Title: St. Andrews buoy
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 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: August 16, 1906
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00096
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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NO. 22.


U. S. Senator-1st district, S. R. Mal-
lory, PIensaucola: 2d" District, J. P.
Talinfero, Jacksonville.
Itepresentatives-1st District, S. M.
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d Districr,
Frank Clark, Lake City; 3d District,
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
Land Ofice-RIegister. WV. t-'. Robin-
son; ieceive;r, H. S. Chubb, Gaines-
State-Governor, N. B. Broward; Sec-
retary, H. C. Crawford: Treasurer,
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, W.
H. Ellis; Comptroller, A. J. Croom;
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion, W. M. Holloway: Commissioti-
er of Agriculture, B. E. McLin.
Btate Senator, S. W. Clark, Blounts-
-town. "- -
-...-' -- awr-r tuntvy-Re)resent1ative,

One Dollar a Yeanr in Advance.

Entered Sept 3. 19 *2, at St. Anndr.:-n,
Fla., as sEcoiti class matter, under
Act ol Coingr-ss ol March 3, IS7'.i.

P II 0 P R I ET 0 R .

Display ad rates, 50c. per inch per
month. Position and extraordinary
condition ratc.s subject to special
"Local prift." ce per line, fir.t inser-
tion; 2e each subseqount. Display
locals dou'l o.i.,o-,ve rates.

one manat-.r-: r-u:nii. rvi'nch nhb.
of i manI. with sklek. soft. fat hands,
wh.i hid prominled to give her beloved
pla.v a readhiin-laid one of these same
hnrn,1, upon Mailge's arm one day.
"That nmarnuscript you ibroue~t the
other day fell offt my d(osk into the
wa-tobasket, and the hoy1 buried it
with the waste p:lpr. I'm sorry, but
the truth is, dear cirlI. It ,iov.-r wonld
h.av' doun,- In tihe w,'.rhl-n. v I-r! It was
an.,.iteurlsh. It h:r1. no n-.ti.an. It was
dcl'e,.tive all tht ui I TcIl iilm to try
ai inu." He wtilsh.ld lO' wvoli:in Would
not stare at him In th it hbw-ildered,
h,.l,!,-s way. Hle ws.-'r a ghqt.
"Come., now. D3,'t look so white.
I'll take you out to lunch, annd thirn
we'll call It s-qu.ire, won't we?" But
ehe t li] not hear him. S he hail alreonly
st; .ted for ljhome. HouIe_? Be-fire heor
Jim, wastejl aud e

workers % ,--, 0 *~*~ *. .

n iour 1. t I' o I I

Mary l oi %-I, I 1:11rj l.u I Ili ,...1

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m iiTn'va-olien lo :

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a 'n. .I**: N\h )'I'll ,I &I l.-I .'
.1: .tile r, 'h ~r~1
ri 1 *il'' 'o'r a vert-i,I
r 1;.lr,4 ro)vedi. andi A
C.-'- IAt p. I frti. man Iiii

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. ...- y"eW ; S aeriit, U U A -.". -
-non; Deputy, C. H. Danford; Tax
Collector, Jno. R. Thompson, St.
Andrew; Treasurer, Loui.-, H. Howell,
Vernon; Tax Assessor, J. W. Bowen,
Duncan; County Superintendent, B.
I. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Collins, Vernon; County Commis-
sioners, B. F. Swindle, Vernon; A.
IA Harrill, Chipley; J. M. Porter,
Econfina; J. H. Wesley, Point Wash-
ington; Elton Singleton, Nixon.
St. Anlres--Justi,ce of the Peace,
.Ioh1 Stnirlok'; Notaries, W. A. Em-
mons, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk,
Circuit Court, *V. A. Emmons;
School Directo'rs, G. W. Surber, Sr.,
P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis-
tress, Zadie H. Ware.
Millville- Postmaster, Henry Bovis;
Constable, J. H. Daffin,
ParKer-Postmaster and Notery Pub1U4
W. ii. Parker.
Callaway-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
Baunders-Postmaster, R. Peters.
Alauton-Postrmatcr, Andrew Allan.
Andur.on-i-l'otui'ter, S. W. Ander-

West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
Gay-l'uWstuistr-ss, Mrs. R. Gay.
rouipkius-L'ostiast.er, Emery Tomp-
BI he:id--Postwmister, 0. C. TompKins.
Look-Postmiaster, .1. J. Fowler.
Wetapipo-I'l'aestistress, Mrs. Dyer.
Murfee-Postmaster, James M. Murfee.

Calhoun county Cromanton-Postmas-
ter Nora Hoskins.
FaruLdale-Postmaster, W. F. Wood-
The northern uails. via, Anderson,
Gay, liay Head and Chipley departs
every day except Stinday at 8:00
o'clock n. in., arrives every day ex-
cept Sunday at 7:15 p. m.
.ast H iay il for Harrist, n, Millville,
Croju;Ltitou parker, Pittslu;rg, Cook,
Fariudale and W-etappo leaves St.
A------ Andrews ?very uiiuijug except Sun-
day at 5:30 o'h'-louk, airij\e, :ouLnug
west at i C(lock p. um.
Bjarist-Cliurhli \Vyouing ave. front-
iug Park St. Services at 11 a. m. ana
7.,11 p m. Sunday School every Sun-
lay :t I0 a. in. Rev. C. L. Joyner,

11"tiodist Ejpiscopal-Ch rbch Wasr -
ington nve. and Chestnut st Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday.
IRev. J.. M. Conway, pastor.
.,reshltvria:ll--Church corner Loraln*.
Ave. and Drake St, Rev. 0. C. Dol-
phy, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. every Sunday .John Stur-
rock, Supt.
rCathlic- Citcrh corner Wyomling
A ve. aid Foster St.

Parker Lodge No. 142
-A-F. & \ -
-7 l regular (Comnnmuni-
. nations on the firil
anitI third Saturdlay
Si each month.
^, Visiting rothers
W. A. EMMONs.Secretary


Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notary
Public for the State at Large; has
jtirisdi:tion to administer oaths, take
affidavits, legaliz'.- acknowledg-
ments, etc., anywhere in Florida.
Special attention given to land con-
veyances anud marriage ceremony per-
formed for lawfully qualified parties.
Office at the Buoy Office, St. Andrews

Attorney at Law, Vernon, Fla.


ue pencil it ia reminder that .
iabscription has expired and that\\ t1
or three extra numbers will be -ent
you that no break may occur i-hould
ou choose to renew.


Election, Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1906.
For Member of Congress, 3d District.
W. B. LAMAR, of Jefferson.
For Justices of the Supremo 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 Dist,-S. L. DAVIS.
4th Dist,-P. N. HUTCHISON.
5th Dist.-W. I. SINGLETARY.
For Member School Board,
First Dist.-J. H. NELSON,
2d Dist.-G. B. BUSH.
3d Dist.-S. J. GAINER.



lic road with trash, so that now there
is no road out, This same road
crosses Mule creek, and a great many
years ago the county officials conde-
scended to build a kind of a bridge
across it; but it is so long ago that
it has rotted away. so that now we
are without either road or bridge,
Again, }ears ago the people of
this district, desirous of educating
their children, built a schoolhouse
extra from paying their taxes, and
that has rotted so that we have tno
decent place for a school, and lor

An interesting personal letter to years we have not been given a teach-

the editor of the Buoy trom Mr. M,
IRyncarson, a highly esteemed former
citizen of St. Andiew expresses sen-
timents held universally, by those
w ho have even for a time, shared life
with iiu iln St. Aidrew.
lie expresses sunie surprise that
the Bunoy doe not sometimes go be-
yond the actual facts in descanting
upon-shall we call it the magnetic
attractivenoem ?-of tne St. Andrews
Bay conutiy, and le can hardly real-
ize that we are to have an Ice Faeto-
ry and a Bank-thought the Buoy's,
imagination had Iben played upon--
or woirs to that effect. He says:
"I must say that mullet and oy)-

,r, so that as far as those responsible
for tiis condition of affairs are.cou-
corned, our children would be as weoil
off in the wilds of Aftrica.
And the only reason given fer our
not having go.'d school houses and
teachers is, that there is no tuH+ ,,
while the land in the whole county of
Washington has increased in value
four fold. and all these years we have
been paying tixes for these purposes.
And interested yoteis would like to
have the teinedy made plain to them,
Allanton. Aug, 2. 1906.

If the ,epublicani congressional
comtnitce is oilv going to collect $1

ters ale ha'd t beat, and with an oc- from those members of the party who

ca.sional waterlmelonu, somo pompano,
a few figs and vegetables, and scup-

feel like subscribing, why did the
party leaders re use to pass the Tlll-

pernliiigs, with y,,u mg chickens and
perno within bill, which prohibited corpora-
non-cold-storage egys, life should be tons from giving monev topolitical
tios fomgiving money to political

w,,rili living, and I can't say whether
I aim glad or sorry that you are shy-
ing away from the simple li i.
It pleases me to remember St. An-
drew as it was when I first knew it.,

parties? Somehow hlie two facts don't
seem to jibe and there is a sneaking
suspicion that Chairman Jim Sher-
man would not refuse a large dona-
tion from the sugar trust, the Stan-

and when I consider the possibilititc dard Oil trust, the beef trust or even
of the future in the way of factories the railroad corporations, if checks
and wharves, andl tugs anl sewers. were fowarded in plain envelopes It

and the heat of a southern city, I will be remembered that even Presi-
feel lonesome, for I had always hopeI ,lent Roosevelt denlonced Judge Pai-
to come there and make my hcine ker for chargiug that the trutts and

permauantly among the live oaks,
fishermen, [and other features for
which the Bay country is famous,]

corporations had subascr.bed to the
republic an campaign fouud in 1904,
but it has since been proven tIha such

where 1 could dump a thousand oys- funds were solicited a1,t received, espe-
ters at low tide with perfect safety, cially romi the funds o the life insuir-
i1m.l ii I Ic,'d nut enjoy these pivi- aiorpo:ations whici should ave
4, aIeOl

flee -Irt~ftore. corn~ apiiOi orah
inuban Cincinnati st All Notariai r[iiir fiicuilineed have no f~ear that .

work solicited -and given prompt at-
Notary Public for the State of Florida
at Large. Attends to all matters
pertaining to Notarial work. Office
at J. R. Thompson'sstore, Bay front,
and Washington ave., St. Andrew,
Physician and Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of Bayvle-v, offers his profes-
sional services to the citizens of St.
Andrews and vicinity. Residence on
Buena Visra avenue.
Homoeopathic Physician and Accou-
cheur. Otlice Pioneer Drog Store,

otiary Pu Ilic for the State of Flor-
Ida at Large. Office at Parker, FJa.
Conveyancing and payment of taxes
for non-residents, specialties.
No B; al; Action.
Mr. C:l:-dstoe knew how to admit
that he vis in the wrong. On one oc-
casion he did so candidly and hand-
somely, as becomes a gentlenf"i.. But
he preferred to keep clear of the neces-
sity for apolozles and had scant .bdli,-f
In their efficacy. "'You can't utifrull a
man's nose," he once said tohbis".prl-
vate secretary, Sir Algernon West.
,-- - -.
S'I :

St. Andiew will ever permit hint to be
debarred from these inalienable
rights, no matter how great propor-
tions it may attain or what metro-
politan airs it may put on. The ex-
ample set by us old timers will insure
safety to his oysters or any other
property he would rather not have to
put under lock and key.-Ed.]
lie co itinues: "I must confess I
have [saii] much movie about St,
Andrew in theo pest three years than
you have, and if any one, expresses
any doubts whatever, I prove it by
my friend, Curtis, I claim every-
thing for it-it is not hot in summer
nor cold in winter; it is naturally the
prettiest place I ever saw-which is
true; it lihs the finest natural har-
bar anywhere south of the Mason and
Dixon line and in time it cannot help
becoming the Chicago of the South.
Mis. 1R. comes to the Bay this fall
for a visit-I cannot come with he]r,
!ut I waut to come before spring.
M. R."

pans of tre policy holders. Andi
there is no record of the president
having apologize.I to Judge Parker
nor that restitution of the tainted
money has been made.

What will be one of the most in-
teresting features of the coming state
lair at Tampa will be the grand dis-
plays of relics, for which a large and
special department vill be prepared.
and probably an additional building.
Relices of every kind pertaining to6
Florida's past history are desired for
exhibition, and premiums will be ot-
fered on all. Relies and antiques of
the old days when the Indians held
full sway in Florida, followed by the
advent of the Spaniards, also those of
the Indian war and Civil war perio-
ods are desired. There will be ap-
,poinffld to look after this department
special superintendents, and every
exhibit will be kept in absolute safe-
ty. Those having relics anl antiques

Five year- n!c., wb
her, she- had ,po-s,,
the evtun:..-'.t h.iar'u
d ,"a rose, --i.iit,.
kind to fall in a rami-l
-ed to "the profom-'in.
ways na,.-minriani',ld iiii
dert)ing cheerfully t
a player of "''. hieni
endure in the uit*re- :.i
did not go well tii1n al1
ly she became a **\v sin
ly a soubrette. Tlii',r: --
however, until .Jm niia
dramatic critics dr,.$,
ble impression."
And now, altlimoi: ffi
gone by, they wore 'still
that distinct suco-<. Ti
come-they wero nmo'rely
ascribed of course to a i
tunity. Meanwhil'l MadE l
beginning to fall. She w"a
the country. So when
(because she wa'i yvanit
other's forgivene-.-, heI
want her rosee" Iln-ki
time since she had left i
for her childhood's honime
After she had got oul
country station unheranlt
her way up the old farm
Ing seemed to bave di
heard the cows lowing (ii
haled the loamy nIrn'usL
cestral land. It was sj
pained her. The dear, (I
house came in sight. anidl
misty. She open- I1 tIh aR
to the yard patl. -,)ori4s
and hollyhocks. Th-r.

e yoers had
v.'-itiuiz for
It it l;l not
ofk ,' c(lppor
's i'.!thdi was
5 ? fiettin.- for
Jim iiiisted
for bhr fa-
xe shte did
for the first
she set out

at the little
I she wound
rmld. Noth-
inired. She
r off: she in-
of her an-
iw"et that ii
niill'r farm-
Pr cyp. grew
t," 'p I~ieh lod
Y 1., ilacs
WhniznI- UT

some weeds from ti '. t-u ,h .... l
she came face to :.< r it h the lilacsth
At first ho could find no n r ut-r
He only glared at hlr thb's. Lr,'d s
tackles. Then: i h b is spec.
.here, I --tha 9

