Title: St. Andrews buoy
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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: August 9, 1906
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Volume ID: VID00095
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U. S. Senator-1st district, S. R. Mal- ATSTl ANDREW, FLA.
lory, Pensacola; 2d District, J. P. One Dollar a Year in Advance.
Taliafero. Jacksonville.
Representatives-lst District S. M. Entered Sept 3, 19.'*, at St. Andrew,
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d District., Fla., as second class matter, under
Frank Clark, Lake City; 3d District, Act of Congr ss of March 3. H79.
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
Laud Otfie,-Register, 'A'. G. Robin-
son; Receiver, H. S. Chubb, Gaines- WILLIAM A. EMMO S,
State-Governor, N. B. Broward; Sec- P 11 0 P R ] E T 0 R .
retary, H. C. Crawford: Treasurer,
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, W. Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
H. Ellis; Comptroller, A. J. Croom; mo r. Position and extraordinary
Superintendent of Public lustruc- condition rates subject to special
tion, W. M. Holloway; Commission- agreement.
er of Agriculture, B. E. McLin. aeemnt.
Estate Senator, S. W. Clark, Blounts- "Local Drift," 5c per line, first Inser-
town. tion; 2.o each subsequent. Di-play
Washington County-Representative, locals double above rates.
W. A. Bryan, Chipley: County Judge,
I. .i. Clerk of Court, County i th .I, .Prr, p
.. eIDeedl Wj C, N. Cpaarajph *:d with a

i1_e bety? C. H. Dantord; Tax
| i lector, Jno. R. Thompson, St.
R-,7 ndrew; Treasurer, Louis H. Howell
Vernon; Tax Assessor, J. W. Bowen,
Duncan; County Superintendent, B
YF. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Collins, Vernon; County Commis-
siloners, B. F. Swindle, Vernon; A.
L. Harrill, Chipley; J. M. Porter
Ecoufina, J. H. Wesley, Point Wash
ington; Elton Singleton, Nixon.
St. Aundrews-Justlce of the Peace,
John Sturrock: Notaries, W. A. Em-
mons, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk,
Circuit Court, W. A. Emmons;
School Directors, G. W. Surber, Sr.,
P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis-
tress, Zadle H. Ware.
MiUlville-Postmaster, Henry Bovis;
Constable, J. H. Daffin,
la rker-Postmaster and Notary PubliU
W. H. Parker.
Callaway-Postmaster, MN.N. Carlisle.
Baunders-PosLmaster, R. Peters.
Allanton-Postmaster, Andrew Allan.
Anler.on-Postmaster, S. W. Ander-
West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
Gay-Postmistress, Mrs. I. Gay.
ronml.kins- Postmaster, Emery Tomp-
Bay1 head-Postmaster, 0. C. TompKins.
.'ook-Posluiaster, J. J. Fowler.
\\'i-in pi-l'.so- uiitress, Mrs. Dyer.
Mu rfee-Postmaster, James M. Murfee.

Cailhoun County Cromanton-Postmas-
tero Nora Hoskins.
I'aruilalae-Postmaster, W. F. Wood-
The northern mails, via, Anderson,
(Gay, Bay IHead and Chipley departs
every day except Sunday at 3:00
o'clock a. tu., arrives every day ex-
Orlit Sunday at 7:15 p.'m.
m.ast Btiy ail for Harrison, 'Millville,
Crownmlou, i'arker, lPittsblirg, Cook,
l'arailiale and Wetappo leaves St.
Andre-ws every murniug Iexcpt Sun-
day i.at 5:30 o',--lock, arrives, coming
west at 7 (Iclock p. m.
l',aiptist-Cithurch \Wyomliug ave. front-
ing Park St. Services at II. a. m. and
:jti p, TO. Sunday School every Suit
lay at 10 a. m. Rev. C. L. Joyner,
Hl-tnodist Episcopal-Church Wasa-
lugton ave. and Chestnut st Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday.
tt'v. J. MN. Conway, pastor.
.resl v terini--Church corner Lorain*
Ave. and Drake St, Rev. 0. C. Dol-
phy, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. every Sunday, John Stur-
vock, Supt.
Catholi'c-Church corner Wyoming
A ve. and Foster St.

Parker Lodge No. 142

Regular (Jomtnunli-
catolus on the first
and third Saturtday
in each month.
/ x" Visitiig Brothers
W. A. EmuoNs. Secretary


Dei'uty Circuit Court Clerk and Notary
Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction to adiiiiuister oaths, take
affidavits, legalize acknowledg-
ments, etc., anywhere In Florida.
Special attention given to land con-
reyances and narri ge ceremony per-
formed for lawfully qualitihd parties.
Office iat the Buoy Utlice, St. Audrews


Attorney at L!aw, Vernon, Fla.

i f

.o ter of ..Lorai.na C-
nui and Ciuc'inaiU t All Notarial
vw.ek olieitd .aud givuLn proulptl uat-
Notary Pubie for the State of Florida
at Large. Attends to all matters
pertaining to Notarial work. Office
at J. 1. Thommson's store, Bay front,
and WVashiugton ave., St. Andrew,
t.lysici an d Druggist, Commerce St.,
east o(t tiayvie'v, offers his profes-
sional services to the citizens of St.
Andrews and vicinity. Residence on
Buuna Visia avenue.
Honmoeopathic Physician and Accotu-
chluvr. Police Pioneer Drug Store,
ta-ury Putlic for the State of Flor-
ld1. at Large. Office at Parker, Fla.
Cutouveyanciug and payment of taxs
for non-residents, specialties.

The Modern Way.
"My dear, you must really take Fred-
dy in hand about the way he uses
slang. Today he asked me what en-
tomology was, and I told him the sci-
ence of bugs.",
"Then he asked me if an entomologist
was a crazy man."-Baltimore Ameri-

~ -I1 I I I ~r I~h -

subscription has expired acd that-twoo
or three extra numbers will be sent.
you that no break may occur should
you choose to rerjew.


Election, Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1906.
For Membinr of Cn_,nres, 3d Distlrict.
IV. B. LAMA\li. of Jeffrs-in.
Fur Justi!ce- of the SuIliremc Court,
of Escambia.
For State Representative.
For Tax Assessor,.
For Tax Collector,
For Treasurer,
For County Commissioner,
First Dist-J. A. McDONALD.
2d Dist-A. L. HARRELL.
3d lUist,-S. L. DAVIS.
4th Dist,-P. N. HUTCHISON.
5th Dist.-W. SINGLETARY.
For Membe cho oa.rd, '
First D .:, NELSON,.;.
?d Dist. G d
3d Dist.-S. J. G R.

Mr. Iiy4.p is out with a manifesto
that National Congretsional Commit-

vestigate the plundering system that leinemberhim as one w
the republican patty stands for, courage and integrity, tc
therefore they say keep out of politics. blenide the greatest capi
To thie mind somewhat idull of
ccinlirohension there is an element of Mr. Bryan is relf:,.)ti.l,
iiicoinsitency in Mr, Bryan's antago. that lie conhil sit and list<
niimn to National Committeenian Sul- bates in thie lon1e of (.'0o:
livan because of his want of democra- er. Bryan esi ana listen
cy, when it is recalle.l that in his ever? liH must have bi

gleat Aspech bolfore the Chicago con-
veatiun lie boated diatlat a pievioas

presidential election lie voted for Jas.
1B. Weaver for president in opposition
to the democraticc nomiiue, and was
proud of the lac. 1'he Buoy does
0not know a t, the tr..l if Mr. N

thllilghl fraud, but it is willing to
tiaILt to thu deluuorats of Illinoib to
cUrrect the iraud if it exists.

Biooklvn Daily Eagle.
Pileinter Stolylpindeclares that theo
czar'b pLltei ia that of strong Iland-
el 'efurium." eo are sure about the
strong hand, bunt less o about the
They are now trying to get back
$25,000 of the million stolen f.eom
this government by Gaynor and
Greene. Really, this looks like per-
King Edward has talked with Mr.
Bryan at Buckingham Palace, and
will be so conceited about it for the
next couple of years that there will
be no living with him.
A man died in Memphis on Tues-
day and on Wednesday two alleged
widows were quarreling over his jew-
els. The jewel known as consistency
was evidently not a part of his outfit,
and the widows would not have worn

teiuan 8ulivan ot lllinuts must be it at his funeral, any way.

"fiied" because he obtained the puo-
sitio,u through fraud. Mr. Sullivan

Dou'z offer any tainted money to
help Mr. Bryaun along with brass

refuses to stop down and out because, bands and ice cream when he arrives,

lie says; he was elected by a vote of
49 to 5. and it is gooul old democrat-
ie doctrine that tho namLjity shall

'President T. J. L. Browu of the
state lair which will be held at Tam-
pa November 14 to 29, has'for sev-
eral weeks been busy revising and
arranging the premium lists on prod-
ucts of every kind. He has received

for he will not listen to tife'baiids or
eat the ice ream. Accordians and
corned beef are good enough tor a
Jeffersonian simplicitariat, .
A negro woman in Nashville "se-en
her duty to the republican platform
and done it" by premeiting six small
citizens to her husband at a birth.
The Rooseveltian theories have been
preached with exemplary strenuous-
ness in Tennessee, but the local de-

suggestions from producers living in mocracy ,views this last outbreak

every section of Florida, and many of
their suggestions are being adopted
Every producer in Florida who has a
suggestion to make regarding the
premium lists is urged to do so at

with alarm.
Provided you live in Elwood, Ind.,
you can attend church for the rest of
the summer without cost. Which is
a way of admitting that in Elwood,

lnce. Th,,e who desire the lists when Iid., people haven't been going to
printed should adidrehs the above church, at least, not so that you

named genlenmani, The judges in the
various delpartmuents ol exhibition, to
avoid cotuSuion anld dissatisfaction at
the end, will be selected beforehand
by the various counties, and their
names will be published on the pre-

would notice it,
The trusts are committed to the
republican party, because no other is
committed to the trusts. Hence the
following problem: Guess within two
dollars how much the beet trust is

tuium lists before they are sent ont. going to contribute to the republican

"Young men, keep out oft politics' "
sa3 s Senator Platt. That advice
would be all right it Senator Platt
had said keep out of republican ma-
chine politics, which are rotten to the
core. Every citizen of a republic
should take enough interest. in poli-
tics to investigate the policies of par-
ties and vote-always v')te-accord-
ing to the result o I slis investigations.
Yunig minn es.ecialiy hliuild take aI

campaign fund next time, if there is
one-a fund, we mean.

Times-Union: Mr. Bryan has -no
right to attOmpt to reorganize the
national democratic executive com-
mittee. Mr. Sullivan cannot be lpre-
samed to hold his seat by fraud until
the proper authorities say so, and at
present, hoi'ever distinguished he
may be and however influential, Mr.
Bryan is only a private citizen.

- 7mF "-li-ai da-1al. oLC' b ,

young nien today that thle givoem has done a kindly ani tacttful thing

meant of the republic will rest tomor-
row. Some young mau of today will

in setting free the Americans arrested
in the Isle ot Pines charged with

be, in a few years. president of this violating local regulations in operat-

great country, or lie will be senator
or congressman, or governor of his
state. What would happen if the
young men of the country "keep out
of politics?" Young mon should in-
vestigate how the so-called republi-
eat policy of protection that Platt
and the other republican leaders

ing a private telegraph ling.-Troy

Troy (N. Y.) Pocord.
Now that Russell Sage has passed
serenely to the hereafter, the world
may be inclined to at cord his memory

stand for, taxes them for the benefit considerate treatment. Because of his
of protected interests. Young men 'thirty habits, this man, who was such
should know why the cost of living is a power in the world of finance, was

so great-48 per cent. higher than
when the present tariff law was en-

frequently alluded to in the most flip-
pant manner. But Sage could re-

acted-and their salaries have not in- spond generously to appeals tor the

creased in like proportion. Young
men should inquire why they are
compelled to continue in the employ-
ment of others all their lives instead
of as formerly looking, ahead to be
thoir own masters. It is not to the
ir.terest of Senator Platt or the re-
publican leaders that young men in-

promotion of good work. In Troy his
generosity was manifested in the
beautiful Sage Memorial. He and
Mrs. Sage were deeply interested in
the progress'of the Troy Orphans'
As lum. Mr. Sage's successful ca-
reer always interested his former
fellow townsmen. His friends will

ed.-Albany journal (Ro

According to an Atla
minister, it co tai,$1 to is

Philadelpha and Chicag,
2) cents iin Atlanta. In
tii.es salvation was fre .


NO. 21.

his place
ists of the

have b.tid
to the de-

,ons forev'-
Aild fur-
I .

. Baptist
. a soul in
aund only
Good o'd
4i"vo with



Until Some Six or Seven eneratiio,
Ago the Welsh People IEIl Nio StS.
names at All. and Thely jKnew Eno
Other by One Namne Only 1
Take any easunl list of Welshmen
and tick off Joues, Williaal, i vL n-
Evans, Thomas, Grlflith,1 Muorga.
Llewellyn, Huglit.-A, R:iberts.Lewls ann
Richards, and in. some pa ts of the
country especially you will rmctleinily'
have exhausted the roll. I[na .coluii
of names now 1'efure tlh writer. dtawivi
from all parts of the principrillty, there
are 600 names, aud~81 of them ire
Evanses, 45 Willianises, 74? Davises
and no fewer than u0 of them are
Joneses. I
It is commonly suppos ~l'i theb
predominant Welsh nmia 'Spr,-.'esL'unt
the effects of inbreedlingg, 1) to s'pe,:,k
In clans that are very na,.i.i-ut. TIL
Welsh are an old nation a- d frolu
their ge .;-rapiihic:l plusitiun t.oy have-
been very much isolated, and, he'ie, it
Is supposed, this teu-luic-y of certain
names in the course of l(?m"i cen-
turies to multillly to the exc usiou of

almost all others. This, h,)wv
regards the whole country, Is
roneous. Until .-0 i;'.. ix or .-'
rations ago the 7.-1' ; lll

:'V''r, as
111,t- er-
- i gon-
li) sur-.

names at all. As 1c ,- ure \v' .". most
primitive poopI.s, thc-y kpe.v' e tvih othI'r
by one name only, and it -as -t until
Intercourse beti n Weu .j.- hi u and1
Englishmen became grw-aaly %i )ped
in the sixteenth anmd the .'r ri't o:
the seventeenth -en;rtu;'y .--
lish use of a second name I.,e to 1,e
adopted by the more imi.ourtahit "V'-!;h
families. ,
There seems to be hardly a'-turin.arfe
in Wales traceable back bel 'od the
sixteenth century, but before'the' mili-
dle of the seventeenth all jnurchants,
professional people and t1 i'iihe"r
classes generally had adopted the pa.
tronymic. Where there are 1If a doz-
en David Joneses in the salde village
it is absolutely necessary to Ind some
appellations that will be dlst-lptive be-
tween them, and it is cormu111Y done
In the ancient fashion. On. will be
David Jones wyn-white DaMid Jones,
that la-another will be David Jones
llwyd, or David Jones the gray man, or
David Jones Sais, signifying the man
who speaks English. F
There are five distinct way% in which
Welsh names have been arrived at.
One class comprises names urely per-
sonal and native, such as Grillith or
Rhys (Rees), or else 1impted from
England, such as Thomas;or James.
Such are strictly individu% I designa-
tions, and from them surm mCs seem
to have been evolved by a -ustom fa-
miliar to readers of the Olt restsament.
Thus, Hugh ap David in e first in-
stance means merely HuIgl the son of
David, who may be David, p Thomas
-Hugh the son of David the son of
Thomas. The convention tl dropping
of the "ap" makes the indli dual Ihigh
David, which looks like a (pristian and
surnalnme, thoi,,h they ard really two
Christian names of two gel erations. A
second way in which ev ntually the
surname has been arrived at has been
by absorbing the "ap" or Wb" Into the
second name. Thus, Thormas ap Rich-
ard becomes Thomas Ptchard and
Hugh ab Evan resolve into Hugh
Bevan. A third way is o already In-
dicated, in which some pa~ al charac-
WTr *in or

stout, at first au ludivldsI
as it were, is handed dow
to son and finally become
But it has been said tha,
or four-fifths of modern
have been reached by the
a custom from England at
the Welsh craze for the
.surname put invention 0o
and led to somethliug lil
system of prodnetion. En
been accustomed to take
name the possesive nas
ternal name. Thus Thouiu
Hob or Hick, became Theo
Hick's, and these finally b
Hobs and Hicks.
Now, the Welsh have
case. Possession, ownler-hi
ed by the relative position
that they could not ilve
English possessive termitm
names, and this stage was
ly omitted, and when, in t
century, everybody of
was feeling about for the
surname, they adopted 1
practice of appendihg tbh
"s" without the apostrophe
did not understand. Thus
David, who had already bet
as David--whlih, by the pi
words really meant DDavid'
as, ex.i t ly the -,: ..- .-

rom father
| the family

h ree-fourthq
,elsh names-
adoption of
tlwe whln
f:t, hitinub Ie
the stretch

l.liinw.i had
s their sur.
of the pa.
the son of
ias Hob's or
aiLe simply

o genitive
k indicat-
f wordtl, so
6a-1t 1 tl tir
t01, t,. tht-lr
s stcunth
Ignity of a
.e English
which they
o'hni:i-s ap
ie Thom-
tiou of the
-in Thorm-

