned to this of thit depart
meant In advance. If he is recorded As
a bad man. th@dtqpittf" gets ready to'lay
down the rules and regulations to him.
If otherwise, the official heaves a sigh
of relief. Nowhere Ns a bad iuinm out
of.place mot' tfifiitt l it i btiid ibstitu-
tion. where hbi exanill tfiiati Infect
fifty others, and howhere is a "good"
mnan given a wafteot welcome.
In bodad daylight in a western city
a stranger had entered a blg dry goods
store and held up the cashier, obtained
something like $10.000 and got Into
the street. He would have made good
his escape but for an accident. As It
was, be got half a fille d tay before

ran OMtibf iLxxGis fit AT HIM WITHOUT

being cabtured. The money was not
found oft him, but there were half i
lomon n"Maa t-i ,& er'W, tnh ,is

114S to Say: T prisoner, w feiohve his name as
Bro,. ltiles-4 don'" deny any of James Drayton, decided that a mis-
ri ft e et bna't take had been made. At lMs trial e
your sicft. ittPeffihtients, bu' one, actually.r pred that hbe was & resident
and that is a whopper, and cov- of a vriliage' fltymillt away, and half
St a dosen of his fellow fownsmen were
ers about all you say. I did not on hand to swear that he was an in-
build a'ly depots; bui I dad bhiilt a dustrious, honest mauin
fine pri'uintin office for t.i D8oyj atd' There are times when waves of crime
the editor is as proud of it as a little, seem to weep over a community, and
boy wih a' red' a. l.i their are also times when waves of
boy with a! new ivred' wagnn. Te justice ollow. and !U4 their realousticss'

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h6be courts seem d
nt any cost. The
to be sweeping d
'it the time, ahd 1
ample of Drayton
to state prison fon
Judge read him A
from the bench Iu
o>ner protested to tU
community felt thi
a grievous mistat
spturt of reform on
would have it tl
hands on the right
The deputy at 1
full account of thi
let a doubt creep
ever came to hhri
Judged guIlty b-
Into his keeping, .
to doubt or ct
man who
sympathy aitn,

ed td coij'
ves happe
made an
'as senten
ears, and
moral lect
n. The p
and his wh
aw had mi
there was
e prosecute
twice had

Shad read
lit he did
mind. W
had been
irts and p
b hot for hl
looked foi
L d beg
as a m

Drayton .w H'B..-.
clear eyed and lm' of II
nothing to say ed, and he hte
He seemed to r his seuten-
gone 6k for tha at the time h
to which he w. the departme
such a record thla gned he ma
appointed a "trust "f1 a year he w
almost two years o IIe had serv
deputy heard his sh tme before t
of traith, and the o It bad the ri
at the time he ,er believed It, b
prison and take ni a~ to lave t
hle felt helpless In other position. at
course of a week 4'e matter. In t
stale and took u went to a dista
and three months 1 now occupation
Then one da.y .Rsed away.
made it days Jure former depu
he sat down to din ry by rail aid
his amazement wr In the dining c
unbounded to o
serve Draynvton at u ded to
convict looked up mearby tablte. T
ognition and dlid r hm without t
ed. l1re "w..-e a "eem at all abas
Drayton every daiy An who had se
d with him. mnti or tWO ydars, tal
about lime a, ol every peculiari
Shousnd t s o swar to himn
There wiR noaid hi hisin
that the collsct m
that hioewnlii.1 -efore him tha
vnd li e as present
iy absorbed iin S1S1 's
possible that lit, pist k"n. It Was ju
done. If sa. whlnn had been pa
and gmo-t Ills oldd !ie not recogni
had .. 'n a t l l fr Ile ni t "? The deputy
re-ul i th llhim as ti
r,,ll tl: n. lperng.it.-
that. i', even more tha
If lie h il not'tea
must have escipet
sit there v'lth ',uc but that he coul
waq not II!ke ifr 1 bruzel ns 4urane
found his tposirpq1ton. The deputy
emnburrasling In
way, and yet It I
to nake up his na. otae to 1lt. lo
w aet a par l,,,, I. !l t '- .a'!
ulltS t go bla.k i l tliad es<*slpead I
t Ae. .- teve thle rest of h
During the nit,.
men met a down tlle eyes of the tw
Drayton was t-Lse?-, and of the twn
hair was yet s S,,,r confus-d. "
ulations. aid lie h roai the priso re_
of good texture. on1 civilian's dres
that of any tri. ,ti1j -t"neanor wa
fereatL" ton a frtal ie _rAs 6 d Indi-
certaiu that If egree, and it wiv
promptly deny ,l-etlte tl carrot
th e m a tte r ilt r ,. ?IP ., . .
This dlssinL.i .s11 it3 h 1 ttlgh hanm
part W i n.w ti' A' nissur-ance on hi
and dinner had b f his character
hour before the der flashed half a
and said: yv approacned hli
"I bitav- u gooul
'in i 4tht ,i for, -.Q 4-'t .seu yours be
"tf hiny be so." ,
Sply, .conip-.id h s the careless re
"Ilaven't TI inst %a smile.
suIIvnort ,iminm~Ati in the vilinge o
h K. s-ti lt. u the pIoce wherT
"I my h.vo pas" rtuated.
u t .lut i J through the place
',. tint.. it ia p r.qnre I never stop
,'t before while t 1lP that we hav
Th e vul,., the veling."
'nti thm whihs* l -I., ioveruent of th
P-1. *s lg, the look of th
-s.. averythnmg ut (b man wa
,rfe th l f.a, illar t[
..ii I the officer, but h
'i -0 i It_ fI s. e there
t, g rs.'-rw :l couO
Aourq. and rl Wn th

tnte prison it lrn.:
lonaed or hbd es'
alter, as.< hee. 01V, ie
Jo,_i .Tl. hd recei

"Drn.yctri' jqFa
been locked in hi
HIero was shoutJ
not take thv asrut I
a conciui,.-. DiID
that the tloi;y hu,-
some man r's..nbll
his prototype. his t
he looked more like
ness mail an i (f
determined not to ile
rigid exanihntion.
it i. llraned th:it t
the same city. and
descended from the
stranger was given S
official and taken to
was it high handed t
he Wdsa wit'; 1i irftpr
to be Bide would mak<
He seemed stunned
arrest and then gre
threatening. Hfe giav
and claimed a cextaiu
dence, and for a timns
inclined to apologize a
was only when the .ex
question him about a
date of the robbery. i
his answers and arouse
Few men have dore ei
the deputy did fitq L)
mained with the strayg,
good grcQnnIg for his tr
chit)rg.'; e brought t

ruln before th
charge by th
alice station. I
g to do. and I
ured or seemed
trouble for th

t first over hi
Indignant and
curtaln nam
Ity as his resl
be police were
let him go. I
puty began to
talu date, thi
he tripped li
ew suspicion
another wha
yton. He re
r until he go
est on the old
Senashler and

cr_ l *r{mstances .sitef eases," he de-
d creed. "Is it 'Yes?'"
:h It must have been, for Corson said
d 1/ ', "Darling!" so Impulsively that It reach-
)y /,/ W ed the ears of the giant, who had
a // "" drawn apart in. the faint hope that
le therd might yet be an excise for'break-.
I- ing the little dude in pieces, and as he
y andered back to the car his senti-
an 2 ments w're anything but the "bless
you, my children," appropriate to the
it ./ --.., circumstances.

e "*OU Q oITT MASHio -OFF YOU ^. A FVrightened Rabbit .
e MSo. was walking across a field with
Smy dog at my side when a young rab-.
t panion was not to be denied. "Go hit emerged from a wood cl9se by,"
f ahead. Be generous," he implored. says a writer. "Suddenly it fell to the
l You know how it is yourself." ground and was to all intents dead.,
e His voice rang through the car, and rhe dog sniffed it, and I watched it
the contrast between Corson and the Lor about ten minutes, thinking it ab-
s other was too much for the rest of the olutely dead. I walked away about
d passengers. They 'shouted with glee, fifty yards, when I looked back and
e all except Eunice, who rose with white aw the rabbit rise and i-- rapidly 4
J lips and made her way to the next car. to the whence t c t
Cwntothewood whence it caf. It Is
Corson stood the chaff as ing as he evident thatAt saw the dog and drop- C
Should, but t last the manzs persistence ed down out of fright."
0 won, and, with flaming face, he follow- -
C ed the grl. he Carei of a Home. t
S There Was a vacant eat beside her, "DIear me," said young Mrs. Hunni-
. and Coison.took it. She mvOd over rine,;.."I must see our grocer right i
t to be as far distant as possible, but It ~Wfiy."
- is not easy to be exclusive hen shar- "What for?" asked her husband.
Ing adnatrdw seat. Neither could' she ."I have some instructions to give
d evade Corson's low spoken words, him. I want to tell him to make our
S'*I"ht have T r dn-? he rn1ao Aia (onff'eo a little stronger and oar butter a -

little weaker."

Vict others on at his own expense, urnt g.ji ...*"L're i-i I F)e 'j W ti. n
I lhe authorities to extradite the muu ,li ;o ."' rt l :rt -'1. '. h
city .nd the courts to put hin on t'iail and l ,.- ... Ic : 4so;nl' L is O riglit to
ex- uumuon ,bra.ytop from it:i' p-l-ion. u I. 1 'nbi Lp-4 '1. h' t to
ced When the two nien flially stood to- i n_"t' r .'.t "\.y '. .'*
the g'theP there were wonder and a.T.aze- .:Pt n. .-
Ur went in the court. Their own mirb- t : .'- :, ** '. I I l iu.
r ers 6toulh notl hae told thmm a part. A I t r- *:'i- t u.
s- little i4itective work haI tnt arthe, I a iI aI .s...
ole hb d redrd for the stra goi rT. nd. al . ** :' .. ':
S though he trose ted out to n.hpi r a great I 11 lit I i'
ion legal fight., lie ended by- cuP.yss!ug thae l ]!, .. '' -' :
her he vu s th gui ltyli t P '..r 1 tha:l I:r1" .. ', : . ,
toil hadl ser ed 1t ye) a 'r. lf)r it crini: ', -i' ,t ;.'1 !. :i 1 *.' ',1
I h hlad not troomuiitl. TI. helatter we-,c.. 1
o pardoned an dl re-to ,-, Ito lriz...ii hlp t .llo ".'. \\e thel h ,*, .. ".,*
not an, res etabilltvy. I',,L c iz. e p fg ilr5 im 1 "*i i ',
ho- p r, lntb tr. '' ' 0 u i t II'; "in i s':T s.n, I ;, ,I ., :]'t
ad- party was sent to o.-.l',, ;1ii, .4 lacei in v
put prison, and (he Judge who had or'd 0 -t -!, !, '* ), -t t. lr. ', i
piu moral lesson from the bench had some. ('oal rs,'l .I ..i *s',i, ) t; I .' *'*r
r a thing more to say. HI s conscience had :,ut h e' :.:.vv i:ic!o 5 in',t t.- '-, ,r i l,:.
for been troubling him for the way he h he hin1nk hl !h ,- t ,:n s, i v" n't
at charged the jury n ainst an innocent ':tlle It i rent 't.r (.r'e t n.
t man, and he sought to console it by ad- '
t ... th, h someweier, iu the w ,orlj ', 1; I t Ir .,nI -'l %I, '1 t .c
J CORSON'S l,-. 10,,e, t
fe e"ery lnD mathy flid his protoType, but a uett iu Hl'-.
I.d hat the law could not take cogniz.a..:e It 1; i'haI'd. b_,u:Tlh. t.1 t ;ltlv rN -.
te. lfithe fact.td he pirl 1.e b.l h i r.-'-r- l :1 ive
lad 0 0 lays hef. ,,ri d ; I .- N t!i..ii i.1.l ,- i tihe
'nt right to in:al-.o n s:l)pp l. nI cutjl1.
de CTORSON i'n'gielne nothing l xcepr.'' '--,....irotoen
*as RwSOtJft i -I boh the b;i,.i!'. bOh u .ui,.. I.tlmlL.a
ty COUGH CURE 1;radley's cough med i, ...t ,es in-ta ent
the r t enough In Iatpcarance If UL.t in taste.
ng He glidaced across the aisle. The
eut By Suse Clements Willis t lint i ,plneHrt! to he u leepilng. but ao