"sMy husband,"w c orrce Mle i ?o
drawing back with a toufh of dainty
pride. i
"Then," thundered th he ol farmer,
flinging down his trowel in a rage,
"go back to him-go toackto your hus-
band!" The veins in hm neck were
swollen like cords. Thoi he did not
fall with a stroke of al*plexy was a
miracle indeed. I
So Madge passed out df the gate of
her father's home once more. When
she reached New York. 'Jim had just
been taken to the hoopltal. At first
she was conscious onlyof one thing.
Jim was ill, terribly ill. Ld calling for
her. Later the doctor's ;sentences re-
turned to her. There hadl been an ac-
cident-injury to the spl_.--never walk
again-a cripple for lit. Why, ah,
why, had she ever left b~Fbeloved?
When, at the beeinnirg of the next
season, it was time to g'"on the road"
again Madge had to state with a vari-
ety company alone. Butwhile she'was
doing an eccentric done in a crimson
ballet skirt her wlole (.art and soul
were with a man sueterig In a stuffy,
top room in Eighth street.
Something like six wt.ek after its
departure from New Yirk the variety
company "collapsed" iiOhlo. Madge
was obliged to return cyit and seek an-
other engagement Ea. ': veniug when
she had come back f ra her weary
tour of the theatri<'l ag n, les the ques-
tion woiil'1 c.tmeo nxl0 sly almost be-
fore she had closed the lor.
"Anything t.xlayA ]ge darling?"
And always the anvt -ould come
with a brave smilIe-a I shook her

he:i'l in the negative
"You see. this Is tehe
seasiuM. Andl the piro
ovLcrL'oiwdedi." 4
Meanwhile m nil e.
Q0 .W6gt{gs(ph

M- avitt er rTc7kly 1
bill pil.
As MaTl.ne u:.ntered
in!;. 1 raring hhr ebe;:
customary q ne..t i]On,
cheery words itu t.ad:
"Come over here. lit
something to show ynr,
Jim, who lay pro;'pe
had a bright fliish on
his eyes were like st.,
ward her a bindle of!
was a play he'd been
to his wife or doc-to,
structed from Incidenti
Madge and he were th
ters. In the last act
tremendous "'hit.-" and
ed." Wealth pourf-d iii
disappointed artists,
able to leave poverty b
"When we sell the
we do'with all our mo
asked, smiling throi'gl
at last she finished ria
manuscript. He turned
"Ah, we'll move Int
fresh and green. We!
home with trailing vin
'ear the birds sing."
She made the rounds
ias many plays have1 ui
before--and no one v;
just as she had hept JiM
regarding her own p ,
S!.;'g'hnt, so now
.i-" I it;oln of his inJ,,n 11


(d part of the
ionn Is really

i.s requiring
aslnsi.titm on

ismg l'xlglug

om one even-
to meet the
heard new,

V1omnlo. I've

p by pillows,
'h chepk, and
Hno h.'I. to-
n:uiori[,t. It
tirg unknown
It was con-
f his own life.
adin.: charac-
y both made
ere "discover-
upon the long
d they were
ind them.
y, what shall
by, dear?" she
her tears as
ng the prized
the country,
buy a little
~s so we can

with the play,
pc the rounds
;nted it But
k's hopes alive
ible 1atptrieal
S treated the
glat ...

I a a *
f (ll Farmer Gray aid his el.]r s'-
ter wore l? :v!l'.i: -Oin? sort nof dic,'j's
sion,:l ov- r thei, r1-hi-ful age of a in:u
w r, des t d at"ih v'ais piilili-'lh d anilonig thi
countryry n-wspapi-r noti.-os. The i pap.r
"stated It incorrectly, they were sure of
t that. But tihry ,Couhild't quite .Lagree 01
t wh.t wa.- h1' Irill.c-r a-.e,?.
1' "'Ie's pretty nigh llrother IIl's ag- .'
Said F'armer ('Gray itinally. I". " he wv.Is bIorn the s;|Itwe y,.'-in- ? ot-i' '
- to the mo:i til. I re-collec-t a store)
" lllOther usd lt) trll U1lO: t--Ilit I'li j'!,
- go an' look up Hi's age in the Bible."
The air of the "best parlor," which
he entered, was a bit close. The sur
r never was allowed to shine in this
t room more than once a twelvemonth-
* it might fade the carpet. On a mar
- ble topped table, resting on a worstec
s mat, was the family Bible. The last
r time Farmer Gray had looked into this
I book he'd registered the baptism of his
- baby daughter, Madge. For his dail3
I readings he used a little New Testa
t meant.
t As he undid the heavy clasps of the
big Bible the pages opened themselves
e at a place where there was some
I pressed yellow sweet clover. The more
- sight of it somehow recalled faroft
memories. It recalled a certain sum
mer day so long ago. It was on his
honeymoon, and his young wife ha(
just plucked these sprays of yellow
Sclover. "Think you can love me ap
long as this keeps sweet?" she hoa
asked archly. How pretty she ha(
looked, laughing up into his face! Ho'
precious she had been to him! Aftei
ten years of happy married lIfe their
long wished for child had come. When
the young mother died he had clung tC
the baby daughter with double tender
ness. He -;simpily worshiped her grow
Sing girlhood. But she had run away
from him and with no nE-tor. a rd he
had forbidden her ,ve-'.r to m'.-c hi,
Sdoorsill again.
The old farmer scarcely knew whale
he was about, his head swam so.
Doubtless it was that strong, sweet
odor of the clover. Somehow It seem-
ed to him to be suddenly flooding the
whole room, filling his stubborn heart
with something very like pardon and

Madge dragged wearily down Broad-
way in a dazed sort of fashion after
she had left the unctuous little man-
ager. Almost directly in front of a
theater she found herself Walking into
a small group of boys. They were jeer-
ing a man who stood close to the the-
ater's entrance, timid and self distrust-
ful. But Madge moved mechanically
toward the street curb in order to pass
on. She did not observe him.
"Wants to know where you go to
find out where the pl:y actors live-did
you ever?" sarcastically jeered one of
the urchins. "I say, RToub-n, hadn't you
better 'tend to the hay crop?"
"Wot he wants t' do is ter go on de
stage* hisself an' find out," suggested
another urchin. A "cop" came up the
street at this moment, and the old man
who had booeen .m' ''::;; the boys
amnscmcnt took a few st.ps toward
him. In in(C).: so his eyes fell upon the
slight, g':lish :i.ar who had just suc-
ccle:0d0 in passing the group of urchins.
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JAFAdern Knight -


a Copyright, 1905, by Ruby Douglas F

"Mary, are you there?" sounded
from the hallway as a broad shoulder-
ed, sturdy young fellow strode eagerly
toward the kitchen door.
"Of course. Come in," responded a
voice cheerily, and Phil entered, tak-
ing a bit of the workaday life and
bustle In with him.
"What is it, Phil?'" the girl asked
gently, looking into the young man's
troubled eyes.
"u tli I must be tired tonight," he
auswered evasively. He attempted to
smile reassuringly. A firm little hand
stole comfortably into his.
"Yes, but that Isn't all," she per-

"Well, Mary, I'm wondering when we
are ever going to get married. I've
been attempting to master the railroad
business, but there is nothing settled
as to the future, and mine is an alarm-
Ingly small salary." Phil's voice
sounded pathetically discouraged. "Per-
haps I should have gone into some of-
fice and stayed there," he concluded
"No. Phil," protested the girl, "you

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fr., r;'il- hKone l'.:>, *iht-r ribl'.on in
i : i. nqc il thl.- ll';ai;l wa' S O, :i s "-.![
:1t' o('I-r thiL tr!',( Gr- luiily lih !'-
plrits iro. Th beauty of ti', day--
ur th" do. w -a .-till on the fields and
Ie wor'..l .il it sce'n-d alive and
i:irily---a ..I tI,. ,.ind;i: 1. th1 engine
ill-, hiri l 'vl : rlO;' joy of life.
'lll I _l-h,'d inv l m t i r.iily as he look.
-.1 -ii i!.:l.irein i: hih glee at a game of tag.
*)j .i-i i ulf't,.r another he entered
,a ti.Ce to il.-' minute. Every other
thoughtt than his immediate work was
Car from him, although Mary was al-
ways i. hiq subconsciousness. At the
,ast station before his home a glimpse
.,f a, liIht, girlish figure made Mary
seem especially near for a moment.
The girl had Mary's grace and airiness
as she sprang on to a car platform,
but even the fleeting vision made Phil
smile happily, and again the train glid-
ed out of the station, and in a few
minutes it had slowed up, and Phil's
trip was ended. Another man would
take the train on.
Phil almost patted the throttle as the
train came to a stop, and it was with
regret that he would give up the en-
gine. "A beauty," he thought, "and
guess I'm on time," he smiled.
He saw a visiting railroad official ap-
pear at the station door, nodding with
apparent satisfaction as he looked at
his watch. The man peered curiously
into the engine cab, but he suddenly
drew back in horror, and others were
transfixed by what they saw. Not a
man moved or spoke. They seemed
helpless before some awful sight.
Phil read his danger in the horrified
countenances by the station. He saw
the panorama spreading out before
him through a veil of smoke, but ,he
felt powerless. The euriune was -on
fire. Something clutched his throat, to
choke him. lie feltt a h-ot Il'rvitli
against his cheek. Red points dart "J
out at him from an indefinite "some-
where." He heard a quick, gurpliig
tempest of sounds. Was it the wlindl
he wondered. He thought it was, but
he didn't care.
Then something seemed to snap. Per-
haps it was the expression on a face
he saw In imagination that did it. He
whispered, "Mary," and sprang with
all his strength for the opening out of
the cab. As he leaped from the burn-
ing cab, which was an angry, surging,
threatening mass, new life came to
,him. He began to understand. His
mind worked rapidly and with preci-
sion. As he turned instantaneously to-
ward the coaches back of the engine
he saw it all-Just what might happen
at every second. Two thousand gallons
of oil were in a tank at the rear of
the cab.
He gathered himself together for the
plunge, drew in a long, deep breath,
held his head down, with his hat press-
ed against his face, and returned to the
cab. He had gone with hand out-
stretched for the throttle. He felt
thankful that It was not necessary for
him to see; he could feel and knew just
where to press the throttle most surely.
In the moment in which he had discov-
ered the oil tank he had uncoupled the
coaches, and v-when, blinded with smoke
and flames, he felt and pressed the
throttl, tihe burtilirr, thing sprang away
'"i 1 offl-r-rrih-;, t.) salrly for those iu
tinh ( c >nch, =. -'a.- so:-ils or uiore.
The m: t n f a i' '.t so:- J-I litou'rs. Phill
'Vn', c(',i I; of ll;.t onlie pIurpo' ---to
it, av.-:- t'rinm thli (.:i, -te-h. fIr er
know thit the tank of oil woinuhl e.
pl i .! or l,'rii -l t'1 out. TI, tI .o,!l fir
forwlwrl. prI-'iltic cnwinrl. hbt the eii-
glmi<> .c" i,-d to 'rawl. HIis 1brirat ca:e
Lird thr.>iilgh .ilr.--.J teeth; bi.s ey,.-s
w i-,e ,'a a."_ sj .| t i!lA- 1, li'. I.. I v. l; :.
j,ir'ld -I'i larv'"

Sud leuly t!'e ev ''"n -. l.',r. .1 ;-: 1
st,,lI l. hill'ss hand was s'll oi tl..
throttle. He scarcely knew that he had
stopped the engine. He felt a great,
exultant joy, for the coaches were far
bihirnd. With great dirti.'ilty he t Phg
himself toward the open air. FaEiii: :.
staggering forward, he felt himself
seized by a dbzen arms.
Did he dream what followed? A pair
of strong young arms were around his
neck, and his face was being bathed In
something cool and wet. lie felt the
tense silence and wanted to break IL
The one word he heard was "Phil!"
which sounded like a caress, a sob and
a prayer. Then he opened his eyes-to
smile faintly into Mary's dear face
bending over him.
"Mary?" he whispered questioningly.
"Yes, dear," she replied. "I came in
from the last station on your train, and
I intended to skip away quickly, but I
wanted to ride with you in the cab
Just once." iHer voice trembled.
Phil turned his face to the wall.
The' railroad official looked down on
the fair head kindly. "A doctor will
be here at once," he assured her, "but
I think lie Is all right anyway." lie
wished he might comfort the girl.
A half ho-)r later Phil lay oa a couch
in an inner ,:ai.-'. M1ry's fiive;'s
wandered lovingly through his si,.W3 d
hair. IIls eyebrows were b.urmm", amnd
he lrc,:ld p:ilel and wor.. hui he was

th'n r" ii, ,I*, I, **" v. ill--w ith a wife."

(.*eat 14i1e wauvea.
These who see i. ri;e and fall of
the tides in our- A .. iti" h.tr' r .e -*t
dom think of ,'I.. w,- ierful career of
the moon raised ,' In v..''- which
cause ,li, tid.:t l. .< and reliutx. Suth
billows not oly ci-ross the sea, Iut fl>tiv
from ocean to ocean, and in this way
complicated move iints are set goiug.
Thus once lit every twelve hours the
moon raises a tide billow in the Sonth-
ern Indian ocean. When this billow
passes the Cape of Good Hope at noon
its successor is already born, and by
the time the lir-t billow has reacheli
the Azores iandiis a;t midnight the see-
ond is 'roUndithng ith cape and it third
has comiie into oxisitcic' in the southern
ocean. By 4 o'elock in the morning, tfol-
lowina Its p:ts-s4ge of the cape lthe tide
billow reached's tihe English channel, auJ
there the shallow water delays it so
much that it dooe not arrive at the
strait of Dover until 1o a. m. HIre the
narrowing channel' eauises th' tide to
rise very high and almost puts an end
to the wave. In the meanit'-1 either
branch o the bi low run: .... the
western side of the r.rib. ........;
rounds the north llont of :c-,..;aland and
moves !sowly (down the eastern coast
of England until it finally flows up thi
Thames and laips the wharfs of Lou-
don.-London 'Gal hie.

nle:jillnea Alwany.
There is no uo.ith in the year In
which the song of the reaper is not
Leard in some land on the -.loh'. hI
January is the wheat harvest of An-,-
tralia, New Zeal'nd, C('hile and the
Argentine I.rubi:-; in February and
'[I:r.-b, upper Erypt anu, India; hi
April, lowest Egypt, India, 'Syria. Cy-
.rii-. PI'r.ii. Asia Minor, MNexl'o and
(. 'a: i'i LM.iv T ex,Ls., Al"rria. central
A T). ('1 hj.7 a I la l in M' iv M orocco: T -
June, C.'alifornia, Or'egon. Mississippi,
Ala-lnma,. Ge(or,.'ia. North and South
Carolina, Tenuessee, Virginia, Ken-
tucky, Kansas, Arkansas, Utah, Colo-
rado, Missouri, Turkey, Greece, Italy.
Spain, Portugal and south of France;
in July, New England, New York,
Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan,
Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, southern
Minnesota, Nebraska, upper Canada.
Roumania, Bulgaria, Austria-Hungary,*
south of Russia, Germany, Switzerland
and south of England; in August, cen-
tral and northern Minnesota, the Da-
kotas, Manitoba, lower Canada, Co-
lumbia, Belgium, Netherlands, Great
Britain, Denmark, Poland and central
Russia; in September and October,
Scotland, Sweden, Norway and north
of Russia; in November, Peru and
South Africa, and in December, Burma
and New South Wales.

