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 30, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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ST. ANDREW, FLA,,


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G. 30, 10(;. NO. 24.

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.' OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.

B. Senator-1st district, S. R. Mal-
to ty, Pensacola; 2d District, J. P.
kS'talitefero, Jacksonville.'
.bwrwesentatives-1st Distreti, S. M.
1.'1trnran, Tampa; 2d District.
W.nk Ulark, Lake City; 3d District,
.B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
I na ffiece-Register, W. G. Robln-
i tcelver, H. S. Chubb, Gaines-
oernor, N. B. Broward; See-
IL Orawford, Treasurer,
Knrtt .Attorney-General, W.
is; comptroller, A. J. Croom;
'rIte~adent of PubUc Instruc-
., Holloway; Commisaloa-
iticUite, B. E. McLABn.
S., W. Crark, Blounts-
.-: ~-.. : -- '


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
AT ST. ANDREW, FLA.
One Dollar a Year in Advance.

Entered Sept 3. 191i at St. Andrew,
Fla., as second class matter, under
Act ot Congrass of March 3, 189.


WILLIAM A. EMMONS,
PROPRI ETOR-

Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
month. Position and extraordinary
condition rates subject to special
agreement.
"Local Drift,"5c per line, first inser-
tiont 24c each subsequent. Display
Sltoealadouble above rates.


road rates ball be regulated with
laiiuess to both railroads and ship-
peis. The state iailruad couminibsioi
has reduced grain iater one cent a
bu lcl. The reduc:iuon is not so
great, dnt it shows that r'ites can be
reduced lhei#nreasonable.

Wild enthusiasm never did nor
never will elect a president nor any
great official--votes count. A calm,
deliberate consideration of the liossi-
bilities of the election of a "favorite
son," is worth more than all the en-
thnsiasim that ever made men hoarse


tlhougir shouting.


-~or pl c rLh I 1'iorid cotiuPuive f "


V. Ta Assessor, J. W. owen,
ea;, County Superintendent, B.
r I Wausau; Sprveyor, Those,
Cll Vernon; County Commls-
loes, B. Swindle, Vernon; A.
S L. Harrill, Chipley; J. M. Porter,
P eonfina; J. H. Wesley, Point Wash-
ington; Elton. Singleton, Nixon.
-it Andrews-Jostice of the Peace,
John Sttirrock; Notaries, W. A. Em-
mona, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk,
'- -Circuit Court, W. A. Emmons;
School, Directors, G. W. Surber, Sr.,
P. 1k. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis-
trees, Zadie H. Ware.
Pan'ama City-Postmaster, Taylor
Poston,
Millvlle-Postmnster, Henry Bovis
Constable, J. H. Daffin,
Parker-Posttmaster and Notary Public.
W. H. Parker.
=a ay-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
Sauunders--Postmaster, R. Peters.
1_. Allanton-Postmaster, Andrew Allan.
&a nderson-Postulaster, S. W. Ander-
so.-1
West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
,i-..ua-PostmistLvss, Mrs. R. Gay.
ST.rnopkl Bs-Postm asr., Emery Tomp-
kin .
Baybbad-Postmaster, O. C. TompKins.
iook-Postmaster, J. J. Fowler.
Wetappo--Post mistress, Mrs. Dyer.
SMauree-Postmaster, James M. Murfee.

'alhoun Oounty Cromanton-Postmas.
t'- e Nora Hosklns.
Armndale--Postmiaster, W. F. Wood-

STHE MAILS. '
1 B hera mruils, via, Auderson,
sy, Boy Head and Chipley departs
*iay day except Sunday at S:00
a, m., arrives every day ex-
[S u daj at 7:15 p. m.
Sfor o lvie,
.if'jrker, Pittsburg, Cook, I
vWetappo leaves St. i
. ;+mr... '. t


h'Wyiig ave. front-
Par Lt .Servides at. 11 a. m. Kand
; Sunday School every Surn
hat 10 a. m. Rev. C. L. Joyner,

".fltaodt Episcopal-Church Wasri-
l i.top ave. and Chestnut st Sunday
a'.zooi 91:80 a. m. every Sunday.
ev. J. M.Conivay, parlor.
ireabyterian-Church corner Loraine
SAe. and Drake St, Rev. 0. C. Dol-
_ply, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a i m. every Sunday, John Stur-,
: ock, Supt.
H' Cathole-Church corner Wyoming
Ave. and Foster St.