nd rou-.'d to lnud<1el wintt-hfulneass. s nud
heh. t-peirght. 193. b Bedat-Lr U o'dde. Cors.)u skillfully changed his notion to
nt U 0 suggest that he was merely trying td
an. It was not the first time that Corson look out of the wihdoW. oThe man was
bad wished Grandma Bradley never suspicious still, but not belligerent, and
s had been born td leave a recipe book for the rest of the trip Corson kept his
S o her descendants. As a eboy hio byes fixd ou the bell rope and betray-
ar to her descend os. As a boy his ed ne interest th his compaulon.
rb- earliest recollections were of vile tast- lie was hoping there would be an op-
he otng messes iecomihended in Grandma ,portunity at the station after the giant
ec- Bradley's book for various infantile iad gone his way, but the giant showed
sh- ills, but eoen tWen he had never hated a very evident lnteatio n of squiring
eD the time worn volume as ho did now Mliss arbour to the car dhihd they mov-
k- that he was asked to carry a whole bt down tihe station irtatform in single
Ity iuart of her iniihuable cough sirup to file, Eiuice first, Corson following Pnd
a .als aotllfe. tle giant blringiig tup the rear, ready
It was n.very good of Aunt Bethy. to pounce upon Corson at the slightest
nd who wads ttu iustodnla O the precious chance.
an volume and tonmpounder of its pre-, Corson hboa'd ed the same car as did
t- criptions, t send the gtut a whi the gi but wh- irl, and the giant swung himself
st ky'bot4 donie up In a newspaper does I t to the bnck platform. It was evident
ir- not match a brand o iw w winter over- that th was thorough in whatever he
ze !oat, and there wa's certain to be some n ic ndertook, and Corson was not anxidus
ty me on the train to recognize him and o givo him nn r-xcuse Corson was not
he pass the story on. ';i coward, but lie knew howd iitie
an For a moment he contemplated send- I'lh nee he would have against au tnu
ng the bottle by express; but the ap- iiv i- he )earance of, the train prevented that, atnd tuinbies, so he tit Oi th joidge of
d assuming assuming as much dignity as hils 'he seat und stared at the ceiling. while
Se burden would permit him, he clamber- I'!s blisy brain worked at several prob-
tY, ed aboard. .gms, arl looking toward a u himediCat
S There was no parlor car on the subur- !:1n(lerstaud'lng w'it ii -. They bad
s )cn trau awn, l th. siiidkcr Wais filled !iand a qunrrel oene bcford, and he had
1 .i'ith laborers returning front their been made mniserable for days. lie was
iu lsy's wore ti t' the rin(l'. Corson hat-ed reso;lved to n. this m s.Jttiklyyas i;s-*f
me the smell of a ppe let alon apipeletalone half 'ibe and to that end f. ..,. h off
is hundred and he beat a hast.y roreat to ,he cr wlien het r street was Nr'e,.ced.
,he next car. If eln had hoped to escape his escort
o He started forward lI'th a word of he was mistaken, for the siant gMit off,
eo restingg as his glance tooi hin Eunice too. and in th sanai olderi- s ant ihe
Is Barbour; but, td his surprise, that taition tbhe yproecp'od tdown Ibth ti(et.
y. moung womah tavored him with a [Ialf a Ilock ilo.g t e I'.rl)oir1' L,!
ss glance so chilling that hd Wa glad to 'ewfoundland clin:e ru-lifing up the
i -ink into the nearest seat. Oti'eet to welcome iis ik -;: f- Hle could tell from her glance that it perceiving a h'ieuad it (<'orsan. tirw
s was the bottle whlld Was; rdsloaonsible is hage bulk against that young man.
d for the cut, but he could not imagine Thea4b was an ev::. li: e ns the
S Eunice ignoring him because he carried brute dislodged the bottle Iln (Corson's
a package done up in a newspaper. He arms, and the dog \v"wnt ll yinig p the
Is wondered what sudf e had i- reet n.armed nt tine noise.
r, lucetl lier action. At (Iti- sound Eunice Itrned. hLr fiace
S Hie was still puzzling over the mat- taming with anger. inT belkf that Cor
n ter when a man across the Way leaned son had struck tihe dog. lut the bo'tt:(
forward d. at his feet told its own story, and she
S, "Let's have a swig,. partner be lanced curiously at the dark, viscaus
- shouted hoarsely. "I ain't had one in fluid slowly creel'inIg across tie side-
in hour." walk. There was a famiiitr odor i!
Corson tried to pretend be had not tier nostrils, a"nd tfie eIxpression in her
:ieard, but his bibulous traveling oin- thae turned from anger to mirth as she
"f (came toward lhim.
"Why, Jimmie ('arion, she cried.
s"was that real" some of your gran-t-
e ,ndthser's toughn sirup?"
a- -a "It wa-s," he 'onfirmed. "I was out
to isait Au-te E ou,. und sh ae me e

e "I had forgotten she lived out of
-e town," shie laughed. "and 1 thought it
a was whisky.' Winy didn't you tell me'?"
e .' "A lot of chances you gave me," lie
e.I I/' declared In an injured tone. "IHow
't ,77, would I tel 3'ou that I was more sinned
l! gIngalnst thanl sinning when you almost
raised ti riot when I tried to ask what
4 uthe matter' was?"
Will bi, forgive me?" Mhe asked
> t> "On on condition," hle brgaLed-
I l sKf"that *yoi sa "Ylsr' t. the quoto I=

at s week." she pleaded.






They Are Often a Sovuree of Qra'
Danger 1o WViath4'rwo...e..
Statistics hbnve shv.,-ii .ver and ov,-
a,.;liu that washier'itnn i. :*.-' .' C.
more likely to c6id.tract tublZtrculosis
and ratunily suffer trtl the di(nse in
i-uch Inrger proportin thnn otih-
working women or th3 rithe gra'le o
li'P. Thi9 Is due ic the fact that tL,
'xpectorationi of the tubercullous r
ti,'utR clinginig to their various arti(
of clothing Is 'not fd.red ionvrirul
by nntisopti-a or by bdlin Lefore tn
come into the hands of the washer-
womunn. It is particularly bsndkpr
chiefs lhat il-'" t .most dangerous li
this respect. and the Onatorcement c
sanitary regulations with regard to e-
peetoration is sure to add to this dai
ger It would be well if thi .Oblne'
,'iiAtjm of using a paper handk.'tfir
r,-lit.h tl I.'hihbmuen of the bettet
.clasis8 would disdain to carry wit&
WMtyzn oW Ie it U11 aw BH, iu hi-ei
hi1 Iarit1? dvtr to his servxn4 to be 11
p.)sed of by burning) could bec0mlhetl
rule in this country. UntJil It doe-
however, physicians should call the a
t,,ntlon. especially of those infferion
fr)m tuberculosis, to the neceslsity for
having their handkerchilefs s0oakd for
some time in a suitable antiseptic' olun-
tlou before allowing them to be'aent
out to become a possible danger for
the overworked and Utldetrfed poor.-
American Medicine.

Mirs. Compton looked,. at, her patient
but bewildered hitisbarid with dn ex-
pression of good iiatured saiperlority;
"Dear hiti; George," she said cheerfully.
"I don't a~e the use of my trying to ex
plalti to you, but I'm perfectly will.
to do it, of course.
"I did intend, as you say, to buy
kitchen table, and I came home will
hall mirror. But it was an absolute
natural change..
"First I looked at kitchen tabkl
Then the clerk called my attention
the kitchen cabinets, with drawers an.
everything. Then I said how, ,,muc
they looked lik buireaus, t.cept, tba
they had nh olass. Thn. hbe, iO*wed M a
ond With a glass, diid then bald he,
had t Uch a pretty bdireati it I ared td
look at It. ,,
"So 1 looked at tha, anid it was.pret-
ty, but the glass was rather small. .8
then he showed me a dressing case
with a good sized mirror, and I said
wiat nide glass It was. And then he
said, 'If you want to se a fine bitA&4t
glass, let me show your one of our new
hall mirrors.'
UAhd of course, George, you cap un-.
derstand that when I saw that beaut-
.fl uArorI had to have it: and yod
kinow you don't like me to run up bills
In new places, and I hadn't enough td
buy a kitchen table, too, so-now isn't
it clear?"-Youth's Companion.
kot Quite the Sam#.
A country clergyiman vouches for the
truth of this story. Having arrived at
that point In the baptismal service
where the infant's name Is conferred,'
he dt4I
"Name this child."
"Original Story," said the sponsor-
"What dd you say?" hi iiskdd Idr sur-
"Original Story," she repeated h1i
clear, deliberate, tones.
"It's av-ery odd name, isn't it? Are
you sure you want him called by the
flame of Original Ptory?"
"Original Story-that's right," hli de-
cla red.
"Is It a family name?" the minister
"Named after hils uncle, sir," ex-
plained the nurse, getting red la th4
And so as Original Story fhe unof-
fending little follow was christened. It
was some weeks aftef this ev;n- that
the ministibf mndd the ac'luaintiit of
the said uncle-a farm laborer in an-
other village-whose name was Regis
nald Story.-Liverpool Mercury.

Hot the Girl to Endure a- Big-ht. ,
"'We need no ring to plight our.
troth," hd suggested as he kissed her
impetuously. ; .
"Yes, we dd," retorted tlec maiden.
"None of your sleight of hand trIcks
with me."


irauow gave


mankind would have to
invent milk. Milk Is Na-
ture's emulsion-butter
put In shape for diges-
tion., Cod liver oil Is ex-
tremely nourishing, but
it has to be enulsifieO
before we can digest it.

Scott's Emulsion

combines the best oil
with the valuable, bypo-
phosphitds,, sq that it is'
easy to digdSt and does'
far mo'e good than the
oil alone could, 'Tht
makes S 6tt's Em. llorf
the most 'tr' gthefig
nourishing food me'fid
sine in the world,
Send fOr free sampisle.'
- SCOTT & BdWNE, Chemist ,
409-41 5 Pearl Street New Vorie
506. and $1.00. All drugirlst'a

- A







-U.~..i ib~ilr- ~


The motor-scbr. Cleopatra arrived
from Peass. oat Friday afternoon, and
is still lying in port here.'
The str. Tarpon arrived from Car-
rabmele and A palaohicea Friday after-
oon, At 11 a. m., yesterday she
arrived from M 'bile and Pensa-

L. C. DAyTs, MAsrAs.
Capacity 13 tone-Is preparedd to deliver
Lumber at ay Iclot on St. Andrews
Bar at Two Dollars por thoesrud feet.
Patronage solicited. Address
L. 0. DAVIS. Allanton, Fl*a


W F. WooDpran Pao xnmaroa
FiUted in splendid condition to take ex-

mlrl---- U--

' th Bay er Gulf. r-od cabin protection
in the event of bad weatherr Terms reas-
euable Alo,.
Capacity t1,0 feet of Ltmher will Ferry
between Farmdale and Allanton. on East
4ist and will deliver freight of every de-
seripUetio. including live *tock to an.y
oint on St. Andrews Bay. For particu-.
jt., cairese 'W. F. WoovrouB, Farm-
d*le. Fla.

C-aa, L. M. WXVA.
take regular titav between St. An-
4rew Say aad Penesacla. Good passen-
gr aeaommodatlorts and special atten-.
et" paid to handling and carrying freight
at reasonable rates. For particulars ad-
4r*e,. L. M. 'WAs. Manager,
,St. Andrew. Fla.

ilpptd VWit Two gutaU Ezaune,
,ea'vesB t. Andrews Hay every Monday
learee Pensacola every 1hutrsday
veitheri permitting). Special attend
tion will be given tu receiving and
for wardtug freight for Parties living on.
EaUt and Nulth Bay, 'aslingers for
points on *ither arM of the Pay can
derend vpon Mearung prompt traos-
portation at rVasonalle rate. Fee-
seuger aecovui dations good. Express
ad Railroad Freight specialties. For
1"rtber imtormantio apply to
OrwTv WASP. Gen. thanager.
.rteka tIh East Blly M.101 bgti ts St.
Adrewo Bay, Wetappo aud intermedi-
atepoieits. favere t. Andrews daily
*eXceptSunday) at:600 a. m.; arrive at
Wetappo at 12:30 p. M.; leave Wetappo
at 1.0 p. in.; arrive at St. Andrew, at
7:30 p. in. Makes landlia, regularly at
Harrison, Croimaitor, karker, I'itts-
burg. and Farmadale. Freight landed at
any postocfte wharf. for pasenger and
fright rat. se cra rd in the ,ev-
era) pestflces.
P. A. Wzaa,ar.t. ? manager.

A Week'm WeatnWr.
othe foDowing table gives the miaxi-
uma, minimum and mean temptra-
tuma. the rainfall and direction of the
wind, for the tweuty-flur hours ending
' at 1 o'eloli pr m.. as indicated by U. 8
government *tlf-reristerilig thermom
tes. Me- :Min. ler-r.I't,. W'-d
Aprdl.11 81 60 51 .00
." 1 79 63 77 .0o
S 1$ J2 60 71 .00 a
14 79 69 74 .21 a
S 15 74 .55 67 .OO
i s 76 48 62 .001 u
I, 79 61 66 .0 CO
V ee.. i 9 1 65 167 fl.241

Aev. C. L. Jo yner will preach in tha
Bptlst ehurch next Sunday morning
sad e*veanc.
A Union Sundav School vill be con
ducted eaery Sunday morning at 1
*4'clsk is the M. L church.
Prayer meeting every Thur dav evu
mtag at 8 o'clock in he M. E. church.
S vwrybody i ordiallv invited to all of
hea .rvio ...
A s1iatt.ow Te.t.om Sal.
nn- 'irw nnab~..

