Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00093
 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: July 26, 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: VID00093
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
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NO. 19.

Ulo S euntor-lat dlistrtit. S. R. Mal- One I)ollar a Year in Advance. The Buoy it in receipt of several
lory, Pensacolai; 2di District, J. P.
q'aliatfero, .laksonville. copies ul a call for a "White Citizens'
Representatives-Ist District, S. M. Entered Sept 3. 1912, at St. Andrew, Cunvention," to be held at Vernon
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d District. Fla., as secouJ class matter, under
Frank Clark, Lake City; 3d District, Act of Conigr.ss of March 3, t179. in the 26th day of July, inst.
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee. The call, signed by J. L. Jackson,
Laud Otice-ReKgiater, G. A. Robin- Jcon
son: tei-elver, S. Cbubb, Gaines- WILLIAM A. EMMO N S, chairruan and A. W. Weeks, secre-
illGovernor. N. B. Broar Se- 0 P R I E T 0 R ary, beat on its face that it is a dy-
State-Governor. N. B. Broward; Sec-
retary, H. C. Crawford; Treasurer, ing spasm of the populist party to
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, W. Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per ain a. foothold in Washinto
H. Ellis; Comptroller, A. J. Croom; month. l'osition and extraordinary regain a. foo:hold in Vashington
Superintendent of Public Instruc- condition rates subject to special county, and the inconsistency of the
tion, W. M. Holloway; Comm.ission- agreement.. eft'rt is apparent in the heading of
er of Agriculture, B. E. McUn.
State Senator,, S. W. Clark, Blounts- "'Lcal Drift." 5c per line, first inser- the call.
town. tion; 24e each subsequent. Display There is not a voter in Washing.
Washington County-Representative, locals double above rates. .
W. A. Bryan, Chipley; County Judge, ton county who is not knowing to
.I lerk of Cuurt, CounLy If tli pairaraph. its checkedith a the f arty with

a-v' erzs L ul. '. *
lockey; Sheriff, C. G. Ailen, Ver-
non; Deputy, C. H. Danford; Tax
Collector, Jno. R. Thompson, St.
Andrew; Treasurer, Louis H. Howell,
Vernon; Tax Assessor, J. W. Bowen,
Duncan; County Superintendent, B.
IF. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor. Those.
Collins, Vernon; County Commis-
sioners, B. F. Swindle, Vernon; A.
L. Harrill, Chiplcy; J. M. Porter,
Econfina; J. H. Wesley, Point Wash-
ington; Elton Singleton, Nixon.
tg Andrews-Justice of the Peace,
John Sturro,-k; Noliar;e!. W. A. Em-
mons, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk,
Circuit Court, W. A. Eniuus;
School Directors, G. W. Surber, Sr.,
P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis-
tress, Zadie H. Ware.
Milivillf-P-l'osiii.ster. Henry Bovis;
Constable, J. H. Daffin,
Iarkcer-Postmaster and Notery PubUie
W. HI. Parker.
Callaway-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
Saunders-Postmaster, R. Peters.
Alaiitoui-11ofm.i1tei., Andrew Allan.
&A ,ler.-Oii-Pustlu:icr. S. W. Ander-
West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
U ay-PostmistIess, Mrs. i. Gay.
i,,uil.kins-Postmaster, Emery Tomp-
I,.n. ljvd-Po.-Tninisl-r, 0. C. TompKlns.
o)ok--l'oslin aster, .1. .1. Fowler.
\ en iipoL--Postzuistress, Mrs. Dyer.
I: alouin Gounty Cromanton-Postmas-
Mt l'ee-Posi master, James M. Murfee.
-erNura Hoskins. .
,. iniidia I- Postiuaster,.W. F. Wood-
T ".ld.
TI 1I-' M A 1I.S.
lic- iinrthei n mails, via, Auderson,
.;.y. Kay Head and < 'hipl-y dlhp[ rts
e .' 'ry dlay ex.-iit S iinliy at 3:00
o'k-l'.rk ar. li., alrr t 'y day ex-
clit. Siinii:y at 7:15 p. m.
a..t M. a i 11 1.i11 for liarrisnu, M ill il
< ; lr,;, i nloun, ';'irk-'r, PlIt.llur'g, < t)k,
l';llU ll l le ;11111 \\' lill> ea;vu-S St.
Alk ti'lr *i t.f iI,, i lim g ti'-t-i' SU"-
lii :it 5:,'0 o -'Toc':., ar-ri ,, - n s,' -
wes it i 1 lu'k 1.- ILI.

BaliIIist--Chiiir.hli W ominuing ave. front-
iig it'iiik S,. S,- i't-s at 11 a. mi. aUd
,;1 p. in. Sunday School every Sun
tay :i 1o a. ui. Itev. C. L. Jcyner,
.. .tor.t.
,-l''I u'.',r Eli. i,-ial --Cliur-lvh W asi-
,,,,.ton ne-. ni-d lihe.tt uii st Sunday
school ?.30 a. m. every Sunday.
1tev. .. M. Con vay, pastor.
.'*re.ylcri;, i Church corner ILoraiir
Ave. and Drake St, Rev. 0. C. Dol-
phy, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. in. every Sunday, .lon Stur-
rock, Supt.
i thloli.--Church corunr Wyomiing
S\ve. and Foster St.

Parker Lodge No. 142
A '.& A l-*ON -,
eur lat Ie an NImiotary
l t a t tio ns oin tho e li-s
veyanp es anl tar ria Satcrr o y
for ed inl each woitii .
h they Oi e, Brot hers e
W. A. EmmoNs.Secretarv
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notary
Public for the State at Large; has
jtirisdic ion to administer oaths, -take
affidavits, legalize acknowledg-
ments. etc., anywhere in Florida.
Sp>esial attoutioni given to land con-
veyances and marriage ceremony per-
formuid for laiwfuilly qialitiod parties.
Oltils at the Buoy Ofice, St. Andrews
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Chipl.-ay. Fla.
rPro)uptL and carelint aLt lntion iveon
t0 all mat-t rs submit ted to my c.are.

Att to rney at Lam Vrtion, Fia..
Notary Public for St.ate at large. Of
line at Store, corner of Lorain ave-
niure and Curiinati st, All Notarial
work soliuited 'and given prompt at-
tenotiLon. -"vn
A .. .. IS. TlE 'I'I' I ,
Notary Puboic.-for the State of Florida
at Large. Attends to, all matters
pertaining to Nota rial inork. Office
at J. R. Thompson's store, ay fnreot,
and Washington ave., St. Andrew,
Physit inn and Druggist, Commerce St.,
sional services to the citizens of St.
Andtews nud ,vicinity. Residence on
Buena V;srim avenue.
DR. J. t. l.iESTER,
Homoeo.pathic. Physician and Accouk
cheur. Office i'iou-er Drug Store,

V. 0'. PA"tRKER,
Notary Public for the State of Flor-
ida at Large. Office at Parker, Fla.
Conveyancing and payment of taxes
fur oiu-residents, specialties.

"What good is experience?" walled
thb man who was looking for a job.
"Youi can't cash it."
"Some people can," said his friend.
"I bought some experience once that
cost me $3,000."-Detroit Free Press.

Iown the monopoly that I trusts me.' It couldn't 'I because her eyes on till the speech was fulnhed, the makl- a *0 nt W* ***6 -
ohr n were the bluest I ever saw or her hair egotistical words of Miles standish; one tUine sea water was u-ml In
now enjoy. Bt the rei, crinkled sunshine--I suppose a poet then I bowed my head Inshame and some nglitsheasde place" when mak-
ticians refuse to revise the i IT and would describe it better-or her lips r Ihdtalked aly of y bred. e now rila.;. .
seem quite willing to vote rolia- red as the roses she wre n her belt. and my work, but she had led me on. coast line of Fra ce uttlt.e It. rk..,h
SOne day since that dinner she told me She had no right to call me down so. rain or spring water is ,nly wued for
tions for trust, products a ulnopuVl something about affinities. It may be Tomorrow I would go back to-y the leaven, pure ses wamer being exclu-
prices, that mysterious word holds the reason, cabin and forget, but yet knew I sively employed for the making an4
hat we talked of is vaguely remem- should always remember I was still m g of the dough yth ,,th
ANNOUNCEI NT. bared. Ica kWa th a I w m al hm brooding when Fit came back. bo mineral or table salt rmquir,. to ,
et nt seriousness, for that describes "I don't blame you, old man," he be- added, the natural salt water g.vingj
TO THERESIDEN Claudia as she appeared that day.gan. "Probably you'll make her hap. the bread the naece-ary degree of sa-
ST. AN S BAY. Claudhen I turned the corner, beyond pier; but, Lord, look at my money!" lialty. But, though sea water does ad-
The St. Andrew Ice ad. Co which were my lodgings, I saw Ftz- I blinked at him as he settled down. milrably for breadnu1klnu. when ap.
h r hich r t my ga his ba bac to- "Neat way she had of bringing mat- plied to other rulinary purposes thl
pany has secured .the ]at'.which gerald at y gate, his broad back to-
the boat-building husine f Aim- ward me. I remembered my forgotten ters to a focus," he went on, picking result is a disagreeable failure. The
the boabuildin bu Aim- warde em eup my book which lay face downward wheaten bread produced by it. how-
strong and Co. is now Ii ted and couldn't face him. Later I stole nto on the table. "W'hy, darned if I be- ever. Is excellent and of great hygienic
has placed its order with" De La- my room like a thief In the night. leave you've read it all!" value. The chloride of nagne.iurt.
Sace Next day I went to call on her and to 'e read enough," I said resentful- which imparts the acrid taste to ,
Vergno Machine Ce, forto a my pec with Fit, whohad n- I read what she thinks of me." water, is decoumposed In the heatl'h
relr rating plant. i r ed methat morning. She wa One nomLent that blessed Fits gazed and therefore doe. not convey iL uvIg.-
rM2 ., Ltw Iaa 4n words of anone sllalehe na ldisanm-oouhiotaste to-the

-oluopenmur r11 is. reminum uTr .yoTr-hrl. 7\We r^ e s T8- ea v
.-u1,sctilption has expired and that two once.
-ortcrip extra numbers will tha sent wo ith the republican party for-year3 shops in New York a an ad of my c once.
or three extra numbers will he sent-, If you knew him better you would
you that no break may occur should -its individual members have taken specifications for our sea inottbe'-. appreciate him more," I said and
you chuuse to renew. the colored man te their bosom and ing prepared. Our lufaber r w il launched forth at some length Into his
worked the man and brother for all and buildings has feen si tired adJ picuiar graces and virtues. Claudia
DEMOCRATIC TICKET. he is north for his vote, and the call all is in readiness t begin ounstrac- leaned toward me, smiling roguishly.
Electo, Tes y, 6,190. itself is evidence of gross ingratitude. tion work. And didn't you care about coming
Election, Tuiesday, Nov. 6, 1906. to see me? If it had not been for Mr.
For Member of Congress, 3d District. The call introduces itself with the There is no need,bf our li-g you Fitzgerald you would have come any-
W. B. LAMAR, of Jefferson. following, interspersed with capitals of the incalculable- benefit at an ice way, wouldn't you?"
For Justices of the Supreme Court, and italics: plant will be on the ho1 r of the To think that she should have looked
CHAS. B. PARKHILL, pan i straight into my heart and discovered
C of Escambia. Conscious of the needs of our coun- bay. where ice can be delye d cheap my perfidy! I almost let go of my se-
JAS. B. WHITFIELD, of Leon. ty; firm in the faith that good gov- ly to every town. ILt s latest the cret. I almost answered, "I came be-
Forre B. LASSTTE. eminent is of infinitely greater con- fishing interests; invites summer cause I love you. And this on the

For Tax Assessor, cern than mere party success: yield- and winter guest to cole n i spend Then because I must talk, antd there
J. J. WILLIAMS, ing to sone in our devotion to the his time in comfort an xury o! were some things I must not say, I
For Tax Collector, general welfare of our citizens, we began talking of myself-my college
W. B. GAINER, point with pride to the police of plac- living. It is a necessity i the .aaw life, my failing health, forcing me to
For Treasurer, ing local government upon merito- mills as well as every ho0ls old. live for years In the pine forests; then
H. B. TILLER. rious acts and not upon "party" con- The sr.pport of the pl.n is guar. woods still healthwas resth'trow tso

For st ist Aommi ssiDONALD. tingencies. anteed and its advent enth astical- tides, so that I was unhappy and Ill at
-ed Dist-A. L. HARRELL If there is a political trick in the 1y welcomed by ever_ ttlement ease In society.
3d Dist,-S. L. DAVISON. whole catalogue of "part" ane- ong e Th s e "I have quite a pretentious cabin
4th Dist,-P. N. HUTCHISON. w e catalogue pay aneu along the bay. The bu4ine s will be there," I said. "In It are my books
5th Dist.-W. 1. SiNGLETARY. vers to carry points and get votes, conducted along lines thi will be and my violI'. Back of It flows a
For Member School Board, even to the going back onl those who, both practical and ecyno ical, and clear stream with trout waiting for me
First Dist.-J.H. NELSON,. te to catch them for my breakfast Noth-
2d Dist.-G. B. BUSH. in times past, have against their will give a handsome pr- i to the Ing is wanting there to make me en-
3d Dist.-S. J. GAINER. better judgment, assisted in electing shareholders. tirely comfortable."
Mr. Weeks to positions that he i.i not The St. Andrew Ice & fVater Co. My face grew hot, for all at once I
Those who think the republicans familiar with and has not made use is organized under Floreidaliaw, wih zedd.thereasa want-a void-to
will not be able to collect funds this of, it would be interesting to the vot- a capitalization of $ 0, 0-three cabin now it would be as lacking as
fall from the railroads and trusts ers of Washington county to learn thousand shares at $ 0 e h. Nu. the body whose soul Is not within.
tiei W hng toe thousand shares at $ 0 aofit.. NI. "I was born and bred in the woods!"
sihouhl tememIer that the adminii. of it. neltou applications hlve een made exclaimed Claudia. "The stars look
tratin is keeping secret most of the The Buoy would suggest to Mr. for stock in the company, id a tim- closer and bigger than they do In the
reports on inveHtigatilns that have Weeks that, he and his following re- ied amount hasbee .u sribed at cities of the lowlands nUp there mn the
been made and tl.at thie trusts and alizing that they have been shelved early all diutrib.ting po s ts along uanta; there Is water cress which
corpoiatioens are willing to pay rather should devote themselves, he to his the bay. Thete has heu i n effort to makes me hungry this minute. Oh, I
that havepl y, know about the woods !" Her blue eyes
than have publicity, C school leaching and the others to r.eiah the residents, ginely, along were shining like the stars of which