An Ecclesiastical Hat.
A milliner who works In a large city
says that one day a woman came into
the store very much excited and want-
ed the trimming on her new hat chang-
ed. She said that it had been trimmed
on the wrong side.
"But," said the saleswoman, "the
trimming is on the left side. That is
where it ought to be."
"It doesn't make any difference
whether it ought to be in front or back
or right or left, it's g>t to be on the
church side."
"Church side!" gasped the astonished
"Yes, church side! I sit right next
the wall in church, and I'm not going
t,: have all that tri'iniing next the
wall. I v.in't it-on the other side, so
the -h O'n "'ae!r',' lsti can see it."
The t"imminz %v:n promptly placed
on Ih,' '"c'ii -.Iild of th' haIt.
-- -m. -a

l e o thllie % ol-ders of rt i-ylj.
An expor'i'neei- michlnic who was
asked what he regarded as the most
wonderful thine for general utility re-
plied: "The tira.klng of" a car wheel is
the most wroriderful tlil.g to me in the
whole range of science and Invention.
Here are two rails, uphill and down-
hill, round the sharp eiirre and along
false tangents, and upon them fly at
more than a mile a minute, without jar
or Jostle, a dozen heavy cars drawn by
an engine weighlnu sixty tons. Pasaen-
gers realize no danuer, yet there It
only the little flange of a wheel be-
tween them and eternity. An Inch nand
a half of steel turned up on the inner
side of the wheel holds up 4'e whole
train as securely to the rails as If it
were bolted there in grooves."


bridge to carry the weakened and
starved system along until It an find
firm support in ordinary food.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists,
409-415 Pearl Street, New York.
Soc. and $.0oo, all druggists.








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The achr. Cleipatra sailed for Pen-
aacola Friday forenoon.
The schr. Blanche arrived from
Pensacula, Thursday morning with
merchrndlise and freight for West
End parties, and sailed for Pensacola
again Friday morning.
The str. Tarpon arrived from Car-
rabolle and Apalachicola at 5:30
a. it., Friday, took an excursion to
the Gulf, Friday night, and retired
front the west at 11 a. m., yesterday.


W. F. WooDoone PaorPIroaB
Fitted in splendid condition to take ex-
cursionP or Lise.'ngeri to any point on
the Bay or Gulf. IGod cabin protection
Teu -rm

Capacity 10,000 feet of Lumlier will Ferry
between Farmdale and Alianton. on East
Bay and will deliver freight of every de-
scrip'tion, including live stock to any
point on St. Andrews Bay. For particu-.
lars, iddresa W. F. WooDroav, Farm-
alte. Fla.
Equipped With Two GasoUlne Eaglues,
Leaves 9t. Andrtwe ilay every Monday
Saves Pensacola every Thursday
,weather permitting). Special atten
tion will be given to receiving and
forwarding freight for Darties living on.
Egat and North Bay, passengers for
points on either arm of the Bay can
depend upon securing prompt trans-
nortation at, reasonable rates. Pas-
sentger accommodations good. Express
and Railroad Freight specialties. For
Mrtiher intorniation apply to
OrwAV WARK. Gen. Manager

Carries the East Bay Mail lietween St.
Anudewvp Bay, Wetappo and intermedi-
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daily
except Sunday) at 6:00 a. in.; arrive at
Wetappo at 12:30 p. ni.; leave Wetappo
at 1:00 p. in.; arrives at St. Andrews at
1:30 p. in. Makes landings regularly at
Harrison, Cromanton, Parker, Pitta-
iurg, aind Farindale. Freight landed at
any postoffiee wharf. For passenger and
freight rates, see rate card in the sev-
eral postoliUeef.
li. A. WITHIRILL. Manager.

A Week's Weatlier.
'lie following table gives the maxi-
num, minimum and mean tempera-
tures. the rainfall and direction of the
nind, for tl.e itw L-Four kours eiding
"0-461u1l'" is Inia t y U...
i ut1ruuen.s:
Ang .... 8-9-' ,69 81 .00 a
9 91 71 81 .00 s
10 91 76 84 .00 sw
11 9 73 73 83 .00 n
12 91 70 80 .13 ow
13 87 71 79 1.25 se
14,86 72 79 .17 so
.'Ir wcek 90 1 72 81 55_i_
Hidte Yawr Futi Tree..
As lawn specimens fruit trees are
early always disappointing. They
have more insect enemies and fungous
diseases than first class ornamental
trees and shrubs. IL you spray them
they ate unsightly; if you do not your
lawn is covered with wormy fruits,
which look bad and smell worse. The
peach Is a short lived, delicate tree
which is particularly subject to San
Jose scale. Plums and cherries are
sure to yteld wormy fruit unless you
jar the curcullos out of them long be-
fore breakfast or unless you let the
chickens run beneath the trees. Both
are violent suppoitilons for a home
lawn.-Conmtry Life In America.
A Natural Inference.
For no other reason than that his
poultry book told him to feed lime he
olavlbhly fed lime and asked himself
no questions.
The hens were variously affected.
The Leghorns found difficulty in
eepling their hot Italian blood from
open revolt The Cochins. with true
criewttftl npwthy. said-it was fate any-
way. ]Bt the old Plymouth Rock had
ie Americnivs sense of humor.
"Re i lItr:s we're going to lay bricks,"
inmmer m)iritoera in Children.
During the hot weather of the summer
wi'onths the first unnatur il looseness of a
lt owd's itfhinld have ewaediate -it-
ktntion, s,' as to check the disease b fore
it hecoms seiioua. A.ll tict W ne. esfa-
rv is a C'e, doses of Chamnl'erlin'u' Colic,
Cholera .nd Diarrhoea Remedvfullowed
by a doee of castor oil to cleanse the eva"
tern. Rev. M. 0. Stockland, pastot o
the First M. E. church, Little FallS'
Minn., writes: "'We have used Chamnber-
laiu's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem-
dy for several years and find it a very
valuable ready, especially for summer
Sdisorders in eh hiree," Sold by all imed-
cu dealers.
At Anohor.
A chief of bureau in the navy de-
partment tells a good story of the time
when oue of the secretaries of the navy
got the notion Into lf head that oft
Seers should not permit their wives to
reside at the foreign stations to wtbeh

their husbands might be attached. So
an order to that effect was promulgit-
ed. Soon thereafter considerable per-
plexity and no little amusement was
afforded the secretary when he receiv-
ed the following cablegram from Com-
modore Pyffe, then in command of the
Asiatic squadron:
Secretary Navy, Washington:
It becomes my painful duty to report
that mny wife. Eliza Pyffe, has. in dis-
obedience to my orders and in the face
of regulations of department, taken up
her rcsidernce on the station and persist.
ently r*efues to leave.
li ;,.'r's W, *klr.


-Souvenir cards, with a St. Andrew
scene at the Buoy office.
Blank Warranty Deeds, short storm
printed on good linen paper, 25c per
dozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re.
ceipts in a block, 10c each, at the Buoy
--You never have and may never again
have an opportunity to get so fine 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.
--Wizard Ink Tablets, Price, per
box 10 cts. 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 Bluff; or Buena Vista
Point, at 80. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c., per dozen, at the
BUOY oice e
-The fishermen's fall harvest comn.
menaced yesterday the 15th inst., hnd
several St, Andrews Bay crews are
either already in the field or onAJhelr

u-ap lTI*U uuuirwLr;i

ins' him into cash,
-Parker lodge No. 142 F. & A. M. will
meet in regular communication next
Saturday at 2:00 o'clock p. m. Visiting
Masons in good standing are invited
topa' ticipate. An order of the Grand
Lodge of Florida demands that visitors
must be provided with a certificate of
membership from their hoione lodge and
a fully paid receipt for dues.
-The Registration Book for District
No. 5 will open at the Buoy office on
the first Monday in September, and
will be kept open for the registration
of the names of the voters of the dis-
trict practically every vday from that
until the second Saturday in October.
If voters fail to register and are pro-
hibited from voting it will be through
their own fault
-Attention is called to the adver-
tisement of H. K. Hood, real estate
broker, 'in this issue. Mr. Hood is a
newcomer in St. Andrew; a gentleipan
thoroughly familiar with the real estate
business, ani seeing a great future :or
St. Andrew and the Bay country, has
cast his lot with us, determined to share
in our coming prosperity and import.
ance. The Buoy bespeaks for him a re
munerative business in the real estate
-About one hundred and fifty excur-
sionists took passage on the Tarpon,
Friday night for an outing to the Gulf.
A delightful ride followed, enlivened
by dancing and refreshments and a re-
turn by the ilght of the waning moon,
about midnight by the way of Millville,
Everyone appeared to be e enjoying
themselves immensely and if they failed
ut-do 'so it was certainly through no
fault or neglect on the part of the offi-
cers or crew of the Tarpon.
-The Panama City Real Estate Co.,
A. J Gay, president, Richard Madden,
vice president, R. L, McKenzie, secre-
tary and treasurer, a company separate
and distinct from the Oulf Coast Devel-
opment Company. of Panama City. has
issued a neat booklet descanting upon
thi attractions and the advantages of
Panama City as a prospective business
mart, and incidentally of the whole Bay
country. It is well worthy the earetul
perusal of anyone seeking a home or a
business location, "Under Southern
Skies," and it may be set down for fact
that none of the aforesaid attractions
or advantages are lost sight of in the
Refined and Subtle Sneers.
"I can never understand," says G. K.
Chesterton, "why it Is that In poems
and romances the poor are made to
writhe at the refined and subtle sneers
of the rich. As far as I can see from
the daily life of our streets, it Is the
poor who do the refined and subtle
sneering and the rich who writhe all
over the pavement." Any one who has
studied the conditions of our great
cities will see the truth of this. Every
day we see paper boys running, gutter
boys moving with an undignified swift-
ness and unemployables "humping
themselves," if we may be permitted
the use of the expression, In pursuit of
cabs. And what do the rich do? They
affect not to notice and pass by with
well bred calm. What happens, how-
ever, if the ordinary well groomed man
about town moves at more than a
walk? Hoots of derision from the low-
er orders Lustantly assaill him. A poor
-man may go about hbrchendrrd. Whiat
happens if a rich man does the same?

toeracy want Is either police protection
from these gibes or a handy book of
repartee so that we shall never be tak-
en without our answer.--London Globe.
"My dear," sald a vain old man to
his wife, '"these friends here won't be-
lieve that I'm only forty-five years old.
You know I speak the truth, don't
"Well," answered the simple wife, "I
suppose I must believe It, John, as
you've stock to It for fifteen yeare."-
Galveston's Sea Wallt

)iakes life as baife now in that city ason
t' e h higher unlands E. W. Goodloe,who
resides on Dutton et., in Waco, Tex.'
needs no sea wall for safety. He writes:
,'I have used Dr. King's New Discov-
ery 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's
gone." Cjres chronic coughs, la grippe'
croup, whooping cough and prevents
pneumonia. Pleasant to take. Every
battle Guaranteed at A. IT. Brake's
store. Price 50c and $1, Trial bottle

So many maliciously false state-
ments have been recently circulated
to the effect that Mr. A. B. Steele
would not carry out his contract with
the Gulf Coast Development Co.,
and that the company did not have
any su h contract, that the following
letter from Mr, Steele which has
been received by General Manager of
the company, Mr. G.. M. West, and
which is self explanatory %vill be
read with interest:
Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay
Railway-Panama Canal Route.
Atlanta, Ga. Aug. 3, 1906
G. M. West. Go'li Mgr..
Gull Coast Development Co.,
Panama City, Fla,
Dear Sir: I am pleased to note the
progress of events and improvements
of your property on St. Andrews Bay.
The contract between our Railway
and the Gulf Coast Development Co
Will be on our part faithfully p,-r-'
We are making good speed in
building our runoad anil hope to have
b lto (-,,1 at ale,' Fllb h

Onr engineers have located the line
eighteen miles below Cottondale, and
expect to commence excavating on it
some time next week, and will shove
it to completion to Panama City in
duo season, in full compliance with
our agreement with vour company.
Yours very truly,
A. B. STEELE, President.

The premium lists for the Gulf
Coast Fair and Agricultural Exposi-
tion to be held at De Funiak Springs,
Fla., will soon be out and all' of our
revelers who are interested in the pro-
gress of agriculture, should send to
the Secretary, R. W. Storrs for a
copy which will be sent free.
The St. Andrews Bay, Buoys mov-
ed.-Owing to a change in the chan-
nel at St. Andrews Bay. the entrance
buoys were moved on June 5, 1906.
as follows: .
St. Andrews Bay Entrance bell
buoy, painted black and white int
perpendicular striped, was moved
east' ard about 400 feet and moored
on the bearings:
S'. Andrews Bar Range, front light
NNE E. easterly.
St. Andrews Bay range, front ligt
St. Andrews Bay Bar buoy, a sec-
ond-clase nun, painted black and
white in perpenpicular stripes, was
moved eastward about 300 feet and
moored on the bearings:
St. Andrews Bar Range, front light
St. Andrews Bay Range. front liglt

,'Make Hay While the Sun Shines."
There is a lesson in ihe work of the
thrifty farmer. He knows that the bright
sunshine may list but a nav and he pro-
nares for the showers which are so liable
to follow. So it should be with every
household. Dysentery, diarrhoea and
cholera moro.us may attack some member
of the home without warning. Chamber
litn'se.Colic., Cholera .and Diarrhoea Rem-
edy, which is the best known medicine for
these diseases, should always be kept at
Land, as immediate treatment is necessa-
ry, and delay may prove fatal. For sale
iy all .ncedicine dealers.

HIe I the King of the Curb In the
British Metropolis.
London's outdoor man is the coster.
He is the Ishmael of the gutters. A
very jolly Ishmael, it is true, who is
more than content to acknowledge the
line of demarcation between himself

and the true cockney. But, neverthe-
less, in a modified, twentieth century
way he is still the wild man whose
hand is against every man's and every
man's against his. FIe is probably the
last remnant of the world's old race of
wanderers-the last suggestion of the
primitive man-left to the cities. Hle is
to Us town dwellers what the gypsy is
to the countryside. His descent seems
to spring from the same roving stock.
And he is regarded, from a safe dis-
tance, with the same contempt by
hOset %iI UI-L'rT. KiniVw-rtIT.l-Irn. [ ii.t-- --,4
and his impulses still savor strongly of
the days when tribe wiarrd ag:n-;t
tribe and every man's arm was for
himself and his clan. And, a hough
his pitch is below tihL' curb, his caravan
a barrow and his beast of burden a
Russian pony, a doueky or himself, he
is as free and exclusive as any other
lusty scion of the people who live under
the skies. Ishmael he is, and Ishmael
he chooses to remain. And the chances
are ten to one that whoever goes a-fish-
ing for information among the barrows
will come back with an empty creel or
a fine show of fishermen's tales, for
your coster knows both how to keep
silence and how to use his tongue pic-
turesquely in defense of his jealously
guarded traditions and the internal
economies of his existence.-Out.eg.

Make sure a yield of quantity and
quality. When your father planted
* erry's, they were the best on the
market, but they have been Improv-
Ing ever since. We are experts In
flower and vegetable seeds "
1908 Seed Annual tbeautlfnily tUus
treated, free to all applicants.
D, M. FERRY & CO., Detroit, Mich.

