Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: August 23, 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: VID00097
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UG. 23,


NO. 2'3.


U. S. Senator-let district, S. It. Ma.l-
lory, Pensacola; 2d District, J. P.
Tallafero, Jacksonville.
Representatives-1st District, S. M.
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d Distric.t,
Frank Clark, Lake City; 3d District,
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
Laund Office-Register, W. G. Robin-
son; Receiver, H. S. Chubb, Gaiues-
State-Governor, N. B. Broward; Sec-
retary, H. C. Crawford; Treasurer,
W. V. Knott; Attorney-,eneral, W.
HI. Ellis; Comptroller, A. J. Croom;.
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion, W. M. Holloway; Commission-
er of Agriculture, B. E. McLin.
tate Senator, S. W. Clark, BlounLs-
SW&hIngtg9n County--Representatlve,
A. Bryan, Chlpley;,County Judge9,
S IC. Wells; Clerk otACourt, .CouzitY
S. 'aer, Recorder of Deeds, W. C.
S,!&3- ; Sherij, C, G. Allen, Vex-
hok ..S ". .

.-. ., Tax .Assssor, .'W. Bowen,
prouan; aCoxnty Superintendent, B.
: Giner, Wausai; Surveyor, Thos.
Oolis. Vernqn; County Commis-
lonets, B. F. Swindle Vernon; A.
L. 'Harrill, Cbipley; J. M. Porter,
Econflita; J. H. Wesley, Point Wash-
S .-j0ton;. Elton Singleton, Nixon.
.' Atid.ews-Justice of the Peace,
.Tohn Stun:ock- Notaries. W. A. k m-
mnons, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk,
oircult Court, WV. A. Emuous;
School Directors, G. W. Surber, Sr.,
P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis-
tress, Zadie H. Ware.
SMiville-Postmaster, Henry Bovis;
-Conistable, J. H. Daffin,
SParer-Postmaster and Notatry Public,
W. H, Parker.
t Calaway-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
SBaunders-Postmaster, R. Peters.
AUlantton.Postmaster, Andrew Allan.
A ndersonPostmaster, S. W. Ander-
West 'Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
U(iy- 1ostmistress, Mrs. i. Gay.
-:ro pkils-Postmaster, Emery Tomp-
Bas.head-Postmaster, 0. C. TompKlns.
t ook-Postm aster, J. J. Fowler.
Wetappo--Lostmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
Murfee-Postmaster, James M. Murfee.

Calboun Oounty Cromantou-Postias- -
ter :Nora Hoskins. .
ie1i.dale--'ostmasterL W. F. Wood-
The northern malls, via, Anderson,
Gay, Bay Head and Chipley departs
every day except Sunday at 3:U0
o'clock a. in., arrives every day ex-
cept Sunuday at 7:15 p. m.
sCast Bay mail for garrison, Mlllville,
Croantofn, lirker, Pittsburg, Cook,
'aruidale aotd Wetappo leaves St.
SAudrews every morning except Suim-
-day at 5:30. o'clock, arrives, coming
west at 7 o dck p. .,

S. Park ~t. Services at iu a. m. anu .
u p.,m. Sunday School every Suit
ia 't1o a. m. Rv. C. L. Joyner,
astor. as.
tiodtilst Episcopal-Church Wndas
ington are. arnd Chestnut s a.
:school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday.
liev. J. i. Cunway, paslor.
resbyteJlau--Cui tuc corner O.oraln-
Ave. and Drake St Revo. 0. C. Do-
pby, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. every Sundlay, .Johu Stti -
rock, Supt.
Cathollc-Chureb corner Wyonling
Ave. and Foster St.

Parker Lodge No. 142

/ A nR e g .la ( ,lU ,,,,, ,i-
S cati.uls on the 'hi"
altI third ,at ul layi
in each n>.nilth.
> Visiting Brothlier"
W. H. PA[IRKE[l, W. M.
W. A. EMuoNs.Secretar\'

Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notary
Public for the State at Large; has
Jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
affidavits, legalize acknowledg-
ments, etc., anywhere in Florida.
Special attention given to laud con-
veyances and marriage ceremony per-
formed for lawfully qualifed parties.
Office at the Buoy Ofice, St. Andrews
Attorney at Law, Vernon, Fla.
Ktry Public for State,at large. Of
store, corner of Loraine ave-
.',,.ti t, All Notarial
,,wo solcitd 'and- given prompt at-

g 0.6 : ,, .. .. ; ..,
'',toary Public for the State of Florida
S 2t Large. Attends to all matters
\ pertaining to Notarial work. Offilee
at J. R. Thompson's store, Bay ir'ont,
and Wasbington ave., St. Andrew,
Fla. _"
S Physician and-Druggist, Commerce St.,
Seast of Bayvlew, offers his profes-
S io" stnal services to the citizens of St.
Andrews and vicinity. Residence on
[: Buena Vista avenue.
S omoeopathic Physician and Accou-
, cheur. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
SNtary Puolic for the State of rWlor-
Ida at Large. Office at Parker, Fla.
Conveyanciug and payment of taxes
K for ion-residents, specialties.
S It Sonmetimnes Seems So.
S TrwrTy-Paki what does the papex
,*mean by practical Christianity? Paw-
Praetical Christianity is the kind that
does not interfere with a man's busi-


SLok not at thieves eating flesh, but
look at them" suffering -punishment.-
Chinese Proverb. -

One Dollar a Year in Advance.

Entered Sept 3. 19I *2, at St. Andrew,
Fla., as second clast rna.tter, under
Acl ol Congr.es ot March 3.i'1A19.

P R 0 P r I E T 0 R .

Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
month. Position and extraordinary
-condition rates subject to special
"Local Drift." 5c per line, first inser-
tion; 20c each subsequent. Display
locals dotube above rates.

If hils .paragraph is checked with a
blue pecilit is a reminder that your

* Wyd That- nie Ti-eak may occui' sliouli
you choose to renew.


Election, Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1906.
l-or M.iber of Con'ilrre:s, 3d District.
XV. B. LAMIAR, of Jefferson.
For Juii-t;cs of thie Sdprenme Court,
of E-cambia.
For State Representative.
For Tax Assessor,,
For Tax Collector,
For Treasurer,
For County Commissioner,,
First Dist-J. A. McDONALD.
22d 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. H11. NELSON,
2d Dist.-G. B. BUSH.
3d Dist.-S. J. GAINER.

'TFe fainius can ihardlly ajl 'rove
he rel.ublicau stan 1pa.lt p) igrtaii,
when they lii tiliahe police of heat,
oaft, corn and cuttrin declining anil
lio cuot of-all they buy riipidly ad
vanciiig. \W'lro di', ithe boasted
pli.tectiuii to tgrieuiltuie cilue ill nil-
de, the ,pCiL.ie t ipriteeti.\, ta itti.and
huw aie the failure'. li t't cts.l, alth,'

a bulbeul 'o' wilheat 'and lE cotitai i
bunhel on otalt be co)llcced oI un1l-

pomis. The pi ice of hlieat is now low-
er than it Lhas been lir ten yeats, or'
since the present talufl law was etn-
actdi in Augn.-t 1K97.
Thiuse-4'atinaes wio are republi-

cause hluull demand uf lt. ir "btand-
piat" ead.'Is a lair dJ'al, :and if the
agricultural u. chlinlt y tlin t, thie
Iat bn,' wile comlime,, the lumber a.s-
sociltiMu anil tle. clotthing trusts aie
to still be proueclteI by thle tariff in
chal going esl.xi,hol itau t lan ices for their
1r',,ltict., that siille ifetl ,l u tf l i.ing
the police tl c ieal.s anl kee'iiig them
viable should ffI'l 't't tmilot high [ prices.
'1he fact t.-, hohev'r, that no taliift
uat prioteit the fo amer i n his prod-
iiaLts. o! which, thle snrpltis iuittL be
sold a!loaid, as the price paid by thil
Iiieixincrb lfr the tnuriilu"` lixea the
price heie. The ouly relief the farmer
caln receive is to be able to buy inI
tlie cheapest market and this he can
never do as jung as the trusts tkat
control all lie buys, are protected by
the tariff from competition. It tis
Vilain therefore, that the farmer who
votes for a republican congressman
and for republican candidates for tlhe
legislature, who in turn will elect rl-
pubiican senators, is voting to con-
tinue the protection to the trusts and

for high prices, with no protect a to
,1- of -
* .. .. . ; -. , r .,- '1 .

The Canadiaus have. gone a long
way ahead of this country in regulat-
ing railroads, the Canadian (Jommis-
sian having been granted the
power necessary to prevent unjust
discrimination or extortionate rates,
One of the great reforms the Canadi-
ans have accomplished is the preven-
tion of stock watering, so that the
people shall not be made to pay trib-
ute on bogus stock as the people of
the United States are compelled to do.
Our Harrimans, and Morgans, and
Vanderbilts, and Cassatts and the
manipulators that issned fictitious
stock from their Wall street dens must
be made to disgorge. The railroaR
question like the trust and tariff
issue will never be settled, until
justice isi done and we have only just
entered the opening wedge on regula-
ting the highways of the nation.

A big fiddlei's contest, or a con-
tent of big fiddlers, which ever way
you want to put it will be a featr.e flf
the fair thia, ear. At a meeting of
the directors, the secretary was di-
rected to anioonco that a prize of
$20 in cash for the best 'and $10 for
the second would be given., As in the
other contests of this kind in past
yeals, it is the old fashioned kind for
whom the contest is anuounced
There will be no limit as to where
they come from, nor" charge other
thau the tegular admission fee of 25
cents will be made to those who enter
Now then. hovs.,44Ma uc. The aecr,

have a guinea In Angl
"But you talk In gulna
"That's our fun," I re
Nevertheless there is
said for our system. Ina
argue that this ineessact,
over the multiplication t
have to enter Insures a
muscles. We .are always.
alert to fathom the relati
pottle, a perclt and a 'gu
such absurd and fortulit
tlon. And one may susj
tightening and strength
muscles in the obstacle 4
the source of En-hand's
For all practl pal' _ir
-In which we t flk-,~itl4
terously absur (
It does not .exis
few honest citjzenak .t


Wto be
P might
Wle race
that we
i of the
L.on the
ween a.
r some
,at this
L'l. the
r ea1ly

a question some minutes ago and that
an answer was expected of him. "The
prince, you say? I've never been ac-
cused before, you know." And then, In
a flush of comprehension, "Most assur-
edly I am the prince-If you are the
princess," he finished triumphantly.
The brown eyes twinukled Into his
more distractingly than before.
"Oh, not at alli" she laughed. "I'm
only poor Cinderella."
"Cinderella ?" questioned Dudley,
loo)liug the mystification he felt.
"Why, yes-you see"- She hesitated.
AnDl then a very wonderful thing hap-
pened. A line of rosiest pink appeared
just above the brown collar and crept
tlp stealthily, enveloping the tiny ear,
flashing into flame on the white brow
and hiding at last in the light hair that
blew about her face. Dudley, fascinat-
its progress a4d forgave