SThle retail ugi-ts hl.ve neui- tl.ir'-aions av.cationm,. id to ti Utl ite bay, audcbad it not for Lhe shb spoke.
rialhzed tlie. piebidm l and -allege that ... I-L -l-J _a tii' r4W. ti-. Then sh a- t my hooks,
a i sqare coulity to administer the affairs of Lion and sie of ice is f a and I told her of my p,. llshed ones
they have not bee)n give a square Lvalitag L, and those in contemplation--dry old
deal, but President Rouusveftvdeclarls the county in a manner creditable to the company in introu its po,.- tomes-why should I have supposed
he will not interiere, blt leaves the mselyes and satidactorily to their uct, no stock would be o ,ed. For that teey would Interest a young crea-
constituents, this reason, alone, itwased. oture like her?
drug tlitut mnattet in the hands of the costuen this reason, alone it waecded by But I rambled on, lost in her sweet
Dopatiien uof Jastice. the directors to offer, through the companionship, till the sun suddenly
IMPRISORMENTAFOR A Smedium of the6 Boy, to1 ndre dropped out of sight, and I saw her
S n i. IMPRISORMENTLA FOR medium of the uoy, t o hundred o shiver in the breeze that stirred -the
Don't thiik the Bt trst baos Even conservative people have and fifty share of stock blocks ol poplars. Then I remembered Fitz.
ave n ries a e republican ome to te democratic contentionnot less tan five nor in than ten "Do give him another chance," I said
heiiitbere of tile cmiroitee on ago- eliares. Tiie company r h perfunctorily as I rose to go. She look-
tlctberhts of the cnullt tee on agri- that fining corporations for breaking hare. e company arves tie ed at me seriously, but made no an-
cultare of the lhous o ut represent. tie law of the land has but little ef- right to distribute thesliare s as swer.
tives headed by cliairman Wadsworth fect and nothing short of imprison- widely as possible along t,, bay. For the greater part ofa month Fitz
.,kfl eVideuiy taking Lo moudify hursh ^^ Your application mustwas away from town, and I saw Clau-
aegevidently ta-in g to modify harsh nient of the officials will compel obe- Your application mustibe early if din nearly every day. Before goIng he
legiula iu. *dience to the law. you wish an allotment i asked my promise to say a word In his
d t the aWrit. o r sea J. J. T ROe.! favor every time I saw her. There are
The rail way detectives in coven The enforcement of law. says the Write or see 6J. J. DALE, limit to the duties of friendship, but I
Tie rail wav netectives in conve EveninPost, is becom- limits to tgtiecretary ades o reiensp, out
t at New York Evening Pot, i becoming secretary an re irer, promised because I felt that he would
tin at the ati-assngt, vgoroent to a hobby of exe utive officers and St. Andrew l-e & \%ter Co. make her a good husband. Hie was an
tacked the anti-pass amendment to oonor ale man and had more money
the railroad rate lill, but agreed as to district attorneys. rhe news of the than he knew what to do with.
S. day is full of specific instances. Cer- ^^^~9 She was such a bewildering little
the necessity of a "hold-up" law to creature, was Claudia.. At the first
be universally applied against would- tain officials of the department of jus- ei L, 1 t) S eating sle was so sweetly serious.
be tain-obers. Perhaps soe o twice at Washington are predicting, had told me s.nce that she was
the members of the association have there will soon be "wholesale suits" Asis anCC ightied to death of me because I
te members of tht association have o y -inew so much. Fancy it! The day she
been riding on passes while charging against the Stauard Oil Company By INA WkIGHT ANSON Oid me. thmlgh, she was bubbling over
Sspottatio. and the railways for violating the ) rIh laughter, and I suspect she was
Transportation I so, they are Elkins Anti-rebato law. If, as well- ) Copyright, ntW6, by E.C. okln. fun at me In her Irrepressible
not alone in this lino. ay. Thou there was the morning
informed men assert, the Garfield in- a f han we r wa together to church
The Washington Post remarks vestigations have uncovered 2,000 From the doorway FitzialId looked nd she talked so quietly orf holy
Moodily at me from in nt of the hins-u, and h.e ,-w-s tht last after-
that Mi. Thomas E. Wilson general illegal shipments over a single road, dresser. I looked ooi Ftger oon the garden before Fitz came
manager of the Nelson-Morris coin- there.may be fines running into the id. IoIFtzge.
pany, who represented all the Chica millions-fines that will make the "She refused me," he sal That day it was the hardest of all to
'Yo packe s before the agricultural $60,000 recently exacted by the )urt "I've got to go to Mrs. I i id'orzet mysol' and remember Fitz.
go pntckeit before e those a fegicul days from$60000 recently exacted by the ot m r." I answe i ting's din- oetimes when the tenderness of my
committee of e house a few days from the Chicago, Burlingtonand n hr art would creep luto my words little
i ot[iouse amoewtdanerFitz nodded and throw self heav- pota of color would come and go in
ago, -does.not look to be more than Quincy, a mere trifle. The fines may ly into a chair eav' ots of color would come and go in
to Qirtly ca. 1r girlish face. I scarcely saw her
thliitv years of age, and had he not be salutary, but for our part we be- "I would n't go. you kno afte Mrs. s that day, the white lids drooped
Iiin1ii.cd that lie had been in the lieve that the penalty of imprison- 'hllrig's injeof- refused so a had s;o insistently over their line beauty.
ptc:king iii ouve u,ii. f0r t-ientvy nient-wl.ich inay osed in the r-srtle up .ett/' t-,- ,, 1 ,,, *I L-,,-L -eth hWit".
I gihlrel lit him, the open ihe tholelit that be co.jid do so much
years hie might be mistaken f'r a the- discretion of the judge-would do -op ('rawer. 1,ore for her than I, even It she could
logical student." Judging be re- much more to inspire among ship- *"Settius to me, in the I rest of hu- 'rluai herself to think of me at all, and
cent revelations, it is quite possible pers and common carriers a whole- inanity, you might hav staved off uilo my last earnest speech for him.
i your old proposal till aft the dinner. She frowned a little, then she smiled
that MIr. Wilson is familiar with the some respect for the statutes. I've got to take Miss Whil g Inu. What umd looked thoughtful.
book of Ezekiel. shall I say to her? l' uo society "I think I shall have to teach you to
REPUBLICANS man." read poetry," she said.
Wisconsin's republican secretary AND MONOPOLY. "You might talk abho me. It'sa "Will you?" I asked eagerly.
WfsceW er Ep. oulasecr e arg The House of Representatives, on darned strange she refii me." Fitz "Begin on 'The Courtship of Miles
of state, Walter E. Houser, is charg- e olutiolooking respond(led modestly. "- course I'm Standish,' then," she answered and
ed with attempted bribery and a war- J e 5 aopted a reuon fat, but what of that? ook at my an, laughing, up theb walk.
brier aid to the establishment by the govern, money?" 'I did the best I could for you, Fitz,"
rant. has bee issued for his es meant of an armor-plate plant I turned from my hair shing and I told him when he returned that even-
The accused man, who will be pros- p c b regarded Fitz with s rrpr ." ing. And I rehearsed the last speech.
ted b District Attorn Gilber The extortionate prices charged by "She's different from o r girl" he in full.
ecute by District Attorny ilbertornf "What did she say?" he demanded.
a leading candidate or the office o'lhave made the ownership ad opera- what she is going to do sayv next. "Why-she didn't say anything to
attorney general announces his owv ownn She said it she ever foun h man she that. She told me-or hinted-that my
candidacy for a third term. Tile tion of such a plant by the govern- .rauted to marry and he n't ask her education was deficient because I had
co ain agait the secretary ment a necessity. To allow Iprivate he would propose To6i You say a little knowledge of poetry, and she told
complaint against the secretary is .word for me, old man, a maybe she me to begin on 'The Courtship of Miles
made by State Insurance Commis. corporations to hold a monopoly of will change her mind a It." S tandish.' "
siner Host. who charges that Hns- things indispensable to the govern- "All right," I said and ed for the Fitz looked at me mourofully. "That's
sioner 1903 offered to contribute $2,- ment, and there to fleece the public nfernal dinner. If Ir ha e left in my finish then. Have you read it?"
er in 1903 offered to contribute $2,- m"ent, an up nence I could have tra ted a fw "I was just beginning."

000 to the republican campaign fund a the amo plate trust, te powde ore pages of that Lati ork I was and I waltooked up my newavily fromthe room.
it thtecommisuioneriwould render a trust, the beef trust, the coal trust, on. and I took up my nw Longellow.
decision favorable to a certain com- the steel trust, and others have done, Why I should have ( ratively of Shortof stature hte wa, but strongly
decision favorable to a certain com- course) fallen on my f and wor- built and athletic;
pany. Bt wy has the latter waited is an unpardonable sin and a shame, shiped Claudia Whiting moment I Brow ast beanut washis face, but his
the yeas before prrrig charges? If the tariff rates on trust products saw her I don't know. t any man Flaked with patches of snow.
Wath it hoped that Houser migcharges re r ed or abolished there would could help adoring her a he came to Pretty good description of myself, I
know her is Incredible, t I think I thought. Not exactly patches, but there
'aise thle ante? be competition. which would break began before ever she s9 a word to were. certainly threads of gray. I read
Mk -- ... -

me to understand that my Claudia was manently retains all i s characte ibt:?
irjpe-ronating the Puritan maiden In saline properties. The mineral sub-
her lummortnl speech, "Why don't you stances left in the baked brea.d are con-
-:peak for yourself, John?" sidered to be of the nature uf very mild
And to think I ever had deemed regulating medicines.-London Mail.
Fitzgerald stupid!
I found my blessed girl in the gar- The Tailor Eiri.
den. but she did not hear my approach. The brilliantly plumed birds of the
She was on tiptoe, trying to reach a tropical forests are exposed to many
rose which swung above her head. dangers, and if they were not gitfht
"I have come to speak for myself, with peculiar yet useful instincts thty
Claudia," I said. would fall ready victims to the' eMe-
The dear hands ceased from their mies. Chattering monkeys anS big
quest to hide the blushes of her sweet snakes steal and eat their eggs. while
face. Her girlish form trembled, their offspring are preyed upon by foes
"You think me bold!" she cried ap- on every side. But It takes a isty mon-
prehensively. key or snake to get ahead of the tailor
It was such a glorious affair to prove bird, a small East Indian singing bird.
to her just what I did think of her, and She hides her nest so skillfully that her
It took a long time. And then abe ex- enemies cannot find It. no matter how
plained to me about affinities, hard they try. This she does by using
her long, slender bill as a needle. With
Some Funny Speeches. the tough fiber of a parasitic plant
An Irishman who was very ill, when abundant In the tropics, aM a thread
the physician told him that he must she sews a dead leaf taken from the
prescribe an emetic for him, said, "tn- end of a slender and hanging branch.
deed, doctor, an emetic will never do and between these leaves she bulkti
me any good, for I have taken several her nests, where neither monkey nor
and could never keep one of them upon snake can approaRtt because the
my stomach." An Irishman at cards, branch will not bear Its weight.
on Inspecting the pool and finding It
deficient, exclaimed: "Here is a shilling A Minlat Inl.andm oee..
short. Who put It in?" A poor Irish One of the queerest sheets of water
servant maid who was left handed In New England or within the limits of
placed the knives and forks upon the the United States, or the world for
dinner table in the same awkward that matter, is the celebrated "Snow's
fashion. Her master remarked to her ocean" In the state of Maine. When
that she had placed them all left hand- calm it Is to all appearances an ordinary
ed. "Ah, true, indeed sir," she said, pond of no great dimensions. but oh-
"and so I have! Would ye be pleased ervatons and Investigations mate
to help me to turn the table' Doyle more tha a century ago prove that the
and Yelverton, two eminent memberslittle body of water Is a veritable
of the Irish bar, quarreled one day so ocean. It is located In Orringlo, nDear
violently that from hard words they Bangor, and Its peculiarity In that, al-
came to hard blows. Doyle, a power- though situated among some high blls
ful man with the fists, knocked down some distance from ocean or river, It
Yelverton twice, exclaiming. "You has tides which rWe and fall as regular.
scoundrel, I'll make you behave your- -- "do hoe the oa Atdao c.
self like a gtentlemnr' To which Tel. any so caea o
verton, rising, replied, with equal Indg-- -f this mature ocean. b-es ad sor-
nation: "No, sir; never I defy you rounding banktu oea been ad tbut
You could not do it!"-London Specta- so far no table eplanatlom of be
tor. pnomenon baa vverbeen glvmi te
The Queer uarmona. POb
One who has lived among themA says: N so V u ,
"The Burmans are a primitive people, Tw e lbo Is to winter sad oIrtoem
They are a very young people. Theme i imam was a iir & avsafldaryt
are certain marks and signs by wbld wor k bt Lyone t IA m wtt-
physiologists can determine the relative worked from 2 'clock i the morn-
youth or age of a race. One of thea a ta till 8 or 9 to webin tU em
the physeial diffetentiatlon btwn t the working os
boys and girls. In early races It is fom 4 In the morning ll 9 tI t
slight. As the race grows old it 4- r from 5 to 10. W k
velops. If you dressed a Burman boy metier generally lived t *
ofeighteeninaglrrsdreassora Bur- same street, bt ved togetherI arthe
mese girl of the same age in a boy's had hme own street, but the tre arta
dress you could not distinguish quickly was his shop or worksp; abe ov a
true from false. Face and figure and his bedroom which waao the It.
voice are very similar. In as old people his bedroom,-which was also alt.
such as the French or the Brahmansn ing and eatccomm room; a small room ad
India a boy begins to differ from a girl Joinin accommodated his children.an
.very early indeed. Their faces seem al- commodities were ered.-'-Br l oo's
most different types. Their figures "Work and Workers."
even at twelve could not be disguised
by any clothing. Their voices are ut-
terly different" The cp lcum plant, trom which the
Indians Are Poor Shot*. different varieties of pepper are pro-i
During a residence of many years duced, Is Indigenous to the tropical re.
among four different tribes of Indians gleons of Europe, Asia, Africa and!
I found, with very few exceptions, they America. It grows wild almost as
were poor shots, either with the gun well as under cultivation In all these
or rifle. When one considers that countries, and In each is used by the
from young boyhood they have been in natives as a seasoning for food. Its
the habit of using a gun almost daily extensive employment has suggested to
and their very living depends in a medical theorists the thought that Kt
great measure on accurate shooting, must be considered as a natural toieC
their poor marksmanship is to be won- -for the stomach nl tropical countries.
dered at; nevertheless such Is'the case.
A good wing shot Is a rarity among the Mermuie .
Indians. The Montagnais of the Lab- All the world over there are legend
rador and north shore of the gulf of about mermaids. The Chinese tefl
St. Lawrence are no exception, and stories not unlike others about the sek
this hi a country where most of the woman of their southern seas. Md*-
wild fowl are killed flying. It Is ad- kind Is taught on thbe most excellent
.AmlueI l thQy.j;lll wild geese and ducks evidence that a mermaid was captured'
while on their passage north ana south, at Bsangor, on-the shores 6f th~ B --
but this Is only possible froaf the Im- fast lough, in the sixth century, while
mense numbers of birds and a lavish another caught at Edalam in 1408 was
expenditure of ammunition.-Forest carried to Haarlem and kept there fo
and Stream. many years.