AV UJTy---I- I. I
et the rights of the profession. one day
observed a gentleman knocked down
by a runaway horne. He went to bb
lA and found he bad broken his le.
It was only a simple fraetue, robt the
ama was badly hurt.
The sreoa used hts umbrella as a
spHiot axd with his own baude borrow-
ed 'imnThew ifts, bandaged the limb
ightly, put the patient in a cab and
drove to the nearest hospital. There
tbey were reetived by a young medical
"'YoVv handaged this pretty well."
MA the yotMh patrolaligly.
NSt at all." saId the other.
1 supposeM yo have been attending
em.e ambulance class. They say a
ARIG leartnfg is a dangerous thing.
but the lttle you've learned you*'e put
to good account. I can't give you your
umbrela now. ibt if you leave your
address It sbafl be sent to your house."
"I had better give you my card,"
sui the emaluet surgeon, and he did


-On the morning of Easter Sunday,
a two-and a-half pound girl was bor n to
M. and Mrs. Jas Elder. Dr. Kester
in attendance.
-Keep your bowels regular by the
al of Chamberlain's Stomach and IAv
cr Tablets. There tI nothing bette r
Pot sale by all medicine dealers.
-Blank Warranty Deeds, short torm
printed on good linen papel, 2Sc per
dozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re-
ceipts in a block, 10c each, at the Buoy
-You never have and may never again
have an opportunity to get so fine i
fountain pen for- so little money as you
can now by complying with the oondi-
tions of the coupon to be found else-
where on this page.
-Wizard Ink Tablets,Price, per
box 10 cta. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten ounces splen-
did ink. Economical permanent; abso-
lutely indellible, covenlent, non-oorro-
sive. At tht Buoy office.
--Wanted: District Managers to post
sagas, advertise and distribute samples.
SalJty 818.00 weekly, $3.00 per day for
expenses. State age and resent em.
ployment. IDEAL SHEAR Co., 39 Ran.
dolph at., Chicago, Ill.
-Handsome leUrJ=. *&S&'". W1.'
Andrews Bav date line and views of
eith er St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map ot the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 1Sc. per dozen, at the
Bu ovoffie -
-The few patrons of the Buoy that
are entitled to tax receipts and have
not yet received the same, are advised
that their money is in the hands of the
tax collector and they will get their re-
ceipts as"aoon as he hands them over.
They cannot get them before that time.
-The Buoy office 1is still all torn up
by the carpenters and their reconwtruo.
tion implement, and any unusual short.
comings must be attributed to that
case and the vublhsher begin patrons
to be as let.ent as possible in their
judgment, upon his promise that an
effort will be made at Improvement
within a very few weeks.
-Parker lodge No. l 2 r. & A. M. will
meet in regular communication next
saturday at 200 o'clock p.m. Visiting
Masons in good standing are invited
to pat ticipate. An order of the Grand
Lodge of Florida demands that visitors
must be provided with a certificate of
membership from their home lodge and
a fully paid receipt fordu es.
-Easter Sunday was a day long to
be remoitrered by the Christian people
of St. Andrew. The day dawhe4 de-
lightfully clear and plea&ait" and so
continued throughout the ensuing
hours. At the appointed time the wel-
come sound of the new bells of the
Presbyterian and Metbodist churches
gave forth their Inviting peals and
large congregations assembled in both
places of worship to celebrate the ris-
ing of their Christ. The Preabyierian
church was neatly and the MethodisA
elaborately decorated with exquisite
flowers, the products of the conserva-
tories and gardens of St. Andrew and
the presence of these beautiful remind.
ere of the purer life added greatly to
the impressiveness of the discoursea
trom the mouths of mortal men. Sr
vices were held at night in both
churches and the Methodist, especial-
ly, we filled to its seating capacity to
lIaten to fine innac, a pretty prosra i
rendered by little children, a sort talb
and a fine solo by Rev. Conway. The
new bells mark an innovation in church
work in St. Andrew and slothful sinner
may no longer excuse themselves for
remaining away from church servicela
upon the plea that they "didn't know
it was time."
The Truth aeautl1tnr To'ta.
A miniature painter had been em-
ployed to paint a portrait of Mr. Glad-
stone in her old age. It wasintended
that It should be a present for Mr.
Gladstone on one of his birthdays.
Mrs. Gladstone was particularly well
pleased with the portrait, but some of

the grandchildren had opinions of their
own about It One of the younger
grandsons drew Mr. Gladstone aside
and asked him If he did not think that
the portrait was somewhat flattering.
'It Isn't much like grandmother, is It"
be asked. "My boy," replied Mr. Glad-
stone In his beautiful voice, "It Is the
truth beautullly told; that's alL-Dun-

Rheumatic Pains Quickly Relieved.
The exeruciatinc pains cbaracteristic
ofrbeumatism nd sciatica are quickly
relieved by applysug Chamberlaiu's Pain
Bialm. The great pain relieving power of
tne liniment has been the surprise and
delight ofjthousands of ufferero. The
quick relief fnom Pain which it tflords is
-lone worth many times its cost. For sale
hy all medicine Cealers.
A S oawel .f JupWa .
Lawyer-Have you formed any n..t
ion on this ease? Juryma.-No,: *.
lawyer-Do you think, after the evi-
dence on both side. is all in, you would
be able to form any opinion? Jmry-
man-No. sir. Lawy-r--You'll dA.-
New York Week'y.

Human Blood Marks.

as.-Pearon's Weekly. A tale of horror was told by1 marks of
human blood in the home of J. W. Wil-
V1. h tiams, a well known merchant of Bac,
An old ma= leaving work got Int a Tw t
ea. He had not gone far before the Ky. Ho writes: Twenty years ago I
cenduteor asked him for twepeue The had severe hemorrhages of the lungs
n 8said it was a penny for the die- and was near death when I began tak-
tea be was golog. The conductor said iug Dr. King's New Discovery. I
saWOF to bli. Shot up and pay two- completely cured me and I have re-
pM." 6o obe paid tt gained well ever since." It cures hem-
eTh sext morntag the conductor re- orrhages. chronic coughs, settled colds
aed a s wjr t a s Btamal whhe and bronchitis and is the only cure
ep t e was suMrpred toa see writ. known for weak lungs. Every bottle
tea m Vaper. "Shut up and pay two. guaranteed by A. H. Brake. 50c and
pame."-Lond Tlit-B'ts. $1; Trial bottle free.

The Greatest Political Infaeace Is
Modern Noiway.
Wbat was it that made Ole Bull ia-
deniably the greatest political Influ-
ence In the history of modern Norway?
The riddle Is easy to read. Although
he voiced the peasants, his own voice
Was that of no peasant, but oue of the
most severely learned of European Ut-
terances. His instrumental mastery
was complete, and the technical diffi-
culties of his compositions have left
them for the most part unperformable.
But Mozart was his chosen theme,
worshiped with such an ardor of con-
secration that the whole range of his
works had for him no secret. His
fame, therefore, was of that order that
opens all doors. Statesmen aud chief
captains like Bismarck and Von Moltke
were his intimates, and he was their
confidant. To world artists like Liszt,
Chopin and Mendelssohn he was own
brother. Indeed, a curious physical
resemblance between Liszt and himself
led to many amusing contretemps on
this score. And sovereigns, diplo-,
matists and great nobles were all
proud to name him among their friends.
In him, then, Norway had found one
who could stand for her ln the highest
ranks of the nations, learn for her the
secrets of statecraft and recover in
her behalf the trick of thinking like a
king. For this is one of the losses en-
tailed on a people who are governed t
by foreigners from a foreign snet-that I
thojy *-cagA .,o iaf'ti mneY r country A tr
as a whole, the habit that is the secret I
of rulers.
Yet It waa only as a man and not
by any means as a politician that an
autocrat could claim the friendship of
the distinguished artist. His own soy-
ereigu felt that he had cause for grave
offense when the news reached Stock-
holm, In 1848S, of his healing a pro-
cession in l aris to present the Norwe-
giqn colors to Lamartine. But even
royal anger could not resist the good
stories told on the next visit, and the
king stood biting his lip at the careless
bonhomie of Ole Bull as be turned
suddenly and said. "By the way. sire.
you should have been with us the other
lay in Paris when we went to ac.
claim Lamartine." -Margaret E. Noble
in Century.

Igomematde Cloth of Many Kindn.
eradped Horn For nats.
We.had nce cotton mill to spin tbwt
warp. The people stood in line to geS'
t bunch of cotton for warp. The filing
was yarn, cotton, flax and tow. We
aot our dyestuif from the forest. It
was almost as bad on timber as the
t.anbark trade is now. There was great,
rivalry among the women to see who
.-ould have the prettiest d(rba. I have
a quilt made of cotton and linen called
a Confederate" quilt.
The clothing for every member of the
family was made from the raw ma-
terial. carded, spun, woven, dyed and
made with homespun thread.
The tow linen cloth had one peculiar-
itt. It was a great stretcher. It was
often exchanged for other things. A
man and his wife started to town with
cloth suficient to get some articles. On
the way be remembered he needed a
gimlet also. He told his wife. They
decided to tie the ends of the cloth
to two saplings, he to stretch a gim-
bsteatOf It
I took gret interest in the silk in-
destry. We fed the worms on mul-
berry leaves, and such beautiful silk
we dd have. A bright stripe in a cot-,
too dress made It very fine. A family
Made gloves, beautiful silk mitts, with
bees embroidered on the back. Noth-
ing went to waste. The thorn trees
Sfurnished us pins and hairpins. Our
Stllnery was our crowning effort.
Hats were made of cotton thread cro-
cbeted, put on a block, stretched very
Sstiff and ironed, then wired. We had
homemade flowers and all kinds of ma-
terial for trimming. A cloth frame
Made stiff and covered with scraped
cow's born was much admired, it it
Sdid look like a cocoa nut cake.-Char-
i lotte (N. C.) Observer.
e Beauty.
"Beauty is a question for the blind
to decide," remarked Aristotle when
pressed for a definition. Later on he
wrote a treatise on the subject, but
the manuagript is not extant, and
een itf it were would we ever be
made to agree on the subject of
beaty? Me like Hegel, Bcelling,
Fibtet, Emerson. Burke and Ganutler
wrote philosophIcal volumes and es-
says cB this topic, none of them agree-
ing hoWevr. All the poets, the artiste

and the m icians of the world have
tried to tell what beauty is. and only
on one single point has a general agree-
mwat been made evident-the easen
of beeutt Io the power to attract
to the secret of this power a
woed again disagrees.
Chamberlain's Cough Rem

"Mothbra.bay if for croupv children,
railroad men buy it for severe coughs
an,.eld41jly people buy it for la grippe,"
aIt Wtoore ArMo,. Eldon, Iowa. "We sell
mere of ChbaIlerlain'd Cough Remedv
than any ,thor kind. It seems to have
taken, the Irad. Qve' several other good
brapl4s." There is no question but this
medicinp ti the best that can he procured
for coughs and cotds, whether it be a
child-or an ndult tht is affected. It a&1
wsyr cw;es and cures quihklv. sold by all
,...medicioe dealers.

ry'sBaeds f twbest 1weaae m
w hs bate been spent in
--- Mlr2 = -half a centa"

0. M. MR"4 CO.,

For Sale. Cheap.
Apply at the Buoy Office.

but mt
bled whale
sauce oi
was a ri
was pa
The body
oil, and a
small tut
was pass
smoke anr
played we
Ask for
It makes
ions, corns
sweetin fe
Sample FRI
stod, LeoRoV

Once wh(
ha. risen t
was louokti
pool at ,ei
In.g the I SI
"Yes," P1!
a sigh.
their mi


haven't di
Well, whi
who have
Free Pros
fortune &i


*1man Lamp..
rps were of many sizes.
them very closely resem-
at ireseut denominate l a
y boat) At one end thb re
through which the finger
eli the light was carried.
be vessel was filled with
other end there was -a
iougb which a rag wick
'hen this was lighted the
or of the rancid fat em-
tremely offensive. Many
nationn the abominable
out by the lamps at the

a Foot-Ease, A Powder.
lng easy. Cures bun-
igrowiug nails, swolelot
At all druggists and sb t
't accept any substiltte.
Address, Allen S Olm-
dte Malutenon.
mre. de Maintenon, wio
the gutter to g:a.ndcur,
,ensively in the golden
le- her companion, not-
the crystal water, ob-
langu'.d the carp are."
e famous beauty, with
re like me; they miss

in each state to
vertiseo and leave
s^Bl ^aiary f5 per
^^^^^^^^ lary- $7'- ,'

,ept. S. Atlas Bloci

ill Worse.
> lots of women who
nse of humbr. She--
t I know lots of men
Sense at all!-Detroit

at gives a crown whee
lenled it.--ord.

e akes You Miserable.

Almost evb4dy who reads the news-
papers is surr td know of the wonderful
I cures made by Dr.
J | Ithe great kidney, liver
S and bladder remedy.
S 1 It is the great mcdl-
( cal triumph of the nine-
Jteesth century; dis-
covered after years of
40F^ k scientific research by
SDr. Kilmer, the emt-
S- nent kidney and blad-
*- der specialist, and is
wonderfully s ccful In promptly curing
lame back, ki ey bladder, uric acid trou-
bles and Brigl 's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer" Swamp-Root is not rec-
ommended for verything but if you have kd-
rney, liver or liladder trouble it will be found
Just the remedy younecd. It haa been tested
In so many ways, Iq hospital work, in private
practice, among tle helplesstoo poor to pur-
chase relief and ha proved so successful in
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by'whilh all readers of this paper
who have not ilready tried It, may have a
sample toti'- ir n.'free by mail, also a book
telling n-i: Aut Swamp-Root and how to
'nd L i if .- -.'J c kidney or bladder trouble.
W'eCLA n letadingthw generous
After in t i a andTr
.end your a ess to ,7

-egular fifty nit and Romeot swamp-nao.
dollar sizes ar sold by all good druggists.
Don't mai any mistake, but remem-
ber the na e, Swamp-Foot, Dr. Kil-
mer's Swar -Ro t, r and the address,
Binhamn r .., on every bottle


When the democratic piHy wivas
disrupted over the financial isO t at
the begiuuing of the second tertil of
President Cleveland, how jubilant
the republicans were and kow confi-
dent uf success in the then coming
congressional elections. Now history

repeats itself and the tables are turn-
ed, for it is the democrats who are
now jubilant and encouraged and the
repu licaus discouraged and facing
---- -*-i w -- -

How a Wound Heal..
If you have run a pin intl your thum'
or received a bayonet thrust precisely
the same thing takes place. A myriad
of white corpuscles, those tiny "firs
aid" cells (the phagocites) from the
surrounding blood vessels and lym-
phatic glands at once come hurrying
to the rescue. They begin to clean up
whatever wreck there lhas been made
in the skin and muscular tissue. They
eagerly absorb into themselves or clus-
ter opposingly aboit all foreign mat-
ter that has been introduced Into the
wound. Then they proceed to pile
themselves tier upon tier around It
like so many little sandbags about a
broken bastion. Later they gradually
Join together and solidify into the lay-
er of new skin which appears beneath
e sloughed off scab. They are at once
j i^ ___-^,* i.^ *- ^.- ^ y

RE MacFarlane in McClurei.