nt' In the -least
Arit never sho EW Dudley mumbled suitable assurances,
'ie amusement features of the belong-ing to aril uniaeta"'oIm while the girl moved uneasily on her
coming state fair at J'ampa will be of shopkeepers! The gul is t a rocky throne and continued to look
speiortothose ol any fair held in ofcourtesy, just beauser t n brave.
coin at all. And Its pres th "I just-I oily-the flower was way
. the south. President J. T. L. Brown anomaly Is a curious prook R 0- over th edge of the bluff, and-I held
of the Association, will spend the nate courtesy of the Engl conv on to a banch and leaned down-and-
will face any arithmetical r on my heel Nt wedged by a stone-and"-
next two or three weeks on a tour of lence rather than put a I i There wa n, tentative shifting of the
attraction cer.tcrs. and high-class friend, lists of .shimmery tcrts, then a hasty motion
shows will be secured regardless of This you may see from in dis- f withdra Ibeneath them. "And I-I
subscriptions for the gentle e neces-' -lost the m te to that!" she finished,
expense Absolutely nothing of a tress. You cannot offer him end falls wIth despera courage, thrusting into
shoddy or common nature will be sales of life. When the f neas, not sight the othe| foot, incased in a stout
allowed on the amusement grounds. by the wayside It must be gu and one little brown Iking boot.
sovereigns, that you supply, of the Two furious lushes were in full op-
The horse racing will be finer than feels glad that the remar sport of oration by this lime.
before, as larger purses will be offer- meanest sport that exists-.-th It is Dudley gaze fixedly at the small
ed, and none but running races will kings-offers prizes In "sor mention trim boot. "Yo say the one you lost
merely the analogue of that c equals. was Just like th ?" he questioned, with
be run. which regulates gifts between ding a great solemnity.
Etiquette forbids your a sov- "Oh, no; It belnged to the left foot,
The people, of course. are anxious friend a leg of mutton-that m coin. you know," she responded, with corre-
for the regulating of railroad and ex- ereign, the ordinary, humr ts. oys- ,pondlug earnestness.
But you may send him ph ecially And then came the welcome relief of
press rates to begin, but there can be tern, grouse or salmon, more our own laughter, under the relaxing Influence
no objection to the decision of the In- If the salmon is the victim of Mbly the of which Dudley sapk upon the edge
terstate Commerce Comnissiou to "rode, pole and perch." Po atter of of the rock.
real explanation Is that, as a a man "I only meant td' suggest." he an-
give the corporations reasonable time courtesy, you may not glv nearest nounced fervently, "my unbelief that
to prepare their schedule of rates. what he could obtain at th t1 I not there could be another like it In the
shop-it must be something t world."
It's a eig job no doubt, a, d upon easily obtainable., btaina- "Bravo, bravor' she applauded gay-
these schedules all future work will Now, a guinea Is not easily offer- !y. "That Is pretty enough to savor of
be predicated; so a little delay may ble, and the difference bet him a much practice t( such speaking."
Ing a man a guinea and offer between Dudley's ardent expression was re-
make greater haste hereafter. sovereign Is the difference on and placed by one of due submission to re-
sending a mau a log of mu That buke.
If tiheae reports front the Isle of sending him a barrel of oyst e 0 soV- "It is meet," he said as his hand
Pines of persecution of American little silly shilling stult on to t of a souglIt a capacious cout pocket aud dis-
ereign, that retention of the g watch appeared therein, "that the downtrod-
citiztis by the CuLba officials aieoue. coin long dead and borne on ing a dtn-u should arise to do thee service.
half true, there in go.)d reason to chalu, wit' the locket cot 1, waS Perhaps I can nid you better than you
shaking the "big stick- in tha twist of great- at-auntIe's-' know."
SI ts sinlflcance, n gllsh- "I'm sure you can," she interposed
direction and if the atminist i.tmatio" It is the em odi t of e the hastily. "But let me tell myv.piaUn Mat.
sB..a .*aa, r .fran P- -- deals It' "O1i "'tI bii ldu'r 1t dt u go'tb6 fluin It adrd
Abd;" .**"-f6 i'f W-Bm'or'T a-e" t'tes niates no leave me helpless and alone again."
Americanu people will soon want to esquires nowadays and no 4P, but "Of course not." Dudley's face as-
know Ihe reason wh we see them with the eye. faith. summed a thoughtful expression, and
kno e And we sacrifice to our faith' nsider- his hand slowly left the big pocket.
as"* able muscular exertion, manyu obs of "I-a-hardly suppose you could bor-
If President Roosevelt does nr.t ex- Ink and sundry shillings might row mine."
pend all tle $25,000 COngress appro- otherwise stock our houses cheap Again her bright laughter rang out.
printed for traveling expense, will he reprints of the world's best "Oh, flattery, where is thy sting?" she
You will naturally concli that I cried gaspingly. And Dudley, looking
turn the balan,'e into the conscience did not put this view before Amer- ruefully from his own generous boot
fnnd, or leave the unexpendied hal- lean friend. He would scare under- to the adorable mateless one, realized
9 stand it I led him gently tt1 e pala- that once more he'd "put his foot in It.,'
ance in the treasury? trial bank premises into w I hur- "Forgiven," she declared lu a mo-
riedly cast my weekly wage t fear I meut, "because of the pretty one you
T':ie kiuga'r ii n-t has been caught should lose It on the way e and said first. And so. to go back to our
re;.ting i e with te ra as pointed out to him lowerh voic te Ir.;ttons. I see only one way. And yet,
discreetly, as becomes the giant In' of course, it's such a little distance-
and the general auditor of the trust the temple of wealth). the camp's just back In the trees there
has been armipelledl by the court to "Note that young man," I d. "He -I could hop on one foot, I suppose."
Is adding up three columns o figures. She Ipaused mischlkvously for the
produce cei tain books and documents, There are guineas, things won't mere lphl,..as.tr of regarding his look of
which lie had declined to furnish to fraternize with half crow' or four'Ruk ,llia3,pointnieut; also to ol serve
the grand jury. But under the Elk- shilling pieces or florins or ht sover- wholthetr it occurred to him to wonder
eigns or sovereigns, but you Ill per- wihy. with friends so near, she had not
ins anti-rebate lNw, the railroad ofli- ceive that this young man taking icalhij for help.
cials will escape inipriso(nment, if them in his stride. Now, t about "IBut should be sure." she relented.
con' c ted, his muscles?" ,, "to l'.In my hblanuco nud let the wrong
convicted."I should conclude," said ,Amert- .t down." Iltudiey bIri:htined per-
can guest thoughtfully, "thirt. young .! (;.. "A.\%, it's very stouy n'al,. I
The tap heavy government of the man who can put 12 guln together .,, -. -: ou:,! iurt dradt'fi:lly. So after
Philippines that the republicans have nnd make 'em dollars do any- 'ai! '.,-r.. i Ju-t ithe one way. as I said."
ecte l is breaking down of its own thug." S-I;l the lonely oot 'back and
erected is reig n "The guinea," I expl as w ,,rth n its !ool.I and r,,:arded It p'fn-
weight, from sheer inability of the went out into Piccadilly, Vis te sour :, 1., ;'-sho;.y I did likewise. When
inhabitants to pay enough taxes to of England's greatness s" d be .'i" 1 id o:'O nn ].)nti enioughi she
it. Either the people of the American guest remain u~ ful- **.1-i ;- i tI 1ii n 'rxpectant look.
uppot it. Ether the people of the -London Chronicle. -s.." he .uaid. almost mournfully;
United States will have to pay part 'ihert'e o.;I-.- remnains for me to help
ot the local expense added to the pres- jsl.sLif-,.ai.. m -ia-...a..>A ..'p o .It I sii.;,os' I oIniht." he continued,
Xv-il b-is lnd moved again ever so
ent taxes they pay for the army and f hile h ;:ud moved again ever so
navey employed there or we will have W OOING '.itly toward the pocet, then rap-
to give the islands up to the Filipi- i "Oh. pray don't feel any obligation
nos to do what they like with and 1 t .a the mutter'- was the bint, with Just
hi d --a b .i bIt oa h'e iu nthe toite.
virtually extend the Monroe doctrine r ..o avail,myself of the most fortu-
there to, prevent any foreign .ata .. 'Iri ity* that ever befell an

crats may *4
so -



AN a Piece of Real Money It Ham O
lIxtstencc, and It I. Used Only In
ImaginatLon as a Rather Awkward
Standard of Monetary Value.
Of all the obstacles that confront the
Englishman the guinea is the most
amazing. The other day an American
guest inquired of me, "What is a guin-
ea?" He had been asked for one by a
circulating library. It seems an easy
question to answer, but as I had been
puzzling over the division of an omagi-
nary guinea into four parts the expla-
nation took time. It was as difficult as
explaining cricket to a German-in
"Show me one," said the American.
I confessed that I did not possess
"What, not $5.25?"
"Yes, but not a guinea. We don't

Scarcely had bud
breathless way through'
Into the little cleared space.
of the bluff when a young
sailed him. .
"I thought you would o
long. You are the prince, of
Hle wheeled with a start a
She sat on a low rock, lookir
at him out of smiling brA
There was a general Impt
brownness. It seemed to be
some shimmery brown stuff-i
gold?-and a kind of aureole
light brown hair. How the-d
girl get up that cliff? About
ly a puffing porpoise had hI
anyway? Pity a man could
track of his breath! He'd go
ing on that hill till be could
the run without turning f
would, by Jove! Must be
the matter with her eyes. I
soen-that is to say, they aot4
"You said yes, didn't you?"'
rupted sweetly. "Surely yot
the prince."
"I beg your pardon," begaj
suddenly realiinug tli;,t s'Ji

the eS_
pice as-

" before
*n eyes.
slon of
gown of
r was it
)f fluffy,
ice did a
pw near-
I't keep
to train-
ke it on
'd never
he inter-
must bp


f'et- isat t say, her foot.
Mere words cannot approximate the
delight of that trip in the neighboring
much too neighboring) camp. They
laughed like children and clutched
each other In frantic mirth, And with
what exceeding care and deliberate-
tness it was necessary to proceed! The
most inoffensive pebble was occasion
for a wide detour, In spite of the la-
mentable fact that it increased the dis-
tance. And did the little unshod Silken.
foot. so much as caress the ground In
its wabbling career Dudley was ready
to weep in worshipful contrition. It
was almost too much joy to discover
In the course of the hysterical conver-
sation that this was Tom Hutton's
ranch--dear old Tom that he hadn't
seen since the college days-and Cin-
derella his wife's guest.
But, as all pleasant moments come to
an end, so must this, as Cinderella
dropped, tired, but still merry, Into a
chair on the bungalow piazza,
"And then the prince," he said slow-
ly, looking down upon her with com-
pelling eyes, "caused his heralds-no;
I think you know what the prince did
without my telling you."
"Ah," she cried, her own eyes falling '
under his scrutiny, "but first you've to

find the slipper."
"Yes, first I've to find the slipper.
And when It is found I've the advan-
tage of knowing whore dwells C'lnder-
ella-and that the slipper will fit.*'
"Which lust Is yet to be proven!"-
"May I.put it to the test?" be begged
"Oh. Falntheart!" she whispered
mockuingly. "Try and et'."
Whereuat Dudley bhnii a l1o1t l)e,'il-
tar course of behavior. Cooling quickly
around the corner of the cabin, he
bumped his head softly several times
agalust the logs, gave himself a vio-
,lent shake and then strode through the
irees to the low rock In the little clear-
ed space at the edge of the bluff. Sit-
tin' down. be plunged an empty band
Into dlie deep pocket and brought it out
full of a stout brown walking boot of
small dimensions.
To his credit be It said that there

w,'-or ''pCrww nL 4 .Ia a;

thee al -the while. ,Well, hadn't be
tried to let her have it at the very
qIryt, and didn't she keep Interrupting
(111 he couldn't-that Is to say, didn't
waut to? Suppose he was the biggest
cad on record, he'd wagvr uo fellow
.ver had a better excuse! Hang it!
What did she have to look at him that
way for? How could he deliberately
!,and the thing over and put an end to
the happiest few moments he'd ever
Qpent, or ever expected to spend, for
ihat matter? For surely by this fool-
Ishness he'd dished any prospects of
further acquaintance about as effec-
tively as possible. Well, anyhow, this
was torture; might as well have the
confession over with and go off and
shoot himself.
In three minutes he was back. The
trial trip had taken twenty to- navi-
gate. She was waiting and still alone.
Oh, yes; rub It In! She might have
cared if he hadn't spoiled it all.
"Most eager knight!" she called In
greeting. "Was it wings? Nothing
else could have taken you down the
ravine and up again in this time."
for answer he knelt without a word
and put the fateful shoe in place with
elaborate care. He would have that
privilege before ife forfeited her favor
forever. Then-
"I found it in the ravine before I
climbed up at all," he said abruptly.
"It was in my ,pocket all the while.
Now send me away, for I can't go un-
less you do."
But Cinderella leaned forward to take
his remorseful tace between two but-
terfly hands.
"Oh, boy, boy," she cried softly;
"most Innocent of boys! Did you think
I didn't know? I saw yon pick.lt 'up
down below-no, you shall have all the
truth; it fell-I let it fall because I
saw you!"
.JuMt,..&th. Toml Btton, corning
, Ir*1rEo"'mte hiuM6e day
cided he could quite as well postpone
his errand..

fkbey Nave 3pSrp WtI& Ie--e and
Nam. With$ Reason.
Manhattan Island hap displayed very
little system in naming its streets.
They have names with reason and
without reason, and in most cases
where there have been reasons the
match of Improvement and lapse of
memory have nearly buried them out
of sight.
Great Broadway, the largest com-
mercial thoroughfare in the world, has
a good reason for its name, though the
city now has broader ways, but in the
early days of New Amsterdam it was'
the broadest of them all and the most
important, leading as it did through
the length of the Island and into the
far country of the north. Then Broad
street was quite properly so called, for
It is broader than Broadway, though
quite insiguilleant in length, being
formed somewhat like the Dutchman
who laid it out.
You may well wonder why Beaver
street is so called, for there is no evi-
den-e of the leaver there, as there was
when it was named. It was once only
a beaver path leading to a swamp now
covered by Exchannge place. And Ex-
change place suggests.its baptism, for
on the bank of that swamp the early
settlers met for barter, and afterward
on that site were erected houses for
exchange and sale which have been
cohtlnued to'this day. P
So It Is with Wall street, a little far-
ther north. The wall erected for pro-
tection in 1653 by the Dutch, who fear-
ed a foray of New Englanders, long
ago disappeared, but the name remains
not only to designate the street, but to
describe matters financial.
M OtWr north, we find IO rea-
son -or Malden lane. The maidens who
made the path on their journey back
and forth with laundry from the
stream that flowed where Gold street
now is have long ago been forgotten,
but their memories have been preserv-
ed in the name of the street. And Gold
street? There never was gold there,
but the"street did run-along the footof
an elevation known as "Golden hill"
because of the profusion of yellow wild
flowers that crowned It to the spring
Then there is Bowling Green. There
is nothing present to suggest the name,
but there was a little more than 200
years ago, when Hans and Fritz played
bowls there and called It "Bowling
Green." Close by is Battery place,
with no Indication of a battery or thir-
ty-two pounders, excepting the open-
ings yet remaining in the Aquarium.
Go on up to Canal street, and you will
find no canal other than a huge sewer
under the street paving that marks
where -once was a canal that drained
Collect pond, on the site of the Tombs,

through a treacherous swamp into the
North river.
There was a li:t of poetry and senti-
ment in the old names and their asso-
ciations. Soon these were mostly drop-
ped, a little sentiment being preserved

In straits inintlid after in'tlviuuals., sug-
gested by II'.lson. Atcir. Roo'-:''ot.
Clark. Franklin, I'u~hn. Cliuton. Coop-
,.r ind so onil. T io. ii- "TI 'ii '*,' t.
l>e rii.-t:.ken f'ur n ;i-; .:ou'.s n.n.; '. '
wa, originally Moor. tlit, n mirinul
place. \
Then came INh entirely pf'Osai. ytre,
wlien stre',ts were tiumlbered an-' I'?t.
tered ~. i I'ut i J i in l n I ;i r')it":. f' "-
ion. lFi.'' t -tivt'ct Is u)t fi ,t uny itt .
exception the, first n'rth of loiuston.
street, be!iig n mile and a half from tbh
Battery. wh':e ft mighil h'tve been
with sonr' re ison. So with Pftat ave.
nue anti .vewie A.-New York Retald,

Advantages of Short it(la_'-
An Austrl.Un stltletist is izki4ne t,
think that short kightednes ia an
unmixed evil. He doubts "i two
work causes it. Wtikthe

studied.. The professor fluds '- t'
among the most extreme caae.4 of ioit
sight hand workers greatly outn0tti ;,''
the eye workers. The majority of thesd
cases declared that their defective '
sight had existed from birth or as Ionvg
as they could remember. He decJaren
that his. investigatious prove that
school work never produces extreme
short sightedness, but only a slight
myopia, whhbb, far from being a dlis
advantage, may even be regarded as d
benefit. For, he says persons,with.nor'
mal sight, although they can see dis ,
tant objects quite clearly, cannot read
or write without the aid of glasses
when they reach the age of fifty,
whereas the slightly short sighted in-,
dividual can always read and write
quite comfortably and requires glasses
only for distant objects, a much hap-
pier state of thifigs,

Cotru' Hiatoiry.
Corftu s one of those Greek Islands
which, like the Isle of Man, has fre-
quently been bought andl sa V, So0,-
000 ducats tIhv V Wnetiais c,'..- Ad
ic, and. with a fleet of gn : aj
strong garrison, held it for many year
against all corners. Chtef of the loaden
islands, Corfu's vicissitudes :auy be ,
said to have ended when, on the acces-
sion of King George of Greece, Eng-
land (which had held sway from 1816
to 1803) handed over the "Seven Is-
land" state to that mnrareb's keeplaji
To the head of the first naval power to
the world the waters of Corfu, have .i /
unique interest, for It was here that the
first recorded sea fight took place. In
B. C. 665, between the Curinthians and
the Islanders. Of course victory fell to
the islanders then as now. They were
n crafty people, and when the Persia.
ware were in full swing f

victor. The people of thet1ta= Z
are practically bilingual, for I ifan' .
almost as firm a hold as Greek, but ".
they love the Greek church bettrtha '
theb Roman. .