David-took the English "s" ana De.-
came Thomas Davids, from which
finally emerged the name of Davies or
David the pious Welsh of course got
from the Bile, nnd It was a very fa-
vorite innie with them; hence the great
army of Welksh D:vlscq. But n still
iioe i, pll.ab!r name Was the New Tes-
tanoint J-ilni, which, however, poor
Taffy. inot having any "J" In his alpha-
.,-t, could not spell or proniounce as
we do. He had to 1-'tl, "sh" for our "J."
and John with hin b.ecvime '"Shonc,"
to which. whi'-n hb wa:utred to bi'tome
iloh1ilginhplo ntid make n r-o 'iuolmen of
it, he. nadlled the letter "*s" like lil1.D Eng-
li'hi righh.lir, nld the great tribe of
Tonoses was thus l-orn in a single gen-
eration. Thy-v narr not, therefore, the
,ineient race th',vy are som.ithnitii.4 tnken
for, " ,r-. hai: 1',i.I of f'et .o -n.

-il Johni ehs, who irs alred their
Lrntillty nb.lut three centuries ago nnd
have beeni multiplying ever iunce.-Lon-
d oil Glolbe.



The Taylor-lredell Crowd Originat-
ed a Seshee That DatlSeil the Seer.(l
Service Men For Years-They evena
Made Counterfeits In Jail.
The men who make Uncle Sam's
treasury notes sometimes achieve won-
ders in the way of finished workman-
ship. Yet any experienced secret serv-
ice man will tell you that the counter-
feiters' device is a surprisingly simple
one in most instances and in what is
perhaps the most famous of all cases of
ti-i kind-the Taylor-Bredell case in
I'hilail..'lphii'i in 1896-97-an apt illustra-
tion is found of this fact. That case
was run down by Chief John E. Wilkie
of the secret service and his men until
the t-wo arch conspirators were safely
in jail, and still the counterfeiting con-
tinued. The crowning feature of the
whole story came when it appeared
that Taylor and Broedell actually coun-
terfeited twenty dollar bills in the Phil-
:adelphi:1 jail and sent them by Taylor's
brother as a confederate to be worked
off on the outside. That they could do
this is one thing which secret service
men will point to when they say that
counterfeiting is really an amazingly.
simple undertaking.
Yet Arthur Taylor and Baldwin S.
Bredell, expert engravers and chemists
of no mean lility, hit upon a device
for dinli-ating t.-e currency of the land
that inari.' 1 a neIw *.p',-'h in the history
of Ctoit'P.T'fel:iu".1 in t'l4 c -.artv. In
the ii-. Ill 1 i..t. is~ tt trhe 1'iilal-elphia
-1 ',-..-- -
a [, rt '-'-" nlia i lr -I'.1 ,l i.-tr b l I c, c v i. h
The redi sal oni the tia appeared to be
altr'gt-'iier loo light in color. Ot.ii wI ;e
the bill was to all intents and piirl',i"--
perfect. But it wouldn't go through
with the light red seal, and it was sent
to Washington for examination. There
the government experts took it, sub-
mitted it face and reverse to every
known test without being able to de-
tect through any of the recognized
symptoms the counterfeit, and final-
ly, as the last resort, split it, to find to
their great astonishment that the "Mon-
roe" $100 was as a matter of fact the
halves of two one dollar bills which
had been split, as one splits a bit of
birch bark, and pasted together again.
Many times before had split bills
been discovered by the department,
but almost invariably the workman-
ship on the face and back had borne
some defect that gave away the coun-
terfeit immediately. In this bill, how-
ever, no such defects were traceable.
The myriad lines which the geometric
lathe had apparently put in the border
about the figures and the printing were
so near like the lines which bona fide
lathes had put In the borders of hon-
est cur'e"y tUhat no clew wans oo.':'r.-d,',
evy.i oi a s_'cond and-.qiird inspection,
to the nau' of the. nw.v counterfeit.
The la'tr: tfi-mtolx'es and tho general
ri:'thv, wr'k: on thI bill nraWj1ured up
with ",' -4.tor.s and fi-ure on the
,*rl iin.'ii to thd last fraction of a railli-
'riot r T10 '1o -" lt' w i' la. oI -lot re-
Ir,,' I U1 '.' U.L '. Ii I d'l hi il "
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I, ; ',I t. I l i
t ... a1 t
. lt i I : 1 t. .; "ll '. t ; ..V
.- it.ll ]," ," i t ': '. i' ; : .t : tili' c <;n -
iI!',', :1ili ll'lw 1 ,,'\ ll llinl l i, 1, ?o1n
'l.-' c't a -I-' ., i- iil t tie s ',tl'eiisnl-
I :'*" tijar': hI '.:t IL.- o,.iianitry v'riousi

1] t-l -f'4T [n|ir [. I l N 1 ril1-
t;r'-,.'d upI, w.'.I t, ,- lih. t ircd al hi their
..,nr. '.-'-..t.il f tha n-i wv-re traced
to a well known race track, and finally
t man named Taylor, who generally
;nade and paid'his debts by hundreds,
came sunder suspicion. Yet the princi-
pals in the case could not be penned
down, and it was evident that this
i'.a:l.:r who passed the money was sim-
ply a subordinate in the gigantic swin-
11le. So the government: men bided
their time.
But they took Arthur Taylor, a broth-
er of the race track spender, and his
associate, Baldwin S. Bredell, under
surveillance. Months passed. The
newspapers which had taken up the
case at first dropped it, and so far as
any one knew the mystery of the
"Monroe" $100 was in a fair way to
go down In history unsolved. Chief
Wilkie's men, however, never for a
minute lost sight of Arthur Taylor and
Baldwin Bredell, and finally they fol-
lowed them on a trip to Lancaster, Pa.,
where they had a conference with the
firm of Jacobs & Kendig, cigar manu-
facturers. As a result the revenue
stamps that went on the Jacobs. &
Kendig cigar boxes were rather care-
fully e.x:taiiinel by the secret service
men, and the arrest of everybody con-
cerned, including Taylor, Bredell, the
ci4ar manufacturers, ex-Assistant Dis-
trict A attorney 7 ,'.'., of h'il'-, 'i!'1,:

a'hand 1 .:-.-s, so small that Taylor was
able to carry it around In his pocket,
the jail made twenty dollar counter-
Taylor and Bredell confessed after-
ward that their intention in getting up
this new series of bills was in the be-
ginning merely to get up a plate which
they might turn over to the secret
service men in consideration for a com-
mutation of sentence, but when the bill
itself turned out so well the temptation
to "spend" a few of them became too
great to resist, and the brother took up
the old trick of passing them off at the
race tracks. Taylor and Bredell went
to prison. So did Ingam and Newitt.-
New York Times.
Lunar Athletles.
The "man in the moon" taust surely
regard with amused contempt our
r-nch vaunted athletic records. A good
terrestrial athlete could cover about
120 feet on the moon in a running
broad jump, while leaping over the
barn would be a very commonplace
feat. Ho would find no difficulty in
carrying six times as much and run-
ning six times as fast as he could on
earth, all because the moon attracts
bodies with but one-sixth of the force
of the earth.


and a Phillielplhl.a law e.r uminite ..L'W-
itt followed.
One thin,' tlit puzzled the gpvern-
inent sleuths I '.-'rt aiftcr tle i ','rtn -
wasi ti'e f:,:t tli;t tii- L'"-"LIit ;'!:"-'t ps
'ippenntd t *, lioivo no vry ext'n -ive
'!Nint. P'nlt'. were fr'unld of the "'Mi -
roe" hnilred dollar bill nnd niso of a
I 'T.iicoln" fifty do.I!hr Il.l. 1 is por''f.'t
thn t thi go'erunia'nt thianke'l ti !r
-t.irs th-at ii'onl of thtie li,'iil oilln pl lt
:Int i hlriil ionai. V-irionzu prepiarati .n-.
.>f nelds w r'oi ,liP,',vor'*,l all-..,. Int nlth-
ine to i.xpl n:' how the r," [m.arkaiv nle-
,.urnte r piroli'.iirtlin ofr th. o''Z .in il
**'lm id li.'havi, ,e.lin br.)'i .ht ail.otit. I'ii'-l-
A. E. l''ranci-4. ian export in plihit, cn-
.'r:';i a.. wI'ho h id worlki-d w;th t l' O 'nv--
*-r ;!irirt i n':i h''fiti W iLs 'e.A'1 *l i to
"'o '"a. a nnil a a r.,-nit of Iris inve r.tipn a thtior." wns t'or-:.inhlti-l that
,i.I..l r'rt',tir thr i.-hnnl t the trial anud
I. I .-.(l i i itheo ,ma tr i -ti -orf Taylor
,nti Pire'.ilil.
Frane-is ,ilicovereil th-it the eii had
1 p','i '.:'r.ttion whi' h wolill retilove the
rrc'on ink from Ithe reverse of a new
'.ill ThIN pi !,!in'' a! h'ow t:.ey gut the,
' lper on which their (ouneinfte(eits were
1.1lio f)r, hailug wa.-lod out the
*. 0,kc of tw\o I.ll!-. It v -..Ijble to-)
.:, t tlh.i. i n l I r1 't i, tv.o clean
i;i vt' 4 't 'thi'l r '0 a-4 to (-'n'liie iny or-
,hin.,':. th .iiiim t ut det'e tion. 'Ihe coun-
S in, i :, \*'-ire tli'h i Suilill-d with the
V.,,'".w,',-it': own paper on which to
vw'ork. and the presence of the red and
lue and green hairs in the woof of it,
incuadd to act as a safeguard against
t. ,'-y thin! they were doing, be-
came tih'ir "rentest protection.
Th, ;'; lnh!ng was making the plate,
and vI .- this that had puzzled the
secret service men worst. Francis fig-
ured out, however, that itf an ordinary
copper pl.,te were sensitized by the
common photographic process It was
the simplest thing in the world to ap-
ply to it one-half of a split bill, wilh.
the engraving down toward the platee'
When this had been exposed to thi,
sunlight for a sufficient time t Lnt por-
tion of the plate which did not fall
beneath the lines of the engraving be-
came hardened, while the ink on the
bill left a myriad of lines exactly fQl-
lowing those which the government
geometric lathe had made in the gen-
uine certificate. It remained now only
for the counterfeiter to put the plate
in a bath and allow the acid to eat its
way into the copper surface in an
exact reproduction of the original neg-
ative. When this was done It was the
easiest thing in the world for au expert
engraver to touch up the plate wher-
Over that might be necessary, and, with
a supply of the necessary Inks, every-
thing was ready for the printing.
or.v a G .rfiB 'e-ll were' convicted,
b:rut i-utee ibu.y c-ould bo sL1iiped of" to
;it, l prison they were held in thi,
Philadelphia jail with a view to get-
ting them to testify against lagam
and Newitt, who had acted as their le-
gal advIsers. It was represented to
them also that if they disclosed the
whereabouts of any more plates recom-
mendations of a commutation of sen-
tence might be made by the secret
service officials, who would thus be re-
lieved of the worry of running down
additional counterfeits. In this shape
the matter stood for several weeks un-
til out at the race track where the orig-
inal "Monroe" hundred dollar bill had
appeared there turned tip a new coun-
terfeit twenty dollar bill that fell short
only in the shade of .the ink used In
printing it. This, like the "Monroe"
hundred dollar bill, was traced to Ar-
thur Taylor's brother, and when he
was arrested--for it had been thought
wise not to take him in on the original
roundup-Taylor and Bredell confessed
that they had actually been counter-
feiting the twenty dollar bill while
they were in the detention section of
the Philadelphia jail waiting to appear
as witnesses against Ingam and New-
The process was much the same as
had been used in the first instance, ex-
cept that Taylor, who had been figur-
in5 all the time to discover a washing
solution that would remove the black
ink from the face of a bill as well as
the green ink from the back of it final-
I.. !;t ui .,i a f ,r; ul-a that would ac-
*.u.,i;- thi.? l,-sir,',d r,..ult. As he
'V,.i t.,.in.li.' I aiI th:-.' detention section,
.t '.':i.s [i' i'-' for hii" brother to visit
'.[ir;. rtl'm ni l.t to uiLht Taylor
ti.-iri l his vi h *ii .*ic.;l formula and
*liat tle syiy bol-l z ;"res.., ting it out
!," Lis ir,..ii,.r en 4l',i of paI er to be
c-om!loui ,Ij..l i(t a l,'lt, :iAst'.s. Test aft-
er i.-it v':a. n.i..h. ift the tInid that the
hrit-ijr :.w.'Ai ; hl.d l .,tck In li;tlc viril
u:thil the final re:'-'.it was r' h.',a'l.
Thln it v,-'.i only unce.-;sary to make a
li,.-ite I!y ithe old l'roc:ess afid print on

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a food because it stands so em-
phatically for perfect nutrition.
And yet in the matter of restor-
ing appetite, of giving new
strength to the tissues, especially
to the nerves, its action is that
of a medicine.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemsta,
409-415 Pearl Street, NewTYor&
Sc. and $a.oo; all druggists.