Goldsmith's Obituary Notice. IKm. 9, evm.
It would be difficult to find a more Mme. Scarron, afterward the famaou
quaint announcement of death than Mine. de Malntenon, the wife of Louit
that published in an old newspaper in XIV., was in her girlhood remarkably
1774, at the time of Oliver Goldsmith's beautiful. She was dark, with pierrng
demise. black eyes and wavy hair. In middle
"1774, April 4. Died, Dr. Oliver Gold- life her gravity of countenance a of
smith. Deserted is the Village; the deportment was considered quite @*-
Traveller hath laid him down to rest; traordinary in that age of gyety.
the Good-natured Man is no more; he of her contemporaries said that shei
Stoopse but to Conquer; the Vicar bath not smile oice a year, and yet bhe wag
performed his sad office; It is a mourn- not gloomy, but only of a sedate habi
ful task from which the Hermit may of mind..
essay to meet the dread tyrant with
more than Grecian or Roman fort. o- Ea

tdO their's Ear
The Kitchen Autocrat.

"Yes, ma'am, an'.now that I'm goln" A mW W on MorAe am$ BA ws
to take hold here I'll settle th' permit g vo A? r "coMAPae o sr min'
business first of all. You see, I carry M .;1
me own fountain pen. There, take #t O yT'S eMUlsIOm
an' don't lose It." o |S as TENXT"M rmhVinrAw
"What is this?" OU*nMemsar so caoeC r ~
"That's a permit, ma'am, for you to CHIL,
visit th' kitchen. It entitles you to one SMa4for ftr aspe.
visit a week. If you come oftener th' SCOT & BOWNE,
4o9-415 Pearl Stet, .. Noe YO.
permit will be taken up, an' don't you o.- Ma d.0oo; aarlasi.
forget it."-Cleveland Plain dealer.


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T'r;e tr. Tarpor arrived from the
south at 5 o'clock a. m., Friday, and
from the west at 10:15 a, m., Yest3r-

The schr. Cleopatra arrived from
Pensacola early Monday morning.


Fitted in splenadd conidtioa to take ex
eursions or passengers to any point o
the Bay or Gulf. Good cabin protection
in the event of had weather Terms rena
cable. Also,
Capacity 10,000 feetof Lumber will Fern
between Faamdale and Allanton, on Ea-
Bay and %ill deliver freight of every de
acription, incLiding live stock to an
psinu on St. Anidrews Bay. For pairticu
lair, address W, F. WooDvoap, Farm
dale. Fla. ,

Iqilpped With Two gasoline Engines,
Leaves It. Andrewsa iay every Monda
leaves Pensacola every Thursda
a eatker peinnilling).' Special atte
t** wil be given to receiving nil
ferwarding freight lor parties living on
East and North Bay, 'assengera fo
points on either arm of the Bay ca
depend upon securing prompt trana
oortation at reasonalle ratle. I'os
eager iceuomMn-daition good. Express
sad Railreod FrePgAt specialties. Foi
mnrther information apply to
OTWAV WARK. Ge. Manager,

Carried the East Bay Mail between St
&adrewp Dlay, Wetappo and intermedi-
roe points. Leaves St. Andrews daily
(except Sunday) at 6:00 it. 1n.; arrive at
Wetappo at 1.':30 p. in.; leave Wetappo
st 1:00 p. in.; arrives at St. Andrewa al
7:30 p. in. lake landings regularly at
Harrison, Cromanton, I'arker, Pitts-
burg, and Farindale. Freight landed al
any poatoffice wharf. For passenger and
freight rates, see rate heard in the sev-
eral postoflices.
V. A. WITI)aRILL. Manager.

A Week's Weatler.
'he following table gives the maxi-
emum, minimum and mean tempera-
tures, the rainfall and direction of the
wind, for the twenty-four hours ending

t 7 o'clock p m., as
July....18 91 74
19 93 74
20 92 72
S 21 93 85
22 90 78
2387 71
24 91 15
4- s

indicated by U. S

83 .00
82 .03
82 .03
89 .00
84 .00
71 1.15
83 .47

S'ara.k,..1 |91 1JJ6 84 j11 I6 ____
l neslde Your Bones.
People usually ImagIne that their
bones are of solid mineral construe-
tlon, without any feeling Inu then. As
a matter of fact. there nre blood ves-
sels ant nerres inside the fones just
as there are otsiade. During amputa-
fon ef a alimb rfteli more pImin Is felt
when tfbe. oBe !i t attacked than when
the flesh Is being cut thr.ugh. Through
the marrow which Is ihiside tbe- bones
ran the nerves and blood vesstel, en-
tering the bones from the flesh Iwlthout
By little holes. Nature adapts thbe bony
truiture of various' animals tor their
Babits in a very interesting manner.
Iluggl.eh creatures,- Uke the sloth, have
solid' bones. whereas- the jones of the
4eer and the antelope are comparatlve-
It llt,.no, tlia- they -may run fast, and
the leg bones of the ostrich are ollow.
You will'find In the bones of any skrel-
eton the appHeation. of mechanical
principle* which have only become
mnown to' mania through the processes
ot laborious -and loug. considered la-
a rhiug-r Unrour
Tbe' finger pillory is still preserved
earetully In the, parih church of St.
Helen Ashby-de-lh-Zouch and Is thus
described: "An ancient and rather sin-
gular curiosity sla a finger pillory. This
lbatrument seems to have been used
or tMe punishment of disorderly per-
eons during divine service. It consists
of two upright imats about three feet
high, which support a beam of nearly
the same length. Ie which are bored
hole, of various dbmenslons, cut first
hortsottallX. then perpendicularly, in
order that the first Joint o ftlie finger
Maybe Inserted and the finger retained
Ib am anilWar form. The culprit Is theu
ecUibd y b" b rjqi_&t d ru over the

Bole another f eam which s attached
by a hinge.'t the end to one of the
pests and fastened at the other by a
Ibck."-f ndon Academ y.
Weldits the Breath.
I il a, physical Impossibility for f
,man to kill himself by holding b i
breatU. Individuals differ greatly Ito
the length of time they can bold their
breath, and what practice and deter-
mined effort, combined with natural
great lung capacity, can do In this di-
rection ..I shown by. the long periods
for w*k4 champion divers can remain
under water. If a man imeceeded In
continuing to hold his breath la IspI'.
*f the physIcal discomfort in which he
had placed himself the result would
simplly be aInduce a state of coma.
Whin this stqte wag, reached nature,
woud sr n prt herwelf. *a t tbr treath-
ing function's-wouiml 'gMu^resaie ,tll
act i-ty, preventing a fatal Issue In
msits of their owner's desie. -

-Whewr the Rab Conea.
"Wel." sarid the good unatured board-
er. "thterbiw q o t(blug about our board-
ag hoowe-yoiu ea eat all you llki(
"Of course: same as ours," replied
the grouchy one. "You can eat all you
Atko. but there's never anything you
eoitd possibly like." -- Philadelphilt






-The Buoy is advised that the now
wharf at Panama City is being rapidly
extended into deep water.
-John R Thompson has 'hd a force
of men at work during the past week
sinkiRn the pilings for his new wharf
in front of his sto.-e.
Blank Warranty Deeds, short form
printed on good linen paper, 25c per
dozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re-
ceipts in a block, 10c each, at thp Buoy
-The ladies of the Presbyterian
church will give an Ice Cream Soeial
at the residence of Mr. F. E. Haight on
the evening of August 2. Everybody
-Rev r. losebaugh closed his se-
ries of meetings at the Presbyterian
church last Friday night. He was
greeted with a large attendance at al.
most every service.
--You never have and may never again
have an opportunity to get so fine a
fountain pen for so little money as you
can now by complying with the condi.
tons of the coupon to be found else-
where on this page.
--Wizard Ink Tablets, Price, per
box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten ouonfa

--- fl MS. AOw 1J ItUo I t fl n L M id Uv.AWq -'*uWs
lutely indellible, covenient, non-corrc
Ssive. At the Buoy office.
-Handsome letter heads with St
Andrews Bay date line and views o
y either'St.AndrewsBluff,orBuenaVista
y Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
n, letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the
r BUOY office
--The Buoy understands that Mr
Allen is about ready to put his bottling
s w.)rks in operationI and supply the Ba.
r country with mild drinks. These worKi
will ill a much needed want and th(
-Buov predicts that as soon as the new'
ice factory is put in operation Mr. Aller
will have a veritable little gold mine.
-At the solicitation of the business
men and merchants of East Bay. Capt.
Alexander has changed the schedule
of the steamer J- P, Williams from
early Saturday morning to Friday af-
t ternoon. Saturday being the busy day
V all day, all along the bay, it made
It most inconvenier.t to receive and
care for goods and freight on Sat-
urilav ,morning; whereas, by their ar-
rival on Friday, all goods can be cared
for and merchandise shelled ready for
Saturday's trade, and Capt, Alexander
has earned the thanks of all East Bay
people dependent upon the J. P. Wil-
liams for their freight.
-R. L. McKenzie, as to whose jjdg-
ment and veracity no exception can be
taken, has just recently retu.'nea from
an extensive tour of inspec-ion through
Georgia, embracing ie-almost the entire
southern, western, middle and northern
portions of the state, including a whole
day spent at the State Agricultural and'
Experiment Farm, where every cour-
tesy was shown him, to emphasize the
produetiveness-of Georgia, agricultur-
ally, and coming home by the way of
middle and' eastern Florida, says he
saw no crops as as good as he saw in

Washington county, Fla., and by far
the finest field of cotton seen in his
whole itinerancy was in 'this county.
And be it remembered that, Georgia-
lays claim to being the banner cotton
section of the whole South.
Hon. Leslie Shaw, secretary of the
treasury, has just designated the Firs.
National Bank of Pensacola. as a
United States government depository.
iThs action of the treasury depart-
meolt is a compliment to the final
management of this bank by its offi-
cers and directors, and is also illus-
trative of the treasury department's
high oopiuion of this instin ion.

,Mod*eat Ciimns Often Carry theo iost
on eviction.

When Marhn. the famous gun invenat-
or placed lisi- gin. before a committee of
judges, lie stated Its carrying power to 1.e
much below what he fult sure the gun
would accomplish. Tne result of the tri-
al wts therefore a great surpliise, instead
of disappuintmnent. It is the same nithl
the maoutfsolurers of Chambheilnitn's Col-
ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. They
do not, publicly boat of all Ih a remnedy
will accomplish, but prefer to let the us-
ers nake the statements. What they do

"HIilll IIW 1Pun it wil -p1 u ifiVeIi ,Y -cure uiRir-
tihoea, dysentery, pains in the stomach
and lyowels and has never heen known to
fail. For ale iv all medicine deal e

Ants' eggs are considered a choice
dish in some countries. They are
spread upon a slice of bread and but-
ter, and sauces considered excellent
are, made with them. They are es-
teemed as a costly food In Slam, with-
in the reach only of well to do people.
They 'are the object of an Important
trade In some countries of northern
Europe, where they are cooked In boll-
Ing water and yield a kind of vinegar
or formic acid.
Rewarded Bins.
"Excuse me, mum. I was. going' to
tor to git you interested in a face lo-
tion that 'ad make the ugliest skin
beautiful, but I see you don't need
nothing' like that."
"Well-er-1 think I'll buy, a box of it
for a friend of mine."-Houston Post.
Mrs. Brown-She seems to have got
ovet the death of her first husband.
Mir; Brown-Yes, but her second hus-
band hasn't.
Wise men, though all laws were abol-
ished. would lead the same lives.--Aris-

Will give, in honor ol tihe press and
tile legislative inembors, a grand ban-.
(qet, which, as was the case last year,
will be held on the evening o! Novem-
ber 14, which will be known as Presb
Day, and for which special entertain-
ment will be furnished press members.
Tlhe Fair this year will be held No-
.veinber 14 to 29. and will be on aut
even grander scale than that of last
year. Every county in the state is
is expected to be represented by an
exhibit and in order that all may be
on an absolutely equal basis, it has
bUen decled to offir four largo cash
piizts--one for the Banner county of
North Florida, another for the Ban-
ter county of East Florida, another
for the Banner county of Midule Flor-
ida, and till an:)ther I'r ilthe ban-
ner c'uil ay ul South Florida. Tlhese
four counties, oil teai ms that. will be
absolutely equal, vill be expected to
compete to'r tlie grand plizo.