WelUawom'u Uaetgt.
The great Duke of Wellingtton w
note for his rigid Integrity. He ,l
an Instance which oceuned in iefer.
ence to his large estate, Some farm ad.
joining his lands was for sale, and bhi
agent negotiated for him for the pur-
chase. Having concluded the business,
he went to the duke and told him lhs
had made a capital bargain. "What do
you mean?" asked the duke. "Why,
your grace, I have got the farm for so
much, and I know it to be worth at
least so much more." "Are you quite
sure of that?" "Quite sure, your graep
for I have carefully surveyed It."
"Very well, then, pay the gentleman
from me the balance between what you,
have already given and the real value
of the estate."-Argonaut. .

Mind How You Laugh.
Isn't it a curious thing that laugh.
ing may spoil your features? If you
laugh with the sides of your face the
skin will work loose In time and wrin&
kles will form in exact accordance with ,
the kind of laugh you have. A person i
who is accustomed to suppressing his
feelings generally has a deep line run-
ning from each side of his nose to the ,
upper corner of his mouth, which, In
time extends ,to the chin, forming the
shape of a half moon. The scholar's
wrinkle forms on his brow, While a
schemer's wrinkles come around. h
eyes. The man who always weas a ,
smirk will have a series of seoltrw .
lar wrinkles covering his cheeky. ,
o.,M Um.,, '.
Mary--6r-you think one*. abold aml E
ry for love or money? Chaper..-My

but money l a justfleatiosi deb-
bourne Times. /

Mrs. Jubb-Oh. mlas, 1 be that a
Inexperience-But- you're looking ver,
well, Mrs. Jubb. Mrs. Jubb-Ah, mI
I bone F they as fret indlyt-.
jams a Mamle.
Gauss-How does your dog like you
new neighbor? Matehett-It's a Wttle ,
too early to eay. Rover has had oj,.
one small piece.-Smart Set.


Those who are gailinn flesh
and strength by regular treat-
ment with
Scott's Emulsion
should continue the treatment
In hot weetheri smaller dose
annda little cool mlUl with It will
do away with any obieotton
which Is attached t fatty pro-
ductsa during the heated
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemsts,
409-4'5 Pearl Street, New Yak.
Soc.and i.oo; all druggists.

IB o- o ft plan



'1 he str. Tarpon arrived from t)e
month at 7:30 a. in., Friday and from
the west at 9.45 a. m., yesterday.
The schr. Cleopatra arrived from
Penesoola ea:IT Friday morning.
The schr. Lncy H. arrived from
Pensacola at 9 o'clock a. m. Friday.


Pitted in splendid condition to take ex-
eursions or rtssengers to any point on
-the Bay or Gulf. Good cabin protection
in the event of had weather Terms reas-
snable. Also,
Capielsty 10,0O feetof Lumber will Ferry
between Farmdale and Allanton. on East

CoWt on St. Andrews Bay. For partict-.
S, address VW. F, WoonVo4na Farm-
dale. Fla
Zquippel With To aoUine Engines,
L.eavestt. Andrews Hay every Monday
leaves Pensacola every Tiursday
%weather permitting). Special attend
tion will be1 given to receiving and
forwarding freight for parties living on.
east and North Bay, Passaengers for
points on either arui of the Bay can
depend upon securing prompt trans-
nortation at reasonable rates. P'as-
senger adcomm.dations good. Express
and Railroad Freight specialties. For
further information apply to
OrWAv WARS. Gen. Manager

Carries the East Bay Mail between St.
Andrews Bay, Wetappo and intermedi.
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daily
except Sunday) at 6:00 a. m.; arrive at
Wetappo at 14:30 p. in.; leave Wetappo
at 1:00 p. in.; arrives at St. Andrews at
7:30p. in. Makeliealdlings regularly at.
Harrison, Croma'Ioion, Parker, Pitte-,
r Imrg, and Farmdale. Freight landed at
any p ltp'ce wharf. For passenger and
fraig ti~ates, see rate card in the sev-
eral poatoflcesA.
F. A. WiTHrB.ILL. Manager.

A Week'w Weattier.
rhe following table gives the maxi,
tqum, minimum and mean tempera-
tutre, the rainfall atud direction of the
aind, 10for the twenty-four hours ending
at 7 o'clock p in., as indicated by U. S
,Aug....1589 73 81 .05 sw
am 81 .18 Be

; 2 3I 3 78 85 Ou a
toweok.. 9I 1 1 1 _831__
gOrwfris of Words.
l Milan is owed the rord, "milt4-
," a milliner having bee~u orig;iAl-
( p Millaner, an importer of f.-uinjaie
lQiery from Milan, just as a "cordwatn,
er," shoezmakler, was a wouricer In "cor-
douan," leather from Cordtva. It Is
curious to note bow many wordss have
come from the geographical names of
northern Italy. There is. for instance,
*florit,' tib e'in of Floroece, and "pis-
: ohnioti said that the v; ord "Job"
was a slow wocd now much In use, of
which I cannot tfl bthe tymology.'" It
is supposed to be really identical with
01gob," a moultful or morsel. Pepys
fe;rds how "my lord" sakI to him, "I
w _d4o you all the good ,o's I can,"
and Peps>tnMselft speaitk of Tangier
as '*ltthe~o ton ed as ii jobb to do a
kindness to some lord." But the aim-
ple monosyllabic ugliness of the word
was too much for Johnasn. k
Many'.,words ef most august sound
prove to be of quite commonplace an-
eedtry when traced to their origins.
*Pi'ttitiee" is really onrily "settling up."
;Litetiilly it ts just "ending" and was
fortflerty ued In that very simple
sense le t'eh FsUsh langunage. Then it
eam-m to lignrff fietITiirg +p with a
4'rctlor" ad acyt'lred the special sense
of'rans n ' '" r'a ro" om *; '
Mammer I)arrhoea im E HiIren.
PiMadl tbe hot. ws$athqrof the summer
n ontu4fs the frgt unmiatur i looseness of a
hitlr's bowels shnonld have immediate at-
tenition, so as to check the disease b fore
ft beomnesserious. All that is ne.essa.
S "i few 4 osesof Cha,-trlait'a olic,
,f-.1auj^a.2*r lo.e, d

to, R.ev. M. 0. Stockland, pastor ol
a* First M. E. church, Little 11lls
]inu ,writet: *We have used Chamber.
Vlalin OaiCee, Ceweia apd DiarrhoesRem.
gy for sevemw years n fimnd It a very
valuable reapsdVr especially for sawnme
(ieor4ras in children." Sold by all nbed.
,oine dealer.
Moneyr Mad* No alttffeeeer.
A poor but worthy old couple had a
*are stoke of luck. Some relative died
a"d left them a fortune of 20. The
night of the arrival of the lawyer's let-
ter telling them of their good fortune
they, sat up late, discussing the future
and what they were to do with the
great sa they had Inherited. When
they lad doge and were rising to go to
Sthe old man said, with a grand air
of magmanfmity: "Weel, I suppose,
Janet, thisH mak' nae dilterence. We'll
just speak to the neebours as before."
-London Standard.
the t Figurte.
k,"-said the bachelor girt, "1
amr" but I am afraid marriage
would be out of the frying pan into the
* + fire." " *- "
"It's more likely," answered Miss
-Caye.eu, ."to be out qf the chafing disl
Into the gas stove."-Washfngton Star

There will never be universal peace
It Is atn dle dre=a. PeoDi'e wi.0l lw:a


b -Souvenir cards, with a St. Andrew
scene at the Buoy office.
Blank Warranty Deeds, short form
printed on good linen paper, 25c per
dozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re-
ceipts in a block, 10c each, at 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.
tons of the coupon to be found else-
where on this page.
-Wizard Ink Tablets,Price, per
box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten 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 8c. per dozen; also map of tKe
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the'
BUOY office-
-The professional services of Dr. J, J.

To All Demp c tic Voters: If there
ever was it time in the history of the
Democratic party for the manifesta-
tion of loyalty and patriotism on the
part of its members, it is right novW.
If we are to win a victory and elect
a President two years hience. we
must first e'ect a House of Represent-
atives this fall. A -Democratic
house can and will investigate every
department of the government. With
all of them honeycombed by "graft",
the edges of which, only, *have been
touched by recent exposure and pro-
ecntoins, there will be a revelation
of rottoinoss that will astound the

country and create a demand for a .PH 0
democratic administration to clean

the lioverunient workshop.
To winr the house we need money
to defray legitimate expenses and get
out our vote. We have no projected

* Mr. Doe
m.ore slee
Does he?
ire tonight

die so soc
a large at
himself to
One way
to die rild
more Sun.


irng It Gently.
.-M'y dear, a great Ger-
ii says women require
4au meun. Mrs. De C.-
rDe C.-Yes, my dear-
better not wait up for

.WY Enough.-
eriatiident (suspicious-
your husband happen to
lfter getting insured for
at? Widow-He worked
4th trying to pay the pre-

"ome In Flocks.
-gain lots of relatives Is
pd leave no will.-Balti-





Kester have been in demand this week monopolidb from whii

who occupies at prosert the house in
Old Town first east of the G. M. .West
residence and before leaving introduc-
ed to Mr. and Mrs, Irwin for their kind
care and consideration, a ten pound
daughter. Hardly had this little lady
got established in her home when the
doctor was called to the home of Mr
and Mrs. A. E. Register on Buena Vis-
ta avenue, where he again found an
eight-pound young lady seeking a pa-
rental home, which he graciously gave
it early Monday morning tothe delight.
of the proud parents, it be!ng their
first born.
-A Washington county exhibit is be-
ing prepared for the West Florida Fair
to be held at DeFuniak Springs and the
people of the St. Andrews Bay country
are urged to make up a collection of
the noteworthy products and the many
wonderful, curious and Intoresling nat-
ural features incident to the coast coun-
try. Nothing would excite more inter-
est than a display ot our edible and oth-
er singular species of fish, "which might
be paced in strong brine in elass fruit
jars. This is only one suggestion, there
are others in-imerable*and you are in-
vited to bring anything worthy of exhi-
bition to the Buoy office ana it will be
forwarded to the managers of the ex-
hibit. who agree to give it the best of
care and to return ii safely to the own-
ers or make such disposition of it as
they may suggest. Any one interested
in displaying the resources of this fa-
vored section has now a splendid oppor-
tunity to demonstrate that interest.
-Pensacola Journal: "Capt, R. A.
Baker, the popular commander of the
Choctawhatohee mail boat, Ruth. sur-
rised his friends by bringiln Mrs.
.ker to town, Sunday, without notice.
KHis bride was Miss Florence Riall of
Harris, Fla., and the weeding, which
was a quiet one, took place Sundy.
August 12, at the home of the bride in
the presence of only the family. Cap-
tain and [Mrs. Baker came -to the city
Sunday night and left last night on the
steamer for St. And.-ew, on their wed-
ding trip. The manv friends of the hap-
py couple unite in wishing them every
happiness and prosperity." Capt Rob-
ert and his bride are now. at the home
tf his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R M. Ba-
ker of Ola Town, the envy of the Cap-
tain's hist of bachelor friends: hut en-
joying their congratulations as well as
those of every citizen of St. Andrew by
whom he is well known an i always a
most popular young gentleman.
--- ---- .
Ml romoople Wrttineg.
Thackeray could write the Lord's
Prayer on a sixpence, which is the
size of a dime, but it is now possible
to write the prayer on a surface so
small that one grain of sand would
hide It completely. Microscopists sell
copies of the Lord's Prayer written in
a circle only the five-hundredth part
of ac Inch In diameter. To read the
prayer It is necessary to use a lens
magnifying 50) times. Writing so In-
credibly small is accomplished by
means of levers six feet lona. These
levers are so adjusted that the motion
is gradually lessened as it travels
along them till, when it- reaches the
delicate end, armed with a minute dia-
mond pen that rests on a glass surface.
It causes the pen to register on the
glass writing so small as to be Invisl-
ble.-New Orleans Times-Democrat.
A DBrwiti a. l- .... ..
S-Thetr is ai"rti.- e# thi ritE
office in connection with the small
French colony of. Chanderuagore. This
Stiny possession Is situated on the
Hooghly, twenty-one miles from Cal-
Scutta. It extends two miles along the
r river and one and a half miles inland
from it. During our ware with France
the settlement was taken and added to
our dependency, but when terms of
peace were arranged our minister of
foreign affairs, in total Ignorance of
its position and of the Importance of
Its retention, agreed to its being re-
stored to France. It turned out'that
he thought it was a small island in
the West Indies and of no conse-
quencel-Westminster Gaszette.