Devil's Island Totture
is no worse than the terrible case of
piles that afflicted me ten years. Then I
was advised to apply Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, and less than a box permanently
cured wme writes L. S. Napier, of Rug
les, Ky. Heals all wounds, burns, and
soresl;ke marie 25c. at A. H. Brake's.

The Stars amd Strtp...
A German periodical has the follow-
ing story as to the origin of the stars
and stripes: The Idea originated with
a Dane named Marker. He was born
on the island of St. Croix of the Danish
West Indies, where his father and
grandfather had lived. In 1795 he left
his native island and proceeded to Phi:
adelphia. He was among the first to
join a company of volunteers for
American liberty and independence.
For valor shown at Oriskany he was
elected captain, and to show his grati-
tude he designed a flag In whose uppar
corner .he applied the thirteen stars
emblematic of the thirteen original
states of the Union. This was the first
occasion upon which the "star span-
gled banner" was unfurled. The origi-
nal flag of Captain Marker is supposed
to be in existence in some national col-
lection of relies of the war of the Revo-


47 Acres of Nice Land

In15 MinnitesWal of Postoflce.
Nicely located to be subdivided into
Butiding Lots.
This Is a Bargain!
and the Best Property now on the
Market about St. Andrew.



W re Mercantile Co.,
Thoroughly Reorganized.



of ti


n G. Post, Manager.


leral Merchandise !



lt f

ard PIONEER STORE Busin ss,
ad. 1878, and built up by the late .. M. Ware,
e ily Reorganized and under New Management

i of old Pfr
use, of the Trading Post, and of new ones as
guarantees uniform fair and courteous treatment
to all.

lay the Freight on all Goods except Flour, Meal
to any Postoffice on the Bay.

Never Disappoint Our Patients.
Fulfill Ever Promise and Never old Out False mNo .
sII Btreto without the knife arbougse"ed Varsoeoled *t*
J Pla or deteatioa from bausla nt toetao Blood rels
_et era, wlbest mert or mineral mntxttre; Lo ot M
1ViA07 oPostvly ar u" "o stmelant 5.t pmu
B1a Kn g r.EK MeikanCo.gleani t1ttito1orfWaia.4u.45rt)W
laws of the state of Georgi the treM m e fo U
SousMan dehronlc diseaes D,. N. K. Klu. th a
this InsttuUon, t* the chief coonsulting Wpei, ulu4
by stag tf eminent physicians and xlreons
taaoeaem In the treatment of chronic dMleaU ti anlps-
s ad we use both medical and eleotrlecai ciese.
Our omfe are equelppe with aI t e gattlc. rtareBlatter-
See X-ry, vTloleat ry, and linseo ray.:; n fact. ever eleetrieai
r eontritvancown- to the medical prfe i.on. Oursatalrtlumls
oera i every respect, and we teploy none but the be4t
trained sad extent attendants, re rnlrly qulSed frsduastes
and itiBaed physlrians being in charge.
We employ no mihleadng mess to secure patients and
ws rcnae--o 0.O. D'Ps or nun nked for literature are. sent out
byBhatMl n.t Our t.rma for treatment average from 16-00
to N pea monMU. (medlotoes inuded) and we glve the assur-
nT* of1 ft a e within a speefled time.
inw iS.' UnRtlyullU1eto.iUttr cure al chronic dis-
IS. CHRONIC DISEASES. ZWe"su owe alul ytretoand pl
Iuch as Kidney and Bladder troubles, BRboumatta,
"l f Isuptea Hydroeelse. Drains. Losses, etc.. and all Prvte
'8,CURD. asse'50. 1 OMi and f malenant troubles. cV terrl G te
E., Throat, Head and Lungs. Diseases of Bye o m
KIMl M. D. Chronic Diseu of Women, suoh DspleMa s
ULuWe PeUmmAa Unnatural Deischarges, and sech weakneeses of women.
, o-re tadung yoar condition If you sac sick or afflicted. On request we
, se yoU e*Or literature, including symptom blanks for home trmntaMt.
lNO MESIAL00,, I i, ,.d.i." Atlanta, Ga.

Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf





uesday, 8:30 p. m. Pensacola.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m. At. Andirw, Wednesd
Wednesday, 2:30 p. In. Millville, Wednesda
hursday, 9:00 a. m. ApalauchitlIY, Thli' day,
Carrabelle, ThuAilI,
londay, 6:00 p. m. Mobile, M 6nd.a;6t
hursday, 3:00 p.m. Carrabelle.
riday, 11:30 a. St. Andrew. r.id
riday. 10:00 a. m. 51illville, F-riday,
Pensacola. Friday,
Pensacola to St. Andrew and Millville. $5.b0.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabell-, $7.50:
StAndrew and Millville to Apalachicola, $5.00.
Penaalatn on Mobhile *9 2-

y, 8.00a~l

400 ji. % a

11:30 P. ii

The above rates include meals and berths. W 6. BARRdW.


General Merchandii'e!

Cooking and Heating Stoves!

Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Etc.

Burial Caskets, Robes, Suits, Etc.



Dry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries

Notions, Provisions and Feed Stuffs,

Corner Washington Avenue and Bayview St.
I pay Cash for Goods and must de

a strictly Cash or Ready Pay


Thi is is niy

Patrons' Interest as well as my own. Vall air
Convince Yourself of this Trut i


Ship Chandlery Hardware

Notions, Paints and Oils, Nets and Twines, Salt,
Clothing, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishings.


Trunks and Valises.


Steel & W'ire Go.,

All Goods
all Grain apfl Fd

Mail Orders

Made in Iron. Any Postoffice Gladly Sent

T-E] .-ie-IM on the Ba)! Ai
Wind Mill CompanyB :mE : o u 0 -
Breech -Loading We Are
^'1% THE
Woolsey's 12-GaueG un! HOE MEN!
Best Coppr Pain. $5.50


OQ5** -- ---Q9S&Qb~!!^UqUBa



Forfi ve of these coupons and sixty- cents %eat or brought to the Buoy
office we will furnish you a beautiful finished 14-k.t. S alt Peien, that costs at. retail $1.50. The.pen is complete with box and
filler and is fully warranted by the manufacturers and can be returned to
them if unsatisfactory in any particular.
Qm 9QGQ^ei~iQ6Q- ^^fQ~^-i^

m Ivllle, ElF.,

Manufacturers of

Rnogh, Dressed ad ifflimsiol

Yellow Pile Lumber.

Dealers in General Merchandise.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and Feed.

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Special report to the Buov.
Ms.& W. Ro~rts, aistedIyFor Membil)er o the Legislature.
Ms. Emory Timpkins, gave the To all who will take part in the com-
Ing 'rimarieson May 15, I am a can-
'chool chiltireni an El, ter lawn ,purt.y, did;Lte for re-election to the House of

ThaurgdATy; APR'~ 10. 1906.

~T. A2 SlE


tmraisi~ate 4'N; 6~H ?J 55j
.......5 G6io~iy "X 40
Lt l UjiioiM' Jaip.4.60
"re.i tu:l.. o. a
Arliuckle.1b 1 245 S'0gltlnd" ;.. 10
;iiliLr g~aps 312 goikinig powder
.ice~~sd'.10 Royal ...... ..51)
L'olJCeo, 1iltig "NA41I C3amnpbell. .....10
Caninedl fruit
1.lotluidayera.8-15' Peachtes. ... 10.t20
Valecit ...... 8 'rwitoep....S.012
ti) ....... 6j &pples ........ 10
pple, a IPears......... .15
1-, oiatd. -I-It Plumh .... 10
Joal Oil pr #a. 20) Strawlberries. .. 20
.saiolifne '. .. Pineapple . .l~l.
I;idiSyrtip. .it- t-tuiecl Meats
iii.......... 75 Ituast Beef. . 121.,
4ainegmr .. .. *. .3 Corned Beef. IV,~

jelly, :1~. a~t
s..Ilie Uice. ..... 4:
Vgg per do~z. ..'-0

lost- er ... '-11
Salmon, . 10( I

C,'ra ..... 0.l I
l'.a. ii .. ..... 10
|'i l l ,kl in ....- 1"

lo a -. I',ork
I t.r ofa.th>,2.3- i5 .iuu .....11
leliak..... 3.25 Bacon Sides.... .12
UrurnMeal prlbu7Tt60 Fresh ....... 8alt0
Oat Meal pr .. 5 Br'kf'stBac'n 16-22
Corn per It .5,uOc Hamn canv's'd 15-20
p;t.q Aties Shoulders..... II
.-i..... ... 1 40 leif
Karlv Iatse seed 1.60 Corisied...... 8
Sweet.... 60@75 Fresh........8 10
alt, pr sack... .00 Dried ......... 2-
TabMle ........ 5 Milk pr (it...... 10
aiils. oer lb4t&a5J Ax,with handle. 75
Uiti'v rike do.6a6i Hoes, each.... 35a50
Ml llitiA rope...9al2Copper pilnt. can 50
31oves cook.. .$8a25 Linseed olt.gali G60
tipe, perjoiut 18
ur 1IOOtJ.
i'rituts, per yd.. 5I8 ClGel4eRs .......5a)'2
"hceetings .... 5Al9 Flajiiel. ..... 15.a40
Musliu,....... N, Tliread per spool. 5
leans ...... : 15a45 Shi6es,,ldies,$flat75
Kxtra laits;Pt d 22 Men's... $1 0c.4t0o
H ty pr cwt. .i75 .iS Oits pr hu ...... 60
rAd .....:: i.25 Bf H1 pr M .. ..
4 ipe i .al @ ....i L itir hl...... 7
FUUIT aud 14 6T'3.
)ranges pr doz.. 45 lecans pr Ii..... 15
Apples........ 15 WVaIutut......... 2o
.o .........20 Alnuontdl........ t

i1 s1helt il *iiJ 1i.5i Opeutibd lr 1t .. 20c
iurx4... $546)a150 ows....... *15a$2.
Mhites.... $50a$175 Hogs... .. to 4
'*xe,!.. pr yoke $65 Sheep........... 2
,Icl.ease,..,lh 40ia50 Geese each. 45a50i
irkeyys. .1... 75at.o0 Ducks........ 2 3m5"
r *edh Salt
Mullet pr dox 5lu '1 tllet pr 1t1,l 5.50
Troe t........... 25 Ti',, it.. ..... 5.55
Pmnpano pr lb... 6 Pompano.... 10.0
til u geOit .......10 Mackerel 8.01ft
IU M lBEt.
Floorting, Celltig.
tafrl m n..t.$11.0 Heitt, y 10 ...14.001
Face ... 12.00 Face ... 12.001
Sap ... 10,00 Salp to0.o
Drop siding, Cla phards,
deart lace ~'f 14.00 '-x6 in. VIn. ..$12.411)
San 1" 0.00 Finishilig it"-
Buritluilher.. 8 @'2 her,di.. *a1 15.00(
leaSt Ihengles, 2.50 Lath, fit .... .2.401
Stn l i1.50 Boat lunuler,
d ted. ....$20

How'S T'Iis '.
We offer One Huindred '( llars Reward
for aiy case of Catarrh that canmn lie
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. OHENEY&CO., Props. Toledo,O.
We the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 year,. and believe
aim perfectly honorable itn all business
transactions anti financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their firm.
West &Traux, Wholesale D uggists,
Toledo, 0.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
acting directly upon the blood at.d mu-
cous siurfuces of the system. Price, 75L:
per bottle. Sold by all druggists,
Tik- dall's Fitanilv Pills for constipiL-

S Hato Ilt Partlinmnt.
During the reigu 'f King John (1199)
the king agreed to settle the difficulty
with Philip II. of France respecting the
Dutchy of Normandy by single com-
bat. John, earl of Ulster, was the
A -_l . _ - - .I -

appeared on the field of combat his
adversary put spurs to his horse and
fled, leaving the earl master of the
field. King John asked the earl what
bis reward should be. "Titles and land
I want not," be replied, "but In remem-
brance of this day I beg the boon, for
myself and my successors, to remain
covered In the presence of your majes-
ty and all other sovereigns of this
realm." This request was granted and
never revoked, and It is said to account
for the custom in parliament of mem-
Sbers wearing their hats.-London Stand-
'Webater as a Farmer.
Webster was a scientific farmer. He
believed thoroughly In the value of
blooded stock. At Marshfield he had a
herd of sixty or eighty head of cattle
composed entirely of thoroughbred an-
i mals-of Alderneys, Ayrshires and
evons. Hlie had several yoke of Dev-
on oxen, which were his particular
pride. Besides, there were blooded
sheep and swine. All In all, Webster
was considered by his neighbors the
best farmer of the country. He was,
moreover, a friend generous and con-
aiderate. There used to be a saying
down Plymouth way that a stranger
could always tell when Webster was at
home by the cheerful loots df the peo-
ple for ten miles around.-Ollver Bron-
son Capon in Country IUfe in America.

last Saturday. All report having a
very nice time.
Mrs. Wills and Miss Yaing and
daughter, Given speut E ster with
Mrs. Edi6iry Tompkins.
tur pastor filled his regular ap-
pointment, Sdiddiy. gevries was well

A party of young people took a
launchI dle Sunday, to bay, to the
Ewster ae% vices.
Master Curtis Ware ha4i come
Iome friiom school fot a few days va-
cationl. All of his friends alo well
pleased to see him.
AJ. Scurlock is visiting 1is parents,
Mr. aud Mrs. H1anry Scualock.
John Porter, our Tuompkins mer-
chant, in doing a thriving business.
Mrs. E. Newmnau of EconfinUa is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Saders Eillis of Tonipkins.