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A HUM ,.L E :: ;IOiE.
Mother Mnrr- 1 ..'-* .. tle Croan o.4
itti Lt <..."-i il ,,i,,..
i1- %V -11119 0 t .. .. I... I F .,J.J
r-ll ihit .-oli;er.4 vr .,' . .' ; t',
,.azal. .A w'.i i it ,*: I ,,ii ,.i 'iin -
lty w ias ::'l ..I .. i ,n: ti e -. ,'-
erinjr g,,,- .:tl. : .!' ti.a..- i.s li:i, I,. ,';

Mwere r ,. I ..- .a, \ : L. .
a wounl from a c a.",n:,i laill while ;,.s-
sistl .! ,, . .'" ;, ,' ,i:o .... i onl th.
field at '.' 1 I;.' l i Ir- I the shell
frol n in r., "i'. i.u;; ,I' l- ,rostrnf t
Ia o. f,.,::t r -i'--, i.' ithe I ttl etHeid of
M !,'.'iit.. 4.;no-, rie. i mu I.-Pi e lbp'e n lhi
i'. ail. i i. i.t'j i ;- ii in M -. l(o. n.1o if
I 'll 'w.riO .i!' I. l.,.'. -,i it ls ot e-
(c'n. y',a.i 1 *\ lua ;- y' 'ir'relf.
*lilT 1:-7T y.',i wcre taken i in lhels-
b 'r.: -' *,., "v;,*i l -it'ly qaher
w i' ndl.li-. adich < '.i'.-! ortf htrolt.in you
cro-hiw'-8 l O\'w w.',ki aro with one of
the ui t iwr-lic a''tioi.s which history
r,:cor -i. A .r.eut:,l ?I,- 11' l :i. the nm-
bulanee tlwe:i was uin,-r your charge,
YoI ton'k in;i tl'o er.-,a'!-' Ini ynur nrms,'
you smilid tiponi lthe wouitnded wno
looked at you \vi;]i fpelins-. of dl.mny:
you calrrlp.1 It a dista tee of eihty me-
ter.s. Onl I.vyinz it down,- you noticed
That it w)ias -,olne to ,ur-t. You threw
yourself on tihe gri'oaiit; it I)Hiurst. You
were 'eIu covered with blood., but
when1 pe-r'ons coim to your a.:-ltaunce
you rose up smiling, as is your wont.
You were scarcely recovered from your
wound when you returned to the hos-
pital whence I have now summoned
Then the general made her kneel
down and, drawing his sword, touched
her li,-htly with It three times on the
shoulder and pinned the cross of the
Legion of Honor on her hb't. sayin-'
"I put upon you the cross of the
brave In the name of the French people
and army. No one has alnein it by
more deeds of beroiism nor by d life so
completely spent in pelf abnegation for
.the benefit of your brothers and the
service of your country. Soldiers, pre-
sent arms!"
The troops saluted, the drurns nu.1
bugles rang ont, tIhe air was filled with
loud acclamations, and all was jubila-
tion and excitement as ?,fefher T?'~r.ca
arose, her face suffused with blushes,
and asked:
"Chi.'rral, are you done?"
"'Yes," said he.
"Then I will ~o back to the hospital."-
From -"Tle Conmnni,.nshlip of Books,"
by Frederic Rowi;sid Marvin.


There Is no such thlug as a secret.
A reasonable probability tl the only
Mlen who ave vlulated tle law wMi
it is not hard to do.
Romance Is like fire-If you play
with it you are liable to be burned.
There Is too little attention given to
two mighty important words, "Don't
It is a bad plan to seek to make a
good Impression by following every
statement with an apology.
The trouble Is when we do things
for our friends we do things we want
to instead of what they would be please
ed to have us do.
We can't understand why people try
to deceive others, but cannot under
stand why they should try to deceive
themselves, as so many seem to do.--
Atchison Globe.

When Munselans Were Seurawe.
In these days of conservatories and
music schools, when each house has tts
piano or its organ, to say nothing of
devotees to the cornet, violin and ban-
jo, it seems strange to assert that there
ever was a time when musicians were
In demand, yet such was really the
case. "In the fifteenth century," says
Mr. Henry M. Brooks In his "Old-
en Time Music," "musicians were so
scarce In England that they were Im-
pressed by government order, as i!
more recent times souen men had to suf-
fer in like manner. Henry VIII, also0
issued warrants for the impressment
of children with good voices for the
choirs of flie cathedrals, and in Eliza-
beth's time children with the proper
qualification for her majesty's choir
were taken from their parents without
any compensation being given to the
An Eye Opener,
"How does your father seem to
gard my coming here?" anxiously ask-
ed Adolphus of little Bobby, while
.Mi ss Maud was upstairs getting ready
to present herself.
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plied Bobby carelessly.
"So be has no objections, ebt But
what did he say, my little man?'
"He said if Maud had a mind to
make a tool of herself, why let her."-
Pearson's Weekly.

The Result.
"My first husband," she sobbed, "was
a kind, gentle man, always consider-
ate of me, He always let me have my
own way."
"Yes," growled the second, "and look
at the result."
"Result? What result?"
"Why, he's dead!"-Clncl'anati Post.

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uci. 106


The str. P. J. Thistleroo,, with
Capt. Sharitt, an old-time St. An-
drew favorite sea captain in com-
mand arrived from Mobile and Pen-
sacola at noon, Tuesday, well landen
with freight for St. Andrew and oth.
er points on the Bay and to the
The schr, Maxwell, with a cargo of
salt and other merchandise, arrived
from Pensacola at 2 o'clock, p. m.,
The sch:-. Lucy H sailed for Pensa-
cola shortly after noon, Tuesday,
freighted with naval stores from
North Bay camipi, Capt. R. E. Palmer
in command.l
The str. 'arpon arrived from the
South on gool time, Friday niorning,
and from Mobile and Pensacola at
10 o, clock a. to. yesterday.
Fitted in splendid condition to take ex-
cursionst or iis.sitiigtrs to any point on
the Bay or Gulf. Guod cabin protection
in the eeui, of bad weather Terms reas-
onable. Also,
Capacity 10,0;0 fectof Lumber will Ferry
between Farmdale and Allanton, on East
Bay and will deliver freight of every de-
scription, including live stock to any
point on St. Andrews Bay. For particu-.
tris, address W. F. WOODFORD, Farm-
dale, Fla.
Equipped With Two Gasoline Engines,
Leaves St. Andrews tay every Monday
lIaves Pensacola every Thursday
,weather petxnitting). Special attend
tion. wli he given to receiving and
forwarding freight for parties living on.
Eastand North Bay, .'asseniigera for
points on either arm oi f the lBay ctan
depend upon securing prompt trans-
yortation at reasonable rates. I'Pas-
sener aecoin m nations good. Express
and Railroad Freight specialties. For
Murther ilnforniation apply to
OTWAV WABK, Gen. Manager.

Carries the East Bay Mail between St.
Aniseip Bay, Wetappo and internredi-
atepoints. L.evesc St1. Andrews daily
jexceptl Sunday) at 6:00 a. iii.; arrive al
Wetappo at. 1t:30 p. in.;leasu Wetappo
at 1:00 p. ill.: .i ries al t 1. Andiesn at
"7:30 p. in. l AI l.e dl',0 'r-gulailv at
Hartison,, CrIinilLIn o, '.irikcr. l'itts-
lIui, and Ftai indaiie,. Flieiii funlinded ;it
iilly [,i l li') f I hniliarf. F'. pI, izr .r'i l'r and
leighit rates, see ratv id 11 I lite sm-v-
Sl il posi lliriL.
t'. WITHIRIIL.. Manager.

A Week's Veatlher.
flie following table gives the maxi-
mum, hinittum and mean tempera-
tures, the rainfall dnd direction of the
wind, for the twenty-four hours endi-t-
ait 7 o'ckIock p in., as indicated by U. S
Aug.... I 92 70 81 .00 w
2 91 73 82 .19 w
3 90 71 80 .00 sw
4 83, 7.9 77 .59 n
5 84 73 79 .45 so
6 70 74- .82 .13 s
7 91 71 81 .00 s
For week.. I 87 1 72 I 79)1 36 1
A A Grecian Monastery.
A traveler i- Greece tells how he
took shelter during a snowstorm in
the mountains within an< isolated mon-
astery called. Our Lady of the Defile:
"We looked and felt like scarecrows.
The monks piled high the wood tire in
the ,ue-.t chunber and served us with
coffee and the liquor called masticha.
Nicolai, our boy guide, nuiihl not par-
take. HIe 't'....i in thet doarway, far
from the fire, sruii g. Once he ainughed
eutriight. I was s_ itb.-l upon a couch
up-r.i'lrl by vwhat F I ;:m'i -i:'d to be a
liLip of skins. S': 1.*;.: they moved,
iail it cOi-pruleut, black bearded monk
sowlvy ro.e from beneath ne, rubbed
his ,ool. ,::.1 ey.es andT started
aru,'1. Then he pF,.ared his hands
ol'',fulily upon II" Iri:. ih I, si -'ho1 and
agke n preta;tii'n was: 'I n'.i ill. Is there a
doctor I'-.:' I *..,,-..' hin n *'i.zal r-tte.
and wlien I a..!.rl In ptiilniuo talibhd he
sighed nea' i:n ;hl .sldii. 'You pilire a
hturd,.n of i. "i;i(u'h, upon ny sh,-nil-
4i4r[.4 w hi li .1.l ;ll..-,,.ir

be too s I ti r, i'n\-. "
SnSliier Diinliocat in (.'ljiiIirn.
luring Ihe hot weather of thie summer
Ioulths tile first unnatural luuseiness of a
ehil'ti' boIels hlii.nid have immediate at-
tention, so as to check the disease b fore
it I-eeonles te'iine,. Al that is neessa-
T, is a lI vew doses of C'h'lr iilerI.lniii's Coliur
('lMtera r.nd Diarrhnea Remedy, followed
liy a dose of c.talior oil to cleanse the svsa
temn. Rev. M. 0. Stockland, pastor of
the Fisul t3. E. chutili, Li tie Falls,
Minn., writes: "'We have used Chamber-
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem-
dy for several years and find it a very
valuable remridy, especially for summer
disocrdeis in children." Sold by all sed-
cine dealers.

Cua e For Liberality.
An old Gporgli darky who had buried
his money forgot to blaze the tree
which stood near the spot. Getting
mixed as to the locality, he knelt down
and asked the Lord to guide him to the
piaee. While he was prying a storm
tame up and lightning struck the near-
by tree, and he found his cash.
"Dar. now," he muttered, "look how
Providence answers de righteous! I
got a great min' ter put a nickel in de
collection bat next Sunday!"-Atlauta


-Souvenir cards, with a St. And rew
scene at the Buoy office.
The str. Tarpon expects to give a
moonlight excursion Friday night, it it
a n get back in time from the south.
-The telephone line, whirh has been
out of repair between St. Andrew and
Millville for some days, is to be repair-
ed at once.
Blank Warranty Deeds, short lorm
printed on good linen paper, 25c per
dozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re-
ceipts in a block, 10c each, at the Buoy
-News is received in St. Andrew
that another large steamer of 600 tons
freight and upwards of forty passenger
capacity will take its place on the Gulf
Coast line next week
--You never have and may never again
have an opportunity to get so line a
fountain pen for so little money as you
can now by complying with the condi.
tions of the coupon to be found else-
where on this page.
-It is reported that the B., C. & St.
A. railroad has at last been fully financ-
ed, the bonds floated and that the work
of construction will now be pushed vig-
orously; but, the Buo. has bea unable
to verify the report.
--Wizard Ink Tablets, Price, per
box 10 ets. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten ounces splen-
did ink. Economical permanent; abso-
lutely indellible, covenient, non-corro-
sive. At the Buoy office.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St. Andrews Bluf T. or Buena Vista
Point, at Sc. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the
BuoY office
-From present indications there will
be an unusually large crop of palmetto
be-*ries in the Bay country, this season,
which will furnish profitable employ-
ment for men, women and children for
several weeks, and put considerable
cash in circulation among them.

As announced ill the Bony, last
week, a meeting for the permanent
organization of the Bank of St. An-
drew was held in Ware's Hall on
l'uesday night, the 7th inst.
The meeting organized by the so-
leetior. of Mr. J, H. Drummond as
chairman and W, A Emuinons, sec
reta ry.
The first in order being to choose
a board of directors, the following
gentlemen were placed iun nomination
and unanimously elected:
J. H. Drnnamond, Joseph J. Trous-
dale, L. PM. Ware, St. Andrew; VW.
E. Mailiis, Pensacola, and W. 11H.
Miilon, Marian na.
Mr. F. Bullock of Chipley was.
nominated and elected cashier.
Mr. J. H. Drummond was then
chosen to be president of the Bank
and Mr. W. E. Mathis as its vice
It being necessary that the institu-
tion have a name by which it shall
be known to the world, Mr. Milton
suggested the "Bantik of St. Andrew"
and it was si named by vote,
The routine business being thus
disposed of, the question of a location
for the Bank was ldiscassed at suine
length, and it was finally decided to
reler the matter, as weli as other i.i-
cidentals pertaining to thie opening
up tor business to llie board of di-
tectors, who are to call a meeting of
the stockholders in the event that
that they find it advisable to do so.
The articles ot incorporation have
already been forwarded to to the sec-
retary of state at Tallahassee, and as
soon as proper action can be taken
upon t.tvm they will .be returned and

will appear in the Buoy, as required
by law and immediately thereafter
steps will be taken to open the Bank
(probably in temporary quarters) forI
business. lint steps will at once be
Stalen to secure a permanent location
and an abosutely fire-proof and ,afl
buil-liiig wiH be electe-d.
And St. Andrew can lie p I,) l lI
i i,' rect th x--Ir-wtrIla-h-iw-- -F ba-ftirfn-h
institution with gentluimein of nleals
and undonbted integrity behind it.

A Kitten and a Needle.
A short time ago a woman living in
England was petting her kitten, when
sho suddenly felt something scratch
her hand. On examining the spot
whence the scratch proceeded, she felt
the point of a needle sticking out of
poor pussy's neck fur. The needle was
pulled out by her husband, and an-
other surprise was experienced when It
was found that a length of thread was
aitt.:,h-jd to the needle, both having
passed down the kitten's throat and
out again from the fur.
Galveston's Sea Wall
makes life as safe now in that city as on
the higher unlands E. W, Goodloe,who
resides on Dutton st., in Waco, Tex.
needs no sea wall for safety. He writes:
"I have used Dr. King's New Discov
cry for Consumption the past five years
and it keeps me well and safe. Before
that time I had a cough which for years
had been growing worse. Now it'
L-one." C ires chronic coughs, ]a grippes
croup, whooping cough and prevent
pneumonia. Pleasant to take. Evers
b little Guaranteed at A. H. Brake'e
store. Price f0c and 1, Trial botti

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out, leaving others in possession until I- --- ITI U a ji.f U L5-.LU,11
the principals left." Wn""i llunu n nI -
"There is no hour of the day or Breech -L din0 t< We Jir
night which a Spaniard deems inil-. V001s 'll
private to the practice of smoking," the 7' t oseys T l \ E -U El
same writer observes. "Whenever he |0 -4 I -rr Pnt Y ..* OE MEN
finds time hanging heavily, which Is "" IItSBDU L OnlV G5. 0 MEN!
frequently, he lights a cigarette. Time ni "I SOiQ B u s
haugs heavily on a Spauiard's mind in & CO.
thb brief interval betw een lhe courses . .. ... ... .... ....... .-__--. .-- _-- .-.- --_-_-- -
at lunch n dinner, whcne-r he oullll I :nd built i!ssby tsle ,i, i. \\i n;, d' l T:, ,- IllOY IJFFCE,
wakes att night. ibu travel.ig iT? F .. , .11 Y H ICE.
tw.-n station ,. ha In an ij:i:is OW Th oit .1 1) lC ;':"lliz'.- d Lt!lkdcr Ne '.' .li i .ilt . .
nril al'v:.s who in a ri.ilway tr.iln-, JImJ tit.-._ -*.. ........... . -.

-r,-i-r{' r--c -tf I iaIj( '-1. T rmj-r6 ., 01
siir.',i i i;' i,'er' l itin Sp,'IIn th. t
railway -ip .i tmoents for L .: ,:
-rs exist in in..,1 only, and '-- l 'l,
combined with that of loud t.:lM; .; at
1;i hours of the ulgv t and L ...:;; --
..:ak-s the average Epaniabrd und' sr
ab z a:- t'aveliug companion, e .ecial-

Of tIhe sW'rd-y bLg -ars who ovcrr-n
Madrid: "The b.:21gars usnaly have
rome prete':-(e for asking a! s'; in the
ap"' of a decrepit guitar or i.ldle uin-
'evr the c-cak. whboee it remains. An-
othe-r plea is the sale of lottery tickets,
the lottery being a great institution In
Spain. Each ticket costs 5 1pesetas
(a'tout $1), eid beggars In absolute
rngs, as often as not children, rush
about with strings of these for sale."--
Chicago News.