How Cali
According to
when the Pol
Cortereal In 15
Lawrence they
strait of which
through which
covered Into t
hliowever, they
when they could
this was no str
claimed repeat
meant. "Ca na
These words, i
tives, were rep
peans who visit
comers, hearip
ly, conjecture
name of the c




'na "Vau Name4.
,eminent authority,
,;zese under Gaspar
first ascended the St.
believed it to be the
they were In quest,
assuage might be dis-
,ndian sea. When,
rrited at the point
clearly ascertain that
but a river, they ex-
y in their disappoint-
("Here nothing").
numbered by the na-
ed to the next Euro-
the land. The new-
e phrase so frequent-
iat it must be the
try, so "Canada" it


A Hundi
A peep inuto
very dept.hf'f
t0,,000 stars. ',6
blazing s4n.
know of cre:
lieve that eo;
light and lite
just lu the ;F
gives light tan
Worlds. Bey,
there may be
more. Thus thb
tern after system




~rxi ~oi S .h al

gaze yupon hxi),-
them a burning.
what little we
e cannot but be-
e se uns is giving
train of pitnets,
iner that our sun
his little dock of
hose 1,.0i.).i(')0 suns
uajireds tof millions
av cotitllo "sys-
aii worlds without

men a ell as Men
re Madf Viserable by


Kidney trouble
courage and lcss.

urirc ;scalds th
rna.:he- an a,' '
c :.riu.l the r _a
t'. i-wt lhing. dep
th-e Ji'fhculiy is
s:'e' should be
the-'-, im ,nr-:'. r..t
tr.u'l,: is d, ,
kidn- 2'.. and bia
r' :.r;n di V
er.' -. rh k, n:
a:.ild r.,h r,:-d
The m II a., i
Swamp-Root i
by druggists, in
cent and crne
sizes. You
ample bottle b,
ire-. albo pampb
ing all about i1
thousands of t
from sufferers c
& Co., Bingham
mention this pap
Don't make a
ber the name,
mer's Swamp-J




now Thorol

of the Hoi|
well, aud ,,1

We Pal
and Feed to

Ullfe I


reys upon ihe mind, dis-
S atnLti n; b tt.., vigor
and cheerlul'-:..; soon
disappear when he kid-
eys ar Cout of ordeal
"er dr. a'ed.
SKidney vtr.ouble has
Become so prevalent
that it i not un,: :.mmon
for a child to be born
afflicted with weak kid-
neys. I the chdi. urin-
ale-s too cfien. if the
sh or if, when the child
en it should be able to
it is :, et afflicted with
upon it. the ciuse of
iey trouble, and te first
ards the treatment of
;ans. This unpleasant
diseased cond :,-n of the
r and not to a habit as
Saj men are made mis-
ey and bladder trouble,
w! sarrime greatly rcm,:.jy.
he immediate reflect of
:oon realized. It is sold
fily- -

st tell- Home of SwauxitRoot.
Including many of the.
stimonial letters received
red. in writing Dr. Kilmer
n, N. Y., be sura and

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

Tame Grouse Strutting.
Toward the end of September my
ruffed grouse began strutting, a per-
formance similar to that of the turkey
gobbler. The tail is spread, the black
ruff thrown out around the head, and
the wings are dragged on the ground,
the object being to show all their new
feathers. As with turkeys, the young
hens strut as well as the cocks. In
strutting the birds indulge in a deal of
bowing, tapping the ground or log with
the bill, and while shaking the head
from side to side give vent to hissing
sounds, slow at first aqd increasing in
rapidity and culminating In a prolong-
ed hiss "chuu chuu chuu-chuu--
chun chuu chuu chuu-chuu-chuu-
chuuuuuuunun" (hiss the syllables with-
out vocalizing). The sounds are made
in the same tempo as the drumming
and remind one somewhat of an auto-
mobile starting up. A cock may be
thus engaged for hours together, pa-
rading his charms before a demure lit-
tle hen, while she persists in looking
up at the sky or In nipping at a bud,
with not so much as a casual glance
out of the corn,r of her eye--the most
rl'-'t:arl::ibl cxamnpi. of true mfwsuline
patiern' iniau p.rseverance andil of fewn-
inine heartlessness as well.-Couatry
Life In America.
A Mlsteiry Solved.
"How to k o'p off periodic attacks of
Iiliuin.i ; andil habitual constip1j

LUif. Plill v.-d for rat.
N. PlIauant, of MagnoliLt. Tl17
only pills that are guaraLutt to 'i~
perfect satisfaction to everybody y or
money refunded. Only 25c at A. H.
Brako's store.
The Motst Degraded.
The California Indians who used to
inhabit the Santa Barbara islands are
described by ,the missionaries as the
most d.&:rod'.-d of all human beings,
with a morality lower than that of ani-
mals. Insects, especially grasshoppers.
formed a portion of their food, and,
like the natives of the adjacent main-
land, they probably fed to a great ex-
tent on the larger kinds of earth-
worms. Possibly they belonged to the
Shoshonean stock of the mainland.
Their extermination is attributed to
the changed conditions of existence im-
posed upon them by the missionaries.


Real Estate Broker,

St, Andrew, Fla.


47 Acres of Nice Land

1l5_M iltciteWalk of Postobc8.
Nicely located to be subdivided into
Buirding Lots.
This is a Bargain!
and the Best Property now on the
Market about St. Andrew.


Mercantile Co.,

ioroughly Reorganized.

G. Post, Manager.

ral Murclialflse!




.S78, and built up by the late L. M. Ware,
SRe,,rgaized d and under New Man'lgelent

f thle Tr.dir', Post, and of new ones :is
tees uLnilorm f'ir and courteous tJeatment
i bto ll.
:ie Freight on all Goods except Flour, Meal
'Postoffice on the Bay.

Sorisappint Our Patients.
We Fullul Patients
[WE C R EEvery Promis aea d Never Hold Out False Hopes.
E U trture without the knife or boogie 4ad Varicoce outthot
cured Dever ,ain or detention from Isusinesp; Oontoglous Blood Poison
return, without mercury or mineral mixture; Loas of Manly
Vigor Positively enred; sno timnilant but permanent.
he IDr. Klng Me li.'.-i Co. is an IrAi:tull..rn organited under thA
Iaw fr.the astlue J...rtta for tI, itreaneLt and Pure of all
,err.ju tan.lohr,.r'.,. ',.s.aseo. Pr. NJ. K. King, ti- founildr of
this lL ulluti. '3he I,:1e c.,ne,itllu, I,,.lctalUat, being assisted
by a atlaft f Lniiit.]ta 'seri ioQanDnt -urie.ias.
Our suoe-is :n rhb* rreinrLie iI of 'A r, I .: erasgea is uBnspas-
ed: we u:e bohilti 'u.uIcaI] a d tIlectrIl. iI to ithieIa.
Our offluers oti.ripped witb a I the gal r ntl,', faradic batter-
lee, X-ray, vio iet ray, atd Finscaray: In fact. every electrical
Contrivance known to the medical profession. Our sanitariun Is
modern in every respect, and we employ none but the best
trained and efficient aentcdants, regularly qualified graduates
an I liens-d phyilcians being in charge.
We e.i,pioy no misleading means to secure patients and
patinrage-noCO. D.'s or unasked for literature are sent Out
Sibia lu.tuti*.-,. Our terms for treatment average from $5.00
1.o fl.00 per month, (medicines InOluded) and we give the astur-
Y BET R an.'i ui a cure withlu a specified tinte.
~"h Stear' y cure il" chronic dlseae
kENCE IS. CHRONIC DISEASES. We ucessrure trear and
such as RhlTney and ladderr trouble, Rheumatlism,
T Ipture., lylrocele. Draiua. Losses, etc., aud all Private
L'N. K. KINi.eeis Trn. and maliuinant troubles. Catarr of the
N. K KIN N,,, Throat, Uead and Lungs. Diseases of Rye and Ear,
O1t, r.. aM D. (Chronic Is!e;.soe of Women, such as Displacements.
41 W AN. ,-. 'ni.uturallDis.l.,rges, andsuch weaknesses ofwomen.
W rite o. r -dray regarlTng r y..'ur cr-nditi.,> If you are sick dr afflicted. On request we
S y'"4 o, eu hi.ritire. v ,ldS; e symptom blanks for home treatment.
1A 0 E! 3S a.o.7 W arieth ,3 St.,a h6 m

Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf


.- -'-- TARP


This is in my Patrons' Interest as well as my own.
C(onIvine Yourself of this Truth.

call 1iiid


i 1) IEA LERS IN 0 Cannot

1) I Y G 0 ) ) S THRIVE

Ship Chandlery Hardware

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

Clothing, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishings.


Trunks and Valises.

i &i I 1EXaCl Orders

Made in Iron. Any Postoffice Gladly Sent

E ,-: on the Bay! {q Application
WindMKill Company 1s -va 3 0-u S

lBreech-Loading' We Are
W0olsey's 1 TH E
B,,I r Pi. ov ,-, SHOE MEN !
n $5.50, EN
___ C. E. BRACKIN & CO.

. . . . . . .

C ((".) SPEWIAL PREMIUM OFFEfl.- ______ ______:_N.
S43t. SOLr.ID cO1. rOUNT&lAIqT PZE

For five of these coupons and IixIk cents seat or brought to the Buoy
office we will iut-nish you a beautiful ii .h .d 14-kt. Soi d 'G01 1
a.it l'en, that costs at retail $1.50. Theb pen is tom. plet.e wi, unth x
filler and is fully warranted by the r'nun and can be returned to an


RBoiII, Dressedai d Dimesioll

Yellow P1iP O Lumbr.

Dealers in General Merchandisee
Dry fir ndq- rnnpriQ Pr-,-';i;.. -- A.r- I

---- rrrrrri~ rr`I 1 10

Il n m ...I i

P- ~TUC~

1" -I- me -- -- -- v -- w X- A7-II k



L 's

Tuesday, 8:30 p. m. Pensacola.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m. St. Andrew, Wednesday, 8:00 a. m
Wednesday, 2:30 p. m. Millville, Wednesday,|1i0:00 a m
Thursday, 9:00 a. m. Apalachicola, Thursday, 6:00 a. m.
Carrabelle, Tliuraday, 12:00 noon.
Monday, 6:00 p. m. Mobile, Monday, 6:00 a. m.
Thursday, 3:00 p.m. Carrabelle.
Friday, 11:30 a. m. St. Andrew. Friday, 2:00 a. m.
Friday. 10:00 a. m. Millville, Friday, 4:00 a. m.
Pensacola. Friday, 11:30 p. m.

Pensacola to St. Andrew and Miliville, $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabeltle. $7.50.
St. Andri.-w and Milville to A .alachicola, $5.00.
Pcensa. ola to .Mobile, $2.50.
The above rates include meals and berths. W. G. BARRIOW.


Cooking and Heating Stoves!

Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Etc.

Burial Caskets, Robes, Suits, Etc.



Dry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries

Notions, Provisions and Feed Stuffs.

Corner Washington Avenue and Bay view St.
I pay (Cash for Goods and must do

a strictly Cash or Ready Pay

W-%W r, ar I~r s %RS J~~~,',~:;~~F? ~ ~_el~~MC l

PARKER. James Litek' Test. PTeI's
Special to the Buoy. This is told of James Lick, the ec- Fred L. Wickow
Rev. E. W. bert ha been centric San Francisco millionaire, who Ga.. representing Ne
Revy. E. Wt. Iberts has been hold- founded the famous observatory bear-
r ing \protracted meeting here since ing his nane. When taking any one uri'anice is in Si A
Ii Friday last, ending Monday night of Into his s'wviee lie always asked the days.
-this week person to plant a tree upside down-- W.. Fleming o
g^this week" the roots in the air, the branches un- 1 F g
^Mrs. Audley Spicer and Mrs. Hen- derground. If there were any protest nephew of A. J. F
ry Spicer. also Miss Addie Hoskins the man was at once sent away, Lick here with a party,
---..... .......-... saying that he wanted only men who 'f Fri ad
of Cromanton, were over to attend would obey orders strictly. rarpon, Friday and
Thursday, Aug. 16, 1906. church here on Sinday. to reimain dtllinlg th
The fear of being found out Is of
Mrs. W. H. Paiker spont several ten mistaken for the prickings of con j,'rners.
S T. A N D RE W days of last week at Farmndale, vi. i. clence i.,......mu' o,-
PRICES CURRENT ing Mr. and Ms, .1. A. Lyle, of that I .c.luI's li.nd ,.
GROOERIFS. place. l aer a n I ti..,i;i ,(' '
lb T ea, i l ',1 C/ A A ~^ l' of P a t. .tj 'ir l.tc* '.t se hit I l.
4uigar, / F Tea, It' The yonng folks of Palker gaveC a .. geli .lat ,
i ranulated ..... 'A., e o ....... :I ". ..
Cre.A .....' 5/' Gunpowder.. 40 dance in W. H. "'arkers real estate ') t. ::tl Iw. i
It lirowl ..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.40-60 office ,n 'uesda3 night of last we. k :! i. ",r i:l.t. I AL
ori'Yr e, Cond milk, caln l i i' .. 1i t
Green. 12.o20 Uasweet 'mo.l 0 All had .a splenuid titie it one cii, : i 1 t,' Jm I"
Ariucklie,lbl2-15 Sweetened ..... 10 judge by the tnerriemneni gainig *,I. _t .;. ;:1, i l l tlii s i:
'iiiiger nlaps 31b25 Iliking powder 1 \ t1 1 "1l -
3rackers,sodt.. 10 Rkyival...... .. 50 The steamer J. P. Williams dell( ::, trINiN.g l toY
l'o.lacco, pliug 21,16ti Campbell ...... 10 eretd a lot of freight for W 11. liai ker ., OLeo i. -' l of Sua l't
" ii Oanned fruit t
I aoilonae's,.15 Peaches... 10:I &' Co, ou Friday. Looks like bi.y .. i i.,l him f
\alenictia ...... 8 Tomt toes.....Si!- 2 times. rAl t 0llie h'l il a111M1t
.ict ... .... 64 A pples ... .... 10 '. D a of St. l1 e IL -H
e ...... Pears ......... 15 E 8. Day of St. Aendrew anl le s 'n :"e.. In ,r
VFL 1tLe I-2 'llns ......... 10 Misses Snitl aid brother of (ra'in Otugh Rem edy t,-.L h lr11.,y
Dried VecAce' ; ACough 1Rem edy d Il ul',LIe.
Joal Oil pral .... 20 Strawlrrie... i alen the lance lice oa TIle The Children's Favorite lu' l with ic
-. o'," p ... -, ,,,,..,'i M -.. .-. ii ias .n %% h p h3, Colds, Croup and r.it (. <., coin,.t tr

Cuceas 11b 3(r Curlipv
Butter .....- 25-35 Lobst
Oleoinm rgerii .. 18 S.ain1o
Li.LtL .... .... 'l 0 '"tCal"ed
Beans ........... 5 BaIted
Ooco.-tini t pkg.. 0 Corn.
Jelly, gla.3 )taio 2 Peas.
Liie Ju ice...... 4 Pump
Fggs pvr do... 20
Flour Pork
P no f S'th)'2" 2 37 D. S.
Obelisk ...... 3.25 Bacot
Uoru Meal pr lt70-60U Fresh
Oat Meal pr lb... 5 Br'kf'
Oorn per bu ..-iju O, Ham c
Potatoes Shoul
Irish.... ... 1 40 Beef
Early iL'se seed 1.60 Cormc
SwcLt.... 6tiui1t75 Fresh
ialt, pr sack.. ,.00 Dried
Table ........ 5 Milk p
Naile. oer lb4,';2a-4) Ax,with
G(alv wire do.1.,61i Hoes, e
Manillia rope... 9al20opper
3 tves cook,..$ 5 Linseed
"iipe, per joint 18
l'vints, per yd.. 5aS 01hecks
hlicetitug .... 5a0 Flannel
M ulin....... 9al i. Thread [
eans. ....... l5a45. Shoes, I
Iti lra pailits )at a225 Men's
Hay pr cwt. .75al.1i5 Oats pr
3r.ii ... ...... 1.25 Brick p
tope Sisal .....7@9 Lime pr
)ritges pr doz. 45 Pecains
Apples ........ 15 Walnuts
eni. ns ......... 20 Almond
ta shell pi1,000 1.50 Opened
tiorses... $50il50 Cows...
Mules.... $50a*175 Hogs...