L~astel duinlay has come and paa.
ed muit' the entertailulment given by
ilo CrioandlLtou Sunday school iu the
Seeuinig was nlaginificent. Everything
pertaining thereto passed off like
clock wu, k, and now to enjoy the
iniits of the elaborate work, live it
alid practice the precepte taught by
the enteitainmient and we will all be
better boys and girls, better men ai.d
women and better neighbors.
Millville was well represented and
411l spoke in praise of the success of
She entertainment.
T'l'e tislhermen on our coast are
making some tinue catches of inackea-
il, fiov. May success attend their elf-
forts throughout the season, as their
calling is no sinecure.
Messrs; Hudge & Son, are getting
Material lt u building Mirs. Smit..'s

Fiiik Stiutieaket I6 back at Isis
old place in the Millvillb hill shol b.
Capt, tRobt. Studebaker will soon
have his fine new scliood6er afloat.
She is a beauty.

For a Weak lagestion.
No medicine ciin replace food but
Chainberlain's Stomac.ih and Liver'Tablets
will help you td digest your food. It is
not the quantity of I food taken that gives
strength and figor to the system, but the
amount digested and a.-similated. It
troubled Ithl a weak digestion, don't
alil to gile these Tabl, ta a trial '1 hous-
a..d4 ha'e been benefited by their use.
They only boat A quarter;* For sale by all
iedicinte dealers
------ ~**** ---
A Sloth Afrivema e NIm:
The hardy Boer vbortrekkera had ii
fine sense of poetry iti naming plaeO
In South Africa. ii thio Trrinavaal
there Is a place which rejoices in the
name of Waachteenbeltjebeldebasch-
fontein. "It is a name," says a Cape
Town exchange, "which speaks of lei-
sure, whose gentle invitation to the
thirsty traveler to rest a little by the
brook beneath the cool ,shade of the
tree calls up at once the thought of a
green oasis in a dry and barren land."


If row haven't a regular, healthy sitorement of the
bowels everyday, you're ill orwill be. Keep your
bowels open, and be well. Force, in the shape of
violent phyraile or pill poison. is dangerous. The
smoothest, easiest, most perfect way of keeping
the bowels clear and lean is to take

Pleasant. Palatable, Potent. Taste Good. Do
Uood. Ne6er Sicken. Weaken or Gripeml 10. IS25 and
60 centa per bo. Write for free sample, ad book-
let on health. Address 433
SWrliM Rmdi* Company, ChIcago oi ew YoreT.

Overrsmehed Himself.
The wives of two British army of-
SA-- -

ncers Wuo na oween stau'j-on Tor a
long time In India met recently In Lon-
don and went to a restaurant to take
luncheon together. As their talk was
of a personal and somewhat private
nature, they fell to conversing in Hin-
doostanee. This aroused the curiosity of
the waiter attending them to bursting
point. He presently came forward and
said gravely: "Excuse me, madame,
but I think it only right to Inform you
that I understand French."

A Lucky Postmistress,
ia Mrs, Alexander, of Gary, Me., who
has found Dr. King's New Life .Pills to
be the best remedy she ever tried for
keeping the stomach, liver and bowels
in perfectordar. You'll agree with her
if you try these 'painless purifiers that
infuse new life. Gnaranteed by A. H.
Brake. Price 25c.
Cheerfulness is one of the great mir-
acle workers of the world. It re-en-
forces the whole man, doubles and
trebles his power and gives new mean-
ing to his life. No man is a failure
until he has lost his cheerfulness, his
optimistic outlookX The man who car-
ries a smiling face and keeps cheerful
In the midst of discouragements, when
things go wrong, when the way Is dark
and doubtful, l ssure to win.-Success

Representatives from Washington
county, aul soliolt your support. With
my past experience and unflagging in-
terest in my county and in our entire
state, and feeling confident that no one
would gaurd her interests more zeal-
ously, and assuring each and eyery one
of my fellow citizens that I thoroughly
appreciate your loyal support in the
past, T am yours for service.
For Tax Assessor.
It is with gratitude I thank the citi-
zens of Washington county for past fa-
vors I have served you, practicatly,
one year-will have served two years,
January 1, 1907. But ere that time y,
will be called upon to elect an officer.
assess your property the next two vea
I have tried to do my duty thus far, and
feeling that I could better serve you a
second term than I have in the past,
will ask your consideration for a second
term. I therefore submit my claim for
your consideration in the Demooratic
Primary, May 15. 1906.
Yours very 'ruly. J. W. BOWEN.
A I.-. n"-i. A
The Income tax Is an old Institution
:n Englund, and a story which should
imuse all taxpayers fa told of the way
in which Ke:ly, former owner of the
anymarket Opera House, evaded pay-
ing his tax. The commissioners called
.o protest at his having given his in-
:ome at 5 0. "Sir," said Mr. Kelly, "I
confess I have erred In my return. In
'act, I have not 500 pence." "Are you
aot stage manager at the opera.
hou-e?" inquired one of the commli-:
sloners. "I am," said Kelly, "but there
Is no salary attached. I do It to gratify
my love of music." "Well, but you
teach?" said another. "I do, but I have
no pupils," was the ready answer. "I
think you are a concert singer?" per-
sisted a th:rd. "You are right, but I
have no engagements." "At least you
have a good salary at Drury Lane?"
cried the last. "A very good one," said
the Imperturbable victim, "but it Is
never paid." He was let off.
About Rhenuilati.nsi
There are few diseases that inflict more
torture than rheumatism and there ias
probably no disease for whtch such a v'i-
vied and useless lot of remedies have
been sugge4ted. To say thi.i it can be
cured is therefore a bold statement to
muke, but Chambeilain's iPain Balm,
which enjoys an extensive sale, has met
with great su.-cvsa in the treatment of
this Idisease. One appiicatiou of P'atn
Balm will relieve the pain, and hundreds
of sufferers have testified to permanent
cures by its uso. Why suffer when Pain
Balm affords Isuch quick relief and costs
but ea trifle? For sale by all medicine
-~ ~-- ^^- ^----
'A', -l .. At.
Congressman Mor.e of Massachu
.setts was a great admirer of Speaker-
Reed, to w i.oi: lie sahid on on!e occt
-lon, "D)o you know. Mr, R.ltd. thi
people are talkhig a great deal aboul
you for president., nd I wou'd not be
surprisedd If they elected you president
some day?" "Well. Morse," was Ilh
dry comment of the speaker, "they
Could do worse and I have no doubt
they will."
In Ue.
Mamma (at breakfast table)-You
should always use your napkin,
Georgle. Georgle-I am using It,
mamma. I've got the dog tied to the
leg of the tablhte -'t I-Olden Days,




Dry Goods,


French Origin o:
'The Brtlish ant
French orig.u. T-
asserts that the-
the Ki.g" are a ill
hymn In honor of
by the young girls
coiva.at uf St. 'Cyr,
The French word
-rnind rNeu.
uGrnd DItu. v
I ive If rul!
S Que. touJo,:r
Louis victory
S Vole.es er'
-1 Toujour
The music of t
during his lq'ltt
who on his return
It to George 1. .

Mother Gray's
dren. SuccessfiL
Gray. nurse n
New York
late tihe bo
More than 31
never fail. Ad
pie FREE Ad
LeRo%, N Y.. ,
Thle use of re
authority, who In
Is Injurious and'
dulged In by tlho
ihemsqelvs In the
sist disease. I bec:
category of IrrIt.
rou.;Ing the vital
the poison, provo
mlstnkingly supp
force, whereas th
of self pre4ervat
be seen how m
building up of th
such substances
them to the exchl
The result would
of the Idea.

Is the Mo
Science has pro
an atmosphere,
some storm possil
but not for human
hard enough time
especially those
Electric Bitters c
ness, malariti., c
dice, dvsvepsia,
kidney complaint
female weakness
g'-neral tonic an<
Slpirsonl and especi
induces sound sleel
lby A. H. Brake, .

D n-
Hanson--How d
ty Ihe wild' 'IW-1
il:tiaghtpr'? I ihou
ter you were aft
I was, to tell tl
asked Marie to i
said, "Ask ianam
ed- to do It I star
ousness that mar
fore I had the qu



an oeuicated

ders or Chll-
by Mother
s Home in
bad stom

enttroy worms.
onials. They
N~igistl, 25c. Samn-
len S Olmsted,

pu g..
dl colfee. says nu
de- tobacco as well.
might not to be in-
who seek to place
ist condition to re-
e they belong in the
t drugs. These. lby
orces to get rid of
the action whlc'i 14
ed to te an added
action Is only one
n. It will readily
h su porting anJ
system there are la
trying to live o'n
lion of other things.
prove the absurdity

af Inhabited.
n that the moon lus
'hiich makes life in
o on that satellite;
beings, who have a
In this earth of ours,
heo don'r know that
"e headache, bilious.
ilia and fever, Jaun-
zziness. torpid live ,
general debility and
s. Unequaled as a
appetiz.:ir for .weak
ily for the aged. It
. Fully uaranteted
'rice only 0 cts.

[n In.
you come to mar-
,iriur instead of her
;ht It was the dough-
r. Janson-Well. so
Truth, but when I
rry me one day she
h.' and when I start-
mered so with nerv-
mia said "Yes" be-
'stion out.

and beu'tifica the balI.
l a 5uJArumIt OiuFth.
J?.il. To Restore Gray
0o its youthful Color.
ilp dua.u aF hair 311tmg.
ad $1 00f 00itgD-

[lton Ave..

ts. Etc.


, Etc.





of Country

a See Me.


A =:A !

ouRa DonefAifK Twe BcuT-J
I -RRYMO; Indianapori~ila,

Led a Double Life.
Officer Martin, who had been on the
"force" for six months or more, wa,
different in some rvlpelct.s from many
of his fellow policemen. He never
weut into a saloon except In the per-
formuanee of his regular duty; never
sw)re,'.r lltl aw.0 uud) ieun-, ,,ut.
never shlrkd.
Because of these differ-nc's flnd lbe-
eau-k hLe was uncolumunicative and
was not in the usual sense of the term
a "good fellow" a suspicion that all
wa- not right and that he had some-
thing to conceal became aroused, and
at last reached the chief of police, who
determined to interrogate him.
Accordingly the chief called him into
his private office one morning.
"Officer Martin," he said, "so far as
I know, you are one of the best men
on the payroll, but there are rumors
that you are not altogether what you
seem to be, and that there is a chapter
in your life that none of us knows
anything about."
"I can't deny It, sir," responded the
policeman, somewhat surprised, but
not at all abashed.
"You confess it then?"
*'Yes, sir."
"Would you mind telling me what It
Is in coutidence?"
".Not at all. sir," said Officer Martin.
"I sing In a suburban church choir on
Sunday."-Youth's Companion.

Notice [of Application for Tax
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of
Notice is hereby gives that Cor 8.S
Beck, purchaser of Tax Certificate-No.
166, dated the 2d day of July, A. D. 1900,
has filed s .id certificate in miy office, and
has made apolication for tax deed to is-
sue in accordance with law. Maid cer-
tificate embr'sce the following described
property, situated in Wa-hington county,
Florida, to-wit:Block a7, stP4 sef 36,
tp 3s, r. 15w, The said land being as-
aessed at the date of the issuance of said
certificate in 'he name ol Unknown. Un-
less :said ce-tificate tshall iie redeemed
according to law. taxt deed will issue.
thereon on the l2th day of MaNy, A. V.,
Witness my oicial signature and seal
1L.S.] this the Stt day of April,
A. D. 1906 W. C. LOCK hY,,-
Clerk Circuit Court,
of Washington County. Florid '.

Notice of Application for Tax
Under Section 8, Chapter 4888 Laws of
l' rida.
Notice is hereby give that Corn, .
Beck. purchaser of Tax Certificates 'No,
4092, 4093 and 44094i dated the Kth duy of
August, A. D. i894, has filed said certitifi,
onte in my office, and has made a'plica-
tion for tax deed to issue in accordance
with law. Said certificates embrace the
following described property situated in
Washington county, Florid', to-wit; Lot s
1. 2, 3, 4, 5. 0, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18,
block 1, nwi sec 1, tp. 41, r. 15w The
stid land being assessed at the date of
the issuance of such certificate in the
name of[Unknown. Unless said certificates
sh ll be redeemed according to law, t x
deed will issue thereon on t' e 12ih day
of lay, A.D. 1906.
Witness my official signature and seal
[L.S.I thti lhe 5th day of April, 1 f06.
W. C. LOCK ,oY,
Clerk Circuit Couirt,
Washington Jounty. Fi.

Notice of Apilcatioin for Tax
UL.der Section 8 of Chapter 488S Laws of
Notice is hereby given that John S.
Scott, purchaeser of Tax Certificate No.'
3, dated the 4th day of August, A. 18900,
has filed said certifieate in ny office, and
has made application for tax deed to is-
sue in accordance with law. Said certiff-
cate embraces the following descrii'ed
property situated in Was.,iigtoui county,
Fluiida, to-wit: -sw of nw4 sec I, tp.
In, r. 13w. The said land being assess-
ed at the date0ofthe issant.tce of srbh cer-
tifio td iu the unmue of L'nkiuuon. Unless
said 'certificate shall be redeemed ac-
cording to law. tax deed will issue there-'
on on the 12th day of May, A.. 1906.
Witness my official signature and seal
[L. s.] this the 5th day of April, A.1).
S1906.. W. .LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Court
of Washington County, Florida.
The generosity and forbearance of
the poor are to me astonishing.-Mrs.
I can conceive of no more degrading
profession for a woman than the pro-
fession of husband hunting. -Jerome
K. Jerome.
If only we could emancipate our-
selves from the perpetual fear of the
opinion of others how splendidly free
life would become.-Robert Hichens.
There is no power without -clotbes.
It hr.the power that governs the human
race. A policeman in plain clothes In
q t uan; un his uniform be Is ten.-
Msi Tctwain.
No one is ever bored unless he Is
comfortable. That's the great prinei-
ple. There isn't time for It. You can-
-not be bored and something else at the
same time.-E. F. Benson.
Very few girls in the present day re
quire books with Imagination. I wrote
books for them which would have de-
lighted me at their age, but nowadays
the majority of girls read boys' books.
-Katharine Tynan.