19 Z D
Reprewnit Iht-mirvl\Eal ,.filht flll-t. We
h li be' .,iet i. ltiiyae-t t-4] biunineilthe
world becaioe our seeds are better than
others. Do you wish t aiuw a, t- most
beautiful flowers andl It.- ii-iHl- vege-
tables r Plant the best seeds-Ferry'a.
1906 Seed Annual free to. all

int, % (}t \'trga r?>
of 11 Of the T:l 'ost, :in ofn\v" n-'s ;is
Well, tiud -"' llttcS tUlif(l-r1 m f:gir and courteous tliatlk-nt

We Pa the Freight u:i all Goods excoit Flour, !M6ai
and Feel to ny Postotlce on the Bay.
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-We ver DISBW;ilO Paiints ,i
We Fu ill Every Prowis and Nivsr Hold Put False Hopes, i
iStr.ctire wirort the, Ltirie or bui!Mles l:.t Virlco-elo o bhounr .
i C t-nIU or detention tIroo, LuFh;k. ; L'3taM.i, L Blood Poison ,
cured n-E 3 to return, without mercury or minorsial cIature, Loss of MWanty
Vror el'otivi venreci no s t!rrihlait but permanout
S- TiI- [',. It ic ?, lico.ie u. i t l usia,.in. .-r'..LI. -i under ite
r 'r laws. rh.- :0ui,:. ..-: for ithe tr., rt Ai sa.l re uf all
40^;;.,fno ,u' ,if..,.-- -'- ..r. Dr. N. I 1 h' .l' tb fuindJir of
2 \this Iluui!,L.-,f. is, 19 the chief con~bms ting -u- -' ,t, tdu,0 icltetd
l a a'y l .ba r .,LvIent physlcifnrs ad ani rt'RP"p
ur O sucee s hi the treatment of i .... a Is unswpa-
a'i^r.\ sed; we nin both medical an1d el'Ict'-i- e.i f-en sca. e
o ur offlicesare equipped with a I the galvanic, faradle batter- -
tee, X-ray, violet ray, n.- Fan-en ray; in 'act, every electrical
"t \a contriyVace known t ih nrudia pr.fe-si,-. Our- 'uIt .a i.il i
i,.;dern l In every r' and,'t, .anl a; n>lt) 17 nto o ',-i t : 1 C I
traioed and e fficlut attlt'A-.ilts, renla ly ( iualifled graduated
Sand ucensed phyicia. : bei-g in charge.
W"e employ no misl',eading n eaa to secure patients and
.- ., 'patronaseC-ne Co. 0 D.'sor unasked for liicrature are sent rut
,' \ .by tbig l ustutin.o Our trrms for t reatnitn. t average from $6.9
\ ^^ itotl10.00 per moo. 1, iicludad) and we give the assur-
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l l lt Peai, that costs at retail 1 il 2 Th pen is omplete il 11, '" 1
690 tiller and is fully warranted by t[io ni ii'ufto.turers .,.. can I. I tui L -I t t
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Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and Feed,

NEW STEAMSHIP SERVICE. r.-- IA..w It a. A G ooB 0 Awe. t C t f *
It any one doubts that t. Andiew "I p'r-''I:, : d all you make?" A shopke h f virtues oF Si r I
and the Bay counitr is to develop 'T'n: I 0 1 .' a tenth of it' tamned the name of "thle little rascl. "
and take a place in the front ranks ol "-Then Y. ii n-'4 have a nice little A straiger ashkd hin why the appet S T E A M S H I P GI M P A N Y ,
balance in tln i-0!k? lation had been given to him.
Florida's most prosperous and pro- "N:,p". nret I cent." "To distinguish ime from the rest of T E M E -
gressive sections they have only to "Shake. old ':np. I'm married my- my trade," quoth he. "who are all great .. E A. i!\ 4 I
hav onlyt self."-Fol usto Puim radelqe"- oTnnon Ml al
keep track of the new enterprises sascals."-LondouI Mai. -. -
that, one by one become identified Iand Ne rd Papa Say It. Proved. U -. .. -
with our business life. The Schoolt ,lier-Willio. can you Stella-Profi'sor Lee says candy is a .. .. . .- .
whtell me the i aninz of leisure? The cure for fatigue. Bella-That's true.r -, ,
'Ihe very latest of these to coin- Bright Pupil- "s the pl:-.o where mar- A man who brings me chocolate never S-.- C H ED ULE,
mand attention is the establish, tried people re nt.--Brodyn Eagle. makes me as tired as a man who does LEAVE. GOING SOUTH. AITI1 E
inent of a new steamship service be- Power exen ed will violence has not.--Ilarper's Bazar. Tuesday, 8:30 p. m. Pensacola.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m. St. Andrew, Wednesday, 8:141 a.
tween Mobile, Pensacola, St. Andrew, seldom been o ong duration, but tern- Weighing Common Air. Wednesday, 2:30 p.n. Mill, wednesday a m
Apalachicola and Caarabelle. per and mode ton generally produce The weight of air has often been test- Thursday, 9:00 a. m. Apalachicola, Thursday, 1:00 a. i.
For th papermanence h thins.-Sen-.i. ed by compressing it in receptacles by Carrabellu. Thursday, 12:o_ noon
For months past it has been pain- the air pump. That it really has weight Monday, 6:00 p. m. Mobile, Monday,6:00 a. in.
fully apparent that our shipping fa- .. --------- when so compressed is shown by the LEAVE. GOING NOtTI1. ATtYIVF_
cilities were entirely ina,.iluate to fact that the weight of the vessels Is Thursday, 3:010 p.min. Carrabelle.
meet the demands of our rapidly in- E. MASKER, Increased slightly by filling them with Friday, 11:30 a. m. St. Andrew. Friday, 2:00 a. m.
compressed air and that such vessels Friday. 10:00 a. m. A Miliville. I- I.Jday, 4:00 a. m,.
creating commercial requirements. become specifically "lighter" as soon Pensacola. F"ila 11:30 p. m.
eal izinge this indication oF affairs, as the air contained in them is ex- :P.A.-SSEITG 1- 1: I- .A -ES.
thealizinber teahips condition o a s, hausted. Many elaborate experiments Pensacola to St. Andrew and Millvillc. $5.00.
the Kibler steamiship Company ha PH 0 T G R A P on the weight of air have proved that Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabulle, $7.50.
placed its fine n-.w steamer, the P. one cubic foot weighs ":.;' grains, or St. Andrew and Millville to Apalacbicola, .,.i..
J. Thistlewood on the line, ant has something less than one and a quarter 1P'ensaeola to Mobile, $2.50.
J. hitlwood on the line and ounces. The above experiment on the The aboVe rates include meals and berths. W. G. 1-A,;,\I W.
issued a circular stating that, coni- POIU1'IIAI VIEIl S ANL) weight of air is supposed to be made ( 'atali
fencing on Saturday, August 5, the oUPs. ate erat a te earthwitth F ea fl t P3
boat will leave Mobile every Saturday '__hI__ __ ,- air, or air at high -le' tions Is much
and Pensacola every Monday. She ,'.--. m- i- _-- lihtr. ____
"l" r c A c n
every T ayi'e av mitniiung nld will piu- i I ... "I .--'r .r FeAt
ceed thence to St. Jo'ep, 3.1, Car- ,n ;,r I l l r.' n lit. ,., .S.A... AND GROCER-.ST
ra'elle and A palachieula. , :. ,' i- it i v., i n. '-. 9 . ,Ln -' l .' l ', ,.
-' .* '',,,i ,l i,. 1;,vew. rs. ,ru.li- Lely. Ho -f g, . i
The circular does uut recite wheth- s1 t. .. 1:..w. .M.s. Mu d-N. Y r. e st4'10 t a!S b
er or not hlie boat will stop in at bt. .. r an ...to was going to 'In-U U U s:, llS
Andrew on its return trip, but it is .1 Sewing .s ai .e Mr. MSwipes. : s are.. O S a
presumed that will depend upon the *nm., ,l, ., was d .it : > t wasf the P' ,
amount of business to be had by ,,,,i .... i, '-. :.: :,, ,tait's ? Senator U- E r T T
doing so. The boat guarantees wl' :, h. :-"r.". In, fiorma- Grafton (ht D.y ..cy, the scouudrel ? N .'l
doin Th gi,.e I: i -, 1.ie.nii t.o- of her pro ,c ej -. interests I represent A
prompt delivery and careful handling ..I repress nt
S . .. an aed 0r to rk for 25 per cent loas rraI'tR R r .. E ,
of all freight, ia :, ..: thin they're paying me! cl is a t

development of a Chick. C UP 1_E A CALL!
The development of a chick within WIT T AM F A --
the egg Is one of the most wonderful A A Myitery ve.
things in nature. At the end of the -- How to keep off periodic attacks ofi -'z '
fifty-eighth hour of Incubation the Kidniiy Iroul e Makes You Mi.erable. biliousness and habitual constipation I
heart begins to beat, two vesicles are was a misery that Dr. Kin's Newi
seen and a few hours later the aurl- Ain-.tt e.er ,C-.iy wh:-. ,5a3 t, news- was a misery that r Kings e S
cles also appear. On the fourth day papers 13 sure to kn i.ev f inc '.,..nderful Life Pills solved for me," writes John
-tlhe outlineso the wgmmayLer L c mr Dr. N. Pleasant, of Magnolia, Inad. The DEALER IN
ceived and sometimes of the head also; c u .itlny, ieonlv pill]s that are guaranteed to givu p a rn E
on the fifth day the liver is visible; on .- and L.lau.i:r r Iedy. *perfect satisfaction to everybody or ,. 4
the,sixth other internal organs appear. Ir is the ir; medi- -money refunded. Only 25c at A. TI. 'La. i a -a g
In 190 hours the beak s fully formed; cal triumph of the nine- Brake's store. Dr oo t r Fi. r
In 200 hours the ribs are clearly devel- \ teethh century; dis- -, i l
hoped; in 240 hours the feat-hers are vis- r y covered after years of Got the Worst of the Bargain. *N t
ible; in 268 hours the eyes appear; In 'I scientific res earh by Hi (tauitingly)-Your father was in No tO S, r OVISonS anld Feed Stuffs.
288 the ribs are completed and the nent kidney and blad- trade when I married you, wasn't he? ,
feathers on the breast; in 330 the -. C der ,;,:itL, and is sit- (bltterly)-I suppose so. He was Corner T1ash i ngin Aven z and avview'St.
lungs, stomach and breast have as- wonderfully : .-e-.I:l in r,r.:-,,ly curing sold, in any event. i A' 1.-VC 1
sumed a natural appearance. On the larme back, k iv. bladder, uric acid trou- it -O Ot or o(I and mnust (i s
eighteenth day the first faint piping of bles and i I t's c ae, 'nic h is the worst '. 1l n;:.- r situation in life you ever
the chick is sometimes audible. form of kidne itr .. t o' ror e for your'of : qLi a Strictly C eady Pay
Dr. Kilmcr s S.-amp-WIot is not rec- ,.ar "nt l ;d idea of teo iatotv' r
.'.Nake' Hay While the Sun Shines." if yhave.id- w Is *V enot-- sile -
uey, 11%,c ,r trrnubi, it will be found 1mr m"c I---heoster-i
There is a lesson in ihe work of the iut th.err --. 1 has been tested -
thrifty fanner. He knows that the bright t soinmanyw ys, in >:,il. work, in privOate Tii S A fL E TP.is j 8 is Iln iy Pi'ii.' lnteres as wvell as i iy ;,t11'. tCall llin i
sunshitie mnay I ist but a sav and he pro- ractce, t' 7 "'r.s"topr topur- I A-- (OHviiieYourself of. !, ,i.
ohaserc r -.t- i... Iso successfully i n .
nares for the showers which are so liable evzry cace t a special arrangement has Acre o f N Lard ----- --- -
to follow. So it should be wi th everv enad whi. all readers of ths paper 47 Ac fes of Nic L nd
household. Dysentery, diarrhoea and who have tried it, may have a t- ,-
chol, a nmlun. i: ,, ,,. al .. ,. , , . Ino 15 ! W all 0 l C ,_1 U- t -^ -, - .. -
f r f Z I tiT T I I.ii' 1 li ./.7 i -- r bladder trouble. tiAt. rf' m r-_- -,.I ,-
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Item- ., rd;r:g i generous AT ST. ANDREW, lu A1 _, It 1 'r
edy, which is the best kuown medicine for .ra, Nicely located to be subdivided into IAEN
these diseases, should alwa s be kept, at i.. i j Burding Lots, a 11 t
hand, as immediate treatment is necessa- aon, N- T. TITLE PERFT0 an 0 0 )S i "-v E-
ry, and delay may prove fatal. For sale -egiar and Home of Swampoo 5
by all medicinee dealers. .. ,ld by all good druggists. TAXES PAID TO DATE. r RO -IEiES* : [' U UIIl! ,
THE SPANIARD. lml't nal mmistake, but rem This .is a Bargain! .''" s-.5.nw
Hits Courtesy, His Cigarette and fi.s n--li .r 'sim.l 1ot, and the address, and the Best Prperty now he t
Lottery Ticket. H;i-ha; llii N. A., on every bottle Market ahout St. Andr,,w. jJ -. i t r
of the courteous manners of all Span-
larus a traveler writes: "So anxious Is L. E. WARE. OTWAY WARE. J. H, DRUMMOND. Notions, Pa ints and Oils, Nets and Twines Salt
every one to be of service to others
that the stranger is apt to consider the 3Othi 1iS and Ladies' Furnishings
Spanlards very inquisitive people. An
experience in a Madrid tramear was aIEM IN'S L ADIE 8' AND BO j Y' HA Tl
enightening In this direction. A worn- I *
an in getting into the car appeared to [yrw 1l r xr f ITCBIUQJIQ
have slipped and hurt her foot. She tpak&h LAtEt VtttA1J*
a;:'i her husband began an animated orO uglly R Organized. P ) I|
dt;eussion upon the incident, and of ,P F1 1 P 1 (- j,' I I b, 'TC
the dozen (,thl rs in the car every one Ja l Tii I P ost, i Iaila rer. SPEU-!f-.L -
except ourselves craned forward to lis- AD A TES AGE N TS l''O S. "- $PEC.IAL ATTEKNI[ *
ten. The passengers were well assort- HIADQUARTERS FOR AMERIC N ." ~f -- -.4 il ViN TO
ed, ranging as they did from a captain EXC- PT "il, O
In uniform down to a woman almost cite ra I M er i"ll s I P f Slggi& iljj 0 ilf r. ":izZla Orders
of the beggar class. But one and all tur liili (:-'ti 1 tU
In turn joined in the discussion without r UA i T N, DELi VI-';' Ap SAMPLES
exciting the least resentment, opinions 4 S_ 1 I l* ." S en
being apparently welcomed. Gentle- fl ir Si iit" lp^.;. jE;-n
men arriving at their destination ceased on t e a
arguing, raised their hats and went the B rt, knuihinrtlnn