Sta-ks Mnut Learn. P'-
It Is surprising to discover how very
differently people who have pl)layd
parts all their lives deport themselves
before the footlights. I*was acquaint-
ed with a lady in London who had
been the wife of a peer of the realm,
who had been ambassadress at foreign
courts, who at the time had been a
reigning beauty and who came to me
longing for a new experience and im-
ploring me to give her an opportunity
to appear upon the stage.
In a weak moment I consented, and,
as I was producing a play, I cast her
for a part which I thought she would
admirably suit-that of a society wo-
man. What that woman did and didn't
do on the stage passes all belief. She
became entangled in her train, she
could neither sit down nor stand up,
she shouted, she could not be persuad-
ed to remain at a respectful distance,
but insisted upon shrieking into the
actor's ears, and she committed all the
gaucheries you would expect from an
untrained country wench.
But because everybody Is acting In
private life every one thinks hlie can
act upon the stage, and there is no pro-
fession that has so many critics. Every
individual in the audience is a critic
and knows all about the art of acting.
But acting Is a gift. It cannot be
You can teach people how to act act-
ing. but you cannot teach them to act.
Acting is as much an inspiration as the
making of great poetry and great pic-
tures. What is commonly called acting
Is acting acting.-Richard Mansfield in

- They Held Thenters, .Teiaile-. reast-
S ing hiII. and Librurieai.
Thno n,-ieii i lk"-4
.rTn i- rout or ika ".*.n T ':-y g-'r tS S,-;-
notions about the b.lIth as a luxury
from the Greeks, and at one time there
were nearly 000 public bathing estab-
lishments in Rome, some of which were
the most beautiful and elaborate struc-
tures in the world.
The baths of the Emperor Diocletian
covered more than half a square mii'.
and contained, besides Immense basins
and thousands of marble recesses, the-
aters, temples, halts for f, en-tin;:. prom-
enades planted with trees, libraries.
schools for youth and academies s:'
the discussions of the learned. Th-
bathers sat oa marble benches below
The surface of the water, around th(,
edge of the basins, scraping then)
selves with dull knives of metal an(t
Ivory andtaking occasional plunges in
to the water.
Dissipated Romans would speni
whole days in the balh, se.,khin', relief
from overlndulgeunce ki eating an(
drinking the night before. Everybody.
even the emperor, used these batss.
which were open to every one who
chose to pay the price of admission.
It was not usual for the old Romans
to have baths in thdir houses, though'
at a date 1,500 years before that, or
3,500 years ago, the noblemen of an-
cient Greece had their dwellings sup-
plied with baths of terra cotta.

A Tragic Finish.
A watchman's neglect permitted a
leak in the great North Sea Dyke'
which a child's finger could have stop
ped, to become a ruinous break. d":"'a-t-
ating an entire province of Holland. In
like manner Kenneth Mclver, of Vance-
boro, Me., i.ermitted a little cold to go
unnoticed until a trlgic finish was only
averted by Dr. King's New Discovery.
He vr'l'es: "Three doctors gave mi, up
to iielo t nflm~mtin0 WjA, eaO,-tr

a neglected cold; but Dr. King's New
Discovery saved my life." Guaranteed
best cough and cold cure, at A. H.
Brake's store. 50e and $I Trial bot-
tie free.
fxtiU r j A ai,.
Replying to a "Young Author," Mark
Twain wrote: "Yes, Agassiz does rec
ommend authors to eat fish, because
the phosphorus in it makes brains. So
far you are correct. But I cannot help
you to a decision about the amount you
need to eat-at least not with certain-
ty. If the specimen composition you
sent is about your fair usual average,
I should judge that a couple of whales
would be all you would want for the
present-not the largest kind, but sim-
ply good, middle sized whales."

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lo'ioik! mosV
-Like yod
mighty ha
tent and

Wife (
never done
a buttonle
what I thd

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Sme or his papa? Nurse;
-m.. Mr. Jienkins is a
t: Wanted -- A compe-
annered nurse.
A greed.
y) Woman's work is
husband (struggling with
hirt collar)-That's just

ourself what you would
at you have to do.-Epic-




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A Monster (God HIIoe.
lin i. Ire f-,d Ii ru, u of anI
(eiI)t Azti,", t' oca.lis, or "god lhou ;seA,"
(m'ihe o1" w]ich, anie th'l'oisanla of years.
(Aid. -Owi' of thl,'se, nIear (hiiolula, is in,
the form of a trun-ated pIyramid.
Each side of the lbse of this pyramid
is 1,4;23 feet, which is twice the length
of the great pyramid of :.-, I.t. The
height of this Mexican wonder is 177
feet, and its base covers an area of
forty-four acres.

Not There.
"Judge," said Mrs. Starvenm to the
rtagistrate who had recently come to
board with her, "I'm particularly anx-
i'iti-Y t have you try this chicken soup."
"I have tried It," replied the magis-
trate, "and my deelsion is that the
chicken has proved an alibl."-Phila-
delphia Press.

A Certain Cure for Aching Feet.
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder; cures
tired, aching, sweating swollen feet.
Sample sent FREE. also sample of Foot-
Ease Sanitary Corn-Pad, a new inven-
Tiion. Athiilr Alie. S. Olnt.-',l. L itr,, ,
N. Y.
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n'2 a i,.eljui.kk t( lr. lack !r .,;r, lun-".c

nan' Brain.
mab has a smaller brain
I it does not Iby any
hat she hais an iunfrlor
Uilt I arnla thl enoat

aVe rnor eq( l lmuwe-
isa position that
s n maintain.-Dr.

ii.ta ut n "horse
be. Muhi while I'm
f -ly -- Thou they
S l 'hic'ago.) News.
t ,t t purpo-',i" of our
les e' Lappiness.--

our -Kidneys.
s Make Impure Blood.
cur body pas-i:: throughh
every three : -minutes.
The k.irnc.: are your
bl-.d purnfl-r. :hey fi'
ter out he -.' ste or
L s .p'rin'i-i; i n i *, blood.
It i,.:.-, ai. ; l: or out
,f cr'i.-r, thl ., fail to'do
,ih.;r '.'.'ork.
i-ratiaim corrI:- from ex-
:}ce. of uric a.,.i in the
blc...-d, due t nr,-gl-ected
c iS q,.j,''- or unsteady
r .rfn.e n f. e! a: th,:.-u-h
.c e. bc.-a.:,e th-e eart is
I p p.r g tick, kidney-
rc. h vi r. and arteries.
c.nsi5,r'd that onl,' urinary
b' raced to th.e" kidneys,
s.1e ce pr,:., s that nearly
di:e .3 ha-.'e their begin-
Yu in -ak no:n m;:.k-
d o I.ir. s. Th
t ati i.r ienr-, IS
' rS t: he hi, h .t .:.r 1S
tfl ,n-, ].::t d ;,-'trA c: ..

b ly .A ilrl; hIl rt. C -ulilti,', O ,t" hi- -U'. '-
t'tlc to the '-.,.. '. I e .I'l. ii .it
used to sh* ,. ,..,,llly and -. :.'
figh-t of wild animals arranged for his
am usement. The crack on the throne
is believed to have been caused by
Lord Lake's bullet falling upon it dur-
ing the attack of 1803. According to
tradition, however, it cracked when
the Jat king of Bharatpur sat on tie
throne, for it was meant to be used by
none but the real descendants of the
great mogul. Then, again, when Lord
Ellenborough sat on it during the Ka-
bul war in 1842 blood is supposed to
have come out of it. East Indian
Twenty Year IUattle.
"I was a loser in a twenty year battle
with chronic piles and malignant sores,
until I tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
which turned the tide, by curing both.
till not a trace remains," writes A. .'.
Bruce, ot Farinville Va. UBest for old
ulcers, cuts, burns and wounds. 25c. at
A. H. Brake's store.
The Man (who had been sitting stol-
idly with his eyes on his paper)-Take
my seat, madam.
The Lady-Then you are about to
leave the car?
The Man--Oh, no, madam.
ut he wt he just the same, and
t .)k hlin fifteen minutes to .': t il ;,c'
from v'!eroe hei finally alight i'.--'1 ,n--


41 Acres of Nice La
iT- 1 A V'nnfno 1Tlr n- nf Bnr:lr,

^ i. n 11 U 1 i11IlllU[ 1 naii U I 1U J.:9ibI.
o -__.e- ofNicely located to be subiliviiled into
ir n.' ome of SwanRoot. uirdig Lots.
m Ilihr.gyou how to find u Lots
dn..,' or bladder trouble. TITLE PERFTOT and
r hen writing Dr. Kilmer

.y mistake, but remem-
Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil-
o't, and the address,
.,, on every bottle

This is a Bargain!
and the Best Property 11,v on thel
Market about St. Anilrew.


gmerc antile C.

toroughly Reorganized.

G. Post, Manager.


ral MprphdfaiispI

Io luq



n 1878, and built up by the kite L. M. \\';ire,
hly Reorganized aind under New M:an 1l'ellient

tlhf. Paftrnn Al f nll




_-"-:,-' <..:'" .SCHEDULE,

Tuesday, 8:30 p m.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. in.
Wednesday, 2:30 p. in.
Thursday, 9:00 a. m.
Monday, 6:00 p. m.
Thursday, 3:00 p. in.
F l. .. 1 1 .*di .. ..

I pe iiacc
';t. A nd r


rew, Wednesday, 8:00 a. m
l i'ola, Thursday, 6:00a. m,
ile. Thursday, 12:00 noon.
e, Monday, 6:00 a. m.

rv iuay, I:30ou a. m. St. Andrew. Friday, 2:00 a. m.
'riday. 10:00 a. m. A Miltville, Friday, 4:00 a. nm
Pensacola. Friday, 11:30 p. m.
T= A-SSS-E1-- q-C-p T1 A
Pensacola to St Andrew and MilIville, $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabelle, $7.50.
St. *\ i|daI,-,.. ;,,, M ill ,: ili to A l .hlaclicu'-.l,, ,$..,U).
I', la: t; .,1 1 j i .ilh $. 1,.)
Tlj'. ;lbi.,\',_- ruat.,s i''lLiude n ,,i.- and] I ,. '. C .P AIR \OW .
a_ __ ta Iit

(Z2 d 'bh- **k j-- *** I. '1 E Ii~t - 'W

-77 -V -


Cooking and Heating Stoves!

Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Etc.

BuriaL Caskets, Robes, Suits, Etc.



T"IjmP 1


Dry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries

Notions, Provisions and Feed Stuffs.

Corner WashinYfgton Avenue and Bayview St,

I pay ash for oods and must de
a strictly (Cash or R1eady Pay

This is it mny IPafros' Interes as well -as uy own. t'tIi itlml
(oIIvinoe,(t loin-self of this Triilt. ,.-

A& CG.

I IA.1>:r8 I N Cannot '

( ) R() ( ) )S .rHRIlE,


Ship ,and ry a- rdware

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

Clothing, .Gents' and Ladies' Furnishings.


Trniks and Valises.

stul & ni ,i1tl fOran iaie0
Made in Iron*. Any P0ffice Gladiy Sent

TE1 l7 On the BaT! o AIIetlr !

w Kill cofflc dly r0> ,~ ._"
Breech-Loading We Are
Woolsey's" i n I THE
BEst Coppr P in 1.5 t o1 SHOE MEN!
P .Only $5.50! &


Itees Lin1iform- tir iirnd CL11CuI' tcous tilea ltm' d 14- t. SOLID COLD F0 UXTAIN pZN

e Freight oni all Goods e-ocept Flour. Meal 4 .z-vl O
'ostoffice on the Bay. For fix ,of thesePColl I~nu; and SWixty c"Its ;et(,-brougaht to) th.liu-
111ofic.wwl t ihatc1tsa1110jv8.5. i
-- -- -ofi11115111iur1s1yo abeatiulHnisied ]4-kt. S01)(1 Gold Foiail, am1-
69 '111 tej),tlia co"8 alrelal $150. hP n is c~ollplete with b'o,,;a'ii 6
filled and iS faily' warranted by thle MHI)nfaetUreas and canbeau tdo
fl E~u ~them) if 1 61Unsatifcory IrInanv p]a ril eullar.1
r O IJJ U Dis pp in O r P I~Ii b.ts,
iry Promise and Never Hold Out Felse Nopes.
or detention from bu.3inQ8'; contagious BlootitPoisonIW
rn, Wirinout mercury or rvilaeral U.ixainre; ~op&A of M1anly 1
Vigor !'oMItively cured; not-tnimula.iit but ierrnaziemitwihu h nf rhn, .M N A~J AN tl -hB o
The Dr. King i..Ll- l ,ic n, I C ,16aa]..,Lr .I;w I (rg an It .1unrderr l
s~~A t a, tie -fi ,. rlra t.r (lie.f- a-.-- dI.Ic jrLn' iaIr'- "f
lbii ln'cr.t.Inr el~I-ih e n6'EraPt 'p"MarU AbN AM ERKiIrI L
bY a 1116ff 0 tin' -rl 5. Y,'' ER iCON,[-
Our su..e-eq l.-..a i .W- i a p,. R -98'. ne IR U13 u'is-
Bet; w e I I' p.H *... *a i. I -'I
X r 'f. l-)Ic.. '' l r . A I n r . ev I' e~rad II.,, .
i rs r. l vaoe "i n E . I, MOO -'al' 1r.. r a..(,,'' I I 'U'
ru-idw~m in inceory rr.-p.. !. dnr'S1.% 6el i ''FL .111,1-1:.'rv 112'WelP-. I U I H.C S" M an ufacturers of
We nj'S"' I,.. n,-.-d.-: i~ni t -',i i r ..I. palni.-I .arI ifhfli htrf;n v d Ij.,

an, e of R I? %v -'I L *l -f I -IT- n r~'

r' e 1.0 '. 1 i ILr'-1 1. 1 1% t, dL. j0 1.'
ChUlmaio Vc IA. !. tar itu ~. rt I'. I ~ isa w,12'11A L 8
i. Uoi'atur~l I)j,~- n r-i -n a, -..r.r

4% lersin.Gn7rV.erhandise.ll
at r. iii Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and Feeo.