Our former town
and yousg soil, lVO
ited St. Andrew tfo
6rat of the week.
Uhas, Forltet, t,
for the Ware Me
retumued the first,
Vernon where, f o
had been serving
capacity (.f juryma

,1. "
nan, H. Folsom,
of MArianna via-
da) or two the

geuial salesmaiii
matile Company
the week from
several days he
a country in the

s5ve the Kins."
i'tl authem is of
Petite Republique
bd of "'God Save
It translation of n
'li XIV.. chanted
i residence at the
Wfals hymn were:
l1 e rol!
le rol

. t was copied
by Handel,
b e- A 11 -


For Thin.

Poor Blooa

You can trust a medicine
tested 60 years Sixty years
of experience, think of that!
Experience with Ayer's Sar-
saparilla; the original Sarsa-
parilla; the Sarsaparilla the
doctors endorse for thin blood,
weak nerves, general debility.
fBt s*en this A Tod old medlelne cannot do
is best work If the liver is inaOtive and the
bowels consUtpated. For the best possible re
wuilt, you should take laxative doses of Ayer's
PIlls while taking the Sarsaparilla.
JIA f a .O.AyOA ,t,dwU. Xmass.
J A aLo ma auttnrora of

We have no dS1S We puaii>
he formulas of til esit mediolnes.

The Allantol L mber Compa y,



RE0 U I H 0 R DR RESSED I IT e f E *I,

Whether I argue -!It Small. Write for Prices:







Drugs Medicines, Fancy r Tolei Arlicloe

I Handle no Quack Nostruimis,

DR. J. J. KESTER, M, D.Drita&


In Effect April 14, 1901
No4 No, 2 No. No. 1
12:35 n'n 11:05 p.m. Leave Pensacola, Arr.ve 5:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m
2:22 p.m 1:02 a.m. Flomnaton, Leave 2:33 a m. 2:3<*
4:22 2:55 Mobile, 12:30 n'n 1:25 "
8:25 7:30 New Orleans. 8:004 p.m. 9:30 a m.

No. 2
11:05 p.m.
6:15 am.
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2:30 "
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7:20 p.m

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6"30 Arrive
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1 -30 p.m
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A Simple Man.
It takes a neighbor to disentangle a
man from a handsome setting.. A good
afiay years ago, when Wordsworth
was poet laureate of England, a worthy
Cumberland yeoman walked many
miles, In response to widely scattered
notices, to hear the poet laureate ad-
dre'. -a'eeling. When he discovered
who held the high sounding title, he left
the lall In Indignation'.
"'Twas jioblbut old Wadsworth o"
4ydai, efter aw!,h6 esaid scornfully on
his return to his family.

The Shillalah.
The shillalah, accounted Ireland's na-
tional weapon of defense, was original-
ly a common blackthorn stick, but in
modern times it has been replaced by
the more wiry ash sapling. The real
shillalah is a young shoot of the sloe
shrub or blackthorn pulled by the root
from the crevice of some rock. After
being trimmed It is placed In the smoke
of turf neat, which softens the hard
fiber, and when it has reached a con-
dition as pliant as rubber It Is straight-
Words Passed.
Judge-You say that words passed
between the accused and his wife. Did
you hear what they were? Witness-
No; I didn't hear them, but I saw them.
Judge Saw them ? Witness Yes.
They were In the dictionary that he
threw at her.
I ll I I I I .II I

NOR I'llH.

Birmingham *
St. Louis



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P'unsaeola. Ar
Galt City
Good Range
Mill i an
Deer I ard
Mossy Head
)eFuniak Sprinvs
Ponce de Leon
Cypress ,.
Orand Ri.dge
RiverJunction Leave

No. 1
,4;0J p.m
11:1 > a.tn
8::13 *t
b:15 p.m
6:00 '.',
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5:45 '"
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4:11 *.

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On the Black IMouo.tain. ..
Nothing strike5 a,vll:or t'y.hJe Black'
Souhitain more fo; cbly than the per.
ect security, of a country where eve-ry
man Is a v.xr'.i;" :,: ge about hiLS.
daily busints w!IL LiJ revolver In hls
telt. Th tr.i :er' i sacr.i to 1 .t,
.on,..pn-gtrinw, l I:J 0nan*lu'-s--Froe----
i',e truth of the saying that they a.'e
the ariht .-n *.'- bf ith P.rvi:n race..
T)ressed in ihe r p pturti.nlie nationuf
garb of blue knickerbuckers, white gal-,
ters and crimson ja'ckett., with pork pie.
caps of s.ar..-: 'aid black on theiiir
heads, hfie m 'outal.-,rs i.-M: tie bear'
ideal of a uatlon C.f Frl4tcro. such as%
the old Greeks musf hiave been lit the
days when they a:.t '-.-ried annr The:r
whole Listory tis:rlg e1jc li've .,'lirlr8
of Montencg 'n n.: penudence, beit
one long series of fr>ontler f(';!dd, anid
even now guerrilla wa:arare on the Al-
banian border is '.iot .:tflnct. But ')
the stranger wlihln their gati, wh..
ever be hls uiat" riaity'. th, n'mintaln-
eers are friendly apd hospitable. -
Westminster I'teview.
saved '1 ,,.
Eph- Hot'd d' gt :r:.,ni rkiu .,
them there s!"pinr;' tr.,; .. ii V A. tuok
your trip? Sinri -',,t f' .: rig' j ,
but I caught a c,)lor(ed fl'pr trip' to*
sneak away with my, boows an' malq
'Im bring 'ain back.-I'adianapoll'sftiar.
kake your failure tra .cl b court
age; It will tlit differ fronf suied..-
Thoreau. .
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El JUS Hair Renewer
Makes the hair grow long and heavy, and keeps it soft and glossy.
Stops falling hair and cures dandruff. And it always restores
color to tray hair. Sold for flfty years. "'-.*t..,, rVu***_et.,.


Co0tractini Builder and Work

Factory on Bay Front, oear Washi

Is Prepared to Build Houses, Launches

Factory Equipped with Engine and Mod

Mouldings, Coffins, Stair-Build

Estimates Cheerfully Fuj

At W. W, TUCKER'S Old S7ad;
Carries a Full Limi

N. 0 T I O N SI
Headquarters .for the Purchase and Sal

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Tr e M nr f er:'1,
Thus a;r -: v *L i o 'v -,b coro'ia of th,
sun to b'ea n sot of outer envelope, so
shielding uss from the intense solnr
ligbt nd het thatit may be said
without exaggerattlig that the sun has
never really been studied comprehen-
sively. Within the corona is an ocean
of gas 5.000 miles deep, stained a ruby
red by the crimson blaze of hydrogen,
Flashes of flame leap from this ruddy
mass often to a height zf a hundred
thousand miles and mor*.


Land office at OCair cvill Fl Ha.
Fe 1, 190l .
Notice is hereby gi ven that the fol-
IoWlng named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup-
port of his claim .'and that said proof
will be :made before the Clerk of the
Circuit Court at Vernon, Fia., on Apr il
20, 190i., viz:
JOHN BEAPNELL of Allanton, Fla,
Hd 305F1 for'ithe s. of sci (o, ? of lots
6 and 7) of see 18, tp )s, r. 12 w.
He names the following witi,sses9 to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.i:
J E Murray ol Allanton, William
Strange and H Van Strange of Farm-
dale ind John Kronmiller of Wetappo,
Fli. W. G. RoItiftsoN. itegister.
; hl itnderr's fee paid.
N't-ITIt 1, E' 1 iI'I{|ll AT T iN.

._._ --43aairSn-stis .Artisa!ErnTe. Fluo-7
i FW b I.. 1!>(. \
,t,.',? i" h- .jr,,l1 p.'v.n thb U .' f,,:
lowing, named '-ttlhr ha-. tilei not,'-e of
her ijtenti, oni, IITI m e rin.i roof in :iip-
rport of h} ft l ilii, aintd trat jaid i.ro.'f
will be made before the Clerk of the
Circuit, Coirt.l at Vernon, Fla.,oon Apt,.
1, 190*',: \ i'. I
JEMIMA MI;I.LAYlY, c4 Allaton,.
V la
1d 30582, for lot I of se! 1 ftiy. .7, r. (2w.
.he'nariTes he following witnesse's.to
prove her continuous residence upey
and cultilatiou of s-aid land( viZ.:
John Readnell of Allanton, William
Strange and H. Van Straige of Farm-
dale and John Kronmuil'le of TWetappo,
Flai. WV. G. RObNSON, Regi-ter.
jI4Editor's fee naiJ.

Pi s-'.rRTYxKNT o'F THt I N4rRi'orl.
Feb. 19, 190th, )
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowingu nanied'settler has filed notice of
his intention to make fital proof in sup--
port of his claim, and that said prot-f
wtil be made before the Clerk of the
Circuit Court at Vernon. Fla., on Apr.
20, 190h. v:z.i
WILLIAM McCLOUD, of Nixo-n, fPla,
Hd 33377 for the sef of sec. 5. tp. is, r.
He. names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Will Ellis, Will Bennett, George El-
]is and Hattie Gree., all of Nixon, Fla.
W. G. RoBINSON, Register


WITH Dr. King's

New Discovery
FOR OUGHS and 50c& $1.00
OLOVt Free Trial.
Surest and Quickt Cure for all

Dooknmaker Chancee~
Layers of odds at the race track are
prone to circulate tales of their enor-
mous losses upon certain races, but it
is seldom that a loss oni a run may be
showvt, for it has been figured by ex-
perts that a skillful layer makes a
book showing a percentage of 25 in
his favor, by which be is bound to
retain at least one-fourth of his tak-
lugs. Large losses happen occaioh-
ally when axi unexpected victory
pays 10 ci' 50 to 1, but, as, a general
thing. unless the bookmaker deliber-
ately gambles with chance he "makes
books" so that he will show a profit
on each race. A skillful bookie can
so manipulate the odds that at no
point does lie stand to lose on a race,
and", like his brother of the gambling
house, his profit lies in this percentage
in his favor. Even where gambling
gatie. are run without recourse to
fraud the odds lu favor of the dealer
are never less than 20 per ct'i.

A Woman Never I)Doea.
A loafer on ihe street, whose wife
was probably at home getting out a
neighbor's washing to make money to
buy the children's shoes, asked a busy
man the other day if' h ever saw a
baldheaded woman.
"No, I never (lid." replied the busy
man. "And I never saw a woman
waltzing around town in her hiitrt
sleeves with a cigar in her teeth andl
ruuIJtili into every saloon she.' saw.
I N-nirlu-r did 1 *' !. wi airi, sitting
al' a, ; M .,7 r'- r -r ',ii.7, -i-a--_ l'ry
go.Ods box telling I'f',,i, how the ."e-'-
ret4ry of th,0 treasury should run the
national finfiices. I have never soen a
,v, man go fishing with a bottle in hr
pocket, sit on the bank all day and goi
home drunk at Hight. N\or have I ever
seen a woman yank off her coat andl
sa she could lick any man in town.
God bless 'em. the womfn; asf' not built
that way."- Knnsas City JTournal.

the ,'i nhe of tWhlit.
Whbist is thought to be of Enguli,h
origin aud a development of the game
#rump, or triumph, which was played'
in England ioJ nh, 1 -e of Henry Viii.
V'ist was not mentioned by Shaliko-
speare or the writers of his day. Its4
earliest record is in the poems of Tnay-
for. the water poet 10621.. It is spoken
of i fe sVot .&.ia.. (1680) of Cot-
on's "Cohmpleat Gamestr"'' as "tho
game of whist, so called froin the1 -.
lence that is to be observed in tho
play," but as whisk seemrns to have Iboenii
its' 'vigitial V'F.?6, according to somo
authorities, this derivation is not usI
sured. The game was at first nine up,
This wa:s changed to ten up early in
the eighteenti|'. ec!'tury, and In' 18G4
the exl)ae'r;ienti of dividingg the game
into half, which was tirst tried as early
as I17T5. wis general ndop)tedl by the

noxi rvft er ihio li Nl sti.i.
Swlhowo. and liouse martins build
1y sii'-kiug ip.chy;c r pellets of pre.
)rt:i'( rrn;-,i nfliud. Mnst of thie material
L W (Ili in ")i-:!r ithe drying pu(dhs on
hr- !i;,-h r'.i'- ..a If ;;,.: f i:;d -it04 any-
; ,' !.I; thl i n of ti t ' h T
wou'd Ul 1 o .1''t.e when dir.L But
h 'e Ii'''* ,), ie If 'tuplied with a
lnucsI scr(t(in wiciA "(*'alales it to
,iii < ii pi' l''I"V-e t.,t s-h' ,. rih'T, sfwal-
'o ncsl 'fro ti i v' ic,11hli Chinese
wris' ost so p i u.niuu.t' alre 'onstruct-
i oi o L s ii n ;ii:'!- Inalter oily. An I n-
:.ii :- ;,; ,w \vlich iNl:ui little booat
L i '! n);.! ;,:g. nst .4 i runnks of
fy sre; '. a.- ir:. n kes thenm of
r:e'l ai!' .- rho':;.:'y Eagle.