ThP A H K EH t I i* rlr M .t i l-ofs ....-.w0-1 e---a
Special to the Buoy. The sea .. < .omli;ws the hatbts of PrI ,. G tee, 1u 1-.no, ; -
W H-. Parier, )elt a part of last a i very po ular P %/-t :,1 -,,,
week surveving i, I layig 0111 ci y i f o. a; t s hil iu g n ema w s j' -' ..'r a. a a r
l,,'s 11 in P an a tu s -,n t. e tl, l i .m d ny t ru in g : C] a i 1 .
'kThe Cleopat:a. has been i. eat th '.r oo. ly ing i this I) oitio o 0e i g oi 0'1- .
Siarbor, awaiting hir turn on the the water, and humse their yonug ones who appreciates an ouiti ,,n St, A-
w %ays, tor several days, on their chests between their paws, ex- drew Bay, having 'l"iJ u. repeat- a
Mrs. M. Post of St. Andrew, is tly as wia southern baby island the wate ly, arrived a few day= ia so- Do you like it? Then why
Aug. 2, 1906. n visiting her aunt, Mrs E, Z. Taylor, When swimming in this attitude they journ of a month or illt, accompa- be contented with it? Have
of this place. even shade their eyes with their paws nied by Capt. W. WV. Dvia ,,f For. to be? Oh, no! Just put on
RE W Dr. Morrill and wife were np one whn the sun dazzles them. syth, Ga., Capt. A. G. tiller. Snpt. Ayer's Hair Vigor and have i
UR, RRENT day last week, taking in the "beau- of Americus, Ga "sclh.. 1 '. long, thick hair; soft, even pV
ERIFS. ties" of Parker. and sons, nVi,. t',i i-.,4 1 .. 1 hair. But first of all, stop
Trea, I t E. S. Day of St. Andrew, was up h as. A XW. Fbi,,,,ier. ,, ...,,,! | your hair from coming out. j
He No....... and spout a night and day with his y MiIs Ruby, Alvli. E ;.. Save what you have. Ayer's
U: l"'d Jap.40-60 old friend Prof. G. 11. Boutelle. Iye. They are c'at,,..1 il l uL of l Hair Vigor will not disappoint
ond iilk, W can The Rev, E. W. Roberts preaches Mrs. L. E. Ware' ",...~s and are you. It feeds the hair-bulbs;
Sw ed .'.. 10 ere this coumig Sund y the 12th having the god 4ili' their lives makes weak hair strong.
,kin powder J Mr. Flening' brother, V. W., who The best kind of atestimonial-
S 1 "Sold for over sixty years.
...... 10 By an oversight in last veek's IV is also partner in the S.ol pubf o s.ixt.
npoder at 3. p. righ in lmade l.1.. l1 en .
cL1 ;1u1',I t',,, items your reporter failed to mention i, 0.1 ,i i AL s r .
t... the return, of Supt. A. L. Pratt, oel j, d them in a few | /- IZ1". 1 PILLS.
S:lk. .... ., the li-.ht house service, from Key WI W H. Miton, ea.hif t I h t Jri,, _r ,
I i'I-: ... Il \ eT, wihee he has beeu for n,cNea' -, t igii lem edy tlljill ,Il. "l a i M
ftr.wl,-'ri:ls. . lh l The Children's Favorite j Ani ew D:i k, anlI a il Timothy 0', wti.w was prominent
.. l- I :ql'er s..1,T. N. \\ l-:. in a d .- '. i A-CU. w E -.. at t ho Britol ,int pr in the l t
-, t ., t 1, .i ,l i,,l,[ lil e -p,.n,. M .,,n.luy eachi, ,g Coughs, Colds, Croup a.nd id ith it 1,b I IIec. a .-,,, h ,1- ,., Atory , .,, ,ir I ti, ,r.i te Ot
/, 1hpu a-.w""d sl., I~llig

S., t P .... a5 .I ed e l .Ti" Che as, T. PaIk.-r, otie ,f oui r Ij.; ; vi ,I fl', Cll.as. 1W FIr. ar l ;Uto t t .l-e rk. A. .- w.,s lh',vm g
d. ..e1. 25 1. .".-i' .. I" ., ty 1 uyr.... It c t.,n, i 1,_, tb.' .-.un't urni she put her haau1 to Ler
l:'-" .... ... -Br1. was i :o
O le'llll hrin . 1 On 1. l>. 5 l. yS, is tryin* a t the. .a"f . |, |> in |l" In si ni<.lllt pl ,tie 1 1 i bl' I* ;i r ;.;. : i
IrI ..r 7-. . .i'i. d \ i 1'. l lv, -i, ba,.;nl the steamer J. P. Price 2,5 et-; Large Size, 50 ets. i Tnesaya. **r Carlin, wha'll I do with the
Cr.u ,I T ......1 ili .0 5 t .i ok be .. ,.. Quickly came the retort: "Eat it, yoi
J.lly gl.t,3 l 'to,* I', .. i0 \'hu can beat this ? C. M. Mash- Curious Fnact About the Eye. In V-r. *. '- I t ght :i nl. fo3l. "': .1'e says yu diu't 1)
ggs i .ludie ..d.. I0 burn of Parker, says that he has new A very curious fact is the imposslblil- immense network or 1 .. ,,v.. it."-roston Herld.
"' It of ,, t.i r wh.. ain v ch, aS one w i ,,
'R, I S [ON.1 sweet potatoes so large, already, that Ity of ;. t your eye while oexamin-a toVhh,, o e WItl ; (i I r e i*e
T>,,o.I for ,\ . ing the rcficecticni o that o:-n in a Oilto tighten t ,, ,e Troee .r-.
tr of S'th, -' 1).. S. pr ib.....h11 they are bursting opn tile ground, mirror. !t is roai'y the most movable streets narrow ovx.i., .if.', ,p l :ir, Lay-Aji y ;m";ri: pi-'1e,. re> P
lsk ..*.3'2.-, Bacon Sides..... 12 Don't all speak at once. part of the face. Yet if yon hohl your with beauna and . .-, [. c r.sent the sn ,s -s 'W. ,..'
Lo Mei ,a -il Iltgi i.'-, ...... 81t hol head fixL and try to move yuur eye many turning .i-l *; t IG)ose' ,ou p int sto' once i'n ai v';;('r
tal \ r t.. 5 .Br'kf'st Bac' 16-22 Parke lodge di not hold a meet. wh-' ::te ing it yo (aniot do it- their hol f.,,- .......' Ar st- We paint ras in oil ":m't -u
Corni pe i,, ..75a U: 11 Ham cianv's'd 15-20 ing on Saturday last, the weather even tho one- thiouan:1ll of an inch. Of crosses a r. .i!.v.- i:l ..,.,,, .;.: a stcrm t have 1.rt'. on,' fi -
Sp;,,at,,'s Shoulders..... 11 u too story. course if you lyk at the rtelectioi of walls and over ii ik w. r :,, I ;il.. storm on the ce;- uis. lot a' s ;..
Irish 1 40 Beef the nseC or a.y other part o.' your face tighten again i: a e I... where the begji to pr'(ad nI t',e oil (o;.,e hi-
.ri.y il'seseed 1 to Corned..,... ----- .a your a ye ito. 't .ove to sci' it. But the smells of the sh, ,.l- -. t and fume waves subshle a,.' 'h. -w be.o;-es a
Seet.... **.*.' Fresh ......... 1 TI'OMPIKNS. strange thing i that the moment yon about one's face. Th,. 1i ,. are busy calm as a duk pond. i'-.nh.
l a l t p r a c k . 0 0 D r i e d . . . . t2 5 ..OU I t h ; t n. d. .
alep.ack.......5 Milk pr qt....... 10 Special report to the Buoy. .ndeavor to Iorccive the motion the with men In rough ch-,t, nd BA
H ..DWAt Epr q. J P 1rter is doing a thriving e i hixe. Ti0 is one of the reasons women in shawla. i'-re I ';A with r.
HiA It 1 4.. Ax, with haUdle 5 why a person's expression as seen by great soft busL. h:. W coma "Ymu <1*'1t ,ovn v%, w to mCmke
iaLV wire do.1A4 Hoes, each .... 35i50 )unsiiess. His little store is crowded himself i, a glzss quite dt ier,.-t and go quietly, .!pi,,p,_ ,st, ', anoth- it lemon tat.'" rmrked +h cooking
M aUliI ul ...9gat20 l, ok...8is25 Linseed oilg is hardly room to !r., l. tl ,-)I(dolas "It isn't n.sce-s, :ry to nr t:e a lemon
4e, r i,., 18i ito :a k f oconk,. t l .0i elf Del se. slip past one 9.f ti a%. Sparrow lart," 1. S. h' O r t t r
0ipe per.,;,_t th'o loarro tll- ohe f i)
OILY GO)ODS, WYe all realiz- that it rains-r-ain! ajoi Harem, editor and manage- of canals. The ro:d Is dilik.ul t,-, find, ois Ive ever sOcn v.J' pre-dj tart al-
i.tsper )d.5a1 Check; ....... 55 Everyone is glad til hear that the te Constitutionalist. Eminence, Ky., for a single wr.ng tin i. y lead r(fijy."
S 'ti, .... 5a9 Flannel. .....l. 15al4t when he was fiercely attacked, four one to the other end (ur VVII .4 I.
Susiin. .... I Thre ol. 5 ai rnewa e legy.u g ears by piles, bougt a box of continual ptsthId of oni.t etiont "What started oid lnehapenny to
wi bought a box movement, the tanel-, _f Lh, Z-..;", the i Doolger.
i.;.1traitis tI, ia re1eews...$14300 Bucklen's Arrea Salve, ot which he by some window, doorway or balcony st7d1ing0 occult s qence?"
MIStE1tMANEOUS. Your reporter has beelt silent for says: "It curd me in ten days and no put a strain upon one's e".. and '-.j "Io wants to curit vate a now sensl!
11 y pr. t .75A01 6 Oats pr bu....... 60 two w eks because of a dearth of trouble sce." Quickest healer of after a time to tire and the so he (can see a bil col elor through a
.tpe isal... ...... 1.2 Lime. pr l .....13,O views; but next week will try and till burns, soros. cuts and wounds. 2.c. at brain. There Is no more bewildering brick all."--Detroit Free Press.
ope all about Show to make a nra lhthia A. H. Brake's store. city, and as night c-n-., n til,. .Unnecessary Exp ,ne.
FIUIT dN .. lderment gr almN.V-t Itt.t
)izi-ges pr do.. 45 Pecans pr b..... 15 launch work ever} time. Everyday dtiraele. -Arthur Symouns i"n !eril)n1rti. Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoeal
A e, os 15 Walnuts. ....... 15 .. r opkins ,as the additi I.!i.--: fed o'0 hior seed turn come on without warning and prompt re-
i + .'.. Z quite bla.ck." l-.,',i ,iuoln.V , Il eWtSIRo. L lief must be obtained. There is no neces-
O Y' 'Eas' to 'Trminkis' hoe, nearly coin- kept i coal! m s or s-l yearn SOUTHWESTRN sity of inurring the expense of aphsi.
ehl. llll.t,0 l..i( Opened pr qi .. 20c pleted, be oo covered wih Iot, t ck fur cis service in such cases if Chmb.- '
l ke ti:;mc.5 l TheN 1 "0 c o w .... ... ..i t l d 17 i the W Ct( -,.jj-..-;- -P- I .c ian e service in such case f ti s hamnr er-
Si." .175 RHog ...... $3to$4 to be doing a great business ferrvyii. coat of w- o!o, 1, e. co;'t counplte-y OI Hemedy is at hand. A dosef this remedy
', n. ,, S, ,-.p ........... 2 a the bay when he is brouc:dt -owu to thl piain~. .1 SHOOL. will relieve the patient .before a doctor
I,; ;, iteam. a wegos cO ts .a The ermino in his sow infested home could arrive. It has never been known to 12
--- ,i,<-.. 1 ... .,. each.- (4..," Our day school is still improving, turns v.h.ir.. in the winter, but if he Is PENSACO .' fail, even in the ;n. '.t,~ .h, and danger-
-.ik,) ... :0. ,-. P l,, -_ *....+ 2,,'* !. Blaimpied i.s busy on his new taken for the winter to a warm climate T et ous cases an ni li. liud ho with-
F111S. lie does not turn white at all. Quite wentieth Cetly E kkeei, ut it. For sae by a edcine dealers.
++ salt wire fence i .: lro tu are the c ;:m:.-; Shorhand and Busines PI irnan hil ** r
II..! prn do "*:,. Aitllet pr I15 l 5,50 that with food and environment we UTAUGrHT aY Bu iesrn F (rrro,-:.
T,il ......... 's T .t. ....... 5.50 lie End of the Wo 1d can effect on all living creatures, even AUGHT 4AIL. N'." .. ,' <"-<4's ,.re fr&,u n.:t Iw-r
I ...,i...Ao prIl.. 6 t'ompano ... 10 00 of troubles that robbed E. H. Wolfe, of on man."-Philadelphia Bulletin. Write for Full lif rmlati0nh .. O--,o ,o:npe phr
-,-on..un...... 10 Mackrel.... .0 Bear Grove la., of all usefulness, came ,,- ., .1i. :.< r.' re e .n'y sup d wih
lI U M Ellt. when he began taking Electric Bitters, t r red
.,t, ..'.14.00 Hteart, .i.4.(0 He writes: Two years ago kidney trou-
i' ," 12.00 Face 12.0 ble caused me ;great suffering, which I I " "i C hti a 1, n'tco r,, .-.:i cl
F, 12( Face 2. 0 .1.. ,, t .ti callS _r.,J 7
1, ... 10,00 Sap ... 10.00 would never have survived had I not TH ROUGH H, ERITp 1 f',.r:o (','1u that ho doe'- not I:a,,-.
Drop siding, Olaploards, t ken Electric Bitters. They also cured to hlvo on ai.ind, he doe:-, not t:ke o tm:
Harface I 1.00 x inshi.m.g .1 .0 e of general debilityc" Sure cure for i i i if totiephoe to a w'oic"aie hse fc
S all stomach, liver and ingredient, but s
Bull lumber.. R@l2 her,d.. 12 .00 all stomach, liver and kidney com- rod to he nearest drg store a 1
leartsli,,,,gl, 2.50 Lath, Im.... 2.00 plaints, blood diseases, headache, dizzi- uardof V ast Nuiber. trie to borrow t. It is a pecu-iar fe t
g p 1 1.50 Boat lumI'er, ness, weakness or bodily decline. Price t It is the embodiment ,- t.ro of the situntiou that druggists se lI
S 50 cents. Guaranteed b A. Brake t buy anything outright from each 1
$100 ite iward. $100 -'.- .- coetoate to h I teC;. I. it Is oiher. They merely borrow, thou, after 1
$100 i1iar&, $OV ir ..... cofentrate4 the oxld So"d..e h"of the having replenished their stock from the 12
The readers of this paper will be pleas- Virtues of the Old Sod. greatest scientist of the age, A labor of love for humaniitV wholesale houses they pay backm the 1
ed to learn that there is at least one On the very rare occasions that No agency for health has so many faithful friends -nne e l an.e houses they pay back tse
snakes have been found In Ireland ex- o a t-ue er deserves loan.-New York Post.
d,ead.,i disease that science has been nation of thve be en o ena has al- so manv. e
planation of the phenomena has al- Small Cottage for Rent
able to cure in all its stage, and that s ays een forthcoming. One was OXYB91R stills ,ew lfe into the system; rege,,., e
catrar'. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only brought in a bundle of shrubs, another ates, vitalizes every organl into the proper discharge ol the i or Wyoming a/ve and Wilmot st.
plotite cure known to the medical fra- In a packing case, and yet another- which Nature intended them. Its use brings vi.ru.ns hetili Apy at Btoy office
ternity. Catarrh being a constitutional this time a dead one-was introduced physical activity that makes life worth living all tge
Jis%.a-e, requires a constitutional treat- by an English visitor. All have proved OXYDONOR has been fully tested in all disea4e.. n, u gt
meant. Hali's Catarrh Cure is taken in- of alien extraction. Even science can- health and happiness to sufferers froun Rheumatisem (nl aI brot, t
eternally. aetia directly upon the blood not dbiprove the Irish belief in St. Pat- ai,.rn,
ternally acti directly upon the bloodrick as a ped piper. ere is an ci- ular, Sciatic) Neurallgia, Catanh,' Hay Fever, Asthma, '' ',,, 5 -l.
and mucous surfaces of tle ?i stem, there- dent illustrative of this belief: A son Blood Diseases, Typhoid, Malarial and all Fevers, Female (', .i ad ewart
by destra.ing the foundation of the dis- of Erin emigrated to Australia and Diseases of Children. 11,laiii,, and
ease, and giving the patient strength by quickly made a fortune. He was hap- Write for book "'Grateful Reports" containing illustrate p a Iron
buililing up the constitution and an- -: i,;- py except for one trial--snakes. "Oh, reports from many well-known people. s, price al eI F
nature in di in-- its work. The proprie- for n Astralian St. Patrickl" he Avoid Fraudulent Imitations. The only 7 X0N Ceaerthwood. W astae '
ilave s iiuch faitilin its curative moaned. And thea came ain InspIratlon. 1 t n f tlCheaperthanwood. WiONAlast aa lfetime. 7
p.. thai Ihe'", o. ..ii One ttundred jel- IIe wired for a load of the soil of old hlas the name of tihe ORIGINATOR and tN VEN OR, Highest Awards World's Fair, St. Louis, 04.
la.rs f-r any a.L-e tIa.t it fails to cure Ireland. Only when he had strewn the IMt, H. SANC(H] stamped in the metal. iIO m PA
Address precious mold around about his dwell- Dr. H. SANCE & o, 61 Fifth street, Detrkcit, Mch. INTI .
F. J. CHENEY & Go Toledo.,, 0. ing could be sleep In peacel-London 489 Fifth ave.. New York Cit%-. CINCINNATI,.
Take tall's I',,ill IPilil for constipa- Tribune. 67 WVahash ave., Chicago, Ill je 10 loiue. Low prices will surmp ionr ot
tio20 St. Catheriuo trret'i tCall and M
Paint Brushes.i. (t see us.
r ,. ;.. H, e:.v e. Evtryl)ody aints, whbith-r be owns - -- -
!'The r;:fi.. if. . .. _.l l:.liv.'e that a bh :'ve la tLh.- burbs .,r rnuts a at &
in tA.- tLtrI...in. .V%.1 w ,-a tr .u'.11 Z Wp i
,. iD.n ,I,,':I',.LA-. . | .. ,.nT,. ,. 9 J. T., CWALTNEY,. Agt.
l iwe-. lin sh._,; TIhen tbC j-A), 1, .
:^ii l tLl t;- a .'1 t he i: t rI I. '.i '. .O iu i i' .i o r lh the
a not' :,.,-',...' .u. :' ,,..t. ly e.ireful i_'it, s,,.,,' wash them lu tv.rpe:itlulic, [
fti .,tr... L:. l1 :._ .. 1,1. th,. i,, ,.. ,, some I:.. ,h.., in bi',ohol, seoe i, "A OR SALE! A
u-h -'. I . r a m r teem In iPnseed oil. An author g, i. -t - i* It
.. .in very tax l all al-attr o Factory n Bay Fr0nt, near Washingt n Ave, A I
DiaL .ptl:., to I.e .-tn: (uny oce millI- 1' .,... I PtnforS to dIOp their brui ths
rmter in (l.,O.td tt. ht I the matter nt'r a Iket o;" W botti O' w1: i a'n-nt S T. A N D R E W F L A ., f
of refiretion and r:fration do iot df a be a ot a l t -,-, IS Prepared to Build Houses, Launches, Bo ts Etc. Almost as Good as New!
nIals. ,e ae,, itr-. o -r c L'S. Factofry Equipped with Engine and Modern Machnery May be seen lying on the