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July 26, 1906. 71

I.T. AN 1 RE W

it;OCI.:IlI FS.
.g ia'. V lb1, Tea, ,lb
r.llill. il4 .... .1'4 HeNo....... 55
11 I.,-iwli ..... 5 U nI -,l Jap,-l)till
,,le, c,11 o niull ? can
, rP ii> .... 1 24 9 0 .- ,-- > 'a. 10
Arlbu le,1,-.l 5 S 'i-- ed..... 10
i llin te r ,- l l 3 ,~l 0 ai llinIll 1t1 r
S r oi r .. i lt 0 I .i L A ..... .. 1
l'olih ., [.lu. ",, tAit h I . . 0
, i. i (.': i i r 1.. l'r in I

,,- k ..U ... it l i I> .. .

i..i ..r i.. .. t i -- 't .,*'. "-

.I A
%, I VIC~a

au/.i ~g~ .

S\\_1.11 il'I I , '
l' lit 'i i ll' t i -l l i l- .'1 '
I-,_.>l. r .... l '! 1.
r :i l'll l 1 "-t l .sl <
l.Ak -d U< 'l.in-.. 1"
e. i-' . .. lI I
\ ai n ^ ....... ..I
Piiiin .k i iu ...... 1"

- ra n I') I N
loi r S ii 3. D.S. pr lb,.....
:l r lo S tl' I -.I...)
OIelisk ....... 3.5 l1.cO Sii 12
U rnl ; l. e.I pi M a ,ti tl FreIh .. . al
it Lt A~ht r lb... 5 Br'kf'stlan 1&22
C,,i-ii liii *.7tU1ani can1v's"'d I" '
P,,.t,)'I: Shoulders... I-
I, I. ..... .. 1 40 leef
,rl. .l' i 1.640 Corned ...... 8
s. ., (i 0 6 i"75 Fresh.. ...... S Il
.i, ,r .- ; .(0 Dried......... 25
I lai-l ..... 5 Milk pr qt...... 10
N.,iIu.. er t4t'. ,s A,with handle. 75
t;:.tl Wiln ,,.: i< i Hoes, eachli .. 35a50
1.,1ll.t rope. j al 21pp' l V paiN Cnt, a 50
i ,,v, ook ,,o ,. -. L'- Liinseed oil,g ll.'," 7 0
tic, ij erjlinl 18
Sr i ts, p,'i .,.. a8 Checks . ... 5.. a )
- ._0 1 g ... 5 l0 Flau nel. ....... I
Ml, ........ ali Thread per spool.
I. a ....... 1,a45 Shoes,laditi..$1a 75
i,, i l,,,i t 5 M "en .. $1 th 300l
1MI ISt.1 :I.I.A :N I-' N.US.
I I cwt .5a1 Oats pr u ii
1i1 t .. 1 *25 Brick pr M . ... 1. .A
',l'U 1..........7.t9ll WiMe prth N.- 75
t.,,o s sal..... in pr il.. ...
TiHUIT and NU I '.
), ., ., ,i / 45 Pecails pr lb . 15
. .. . . t. A 1 ..... . ..

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ith a isls ~ ~IiJA.

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tI I i II ,I -o it Il i

1 ed .,

1.11. ull-:' 01wa II ld ed ia i ts 1R- XXatt
UI my ca-me Of ciltarrh that .cali1l~t)e
otred 1bY [1.1's CiatMuI-rhCO re.
1'.J. CHUN P liY Ci.,l'st., 'Iolcdu1O.
Wie thue u"laLu Q ci have know ii2J.
GL1iosikey tob theIlast I15Vyears, anud KuIeM,

1. n.L~ii':i rt ly to' fi It tlitallI atil1e 'to carr3
out any tiitnMtga huaut made 1y thpirflA-i.
IA st & Ir1LlX, Who-lesale D 1w
'-I d-', 0.
Watlding, 1%Ciunali & M.itrvini,
Wim IIe.sule Jtnijg-Kin~ Toledo, 0.
HIIld UOtto rrli Cuvu'is taken interiiaily
CCdlii!ir%,cly inpra the blood ai-d mlu-
110"14 iiIuted ''1 U.The sstemu. Pri-ce,'iL
Pur boul. l. Vld ljb tl ug401.A
'i't ~ ~ .1l'iFatiu i Y kPills for to lu-it ipa-

The dehns.-st Ira.] r.- 14It' 01'r.' or IC:--
porouns.. GAuld W1.1 (.. A;-.-ii :i-.

Ingtoiiir' iji-.--. h t 1 .li : t .. vs r si t, t
[OL111-11k h) 0'.. r SXlixLi

C--ouiT- 1.t'WNT"4,..+I: -T TT-TrHtr Otit
w ui ld 1 iiT ni tvly se. Thi.,t'1 1l'- t lt
atoms of hIir''.-n )li iil u.viIl tluat
conl ititute i h i.*,l, < :; ,. _f W ilt r. If'
a s v-. ll v',i .ie of th r ci i. I be lthu i
3ningluitlid iL,o li.ii, .il ni.s i -. till tilhe
ultimate i.,,rt \\usi l 1I,.; lil. lii.- ijitr'.
ivhlch Is the satlc as a'yling thlit It is
not made up of discrete lprtic'les, but
fils space -coL'inpletely. This is express-
ed by a.yilng th-it the ether is a con.
tiuMI11us nedjiini and Is hence incom-
parable with matter.


If von havc.n't a r,;'uln r.,ain lthi y n'vom.j n-t -1fthe
bxiwela oveer day,y. .u'r, III-rnll I-sr I-K,..fyonr
bow lsa ope. aid Ibo weI4. F.-a'ce, in the shape of
vinltelt phybic or pill poison, is dangerous. The
smooth.ist, easiest, most perfect way of keeping
the lbsels clear and clean is to take

Pleavint. Pilaable. Potent. Tnrn Good, Do
(Oosd. No ',r i.:kc n. W.'aken or Iril..: ; 10, 25 and
50 cents pr liu's. Writ.:. iri' fr, '.uamt..i_,, and book-
let on hoaltii. Aldr,.ia 433
Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.

Special to the Buoy
\IWho i said ['arii.er Was a back un.i-
bci ? II ii\ ,itne .-'i 1 so thii. aie
#ii-takien. \VWe're ail alive ind wuide
at Wake,
JMea.sr,. Win. Railsbask, our genial
mail carrier and Louis Wright of
Panama City, came up in the launch,
Laura, Sunday, and towed back the
large launch, Monarch, owned iby
the Sales-Davis Lumber Company,
the Monarch having been out on the
ways at Parker all of the past week.
J. A. Doitalsoii iId family aie
pendingg the suninner at Parker in
tlhir lovely home on "'The Point."
E. Z T'aylor and family of Wetva.
hitchka are also down toi the saum-
DTwo Inew 1.nuinclie-, have just been
bi ilt and put in runnuing order; one
Vy 1'. F. 'in leri, the otlihir by A. R
['Itival & Siins
\\liut In -Ai.-s \\% 11, 'P..rker & (C',
louk so ple.aa~ti, theme dayv? VWhy,
jiliil beeilnse the t.ieliir n r.1, P \ .I-

f1 IIli I II I 1 1-t h" ( IIIl i: t 1 1 i'd It V I'I i 1li l -
alter'i .n il-- ins ead ,, Malili'rl.'i liiln--
ling-., befl.ie dai light I u.''ul for ('*tit.
Ale': iud.r. It l ti. beli h-ltped the ll'w
-ch', lulu v, ill c b L 'i ii iniii t l11i l e
clihtige pleases e eivy l.l.AC a ,lit l n
East Bay.
Parker is full of summer people
at present Tire more the merrier.
The J. M. Fraylo: place. lately
sold to J. N. Wils.n of Sneiads. Fla.,
is occupied at the present waiting by
the purchaser and his tanmily, also, a
. number of friends, about twenty-six
ill all-quite a house party', all in for
it good time on the bay.
L'1tity of rain for the farmer people
nowadays-it makes the grass grow
tine, and keeps thie weather cool.
Marvin Mashli'irnu and sister, Mrs.
S C. Albrittonl, lihsbai.d and two
chiililen, of Andalusia, Ala., are vis-
iting their parents. Mr. aud Mrs. C.
M. Mat-iburn, of thi. place.
Pai ker Masonie Lodge held its reg-
ular cuonkin illication uiI Saturday,
last. The Lodge has reason to teel
proud. for it has as fine a member
shtip as coinld be wi.hed,.
Maitin Davis and J. C. Vickery
are .I.iiig some repair work on the
w\',-, letor W H. ait. r.

A Hatid uot

Sof tI l..- t c.'nt .:-I withh, pring
II' A .t l 1,i.I [i L 1- r .1in l i. >l, _l a li b o -
,i-,, iti. l l | \i'wa .o u ; i,..in i. o i.lh ii'
1.1 'l.,.. tt i a iti l itr. 1'-ii.I'-. N ew
Lit l',ii. i r, l --.i-Jlit.-t a;nll] m ost ef-
i- ri\ ,; i- i', f,.r hI liititiIn I. They.pre-
S\ut aiLtp.>.ii.:~~i1 anAd tone up the syb-
tuimi. *2-,1. at A. H. Brako's store.

Iti0gs Nr-. metl John.
Jrbn I. ot < ', "t'**e. -':i U pire" h W,'
pokior: i b! y a s oVI.i : ;, "in IV. i";
* :,' : I' d hliJh l 1h :; ;-'" 4 p,:t oi)n
.,.J Li V. "--" i' P ve.
.J..n V ,'t' ;;y ;,i ." t' eI i .! livo.1
('{ l 'it i-. 1'rtI(] or f :I 11. Ji-l:-
if )u n of t E' v;l'.e -i a : *i uw ; Jri
SVI ''. '. .1 6".1 in r- ..
OLIO of *'he ^v. ';^) ' u 1 4- j wa. iv-
o o;ut of 1: ; ) : >: 1.; I is !1b1-ets.

: , .... >: !.h .! "1 : :'" Frnice h;t.
; '; t :' 1 : n L, '.*;.r : : 1 :, < as. .. a. pr e;:i ;' ti Ei lish for
S'( Av. n. ; 1: i: o:' J.l us- have

l ) i : I.- L:-0-n ;' i ihe sulpersti-
i. L :it ; "'. :." :'i:r caiiot be
h '.. fiai ;t t--.:.n ni;:;r.) '1 I j t hao.

<) tsJi '. '; iifa'ren ( :io tS U -. l.
, ). ly 15 :i,:; .- 1i;::!} c s ait th:o ki"' l ....
''I l'ir 1. it to ,I.'"" hoe mn n lhome
to dihmnnr, lut he k .it staying aini
*i...il ;it the ... ;u I just had
to ask him. Yon v-ill haLiye tj put as
gocd a f;ee on it ans ')i (71'ai."
"If you think I'm g1ong to chaing my face on hi acju:unt. George Fer'-
guson." said his sp'u .e, red and au-
Sgry, "you'll have to think ;,:;n:' You
may 1-riir : him out to dinner right
tkow!"---LiL.i'," Tribune.

'i veid Ili, s Com rad('.U l .il,.
a'W hlil-l. I.tolling fro lli h. G lii l

A ll~ i l i A l 'e i -i in l igii ttioi
oi l 'i rfll, h I'iu n il ai .ll y .' pa .rti s to t'ih

edy ai. I'ave us d i i t- suciesl in oi i
niti oy ci asions .Sod by all lji.edicii.- -
,I' L. l : i I l, i ( 'l .i[ rl '
-' lj (- 'i,.l'l. l i i ,i D 'h ,t : li -. ,!l

i i l his life, I h
('if 'h ho ,r itrI years ii ilimi01 itlio

She- i .Hve orl i nevriy t 'ieds to m l':
friends?ll l H-Oh. yes.alwa hat is the ren-
son I have so many d uemles--Slular

To be thrown upon one's own re-
sources Is to be cast Into the very lap
of fortune.-Franklin.
Mother Gray's Sweet Fowders or Chil-
den. Successfully." sed by Motall di
Gra '. nurse in the Children's Ho me in
New York, cure fo'verishness, bad stoi'
ach. teething disorders. niove, and r;*' -
ulate the bowels and d -itroy worms.
ore than o 30,000 test ion'ial.T,
never fail. At all dru tris;t, 25. Sam-'
We FREE. Address Allen S Olt steal
LeRoy,n. Suesslly y thY.
LeRoy,< N. Y.

ma nwivered.