PI :'rtn r Her Cardm,.
Toimm.i--nIy I stay up a little lon-
ger? Ethel --What do you want to stay
up fo;:? 'oir i.y-1 want to see you
and3 Mr. Gre-'n playing cards. Mr.
(reoeu--But we are not going to play
cardi. Tommy-Oh, yes, yon are, for
I a, '*t'1 man u!a saying to Ethel that
everything delp''niled on the way inu

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F'lrmer mr'.Frnit Crower" ... v) 5. a ay concern that on the lIt-day of Sep.
or idItgd cniturisr t 2 .51 timber, A. Tv. I9i; we shall apply to the'
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"-'"" How a Fish Breathes. '---
The gills of a fish are situated at the
back part of the sides of the head and
consist of a number of vascular mem-
branes, which are generally arranged
in double; fringelihe rows, attached to
the parts by the base only. In some
cases these membranes are feather
shaped, in others mere folds attached'
to the sides of the gill cavities. The,
fish is a cold blooded aniimal--that ls to
say, its temperature is seldom more
than a degree dr two higher than the
water in which it lives. This being
true; the creature needs but a very
small amount of oxygen to keep the
blood at a temperature sufficiently high
to sustain life. This oxygen is sup-
plied to the blood Of the fish by respir-
ing large quantities of water, or, rath-
er, drinking large quantities of water,
and respiring the air s eoiafated from
it by the gills1 Thist explains why a
fish cannot live in a tank of water
whi'h lhas been sifted through the gills
time arnd time again any better than a
human bieinu or other animal can in
air that lias been deprived of all its ox-
ygen by being taken into lungs and ex
pulled without being aerated. Fish
that die in the stale water of aqua-
riums mnay bOe proporlki said to drown,
because they perish for want of allr.
%h. same thing which occasions death
by drowning in man and other lung
breathing animals.

nia (Coat For a Bear.
Thereji OI! lig Ur beav% _swc
Y-.;tl; that gets c:dled beyond belief.
HI- belongs to a Sixth avenue furrier.
Re d i not a live bear. Even the mem-
ory of the oldest passenger on the ele-
*ntel road goetb rent back tod the time
Sif that Ibear', demise; yet, in spite of
1his liig period as a "dead one," he Is
tl.p sleekest, best groomed bear in New
i'ork. That Is because the furrier
itlhes such good care of him,
Storms are never allowed to' beat
utio hsl. .dioqsy coat. He cannot be
umnijred to the extent of being brought
indoors during a downpour because it
is hbl business to stand on d pedestal
outtide aud drum up trade, but the
toxt best thing Is done for him. He ts
provided with A rain coat. It covers
him from snout to tail; so, no matter
how hard the rain may beat or the
wind moy blow, he Is Insured from
damage thereby.-New York Press.

A Very Seniatlve Lady.
A young lady endowed with oIn
52ost sensitive nerves mentioned one
evening to a few friends assembled In
her drawing room that she had a hor-
ror of the rose. "The perfume of thWi
Aower," said' she, "gives me a severe
headache and faintness." Thi conver-:
sation was interrupted by thb visit of,
a fair friend who wore a rosebud In
her headdress. Our fair heroine turned
pale directly, tossed her arms and fell
gracefully in a swoon upon the otto-
.btht at strange neii'vous suscepf
6ility! What a delicate and impres-
ilonable organization!" dried the spec-
tators. "For mercy's sake, madam, go
awayl P don't you see that you have
caused this attackk"
"I?" replied th4' astonished' lady.
"Yes, of course it Is the perfume of
ihle rosebud in your hair."
"Really, If It is so I will sacrifice the
guilty flower, but judge before you
The flower, detated hocm th1 4 eaed-
dfess, was passed from hand to hand'
among the spectators, but their solici-
tude soon gave way to a different emo-
tion. The fatal rosebud was an arti-
ficial one!-London Leader.

Frate of the Twitf mDisciples.
Andrew Was probably crucified at
Patrae, in Achala; Bartholomew, said
to have been flayed alive and crucified,
wi: i head down, in Armenis~ James,
brother of John, H-ered ;;!~'. hn with
his sword; Janmes, son of Alphous,
thbown from tihe temple and stoned to
deattiC Joho, tnie' of death c~sajee-
tU'o; Juda., said to have hanged him-
self in a very bng'iu;g manner: Jude.
saki t. t.tif' d(ietd : turally and also
claimed to have been mavrtyred; Mat-
thew, claimed as a tmartyrt, ritt proba-
bly died a natural d'-.i:. PetVr, cruel
fled at Rome; I'hilip, said o .ti\'he been
tortured to death in Greece S:m.on
(Canaanire), crucified i Juiae,: In the
reign of Domitiau; Thonim .. |,)l blbiy
put to death with a lan-, iu P'ez-sia or
Wordnwortb's "Joke."
A rare old book, called "The Living
Authors of"' England," published In
1S40,9 commences with a study of
Wordsworth, in which ia recorded what

Is said to be the only joke the pomt ever
made. At a friend's house after dlln-
ie.r, it appears, the conver-ation turned
upon wit and humor. Thomas Moore.
who was present, told some anecdotes
of Sheridan, whereupon W 1'Jsworth
observed that he did not consider him-
ke'i a witty poet. "Indeed." he said.
"I do int th,inl I was e\er witty but
-T r.e in--m- -It."-.
,eiii'. ies-e.1 to tlil the company
i.1hat this special dr''rl-y was, the
poet anid, wirh some lnsitatlio: "Well,
I will tell you. I was .-tanding son.m
time ago at the entrance of may cot.
tage at Rydal Mlount when a inan ac
coated me with the question. 'Pray
sir, have you seen my wife pass by?
whereupon answered, 'Why, my grd\
friend, I didn't know till this tosuien,
that you had wiflc' .
The company shared and upon renla
ing that this was all there wa.s to th,
poet's joke burst into a roar of laugh
ier, whleh Wordsworth smilingly ac
eepted as a genuine compliment to th,
brilliancy of bfa wit-,-Harper's Week
A Brave Sailor.
There is a tablet in the sailors' homr
at Melbqarne to James Marr. lie wa 1
a sailor before the mast on the lHip.
On July 15, 1873,. the Rip was caiigh:
ua a squall. Martr stt astride of tb .
gaff when a great wave broke over tih
boat and brought down the nui!inumst.
There was only one chance to sare the
[ip. That was to cut away the litter.
But Marr clung to the broke spar, auc
to cut away meant to send hint over
board to death. So, looking at him
doubtfully, the men hesitated, their
axes in their hands, MarrT, helpless,
pondered. He saw that his death
would be the boat's salvation, and he
"Cut away, mates! Goodby! "
Then he let himself fall into the col, t
wild sea. ,

Tl:ere I
get andl
kind h 'l
be rough
work of
soft touc
that love
vole to
and it is
right ti,
fid ka it
*drk at oi
role.p thn
thoughts i
yot ni h th.
that is si
grief and
the swoer
day as a
he worth
hanl the I
kind vollc,
to the eye
woll as vi

o*Al that
of Nicholh
lived hff A
the beglu
He was
coast t'i
his pl
ever e nl
the al*l'i

as pa
tinlan d
tiople t:
6arl, hie
the eleve
north ,be
tended sor r
tjon he prox
alone mor e .
cated it his-
Mrs. Baya'
Ing story of I

A Kind Voiev,
!,. I't.wer of love sd hard to
k 'Fp u~0 a kind Voice. A
Iv ;-:\t a ,il d11mb. It may
Sf-li iand blood, yet do the
r-,n't hli:rt and d(i it with a
But there is no one thing
miuch needs as a sweet
wha.t it means and feels,
dl to get firid keep it in the
OnA Lmust start In youth
v watch night and day, at
play, to get and keep a
Mhll speakc at all times the
kind heart, it is often in
it goes a voice or i tone
'p, fanl tt sticks t6 him
aniii stirs up ill will and
Us like a drop of gall on
f home. Watch it day by
I of great price, for it will
re to you 111 days to come
I pearl hid in the seas. A
to the heart what light is
t i< a light that sings as
s:-Elihu Burritt.

icbolaa of Myrt.
known with any rp'trllnty
1 the hare fnct tlint be
[.\l;or :aivcwli,&rao ,ib3;.jt
tf t fourth Century.
of Myra. a Lyclan sea-
erable.(of course, for
evoleae. and he was
st at least as early am
In the Greek church
t-,tc' aft"r the

x Myra he Is esteemed
n of by fdr he largest
. dox Greeks. the Russian
early as the year 5.K) Jus-
tes. a church in tConstanti-
renowned bishop. In the
-for a re-ason he is more
own as St. Nicholas of
acclimatized for good Iti
century. Illi \otgue In the
with the twelfth, but ex-
pidly that by the reft'orma-
Ibl, pl-ssossed In I'ngland
,hmr. li,'s and *-Ilape!. hl'dll-
hmr vr thfii .lyv other holy
:'r*:hlll M;tgailue.

Flacieray Story.
,41 Taylor teils an luterest-
Tha.k-wraiy in her- memoirs

"On Two w uontlnents." The Taylors
met Thackeray in Lon'l-, soon after

their marriAge. Mrs. Tayhkr wrltpes
that she fouid "conDtirmd Io bi f"s!i'',u
the characteristics which I had guessed
at from his 4ork'-a t arru heart under
the maFk of scathinz satire. On the

;I& .- I a I- .. I *
A imouloser s lIo\ foi her .'iv iren li al
ways being illustrated, not only ia
books, but iu reatl life. A true story i-
!old of a lady wlhCi baby Wu.va very ill
mId who sat waw',t-','.Ig "ihe .hlld with
absorbed attention, ev'ry tIuiant fear-
ing another con-tlsluoni aid pray.ng for
deliverance tronu it. At her side stood
an older thid \V WhO hatd stole'i into the
room Uhoisctrv.?d iald hvi/ was trying
to prick th. littlee WJ th' s\ot)t, in main-
uma's musli't wilt'i With a needi'e he
had foulid; I'i'-it'htly the father tamen
in, and the little thiild Wild sell ano
sent away,
"Wiidt i s th4 maitv with ot'1 i-m?'
whispered the funtlemitl to his wif
When at last th(ey ti fined t(1 0 .mchl Olieu
and smiled thlleir' titi!!kflfUe.id Uhif thi
baby had fallen aslec ,
"I don't kitd,;' s'aid ght. "Nothbi-
that I I;ln atr3? of."
S.h'e I~i;t 'i ".'r li.i.l ;n:1. found th-1
tle tl -i IDl il'u slotevCr as so:lke',
with i ie l I. -Ti. I ttI hbnv h iJ lIec,'i ',
o: aib--,-'i':t I IIOiN t rlp; 'rt that he la,
jabl.(:l ';th all li: 4 u :.1'lt. Ii. iti she i.
her teprii'l p iiuxitty lbani ujt felt 1t.
thru i'ts.
Cold That K1lls a1 *( old 'I'h.th Cnrv.
In Lugland severe tioli glnir: i.
'il' a g ail i:u.y ie 1 p:?.'. In .erta.
riL's 01of No7lh .1 moA -. c '.. >tli.l ru "'
it.-e:'e )p. s :ne'w l -' I I -.a. It .

I' uLr li-tI ,;L.. *t .u l .t ',tj ..." ti
I 'Ii e.lihIr rI',.' -nn i t' tl t l ,*:.',,;i

i('a i i *i..

Iliy air pi:
I i I

Ion. ,.

eI n. gt

pi\ '..s ',' ,:

one length
mi n '..i
tl'~r from

1may .e"m y

occasion of a small d'uner whi lch be i yaru'
gave us he laid to my husband, after Frauce ar
the gpntlenim n had rejotied the ladies ya'(i" I-h
In the dra n.g room; 'By the bye, I roll: s Xo ,iV
must give you a wedding present. twelve yar'
What shall .t ber Then going to an thQ repeat.
stagere he taok down a silver inkstand with the s
and gave It N.o his friend. in spite of thf to nothing,"
evident displeasure of his youngest "bly a Pmti
daughter, usilal l so amiable, who ex- over the t
tclaimed- witL, t? t le nmiivete of her flf- length it n
teon yeaLrs, h. not that ohI, papa!' ev'ery:strip
But papa ga 'e no lieeil nil a few days phia 11ecor
later sent u* the gift wiLli the Inscrip-
tion engra ed upon it. 'WV. M. Thack-
eray to Ba.anrd T.aylo,-, Oct. 27, 1857.'' QOne of
statues in I
The e',-if" Sleepers of plian Si It. Iloir
The serve slee('Pers of Ephesus were church at
Constantlni lDionysihl.,i John, Max- The funny
ImI.n.- 'm .Mlartlninii n m .n'1 't.- _i .Li
pion, seven young mI.Trr converts to ": il ,t n
Chi'stllanlry wIo during the perq-ieu- tul-'-l f..'
tUon of Chr atians under the Enp-eroi' ",f l'-.-ii.-"-
Declns, A. ). 250, refused to bow be- .th1at w 2,'o
fore an id, set up by the emperor at .11 it T.t-
Ephesus. e story g b that they turned by a
Aed to a en' ) Moiun C(c lci& and that by Sir it. I
Skilus, Is' irgc,. ordered all caves ishe'd. the I
In that m untain to be sealed up. Llon on its a
Nothing w heard of them for 230 Ing who it
years, whe. they were discovered by mander co1
some work ien who were digging fou "r ish it by +
.dations. waking' rom tfiefi' long' on th & k-Ig
sleep., hey '6ff-Ted coins o such an, afterward
tiquity tbh fbe attention of the aud of )ighlt a;
thoritifes Fl attracted, They did not till 1G92, a-
long survi and their bodies were was erected.
taken for t rial In a large stone coffin
to St. Viet s church, Marseilles.
London 1.
honest Toll. bling hell
"In the dayi," says a well known are pave-d
player, 'w en i Wfas a member ot f thorns. It
stock eam ny in Chicago, we used and the ptl
nightly to their in a bohemian resort wealth bka
near the taer. One night Just after erty and ,li
the show timber of us Were seated Mt,'y tilling
at a table r the entrance when their? th;i, are hl
entered to a lean and hungry look- y.,u LIZd .,
Ing chap v y thinly and shabbily cl dd. you Iainy i
Noticing anxious gaze. one of the but half a
party Imm lately divined his purpose will novere,
and. antic luting the stranger, said: may be Iu
"'Sorry, d fellow, but as we our- Imay be in
selves are laylag in rather hard luck for both o
we have money to give you -for a prbth o.
meal and night's lodging. We're petator.
nearly bro ourselves.' The Ri
"At this e stranger smiled pleas- Jobh' Hlu
antly. 'Pe It me, gentlemen, to cor- geon, aniiat
rect a n prehen.lon,' said he. 'I Ical writer.
was n to ask you for' money. I of the rude
merely to know whether one turned bon'
of you Ot lend me a sandbag so round of p
that I out and make a little.'" his wife c
-=1.-H a ITII.i