Parker Lodge No. 142
^. & ,, .A.N..V-
Regular (CoInInuiii-
A* nations on lhe first
and third Saturlay
Sin each month.
Visiting Brothers'
FRATERNALLY INVITED.
W. H. PARKER, W. hi.
W.A. OA.EuoNsSecretarv

BUSINESS DIRECTORi.

W. A. EMMONS,
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notary
-PublUc for the State at Large; has
SjJurisdiction to administer oaths, Lake
M' affidavits, legalize acknowledg-
S eota, etc., anywhere In Florida.
.1_ ecial attention given to land con-
veyances and marriage ceremony per-
formed for lawfully qualified parties.
1 O'-. Office at the Buoy Office, St. Andrews

4..f3,NNEY, ,
torney at Law, Vernon,,fla.
.-. . BRAKE,
S oeo at Store. corner of Loraine ave-
anu and Cincinnati st, All Notarial
work.aliclted .and given prompt at-
e- tesutlon.
A. E. REG iSTER,
j'q _,Nbtary Public for the State of Florida
at, Lqrg6. Attends to all mittters
S nert'i"ing To Notarial work. Ofice
Jg. Tt .-hompson'a store, Bay front,
and Washington ave., St. Andrew,
Fla. ,_
S- "E.W. G. MITCHELL.
hyslcla nd Druggist, Commerce St.,
east oft3ayvie'v, offers his profes-
sional sWavices to the citizens of St.
Andrews had vicinity. Residence on
Huena Vista avenue.
DR. J. J. KESTER,
.tumoeopathic Physician and Accou-
'heur. Office Pioneer Drug Store,

W. H. PARKER,
*.,ary Pulile for the State of Flor-
da at Large. Office at Parker, Fla.
Coinveyancing and payment of Laxae
S "or anon-residents.- specialties.

More Important.
Nell-May doesn't seem so quick to
deny her age now as she used to be.
S Bell-No. She's got very stout lately.
Nell-What has that got to do with
It? Bell-It takes all her time riow to
deny her weight.-Philadelphila Ledger..


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eitraiw.umb A-wilt lbe mat
you that no break may occur should
you choose to renew.

DEMOCRATIC TICKET.

Election, Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1906.
For Member of Congress, 3d District.
'W. B. LAMAR, of Jefferson.
For Justices of the Supreme Court,
CHAS B. PARKHILL,
of Eocambia.
JAS. B. WHITFIELD, of Leon.
For State Reprcs.-ntativu.
VW. B. LASSITTER.
For Tax As-essor,
J. J. WILLIAMS.
For Tax Collector,
W. 1. GAINER.
For Treasurer,
H. B. TILLER.
For County Commissioner, -
First Dist-J. A. McDONALD.
:2d Dist-A. L. HARRELL
3d Dist,-S. L. DAVIS.-
4th Dist,-P. N. HUTCHISON.
5th Dist,.-W. I. SINGLETARY.
For Member School Board,
First Dist.-J. H NELSON.
2d Dist.-G. B. BUSH.
3d Dist.-S. J. GAINER.


A CHICAGO CLOLONY
MEMBER MAKES
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
CmicAuo, Aug. 17, 1906.
The Bully, St. Andiew. F'la.: "This
paragrajlhi checked with a blue pen-.
cil is a' reminder that vnj suibse:iip.
Lion has X pleedl."-St. A i.drews Butoy
Thie alove legend makes its ap-
ieai si'e tint each isanue ol the Buoy inl
the ii'-t noticeeable p,.,itlion of the
Dret *n e: .'Fri' yi y-twirr weeks -ins
t stal-di mite in lile I ce. but each
week i.uimin it pltotleps. with no signal
o' it, n-oving the *'hines"; but for the
ast itve IF.leteI loi, aind behold! it has
e., e I, *; eveln the address is scrawl-
in with blue pencil-a "reminder"
thi-t I have had mty amionv's worth,
and that ii I deire to continue ea-
ioving the Irunit of thie piniters' iuk I
atunt produce thie oil thlit keeps tlhe
iachiney moving. Fully realizing
that the didllar invested in the "'oil"
a year ago uwa a good investment


I. In


,
iik Ta a ;w0f1Ma Wt ftWto lWFF
that Hillhborongh, county will not
premnete for the prizes offered. Hillt-
borough, however, will be represent-
ad by a magnificent exhibit; but as it
is the home contltv of the Fair anmd,
owing to T'anmpa being the scene of
the Fair, it can easily win points onil
indukitrial anid eI uciationtal exhiibits,
which puts the other cukities at a
disadvantage. Iillbtroigh with-
1draws from the ii e. Hillhbuiough
county exl-oets to get her reward
from advertising lhe i esouice. to the
thousand oof heini-seekers attending
thlie fair, and for thi benefit if adver-
tising, even if $15,000 were not
offered in preminitnis, evemi county in
the btate should be irepieeiited.