Qlxen.. pr yoke $65 Sheep..
!'OU I,'I'It
a-. .,k t Ii s iu -h 4U..'">t Geese e
.rk )i .. 5. .l 1)1 Ducks,
resh Salt
.',illul pr dor. 25c Milie
T' '' . ....... 5 T t i t
'tiin .4liiu pr lt. 6 o'uiip
... ..g.ti ..... 10 Mack
itHart,] inV ...$14.00 Heart,
Face 1" ... 12 ti Face
Sit, ... 10,00 Sap
lDrop siding, cli
Heart (ace ym 14.00 tgx( in
linp 10.00 Finishii
Bufl litiilier.. 8@ia1 l er, d
loniI shiilnglet, 2.50 Lath,
p 1.50 Boat

$100 I oward. ^
The readers of this paper
ed to learn that there is
dreaded disease that scien
able to cure in all its stage
catrarL'. Hall's Catarrh Cu
posit ive cure known to the
ternity. Catarrh being at e
disease, requires a constitt
meant. Hali's Catiirrh Cure
ternally, acting directly up
and mucous surfaces'of the s
by deatrnving the foundati
ease, and giving the patient
lililing up the constitution
nature in doing its work.
toes have so much faith in
powers that they offur One
lars for any case that. it
T.Ako Iall's FPanily Pills
Not Difncult.
nik Prieed rElector-Y-
i5" tUg

T-1- '.. l' -cI il Iitiv, 1te' lU SvL uu I, 1g .
.ed teelu-t 5 fill, 8, e dyle famnus fnr its caresover
-, l" al t.eel< lept ai tt li [.i1),lai t a t!l'' t of thie civitlizd world. it can
n.. fV. 0 1> n\ltdiesday, for her home in lBaint- "i,,u, ',r '" hParmnjitrug nl .
......10@15 We hadI a severe thunder atorm on

.. ....... Supdavy night-lightning struck the Some Wordls IiB'giiningi Witnh i.
telephone wire at the store but struck Most persons asipirtte th i ,itiiwl let-
ter of humblele" nowadays and write
thie switch and jumped Iff; did no "a hum' le"' just as ti'y write ", a hum-
pr lb..... .11 damage, bilut made a report like a hug" or "a lhuning. Ir'd." But there
SSides.....12 pistolit. Pt are very many who would not nLati'ral-
... 81 ly so'n an h in "h'midke," or In
stiBc'in 16-22 VWe think that the Tompkins re- "hoer'," "hospital," '!.,:' o," or even
eaqv's'd 15-20) potrer's f'ortunoe is an assured thing "hunor." Blefore the nDti.tetenth can-
ders..... ir ltury nobody dida. thouighI it is clear that
tyiet lie gives out to the wvot-lil those i1 pt' hiad become regular by
d ...... 8 ioles on "how to make a naphtha "David Coope -rnield's" time, from the
......... 25 laun ch work every time." Don't fact that PDid eus harps on ITriah
r qt...... 10 keepl us in sulspense, but phase tell the h Is coll rativhely iioJnce me.
us how. diaeval men not only said "abit" for
ihatdes .. 75
itch.. 3a50 -,----- . I-------- "habit," but wrote It so and the Bible
paint, can 50 has "an Hebrew."
oil, gale5@60 lTOMPIKNS. -- ---
Special report to the Buov. In Self Defense
Busiuiess is ruslhingi at this writing. Major Hamnm, editor and manage" of ;
.....5a4 We atre hn i glad to hear hat tdie the Constitutionalist. Eminence, Ky.a 1
per spool. 5' people of St. Andrew will establish a when he was tercely attacked, four
iadiea.la 75 bak t St. Andrew. years ago, by piles, bonrht a box of
...d$1 40a ba at St. And Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ot which he
S. Mrs. Young and laughter of Bay- says: "It cured me in ten days and no
hu .......60 head were guests of Mrs. E. W. trouble since." Quickest healer of
r M..... 13.00 yb
r ial.l...... 75 T'onpkins, Sunday. burns, soros, cuts apd wounds.25c. at
3. Naphtha launches are as numerous A. H. Brake's store.
r lt..... 10 oni the bay as ordinary skiffs used tlwaiva o ltenin e.
0 hnl 1 5 to we There Is a group of insand's to the
S........ south of New Zealand called the Sis-
Your reporter has had quite an ex- terms, or Svewn t -'. whi.- Y n rep't-
pr i 200 perienic with naphtha launches for ed to be siubiected to a pran!tig-!y omi-

... $ ,t$25 the past to 0 or three months and fo)r of sth liIUa Te s:. a nnd oh Ti'ra
..... tIO $4 the benefit of others, would like to del FIu',-. savin' for the diffe"n.-e
/ give a tow directions how to make that the rain often takes the form of K
acl- 55 tbem wo eve-y ime sleet and snow. On a Tline running
ach. i5a50 th work every ime ronnd tIe world from four to eight or
..... 5 First see that there is plenty of nine degrees there are patches over
taphtha; oil the engine, where need- which rain seldom ceases to fail. Thie
S .1 i s called the "zone of constant preciplt
Sp h.... 5.50 ed; adjust the flipper; turt on te tion." but at the same time there are
iu ... 10.00 naphtha; turn the wheel a few times, several localities along it with very
erel .... 8.0(0 Thlen if it doi't o, punilp the water little rinfall.

Ceillg. out of the boat, look at the battery;
y 1.. ..$14.00 see that tlie duflapper works good; --
... 12...0 pull off yNour coat and turn the a whee'- 1 f" t
tplioards, again; work at that as long as you t '
g- u $12.)0 can, eveni if you do get hSot; but don't i

Sr. $12@15.0c1 say mad dog back wa rl.n; then if thle
ni ... r 2.111 e gtuine doesii 't work-, take off your
:ed....$20 shoes aind kick it wifh all your nmghft. L b
Afte- this, the engine should wotk la
$1OO first class, every time. cot
will be pleas- greatest scientist of the age, A labor t
at lea-t one Thl End of the Wo ld No agency for health h1as so many
ce has been o)f troubles that robbed E. H. Wolfe, of st many.
, and that s Bear Grove. Ia., f all usefulness, came OXYDONOR instills new life into
re is the only when he began taking Electric Bitters, ates, vitalizes every organ into the i
medical Ira- He writes: "Two years ago kidney trou- which Nature intended them. Its use
oiFstitutional ble caused me great suffering, which I physical activity that makes life worth
utional treat- would never have survived had I not OXYDONOR lhas been fully t
Sis taken in- taken Electric Bitters. They also cured health andt happiness to sufferers from
on the blood pe of general debility" Sure cure for cular, Sciatic) Neur'algia, Catanrh. II
system, there- itll stomach, liver and kidney corn- Blood Diseases, Typhoid, Malarial and
on of the dis. plaints,,blood diseases, headache, dizzi- Diseases of Children.
i strength by ness, weakness or bodily decline. Price Write for book c"Grateful Reports"'
and assisting 50 cents. Guaranteed by A. H. Brake reports from many well-known people.
The proprie- '. .- -- Avoid Fraudulent Imitatic
its curative ijia.o.u.to and i'eerLualeo.. has the liaiie ,f le.- HIG IN A Itl' {
Hundred Dol- Iu the i-.utio. s o' the Greeks, Eryp fv)l. H. ~ s NC'lIE, litial,.-, in ht h
fails to cure cIthat nd others perfume was lorig Dr. H. SANCHE & Co, Filh
i.ed. Herodotus mentions the nci- ci* 4"Un -1 Filt
Toledo, O. ,...:. oL' the twelve kings of Egypti who i(;7t\-il,
for constlpa- wereo a. ,rin'le ncrif <- in the temple .. ,
*,' Vulean At the door of the temple
on t.he :4 il-.t altar were laid bundles
.f 's and k woi.I tiwit h all.otnLoii T' on
.ou nr now -L *. :...r, L'-itl .tr "nu, st'.' '.mE....m. i Hti C
ti lan oeSSS^SsSa Tm^hsro..sm End oftl oaec forr"*** health lia soian

miles a day, sir, but your walking
should hnvaee an ollject Patlent-All
right doctor. I'll travel around try-
ing to borrow miion'y to pay your bill.

Not to Be Ilepeated.
"Yes," an old Inliatn fliritr was say-
ing. "the Sioux done 'tilethiliig to me
aItht t0hmy emlill ie'vor do again."
"W'h:t v: li it?"
"They sc:aipei me."


If you haven't a regular. healthymnovementofthe
bowels every day, you're ill or will be. Keep your
bowela open. and be woll. Force, in the shape of
violent physic or pill poison. is dangerous. The
smoothest, easiest, most perfect way of keeping
the bowels clear aud clean is to take
,j 1. CANDY

Pleasaut, Pnlatable, Potent, Taste Good, Do
Good. Never Sicken. Weaken or OrIp'; 10, 25 and
50 cents pr boz. Write for tree sampl.i, and book-
let on health. Address 433
Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.

linsetall Int
Johnson-Yaii sn %

Ut ha ~itt~
Am.I l1i No'ih put
)nr- hrd -~'yniik


Notice is hereby gi
lowing named settler
his intention to make
port of his claim, an
will be riade before
Circuit Court at Vernc
20, 1906, viz:
Hd 35456 .for the se
r. 15
H.: nani? '.h,0 1 foilh
Pl' iWi, hi cout inLIOUS
in eniltivtttion of said
:Siamn il Richareson
('arliar NI Porterit an
all of Anlner.oon, Fla.



Twentieth Ceptur
Shorhand and Busin
Write for Full



r Years it has
Guard of a Vas
[t is the embodiment
w known to huian
icentrated the exp
of love for humanity,
faithful friends-no

the system; regene
ioper discharge of
. brings vigorous lie
I living.
tested in all diseases.
Rhcnm'atismn, (Iull
ay Fever, Asthma,
all Fevers, Female

containing illn.ilr:

)ns. TIo only goan
.,tleet, Denroit, .Mi
avo. N iv Yojrk (.'i|
.h ave Clhi.-nag 1
S'allirinn, strei et. 3


:;ti Ptl.l''r ~~tu find "nldil-.dT

n.'l". r')!o hiTih to l wnve.u. T'rhen
;.itO the1 intLer' courts rii-'.''hedl the roy
al procesrioa, preceded by nlcensd
burners, who bore golden salvers, and
by tie smaller altar the kings knelt
il prayer. The priest, rising, sprin-
kled consecrated perfume over them
and brought forth there golden beakers
for libition. But the old man, a little
muddle headed,' counted eleven cups as
twelve. Psaimmetichus, who was left
without, took off his brass helmet and
In that offered the perfumed wine to
Vulcan, the tire goJ. Previous to this
the oracle had declared that he who
-offered a libation In a cup of brass
should be sole kin- of E'rypt. Uncon-
eCiously Pismu:et.'hus had ful'll'ed
the condition, and he was tlerewith
proclaimed kinug.

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for Young Ladies in the South. New buildings
pianos and equipment. Campus ten acres. Grand
mountain scenery in Valley of Virginia, famed
for health. European and American teachers.
Fdll course. Conservatory advanRtage in Art,
31sic and Elocution. Certificates wellesley.
Students from 30 States. For catalio.ip- a-.ir.itj
MATTIE P. HARRIS, President, .wa',,, '. \%'.
Cleanses and beautifies the hair.
S Promotei a luxuriant growth.
Never Fails 1 i.! itre Gr y
Hair to its Yobth.,il C) :-.
Ceres scalp dise .r :i
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Factory on Bay Front, near Washing
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Factory Equipped with Engine and Modern