BEST FOR THE VwR .INACOLLEGE FOR THG MANCFAC'&URE >r Beach in front of the Buoy Office.
ForYOUNG LADIES, Roanoke,Va. M d u idin C Bu ldin Aply at Buoy Office. t

Eg- H ESPupianos and equipment. Campus ten acres. Grand d
.mountain scenery in Valley of Virginia, famed Iinfts to lPub'^e Spenlkes.
If you haven't argiar hr althy .l -mn of thtbe for health. European and American teachers. : e. t
bowei vpry, dav.y:'u'TlU..r. l.. Kepynar Full course. Con servatoy advantages in Art, e4 ,TSQ t 1- e 11 o d t Never refer I st:: e uy to the poor.,
bowels open, anl be wollb '-aoic, it the shape of Music and Elocution. Certificates Wellesley. Bury fLL.'LL.7f l(jS lris brands -ouv at once .s a dema-
violent physaLe or pll poIon, ia dangerous. The Students from 30 States. For catalogue address Tsbrandy ou at oce a ema-
nmootheit, easiest, moet prftct way ol keeping MATTIE P. HARRIS, President, Roanoke Va. .. .v Never Say anything respectful ,
the br.wels ciuar aud clear, tu take Mats. GBRTRUD HAIS BOATWRIGHT, Vice-Pres. -------" "
CANDY '-- O P- f f T~ corporate wealth. In so doing you
gATH M>T| IHAIR BALSAM ,' llr In- g a hired numL. f
J l'ono.a luxurian t agr.t. -:i:":; Never u:e -.1...: if you want respect l
__lai t o its Y ouu Coor. .. .)Cable oe to take stock in you. Nev-

-i -o F- .-ha l s r ua e You r2 a I 11 t 1 1 The masses ha'te
-"'d1.. ..at Drug'&,t .hI *.t
M~ther~ray'slSweet Powders for Cliil. --.

Good. r n0, a u h bo s destroyy wot ms, 3,OUR OOD- E TH BES'O-- ver praise. forefate-." A-

SterlingRemedyCompany ChicagoorNewYork. never fail. At all drugglsts, 25e. Sam- \ cc'' ry pride i i:s te"s ing. Never ip
KEEP YOUR BLOOD GaonaLEAN Le y Pot it Y.01 odeross en Ole ann plan-n nad tUt It i
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Irils IMoicIlS, Fancy N Tolet Articles

I Hano Qack Nostrums.
DR, JI, JKESTER, M. D, Dru :ist.


In Effect April 14, 1901
No 4 No, 2 No. 8 No. 1
2 3: '- n'n 11:05 p.m. Leave Pen-;ilola, A'rr ve i,:0 ;4 in. -1:00 p.ni
S2.. p m 1:02 a.m, Fh'.. i, .a; x 2::l. :i m. 2:., '
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.2 *l 7:30 9 , ': ,'ain '*- -:*.* p.m. 9:30 a m,
NOR i11.

No. 2 No. 4 iN
1:05 p.m. 12.:,.,p. m. Leave Pcnsaoola Arrive 4:0
6:15 a.m. 6i0 Arrive Montgomeay Leave 11:1
1:59 9.. Birmingiham 8:3
2:30 8:50 a.m LIisiville '" 9:1
7:20 I.. '" Cn'in'' ti :0
7:20 p.m 1 30 p.an St. Louis i 4:14

No. 21
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The Pursuit of Happiness.
"What I want," said the earnest cit-
oen, "is to see a state of affairs which
till give every man a chance to work."
"Yes," answered the cheerless pci:-' ln.
but that won't give entire satisfac-
'on. What nearly everyb,-dy is look-
ng for is a chance to do nothing and
lke everybody else work."-Wash-
*L t^un Star.
His Model.
Cr'ii.-That villain in your story is
perfect masterpiece. Where did you
et the character? Novelist-I imag-
ned a man possessed of all the forms
f wickedness which my wife attrib-
tes to me when she Is angry.-London
On and Off.
Mrs. Hightone--You are having trou-
le with your eooks? Mrs. Flashly-
'he first one carried on so. Mrs. High-
one-And how about the last? Mrs.
'lashly-She carried off so. I lost two
resses and a hat.
"Jenkins Is a mmaa of remarkable per-
"Is he?"
"Yes, Indeed. TIe has tried six dif-
erent kinds of hair restorer, and he
wasn't given up the fight yet."
Where there Is much pretension there
s much that has been borrowed; na
ure never pretends.-Lavater.

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No. 2
- Pensacola. Ar 10:50 p. in.
Bohemia. 10:37 .'
Yniestra. 10:34 "
Escambia. 10:32 "
Mulat 10:23 "
Harp 10:21 "
Gait City 10:15 "
Miltou 10:10 "
Good Range ...
Holts 9:35 "
Milliean 9:20 '*
Crestview 0:13 ""
Deer Land 8:55 "
Mossy Head 8:40 "
DeFuniak Springs S:18
Argyle 7:44 "
Poncede Leon 7:29 "
WVe-tville 7:17 "
Caryville 7:12 "
Bonifay 6:55 .1
Chipley 6:37 "
Cottondale 6:18 "
Marianna 6:00
Cypress 5:38
Grand lUadge 5:32
Sneads 5:21 'i
RiverJunetion Leave 51:> pm.,

No 3
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1o, wmIte h-i ton did
;riuoLost" lhti pu'O.~
ii. ~. ~-i~ .-ixh' tupbiIteu
'I rP~ht-: -, ''tlie h r'i)11 nuilra

<'- r. aleoirtwo
.1.~ ~ ~ 1- im s-'1 ~ .'1t smrpass. The
'Toxv, sc t(v V gC)s*t be p1 e-1 : Vd to
~ x'o<'I>,-- a L rlt:-lit peer

si~~ ~ ~~ ),I P.. a oodeal fall-
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an Cmvtcir. s-' v c-l man and l-i:,g. ~
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1,';'tn'l r-tmo-e lIll e mitd could nai
'Il'li.4 SO ~. untcso'~.Yet If
Oi-. 1;-:A7 L~db lu c Av'et ith tMe
POM- ,lsOF.V1% T;t'W Oelie wolild
eqiz' t x s.' tnriirg (-d'ijpit In mertory ot
u itJI' ;1vewit hts 1been more
Ofi-T 1 : -i thn Lh: x'ht'i::
C-0041'Tit's co0ld,41hut 'oI. Could never
Of L is ;re:, a) life h~e lost a day.
jtu~..sr V.,At. Tt'eiit in "olu uni

___________________a_ ..- ..- --i--- .w s- -----i..-.- .
A Wake up your liver. Cure
your constipation. Get rid
r-I of your biliousness. Sold
for 60 yeors. J.O.Aerc..o

Want your moustache or beard B U KINGHA M'S DYE
Beautiful brown or richbiack? 1JTe n .. .:..,..k. :. . ,. -


(ill Attend to Payment of T'axes

and Collection of Rent for Non-Residents.


Thle Allaton Limbor Comlpafly,



)U ( I 0 R I) E S 8 E I) L U M B E ,
sether Large ;,r Small. Write for Prices.

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.* ** = r- rms. She.lillNh. "
i re; ,,',o L i t ti -: '. :,i.,l cil vilized
world lbetV ;-,:u the eleventh and the
rt-vut -.':h c(l:Ituries behxeved that the
t"barni.c. -.w" hatched from that
peci..-s of :i ;:o.,-: l 11. I 1 the barnacle.
The story wa: first told by Cambrenals
and was devoutly believed by all Chris-
tendom for more than half a thousand
years. A well known sicntlitlc writer,
reviewing the opinions of Cambrensas,
says: "Av'ording- to our venerable au-
thority, the barnacle goose Is generated
from logs of wood allowed to decorm-
pose In the water. When decomposi-
tion has fairly begun, small bumps on
the log may be observed. Little by
little these Increase in size, and finally
assume the form and shape of a mass
of barnacles, which is well known as
a kind of shelltish. Soon after the
shell, or husk, bursts open and a full
grown goose may be seen in the water
clinging to the log only by its bill. A
few days longer It continues to draw
Its nourishment from the log, then
breaks awny in the form of a perfect
goose, exercising all the functions of
IUs kind."
Getting quiok Action.
"The ga Tbling Instinct, once aroused,
will make the victim gamble with any-
thing," said a Detrolter. "I saw two
gamblers meet the other day and in-
dulge In a quick gamble with 50 cent
pieces. 'Odd or eveu?' naked the first.
'Odd,' suld the second. And the man
with the odd date on the coin won.
Ills half dollar was dated 1879. The
other was ditedl 19.si). Another game
Is played with dolhir bills. It Is 'green-
back p)okr'r,' auid was hlitcli-ed In Wash-
*ngton. E'-li hill l '-rs it series num-
ber-say, th;i7';::n-l or the like. In the
number cited are two nines and three
sixes-a 'ftill house.' The next man
may have a bill iiua.li-irel 722438P9.
He has, you observe, two pairs.
"'Hig1h wins,' the players say on
meetlutr. each holding his bill out of
sight. Thien tli-y compare and settle
up. 'Greenback poker' Is a good quick
wuy to lo*e a whole lot of money."
"1 regret to siay," remarked the young
physician, "that you have peristaltic
neurilemuia. The symptoms are un-
"Dear me!" exclaimed the astonished
patient. "What in the world is peri-
staltic neurilemmn,. doctor?"
"It is, sir, the disease from which you
are suffering." answered the young M.
D. haughtily.--Chicago News.


WITH Dr. King's

New Discovery
FOR UCHSand 6 50c &$1.00
SOLDS Free Trial.
Surest and Qu r.ket Cure for all


AwvRneTPending a keth ntAni 1i:-aeription .Mal
li ki' r asteri ll lii tr O|i.iiii n t'rce whetl as
irlnv hii' rn Is prihably pntental0.Ce. -'[.1in M -
,nnBit rictl"rniiil.W, unlih. HindbookonPat 'a
sent free. l1e-it niency fur 9 .curing patent.
Patents taken tlrr.uh Munnm & Co. recci '
specIrtal nwLce, without char,.e, ID the

Scientific imerican.
A haiininmeily lihislrated weekly. Largest etr
Cuhri ,ini f ais .,i.'eiil,'l" J.iiriiil. Terms, $3 a
year; four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers.
MUNN Co.3618roadway, New York
Brance huico. C 5 F St. Washington. D. C.

Two aps---Eac-$1
31.)5 0 iichiem, correctly planted and
ehowingi all the mIore important
buiil'lng--i, of great value to any
enoteoontvirplating purchasihlg prop-
e:'ty ili town. It covers about four
siius of coast lrie, extending east-
wArd front lDyef 's. P['oit to and cil-
,in;tiii.i Old St. Anidrews, with cor-
riiIiii.iliig territory inland. Price
(')tli Dollar, at the BUOY Oi)ico.
Shiwin g all the lar.ds disposed of by
the (.CiinCiiainti Company, also locates
Harrisonii, Parker, Cronmauton and
adj -.ceat country. The pint of the
Ilits is ino shown, but by tile aid of
ihi' mailp the a;llri xii iatt lio'atiIn of
any clt is ea-ily dI-teti, ined. Price
One l).Illar, at the l'iio Of tflio.
Either imap will Ie mt by mainl Iti
an 'y ailtri. i tii. r-ei' i;.t of thi ii iLce.

Our Clubbing List.
T'l'e 1 ;LI) has made very ',hoeral cluli
in .ti aI ni i-in ti. with a few ofithe verVt
sev I[u1.li cal i,'ions in the eouln try altd for
he p1,,'.-n, t an il ii le,'i for a whole year
Thie BUYV and
li. roit Fee i'ro,' (twice-a-week
and Year li lo i.......... 1 7'
The Fla, T. U. & Citizen, daily for $5 85
do Semi weekly,for.l1 55
Scientific American' l .... 3 5J
Fu imcir an IF 'rnui Grower'" ... 2 55
Floiidut AA ri-l liv-1 i i ... 2 55
do clubs of 5, each ... 2 2.
Farm Jointail, Plhil-m.l'a, monthly I 10
Ciucina.ti 1 u1i.miriur twice a week
ltr e p- tg,-' each issues ..... 1 75
AllanlaC-.l, titi tioU I ... 1 75
N. Y. World (thrice a wleek)..... 1 70
The Cosmopolitan.............. 1 75
The Criterion................... 1 50
For any or either of the above publica-
lious in connectionU with the BUOY, ad.
dros all ordor' to IHE BUOY,
St. Andrew, Fla.