Galveston's Sea Wall
,makes life as safe now in that city asor
thehigher unlands E.W. Goodloe,wht
resides on Duttoi: st., in Waco, Tex.
needs no sea wall for safety. He writes

"I have used Dr. King's New'Discov
t ery for Consumtion the past five years
and it keeps me well and safe. Befoi
E that time I had a cough which for years
had been growing worse. Now it's
S gone." C-wies chronic coughs, la grippe
Scroup, whoopinim cough and prevents
" pneumonia. Pleasant to take. Evern
b 'ttle Guaranteed at A. H. Brake':
A store. Price 50,: and $1, Trial bottle

therefore, appeal to loyal deni)or.1a T
for couitt Ibutionis.
\VWill you sund nq $1.00 at once,
arid ir, retiirr. for this we will send
you copies of our campaignn litera-
ture issnod by the cminimitteo. You
will have the thanks of the, entire
demnociatic party for your jvorable
response to our request. I

and I
to k

Y-p yiur basinesa affairs
At you are perfectly able
red girl."-Detroit Free

managed with gentle-
etlon, does but make mar
d. No Intervals of good
Arts of bounty, will atone
and oppression.-Jeremy

Addlre.s all remuLtances.io ""~. *- .----
J. j. GaI::s, Chairian, / Wom P as Well as Men
Mauriseyv Bildin, r
\Washinon,, D. C. Are J e Miserable by
SA K ey Trouble.
BE A BUiIlNE3 MAN. _____
Do Not ii:nore i onely sSile o' Kidney t ble preys upon the ind. dis-
.m our o.-I ton. couragesa assens ambition, b>Arty,tvigor
No infttor vh-lat vyir v \ ctlin inn3 - and cheerfulnes soon
t', you mit I a tm'.i-- ; -rii '- : disappear when the kid-
t. y l T n t s be p i-. n at a great neys are out of order
or y.)u \ il! :l-yv be p..-d nt a gPat or diseased.
dl.-iva ; '. in tI ~ 1- practl..nl 'irt.is of Kidney trouble has
life. We. c n-j.', ,-utire.vy ignore the become so prevalent
Inoney idd!e of exi-ti-i. :any ni.r-e than that it is not uncommon
we ca tihe food side. uud the very for a child to be born
founidationi life is the !. llty to kUow lrow to uon- u ne ys. Ifthe child urin-
age M money side effectively. .--. ates too often, if the
It is infinitely harder to sav.e in:,ne; urine scale e flesh or if, when theb child
and to nvet It wisely thOng to make reaches a ge when it should be able tw
it, and if evvitithe moet .ir;t practicid control th passage, it is yet afflicted vwith
It, and if evt the m.:t rtical m n t ed-win depend upon it. the cause 61
n io have o I niuln n the dfic is kidney trouble, and the firs
scihoutific business m(-tbhods, til it . ho towards towards the treatment o
nlfl-..ult thing to hobl oa to moinvy ;'t these m r np t organs. This unpleasan
er they make It, what Is likely t,) hal, irdaule is t0 a diseased conditionrof the
pen to peioplie who have had pra.?t:ill. kidreys a pladderand not to a kabit a
no tralh!ug In l.usled t" metboIds? most pe u pupoe.
If every ln l l .erieaLisn h i, a uell as men are nade mis.
It evero l. il. in Amtertica hn tr r;., k.-idr.ney and bladder trouble
thorough lusimis training tens of thr .b ad the same gre.t remedy
sands of promoters, long headed., cuu bth ii b d the imnspdi-Re effect o
ning schemers, who have thrived orL SwaL. td iAR soon raled. It i. sold
the p iople's ignorance. would be out o byfi drugan ft d "A".,
an occupation. by* d r aug e vo
hI nve tha t uthe uan,-;s eoll-, ., a
are among the ~1rwerest tlh.sin In l -'mple by mail
Americau civilization todny. because irce. al- phlet tell- HomeofSwawi>Root.
they have saved thousands of hmes r ng all a t- it. nclud!ng many of- tht
from being wrecked and have made thousand testimonial letters received
happy and comfortable tens of ho- from suffs et cured. in writing Dr. Kilme
happy and comfortable tens of thou- amton, N. Y. be sur an
sands of people who might otherwise mention t paper.
be lilvinug Ina poverty and wretchedness. n e i
-Success Magazlne. Don't ndie anl mistake, but remer
ber the Lme, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil
'*iake hnv tWhilhete Snn IShines." mer's S p-Ro't, and the address
There is a lesson in he work of he n, N. A on every bot
hritty farimer He kniews that the liriglit RE.OTWAY
stiiiiiliie may l1st ,Iut a oav tnil he pro- L. E.
",atil'ur thie shalowers which are so liable,
tu fhlon. So it should I se with ever f
,old lener a di.irrhoea il r
ci,.l-M a 11 ol ins UIay attack so(me Irr enriher o
if ie lionie wiliiott warning. Chamber-
lai,'..C',olie. Chulera and Ditarrelet Cm- Thoroughly
a, 11hii- is rime lPest kucin medicine for at
tbese disease, should ailwa.%s be k-ept-- -j-. 1 G Ost,
L.tin.. i imnie ale Ired tmelot is wcens- '-
rv, -',nid deliv may prove fa.tal. For sale HEADQUAI
ly all .al dicine dealer ;
Catching" Gulls and Albatross With r
Rod aud Line.
Curious though it may seem. it Is P
fact that birds are caught with rod and D Y GOO
line in many parts of the world. Th.? _. cR
pastime is declared to be almost as fas-
einatuing as fishing. Gulls hi ewfund- U R U
land are caught In this way lu large
quantitle.. In New England fishing for H
gulls aud pe'tr'els Is an Important In- H i
The method of bird fishing Is practi- m I E t
cally the same as that of ordinary
fishing. Two men go out In a dory and PI1 1
throw pieces of cod liver on the water.78 dinOb gi
When large quantities of birds have OU d in 1878, and bui
been attracted to the spot more cod -OUghly Reorganize
liver is thrown out on a hook. Tblh the i .-
birds greedily swallow an .~ *M
-- 4d...-" .

way off the Cape of ,9oo0a n0ope kJ
piece of pork L'attacbed to a -onkg-fle
and thrown overboard. The bird will
eye it for a long time, gradually and
cautiously making tou-*rd it. Suddenly
he will seize it and hold it in his beak.
When he discovers that he Is caught he
will sit on the water and vigorously
flap his wings. However, he will be
drawn into the boat and made a cap-
Albatross fishing is good sport, since
the bird requires careful handling. So
long as he pulls against the line it is
easy enough. The moment, however,
he swims forward the book will drop
from his beak unless it is skillfully ma--
nipulated, and the bird will find him-
self free.

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Italian Passion..
The emotional temperament of the
Italians is shown even in their "agony
advertisements." This is from an Ital-
ian paper: "Yesterday when I saw you
I had not then received your dear let-
ter. Imagine in what state of desola-
tion I had been. The day was to me
a veritable agony. I could not dis-
cover a reason for your silence. You
may guess how I suffered. But at last
yesterday evening I again saw your
adorable handwriting. Thanks, thanks,
with the whole of my soul. Thus, at
any rate, we may part with tranquil
hearts. But when I think we shall
never see one another again my soul
freezes. Write to me often, for I have
need of your gentleness, and I have a
foreboding that I shall succumb to the
pestilential climate of the country I
am going to. And I shall write every
other day to you. To you all my soul.
all my love, sweetest and most ador-
able creature."
A Mystery solved.
"How to keep off periodic attacks of
biliousness and "habitual constipation
was a mystery that Dr. King's New
Life Pills solved for me," writes John
N. Pleasant, of Magnolia, Ind. The
only pills that are guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction to everybody or
money refunded. Only 25c at A. II.

dwells on a thil crust i euelrcleng fA
molten mass and that the journey of
life is practically on a fire ball incased
In a fragile shell that has cooled anud
that. us it cools further, contracts with
earthquake shocks. Much virtue lIt
rhetoric, if the purpose is to elevate
the hair and Induce cold thrills and
gooseilesh. The Internal fire of the
earth Is an inference and, In any largo
sense, historically harmless if true.
Persons wbo worry over cosmic prob-
lens might al-o keep awake of rights
over the palpailI truth that the earth
moves through space without any vlsi.
blle menus of support. Ou the plhinlrt
are the plain marks of epochs of Ice as
well as of iuteuse heat. sclenti-_uts
agree tlht glacial ages will come

again. but geology
are gradual and of
graphically. St.

tenacLs that they
limited extent geo-
LouIs Globe-Deino-

cr.a t.

H. K, HOOD,1

Real Estate Broker.

St, Andrew, Fla.


47 Acres of Nice Land

I 15 Minutes Wall of Postotic.
Nicely located to be mubdiviide'l linto
Inirl ing Lot,.
This is a Bargain!
and the Bist, Property nowv on the
Market ahout St. Anlr ew.


cantile Co.,






i STOBE Business,
It up by the late L. M. Ware,
d and under New Management
U .U m.

lg-ran ees uniform fair and courteous treatment
to all.

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

i Never Disappoint Our Patients.
Fulfill Every Promise and Never Held 0t False Hopes.
mslrC Strlotule without the knife orbonu ad Varicocele wthoat
UnR pain or detention from businem; Ooatagiomu Blood Pisleon
never to return, Withet mercury or mineral ttturet Los of Mhant
er rt M: *rPositivelye`nrd;. no timuln3 but permanent.
The Dr. Kins Medical Co. Is an tlstitution organ~ Fdunder th
laws of the atate of Georgia for the treatment and oare of 1i
uervousandolhronic dlseasei. Dr. Zt. K. King, the founder
this institution, Is the chief consulting spepotalst, being assistla
by a stag of eminent physiciansan d ad fiureons.
vOursacess in the treatment of chronic diseases is unuwpsas-
sed; we nuse both medical and electrical skg'noles.
VW ~ \ Ot bofleoesare equipped with al the galvanic, faralie bst"tm
lea,. X-ray, vilolet ray, and finsca tay.: in fact, every electrical
Oontrivance known to themoedIca% profession. Oursanitarium ls
modern in every respect, and we employ none but the best
"+' ) trained and efficient attendants, regularly qualified graduates
and licensed physicians being in charge.
We employ no misleading meaas tp secure patients and
patronage-no 0. O. D.'s or unasked for literature are sent out
by this station. Our terms for treatment average from 5.00
to 510.00 per month, (medicines included) and we give the assur-
ance of a cure within a 9peclfled time.
CT l'r~r~ la u'~ dt Et 'We snccessfully'treat and permna-
WE IRE 9 UCHRONICDiSEcASESDicnently cure all chronic diseeaes
eft+ such as Kidney and Bladder troubles, Rheumatiaw,
pture. Iydrocele. Drains. Losses, etc., nd all Private
m i( rI w Diseases, Tumore and malignant troubles. Catarwr of t&
S Noe, Throat, Head an4 Lungs. Diseases of Eye and Ir,
.,KING. M. D. Chronic Diseasee oe Women, such as Displacamente,
l m TING PHvMoIM. Unnatural Discharges, aud such weaknesses of women.
Sasto- ay regarding your condition if you are astek r afflicted. On request we
,s send you our literature, including syTptom blanks for borne treatment.
5.. ED.ICAL 0., m ltt at,, Atlanta, a.
vNO M aEDICAL 80!m11 anlesmarlmmSts ,Afwraewa, O'rns

Tuesday, 8:30 p. m.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m.
Wednesday, 2:30 p. m.
Thursday, 9:00 a. m.
Monday, 6:00 p. m.
Thursday, 3:00 p. m.
Friday, 11:30 a. m.
Friday. 10:00 a. m.

St. Andrew,
St. Andrew.

Wednesday, 8:00 a, Ra
Wednesday,j10:00 a. m
Thursday, 6:00 a. m.
Thursday, 12:00 noon.
Monday, :00 a. m.
Friday, 2:00 a. B,
Friday, 4:00 a. m:.
Friday, 11:30 p. m,

Pensacola to St. Andrew and Millville, $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabelle, $7.50.
St. Andrew and Millville to Apalachicola, $5.00.
Pensaeola to Mobile, $2.50.
The above rates include meals and berths. W. G. B




mI-c er c h a Hd.

Cooking and Heating Stoves8
Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Efc.

Burial Caskets, Robes, Suits. Etc.



Dry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries

Notions, Provisions and Feed Stuffs.

Corner Washington Avenue and Bayview St.
I pay ( ash for Goods and must do

a strictly Cash or Ready Pay

This is ill nI y PtIlron' Iiteresi as mell as nly Own.
Convince Yourspitr of this T~ruui.




Call and


DEL'RS IN "|'CamnnQt


Ship Chandlery Hardware

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

Trunks and Valises.


Stool & Wir Co,

Made in Iron.

Wind Mill Company

Best Copper Paint.

All Groods 1IVEN TO
EXCEPT Ma.il Orders
Salt, Grin apd Rd
Any Postoffice Gladly Sent
on the Ba)! on action

Breech-Loading' We Are

On ,5.50 SHOE MEN!
nlyllV.C BwRAC ,N & CO<..



iuau SPEft1Alu lREM UCI Tbtr5

2 14-3rt. SOL=D COLnD FOnTVlTAln P3

For five of these rouDOns and sixty cents seat or brought to the Buoy
office e we will ttrnish you a beautiful finished 14-kt. Solid GolId Fouint-
6 il7 PeIm, that co-ts at. retail $1.50. The pen is complete with box and
filler and is fully warranted by the manufacturers and can be returned to
them if utnsatisfactory in any particular,


M~illville, Fla.,
Manufacturers of

RoftDressed anl DiMelsiol

Yellow PiRO Lumber.

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


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Pensacola St, Andrew & Gulf


^^^gM^^y~i"^ IARirW-IVE*


Thursday, Aug. 23, 1906.

4,gnar. ~ Ib Tea, j 1 i
;ranaslated .. 6 He No....... ..55
SCntffee.A .... 6!t Gunpowder.. 40
r I.t lrown.... 5 Uncuol '4J ap.40-60
S1fitlee, Cond milk, 1 can
t Arbuckle,lbl2-l5 Sweetened ..... 10
;iEger snaps 312,5 Bilking powder
3rackerf, soda 10 Royal ....... 5o
r'ol.eco, plug -20a6l Campbell .... 10
Inlsins Canned fruit
S .ondon layers.8-15 Peaches.... I 0:'O(0
V alencia.... .. 8 Toimatoes .. .S;l
lie.. ....... 6 Apples........ 1 o
%y lles Pears ......... 15
I vigw rated... 121 Plums......... 10
Dried Peaches 8 Apriot...... 111-20
'... i t prgil....20 Sirawberries. .. -20
.t oline ... 4 Piepple ... I1-20
t,:.. tida -y Mp'.. O1 Canlkod Meats
Sd., 75 lRo st Beef ...., j2

.... attur 25-35 Lolister..... 2
...'.boJrgerie.. J8 Salmon.. 10r&@15
ard ..... 7-10 Canued VegefafICleH
Srnsa .......... 5 'Baked Beaiins... 10
6gcoanutpkg... 10 Corn ....... 10@15
Jely glass 1 Peas ... .......***** 0
lameJnice ...... 45 Pumpkin ..... 1
Eggs per dozr... 20
Flour Pork
8tarof Sthl/, 2.35 D.S. pr ilb..... 12
Obeliek.......325 Bacoi Sides... 12
.tor Meal pr bult7-et) Fresh "....... W.8O0
Oat Meal pr lb .. 5 Br'kf'stBac'n 16-22
OMr per u ..75a800 Ham canv's'd 15-20
Potatoes Shoulders..... 11
Irish..... 1 40 Beef
: ,arlv 'se seed 1.60 Corned...... 8
Sweet.... 60@75 Fresh.. ....... 10
3tilt, pr sa k.. .00 Dried.......... 25
i Table ........ 5 Milk pr qt ...... 10
( ails per 11e4t a5 Ax,with handle. 75
,alv wire do.a'6n< Hoes, etch.....35A5
SManilla rope.. .9al20opper paint, can 50
Stoves cook,. .$8i.25 Linseed oil, gai15 .@60
l'ipe, per joint 18 -
SlPrints, per yd 5a8 checks ...... 5a5
3 meetings .... 5a) Flannel ....... l.40
M uslin....... 9al 1 Thread per spool. 5J
leans. ...... 15a15 Shoes,ladies.$i a2 75
Kxtra'pantsliut ti'.5 Men's... $1 40a300
H.ty pr cwt..75atl.o5 Oats Ppr hu...... ti0
"r.u ... ...... 1.25 Brick pr M.... 13.00
SopeSisal .. ...7 9 Linme pr 0il)...... 75
)rfngeas pr do/... 45 Pecans pr IIl... 1. I
A pples........ 15 W al,,'itI ...... .. I
iemnuns ......... 20 Alimonid' ....... 1
_ n att htll p'irl,110I I.So Ope ied 'i 't ... 20,
Horset... $',alSo Cowsa....... t 1 ,'i. :,
Mules..... $50a*175 Hogs..... .4 0$4
x n.. .p yoke $65 SJeep ...... .. $2
., .- L 1)U I l .
'FIS .
r'resh. al I
M. Mullet .l 'dou *5 M llc1 I "r 1,1,1 5 511
T" ont:.. ...... 15 L. t ....... 15 0
'L'tMilpa l pr lb.11' 6i P 'onp n . ... 1I1
Slurgeoii ...... 10 Mackerl .... ,.00D
1.UM Elt .