Mouldings, Coffins, Stair-Buildinm

Estimates Cheerfully Furnis


".ARy MPC lndanapoi~,

ew Yt k Life In.
4eI.iWhen the IW PARKER..
ti*kle I for a fe

i Hair Fatis a p 1

arri I oil the JU.E S T A
j,,iile itparty. Then it's time to act! No time
c i,, rthe so- to study, to read, to experi-
ment! You want to save your
ell _asd. hair, and save it quickly, too!
So.i iY,, bhnoug So make up your mind this A LA*
,t. ri n,]i,..t.i. very minute that if your hair P A RK E R, F A
', .;II ,' l.yas ever comes out you will use W ill Attend to Paym ent of 'iaxes
".d Ayer's Hair Vigor. It makes
S., s the scalp healthy. The hair and Collection of Rent for Non-Residents.
, it proper y stays in. It cannot do any-
Li usei l thing else. It's nature's way. eSURVEYING A SPECIALTY. -D
il ti ti-iitns, l- Thebeetkindof a testimonial-
huln tius islong "Sold for over sixty years."
& -,)I l.std. m Madeb C .C.AerCo.,Lowell,MBase.
nytug w,,ti so msnufaotueresof
y'V PiuS iTil Allantion Lumber Conimanly,
e etai l Yet A yr CERRY PECTORAL.
,' s r '-s th 0- ....W A N D
Strptiortte In- teChurchard Novelty. A
S hvn In the churchyard of the little Mid GEN ER AL MER1CHANT,
Sir.'l:.ualed dlesex village of Pinner. England, there
UglLhtItst f- stands a maonumleut qulte distinct fr.. A A VT AV
u1t11iS'IP all ti. l which s-rond It. It t.'. t AT T AW TON O N EAST BAY
Sr ouu 1.., 1,'..,t 1,l:rI E NOW PREPARED TO LL LL ORDERS FOR
l, rts ni d ri j, .'. T:., ,I,' 1 I. il,,T I '' T P T. 'h!) )
t.h, inu to it_ ;lolument was rnl.sed v :- lo .iJ I i U L R BE, ,-
fl irederlCk I'r'zds iam an gnog Loudon W
^ ne ;. Whether Large !r Small. Write for Prices.
i,; the I.- .,,-ri-tims te!!. Thcv I0o not,
'lowevcr. tell ,I.1:7' he chose to have his
S tmairents' remains p '.je'e in i-ild air in
F 1 know's the stone 'hlil instead of l.'i,: buried
'1, it's In It in the usual manner. Thji curious act
1k 1 s? Waltor,. is aecon'mt( for in n a.trnnge w.y. P O &DR S O E
in"u t:.; B' ii:, It appears tiht his parents came into ___ ___ _
on- e".' cirta'lT oine i o rn'ey which was to 1)0 tlirs "so '
Stl lo l'et ouJt oi; lo.I r as their bodies were albov' tilhe
k Tri o.. r iion." when th? y died. therefore, in $f -
- ... er that the money should not pCss
OT ES, into other hands t' oir on buriedd" I
Il' them il th*s curious manner, ad, de- =0.
UDI -'.\'i' iN. Iptlre the apparent injustice, his object -
THfNTERI was attaiued. .
HAE ., Fi A
venilthat the fol- In Samuel Pepys' period a bill was "
has 'l:'1 notice of brought into parliament "to restrain
final proof in sup- The excessive and superfluous use of COMMERCE AVE. EAST OF BECK ST., ST. ANDREW FLA.,
(d tint said proof coaches."-London Outlook.
th,'Clerk of the D1;ALT ?,1i TI
on, 'Ia.. on Sept. .i-grace ls Immortal and living eve ri 1 i iYn F ny 1t
oher, en o;ne', thinks it dePd..-Plautus. f tPftlloy 0 T l Aric s
of nderonv, p. 2 LUnnecessary Expense. tlS a c 1 1 Mi
of ee 14, tp 2s,
W Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea I
s rd, >1 o ucore n t r I Handle no Quack Nostrui.s.
SrI'det'tc. upOn come on without warning and prom ,t re- |
i I' vi/.: lief must be obtained. There is no neces- Q
. ?rIlon Shile;, sity of ineurring the expense of a physi- PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED!
A .uCallI In, cian's service in such cases If Chamber- JI J. KESTERE M. D. DrU s'sDist.
Nsnofl eistr. lail'a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
.f Remedy is at hand. A dose of this remedy
will relieve the patient before a doctor TIM E TABLE
n 1 could arrive. It has never been known to E H AS V L *
.0 1 fail, even in the mcst severe and danger- 1111 I
ous cases anc no family should be with- LIU I VILLE & N ASHVILL E R I
out it. For sale by all nedcine dealers. In Effect April 14, 1901
The early muffs were small and. No 4 No, 2 No. 8 No. 1
made of satin or velvet, lined with 12:35 n'n 11:05 p.m. Leave Pensacola, Arr.ve 5:10 a. m. 4:00 p.m
A fur. The leopard skin came in with 2:2 p.m 1:0l2 .i in. ", Floinaton, Leave 2:33 a m. 2:30 "
y ckkeepilg, Queen Anne. There is a print of an 4:2'2 2:55 ,- t -?llie; .1 -', ,a
aess p.manship Elizabethan lady with a small muff 8:25 7:30U ew O ulean. :1i .I.
hanging from her girdle. Before this NORTH.
3Y 1i.iAIL. date it was probably looked upon as 2 No.No. No 3
Infmatin an eccentric novelty, at least in Eng- 11:0 p.m 12:35p m.in. Leave Pensaoola Arrive 4:00 p.m. 5:00 a.m.
land. A full century before a Venetian 6:5 .m. 630 Arrive Montgomeay Leave 11:15 a.m. 9:35 p.m.
'" !grand dame had carried her lapdog In 11:59 9.. Birmingham 8:33 4:05 "
SrmpnhS her muff, a fashion that continued for 2:30 8:50 a m Louisville '" b:15 p.m. 2:45 a.m
ru pl a long season and found its way Into 7:20 1,. CincinDati 6:00 11:15 n.m.
s PFrance. In Paris muffs for this ex- 7:20 p.m 1'30 p.m St. Louis 4:lc 8:55 "
[ERIT, press purpose, chiens manchons, as ENACOLA AND RIVER UNUT N
they were styled, could be bought in 'SNCOLA AND RIVER UNCTION
B in tI Life 12 at the establishment of the Do- No. 21 No N,.23 No. 22
itnoiselles Guerin, rue de Bac. French Daily. Daly. Dailyrp. Dily.
st umber. sumptuary laws condescended to no 15 aoa. 10:0 .5 6:0
.j tieo such minor details as the colo" 12:15 n't L:1. Bohemia. 10:37 6:06i "
Slthe highest of a muff. The bourgeois was obliged 12:23 7:18 Escambia. 10:32 5:57 '
s1,,ce. In i. is to restrict himself to somber black. 12:35 7:25 "' Mulat 10:23 5:45 ,
.ce of the The noble might please himself. Un 12:39 7:28 Harp 10:21 5:40 "
er eder Louis XlV., therefore, the man 1250 "' 7:35 Galt City 10:15 5:27
eher deserves chon of the courtier was brilliant wilb 12:58 7:39 Milton 10:10 5:20
nether deserves gold lace and embroidered ribbons. 1:30 a. Good Range .... 4:55
'1:55 3:15 H.iti 9:35 4:35 "
"i '5 fo 1Rev !. 2:2o0 8:30 Milliian 9:20 4:11 "
,as, riuviEn,. Small oage fr Rent, 8:38 Crestview s:13 :0 "'
thlfuctins for oter Wyoming a.'e and Wilmot st. 3:00 8:56 Deer Land 8:55 3:34
til with all the Apply at Buoy office. 3:23 "' 9:10 Mossynk H rine 8:e18 2:43
A 18 9:44 Argyle 7:44 t 2:31 "
a has brought 4:4C 9:5'7 Ponce de Leon 7:29 2:13 "
tliatorv, Mus 5:00 10:Io Westville 7:17 1:55 *"
I|'l Trinhle,. r-- a a 5:08 lu:15 Caryville 7:12 ,," t.

),,"5:33 10:30 "jonutay 6:5o 5:2,
pti6t, and 6:00 10:47 0 Ch plcy 6:37 1:04 ,,
Sa6:30 11:07 Cottondale 6:18 12:38 nn
t4s, prices and ron :00 11:25 Marianna 6:00 12:14 '
o 7:40 11:45 Cypress 5:38 11;45 am
ii4 OXYDONOR Fence 7:50 11.42 Grand dge5:3211:22
7:58 12:02n'n Sneads 5:21 10:56 "
cheaperthanwood. Will lastalifetime. 8:15 r 12:15 Ar RiverJunction Leave 51:0 pm. 10:20 a. M
SMighest Awards World's Fair, St. Louis, 1804. 8:15 12:15 Ar R r
SrAR i m eakn the Trail Where Gloves Are rown.
S. A J3( 1 Winter in the mountains is severe In The ra siina of kids for th..-,r skins is
O'e l a CINCINNATI, o Its restrictions. Sledging and travel a l d i,,, industry :It..-' te French
i al, (CIan la. lo ds. lowpricea will suprileeou. over the snow banked trails are limit- mountatipets. .10 o.t"in no small
call ald ed to bare necessity. In the colder sea- :nrt of fteit' s'i)usisice from this
Ile a US.lonst tI triils nr" kept open by shovel- :'o(-Me. -ortness. delicacy of texture
ir ali-,,l pi)acking thitan down. When the ,nd fre.ndom from #it,,n.h ;are princl-
i t r',..i-T slug Intermittently in high, ;li fta toI the valne 'of kid kings ,
i- ? -- f lju ie t.v.inister. with a belt ,..- r ... .:," i'L '.. 't ,tlals greatA
. _.. - -.- -. _7 --- -. o1'' LU-pittUri M M

0U St. An(drew, Lh'lt.

Ave., OR SALE!


s Etc.
, achiner Almost as Good as New!
May be seen lying on the
Beach in front of the Buoy Office.
SApply at Buoy Office.

ed. Windmillas Newspapers.

deathss, instead of being recorded in
S newspapers, are indicated by windmills.
RITE FOR When a miller gets married he stops
}RICES AND his mill with the arms of the wheel 1-4
ATICESAN D a slanting position and with the sails
ATALOGUE unfurled. His friends and guests fre-
- quently do likewise with their mills, In
token of the ceremony. To Indicate a
birth the wheel is stopped with the
'.;: :.; arms in a slanting position, but at a
more acute angle than for a marriage
- and with the two upper sails unfurled.
M EShould a miller are all furled, and the wheel is turned
round until the arms form an upright
cross, in which position 1ley are left
until after the funeral has taken place.

tMII out-d, lil-; -vere,-at nnd folopinng
li; ti'n;i to keep warm, faces his great-
,it Lirdthl'.s. but when the heavy
-,unovs and rapid thaws of spring come
teaming means a battle and a venture
with a sudden termination hanging
Just above. Thousands of tons of
mnow up the mountain sides hang
on a trigger that can be sprung by
the sigh of a breeze or the rolling of
a puine cone, and In summer many a
barren slope and pile of rock and tim-
ber at the bottom tells a skeleton tale
of the winter's night. Floundering,
swearing and persevering open the
trail-a little ruffed thread of white
from up above, but a hard day's work
for a mau.- Outing Magazine.
Indolent Rossinl.
Rossini was one of the most indolent
men that ever lived, yet he wrote op-
eras against time, as it were. "The
1Barber of Seville," for instance, was
written and mounted In less than a
mouth, which fact gave rise to Donl-
zettl's cogent witticism, Upon being
;,,1 that Rtssini had finished his opera
"n thirteen days Donizetti replied: "It
ve-ry p) :-:i'le. HIe is so lazy!"

Mother's Discipline.
This Is the way a mother disciplines:
She spanks her child for crying for a
slice of cake, and then when It cries
because of the spanking, she gives It
the whole c ke to comfort It-Atchison

,' '" ( ,i F .M1e .lt i "Itr))L .- \ L .UIli^uu
i ":.., I le i'.-' to ,' i t ': *- til ''-aiue of
the :1 declines, for \wil!i a grass diet
its skin t ':,. -.il:ti.-. be ;ius to grow
coarse(r ra ,! l r.r i' t f.',titre., and Its
r.if menrt vaniLhes. It in. therefore,
kept closely penned, not outly to pre-
vent it from eating brass, but also to
secure its situ from ;.,:,i'deutal Injury
from scratches or brushes, which im-
pair its value. Wheii the kids have
reached a certain age at which the
skins are In til.: lxs;t co'idltion for the
use of the clov'r they are killed, and
the hides are sold to traveling hawk.
ers. through whom they reach the
great centers of the tanning industry
at Annonay, Millau, Paris and Greno.
A 1ra vwbnack.
"Dli, y nt lr:.:n:d t1nul3 that golft0
Improved h'1: healthi"
"Yes; It imnprovd his health. But
unles- !.! l-.iarns to) pl:iy better It will
spoll his (!lv!os*tio')."--~xecl lnge.

Along thl, rivem th -'' it;: '; ia-!e:' '.if sa't rmnrhb-
es. Th< .1f"-. i *'. :' '*,- W' es to
th ter. i' h : :.g ,-..:. i me".trr), lealrv
a rt's ii oi f ilr.
'TiMe Parvenuu.
Wi.e--il-hat is a patrvenu? Hublet--
Th:'s wb.hat the men who) got rich ten
yea-rs .ego calls tie man who got rili
yev,' 'lt .y.Y"


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*Ch:ii r itSiso vnt lit Work.
' A f'oohs. i pee ,tt u ., if, hi.,li'v, and
H Mlae i !;t' I< -.Liv. a virtuous nt
I vitlifi1 ". ianti a vicious, one badly,
1i stoneu. ,t h ) well put together it
lnieuis that ia t .,'i', trul mari cut It
and ait houne.t luau cuwented It. If
it has too much ornamenu t it means that
Its < ar\i v, a i i ) 1 gIr V 'i," f Jpll.'iah' e,
if to,) llttl- l.it h ;'ai ru'le o ur hl-
Besiitive itr stulaid or lte ,ie. A man
tuay v hidei hin-i-f frn'ta Iin L r insielir
nt lhia-l If to >i e:e'.i. otlh.-r a~ay.
but he, .ituiiict in Ilis wirk. T l;.ere t x'
sure y',u hav, hliu to the utU-i),t, all
that he likes, all that he s.ee, all that
he can do--his lmngluntla-u, hi nffeec-
tion, his pIersrverance, hIls Impnlatlivie,e.
clumislness, eleverines. everything Is
there. It" the work Is a cobweb you
know It wns inade by a spider. If a
honeycomb by a beo, a wormcant In
thrown up by a worm and a nest
wreathed by a bird, aud a house Is
built by a man worthily If be Is worthy
and ignobly If he is Ignoble. And al-
ways, from the least to the greatest,
as a thing made Is good or bad so is
the maker of It.

Animal' Piny la Exercise.
The relaxed rhythmical movements
SO common among animals at play, the
gamboling of Iambs. the play of kitteas
and many similar animal activities, are
imitated by man lu the primitive
dances which form uo large a part in
~ nn.n Ini, ..i~i -01 -own- -,m

riginal peoples. Tll.,cw wotlons orThafC
$Sng, sw-inging. swaylng and twisting of
the body have. all if them, a most inti-
mate and piiwverrifl inNlupe'* upon the
body's n ti' itle,'. organic and muscu-
lar. lt,.lling is a form of exercise
which Is a favorite with many animals
and Is especially practiced for the pur-
pose of relieving fatigue. Rolling is
peculiarly enj-,ya.vle and grateful to
the animnial because It provides not only
relief for the tensed muscles, the de-
pleted organs and the slow moving cir-
culation, but because as the animal
rolls the firm pressure of the ground
tipon his body constitutes a most ef-
fective and agreeable massage.

Entirely Uselena.
Agent-Buy a burglar alarm?
Mr. Man-What the deuce -do I want
with a burglar alarm when my wife
bears them every night without one?

Spend .no strength In worry, Yon
need it all for duty.-Anon.

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Two Maps- Eac $1L
30x50 inches., correctly platter andii
showing all thl> int're iimportai'
buiililings-is of great value to any
one e,,"nlh i ilatih^ purchasihlg p"l-
e;-ty in town. It coversI abutit foui
miets of coast line, extending east.
*varil from Dyer's Puii.t to and enm-
Vaicing Old St. Androws, with cr
Pipolnnidimg territory inland. Price
Chief lr.ill:r, at the BUOY Office.
Showing all thI Itt ds disposed of Il
the Ciniciinllti (Cornilany. ;l.-.., locateMi
F irri.onI, I arker, 4 'rri tl onllIfll au.I
aj.ilcint c ui4ut sv. TL'h. pilat ot Ili
Ints ik n14a hi'wvir. I'uf liy tile a id .I
this mralt Ivhe ail|"p,', in 1t1u i ,a" iiii o(l
aw nv let i.- ea -ily ,I e i ,,,i ivf. I',i,'-
One 1-)ollar, at thle lin,-v Iy ti t,
4L. .. Lk--, .

.PA l U Iim r i 1 ii I '11 ir a l in ll' 1i 1 ) IIm y I -a
any a, 1ro -.... o ,. reeipt oft tho I licer.

Our Clubbing List.
ThIie BLII. has i.,di vi'ary 'ilei Ir l iiilh-
hing arA.in l gelnlait 'vill ;.a lew oftihe vert
.es Ipulhli'.ratioIsa5 in tihe country and for'
lihe plresnit eann send for a whole year
ibe BiUOY anid
I)c iail Free I 'rL (twice-a-week
and Year Rook)............. 1 7
The Fla T. U. & Citizen, daily for $5 8.)
do Seini weekly,fortfl 55
Scietir i ,cI AA eri;oi ,' ,-'' .. 3 55
Filriu'iHiii s I- l [11 61o ''t1m . 2 55
'lo do club.of 5, each ... 2 25
I trm Journal, Phil-.d'a, monthly I 10
Uineminlali Enqitirer twice a week
large pages each issue 1 .... 1 75
Atlanl;l<'"m tlitution ... I 75
N.Y. World (thrice a wiek)-...... 1 70
The Cosm*nopolitan........... .. 1 7T.1
The Criteriols................... I 5(1
For wory wor either of the above publica-
tions in connection iith thte BUOY, ad-
drBss all orders to I HE BUOY,
St. Aindre", Fla.