For Sale!
We ,cffer for sale a strip from the
south slide of the north half of the
northwest quarter of section 10. town-
ship 4 south, range 14 west, running
from til,- -hi'boiT house to Watson bayou,
adljoincmg T Mi', d-" oil tli.: south. Will be
sold in acre quai1t,-i:r, or balf-acro lots.
The price asked will be according to
locatlmn. W. A. EMMONS & CO.

Polmon In War.
The use of poison in war was once
considered not only permissible, but
commendable, and was defended by
no less an authority than Wolff.
There are reported instance of wells,
springs, ponds and streams being poi-
soned as a military measure. Even In
our time instances are numerous of the
Intentional defilement of drinking wa-
ter supplies by throwing the bodies of
animals into the stream or pond.

Notice of Application for Tax
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Laws of
Notice is hereby given that A. E.
Register, purchaser of Tax Certificate.-
Nos. 127, 152, 158, 163'and 165, dates ti-.
6th day of June, A. D., 1904, has filed sail
certificates in my office, and has ma le
application fr tax deed to issue in accord-
ance with law. Said certificates embrace
the t allowing described property situated
in Washinton c)unity, Florida, to-wi:
Block 32 of the nw* sec. 5, tp. 4s r. 14 w;
Lots 10, blk 3; 13, blk 13; wj lot 1, blk 2:
lots 13 and 14, blk 31 of the si of see. 3U,
tp 3s, r. 15w. The said land being a-
eosed at the date of the issuance of s'u I
rtificates in the name of Win. Stansbur..
Uniss said certificates shall )e redeeniei
according to law, tax deed will issut-
thereon on the 23d day of August, A. ID.
Witness my official viignature and seal
[L.S.] this the 13i ,da y..fJul, 4 --
1906. W.I. LOCKEY,
Cletrk Circuit Court
of Washington County, Florida.

Notice of Application for Tax De,,l
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4. b
Laws ot Florida.
Notice is hereby given that G. W.
Earnshaw, purchaser of Tax Certficati.
No. 166. dated the 6th day of June, A. i...
1904 has filed said certificate in my otfiC-,
and has made application for a tax dents
to issue in accordance with law. Said
certificate embraces the following de-
scribed property situated in Washiugti.,
county, Florida, to-wit: The ej of I t 34
block 33, stY of section 35, tp. 3s, r. 15%%.
The said land being assessed at the date
of the is uance of snch certificate in the
name of Unknown. Unless said certificate
shall be redeemed according to law, tax
deed will issue. thereon on the 28th, day
of August, A. D.. 1906.
Witness my official signature and seal
[L. s ] this the 24th day of July, A D.,
1906. W.C. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Court,
Washington County, Florida.

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 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, viz:
ELAM C. FREE, of Nixon. Fla.
Hd 30484 for the ei of nw and nwi of
ne* of see, 36, tp Is, r. 12w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon

and ce tivatiou Uf said laud, v
,P'lweri Nixon, Richard A
James Nixon. andi C Mclunia
Fla. W. G. ROBINSON, r

Jnne 18, 1906.
Notice is hereby given that t
ing-named settler has filed not
intention to make final proof
of his claim, and that said pro
made before the clerk of the eir
at Vernon, Fla. on Au,. 20. 19
JOHN H. I ORTER, of Econfi
Hd No. 29231 for the wY2 of'
se1L of nwi and swi of ne
tr.= l' 1 r.
He ni.mes :the following wi
proved his continuous residence
cultivation of said land, viz:
Jesse M, Mashbnrin, Thos.
burn, W, A. Pinckney and
Brown, all of Eeonfina, Fla.
W. G. RomINsoN, R
L'Editor's fee paid.

June 18, 190d,
Notice is hereby given tha
lowing named settler has filed
his intention to make fital pro
port of his claim, and that si
vill be made before the Cl
Circut Court at Vernon, Fla.
20, 190t, v:z:
Hd 30795 for the nwi of sec.
r. 14w.
He names the folo winv" wi
prove his continuous reside
and cultivation of said land, vi
Samuel Blampied, and Tl
Nixon, of Tomakins, Fla., and
Saxon and James B. Grant, of
non, Fla. W. G. ROBINSON, I
A h"Editur's fee paid.

Notice of Applicreation for T
Under Seel ti, &of Chapte
Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby givin t1
C'amil,'.ll.' purchaser of' Tiaxt
1,,. 14t, .h It.,l the itC h -d.,- 4. ,
1!ni ih s riled said certificate
rice, and has made atpplica',io
deed to issue in accordance
Said certificate embraces the
described property situated in
ton county, Florida, to-wit: b
lot-5,.of section 14, tp 4t, r.
taid land being assessed at the
issuance of such certificate in
or Unknown. Unless said.
shall lie redeemed according t
deed will issue thereon on the
August, A. D. Iiii.
Witness my official- signature
[L. s.j this the 1th day of
1906. W.C LOCK
Clerk Circuit
Washington County,

Notice of Executo
(Of Final Settlement.
In Court of County Judge, Star
ida,. In re Estate of R. F.
Washington County.
Nutii'e is hereliy given, to a
may concernn tbat on the 1st da
'tember, A. D. 1906, we shall ap5
Honorable J. R. Wells, Jud
Court, as Judge of Probate, fo
discharge as executrix and e
the estate of R. F. Brackin
and at the same time we will
said court our final accounts as
and executor of said estate an
their approval.
Dated Feb. 6Sh, A. D., 1906.
CARI.rs IE. B1,


Land office at Gaineavill Fla.
June 18, 1906. t
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 clerk of
the circuit court at Vernon, Fla., on
"Aug. 20, 1906, viz:
SIDNEY S. SANDERS of Fountain,
Hd No. 35075, forthe wi of nwi of see.
4 aed ei of net of sec. 5, tp. 1s, r. 12w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and: cultiation of said. land. viz:
M tttl iw i Xi ,til, \'iil Mcleod and
Gvor.-e Elli.iof Eointaiu, Fla., and Jas.
Waiden of Nixon, Pla.
\V. G HIIuNSON, r :gi.ster.
Land UTice' at Gaiiic--vile, FlIl, I
I n I s-i: I'' i (1
Notice is hlirewbv given tllat .the (01-
Ih\ II-r^ ricarried -etitlcr l- Ialh,'I '1iit'1-ce ol
hi.r, i.il_.l~ti,,n ..-(t Iii i-;Q comnnjim ation
pi l'/ti in iii|lopi i. of .hi l'tai!i-, and that
Saih ii ii io f v. il( lie mnail. r..h th,.- Clirk
of thl: Circuit (ilouIL tat Vi'noun Fla.,
On .\ i 2(. "11t. lyI.ili, .,;'z .,
JA.\ME WA\L[)EN, of Ni.on. Fla .
Lid :!:'71'i, ifur tie ,ii. ,) I1 a nd nj uf n '.
(if -:.-: :.3 tp. In. r 1 -.-.
I-c hi;la e tiIi t fo lowinf, \,-itLe-&sses to

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aild (c111ti.1iilxl Or'f :-:1111 lanj, I iz:
INI, alit wi''Nroan S. S Sanilrem', WNl
'ti ,,nanid ThLLIUza le- ~ d l
Fou m a iu Fa-Fb



ti, (I , ,

As a child little Hannah Wray was
very proper. As a young girl she was
more proper still. As a young lady.
wven her very proper father, Deacon
Wray, and her very proper mother, his
wife, never had to criticise or caution.
As Hannah kept adding years to her
age and wa finlually spoken of as an
old maid her proper father and mother
died, and she weut to live with her
brother Dan.
Dan was hard headed and hard
working and not at all a proper person
from some points of view, but that did
not affect Hannah any. She had been
'eft $3,000 In cash, had never had a
beau nor read a love story, and she felt
t t nall she had to do in this world was
to keep right on beiug proper.
Cue day another proper young wom-
an came to call,on Hannah. She wasn't
quite as proper as Miss Wrny, for she

iz: !i.-l oni,.e permitted a yuui'y man to
Rowell. wIalk La,,'. from church wlth her, but
oegiNter she was ltry:U her best to be forgiven
t.[y so.kJety )r t'-sit sin.

MTlON V.When jhe departed she left a chr-cule r
.i. ri-ti' jr,, inld Tij t'i-_:h picked it ip
ERIOR and gave It a careless look. A moment
,F."A "later she was turning pale and gasping
he follow- for breath. Two minutes later she was
tice of his upstairs in her room and blushing aa-
in support she read. It was a circular from a
of will be matrimonial bureau.
-cult court Not with.sttindi:xg her properness,
i)6 via:. Hannah had heard of such things, but
the nwY, only to be horrified. She was horrified
of sec. 12, now. She was also Interested. She was
horrified that her caller should be In re-
tnesses to ceipt of such literature and interested
upon and to know if men and women did really
get married through such agencies.
L. Mash- For five minutes she refused to read
John B. further than the heading. Then she
looked all around her room, gave a
register. shudder and proceeded to devour every
word. She even read the circular twice
MTION. over. It was a call to all those in love
to send on 50 cents and receive the
ERIOR. names of three persons' with whom
,FLA., they might correspond. On the books
at the fol- of the agency, so it was stated, were
notice of the names of heiresses and wealthy
of in sup- widows pining for husbands, as well
aid proof as widowers with millions and young
erk of the men needing wives to help them take
,on Aug. care of Inheritances. The reader was
assured that there were governors, sen-
Bnyhead, ators and railroad presidents making
use of the agency.
12. tp. 2s, Hannah Wray found her heart beat-
tnessestoIng faster as she read, and when she
ne s upoto glanced at the glass she found that she
z upon was blushing. Her first thought was
aom as C. to rush after her friend and restore the
lienj. W. circular and cut her acquaintance for-
Bayhead, evermore. Her second was to keep the
Register. circular and read it over again. Of
course she acted on second thought.
She did more than that. She allowed
rax Deed her mind to dwell on it and romance
)r 4888 to creep over her unromantic soul, aud
after two or three days she could read
hat McK. It without blushing.
'c ritifi-ate That should li -nd however.
'-nr, .. .. VtLr, tLeve.r wJuei 1 ermit Derseilr
in my of- to send away 50 cents and receive the
n for tax
with law, names. She stuck to this resolution
following for thr-e days, and then she sent off
Washing- the money. It was the first letter she
5 acres in had ever written to any one except a
14w; The relative. It was the first time in two
dste of the years she had visited the village post-
the name office. The day the letter was mailed
certificate Dan Wr:vy's wife said to him as he
to law. tax was milking the cow In the barn:
23d day of "Say, Dan, something is wrong with
re and seal Hannah."
JIl V A D. "What do you mean?" he asked.
EY, "She's got something on her mind.
Court, Two or three times today I've enug'ht
lorida. her looking in the glass and acting
girly. I'm not'quite sure of it, but I
have a feeling that when she went
r. downtown it was to post a letter.
) What do you think it is?"
teof Flor" "I know she had mumps, measles
Brackin. and the chicken pox the same time I

11 whom it did," replied Dan after thinking things
ay of Sep. over, "nu 1 she can't be coming down
ply to the with any of those."
ge of said "Of course not. Didn't I say I cuunht
r our final her acting girly?"
xecutor of "And what's that?"
deceased. "Why, twisting herself and simper-
present to ing and trying to blush."
c ask tfor "Well, what's that the sign of?"
"Dan Wr.ay, you don't know beans
when the bag's untied. It means that
ACKIN, Hannah is in love. Yes, sir; old as she
eeutrix. is, she's e(itIher in love or wants to bo,
t iIN. and it's our duty to keep an eye uni
\e-mI-s,. -

"Well, let
as he turned
settled mat
cerned, for
In due tit
to her letter
as single, m
tempered, a
the names o
ed just such
If the old
she would h
with all thi
decided th
didn't even
long days.
better of p
her letter w
next five or
away to hei
ent ways,
brother was
change had
"'What do
'd the wife
aga in.
con White
sp).,irug atir
"No, Do)ta
"S!h keel
the gl: '-s aI]
bLunjinri a
and -e' it


I -

"'Tot there t.-
us In the .:t.1,
wl'eu I,.a< tB;;
ty to "!ile', lki."
"Ol'', 0( .'-.J
seat with i.L ,:
p'!il llgh:ty :
felt the L:>J-..'r;
VOice, "iUpl Ijt'
lant c-a. alr ip..
horses. .ou. kiM
A J.;ui:r.r'
road- lWoi.id, ,ii
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h a
S d

r sl
r sli
s C

If I
rou t

r love," answered Dan
Shis milking, and that
as far as he was con-
tle while.
lannah received a reply
e had described herself
ately wealthy and good
he agency had sent her
ree rich men who want-
fe as she would make.
hadn't been so proper
opened correspondence
f them. As it was, she
ne was enough. She
Ide that until she had
her feelings for three

romance finally got the
ice and propriety, and
uly mailed. During the
days she gave herself
er-in-law in fifty differ-
even the hard headed
spelled to notice that a
a place.
think it Is, Daun?" ask-
te sat on the milk stool

now, Lucy. IIa Dea-
y othbtr widower been

'pilng nud looIking in
-Ii. lu .. i I,,vs ,-hi';'
ia d.iy. I h,.;rdl her
r.- rgt; i ui,-tairs to, iay.
0_. ''nig te. thlt p,)t-


,!iug C-Alu a rd Bui.-vs'sc' t~us Notir
b. ut, s'anu'n dci'atiicou"C1 haveu hopi:
4 O~n aw-y. Sliain (erriIsh X 115thorc
~ut tI., ')YN 1 leii u'n- l'' W
Ilaslwcl by tho 'tluou,4it Citn~tIlr'
was noaeriI sill beside her, in fi'cu,
0O 5OU'that coveted l)Li(' s' tht 11OFIi
'jad bldoly ordered bIls rival to thj
tiout seat.
Any mail -with red bloody In his vi
ouild scarcely blame Bt lirg(ii$5 torn bi
mi-inoe'ucr'ilu- The gHI l ws a hWitch
111g, little figure, inutlled III [115. Ua('0
quetthi"-.')rd un usiai o t tutiig of
hot' piq-n-t atfncc. iund TOliiin. Ve
B"esliicut nover seen 1hor ki,oh ro.t

rji I -All.