.618P "..10,0)11
. Drop aiding,
[feartL Ilk e Inj 4 .00Jll
SuNIpube.. m@I

SA P 1.5111

Face' 12 LIOill
Sap ..t III M
0~tI IWwils,

her. daina1ier
d -'ed .... $201

$100 Rewaid. $100
t The readers of I his pIper will lie plea--
4i tt leari tlh t tIhere is at lon-t oneL
dreaded di~easei that science has I,..,-n,
a le to cure in all its stages, and that :
catrart.. ,all's Catarrh Cure is the only
positive cure known to the nicedical lini-
ternity. Calarrh being a constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional treat-
ment.2 Hali's Catarrh Cure is taken in-
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
Sand mucos surfaces of the system, there
'by destrving the foundation of the dis-
.ease, and giving the patient streugith bi
.tiauilding upthd constitution and assist igg
S'nature in doing its work. The proprio-
toreshave so much faith in its curative
powers that they offer One Hundred Dol-
lare for any ease that it fails to cure.
F. J. OHENEY & Go Toledo, 0.
Take Hall's Family Pille for constipa-
i .
'~~ ~ */ -c.

:' ~~ IsA you. wire not at the
s' reception? H e-I stayed

you promise to keep t a secret? Sbe-
. YTeK' 94--Well, they failed to send me
an Invitation.
Ad vantovip of Trarwl.
All travel ha1 ;tsadvantage. If the
S. paasen.'er. vlits better countries he
may learn to improve his own, and If
fortune carries him .to worse he may
learn to enjoy his own.--Johnson.

i" u n haven't regular, healthy movement of the
Sbowels every day, you'reillUorwill be. Keep your
bweta open, and be well. Force, inl the shape of
i %lenfep&I. or pill poison, ia dangerous. The
*ieothe.t,'easiest, most perfect way of keeping
l bowoja elar and cleani is to take

,Pl"sant, Palatable, Potent, Ta te Good, Do
Good, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe; 10, 25 and
51 cents per box. Write for free sample, and book-
let on health. Address 433
Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.

Special to the Buoy;
W. T. Pender took a fli ing trip 1I
S:,eads, 1Iut 1 r1 neu iel ,1 Fiiday. lie
8s yd -arker is the place.
Earnest Graves of Bainbridge, Ga.,
nephew, of J. A. Doualsoa is here
or a visit.
The Parker F. &. &. M. lodge was
well attended on Saturday-lots of
brethern up from St, Andrew and
R. E. lialmer is having some repair
work done on hiIc hIouse-wundei
what that mean.?
Mrs. W. A. Etmmnons nprnt batur-
day afternoon with Mrs. W. H. Par-
Hlenir J.,nilson passed t}hroughI
here Tnuesial last en ruiute to Alaba-
ima lero lie %%il- visit friends and
r'elalives lur a while.
A giod many ishir.ng crews went
out It the fil.hing grounds last week.
Mr311 Hlaon from near Cottondale
is duow,. "ilh a party for a sliolt
0-go.d Parker, wife at,,n iL j

day t&'viSit his lfatihcr J. W. Paiker
and % ife.
Mr. Paget and two daughters, son-
in-law, mother and Mstor of Maiaiin-
na are dowu for a couple of weeks.
t.Lklng inll tie delights of the 3,,y.
The Tun:pkinin irepoior ij t,, be
congratulated on how to run a nalph-
tha launch every time," He's cer-
tainly np, to his job. and no mistake
-'------***- .

Special report to the Buoy.
J. H. Porter is making final prool
upon his ihcmemtead claim, at Vernon.
E. W. Tompkins is making exten-
sive repairs upon his tuill,
Prei.chliig services were well at-
tenled, Sndat'y.
Cool sea breeze seekers are still
liligering around th(i head of thu bay.
'Jhlii isn't liot weather--we only
jrst imagine it snch-liquid air will
soon silpplant ice plants.
A yti-to-do nian will keep one
dog, a poor lmIan, two dogs, and a
very pxtr man, four or five dogs. E.
W'. T'-ipkiiis h as passed along down
thi,.;41i all these hLages, ho once
onit, I.1 one dog, but. nouw hlie is the
prouiidl psase-s,i of four canines.
C I1. Denining will occupy ii,k
iet hli.,me on Mllain .trcit, '1'nesday.
M .U. u 'ulipiki,,s im inpr'oving il
hle l iiiuder theo kill'ul lteatneiit ul
L)r I': l.,,ot h'.
I1 I- I ported that the railroad hat.
laui,ci.i,-.1 out on another boom; buhi
1n.: 0. o advised to hold thi.'i breathi
wai in. fur it to get hare.

Special Rti)oit to the Buos.
Hut weatleItr has isur got helo. but
a hlittlo lait; ilety aIl lain and gar.-
dens are lu,,king fine .1. P. Smith,
above l'eail Riym, is said to have
thIe fine.lt irincilk palch on, East Bay.
'I lihe Mcu'l|eraong ecop is good aual
r'ipening in line shapl,.; ji'achecs about
all gone.
La'ni i liintrs amr bcr.iniig OO111010
an ll I11i i .Iiiile11o, .. .
Fitl.er miien are plentiil-about
tw, ti e\'ei mullet, anlI can't let up
,lur iiunday, but come aerios the bayv,
away friiu homue. to cast-net.
(_u,>. Kiiiney is off tishiing u ith
Capt. Chas. Andelsou ot North Bay,
E. Mos]iur is getting shingles to
repair tho roof of his house.
Fluank Kiainey has treated his hoIat

to a ne5w coat of paint, making it look
.,-pick and spann and has changed its
Iame 1f.oni Aletha to that of his best
gili, Beatiice H.
rt'. Studebaker and son came down
himone Saturday evening from Saun-
tders, where he has been at work re-
-pairing the road engines.
Mr. Hodge, who has been working
-fOi al .tinAe j a -the. log road 4 i
ilUaders was 'at 1i me i alhrday^
evening, He expects to get work on
the road at Millville in the future.
,Ezra Kinney has got to be a
steady hand on the railroad ont from
Millville. The force is now at work
at Bayou George.

IHe who expresses his willingness to
die for a wonian always reserves the
right to fix the date of his demise.
The Etnd of the World
of troubles that robbed E H. Wolfe, of
Bear Grove. Ia., of all usefulness, came
when he began taking Electric Bitters,
He writes: 'Two years ago kidney trou-
ble caused me 'great suffering, which I
would never have survived had I not
taken E'ectric Bitters. They also cured
me of general debility." ", Sure cure for
all stomach, liver and kidney com-
plaints, blood diseases, headache, dizzi-
ness weakness or bodily decline. Price
50 cents. Guaranteed bv A. f. Brake

Cl'wees and bnutifies the balr.I
Promotes a lx Itiant growth.
Nevea Faila to Restore Oray
.4air to Its Youth-f-1 Color.
C:re cCip diseases L hair f.'ing.
fic, loa t nrg ora1 u

8 1-i. ia R -p.o I I l te I u-.
This place is inee:-iig in I 'Ipiiul
I un--.l. lilcii has mii ved iniii thli
( 'nni inlghaoia I.iti,.e, intending it, hI
cate if he tinds business; J. B. \Vhii.
deu of Dalkeith has moved into the
Leavitt house.
Mr. Strickland and wife of Ala-
bama are visiting his sister, Mrs.
Mrs. MaggiOe I. Lyle ha. jluvt rotuinedI
to her liuiie in ','iiae,,iil: aflle a v i-i
af a mniiti wili her parents, Mr. andi
Mrs. \Vodfold.
S. S. Stone, uife an.l three sone
I1. W., ('ihalpy and (George and three
,aiighlter'. Mi.Sses A ,iiie, E.-tellt anil
Stella, of Snead, Fla., and ,I. Gfffiin
of BlonntstAown, are camping here.
Mr, Bailey buried his lit:Ie son,
Sat ud ty.
Religions services are held in the
schoolhlu..e. conducted by Elders J.
Mark Stone and J. H. Leavitt. with
good attendance.
Mr. Mrlien anie 'rien Is went ont to..

kilred a 'posamim tlie oilier tiglil.
-\\ F. Wuodford hah a new launch
which he has named the Cliff.
Wmn. Strange killed a bear some
weeks ago.
W\. F. Woodford lias a lino lot uf
grapes and pears.
T. Allan of Allanton, justt acrus.s
the bay, is putting in the foundation
for a house.
Van Strauge ol this place cunteim-
plates building a house.

,A Wooden Actor.
WN"i Morris had the Ilaymarket
theater .Terrold h'id occasion one day
o find fault witl the strength, or.
.ather, the want of strength, of the
.omrp1ny. Morris expostulated' and
,aid: hy. there i1: V. lie was bred
an these lno:Iri 3I" "Hle looks as
tiotgh h hod been cut out of them,"
eppled .Jerrold.
Not the Girl to .Endure a SMight.
"We need no ring to plight .oir1
troth," he suggesteA as he kissed her
*"es, we ," rcl-o:-tepl the mak!'e
"None of your sleight of hand triel:c
.vlth me."

The reo' rd onpe shows -'onomy Is
Ilko that we show 9n old nunt who 3i
to leave ns something at last.-S-he-a
In lf l);.fnte, e
Major Hamnin. e.litor and manage -of
the Constituitionalist. Eminence Ky.
when lie was fiercely attacked, four
ears a'o, by pile., bought a box of
Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ol which he
says: "'It cured me in ten days and no
trouble since." Quickest healer of
burns, soros. cuts and wounds. 25c. at
A. H. Brake's store.

On Frihla. ol lant.,
was ho'lure1, v ith -4i
.1,11 I{ t "W. Sto.rs. thL
piie.Jr o4l the DeFnhiL

rda Fair asbuciatiuz
ing a sort "of eaa---
the interest of the 01
in company with hat.
to the Bay, were
Cat'a Ihu 8. A. Caw
.Latthews, all of DNY
T'he udarnea:
A Sulaiiese I:'. a.- w1
s t- .t clot!.tq is prt
nco;:,lornible ituraut 1A
lat o)r ou.er girraim !
'l'lti'4 -'bou)ihd I e w.T"i
ery 1:('kn. It is of lihe
Itz If ,nany foda. T.
of lr,''ss, c-,.
S;i wih.t. Its cap,
-'..ue mian:tcerlil, slnij
ud .Ji,uLtlcs equally l

.Mrs. De Style (exkl
You know. my c
mimtn ae. Critl'-

qtoke offbaTh .-e

Returned TllI
"Do thoughts that 1
long ago ever return s
inator of silly questlimi
"Not unless I inclc*
swered the literary .,

ek the Buoy
Pleasant call
hustling pr.
, Breeze a..
S\Weut Floi
0 was niak-
ing tonur in
ng fair and
on his vibit
0s1R. W. L.
n and W\. 1.
,ink Spi ines

dressed up lu
Ilv tbo moqt
te world. The
vhich fashion
aches to the
velvet, hang-
. in turn, Is
buttons and
rab!y adding
n turn, Is of
ly decorated

ift f ire-
froao t

toy In the
ked th orlg.

stamps." ii-

Notice of Applica.tn for Tax
Under Section 8 of Chap 4888. Laws of
Notice is hereby gives. that Grare E.
Drummond, purchaser of T'ix Cortificale
No. 133. dated the 6th dmgof June A. rP
1904, has filed said cerlificlat in my office
aid has made application 'For tax deed lo
issue in accordatince with ahi. Said eertifi-
aIe ,ilirnaceas the folls\^ing described
properly situated in Washington county,
Florida, to-wit: the neVof ne 04 of ..ec-
tion 9, Ip. 4s, r. 14w. The *tid land beilg
assesc-id at the date of t. e issuar ce ef
such certificate in the Oame of J. H
Drummond. Unless said certificate shall
he redeemed according o law tax deed
will iqsue theruon on 24ihb day of
September. A. D. 1906. -
Witness my official si ture and seal
[L. a.] this the 18th dayo August, A. D.
1906. W. C. CKEY,
Clerk Cir alit Court,
Washington Coak ty. Florida

Twentieth 'Cerflu ir
Shorhand and Business
Write for Full II



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For Years it Bas Bg the Li[
f Guard of a Vast .4mber.

It is tle embodiment if the highest
Slaw known to hunani soiece. In i im
- -- ioncentiated the experience of btho
greatest scientist of the age. A labor of love for humanity,.
No agency for health has so mnaiiy faithful I'riends-noute-V r deserves
so inany.
OXYDONOR iDst ills new life into thie system; regeneratea, reinivigoI-
ates, vitalizes every organ into the poperl discharge ol the'nlletiicOtil.n r
which Nature intenlol them. Its .use brings vigorous health ihwith all the
physical activity that mak-ti(- life worth living. .i
OXYDONOR has beetn fully testeil in all diseases, aiwias brongh t
health aid happiness to suifferers from RIionmnatieni, (Iliflint. Iorv, Al.
cnlar, 'Sciatic) Neuralgia, Cataith. fHay Fevor, Asthma, Bq. I Triinll,
BIlood Diseases, 'Typh'uid, Malarial awl all Fevers,. Female 0 G plaint, au.n
Diseases tf Chlildren.
Write for book "Giateful Reports" containing illustrati prices and
reports front many well-kinown ipe.oile.
Avoid Fraudulent Imitations. The only genni, OXYDONOR
has the name 'f their ORIGINA 011) and INVENTOR,
D1R H. SA NCHE, stamped in the metal. .|
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489 FiltIh avo.. New York City. U A..
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2208 Si. Catherina street. Mou 1, Ca 1la.

A Hair


Nearly every one likes a fine
hair dressing. Something to
make the hair more manage-
able; to keep it from being
too rough, or from splitting
at the ends. Something, too,
that will feed the hair at the
same time, a regular hair-food.
Well-fed hair will bestrong,and
will remain where it belongs-
on the head, not on the comb!
The be t kind of a testimonial -
"Mold for over sixty years."
M ade bJ.C.AyerC o., Towell, Mass.
Also manufacturers or
Aqe l~rli Is.