For Sale!
We effer for sate a strip from the
south side of the north half of the
northwest quarter &f section 10, town-
ship 4 south, range 14 west, running
from the school house to Watson bayou,
adjoining MilIlville on the south. Will be
sold in acre, quarter, or half-acre lots.
The price asked will be according to
freRtlon. W. A. EMMONS & 00C

He Told lHer Why.

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lot I 3 ;.ud II I. IL 31 ,i1I ll1 ma1 IL. 3:.a1
Ip 3., r. 11wV. T'he ile .id laid I 'll"g ;t-
e- l'1 ti t LU : la.te .i 1 I I U .ll I -,,I'I ,
lif:,ales *i Ii t rit .rin l W, ,. St:, l,-lWurl
liszs l aid ceilili-.ilc.4i -hall I..- nrcal-.I inm '
.i.,aJd din, lo Ilaw, lui dea.l a ill .inain
tI ,-ro ie i the ,3d day ol A r A u-t, a. i..

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of Wa

- I. i.'I k a'unII t I, '. i I
ashington iCounty, Florida.

Notice ol Application for Tax i)eed
Undur Section 8 of Chapter 4888
Laws or Florida.
No ice is hereby given that G. W.
Eatrnshaw, purchaser of Tax Cert.ficate
No. 166. dated the 6thi day of June, A. D..
1904 has filed said certificate in my ollice,
anid has made application for i tax deed
to issue in accordance with law. Said
certificate embI)raes the following de-
scribed property 'ituated in Washington
county, Florida, to-wit: The ci eofl I t 34
)>lock 33, as of section 35, tp. 3s, r. 15w.
The said land b ing assessed at the date
of the issuance of ,such certificate in the
name of Unknown. Unless said ce.-tificate
shall be redeemed -accor ling to law, tax
deed will issue, thereon on the 28th; day
of August, A. o.. 1906.
Witness my official signature and seal
[[.. s ] this the 24th dity of Julv, A i.,
1906. W. C. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Court,
Wahington County, Florida.

Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.i
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 thc
circuit court at Vernon, Fla., on Aug.
20, 1906, viz:
ELA M C. FREE, of Nixon. Fla.
Hd 30484 for the ei of nwi and uwi of
net of sec. 36, tp Is, r. 12w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his contirfuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Robert Nixon, Richard A. Rowell,
Jaies Nixon. and C. Mclnnis of Nixon,
Fla. W. G. ROBINSON, Register

Jnne 18, 1906.,
Notice is hereby given that, the follow-
ing-named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will he
made before the clerk of the circuit court
at Vernon, Fla. on Aug. 20.19!6, viz:
JOHN H. I O!'TER, of Econfina, Fla.
Hd No. '""J2il foo the wi of the nw1<,
set, of nwi and swi of nel of sec. 12,
tP.l', r. 13vw.
He names- 'the following witnesses to
proved bis continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
Jesse M, MashlihIn, 'lThoq. L. Mash-
hurn, VW, A. Pinckney and John B.
Brown, all of Econfina, Fla.
W. G. ROBINsoN, Register.
AW Editor's fee paid.

June 18, 190u, )
Notice is hereby (given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make lital proof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said proof
vill bo made before the Clerk of the
Cir-ut Oourt at Vernon, Fla., on Aug.
21), 1900(, v:z:
Ftd 30795 for the nwi of sec. 12. tp 2s,
r. 14w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
SAmuel Blampied, and Thomas C.
N;xon, of Tomokins, Fla., and Benj. W.
Snxo,' and nltc 13B. ('rant, :if Bavl ni1',l
non, Fla. W. I;. RoBNSON, l;eiet"-r

No'ice of A).pilieationi Itr 'Tax D-erl
Lli.der Sev i ,I .S ,,I C i:lpiet 44 5
Laws ,I l'l" a ita.
Niliea is li hecelv gl'n tIhat I .K.
a v-- -- .* 4' f K ^

'kialt pr(ouf I'ill f I I lttLil t.I-f1.j1'ki_ Ik k of
tlin' .ircui:t cL'urt al" V l'IjuIII, I la on
Aug 20, 1I'J, viz:
SIDINEY S. SANDEIH. of Fountain,
Hd No. 3;,75, forthe wi of nw} of sec.
4 ae.d e} of neo of sec. 5, tp. Is, r. 12w.
He name% th,. fillo .ihg \w itie.-sses to
prove his cmiiititnjIlai11 ruid'ij :,c upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Mathew Nixon, Will M(Ieod and
George Ellis of Eountuin, Fla., and Jas.
Waiden of Nlxon, Fla.
W, G. ROBINSON, Register.

Land Office at Gainesville, Fla,
June 18.1906.
,1,it.,, is hereby given that the fol-
lowing4 named settler has filed notice of
his i.itention to make commutatioi
proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before The Clerk
of the Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla.,
on Aug. 20, 1906, viz.,
JAMES WALDEN, of Nixon. Fla.,
Hid 33716. for the ni o f set and ni of swi
of sec 30, tp. In,r. 12w.
lie nanues'the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
Mathew Nixon. S. S Sanders, Wyley
Tyson and Thomas McBride, all of
Fountain, Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Register.

C ; 0

Silas of Hebron



Copyright, 1.09, by Ruby Douglas
L. 0 G

John G. Davidson, with his cleanly
shaven, comely face, cleft chin, blue
eyes and firm jaw, might have been,
from ip ,*':riii:,'- an, actor. lie might
have been mistaken for a popular
preacher or a professional baseball
player. His age was, apparently, any-
where between thirty and fifty years.
He had the air of good living and
prosperity which the man of the world
is supposed to wear.
All guesses as to his profession, how-
ever, would probably have gone wide
of the mark. IHe was senior member
of the firm of Davidson & Cole of Wall
street, a firm which bore a rather shady
reputation. Even now he was hurry-
ing home from a hunting trip in Maine,
which had been cut short by the tip,
Irregularly received, of a big "killing"
to be made the next day on the Stock
In other words, Davidson & Cole
were preparing to garner several hun-
dred thousand dollars because the Hill-
mans and the Silvers were about to
close in a death grapple for the control
of the New York and Western. Each
faction held about one-third of the
stock. Fpeculators and investors held
the other-third, mostly in small blocks.
The Silvers needed the road, it was
said, to stifle its chances of becoming
a dangerous competitor. The Hillman
crowd desired it for those very possi-
The stock was down to 37; but, ac-
cording to the information glen:,-d by
the brokers, the t v-ieti.. were lprv'larei'
t)> p I. 17., If ..im c -stry for tl.<' shares
coin-Ititutiing the bImuilice of p.. ier.
Do mipite the suspicion whii a tla'ched
to hilJ on Wallt ,tr'.-et, Luvideon's face
was ou. people lust.mcliv'ely liked and
tru-ted. Whemn. nt a '-.mote junction
point, Silas Ashlhar entered the smoker
of the train, shaking the snow'dlakes

I -:IIi.I n. t II, >i. l A.. l .1 o .... his ulster-it was "iJ"W TT'F i -T
14a,n l-, ,.l the 6th iday ot ,hl,,,,.. tt, .-%s_ h l -t -
il, Jints filed said tc- rtihid io i .ii a,,a- stornimiug-he took the seat beside the
rfice, and has nmade applica ion for tax broker.
deed to issue in accordance aith law, Ashlar was twenty-five, and his good
Said certificate embraces the fillowii-_ natured face, unchiseled by the stress
described property situated in Washing- of city life, was round and immatured,
ton county, Florida, to-wit-: b5 acres in v'ct withal there was native shrewdness
lot 5rof section 14, to 4s, r. 14w; Thi in it and frank honesty.
said land hl.ei,, assessed at the alste of thi Davidson was a man to Inspire not
issuance of such certificate in the unnie only confidence, but confidences. Be-
ot U,,h.nowrm. Unless said. ce' tificat
osha Uknow. Unless said. c to law ta sides, he was in the mood for conversa-
,deed will issue thereon on the 23d day of tion. In the course of half an hour the
August, A. 1D.u h1m)n. country youth was unburdening him-
Witness my official signature and seal self to this H4re-.;ible stranger as he
[L. s.] this the 11th day of July, A. n. had never talked to his closest friend.
1906. W.C LOC'K EY, "I live over to Hebron Valley, in Ver-
COlrk Circuit Court, mont," he said. "I'm clerk in old man
Washington County, lorida. Briggs' general store; been working'
there since I was fourteen. The old
S man wants to retire now, and I'd like
IN twice of Execiutors. to buy the business."
S (Of Fiat S-ttlMlmcut.) "I see," rejoined Davidson politely.
I Courtof County Judge, State of Flo- Silas beat a tattoo with clumsy fin-
ida IIn re Estate of R. F. Bracki n.
Washington Coutity. gers on the window sill and smiled
a Ntice is herehly given, to a I whom il with embarrassment before he proceed-
umay i.onicern, that, on the 1st day of Sep ed. "Thbere's-there's a girl, you know."
tomler, A. D. 1906, we shall apply to th( "Indeed. Briggs' daughter, I sup-
Honorable J. R. Well-, Judge of said pose?"
Court, as Judge of Probate, for our fi.al "No; Jennie Gardner. We're-we're
dischaelige ia. executrix and executor ,i engaged, you see. That's -hy I want
,the cstat.; of R. F. Bracki, deceased the store."
and at the same time %e will Ipreseni t, "Feel as If you'd ought be set up
said court our final accouts As executri f you'd ought be set up
nd executor of said estate ad ak for business before you marry, eh?"
their approval, queried the broker, smiling a little.
Dated Feb. 6 h, A. P., ]iOl6 "Well, no; I don't," replied the young
hIacHEL M. KACKIN, man reluctantly, "and Jennie don't;
Executrix. neither does her ma. But her father-
CuARLys E. ilArAcKIN. he's John Gardner, the banker there at
Executor. _Hbrou--he douut like m thbinka Lau't

?~lC 9imaiilm~~ I

Peckem'-I have been asked to Joln
the Married Men's club, my dear. Mrs.
Peekem-Indeed! And what do njar-
ried men want a club for, pray? Peck-
em-Why, misery loves company, you
know.-Chicago News.

Mon I Am uer'l,'i; iet too fist and too
inim-li. but thv groer nnd thl hibutcli'r
aren't the onie. that are p.alltig attenQ
tlon to the evil S.uter-'rlle .lournal.


Notice, of Application for Tax
Utidet, Section 8 1)'oliCapt, r I Laws of
I~m~imm' a h 'ilall.an 1,[1 J. A.\.El
m Imi -' I .lr II ml oi'I a i 4; I halts Na
ii, ll aNal 112, dcl al 11 am l' 11111 'ILL% asI
.Jai'.'.. I-],l, ;It.,huh ?aiti cI m IiheI tim. e,'
lii I~*'a aa~i '. liid Iai m ua,du -111-1 IaIam'alau
Itor 1 11 ad t o I .-m U .I Ii aI a rC% '% II II L %it
111 ig d L I-aI u1. -I pfmmpeal 1:.lia~iam iii
-~ i-lm aghl'.amae'umal ,lt aaiaj I -a'il TI mI
''S. I I a'.u.It I.. Ia '~n Al ai. 4 t
I a. mlii .-'aIl a I It. I ,an'a l ,Ii. A 1. n
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3:aa t. d it Itain d.1tv i-l' I Ia.I I -m~iti CI:

Ca t, r I hIm5I-I-III, II I U : U h

L I. _,itid e.tLicIKittL ~almi

Ily 'F I:i t k 1;,l1 at I I' anv

I iii'I I I -.-1ut'"I'llE I 'ri %tok.u
Iai 11h tt. 01j.h'~ii -a
i"'tim '. in"iat. QiLOU Kt~dtEN fj
e~u~iig' iillas L -aiLt at lirt'ii, ll~A tlla
bin IC F(i )1.'t L PUI~A tATlitt.Iila

"About 1i 9.1," a,-reed Davidson,
"and If I li-. -'t got wise until a half
hour later \. I have been down and
out today."-
A clerk u i Silas Ashlar. The
country y,, u ;a .a-.,ard with anxi-
ety.* Ih.. ;' l ing. p.iLei' says we
w e re h kt h ,
were hit h .I, hL ieegan. "My mon-
D"Your wn. till right," interrupted
Da dsoen. bi hi. your little old $2,-
000 salted H l.ir w the balloon ascen-
sion. Heree. check." He handed
Ashlar a slii t 15,ae'.
Silas for a U.w moments was dazed
by the ,'p.ol -~ Then he began to
stammer hs thank, but D.btl-l.au
waved thi i"1-" '."Not a word, now,
Silas. 1 .-" Just two promises of
you-that y"jll .'. monkey with the
Stock I.ixch .'
will go k E1I : a-i:.nm and that you
will go ha,,il -Lhx up a wedding
Theriuv I;.a. a) you agree?"
here wer in the young man 's
eyes. "If says t word we'll
be married lu ,of twouty-four hours.
o'This mo*at l other father up. I
don't want .,.re Stock Exclhau;e
business el;t. aa bet. I've been tao
worried tL,, 1A t, days. Cod hi .,
you, Mr. L.':- ia. If you ever come
to Hebroni .ay I II try to show LwW
much you'\ ." ,.a ,' f u,-S."
A dark t Lut,,aunted Cole's thick
neck and t,,,.l .I.,l his face as the
grateful .::c the office. ".Are
you craz. Lid., a he demanded
angrily. "W, the evil did you give
up that Ii T"ihe fool hayseed
would ha .. i :, i,,. you told
"u ajcant as a sarc'an,
a note o fan c, .i. Into his high,
"eYouaitn,'it t thle next question,
"You ain' t L .>n.i<. are y au?"
Thet.i w re l.it-.rness than hu-
mr ia- u mai Is s l:\. as he replied:
'I I t;.. t .- day for that,
'-L t. t: -'t 1..,1i why I dil it,
It'u r'. Did you ever
staolal t., t:i I t--u i I't .i ii led?"

(h, a h l.. r ,,.. o lby."
"* FLF u_ i-r 1:

'----- .( ^* '^^^ ^^ .^^-1.
hleyt ... i t i, -r,'
bcr 'Vitui ia f' ;..1 ,i ,i.,.jl.di:'.,. ainI
heart 1i e ;.', unt. It's h.
d. h.tor A. .I I ,. i, I i, !iry. I,..
husband q"". l blia., ,1,.I Le ,put
thie -. a. .,u; iuig '.,, -k n lil the l.a
that was iMid .' ;n hi- i,..! -.
"V. %_.I!, I U i: .L l a igetl
Cole, \'.-i!.i :t L.i"- I t.t l. ,,t at hi.:h
would Lae irz, :;y ,,b Lut hi
In -I'l ,'I j
"Y i I'r.- 5t'.n i:',.:a,,.r' of this firm,
and y..u i..u i 1. a1 ..:s of yourself if
you %% uat ,... '[ ,'ha: I was about it
Id haLve.. ,, i,- mure than a
mea..iy tv.wo t' .. u.

o' She Knem.
Mr. M,'. -li'hVhb,t w, s it that made
you thlil;: ldl l a diririknine last night?
Mrs. M-o..-, I ,Imt know. I sup-
drunk& Ii at t 1. 1, t i i .re fearfully
drunk hI.,inm ',11,14,h to do with it as
>.inytlhing.-!-.'le I, nd I '. r.