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I : 1 ,' ,' '. ". ,r-' ,' ]. t. .. .'! -.mi 1.
'u ud inau nre both Eafente : h. ,,&., .,,, i ..
Slauzrlhctl Iu reply, aud .-.: t ,, u"-av ;" *; !i .'
- at 6 c ,ilh l. I I .
.t w as d scn -.'-se-. h u-hr J it w a l m t:","1]'-'- t I.-
-pit.d maid had hb,-r letter. .I t it w. n s .- L.
iek d uoston, ~ind never -.ol,: , Y t '. t I -r -
be wuy from the post- ,,[l.s,r ,, ,,i i h.. 1 .::.rr..l . S 0so long. r.,,:1ii:..' "il ;or ;i t: ,* ,;, m tf c l f .
;rl]ncy Livinstone Lap- tm,. r.:r: .,;1,:, Mr'i|.,;l i;,,,,hy ,.,i I, .
g.ot her addr -s from ,, -,, ,.i,,-... :, ,],: t- ..i. ,i
fiit y dwas forty years t t- i ..'. 1 .
ip tIli t nud a widower, :. th, n,s..i ,w tG,- .n I!,. ,
letter full of sentimeut -h. i hb ,-- i lli I- h ,,
o please. If he didn't which he excelled. I-Te knw the "avio:,
Sm codfish, he at least key" drill of the United States cavalr:
uch an old maid's heart, as he knew the alphabet.
... They talk of Cossacks and Bedozi;

t- a Ijprope.i puuerson su
me she had read it three
annah Wray had gone
thIrty five years' record.
rronounc..d him a darling
she got re0iy to answer
after ehe had written and
n wlnked his wife out
shed aud whispered:
nger in the house?"

tell you n-e
ope.n. -Surpp
come long u
"I gltr,'w'e y.
fro.uiu ht,"I
ag1it thoe .It-
Nait d:ty t]
It afls Io.,tuj
In her lifU dl
oif5ice houe se
It was frocm
hi ia, who La
the agi-ney
old. a r.-tirecl
nud he wrote(
ai-l a da i -i!'
know hash
knew how to
no matter -
was. by the
times over
back on her
She mentally
of a man, aun
the epistle.
mailed--t D
Into the woon
"Got any g
"No. Why
"I'll go do.
some. I've tI
she ailn't iu 1
colic then I
"In love '
"She's In I.
you. Do you
love ,.oiugs
looking cIa-
"But her
"That's xi
now. But

SS- wiue is
'oirO ie l' i 'oo.

ham, and fi
and romance
The sixth
visit the v.il
him, and w.,
shady lane I
"Well?" a
had told the
"I'll be in
replied Dnt a.
And he wa
and the vill
Quincy urri-
did Dan. Di
cleared that
without Han
draw her mo
flir, wl'h h!b
ippe 'rnul ut a

Lvyowl his rei
Htnunh hai.
room for tho
might havet
not Dan call
"Say, Han,
"I'm-I'm a
"A shil tl._ed,
the prop -r,_.3t
around here.
churn na'ii, .
llkiing'for to_.
been for you
him. Come
cume pioper!

:' 'cl;haef Jtc.s
,..).t t, I --..., '

I >oum for all sevelln o
0l HisS'," :-it i i. lll.t.
--i L-iu Invited th- par-

C,Li. ride on tl' front
ii\-Cr," u ii:c.t;..- b had re-
u,uh., i.,ij.. Gormley
rreniit ,f malice In his
thi-' horses,. 'T.-oe gal-
Slike to be about

aw had left the clay
Sit lard freeze fohu',v-
tji.ian to I ii,...ith Iron,

.:.l (lt.- .:WiI -t .,i thbe wat,u"j on the
li.rd .s- ri., :,.. ..... far th.',ugh the
1'.,r.-iU.t..-, dli .ri!Lg cold of the moon-

It was the eight of the Grangers'
party at .Ir-t'Jr1- .Id town hall, five miles
from Sl.-'ui, Kiad u week before Bur-
g,.i had ln\.t -i a half dozenayoung
i--.:pl of tS-iovim,, to attend, riding over
In his i.l..tih. 'i'e thaw had necessi-
tated the <-h.ir, fr'jwm sh.-iih to wagon.
"I wish I tidu't come, I wish I
hadn't conit', ..at incessantly in
Gormley's Ir.l to tli: steady cl.,i--,.lr
of the horses' q--t. "I had no business
to do it. itui r is a boor. H e-never
f'.r -;- his -I yi.y, nor remembers his
manners. V": .,, into mo,u I woiu-
dier"' and i-;. more -..' the same sort
of setf I',- -i lo.t, for Gormuley knew

Arabs atd LInldhanr- and the way these
savages i i,.!.' a hov'e. but the ma;
who follows the yeiow guiudou is a lit
tie the best horseman of them all. And.
Captain "Moily" Gorrn.ily, Troop A
First cavalry, state troops, rode like v
re-ular whether in th-u saddle, bare-
backed over the hurdles or s Fau,.i :1,
each if(t planted ~ frinly on the back o'
a g.llo;iin, horse. Besides the first
q:. i.i ,' on of a cavahryun'.n he hadu
the oth.:r r5quiite for an o.llcer, thi:
gift of conmunand, and even West PI'oit
can't toach that. So despite the fact
that his body quailed at the si:ht of
blood Cori.jl-'y's spirit sang with the
notes of tbe i;,i'1. when Troop A, tw(-'
long straight lines of men and horsee-
.-ur.,a beautifully In unisou, passe(;
in review at camp.
The -i..! :h of his creation-he ha-
made Troolp A the pride or t-- i en.,'i,.P
giu:.ird i; the two years it lad '.v: .
-,. i::Y 1--:. hgi'.-" lihtened ti o _i.'
wvhi'ch habo d ovv-rspreasu Gor(;~, .' .
its. IIu r *r.. .i ,-with cousid -.'.ic
e.:': that r.3 . .:e-, could not '- .-
Th(l big f''llow did not '.;.-,Tr' -
toroes a' l feared thorn. T'I-', b... 1;
hlin crept out, too, on borVT '.-nk. 1-
S'-, h,. it merely disciipliae to; je. k 1.
head of his mcuunt cruelly a;id \:t: :.
reason. Purgoes was not a i;:e-iber o'
f! 'o A. Maybo this Ling :-t "'cavalr..
men" had been: due to envy.
Even the possibility that .B.raess 'n
vied hima was belui to (iou:ni,;., s sor
heart. And If he could on;: ,,ian it t-
as to s!t by Sylvia on the hUo' --.w rd
journey now his cup of joy- would ;,
full. It was a mighty .ho., depths of despair almos-t to:') !; ,Lis ani.
cle of bliss in one short b 'f hour, but
Gormley was young, and youth has
hope for a heritage.
Insensib-y the young imTn was at-
trnclel by the beauty of e nli bh..
The burnished moon glistened n ml-
lions of t!ny fleoatin- frost crystals un-
til they .-;'iri'..-1 like diamond dust.
To the westward the ill-u0k roadway
unrolled before them liko a velvet
ribbon. Beaver creek crossed beneath
it a hundre-d yards away. From the
lowland borderlg l tIe cr-'k i h) roa-'
bad been .'-. :d to a he?;bt of flfty.
feet, and thick e:wb..iiikineut v.-:as nar
row, steep and dangerous. A raillin.
on each side hbodged in the roadway.
Tonight nothing was visible beloni
that railing. A mist, white and soflt
as cotton wool. rose from the swamp\
low g --; :r'd and rolled in noiseless bil.
lows to the Lh i:,t of the road. The
advance of the cl ttering w-. :i n and
Its occupants into this heaving w, te
silence seemed ai0o;;t uncanny. It
was as a sea which might rise and
engulf them.
The others were simiuriry impressed
it wv.'lil sc-.en, for the tutick va-is so:ue
wLnt quieter. The te,:.m arf r three
miles of brisk movemnltut wNs i ng'ttig
warmed up r"l danced -, .:. The
41A r tTt '.T t i '' r- '1 'f' '
,'qn r tnt! *-, *-' : \ -. '. .. '-i
ly at night, in .. i i:i,r Beavp r 'et'e":
Lt. +& ie pulled :-,...:,"-. to bring; th
horses to a walk. tbeou *. -..--.' b:'+k-
ward suddenly. The righ.'Lt rein had
broken near hi, hand.
What followed for the first pI'r'l. I
moment was like a scene from a horrid
dream to Gormley. There was a con-
fusion of shouts and shrieks from the
wagon box behind. The horses were
crowded to the left of the road by the
pull of the one sound rein, to which
the driver still clung stupidly. They
plunged into the railing; It cracked,
then gave way beneath their weight.
The nigh horse was partially off the
road, scrambling desperately with its
hind foot-on the treacherous side of the
embankment. And still the relentless
rein, dragging at the frenzied animals'
bits, impelled them over the edge of
the road.
In a flash Gormley saw the only
course that would save them, the girl
he loved and the others. There was
no time to get down and reach the
bits. He might save himself by jump-
ing, but Sylvia, wedged In the box,
would be rolling over and over to pit-
eous disfigurement or death. "Drop
It!" lhe shouted fiercely at the driver,
and the latter instinctively loosened
his grasp on the line.
Gormley scrambled over the foot
board and on to the tongue of the
wagon. He throw himself astride *ti-
off horse.. 4 w_.-ll dJirected .uriie vviah


Tlhiiis the latest and IIost complete
Hand :'-o\v for' n ikinr plants in the garden. It
mel l-dl.jus tal ,le; the w .ig'ht the block to
i hic1 tlih, 1,1:,], i-, sutia c-led ke ps it in the
I'prn1imt,, anli thib ilIpth of plowing Is regulated
I l il tii ,. ti- hianidles. A I- 'yv or girl of ten
-' i l' l hn;'n- 1- it with peri -if-et. In It hlias a
-i "-4- I -ti-I, l u % I.c.I. th..- th-_.'i t of which makes.
the il''s li.hi ,, of tiraft. It has five blades: I is
: a u iiiir nI11i, 2 a siv'l, 3 a .wec-por weeding
u I ,% ., 4 a lill--ion;iuL',u a, 5 a rake. W rench
A.> v"mlh -ni- I, lw.
W\, Inase maell arrangements by
w:.i..li >an furnish this plw at
Sti1 a l'y Ipricc, $:3.7n. with

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reight to St. Ar i,. --v Bay about ori, ii 11.i'. mikil; I he pliw, delivered
$4.50. But the BuoY proposes to do b.-tt'r i tl.1an in hiU will send the t1n,"
one vear and furnish one of these plows conimp-lec at the factory for $4.50
purchaser to pay freight
The 1)low may be seen in operation at the edi'(.r'- n .-idc( r ce at aIHY time
Order from the BUOY direct.

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DR. MTCEL'St G TOR At ^Dr. Iitchell's Srug Stire.
@ A S ti K .... .. . ... ... .. ,. ., I i,- R1 o -I c .. ...a n.... . ... .' i .. i . . .r

Sold at St. A.nolh,-ws U-,.,', Fla.. n[ S.oId t St. ,.nMire .N r .a Fla
DR. MITCHELL'S DifUIG STORE. At Dr. Mitchell's Drug Sh16re.
*WCa11 for free sn-imle.

-is ngnc nana secure the proKcn reum,
and the same movement wrenched i',,-
animal's head sharply to the right.
Leaning far 'out, he seized the other
struggling animal by the bits with li;-'
left hand utnd pulledI with all blh
s:'e,:,"'i. The hoofts of the frant!<
horse struck fire from the emlaa. -
ment edge. For an lustant the whol
outfit trembled toward destruction, bu1
the pull to the ri-ht never slackened
t: ,+ u-:b hours -- secured a foothold an
In: -t. at-d tie l-it.'t'er \v '- --.
"Iow id you: to,". ; uo' sq ,; .',.I.
ly "' .''_ ; t ,! . . ,' ... I ,.
C r't-n'.+ t ,*- ( d -. m t ',-'..

stint't." ren'pied i' G" l.hy. 'Y : scc
ti.. t'.'i-- of rldin/: on.e h'.o-se bare'b.ati
n d'J '.'" : -; ;,-r -5 p,.rt c? i .. .
aIry 'o:-' I learned it year-
ngo wh'len I v-, a -,; -
P.ure'os- '-o-';s (o'i n t it ; id:t;-r hat
red s!nce that nii hit. ro"r it wasv ( i .'
who insisted oau c'h Fe:';aI,, eAts witih
Gormnly. and that brought Gonried
into a pi'p. b eide Miss -i' '-h. Tlev
engapotaent was announced next ,-ii).
all as a result of the ride home after
the d( i.,,..
The betrothal kiss, given when the
waning moon was smothered by v
cloud, was doubly sweet to Gormley,
for Buirg-. wa.s scarce a yard away.

Rewarded lnm.
"Excuse 11U. mum. I was goln' tt
try to git you interested-in a face l>o
lion that 'ud make the ugliest skih
beautiful, but I see you don't nee,
nothing' like that."
"Well-er-I think I'll buy a box of 1:
for a friend of mine."-IIouston Post.

Mrs. Browi, -d .- seems to have go'
over the death of her first husjbanid
Mr. Brown-Yes, but her second ins
band hasn't.

Wise men. though all laws were abol-
!shed, would lead the same lives--Aris-
,p n '- ,

He Wore the Robe.
A story is told of the late Dr. Peddle,
a Scotch minister, to whom his congre-
gation had presented a pulpit robe. He
lhad never worn a robe. aud. after ac-
.I *\vi'h.,.:irig the gift, he said he would
wait in the vestry live minutes after
service to hear any o:.Jectors to the In-.
novation, Nobody appeared but one
old l.y, who, on being asked what
her t.! : .;.. were, aus-iw.red that she
had readl the eci '.!..i of ;:t. Paul and
, I'. Li:. ally r.',reric'e to the
p ;'- ,, : a ; -.'1. "V,'h:th t epla-
.' '- .:.'' a : 'J,,d thie doctor.
"1 1 '. Ii h, ,. ,"i a -

J I . 1. .1. . ,t." id
,. i .. ;'. ; h.,. r,.- I froi, i' rf o
:maus to ;is ..; -": a]:.o, and I could
!vN r i.-.- ny ir -i's-i ii, -.. t) the i? postle
-,' :- the I.r<-- .-. V., hi;t w.-) ld you
think if 3..., s;: u..' tg:ding into the
pulpit witU ".:t Ir,,'k.'."' N.eedless to
say, l..- old lady departed satisfied
with tlLe *..?.slinati..u.

Evollinu oof the Needle.
Pc". '*. needles of bone, stone, glass
and bronze antedate all historic rec-
ords, but those of iron, brass and steel
are <.':tL'.ri-itili modern. Bone and
glass needles have be-,n found in Egyp-
tian tombs that are known to be over
4,000 years old, and similar domestic
instruments of bronze and copper have
been found In the mounds and burial
caves of Europe and America which
are believed to be much older than
those found with the Nile mummies.
The needle first appeared in its present
form in European countries in the
year 1410, but the art of making them
was kept a secret for upward of 150
years after the date last given. In the
year 1680 they were first made in the
American colonies, but at what point
Is a mooted question among the histo-

Their Special Favorites.
She--I am so fond of trees! The oak
is my favorite, it is so strong, so noble
Which do you like the best? He




lstcoCo1L WeV 907 -

Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity.

Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St, Andrews ant
Surrounding Country.
May e '.,itd at lxis residence on Buenni a Vista avenue at night.



Corner of Bayview and Wyomin: Avenues on Bay Front.

Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
\Vhit y, can't find at any other Store, con e to the R A C K E T
S T O R E and get.

Hot Meals at AllH lours of the Day.
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Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties
1 C' I (; 11; IA r' 1 l 1 '.....;,'.,...

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n to the store and get
'-en wtchling Han, and if
r a time with the bilious
un't read signs."
I tell you she's in love."
ith what-the- cow?"
ve with a man, you idiot,
s'pose she'd be humming
ud standing before the
for a cow?"
's the man?"
'at I can't tell you-not
m going to find out If I

1 c e.ti "e-ks in making her
.but there came a day
i'I'anl on all Hannah's
-! b, had received six
Quiiucy Livingstone Lap-
v of them treated of love
and his desire to see her.
iin's.in-ed that he would
ae, which was familiar to
k up and down a certain
til she joined him.
ked the wife when she
-onteuts of the letter.
hat shady lane myself"

It was In the afternoon,
pe seemed to be asleep.
d. So did Hannah. So
waited until Quincy de-
e could no longer live
;ih and that she must
(,y out of the bank and
Sixnd then he made his
'1d aidm'niitmred kicks and
cu'a untatil Quincy was
,-tj. When he got through
iiult!h,.di. She kept to her
aext three days, and she
tale It three weeks had
S1up to her from the -stair

nc down to breakfast."
la.-t-d!" she replied.
othiing;. Why, you are
tiL'rz-..a for fifty miles
Lrit seller is a patent
F l've been owing him a
yea ri- past. If It hadn't
1i'L t never have caught
v. n, pr,..,er Ilauuah--
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