"N''''Lit'., r i-wd 13 1


'The world-. which tor-khbut sir dny3-
to runkI.it; lik le tu take 6,000 to ruake

IChamb Ierlaiu'sI


fi-a A.W' -i .I L i, I ,

Cough Remedy
The Children's Favorite
---C I H ES--
Coughs, Colds, Croup and
Whooping Cough.
This r-nie- ji-. frn .- U.f f,,r it- curoT Inro r
lB r' |-'>e i., i l,!-, c ii. s ,r si5., ri l 1. l i. i
a .l i-a r n= !., ,tf 1!i u ', .

.1 N Io.ur. tI

Inl A'1nrdrew, with
tA maknr ilg oivi0 invebtmlei


business etrand to St.
firsL of tile week.
Bued Cvi,)h. Lriv
visited tire Bayoll It i
W, M, C ilely ,of Coi-''
ttile yi'Sitirlg c -,litlui.p itAt
6t. Andrew.,
11011. 4. N. ,\It
eol iltty, ms-ho rIcellth v Ip

''i I ii nIF; I I ve a 19 J I I I I

(if L~ll -nIcP.I

it li,)II ar 'mt I iIul I'

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f-d;i.-l oi.a PEI ;-iutt

S Price 25 ct ; Large Size, 50 ct *,
A W'hi- t !(h r Ilfi' r ,l.
1 ,i.; I .-." ;! -, ,. I,.. '1 :'l"
\v a ~ 1 ;i 1 )'!"','* ,-,. :, ',, It h frk-.,ls .l&
much for his treneliant wit and sar-
castic saylngs as for his genius. A
..-'il.' l y on one c-asilon, her first
a ti'g vih ~1'l!-.tler, was gi\ *-'
veout to iher iplpr>lci;ation of the "art! -
tie tenp,,r:- 'eut" and ,was evidently of
the Ogpin;0i'1 ti;it she pofsessoed that

"It i;. wm'deA-fl," she said in con-
clu:io', "vli t a differoeico there Is be-
t"vesn' p,>'.pi&."
"Yes," ri-Iied WhlIstler, '-t0 .-re is a
great doeil of difference betwea
matches, too, If you only look close
enough, but they all make about the
same blaze."

Only 82 Years Oldl.
"I am only 82 years old and don't ex-
pect even when I vet to be real old to
feel that way as long as I can get Elec-
tric Bitters says Mrs. E. H. Brunsun'
of D blin, Ga. Surely there's nothing i
else keeps the old so youn- and makes
the weak as strong as this arand tonic
medicine. Dyspensia, torpid liver, Iib-
flamed kidneys or chronic constii)ation
are unknown after taking Electric Bit-
ters, a reasonable time. Guaranteed
by A. I.Brake Price, 50 cents.


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Twentieth Ceritury Bookkeeping,
Shorhand and Businass Pe manship
Write for Full Information.

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Cheaper than wood. Will last a lifetime.
iIghust Awards World's Fair, St. Louis, 1904.

Over 100 designs of Iron Fence shown in our calst
S 'r lo/ue. Low prices will surprise you.
Call and
see us.

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M'ay be seen 1ying on the
L;.-.tcli i fIriit 'of the I Dii.' lfi. c .
vpplly ait Buoly Ollice.

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their interest to do so. t'fr- ibalti-r
who keepIs cool is sure to E bhis op
ponent at a disadvRntiage. Tl.e cool
man is usually a master S Sar'?as.i,
which is an effective wen Au in n-.
noying an adversary, but a jaug-rou I
one also, because there Is wavys3 tbh.
temptation to carry It too far. The
men who have the wides Intfluence
are the good naturedl en, ow se words
leave no sting behind them

For YOUNG LADIES, Roa oke, Va.
Open.?epil. 2-iHX1id. Oneofib it' h rg Sboooha
tr Young Laidi.es In ith e A outh. Ni buildings.
pianos and equipment, C('an~ipa leti re.-. GTrae l
njutiutiitah nt-r)n In Vtalley of Vil na., frnifid
foi llatih. Eurolpe m andi Ameri te-achers.
Full course. o.'uservatory alv-anl es in Art.
lMu-t' and Elocul,0n. t'ertifleath i Wellesley.
i Students from :, .trlre. For ental tue addrea3
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There is one thing that will
cure it-Ayer's Hair Vigor.
It is a regular scalp-medicine.
It quickly destroys the germs
which cause this disease.
The unhealthy scalp becomes
healthy. The dandruff disap-
pears, had to disappear. A
healthyscalp means a great deal
to you-healthy hair, no dan-
druff,no pimples,no eruptions.
The best kind of a testimonial--
"Sold for over sixty yeai-."
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- l~oiCmdoo)r upou the

on o :.: sBti'; i. r v a'ln offc nae
Iih the church would not readt4'
con,,on1e' and it was reniarked of inore'
"ls-n one vho had erred in this respect-
ti.,t _..lc ever "'i. e: ,.vard deserted ham."
The approach of t'e meal was oft'tn
inmnouinced by the blowing of horns, -""
that wayfarers might hasten their:
Curiously eniougli, giraco was ald b?
fore the tables were laid, and ti-
guests appear to have had thor appe
tites whetted In a most salutary man
neor y regarding the me- ,ements of th,"
attendants as they spread the clotlh
and brought in sa!teellars, drinkin-
vessels and other necessaries. Tj
wait on others at table was consldere,
rather honorable than otherwise, an '
the story of the Black Prince attend
Ing to the wants of the captive Frencie
monarch contains nothing extraordi-'
nary. In the h uscholds of the greoa
the carvers and thp.e who p-esente:
the wine at table w re never less tha:.
e-r. 'u irs ail often n'obl's and barons.

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A Polite tehiiac<-s Very Much Like
tl-e Practice of Law. -
Dilp!olmn-y is a matter of business,
thlaouig.h ai polite business, hedged about
by etiquette and t-l.ai, and adorned
with a few frills. Get behind the lin-
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Pensanolta. -
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Gait City
Good Range
Deer Land
Mossy Head
DcFuniak Sprinas
Ponce de Leon
We tville
Cotton dale
Grand Rlidge
RiverJunction Le

ills Last Love.
She--I suppose you would have me
believe: I am. the first woman you ever
lovedd? He--Not at; all. I've loved
scorDI' of women, but you are the Lias
oue I l.ave f:tll 'n In live- with. 'Sbe-
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Factory on Bay Front, near Washington

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Factoiy Equipp"d wi h Engine and Modern M
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to Ihihdi, i. ThI. i-' II .ih,.,.hr .,pi i-*
lar notion thiat tne An I i ii... dii lui.it-
ic e't,ilA.lhliulae[t is weak because our
representatives abroad outeud with
men traineil all their lives in the diplo-
matic school. We have no permanent
1,il..Ui.ltic I. I t ai.hI let-ut. Our anm-
ll -i'.m.ir, and ministers abroad are
picked from law ,-', ,-., editorial roons
and even counting rooms. Usually
they have had no previous acquaint-
antce with diplomatic work. Yet nine
tinitej out of ten they are more tian
a match for the mnvn they have to deal
with abroad. Breadth and strength of-
character, knowleJge of human nature
and experience g:ihled in the rougb
and tumble of life count for quite as
much as the other fellows' dilettante
culture. It is the judgment of the.
best observers throughout the world
that our successful American lawyers
and editors easily hold their own
against their competitors. Walter
Wellman in Success.

The Cormorant.
Tho cormorant is trained by the Ohi-
nese as a fishing bird. A ring Is placed
around the bird's neck, which prevents
It from switll )vtin the fish It has
taken. One ( l..i:iiina will utili-:e a
dozen of these birds- during the day's
fi ..- .. sending thwe under the water
in r(-,'Ilar s 'Kcctiscion. Thoy were fcr-
n-':. !y iuJ lun tl:e sm-nie n an,,''' ini
F ... i!. Charles I. had an ,ii ,- r of
Lhis bL ,s..Al-ld designated as master.0f

hlug a-3 I am the last.one you, lta.ve lov-
ed w.-'l get along all right.-Boston,

Dispelled His Fearsa.
Old Gentleman-It Is folly to talk of
marriage for years yet. My daughter
fs a mere child. She knows nothing
about the world and could not manage
servants. Mr. Slmpurse Oh, that
needn't make the slightest difference!
We shan't have any.

Our Best.
We need not be discouraged because
of the great things th ers accomplish
and which are fatr beyond the range of
possibility for us. It is only our own
best that Is required of us, our own
and not another's.-Woman's Life.

The earliest known cookbook was
printed In Venice In 1475.
On Other Nights.
Mr. Goodthing-IIow, does your sis-
ter like the" engagement ring I gave
her, Bobby? Her...Youug Brother--
.Well, It's a little too :smalL.. Shie Jas
an awful hiagd ,time, getting; 1 ff wbp.-
-the other- fellows nl 11.-Puck.

the seeds !.. ti_- water : t te i'i-or .i t
wh. :-is they gre'tv tie. cYhck I tr-an-_
lorted safely fro:u liv v. ,0 :.. of itho
Anmazou to th i far w'-it. i11::,. the lily
Is usually growl wI!ti tbo tl l:i,'-:t, ..'
It is vt-y tciider. -L.S taiirted in pots
in it tellre'riritu.v of VU v s,, .-s wiIj pgi-r-
.:i .: I, a i aiit tv,.3 W c. u: nd mtiay bO
'ilai'it.O c:lt i t I" owipl ;:r WLclu the
!. :, hI.vo I0 e icc ;e w r i:u ly
i2b'out tC 1 :t of -: o- ll.i wi;] I)I I i)1
the st;iu s;uiiiiil', bit c;.niot be tCir-
lic.l t h,)u;.i iv wiutTer, but li:ust b.b
staat-.i !i'. ';Ch l'iC ,:1 astY,.!.. either by
tide l;lu; has:- of 2i;:.111 or le ti S','ini of
seed, tle lat'tr benig. of course. Imluch
oilOr. coniomii;cal, a seeds mity be pur-
chased for a. fe l-e ickels apiece, the
)plaiZ.s costing as nau.- doliurs.-Aumer-
icau IjIies anid Gi'rdeus.

Sincere Adintratton. "
"Why (1o you insist on keeping a par-
"Been use," answered the lonely man,
"I like to hear it talk. The parrot Is
the only creafure gifted with the power
of slipeelr that is content to rcp.eat ju-:t
what it hea:-s witholit tmyi .g to niah;
n good rtor' of (t.t"- Wa,!i:ton ':.r
-"-; . . ... --- .^ + .W wi t .. -

S1 Act directly on the liver.
They cure constipation,
biliousness, sick-headache.
Wnit y r stahei Sold for 0O years. -.Al rerC.:
Want your moustache or beard R]i[ Clnii MIR nY;l !

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* -ThtF tw1- will n nlwrv NI to.ertir
- 1oo." rmnnp'ed a yowie wg moan walk
11r throughh a gzardvo with Rydnoe
"b te nme lead perfection to the
p." -mid be gallantly offering her blt

A D#Aeest tab .
Labor to keep alve Ito yor b
0at e tte park of ceestaal i. calen s

It at et yo dom t aeseIad. it


Notice of Application for Tax Deed
Under Settou 8 of Chapter 4888
Laws *of Florida,
Notice is hereby given, that McK.
Campbell, :purchaer of Tat Certificate
11. 146, lated the 6th day of June, A, V.
1904, has filed said certificate in my of-
see and bea made application for tax
deed to issue ia accordance with law,
Said certificate embraces the following
dseribed property situated in Washing-
f eeoauty, Florida, to-wit: b5 acres in
ot 5,of seetion 14, tp 4s, r. 14w; The
said land being asseased at the datA of the
iassuance of ubch certificate lan the name
as Unknown. Unless said. certificate
shal l e redeemed according to law. tax
deed will issue thereon on the 3d dayof
August, A. D. 1906.

[i. e.] this the llth day of July, A. r.
1906. W.C LOOKEY.
Clerk Circuit Court,
Washington County, lorida.

D taraztist or Tug ISnTERIOR.
LjD O(rricK aTGAs1N5s6TfL. FI.A.,t
S June 18, 190t. f
rotlen is hereby tCiven that the fol-
lowing named settler ba OSled notice of
his mention tomake fital proof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said proof
*ill be made before the Clerk of the
Circut ourt at Vernon, Fla., on Aug.
20, 190h. v:x:
Hd 30795 for the nwk of seo. 12. tp. 2&,
r. 14w.
Be sames the following witnesses to
prove hi continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Samuel Blampied, and Thomas C.
Nixon, of Tomkinas, Fla., and Bens. W.
Saxon and James B. Grant, of Baybead,
non, Fla. W. G. ROBSON9, Register
A g'ditor's fna paid.


New Discovery

FOR Idt 8of3 t.-0

uelst and icekeet ro for all
THOh? n"d LUNG, THOV3.

agea me aUai n

dtimMeta_ our orn D ett. -k
Sceaslti Tic 1fCtafatgt L

A homWinuseratelweenan Luuuest c
s Bea ofn aij 'is, $ a
mesIes wiiseosum

:WLontS.irtt. wom.a N go r

Two aps $1
30x60 inches, correctly platted and
showing all the more important
buildinga-is of great value to any
one contemplating purchamihg prop-
erty in town. It covers about four
Wuies of coast line, extending east.
ward from Dyer's Poiint to and em-
bracing Old St. Andrews, with cor-
responding territory inland. Price
One Dollar, at the BUOY Office.
1bewmg all the lands disposed of by
the Cirimint Company, also locate,
BarrMset, Parker, Oromanton and
iadjscs*t comrtry. The plat of the
eota is not shown. bht by the aid ol
@eis mep the approximete location of
any let in easily determined. Price
Oti Dollar, at the Bnoy Office.
f-% 'L V it %L B* - - -

Witter Wuap will obe s66 Oby m al in
any address or. receipt of the price.