"Is ranci ng.
"Iu yoIr 1.tithtler goIng to make her
debut tbi sn..u Mrs. Parvenue?"
"No, hlutk-.d MIne. Pakin attends
to all thMt. dx t have to do our
own sewing 1 more." Baltimore

She so a Scowl Then.
Minnie-I n e.r noticed before that
this mirror b1 a wrinkle in it. Ma-
min- [ thoiugi you were able to see
wrinkles iun i mirrur you looked into.

hm.'re' t.aot !I
Hqe \'wanlts J,,.
don't you rud
"She won't
father. So I
ter. He'sfn'i n
"He'i d lie r
you owned
'Yes, uad
]111 ? ni(-;annf )
thinks It's In
or he would
Brigt wants
to Now York
I've heard of
,Iulik on Wall
"Tliey'd ge-t
ty minutes ou
Dajvid-;->u deci
that's w*.rer
A-lh!ar. I've
tu my eint,.
uyiself. Sulp
lu'- t'euny maiU
"Say, if y, u
'VeLXry wel!.
drcd. 1 h.re's'"
row. a.id LIIJ
little pile t'.or
aweit. Are oy
taike; th- c(uil
A.\h 1lr's u!a:
treinmliig E4

to' tfI.- l r.'
f'ounte tLe V,
was $51,.1 iii tI
ed ten;i nu)d t'
The 1:, .r.,>:; c>
and ira,.lu!
"'Thetr'-; L.
the card t,'.
number dy,
I'll hai e Su,.ii
When at (11u
the apiia.lliu;.;
the big .ty.v,
way statioii It]
ly felt that he
in iutr'ustij, I
feet striu.,_.r,
David--ju' i fa
attr-actiu rfi
darn i.io far
thing," he Lul.
beat Um- if I i
self. I guess I
The New Y;.
on the Stock
merely a ,,irfi
trial warfare i
In that slit in
street. A fe
ruined. Iefori
loaded up irret
Davidson sine
gun to let go.
His . story of thl,-
clever ftili., w
many siall I.
the Silvers -;\,
since come to
in regard to .t
"Then we'ie
LucIus Cole --i
mish as he s K
private offmi-.-

' " .- i *::, II' ; .. .. i .. .. .. .. .,
L..,.I w .,r,.;';r<, i...'.., r.... its j^ ii II

ini 11 ii I g eL "**' I ".
I ellowt tPAP postiiaster.
t, to molrry."
t'-r.-st quickened. "Why
%tay with the girl?" he

It. She's afraid of her
er mother, for that mat-
(i man."
nil'd to let you marry If
t's just some more of
returned Silas. "IIe
sillle for me to buy It
ay so. All I got's $50l.
2,.fL0. I'm going' dowu
see If I can't raise It.
ney being made pretty
ur hay in about twen-
\'all street," respiondold
ely. "I know, becausee
aig out. But see here,
a little sloprting blood
I've bhe:u utidur dog
I help y.)u downL thi3

ly vould!"
C-t's hab your five hun-
niLn.thiiug oil for touor-
I can cleau up your
vu during the exi:lte-
(illiug to trust me and

X w1a.i to draw, with
a au)lky en'velope
't ,iA .-- It over

NOW -&-, 1,7--



Thi3 s tihe In test ali most complete
Hand .-owv for io,,rkinag plants in the garden. It
I Sell-IIjustll'Stabll; the weight the block to
hi- h I the ,Ialte i.s attached keeps it in Ihe
a,'oiitd., and the depth of plowing is regulated
by liftiui, the ,andui es. A boy or girl of ten
r.a ,.. ,'an haiti.l it with perfect ease. It has a
21-i.hi -It,,.i l w\hoi l, thle height the pitn light. of draft. It has five blades: I ie
a tluri,1i; Ii|d, 2 a Ihovel, 3 a sweeper weecing
11 ,Jc, 4 a ,huhl-tnieunc, 5 a rake. Wrench
\'ail l] ( .i'li ialouw.
Wt. have imailc arrangements by
n i-li A : .au an furnish this plo-v at
tlie actory price, $i3.75, wilh

r -a' _
-i -1-.
a -$
I ~ a-- '~~-*~Pka ~us-
- -- 'I

reitxht to St. Andrews Bay about one dollar, niakiin-. +he plow, deliver.id
$4.50. But the BuTOY proposes to do better than this and will send the I;now,
uone vear and fu' nish one of these plows complete at the faclteryr for 4.504
purchaser to pay freight
Tihe plow may be secn in operation at the editor's r..-id(enc at any time
Order from the BUOY direct,

Sin Well thumb-

,l the uoio ney away
a l.lt of ..t.i-le jard.
r l:," l.:* ld, landing
At I"You. Co.ie to that
.r-tto,j,,rvow at 10, and
;\s for ytl."
.4lh tr, L. .vib ilred by
.(Ase and Culilfu.lion of
e'.urd froni the rail-
the street he sudden-
:l1 done a foolish thilug
11 hL.< money to a per-
ut tL' reui'-mitr".in'e of
e with its undefinuable
surei.I himi. "*I wa.s a
ever thluiln' of this
tiere.l. "They'd surely
i-ld byecul.-tiu' ..y iuy-
vi"hl.m1jii is square."
*k awl Western episode
change uext day was
-,ih in the great indus-
,Ll(h gooe; on ceaselessly
the graLite called Wall
pr,'itetd; scores were
1*.ivilison & Cole had
rievnil.ly with the stock
ledi danger and had be-

is proved justified. The
eight for control was a
which ha]l already caught
4mis. It developed that
d the Ilillmans had long
an aumi'able agreement
e rI.>ad.
out about $65,000," said
e working after the skir-
with his partner in their

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.: t .t I. : h ; t.,ll i,..- i' i
;..[I;[ : i:'' "l 'J uity h Le-; r,., i,,.l L[ .i
I!, w' I 'i ;'.1i' .1 .' ',i':a ta' .. .

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'. I ... ;. ) ,J I .:.i : l" ,' .
S '. I r :- t
l . .r! to I :r !,i :, iL t, I
pr1 .' '.-- r .i'1a .. led.,r ;oin th, '. -.
ti: ,, i ...o < iil. i.. 1 .l s .111
;cl. i ..- .1 y an 0i. if-,:I!,l.. sp..r i-
ied) s, i '. L .'." .I n i t straw

b in .-"at .... a i'e. L'- -, r. i l.- ... h .
I i:. 'h ;. "i -. i. J ,'". -I .,,

_. . i i 1 11, ,: . 1 "i I -( u .i>.j',_ ,-u
The wias a chest, upstairs contain
instoodi iarns behtaco'rinu to riut's de-
par i not ouchsa:r a 1 in.
reliance as etl erectned.:e from the ex-
ecutive a-office. i quaint little fiurg.
cRutin lha old fd hiond flower sprig-i
ged skirt, na ;(ue nntilla, a neo:t straw
bouirryt and a Inc'o t.lard. t f vil.
Tli piintol ,\as o'i govern shor;'ts.d1Isturl'
from tho exIecntive oma'sroni, and e.'
gnou r-et few p'or o's. Tohe gu"rt w' ,.
stood in the u rnodid coridter as S< e

ane s he.directed hio t ex

Mignon did not folow his (0'*,pret'o"'.
Ruth had told Ler how1 she e ,ain ?' h
privato re.,ctum( wh-en she ", ...; in
hurry ;and did not lhave tinm. ftr tl,
red tap.. .'cl .unols of ;iirion.> I'?O a *.
prie aslke scco-try ant nr:e. e:-. h
slip;',0^ into 11o ".ovrnor's ]-m;aDro'r and
body oir the thi, door from .L- e ito

"You reo oveth rnor chancd. to be ? e
qlnd e tari'"d i sptC ;ps, ti se. vh,)
was o boi.i in intrusion.
"Dit yoU w t see1 oU meP, 11 :-'l- ?Ira?
be aske)4 int courtly mann1ert. il;cig a
chayoir for the visitor.
ThYou are thie governor' asked
qfore, hinh pit-.dcedt' voice.
"I an." be ad"id' '".
"I ca.e to see 1f youi wo,'1d 2+evo me
a position in the capitol. I i T *iv5d-
ow of a soldier-anld-I pa;i; t;ixr^"-
"A soldier's widow?" as'*"" the gov-
ernor, with interest. "+In w.h ,t w:-'r did
your husband serve. civil or ,par, ish-
There was a moment's '. *:iI.,tioa be-
fore M!gnan dc .,ed to le..te "lior
hlnsband" in t'e civil war.
"What w as his co1np :*' rnd in
vvhat regiment did he eni ;t'?
"Don't you know tb number of his
"Oh, yes; thirteen."
"And what state?"
"And what v,-a3 the letter of h!i coni-
pany?" he asked, bl'gilnhlng to make a
7':y-R:" tri inphantly.
His ponci! .p.ioed.
"The companies were only lettered to
K for infantry, you know."
"Then probably it was K," she said.
"K loks lilo _P. you know."
"Y; tfb soe: tim.3," he admitted, "but
what k'al o'( puslt in did you wish?"
"Aay po'. _+" e,: erate+y.
"WVIhat ex ir '.Lnc .1 Ivo yro:i had?"
"I have copie! kg 1 papers." remnmn-
beri-:g a brief she I.d o ce copied for
her father, who had wrathfully con-
s" .7- .1 It to the fl.nat.: 'j the criti-
cism that it re:einbled his Chinese
laundry check.
"Have you. j' '.I h : ev!-

girls' tDought Mignon as s6 spe, f
home. When she had made a change
of costume she discovered, to her dis-
may, that it was too late to jein the
girls at the country club for luncheon.
as she had promised. While she was
reflecting on this change In her pro-
gramme tl.e li'nr.iry door opened and
the governor entered.
"Gh, there isn't any I:kn. :" sh"
said. "Th,.! girls are at the :--lIf links.
Mrs. I'.i.. i it! i i invited ont for I:.
tlday, a-d -I mad- L a ;st::'. : :..
tin' ;tI l d'I't n-uet .... You wer.

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1,ill noilUt remedy t~vit 1ijifiect'i
"I~~~~~~0 j-. r'SE -iI;otly, "thU-1t you
ina Le i L v erl lo~r."

A Siebenje and a Lunre henn
Oiie of 13 :Lztacs Nwiid St'beuIJIii.Was a
Plin to pmr;hiuuoParis tbm..i tere. (,LO
n)rIngIInI: *Ip ehiiiar, l.-neiuai-y
da,,y to t-,k, of ull'1-e literaury
friendi-s of tla. gr% t ',it lult tby h3-
eW'-tc~n i tX-iIi ~ 13,l forvi'lzi-i'heuu
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.'.l, 'libut if a ,: viil I:l.;e a I t -.. a ;
p i ''it,..I ;i.1 I '' it la :'- I !.i ille I v :. '
S_, ..i ..:':! '.,' .'.ill yI.I '' s i oJU iti S ;..-
Ii.'a tin' I..n!
"Oil, tL.iik uF':" :L.' "';l l grt. t, -,".'l",
"I dun't :., -:u to h.i \e a.' i y I.!-'-i'i-,
for is," he L il, l, okhl": o' 'e' thi [pat-
pers scattered on his de sk. "llowever.
I'll write one out, and you can sign It
and leave your address also."
Mignon had already decide1l upon a
name and address, so wheu he present-
ly handed her a paper he had written
she removed her glove, and on the liue
indicated she wrote, "Nancy Bettens.
1611 L Street."
He studied the signature carefully.
"And what was your husb:ind's first
name, Mrs. Betto s?."
"Adam," was the glib re:-pvou-e.

"You'll hear from me soon, Mrs. Bet-
Mignon took this as a dismissal and
rose to go.
"Do you think there is any hope?"
she could not resist asking as she gain-
ed the door.
"1 do. The fact of your being a sol-
dier's widow and your having had ex-
perience in office work will lead me to
consider your application favorably. I
shall offer you a position very soon,"
he replied earnestly.
"ItYhat fut I tlhaJ.1.have telling the

tho Co'.ik. W ill yIv,'j go t, .. ilm, I"i. with

1\\' it l. ;v, y. ..' ," ,. ; ", 1 t i..,
mlorl .;,l:',:". hv .' - .1 . : ii .-a .t at a
little- ,:.:lm sSt.- . I t-: i
"I'vr b,,., \vrw i,[la ";," l:t' rrli ...In o
ru inhla:i!ig tl.j;n-.
"So have I, and I feel the need of
recrereation. Will you drive with me
after luncheon ?"
Mignon decided she would not tell
the girls of her morning call. As the
days went by she became the compan-
ion of the governor in his hours of
ease. One evening as she sat alone in
the library lie suddenly appeared and
laid a paper before her. She caught
her breath. It was the paper she had
signed in the executive office.
"I have corie for the fulfillment of
your promise," he said gravely.
She had not read the paper that
morning in his olfice, as he had given
jher no opportunity to do so. With
burning ce'eeks she now perused the
startling application:
I do hereby faithfully promise that when
Stephen Thorn. governor of the state of
---, asvks me to be his wife L will accept
the offer. NANCY BETTENS,
1611 L Street.
"Well?" he asked entreatingly.
"It isn't legal or binding," she said
defiantly, "because, you see, It is signed
by aJctlttious namue" -

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1 :'. -tl I a:t-'!y t., ,.tf the iue..ts
h.. t I i:.'t'ir I on at tj-
i' . :* ldis't s;t!rted. "i fotrg-.t
S' -. u di.,i tn g to eat!" he
.l ht I fla lhe iti'el!,.i n the
* is e ' ". : i n,', -t I ti l l. d a
a a I.." . ; o'f l)ro;id a dl i'lras:e andi
).I v.l...e :i a :inajil < i;iltr'y r.ostat-

Lloyd's Historic Ball.
The bell used to Insure silencee at
Lloyd's, In London, when the arrival of
an overdue vessel is announced to the
anxious underwriters Is of naval origin.
It belonged to the Lutlne, which was
wrecked near the Zuyder Zee toward
the end of the eighteenth century, when
England was at war with HIolland. As
it was customary in those days to send
bullion and specie by men-of-war, the
Lutine carried a valuable consignment
of specie, and the underwriters at
Lloyd's were able to arrange with the
Dutch government to salve the cargo
and recoup themselves for their loss on
Insurance. Over 50,000 was recover-
ed, and among other relics brought to
shore was the Lutine's bell, to ring out
good cheer for anxious underwriters
who hear the safe arrival .'roclalmed
by Lloyd's crier as silence follows the
ringing of the bell.


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