Mndel Sirknema.
Tbe pretty girl iad told the artiat
bat be bndt posed btforo. ni1 o;i thl-
bvfiA4MB hat 3ltat-omneilt aliCe got A

'"Model ticp-s." FaM. id the trx'eri
enr-ed artist after she riIl gon. "I
know she was lying, for ithe .lrt thiern.
always got- it. It is as iel %ve fiu.i ;.
complaint as seaslckneqa nnd lmqo t-. I-
Ne:ted the same way. It is n f:orm 0:
n, nea an-1 Is eulll.wil na much by f'li
ne *ous rtraln the iuew r,,oilel Is Il
wni. under as by the o in'is'"il exp-'ri
Peue' f stinaln l'i <.ie p-H0ioun. I
bhae r d l I'g, -tr'nt.I men, even ne-
iro,'s. t, the' s;ru,- wIy. It is some
thlug de ry artIst hIn- to eiako allow
auces f,', and only fr'atctic(e can curt
It, nal;.:ulgh I know .Ild:mlodels wh(,
still .zu:~er from It. e specially if they
ire In an awkwardl p'.c:."-Exchange.
Keeplug Out of Danger.
Lady Frederick i'avoudish once told
a story in illustattion of the prevailing
ignorance in certain classes in Englandc
A poor woman in dlcussing -the pro
priety of washing her clilld's head said
"I know better than to do that. I'v-
Ueard enough of water on the brain."
Unnecessary Exp'nse.

Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea
come on without warning and prompt re-
lief must be obtained. There is no neces-
sity of ineurring the expense of a physi-
cian's service in such eases If Cha'mber-
lain'a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
remedy is at hand. A dose of this remedy
will reliee the patient .hefore'a n doctor
could arrive. It has neverbeen known to
fail, even in the most severe and dangei-
ous cases anc no family should be %ith-
out it. For sale by all uiedciue dealers.

The Marlo of Chemistry.
Chemistry is accomplishing wonders
before us every day, auch a r
story telTaft-60 1%-hfrfnflb r
their fables. It spreads the sensitive
film on the artificial retina which looks
upon us through the optician's lens for
a few seconds and fixes an Image that
will outlive the original. It questions
the light of the sun and detects the
vaporized metals floating around the
great luminary-as If the chemist of
our remote planet could fill his bell
glasses from Its fiery atmosphere. It
leads the power which flashes our mes-
sages lu thrills that leave the lazy
chariot of day behind them. It soenil
up a few dark grains In Iron avaes anJ
!o. at the toueb of a single spark, rise-
In smoke anid flamo a mighty AfrI?
with a vleer Ilk ;bit 'fhattr3 II;P an eortbilainak. Tb'
,lrePn ni. o ,orlorintal ftncy halit h e'co:,
Ihe s:,ber f.n.-t4 of our i e\vt.'y:iy lift
sid the c ,-iml t is t Ihe r:.fli.' n ,
w i.Oun We \ro t lio !i.--E',.'Ih fi,.

Small Goftage for Rent,
Corner Wvoming a.'e and \Viluo st .
Apply at Buoy office.

/Cheaper than wood. Will last a lifetime.
llghlst Awards World's Fair, SIt.Loulst.1104.
' F l, oi 0 .
Over 100 dealsi of Iroa Fence showed ID ur calr.-
Sl. Low prices will a.rprie joe.
Called so

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Factory on Bay Front, near Washingtc

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Factory Equipped with Engine and Moderno



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Estimates Cheerfully Furnism



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May be seen lying on the
Beach in front of the Buoy Office.
Apply at Buoy Office.
Odd Cotftcidence,
Mrs. Janson said to Mrs. Lammis in
perfect confidence, "Do you know mine
Is the prettiest baby in the world?"
"Well, really, now, what a colnel-
dencel" said Mrs. Lammis. "So is

Much prudence does not always keep
one from committing follies, nor muebh
scene from thinking them, nor wmucb
wit from uttering them.
Dodge the Shadow*.
Why destroy present happiness by a
distant misery which may never conxt
at all, or you may never live to see
It? Every substantial grief ha. twen-
ty shadows, and mqst of themn sad-
oiys \ your owe a .g S

W. H.



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Deal, Apeut d Couv yaucer,


Will Attend to Payment of Taxces

and Collection of Rent for Non-Residents.


Thoe Allaton Lmber Coffmpafly,


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Whether Large "r Small, Write for Prices.
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D A3).LE?. t IsT

Drugs, medicines, Fancy Tolet Articles

I Handle no Quack Nostrume.

DR, JJ. JESTER, M, D, Drugrist.


In Effect April 14, 1901
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Louisville *
St. Louis


Galt City-,
Good Range:
Crestview -
Deer -Land
Mossy Head
DeFuniak Springs
Ponce de Leon
Grand Ridge

RiverJunction Le

A Hole In a Stone.
When primitive man pierced a hole
through a stone for decorative pur-
poses mainly the resultant was due to
a great deal of trouble and expendl-
ture of time. When be came across ia
tonee with a hole In it he thought the
perforation was due to some miltjct-
lous power, and accordingly he endow-
.ed A the .n b wat l.attr.-
a bu'to. it 'telle In the iiarvefous
ought to diminish In exact proportion
to his Information. A stone may be
formed of the same stlex. only one por-
tion Is crystalline, the other amorphous.
While the crystalline part resists abra-
sion aud solution the amorphous doe
not. If the amorphous part lie In the
center of a stone which Is In the water
It wastes away, and so a hole Is the re-
A merry party being gathered In a
*city flat made such a racket that the
occupant of a neighboring house sent
his servant over with a polite message
asking If it would be possible for the
party to make less noise, since, as the
servant announced, "Mr. Smith says
that he cannot read." "I am sorry for
Mr. Smith," replied the host. "Please
present my compliments to your maw.
ter, say that I ati sorry he cannot read
and tell him I could when I was four
years old."'-London nJdy.
Didn't Work.,
A tew soprano was needed to fill a
vacancy In the church choir, and there
were a lot of applicants. Each chose
her own music, the idea being to allow
the candidates to show off to best ad-
vantage. One young woman sang a
"piece" which began, "Turn me not
away-" 8se wa. tu.'.d aw.y & iw .


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Cough Remedy
The Clildren's favorite
Coughs, Colds, Croup and
Whooping Cough.
Thths remedy it famo0 s for its eolteo2 vi
large part ot the clvltid wotd. hd
always be depended upon. conaM t o a
opium or other harmti dr a Nd
gveon a oonSfdeatly to a baby as to a tI a
Price 25 ets; Large Size, 60 te.

10ph-How'd yout glt along in^ f*j1
them there leeptl' car whe you to*
your trip? SiMp--Got along all rigTl.,
but I caug1bt a colored feller ttryf' (f
sneak away with my hoots en' Wat!ae
'ift bring 'won back.--Wfdfat stwefs Stao.

Mfake ycur falturp trselgd hy cowt
atg: it 'lfl-tt diffrw f. tt ~n 'tcctw..-

trn yoi .h .fn fto -)'-r' t M a iTf, te
man aht ft t ~ef .wn.r s I-s apt to fai
Qui#e about te tbealth o9 yoour wfalil
-t*- did



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C Poe.
0 r T 95

The. Conghingt Stoppe4"
a ert acert rmy post there was a
Sentry on duty near the hospital. Thi
surgeon was prepdrlng to go to bed In-
side when he was Ranoyed and alarm-
ed at the sentry's coughing. HiM expe-
alenced ear told him that the man bad
* aevere bronchilal affliction, needing
-a strong remedy. He debated awhile
wit bhImself and then, going into the
dispenslnga room, to pounded a power-
ful mixture This he took outside to
the sentry, with instructions to swal-
lw ft Immediately. The man refused.
2hUsurgeon insisted and finally eom-
manded the soldier to take the medi-
cine, which he did, with much grum.
bling. Then the worthy surgeon went
to bed, pleased to bear no more cough-
hg. Next morning to his surprise the
commanding officer sent for him and
sid that the sentry had complained,
declaring that the surgeon had forced
him to swallow something he thought
Was poison. An Investigation followed
aid revealed the fact that while rte
urgeon was mixing the medicine the
coughing sentry had been relieved and
consequently the remedy had been gtv-
nto the wrong man.-London TIt-BIta

la tht country the large octopa.m or
oldM, common on many a coast, of.
Smds the palate, but the Itaiean,
FieMtchman and Portuguese eats t

uleksnt and has the flavor of crab.
Wwran di t Chinaman selling eggs of
imowa. age, especially duck eggs
ontalnatg ducklings ready to be batch-
ed. Shark fin a tough, disagreeable
tosd, are in demand, while deer horns
h the velvet and lizards of various
kinds are eaten. The nest of the swal-
low, with its embedded secretion of
the mouth glands of the bird, Is nearly
worth its weight In gold. Trepang, the
tough, impossible holothrian, Is eaten,
and Its collection Is an Important In-
dustry along the Malay coast, amount-
ing to at least $100,000 per annum. In
Yrance the sea anemone Is used as
food; stuffed and boiled It calls to mind
crab or crayfish. The sea -urchins of
various species are also used, cooked
In theircovering like an egg, and eaten
with a spoon.

The Doctor Preacrbo.
JImson-Doctor, I'm getting too stout
So comfort, and I want your advice.
Doctor--Nothing reduces flesh like
worry. Spend two hours a day think-
fg of the unpaid bill you owe me.


WITH Dr. King's

New Discovery

U I UGHS and 0c & $1.00
L uDS Fre Trial.
h. a ^ IL

qw2Ime mendlng a sket -h and doeserptlon SW
utekly aoertatin our opimmion free wbett,. &
Inventlon is probably patentable. Comm% a-.
tlons atricetly confidential. Handbook on Pat 'a
ment free. Oldest agency for securing patent.
Pantsa taken through Munn & Co. recci
ape"e oLtice, without charge, In the
Scientific HmerikaN.
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. largest cir
culation of any sclientllc Journal. Terms, $3 a
fear; ur months, IL Sold ball newedealers.
BONN & Co.361rodwa. New York
-uch Umce. 625 F St. Washington.. Q

Tw Mps-EaM $1
30x50: iiches,. correctly platted and
whowing ali the' more important
ISaililiuag-im of great value to any
one ooitemiiplating purclhasihg prol,-
erty in town. It covers about four
,ieNu of coast line, extending east-
ward from Dyer's P'.ii.t to ani em-
bracing Old St. Andirews, with cor-
respondhing* territory inlauil. Price
One DThllar, at the BUJOY Office.
Mitowing all the lands di*~;seed of iby
the Cincinnati Company, also locates
NnrrintKsi -'anrker; Oromanton anti
ajicent onntry. The pint of the
ruti is n'o hiwu. hbut by tle wdi of
tisa map the aiplmioxim nate location of
. aj* i ily, ifetermine4,. Price
V .

aiy.ay'dreN 4r. reAteipt on-tf eft '

Owr Clubbing UList.
'A'h .BUOT' has made very Viehvanoluli
bgaeamuangeients with a few ofthe ver}
el tpuirications in the country and for
E, li present caz sen-d fo-e a withle year
Tihe BUOY.and
1Detroit Free Preas (twive-a-week
aitd Year BoQk)............. 1 7'
The Fla T. U. & Citizen, daily for $5 8 5
do Semi weekly,for$l 55
entific .Anmeviean' .... 3 50
iymaerandFrnitGrower" ... 2 55
Vlrtida Agriculterist .2 5:
de clubsof 5, each ...2 215
pv1arniJ'rn.al, Ph ilad'a, monthly 1 10
imacslittiM Enquirewr twice a week
large, pages each issue..... 1 75
A. tlantaOo tstitiution ... 1 75
S l.Y. World(thrice a wpk)...... 1 70
The CosmoP~olitan.......... ... 75
The Criterion.................... 56
For &oy or either of thie above publica-
tate inI eConnection with the IU'T(Y, ad.
o og a r4t: orders to I HE BUOY,
St. Andrew, Fla.

For Sale!
We offer for sale a strip from the
soutb itde of the north half of the
northwest quarter of section 10. town-
ship 4 south, range 14 west, running
orom the~chool house to Watson bayou,
adjoiningMillville on the south. Will be
sold In acre quarter, or half-acre lots.
The .price asked will be according to
.. .. TN A 1irtn Tr


The World's Water Supply.
A German scientist predicts that the
time wl- (otne when there will not be
'vater enough remaining on this globe
to sUfpor't humaini life. We are left to
suppose that out shrinking sphere will
form eaverns in its Interior intq which
the oceans will sink. For a similar
reason, as a soe astronomers believe,
there is no man in the moon, the for-
mer waters on its surface, if there ever
were any, having retired into Its cav-
ernous interior. We have ng evidence
at present of subterranean hollows of
any extent, and the earth's crust is con-
tinually adjusting Itself by earthquake
dislocations to the pressures within and
without. Besides, nature has provided
this planet of ours with a rather large
water supply. Nearly three-fourths of
the earth's surface-or 144,712,850
square miles-are covered by the ocean,
which is reckoned to be of an average
depth of at least two miles. The globe
must contractt enormously and leave
some huge cavities before our oceans
disappear. At present Its crust by no
means resembles a rigid arch. It is a
wavy curve, the tops of its mountains
more than five miles high and the low-
eat of its sea floors more than five
siles deep. We may safely count on
several millions of years before the
last man has not a drop to drink.

1 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 * *' '*,f ..iT ..li *

lawn on the right hand sid'of th
house as you face the mountains James
Madison built an icehouse. This was
tI 1809, and It was the first Icehouse
In Orange county, Va. Ice in summer
His servants were Incredulous. And he
bet his overseer an Iced mint julep on
the Fourth of July, against which the
latter wagered a wild turkey. Of
course Madison won the turkey.-Coun-
try Life In America.


July 16,19016.
D Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the Clerk of the.
Circuit Court atVernon, Fla., ,on Sept.
20. 1906. viz:
JOSEPH S. OROOM of Anderson, Fla.
Hd 35456 for the sol of see 14, tp 2s,
r. 15 w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous resilence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
Samuel Richareson. Marion Shii.os,
Charlie M Porter and A A N.cCallvm,
all of Anderson, Fla.
W. G ROBINSON. Ilekister.