a wI

It Is
as the

The I
for Its I
Lion an
ly Imp,
part of
he hut
ha n

B VWords.
ek Saunders' "Salad For
.and Social" be says, "The
vell published a book at
'1661 entitled 'Panzoologi-
,' which Is nearly as long
abelals' proposed title for
ely,7 'Antipericatametapar-
icrlbrtlctioes!' And In a
gives two others from a
his possession, published
In London. The title reads,
tonthologos, thp Most Trag-
By That Ever Was Trag-
atiy Company of TragedY-
first two lines of this ef-

ft you ChrononhotorithologosT
ed that there Is an Englisb
containing the only word of
Ilables, "Hotortlflcabilltudl-
qpfpoportionableness" ls given
gest reaso~rable word lat the

e Benwal Grosbeak.
gal grosbeak builds a nest
a s bottle and always selects
pport a lone. lithe limb over-
a stream of water. The en-
beneath, and, from the situa-
peculiar shape, it is absolute-
sible for A snake to gain ad-
to the nest. One naturalist
weelng fourteen attempts on the
serpents to get at the nest, but
ry snakes always fell off into

"aimly b.tiu
-00111 PtOP

, l. ,h'y. T'ei ic Iv .e grL ..
;. t u v lI i I; w ,; l I.e II -v1.0 i x .;
. ai ,r 'r" ..*5 ) f:;Ci..*;: la 1 ., u?
r,.' na;1t mn):.: 0 Dase.-.nin*
tv i' o:-.. h ,1n! 1. oft
l I*.*'ith '.* -.-u e. '. h.e laI

!'rl iL e L '.. c4.-- 1PU .', Opu..

l-l ,,. t I uCno ,h 'v
o' f ..*. r '. I *>l "n [ n i o'e.' 11
but dCprss'es.-iPu 'l:'e Op..

h of Wall PaniP l:11i.
-:- -0: i.., i .: e aI I id .I ih .:t
%;all p:-p .r are I '... ;']
I." f,;.:;fred (1 w:,Il ,
L'.lti'us w. h'Lu i I re"- v e
11i <.-a e tI V- : r -
(>:ttr'n ',i lsgur::. n .i .
! i', tl h ut thii| 'Oi" '..'. r .
"' g90t ,. 1'. 111'; ]f <-iii'dh.
i' .O I 'j .f :!.:11 a il 1 .r
) eU n '".,-t'"a p i
s to l0 "!' | '. e. T .,. e > r"

lI f er0 uiy ,measure
lie tIht ai' sh l ike t L
v,'.th' fhi;t they c l i.n i <"
ds. TIh 'b, coursee. the
On sorpn of the newr p.:];
ma:llest figure th;s is i,
a, d on o'mnle oteCrs. InI
tail4 h'"r4 tra 1tern. if a
tigurdf i :(ini'r.el frr '
1e01ns I los'3 oi Eve feet
put on the wall."-Phil.ad

Frav Sttatue
tle most inte;'csting fre;.'
angi:anld is to the.menmory o
mne. It 14 to be seeu in th,
v'tirmiunlh. Isle of Wight
thnug Otibcet it is that ;i
:;.'.'z.il. it-uded to repre
i 'al ce:,tbr.ty. It was sculp-
,.1,1 .'-,r.'.s ,it ; Loulb XIV.
afuil v. (:,t4 r conveyed tc
S.'".-.'f the vessel contain
!4.I ,li..s,-ulptor was ca;
n Eunlish ship i )immaudet,
Holhmo.{. 'The b d;.- was tin
head inclug ie:t for complex
arrival i;in race. O(n iearn
was for. t:ie Lug'ih co6m-
r'pelled !L"' ec.tp.or 'to thi
h;is* u; lii, (iloie':') hea,1
's by.i.y.. i tW H. Ilohues was
fit d'e aover'ict of the Isle
iMl heol h .' ofti'-e f'-om 16CT
Ld after his Cead. the statue
I to his memory.

lIoieilon. /
s a siop anud a bank, a gain
and a cathedral. It-i street
WitrIt gAhld and set wii
is the place for a rich ma:
fc' fc:?' ln v ,wi man, It is al
d halnl imtiess. It i- till IuO"
istres It ik a hIi:,e :!' '.u ie',
I I" I P fO ZI.Ile ill1 [.0..l l0 ,,
,.) inii',, :. .l,. If it zr p'r) s'
fl -p. s t Lj"' abilily lI' to l ,
ve .lot mnof'.'t' d. 'u!he life
dozen different lives., whili
clash with one another. You
I .'oslnn lit 0i0' .anle time :,
a p:r.'ie. It Is big eiouglh
f ymu.-J. IT. ~I, Abbott ill

udemt Man on' o lls. Age.
nter, thL.. famous Bril iha su"
>mist. p[hyi'!O'-.,st anud rnmu'
v. ho died itn 17U':;, was out
est men of hii ago. He re
ie late ouoe evening from hl.-
i'-,:'e'-l,!:o l calls an, I f-u:v'!
mu te.-ta'im.lnn ; fer fr'en'is.
walked Into the ct'ie:- of thtl
ridI natd il)',lIa nrmund "I

-U1, r r --w I M -- -
know nothing of th'. k .e' up." he said
"tind ought to have be,'-n Infornml. As
I have returned home for the purpo.-s
of studying. I hov:e the pre.;eut cirm-
pany will retire at once." They re'lred.
A Freak of Denth Valley.
Saratoga spring- Is one of the freaks
of Death valley and has probably
caused more profanity thnn anything
else In t. e region. The waters are as
clear as crystal, and they bubble up
from a deep. sandy basin like a well-
spring of joy. But they are strongly
Impregnated with sulphur and other
minerals, i(re tepid In temperature and
act Instantly like an emetic upon any
one who drinks them.
An Ig'vwt Temnper,
"And What Isa .our ground for ex-
pecting to secure a divorce?"
"My husband doesn't love m? any
"How do 'you kkow?"
"'In said he didn't WtcW tooe when my
temper was bad."
"BNit that doesn't proe# that he
doesn't lovef yot any more."'
"Yes, It doe~s,' Clevelat1d flain
Then He Go* Mad.
Husband (impatiently)-If the fool
killer would strike this town he would
find plenty of work to do. Wife---la
there such a person, dear? Husband-
Of course there is. Wife (with anxiety)
S-Well, I do hope, John, that you will
ho vortvn ,. r i,, 1.

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Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
\What you can't find at any other Store. come to the R A C K 6
8 T O R E aid a

Hot Meals at All Hours of the Day.
1111111111111l ll ICup of Coffee, CtS. -*- Cu1p of Tea, 5 Cts.;-,

Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties

t 1. GODARD; P1'.pi,,

Thi; is the la]tet St1111 11o1t enlupleto
Hand -iQw for working plants in the ga rde ft
.4 ich It-ij Nstable; the weight the btuifk M
w gro~tile blade is attached kd'ps it I niW
S0ground^ and the depth of plowing is regulated
by lifting the handles A boy or grl of tent
yoars ( an handle it with perfd ete'. fi ho ft
4-inel steel wheel, the height of which makes
SIthe plow light of draft. It has five blades: 1 is
a tirhi g mold, 2 a shoe-l, 3 a sweepor weeding
hlade, 4 a bull-tongue, 5 a rake. Wrent'l
with eaeh plow.
We have made 5rranrgi:? .c s^
wnich ,e can fur'nish this piew SI
the a, tory price, $3.75., wil.

....3n o... ,

right to St. Andrews Bay about one dollar, making *he plow, delivered
$4.50. But the BitIyI proposes to do better than this and ,1ill send the Bnot
one year, and furnish one of these plows complete at the factory for g4.50
purchaser to pay freight
The plow may be seen in operationrat the editor's residence at any time
Order from the BuoY direct. .

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74-I, Smi, Pr. | *"p"
fartl u t d or Mlopey J,'- . H ,'lii (Iprepa^,aid

JsR, TINCHELL'E DRUG s TROREtO. t r. MItIhell'* 9rg.Strc
_____ .* Call for free sample'.

5 ooo ONE FULL QUART W. ",'
us. tm S ..e s

ehll ui its li.." .li lo'.. -i.prited bi. .y L .utc 'jl' I, a. S,,
LJ ll' ^Hrg L l ELl uil *Rridrr Whi.Ir y Co'I- ..-r i nui D ll 61 i,; g
lNor:i t'ar b^l i>: i \,' .JL>k'y we BrII l g(, I --.'.r- ] '-i i' .j.
?'6e'c.i- htrr' i -uidi Ludulieeia.b i litr' 'k'i. I. lit." .-' vsz i '-. onO
-- ant kn. ..n eiilor. 'C-DCr'Id 11 V.ni- *l!i hi'.kcv lr

a Ll uldjo! Il'a ml. e by heo p.. <| L lu In ti-e n0ou.!L.. 1 .0
t Norib (. rU, na.in old-atyle cop Ir 1.i,:. jU-tL Wa i bt w Fub uI.t V y
our r'unurathers. Firw,-rate whisk-y a s.,.d at 'b.&0 0 to $6.00
SYA OLD per cAInuL iI rot any better tnn- 1 asper'.' Ii %ear 0I.." It
D must 1.pl.-ae or %- 'n _Im t %I. We hLave a (apltal of .I0 0.* O,
an the Peoplos' Namlon' 1.T0,k Ln,1 th- PI'-dmolrd m aviug$. Cauink
oftlnlsrly %Ia te ll uwir'cu. ,-w-..7 ,,.,J 11 'imroduce thbia oid.
Yeai r'-Od" -w op-alehotles..Ol 15,rne IS..e~ a- acork
Sere. aol a dranlwing glas-p ti dI r .6 i"' i. -.) t '
wr .1,,muuL', the ab.-iveandp ut, In t O'no F.. Our" .,.
'W Nhave -, l I-ri t ib. iike ,nlv r 7yip i. ,. .r..id a %%.I .-
gallon Le~ fr.r 10 r will lra-h rtwertv fll qinar bl -
We chai In phrfnNo herm @.n n[o marks to Indo t ,le tcr ebas, saJ
andDakote ane dd 10 c es isperrquart extra.

ttit l ad a Little Pride.
"Whnat is otis man charged with?"
-isked tie police justice.
"Stealing a dog, yo'tr honor," said the
"WVell. sir, what b vr you got to say
for yourself?"
"Your honor," answered the pritsnier,
drsw;ng a grimy coat sleeve across his
nose, "If you'll make it embezzlement
I'll plead guilty. I may be a thief, but
I've got feelings."-Chicago Tribune.

Aft Ashantee Belle.
On the Ash'anti (old Coast the? os,
tune of a reigning belle is less a mat-
ter of well fitting clouthc4 that of well
spiked hair. The Ihair is first divided
into a half dmern braids; then thes.
brnads are stiffened with wax and .
until they are as hard as kinI:;h
wood and stick out straight front 1i.
lead In a semicircle lil:e the spoke;
t wheel. Thus cotffurcd the belle
-eady to conquer all hearts.

Just a fint.
Atlttie-How smart you fook this
afternoon, dearie! Dolly (who has
been forbidden to ask if she may stay
,to tea)-Well, you see, I put on this
!costume so that if anybody did ask
me to tea I could stop. (Conscience
strlcken)-I-I haven't asked, have I-?--

The '. y I:- v 2tf.
If It is . -. n '
world fcti.. '" -
ft hag i- "' r ; A '. ' ; ,
nations pl.i:; .-!. Th' (reek game s:as
originally c.tiled pheuinda, or feinting.
later it was called episkyrus, epikolnoe
and lastly harpaston, under which
Same' it cime to resemble football. The
Roman game was follis and wns less
faough. There was a center runner in
harpaston), a-rouud whom the gamewed
fought Oif. OMe side was given frt
ball; the' Other side chose a center. Ther
side with the ball stoo'ld me distance
back from a fine on whicb the -cnter
f~thn4t was posted, and at signial the
ball was fthuowu pi'st fite middle matn.
Players could be Ield back froai secur-
ing the bail in any way. though the
Groek yo L: l:;(l no rush f ****.. .
never ;.-:;; .' hive learned the va-
ue of tein -- g.

For Sale!,
We offer for sale a strip from the
south side of the north half of the
northwest tqairter of section 10. town-
ship 4 south, range 14 west, running
from the school house to Watson bayou,
adjoining Millville on the south. Will be
sold in acre. quarter, or half-acre lots.
The nri.e'a nskui *na .. ,*

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