Our Clubbing List.
The BUOY has made very wheralclub.
11ing arrangements with a few of the ver,
mea tpablicationa in the country sad for
he present can send for a whole year
The BUOY and
Detroit Free Press (twice.a-week
and Year Book)*............. 1.7 "
The Fua T. U. & Citizen, daily for 5 s85
do Semi weeklr,fortl 55
Scientific American' .... 3 56f
Farmer and Fruit Grower" ... 2 5,5
Flovida Agriculturist ... 5.W
do clulhsof 5, each ..2 Str
srm Joumral, Philad'a, monthly I Ito
Cineinoali Enquirer twice a week
8 large pages each issue..... I 75
AtlautaConatitution A ..
N.Y.World (thrice a week)...... 170
'* Cosmopolitan .............. I ,
'he Criterion............. .... I |
For any or either of the above public.
tions in connection with the RUOY, ad
dress all order', to I HE BUOY.
S. Andrea. Fla.

For Sale!

We offer for sale a abio-HfAr the
south sIde of the-zerth half of the
aorthwet quarter of section 10. town-
ship 4- south, range 14 west, running
from the school house to Watson bayou,
adjoining MilIville on the south. Will be
sold In acre, quarter, or balf-acre lots.
The price asked will, be according to
lMn., W- A mmmnurn i. vin

Notice ot Application for Tax Deed
Under Scti. a 8 of (Chapter 4888
Laws of Florida.
No. lee is merely given that G. W."
Earnshaw, purchaser of Tax Certificale
No. 166. dated the 6th day of June. A. D..
1901 has fild said certieate in my office
and has made application for a tea detd
to issue in accordance a th law. Said
certificate embraces the following de-
sribed property situated in Washingtea
county. Florida, to-wit: The ej of I t 34
block 33, *s of section 35, tp. 38, r. 15W.
The said land bhe asauessd at the date
of the as.-tanca of -*nch certificate in the
name of Unknown. Unless said certificate
shall be redeemed accor.iug to law, tax
deed will issue, thereon on the 28th day
of August, A. n.. 1906.
Witness my official signature and e"A
[L. a ) this the 24th.day of July, A D..
1906. W.C. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Court,
WaPbington County, Florida.

DrAsUTasT Or TNs IrTSatona.
Land Office at Gainesville. i F
June 18 1906.
Notice is hereby given that the fol.
lowing 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, Fla.. on Aug.
20, 1906, via:
ELAM C. FREE, of Nixon. Fla.
Hd 30484 for the ei of unw and nw* of
nek of sec. 36. tp Is, r. 12w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Robert Nixon, Richard A. Howell.
James Nixon. and C. MlInnis of Nixon,
Fla. W. G. ROBINSON, Register

LAmB OsrrsC at GAItsvmiLL, FI.A.,)
June 18. 1906. f
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim,-and that said proof will be
made before the clerk of thm circuit court
at Vernon, Fla. on Aug. 20. 1906, vis:
JOHN H. PORTER, of Econfina, Fla.
Hd No. 2W1il for the wN of the jawY,
soe of nw and twi of nek of sec 121
t6.4't r. 13S'
Be-names .:the following witnesses to
prove hbis continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
Jesse M. Maskhnrn, Thos. L. Mash-
imrni4 W,. A. Pinuckney and John B.
Brown, all of *cuflnan, Fla.
W. G. Roaraox,'-Register.
lU Editor's fee paid.

Notice of ApplieaUon for Tax

Under Section of Chapter 488, Laws of
Notice is hereby given that Jeff Devis,
purchaser of Tax Certificates Nos. 113
and 114, dated the 6th day of Jtue, A, v.
l04. has filed said c rtificates in my of-
fif, and has made application for t*S
deed to issue In accordance with law.
Said certificates embrace the following
described property situated in Washing.
tou county, Florida, ta-wit: Five acres in
the wi of swi and 50 acres lInj ofaw
of see. 36. tp. 3s, r. 14 being asMesed at the date of the issuance
of such certificate in the name of -
"Owens" and Unknown. Unless said oer
tifcate *shall be redeemed according to
law.itas deed will issue thereou on the
26th day of July, a. o. 1905.
Witness my official signature and seal
(L e.J this the 16th day of June.
a. 1906.
Clerk Circuit 3ourt,

Notice of Application for 'ax

Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of
Notice is hereby giver, that TR Breoke,
purchaser ofTsx Certificate No. 125. dat-
ed the 6th dav of June a. n. 1904, has
filed said certificstf in my office, and has
made application for tax deed to issue in
accordance with law. Said certificate cm-
braces the following described property
situated *in Washington county Florida,
to-wit: s5 of sw3 less 15 acres of sec-
tion 4, tp. 4, r. 14w. containing 65 aeres,
more or less. The said land being assess-
ed at the date of the issuarce of such cer-
tifiscato in the name ofR. E Howard, eat.
Unless said eartificatei shall be redeemed
according to law, tax deed will i sue
thereon on the 26&h day of July, A. o.
Witness my official signature and seal
I. B.I this the 0th day of June, A. *.
1906. W. C. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Court,
Washington County, Florida.

Notice or' ApileJAtion for Tax
Under Section 8 of Chapter 488S Laws of
SM-t . &L.& 16.IV.-

nigpricu ru Uurvuy ( nival UI-t r nrra.Iul-
nie Tompkins, purchaser of Tax C rtif-
icate No. 92, dated the 6th dayof June,
A. D. 1904, bas filed said certifieate in may
office, and has made application for tax
deed to issue in aeco-dance with law.
Said certificate embraces the following
described property situated in Washing-
ton county, Floaida. to-wit: ne) of ne.
eX of nw, ei ol ei of see 4, tp. 3v, P.
13w. The said land being assessed at
the date of the issuance ofauch certificate
in tbhe name of Unknown. Unless said
certificate shall he redeemed according to
law. tax deed will issue Ihereon on the
26th day of July, A.D. 1906.
Witness my official signature and seal
[(L. a.] this the 7th day of June, A. x.
1906. W.O. LOCKEY,
Clerk Oircuit Court
of Washington County, Florida.

N otice of Exectitors.
(Of Final S-ttleh!ent.)
In Court of County Judge, State of Flor.
ida. In re Estate of R. F. Brackin.
Washington Countv.
Notice is hereby given, to all whom it
may concernn that on the let day of Sep.
temper, A. D. 1906, we shall apply to the
Honorable J. R. Well., Judge of said
Court, as Judge of Probate, for our final
discharge as executrix and executor of
-the estate of R. F. Brackin deceased.
and at the same time we will present to
said court our final accounts as executrix
and executor of said estate aud ask for
their approval.
Dated Feb. 6Ah, A. n., 1906

CAXLstr E. BTAcxK.v,

WOaV 1fis
ON30 Deeplay dom ae 0- 00 s
mosmnt ~w quatatlois'rere

'ywr queried Nmmtt "Wbat. ter
~WAIIMAhht ut I rem*ked that I
ahrooa7o&- pdk- dlmian lom bo
caum t ~want to nowa tool cc
uvv*s4 4 sAd valc eoma valamgp1t
th** 10lY -or14.refined &mW -lbtla.


Land office at Gainesvill-, Fla.
June 18, 1906.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make commutation
prmoof in support of his claim, and that
atd aaLvLU be made before clerk of

Au .. viz:'
SIDNEY S. SANDERS of Fountain,
Hd No. 35075, forth wi of uwi of sec.
4 aod ei of nei of sec. 5, tp. 1s, r. i2w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Mathew Nixon, Will McLcod and
Geore Ellisof Eountain, Fla., and Jas.
Walden of Nixon, Fla.
W, G. ROBINSON, Register.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
June 18, 1906.
Notice Is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make commutation
proof in support of ,his claim, and that
said proof will be made before the Clerk
of the Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla.,
on Aug. 20, 1906 viz.
JAMES WALbEN, of Nixon. Fla,
Hd 33716, for the ni o f set and ni of swi
of see 30, tp. In, r. 12w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
Mathow Nixon. S. S Sanders, Wyley
Tyson and Thomas McBride, all of
Fountain, Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Register.

H Gentlemanly



OWpr"Kt b l K. A. Whftehead
'Miss Lacy Davis. twenty years old
and the daughter of a widow, was as-
sistant bookkeeper and assistant cash-
fet of t OW-ltit,4oolen mills in the
Puburte of a certain western city. It
was oee of the duties of the cashier to
4p to the bank In the city every Satur-
day forenoon and draw an amount sut-
felent to pay th. wages of the employ-
eeo, anod e had never met with any ad-
ventue te ao doing. One was coming,

Tibm came a day when a stranger
recognised him and tried to possess
himself of the $2,500. He went over the
ground from the bank to the mills and
laid his plans, and a week before the
event be felt certain that the boodle
was his.
Look here, Miss Davia," said the
mtillt manager one Saturday forenoon,
"I have word that Mr. Samson is sick
and wont be down this morning. At 10
o'clock you will have to go to the bank
In his place. You caon go down on a
street car and come back In a hansom."
The young lady was rather pleased
and proud over the errand, and when
the bour arrived she set out with never
a thought that It was to be an eventful
day in her life. As she boarded a -car
in front of the mill a good looking
stranger about thirty "years old got in
and sat opposite her. Although she
could not say that he ever glanced at
her, ihe had several sly peeps at him
and was quite favorably impressed
with his appearance.
The check was promptly cashed at
the bank, and with the money in her
retieule the girl reached the door to
find an empty carriage drawn up as if
awaiting her.
"Keb, ma'amf queried the driver,
and next moment she was inside and
being whirled away.
Mie Davis wa so occupied with
thoughts of something else that she did
not notice the landmarks along the
way. When the hack suddenly stopped
she bwkuIa Em* nmd m-aw a th- a had

not arrived at the mill. Instead of that
she had arrived at a lone old house
standing alone on the block, and the
nelgbboMhbod was one she had never
seon beotee.
The sprang to the ground and began
to question the driver, but be wheeled
and dM offve without a reply, and out
of the bous stepped te man of the
street ear and rated his bet and bowed
and smiled.
"Where am I? What does this
mean'" asked the girl.
"It yo will step Inside I will e-
plati," replied the man.
"But I shaball not step Inside, Why did
the eutaeeg bving me here? I shall not
oay a minute."
IM be did. The man stepped for-
wand and passed an arm around her
and carried her witit to spite of her
tiuggles. He seted her on a box In a
bare oom and smilingly said:
"Bxcuse me, please, but you were
acting a bit foolish. You have asked
several questions, and I will now pro-
ceed to answer them.
*Tow are in the suburbs. You were
brought here to be robbed. You will be
sAtatned a few hours and then set at
liberty. Had the cashier gone to the
beak tor thea ener he woul now have
been Is your place. You will be held
blameless In this matter, and you must
ee that you are atlo perfectly helpless.
f can take the money from you. Better
take a sensible view of things. How
much money did you draw?"
"Abat 0l0" hreped ashe


Notice of Application for Tax
Under Sectlon B of Chapter 4888 Laws of
Notice is hereby given that A. E.
Register, purchaser ot Tax Certificates
No. 127.152, 158, 163 and 165, date the
6th day of June, A. D.. 1904, has filed said
eartiicates in my office, and bas made
application for tax deed to issue in accord-"
ance with law. Said certificates emhr ce
the tiolewing described property situated
in Washinton c2nty, Florida, to-wi;
Block 32 of the nwt sec. 5, tp. 4s r. 14 w;
Lots 10, blk 8; 13, blk 13; wi lot 1, blk 26;
lota 13 and 14, blk 31 of the si of sec. 2.5,
tp 3s, r. 15w. The said land being as-
1ased at the date of thef isuance of itchb
rtiificstea In the name of Wai. Stansbury.
UIses said certificates hall he redeetued
according to law, tax deed will issue
thereon on the 23d day of August, A. D.
OWitness my official signature and seal
[L. a.] this the 13th day of July, A V.
1906. W.C. LOUKEY,
Clerk Circuit Court
of Washington county F'orid%.


banded o0e
"Not a f<
day's work
to endure I
two, and I
the best of
The door
a window,
"We maY
asit here and
occurred to
heroine son
"I never
hands of a
"It was
to become
story will ci
dally paper
terview yo
picture. Th
your hair a
hands and
you were
will be call
girls tn the
I"You are
with a toss
"Then fo
engaged yo
celve letter
As a heroli
on the tr
follow you
how you ea
your likes a
aTee.-wlth !

your nor t is certain that
a bra n of rs will be named after
you. Fame I surely about to knock at
the door."
"But I wa none of it," responded
Miss Davis. 1 want to appeal to your
better nature to give me that money
and let me You say you are a rob-
ber, but I a sure you are also a gen-
tIeman and t without honor and sen-
"Yes, I am gentleman by birth and
education, a I have my fair share of
sentiment, b this Is a worldly matter
and must be idaussed from a worldly
standpoint. 'o have read In the pa-
pers, haven' you, that the mayor of
your city Is caused of boodling and
that an effort will be made to impeach
him '"
"There a two aldermen under in-
dictment a two more suspected,
while a bull ng Inspector has had to
leave the entry to escape arrest.
You knew t, didn't you?"
"Well, som'-ofthem at least are gen-
tlemen and al have more or less sen-
timent, but saa anybody appealed to
them on tha score to surrender their
"I-I guess ot. But because another
man commit.crime you cannot be ex-
cused." repl 1 the girl.
"That is a lent history," smiled the
man. "Therq has been a new deal on
for the last Ifty years. In our haste
to get rich 4 have put principle be-
hind us. T4 motto of the average
man today i1 'Get rich as fast as you
can and any way you can, but don't
get caught alt.' We haven't any use
for the stridcy honest man for many
years past. ife was sent to the poor-
house and di'd there before you were
born. I freeIjajdmit that because some

doesn't folio
rob, but it d
get ahead h
men on the
stance, the I
posed to tur
a matter of
ton with the;
public for g
even or get
"All this Is
Davis when
get over tl
"And you
"I would n
that awaits
up that this
band. I am:
parture. Tl:
hind me, a&
the sashes h
to creep out.
will be unle
liberty to j
blame me il
est as othei
Goodby to y
And In tel
times over
the girl alwE
"He was
ask him to g