Notice of Application for Tax
Under Section S of Chapter 4888 Laws of
Notice"is hereby given that. A. E.
Register, purchaser ol Tax Certificates
Nos. 127,152, 158, 163 and 165, dated the
6th day of June, A. D.. 1904, has filed said
certificates in my office, and hbts made
application for tax deed to issue in accord-
ance with law. Said certificates embrace
the I.illowing described property situated
in Washinton cuiunt.y, Florida, to-wi:
Block 32 of the nw sec. 5, Ip. .Is t. 14 w;
Lots 10, blk. a-,13, blk 13; wi lot 1, blk 26;
lots 13 and 14, tlk 31 of tho si of eec. 35.
tp 3s, r. 15w. The said land being as-
essed at the date of the issuance of s.ich
rlificates in the name of Wum. 8tansbury.
Unes said certifReate shall be redeemed
acdording to law, tax deed will issue
thereon on the 23d day of August, A. 1..
Witness umy official signature aud seal
fL. .] this the 13th d;tyof July. A. D.
1906. W.C. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit fourth
of-.Vaahington county, Florida.

Notice bt Application for Tax Deed
Undur Sectioni 8 of Chajpter 4888
Laws ol Flu lida.
No ice is hereby given that G. W.
Earinshaw, purchaser of 'lax C,'rt ticLite
No. 166. dated the 6il day oof Junet, A. D..
1904 has filed said cerlifieate in my otliic,
and lhas made application for a tax deed
to issue in accordance with law. Said
certificate embraces the following de-
scribed property situated iii Washington
county, 1-loridi, to-wit: The e. ofIt 1 34
block 33, s,', of section 35, lp. 34, r. 15%%.
The said land being asst-se-d at the date
of the issuance o anch certificate in the
name ofUnkuown. U Tnless 'iidce.-tificate
shall be redeuied .tccor ling to law, tax
deed will issue. tlhereon on Ihe -t2th dl
of August, A. D.. 1906.
Witness my official signature and seal
[L.s ] this the 24th day of July, A D.,
19U6. W.C. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Court,
Washiugton County, Florida.

Notice of Application for Tax
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of
Notice is hereby given that J. A. El-
der, purchaser of Tax Certificates Nos.
110, 111 and 112, dated the 6thday of
'Jum, A, D. 1l04, has filed said certificates
in my office, and has made application
for.tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificates embrace the fol-
I* gdesar .1 rPysituated 'in

acre on south sie of sw of ,wf. and
6 acres in se corner of sel of aw)X, all in
see. St. ap. 3s, r. 14w. The said land
being asssed at the date of the issuance
,,of such cerlifiates in the niame of WUn-
known. Unless said certificates shall.be
redeemed according to law. tax deed will
issue thereon on the 14th day of Septem-
ber A. 196. .
itweas my official signature and sal.
I fL s.J this the 8th day of August,
A. D. 1906.
Clerk Circuit 3ourt,

Notice of Appliheation for Tax Deed
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888
Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that McK.
Campbell, *purchaser of Tax Certificate
No. 146, dated the 6th day of June, A. v.
19041 has Bfiled said certificate in my of-
flee, and has made mipplicalion for tax
deed to issue in accordance with law,
Said certificate embraces the following
describe4 voperty situated in W\ashing-
ton county, Florida, to-wit: b5 acres iu
lot 5,of setion 14, tp 4s, r. 14w; The
said land being assessed at the date of the
issuance f seuh certificate ,n the name
ot Unknown. Unless said, certificate
shall be redeemed aecording to law. tax
deed will issue thereon oe the 23d day of
August, A. 1906.
Witness my official signaturfer and seal
[L. s.] this the llth day of ,Juiy, A. D.
1906. W.C LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Co.urt,
Washington County, tlomida.


,By Joanna SYingle

S Copyright, Wl0N, by E. C. Parcells

Sylvia Mtilne stretched out a gaunt
arm and slammed down the window of
her little dressmaking shop. \
"Looks like spring wanted to git In
here, too," she remarked precariously
through the mouthful of pins which
"she was deftly transferring to the
folds of the gleaming white satin gown
draped on the lovely girl who stood pa-
lunlly-.V i. .tu hu.i LL bh,-' I-");i .u.u-1. .
"I II,.' l- h ,I .1 6 1 oi.-', Is .i l :.ISIiu' ouI t,
and( II- \%% l Jn ..-:'.-!i.- "jj.I t-jo ,).I to
en t. l itr I can't i; it l l..' ..i'i' .lo l
hair into nly' teye, ;tia'i -,atth th._so
folds fl: .In, u'. Y'.,i lii\ c ;1 It o.>.;iptiouii
fit if :,lour w v -ed !u' Udr'.; di ;n't setl
gO.Jo mini 0o ",.;tl.l I. It would d'..
rit(.-e lil'. l'"e PN ,tI l e.,'c 'vowU
Cless ill t.:.!;i ill -1, ,,r hil -.id irs
all exc-.pt Ma[ily Buitler'., \vhiiiv was
city ni:ade. tlhou:hI I don't )'--t sy that
had anything to do with her Ipe/*c di
vorced' i ft year's time." ar'ell-ur

means weny'i
ishin' Nelly De
Annie Paine s
perhaps t'll]
long." Theo
asked what sh8
son-in-law, tho
to John.
"Why, you w
halt blind, hob
Ing up to the
She's handsome
well heeled, tb
economical too
except about
and I kind of
self away. -
coot. Anyhow
leaves John fr
waited long
Well, I got to
I was here."
the old man
a new Idea In
lie and Judes
He grunted ai
Spring pas
and In June
nle and lRich
sweet and gr
at the wedd
was Indispen
in love and d
der If, after
were not
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& - I

S ses. TIm just fin-
and next it will be
what I hear is so,
*our Alice's before
-han squirmed and
eant. He wanted no
he dould not object

At believe it, but that
old Judson is mak-
idow King, they say.
pd young looking' and
t cool in town and
She's good tempered,
hn's marryin' Alice,
to see her throw her-
Judson's a sly old
hope she marries and
He and Alice have
ough-It ain't right
goin'. You tell Alice
be walked off, leaving
a new fear-and with
s head.- That Judson!
had always conflicted.
lit his pipa.
I Into early summer,
Ily and Harry and An-
were married' Alice,
p and dark eyed, sang
S. Her rich soprano
rle. John watched her
lalr and began to won-
Sprudence and caution
t.nes ,vices as well as
e ever be free to


;ear!v a month. tlii it it Uorice
hant the vetoraln seemed to have tai.e.l
* new hold on lii'e. li' moved aho)u
n-ilh an agility that belied h1s years.
'e laughed and jokecd with a /.,st thai
vas surprisiutu', and, abl)ove al,. there.
urked in his lyes a mischievous
'via lde and ,-litt' tlihat the loun;ers
tt the village store had never taken
iote of before. However much the
veonder was, no solution was ever
reachedd by them
The real eatise of this gayety on the
)art of Uncle Abe lay in tile fact that
certainn things had been happening. al
he Braggs'. Only a few evenings be-
:'ore, Mr. Silns Bragg, on arriving
iome in a rather tottery state, stron',ly
Ltdnonished Mrs. Bragg bu-cause she
apparently had not acted according tc
'its instrutions.
"W' 'hr,'s old ,[ y co0 t I.v l l .r!,:.(l
I1 hbe n(' e ', -? No?! 'i li't I -:1:
o)nn-Ce hi,:. \\'Wi t d'v, 111e. 11t 7 -
'o ke'.'i hlilI hi.,'e t, '.tt a ,.-]l,.* ,i t
ousle anl ho:L,.? 1 ,i'l'!'t I tt-ill -1 i,
niake it hot for 'i:,! I 'I' m t, h,:,.1 '
1in, I ni" an I dou.t :' :.t to I., Lin'l>,
-)n uoI o.dy, hut li .-'s do .'- t ;; p thi.
x.v th oft ev'erythinii I g:-t out o' hl.,i
I nlu't goin' to h:iv.'? 'ili no l:m,.ei
Now. ye get rid ot' ln; peit"r tfie lii
out o' him; spill hot ( c .rfoe i0 'in:
D'ye hear me? I say. git rii of 'ic:..
MFiHua g dc!ierctd hin.iMolrt uf tb,.-
igte _.ty, .!rolrkis, \1r. Br;a!X' st't:l





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Surrounding Country.
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Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties

SY4y.: Is it

hi '? Iere lariy ;nd I've bee;_'n&h-
g:,. ,,,l only a y:.,r. and our folks all
like it, a;n,l now\v l-;grandf'ativir leaves
lii, I-i l til.t t mInIeIy. :,eid every.thbI n '.r
lcn'ti ,t.". !,.l',-h., w ith shy il?-.i-
ure to) the r.ots of her beautiful 41.and
!'nir. The withered little spinster diess-
tinnker sir.h,.1. 1Her ouly lo e hadl In
anpe'i" ia:1i-1i_'d another woman nl all l fad
lerni unhlIppy till hi.- et rly det:tlh.
"It's silly not to 1b, as happy alk the
Lord w ;I Irt yon ia,. Nt-ily. I dona' let
myself tpit too old to forg-lt that. You
and I[arry ,*:, :is happy as you can and
be po,)d. T"ear'-ain't that sleeve
swe,-t? ] got to alt this dress of yours
doue thbis w,-.k so's I can git at Annie
I'alne's. Her wedding's un June too. It's
the Lord's owni month for weddln's.
and the-re bad ourlit to 1.e another be-
sides yours and Annie's In this vil-
lage." Nelly's resplendent Image in
the glass niade her ask alsently:
"What other wedding do you mean?"
"John King's and Alice White's."
Nelly considered the fit of her little
girdle before she said carelessly:
"Wby, they've been engaged forever.
Everybody's used to It. I guess they
are themselves, or they'd do something
about It. I know Harry would not
wait that way for me-he--he cares too
Nelly at twenty saw no romance In a
ten years' engagement, but Sylvia
knew that no woman gets used to be-
Ing always engaged and never mar-
ried. Ahe took the last pin from her
mouth and explained:
"It's his mother and her father that
stand in the way. They are selfish old
coots to stand in the way of the chil-
dren's happiness. Even If Alice's fa-
ther bad any one to look after him I
doubt whether Alice. who is the sweet-
eat thing that ever lived, could get
along .with John's mother. She's a
heady 'old picoe if she is smart utd
handsome, and she likes her own way
too well to want a daughter-in-law to
have first place In the house John has
earned and built with his own hands.
His father was no earthly account, and
folks do say all Mrs. King married him
for was to spite Cornelia Jones, who
was dead In love with him and was
never married on that account they
say." Sylvia took the soft satin care-
fully off over the girl's pink, shoulders.
Nelly's sympathy was aroused. As she
dressed she made a laughing proposal.
"Well. something ought to be done,
and it's work for you, Sylvy. You're
always setting things straight for peo-
ple. Why don't the old folks get them-
selves out of the way? Why. they
might get married1-they might marry
each other! You attend to it-you've
done harder things-and I'll help you
.\s the girl steppedl out Into the sun-
]liin(e Iliyvia sank into a chair.
"Shi beats time!" she muttered. "But
It aln't a bad idea. It ain't a half bad
idee. and I wonder at myself for not
tl.hiil:h,' of it "
Meinulute Nelly sauntered toward the
Kuig cottnam-., where. John's mother
was at work among the flower beds.
T'he widow was a tall. slim old lady,
as neit as wax and still handsome In
.1 warlike sort of way, with very black,
-taply ryres. white teeth and thick
grn.y hnar. Nelly stopped and leaned
)*er the fence.
't;c..,'l morning, Mrs. King." The old
ind?* came along, with her trowel, to
milee at the pretty girl. She was ex-
;remely fond of any girl who was en-
:aged or not likely to want her .on
Tohn. Nelly chatted away. 1
"I've been for the last fitting of tmy,
wedding dreas. Sylvy's a gPa. s! h

cap at Alice's father, 'and 1 hope she
gets him, so Alice can come here with
you and John. She would take the
work off your hands, and she's so
sweet! But I'll be rather sorry for Mr.
White. C('ornelia Is such a desperate
old maid and no cook or housekeeper
at all, and he's so good looknlug and
well off that hobe deserves a better wo-
inari to take care of thlungs. Well. men
are queer, andi she certainly must have
been awfully pretty once."
Mrs. King snorted.
"She was never a mite pretty, to my
mind. She sect her cap at John's father
when we were girls, but she didn't get
bim. Oh, mnnmt you go?"
Nelly said goodby and went her way,
seemingly uIJcoh.scious uf the storm of
wrath cljh- awakened iu the widow's
bosom. John's mother knew he would
marry some day lu spite of her, and
she dreaded the day.

Toward evening Sylvia went to see
Alice White, though she knew perfect-
ly well that the girl would be at choir
practice. She lingered a moment on
the porch, where Alice's father sat
smoking. Hle was a straight, blue eyed
old man. Sylvia sat down on the steps
to rest.
"I been awful busy," she remarked.
"Folks will get married, aud th=-
P -- -'-

peered, o left
them to'- en "J hn and Alice
were agn D t the boy and girli
lovers ten *ars ago. They took
twillg walk d long drives unmo-
lete and un tloned and were very

With surprl "ohn began to realize
that his moth no longer nagged him
abouf his en ment nor had fits of
weeping, dur which she declared
that he was g thg to make her a stran-
ger and a de ndent In her own house.
Then one d ening he took courage
and master ily laid before Alice a
plan to brave eprybody. Finally she
yielded, though she dreaded the ex-
planatiou that would have to follow.
Onte soft' September evening John.
with a license in his pocket, drove to
her door and told her father he was
going to takb her for a drive to Lynn-
vllle, ten mies away, anwl that they
would not bf back till evening. The
old man -4waoad to their driving and
said notbi .,In fact, he seemed al-
most anxious tehave Alice go.
Late in the,.evening they returned
man and wift. John tied the horse
and went In have it out with Alice's
father. Bu*-'he old man, strangely
enough, waa ot to be found. They
wanted awh &,,and then John left her
to go tell his other.
When he gone Alice sat, silent,
In the big c -on the porch, happy in
spite of th .iobable trouble John's
mother wou ake, happy in the face
of her fath certain anger. At any
rate,. nothing earth could mako her
anything b bhnu's wife. So she wait-
ed for Job ad wondered where her
father could sslbly be. lu'balf an
hour she -John's quick, eager
footsteps. swung in at- the gate
and almnos 'to take her IV his nrnmr .
He kIssed and'be lannghed-actual-
ly laughed like a boy. Thea he ex-

"He's at
seems they
sence to
How's thai
to my fac,
that we we
what we'd
over here
our home
Then Jo3
just see w
she was
should wev
Sylvia wasi
known the

" Copyright

and his fa
ciplents 0l
Uncle Abrt
age began
his earning
ately less a
began to
getting rlid
man agali
Eke shoui

nnU .A

were all
*tle, and tI
eod to other
the village
ments for
Bragg bo]
square b a
found his,
and bis
proved to
Silas Brag
fidence an
came into
Tncle Abt
the purpol
out now
his proper
live out h
through tW
Mrs. Brs
other meN
days and
about the
gaze after
mark that
might-. fa.

fy house--yourketber. It
took advantage of-our ab-
arry each other, AlIce.
for sly? They braved ime
but they wero, so afraid
Id be angry that they were
,lleved when I told them
Done. They are coming
morrow, dearest, and then
11 be our own."
, being a man, could not
y Alice could declare that
perfectly happy and still
op on his shouldi'r. P.ut
a woman-she would have



jy A. A. Patrick 4
".I06, by P. C. Eart-..ult xt

is past year. S;l.Tr 1'..,
jiy bad 'b en th,: -',. i re
many bei 'f.: cri,.,'-s i" 1.
as the :urden ,a!t l.i
heap Itself up)u hirn an
Lowers became p;r.)lJ.'tiit
.less the aforezai'i t'.ia,:ti -
t der over the p;roble:i i'
P phe decrepit ohil ent i<
ao time when hb! feeb!i-
laake him absolutely" de

as be was cnlle:1. ha '
e ate r soldihr-i ii(b,
aurrendard.' n-

The few "blood
Uncle 'Abe possessed
I Some had dled In bat-
who remained had mov-
iats. After looking about
he finally made arraunge-
board and lodging at the
'tead and. with a small
the only thing he carried.
msclf at that place.
e first years ,'ncle Abe
vironments to bNcongeulal.
ourn, as already stated.
exceedingly profitable to
.who. having won the con-
gratitude of the ex-soldier,
possession of property of
tly It was a great shock to
Fn he learned that It was
of the Braggs to cast him
t they held the title to all
It had been his desire to
day"at this place. He bad
tlmations of their designs
-IcreamIng Irritableness of
g and the unkindness of
bers of the household. For
weeks afterward be moped
Ittie vYlage in a weary anad
.anner. The people would
6Im when he passed and re-
Oxcle Abe was going down

11 K, ll Inot ayrjear 1rfatbe Ijrtnkfa.1
able n-i ho was usually 'loutto) #If
'ir lr~..~.In IvInZ eaten his bel'm'o~ii
agat '.jz uimdoed M I' S. LB:-:1 -g
wLail-e It ivt for 'iin." auLd d lt.
~U1 hourl.-- 'dStill UnleC Al'd.

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<-.: ..0.i t,, 1..? hI .n .-,- '.le" t --
a':, li-rI IIv of the uni' Il
r a. '..I, b .l bhi< h.air ;'r
.','1l0', in'; n. t. t .rn lin'.., ren:al:
..Mrs-. l",i'..." he sal.l. I
-,,:.n r'.-.in n little thin! -n"-
liing old. .\t the best I cm)n'"

a. I *
'I. I

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'"1 --i.~

ye'ir. .fn II don't wV% ;it tto 'a -. I.'I',l
al)h.I'Ut. NI-.-.v. I'll te'l nfl I'..,t I ,,.
i,'winj to do. I'mn :olu to' r- ,t v"
you aD n.l :.. w .. :(. .. '. .
left. WV" en I'mn ,.'- i .'-- : ;.
P'lUl're box in r'; .' :
have. I'm a ut ,p..u- to tell .. : .' .
In it, but 1 I1 .1 ., ': : ; i'.. '. tI'l i
w hat's lI the box I u "'-1 1 :,I \,'- : .-' r :
goo l many thious::rndi."
"'Uncle Al,.'" Irroe lu .-. :** ,-.
"you aret' the kiali '-t i1111 t i,.: ...'
the worlil. "Vl-''. .-u ha i I- ..
as long as y. di i,-e. ... r \.
hao e you .mh ll -:.::re it v,, Y.a"
iar-t near iu'l : - to u-.. I I-..
iu'la w'e don't thr ink u.. ," 'a.. '.
'' thr .t'r W'll : I .. 'liLul- r ino'o
W hy, only thl4 n. 'iti,' 'i i-i ; wi-
pp.- lining to Lue, .a .' : .' t i -','.

;needn.ll't -o)ir". .. t ;ia hr u ..
Th:t **h lenin.: '-h 0 i !;" A ;' -i r,-
tur'ned 1i lot a, a t h' .. -. '.' .'
"W ell, h !< -- 'I .1, t r .. .
"Sh-h-h!" in', .i 'r-. L...j.-.
lioldlirn' up a i L* .. a %11*, 'L ,
wvte t over :1ud 1 wh41 p. :r,.l in l I.l tr.
M r. ,ra;:s .~i[ ,.a',o- nutly ,r.o n,,'.lit,,-lt. d.
for in a few ni.Lit1ti-s Ie c. IL-d olUt:
"Naonr.y. ('I' -,.-C If Uun.'l .\jb.
ued,.i-I a tir.- lt Liv rooi. lIfye hLe.:-
me? I a-nsav c-) il' *, e if 'nl' .Ab.
ne-.ls ~ n fiT '. : i' if If .' '..- li;ilH. it.
Martha Ann. vj r'--l T'i-;,-- Ahe .v!i"hat
he'd like to hi e I |up,.r."r
After the .-.-:'L'.J -ir: Lad l.eeni
patched on an crra nil ti' [Tnicle Ai"e'-.
room Mr. Brnag tu'rncd to his wi;'e anil
said In a )low tonal:
"What ye want to do) is (l.tieot 'ini
right. Let 'lI hat'e h:s an-.y '1 .:t tiny.
*thing. Give 'im everythiri !.-a': r' o I
to eat-pie an' such truaR .It that.
.ppo want 'im gol' off .'-rom hb.'e wng-a-

"'ra of unbrokcn-,. re and quiet :.n I
good living. Iis every wha1',wvas hbt-
mored. lie was petted and waite.1 on
ea.f-'"-'u'.!: Th-re 'avqs no length tJ
which the Braggs would not go to hi,
Uncle Abe at ease. They even fur
nished him with small sums of m':..:'-,
He told them that be had s,,nei munniiy.
but did not wish to lire:ik a lil.l. S'
Ing that they woplid get all Lh!, Iills iir
time to come they wr-e n-)t re.lustt: nit
to humor him in this, as al-'o they didl
In many other thing-. Indce.ed If nny
thing were refused Unle Abe Ihe wo',1;6l
begin to make preparations whlichi, th
startled Bracig family t -,uzht. wiv.-.,
- ten= thit he nieant ito ror'm-" bin.'-'
anJ 6eT square ISo 'to 'raorc nettr1': 7
This would never do. of course. anut
after a sound rating from nSilns they
would again be whipped into the line
of obedience and homage to the ex-
In the course of time. as was natural,
Uncle Alie died, and Mr. Bragg. in a
last splendlid burst of generosity, gave
him a fitting burial. When the sad
i'ltes were over Mr. Bragg hastened to
return home.
Foil')wedr by Mrs. Bragg and Nancy
Brap' and Martha Ann Bragg. he un-
lo'-kl a certain room, unlocked a cor-
tinlI trilk anrid unlocked a certain box.
nnda-a ,ryT of joy died half uttered Ip
Sl th,-ait. He got unton his feet and


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This, tIhe latest ail aino.st compete
Hand i'!ow for working plants in the garden. Te
ssell-nldjustable; the weight the block to
which the blade is attached keeps it in the'
ground, and the depth of plowing sla regulated.
b.\ lifting the handles. A boy or girl of tea "
y., vs 'tan handle it with perfect ease. It has a
24-iui,.h ,el.li wliel, the height of which makes.
the plow light of draft. It has five blades: I 1
a (in.-nii,. mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweepor weeding
halide, 4 a bull-tontie, 5 a rake. Wronte.
'-ith (, .'h plow.
We have made arrangements by
w"nilih *e van furni-sh this plow 't
f. ithe actor price, *:r.75, with


S t s R n S y 11111P t~ot tu oh~immk i''ho pllowt, deIive-rod
Iv..' ButS tl~* Ijity iii t~o do bt[,,itr Itati this ,iar-i "ill !c.rd lthe lo
i --, \ ca1 r 111i~i-I f mI.-h 4111t.l. '~ com'tt' et at t ic atory for $4.rE)i
Pin 'ha~q rto' pIV frei-,I t.
Th e 1)1,%%m:v h e se..en in oppra: ion at IF(, d itor'!rc!.Ideriee at? nm'% tim
t lidcr fromI!,,- be RoY irat

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Ft a K A .. H -1 -4 -1 I ,r...it '.. I~ksn wil aus
.."a Fa.,I a. SO I ,I ard ,,.. r~e, ~ro~
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At Dr. Mitchell's rug ,Stre.
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North tarojlna WthIllkcY we IselI 10good-there sue0 bapI
1- viehi e ;c.,-ulan'Lad l a a knew how te B.too
honeafl 51-).'E mahj,,key t,lk-1 aren a d orMj~lb(.2a beuJnmr and
wlalu-z'Va. t%%d0 Itrast; pon uln-& IWbIi si 1WidV-aFLaw i than
al Iuuljoym It miaden the mou aavis or
'WiLu.a r m.ai. in ID(ril-aty ecirrEEiwJ `ag, It wes ra do b
pe e 1. .UL i,'%ri t-rmk, I lt (it
Ii YEAR OLD I)a;~bae ltla
of[L ~ E aha.a'y I I Ii E.I I-nj a-'.u.. ra ti.To ni luce haifEold,
1"n, t ;,%ni-e. m,'-, offer at rFtiua 1un oio' 14.usper's I I
t i-ar(i d" tVa- .aatl I't .r.aa.I.one is mer oid -aIIIiWe
,alaila I;I aalIaaat,tal ia,1mes14 er- i if -r .t95. 1II S. a90 isiI 0' w
I.IIt -J aI.-bL, L a r.i p O a.) *Cin I"!:.. (I.,,.Full t1nurt Extra.
-'a 0 t a'I .a .ir -[fl rt 13. i I, .. r 'ta i -11 Do S fit]fidF lle-
b r L1 '..ia. (io-o In,: .%;:k i cc 'I I-'-Ela a. 4 110d dehaiilaa)Utior-rd.
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Noani CAROLINA PEOPLE !)5! Cnar-pear Illdrt. WI t I6.141N -C- At FIt N. C. .

lilaR'd the (.a:t J i-'n c .... |
then clnised till th,, very walls of the
hbuii ii Tr'otIeIlid. Nelighbors heni'd
th .shrill v',l'. of Mrs. BI'9g and the
dcp er iv.-a of S.il.is and wondered
what the tyumhle c'roild he.
The .I'x 'a'.i full o0' Confederatle bills
On t)p o)f the i lay n little note. which
renf .:
"I thini'-I al'.'va'.-1 did think-thiF
money o 1ht to lie worth a good-many
tlotua-,DIl dolla.-s. lhnt It i not."

'i'i"h Ofnice flffiH 4-e<.
.. < .; k :.I ... 'l i;I. ; ',,aii.tl s9 w as
. y I.-. '. h a ili u of

-.1 In t'c n.'a:ug '.Lit,' :trle t.a nd clearing
^ M^K~^.. ..JL, .< ^tad^^ w

.. ;.." i k I' '. \"hl:I f tio ilain Is
l i: a ; *h- i .jia .-I.'.'... hbA t:e i'tsk
4. .n1 I'i. ri" 1. tti.i.' oi'ati e to a g.'eai

't \7; .: ','a "" ,',r .

'Welcome Trouble.
Alss New;'tt-. IMy's in trouble. She's
h''1 p:'q.'p'- .anl fI.imt M two men and can't
choos,- between t'bjpi. Miss Passay--
Heauvens! ALd dotes she call that trout

A spot i. most .een on the finest
elotai.-German Proverb.

Frteeid,;ijip of nools.
The 1r-;t time I reiad an excellent
book it 14 to ; .* In t .n1 If I bl|ld g.-inf
t new frlt-ud; v.-in I r .-d >over a bool
( h;:'ae p,,'r'vi-ed ib'-ore it re-emolblet tIh
neetiI, ith Li olil oue.-Oliver G ):d

In Gr(cr:.t;.nd tihe e:n1la-f.h is ht eli
UBs a lamp. It is :il.tlt -;x ;uches Io-LU
and burns for fifteen minutes..
S-ia 'P' 1" | 'i ': '! l,.
Sho b .- .e 1 i .a ',, r .' hi b a-.1 t
top him i t-t 0.11 1' 1 :i. fetl t ) le tr:.um
tIled nipon i_1v iain. Init o' 0of hi-i sidt
to be eiualn] it i Lirm. n.ia.er his arm t'..
Lbe prote,-red I :a l1 i-anr hi:s heart to be
0ov0d.-Mjttlt ,w Heury.

kai. II.' 3 uf ''dsm.u i. Int u ill% 4. ap."
1.11' .aI ~ a'A ~ 111 f.,- 1-n g

r 1I ~ i'.it t h 1 .da"
1;'I uiCl' ....U ~.-aiivti:ctI people
-i.a~iig a ii *"-Clliitot)hle heafl--
i. r r,-' r ci nutity slan i. In th

ei id lik cot- uo in a featherless cou-
HII k)) . l-llI Ae I won his 'plitunes Eas h1
.ia, won mm k spuz-:3. In a watniuncript
vvltii':u We','icekrd liansard in 1508
,nd Ii .'.IIa.ui;.I i t',e Britlsh
ki 1".--i'I; elitfajuica11an auclerat Ik~iw
zarii vutolsi, that or al~owilng,*nb:' *-
WLL'I P) 'tn'a fe utl~wr In TI MsCar) i'10-a1

o a(d a 'enth-'r to their h ass.co-
Tection "every time the clalmanta ou'ia
)rove ?hit he had succored a itprnYi[ i'
iumi:.i'rinn or had killed an ablelboied "
TrmIlt or oth"r M.oqlem." These old .cus-
romi are n .w obsolete, but It is inter- .
-?till" to kni1,w that there were once
-uclh lnws ln .0:1 the statute books of
nations thouwhlit to be civilized.

Don't think a man great just be*
cause he looks so. Seven dollars In
small bills look bigger than a "fifty."--

If people could only find money aa
easily as they find fault we should be
wmllilonaires iu a short time.
The Common Miautake.
"BliggiDs says that when he went to
school he was one of the brightest boys
In his class."
"Yes," answered the sporting man;i
"that's where so many of us fall down
-getting out of our class."-Washling.,
ton Star.
Stealing In Either Case.
There is not lnu1ch difference In the
guilt of the man i w,)hokills time" when
his enpl),.yer is ;-l,-ent and the man
who st.aJL a dollar from the cash draw.
er.-Plttsburug Ubservl-t.

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