It was on;,
time. and thi
Ing bad b<
about the L
fact that i
would be he
years at an
lng home. A
Crosby, goli
was In answ
appeal that
and Sanfor
warmth of t
shivered. W
clear, unmli
Suzette to g
of year In E
marry him.
promotion hi
In a posltloi
their boy i
knew well
talned. Hac
tated the suo
And Suzet
a noncomml
home today.
Did she n
did she not
which over
lably to the
sette was rs

I"?TP J s the funds IT-
that I am licensed to
I follow that If I am to
the world I must meet
own ground. Ior in-
nt woolen mills are sup-
out woolen clothes. As
et, they are mixing cot-
goods and deceiving the
The public must get
left I am one of the

ank sophistry,- said Miss
h bad finished.
Py dear, but you cannot
fact that I have the

111 not return It?"
t deprive you of the fame
eu. The chances are even
Ill bring you a rich hus-
ow going to take my de-
door will be locked be-
you can't raise any of
h enough to enable you
An hour hence the door
ked, and you will be at
I hope you will not
Ivldually. I am as hon-
men-no more, no less.

ng her story a hundred
within the next ten days
s took pains to add:
robber, but he was a
was really ashamed to
me back the money"



1. Davies Ogden

w minutes until trail.
ian who all the morn-
nnderiug restlessly
forced her reluctant
ee realization of the
very soon, Suzette
zette, after her four
stern college, was com-
l what was she, Helena
to say to the girl? It
to Helena's own urgent
e girl was coming-that
s letter. Despite the
sweet June day Helena
t was she to say?
er spoke for itself. In
kable terms it begged
e up that long dreamed
pe and come back and
His anxiously awaited
arrived. He was at last
o ask the fulfillment of
d girl pledge. Helena
ugh what the letter con-
she not practically die-
tance ofit?
's only answer had been
tI telegram, "Starting for

an to marry Robert or
That was the question
gd over again rose fever-
aister's mind. Since So-
en and Robert twenty-

Ie reticule.
me, but fair pay for a
qow, then, you have got
o society for an hour or
pe you will try to make

1 been looked. He raised
ew up another box and

* well be sociable as to
ilk. Has the thought ever
mu that you would be a
lay 7"
pected to fall into the
ordained that you were
herolne that way. Your
te a sensation. The three
lll send reporters to in-
They will pubtsh your
wlll describe the color of
eyes, praise your small
tell how cool and calm
adng the robber. You
me of the most beautiful
npudent," said the girl,
er bead.
re me. If you are not
will have a score of op-
become so. You will re-
rom all over the state.
ou will be pointed out
and the reporters will
ne and write articles on
nd sleep, your old shoes,
dislikes, whether pickles

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not let mr e t v'j, n:o- lie o! ler
than 1, a good dcotl." went on the vo.ce.
"He-be cares for ime very d ,artly.
though. He wants to take me abroad,
to let me study"-
A sudden blind resentment surged
through Helena.
"But-but Robert," she urged vehe-
mently. "He cares for you, too; you
know he does. IHe has not so much to
offer"-an unreasoning loyalty to the
absent soldier sweeping her along. "He
-he"--stammering as she remembered.
A warm little arm crept about her
"But you will help me," begged the
voice. "You-you will tell him"-
"Tell him what?" uttered IIelena
sharply. There was fear, almost ter-
ror In the cry.
Suzette sat upright.
"That-that I am married." said Su-
zette distinctly. "Frederick would not
take the risk of losing me. And-and
so we were married in Denver. IHe
brought me here. Ile is coming back
In an hour. You-you are not angryt"?
"Married!" gasped Helena. For a
moment she remained quite still, seek-
Ing to absorb, to realize, the wonderful
fact. "You--married!"
"Yes," said Suzette meekly.
"Aud-and you are happy?" her first
thought, as ever, for Suzette.
"Yes," said Suzette, a sparkle of
laughter breaking forth.
'AjAd-aiud Robert?"

three, the two had been c:i t:e;: ot
rather, there had been an understan.
ing between them. Then tuzetxtc hli
gone to college and Robert had folLon
ed his regiment to the Prlibpi5ep .
Had the trouble beini. then. wor
dered Helena dully, when a tri.u.guk
chain of correspond ence' liuni'l r
three? Or was it not utlil ant'.
had come to Helena first to talk abol,
the absent Suzette. then to ;:'':" ani
tease about her own concern ';t iul. las
ly, to discuss that never tiring tOl:>c I.
conversation to a m i'n--insef'! 11i
ena could not tell, but lightly. untlii;n
Ingly, they had drifted alo'.ang unit:1 a
unwittingly a sudden shoi k :!id liar
the truth to lover and sister that a ne
feeling, stronger, deeper, lhal taken 1L
place of that childish affect l!o.
Sanford, manlike, hadl wanted to an
mit the truth and face tho cn-.
quences. but Helena, her he.irt a fi r
turmoil of conflicting eniotin:'s. woi!
not listen. She who, tilthouti o;ily
year and a half the elder, hal been a
ways mother, nurse, everyihiig to th,
cherished little sister-she to 1be the on,
to destroy that sister's lr'ipin)es-
break forever her faith in humankind
"Impossible!" cried Helena, her grand
eyes dark with anguish, and from thi
determination she could not be shaker
despite Robert's most Impasslonet
"I cannot hurt Sif itto." w.is he!
unswerving answer. anul l:i A- .1- J -u



This is the latest atndl iost complete
Hand .-low for working palrnt. in the ga~rden. It
sseln-alju..Istal ,; the weight the block to
which the blade is attached keeps it in the
ground, and the depth of plowing is regulated
by lifting the handles A boy or girl of ten
years can handle it with perfect ease. It has a
24-inch steel wheel, the height of which makes
the plow light of draft. It has five blades; I is
a turting mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweeper weeding
Ilade, 4 a bull-tongue, 5 a rake. Wrench
with each plow.
We have made arrangements by
which we can furnish this plow at
the aetory price, $3.75, with


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Since the thipg un:st 1-. r v- lIt- t t I
inet at once. Let liipemI ." i!nH ri.-l In
once and return to the P'I. t!iTn,. I'
was the only remedy either .ouid see.
And so It was that Helena Cros":
could see nothing fair or lovely in th
clear, warm sunshine, the rustll bird filled trees. Wb"n would Su'ett,
come? And what would be the end
This was all her tired brain could,
There was a crisp footfall in the
street, a sharp tinkle of the boil, then
the sound of Suzette's voice in a losw
Interchange of words; a retreatin!R
heavier footstep. The next moment
the girl had sprung into the room
Her arms closed about Helena.
"Why, you darling!" she cried.
"Why, Ielena. dear," as her quick eye
noted the signs of suffering in the
elder's face. Helena tried to smile.
"It is nothing, sweetheart," she an
swered. "Only a touch of headache,"
falling back on woman's never failing
excuse. "Oh, Suzette! How glad I an)
to see you!"
Suzette laughed, hugging her close.
The girl's cheeks were flushed to ;
vivid pink; her blue eyes. her plquatn
little mouth, her wavy soft brown h1t1
all seemed alive, a-quiver with you'll,
and joyousness. A breath ft'ion t't
brilliant, blossomy outer woritl sl '.- il
to have strayed In with her. A sob
rose In Helen's throat. How so:on-- n:
how soon would Looetrt for. 1':
Suzette. tossing off hat ant d mlov
turned suddenly and. cat.hin -...
girl's hands. pulled Iher down Nio
Lig chliiir. so often tHie .'h'l-' for tht i
bofh. I [er eyes weree scviots ',iiV.
"Tell me what It atli Uei:;'.," -Ib
deima tiled practically. "W'ly ;i '!y
ert lun Fchl a hn'rry nil at i~'
seemni to have exis-teI d witho- ; th
:'to fairly well," with ann an+ ns('-l h*i.'
laugh. 'Wbhy. then, this su5d eii tauger

"iH-is promotion -hi retr'i to th:
I'lilllpplnes.'" starnnt rd I!'-lejii. I
was going to be even hard"'r Ith'-i sl
had fancied. If to give up iho','rt t-
an Invisible. Intangtl e little ; ist ,r ht'i
been difficult enou ::Ih, the ;-':,:o;n w;
of him to this radiant, spl'ididl yoen:
creature- "Ile-he think best." s:s
faltered. "IHe"-
"He thinks I will go with, him to tht
Philippines," put In Sun.t' % k''nle
"I!" There was Incredulou.s protest in!
every line of the pretty fafe.
Helena flushed.
"Why. surely. ear. ns his W irfe"-
she began, but Sunette interr-!' id.
"Not I!" she declare! I *risively
"No heathen lands for wie: It's ab-
"Absurd," echoed Hel!ena. "But Su-
zette, dear-if you love him. Surely
you love him?" she insisted strenu-
ously. Suzette's chin tilted resent
"Do I?" she said. "Not enough f(
that, anyway. Ai'ter ;ill. I haven't see.
Robert in ages, and we were onl:
babies when-when we were so fool
Ish," her own wild rose tint deepen
Ing. "He is unreasonable. How do I
know whether I love him?"
"But you do!" broke In HIelena pas
slonately. "Of course you do; you al
ways have loved him. dearest. And he
loves you," bravely.
"UmI! Does he?" was the dubious
response. "Well-perhaps. But 1-lis-
ten, Helena," her voice sharpening
suddenly. "You-you remember Mr.
Williams? I've written about him."
"Yes," answered Helena, surprised.
The little face was hidden now on
her shoulder.
"Well-well"-camne at muled sound-
"he has always kijnown i"- .* : :1 'e'
ment to ICobe:rt-so wl.e.I 1 tIni himu
th a.i . . .._ .... 1, -.- 1- --.. 1 ... ..1_1

"Rtobert I leave to you," said Su
zette. "You must explain"-
But Helena, comprehending at last.
sprang toward the telephone. As she
watched the girl's face cliau'.,.-,. a new
and wholly sweet expression crept
across the mobile features, revealing
unsuspected depths.
"And did you two think that I could
not understand?" she breathed, a ten-
der renunciation shadowing the blue
eyes. "Did you think I could 11o01
guess th, truth? OhI. s:st.r, n"y dear
*-,t st:i.-+.r Tl 1' i)')ert -to you."*

TIi -' ., ;, s ; 1 of a o nt
fIme! 1 .u It IuIin a 1 ezislaIure
The ows-ion wai,' about to expire. 11:
uceordan(e with the u.;u,.l custonl, ith
hair was occupied b)y a rapid worker.
wh)o wts dear' to objee-t.otws :;n ln.,
to ob.*ectors. Hi- n-si m Wa-. Al;-xadne
Mc(Iu e. Umiler his able tin;inagu.'inen.
the bills were gon*; through at. :
ligbtning. express rate when on mneas
ure was reached that way p:n ticul.,rl.
obnoxious to a noisy miiiorily. Utter
ly oblivious to the demonstratoun, Mr.
McClure declared that the bill hadt
passed. Over in one corner of the leg
Islative chainber" one member was espe
cially vociferous. He would not bN
quieted, and Mr. McClure was finally
compelled to notice hit for the sake
of peace.
"For what purpose does the gentle
man rise?' asked the chair.
"I want to offer an amendment to
the bill," was the reply.
"Too late," said Mr. McClure, with.
out a smile. "Offer it to the next bill.
The clerk will read."

In dome tic lighting for nearly the
first ha'f of t'-e last century candles
held undist.uted sway. The bell is
rung, and Mary br:ng,- in candles, a
'air of imolds In tall brassy can ulesticks
nightlyty piosie', with snuffters on a
ray-a .harp leaked snuffers of steel.
,vrih ian-s that opened and shut with a

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.v- ti f.i;\'-:" i:,-.;r nc?!e'i tnt \\ -.".:-s,".1 tho
p ;i : *.t J<";'u :tloni. but there wit also
t l:'.np, a statploy "eri'e. of 1. -,.: 'i-t
'ownr'-r o'.er tht family circle at ti mes
atd y;jhe a geaereous and ; .li.al light
vhi.1so 1i-0 I- !A. But w-hat n a .onoin
t w: t: wi::u}; nd to .' .;'. nI it
vuil; l. n le t ** I 'I.* t-

I .7 * .! per ga i-
Ht.- I. .:i 'i.i l 1 n '. .b.' :

-vould .1.. a .,',* ii u-t ii '! li: 1 I h : t1I .W -
S '..i of it. [le lived u'l dliw-l
:'mong blmn 'les vndl pi'" If b.' 1b n'. Cov-
''ed "vitlh .ul t anl scobl'. I -. 'Tti. SI.pe--
tator Ient'i notI s two '( l'vl'tl.". whi1jie
-ovetousne'ss ilncreas:e v. ith tlieir col-
Mr. hlHbeir, the brother of the bishop,
bought all that canine' i:i his way, by
cartloads and shiplo:dis and in whole
libraries, on which in some cases he
never cast tis eyes.
Of a similar disposition was the fa-
mous Antonio Magliabeccll, who Is
said to have lived on titles and indexes
and whose very pillow was a folio.
The old bibliomaniac lived in a kind of
cave made of piles and masses of
books, with hardly any room for his
cooking or for the wooden cradle linel
with pamphlets which he slni' be-
tween his shelves for a bed. He died
Il 1714, in his eighty-second year, dir-
ty, ragged and as happy as a king.-
London Standard.
Gave the Bride Away.
Stella- Who gave the bride awny-
her father? Bella-No, her little
brother. During the ceremony he told
everything he knew about her.

Let us watch our beginnings and re-
sults will manage themselves.-Clark.
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