When vont come to think how
Inch it cobts to live in these piping
times ol taiiff protected irusts, tnere
should be no wonder that ortlinary
republicans, who are not favored pap-
uicking govcrnmciat official., 1houild
be "rather slow" at contributing to
thlie canmpl'gn fund that in to be used
to elect another btaudpat cungreas.

It does seent rather ngi aciotus to
charge Sir Thu'luiit Liptoni a dollar
tariif tax oni a gold cup lie has pre-
seintedl to th,, New Vik Yt as a 1,riza f'r the ynchlts to race for.

Acc.i iling.o i e 1 taliticians tlhe
S l "" t'im-': e.'-" .". ,- ,' .,_
iIinmatorrtiM aie certlifi to win 1't7-f
congrieshionia districts that are now
represented by republicans and liave
more thui an even chance of captur-
ing the other 20 disiicts niecessaty
for a nmtjiity. If those indlipeittndt
and republican voters, who want the
trtult fosteiing tariff revised, vote ah.
they talk, the atandpaters will lanid-
ly have a leg to stand on.

STANDARD OIL HOCUS POCUS.
The Stanimaild Oil coil.aisy hass
been indicted Ior violIatin- hi law


andl thankful tiat, by investing.an. prolhibiLing ielae; buti n i, individual


ot hl'r ,olIdr I -hmall be able to oanjov
fir anelither filly-two weels thlie pleas-
mo ,I leadlilig abntiI "hie progre's of'
SL. Amidrew inn the piumperity that alf-


I-, to be pumisihedi, '1 Io crpoiatijnm
may be fiiied a few Ihutisanm dollars,
an I the price of ,il put up a cent
or two uon the gallon. Llhat'a all.


ler i.ean year, ,of waiting ia ki:cking T'he people will pay the bill.s. II tlie


ar her dooru 1 clheei fully produce tlie
niPC-ai vy, and m naish for St. Andiew


meno guilty of the nineteen separate
offense charged in the indictment


and her people, a greater prospetit) wMle prosecuted aud sent to jail as
ihait they at any time cutild have inm- they should be, thu people uyoind have


agined.


lesb to pay, and less cause to com-


Tlie St. Audiewv colony here in plain of lavoritimni in I 'te administra-


Chicago is ini good shape. It is with
pleasuie that they received their Mi-
kado. J. D, (uffiaan home again,
from his perilous labor of building


ionl ofjistice, II there were a demo-
cratic president, thie Criminals would


soon be Nsevinig th


onlitty ini


a rped uniforms, a,,'l thore would be


depots and printing offices last win- i

ter. By building the doors first, atd ciali-


propaganda. 'What do n:.o-


then the structure, he was wiser than nopolists caie ior fines, when they


we thought, so that our anxiety was
nieedless.
Mr. Peck and. family have moved
to-,LararMge,:'- 'tsu "tibdt eight
miles court, having bought them a fine
home there atd in houor of Mr.
Peck's 'steenth birthday, Jnly 28,
the Coflmans and Stiles's were invit.
ed ont and bpent a fery pleasant af-


can recoup the iboaey so paid by in-
creaaiLg the price of their products?
The whole proceeding at Chicago is
ouly a .ni Lnb 'h'
pocls.

Wheat is tell cents a bushel lower
in pmice than last year, althllmigl il is
still protected by h'lie tariff rate of 25
cA.ints a bnihel. ''le I p ice of all tlie


aiternoonu and evening, bhiug moit faimers are bring is however at the


.u ini u nousl y entertained.
For fear that you may be misled
as to the ages of Mr. Peck and Mr.
Coffman, knowing that a year sgo
the same month, (Jnlv) Mr. Coffmnan
had a birthday party, you tuibht
think their ages alike, will say that
thle age of Mr. Cuff'iani t thile same
as Mr. Puck, and IHEN seuMEE.
They join me in wishing the Buoy
and St. Andrew the very beat of suc-
cess in tIhe prosperity that is opening
up before them.
Yours respectfully,
J. S. STILES.

Governor LaFollette has accorm-
plished results in WVisconsin, through
his persistent determination that rail-


top notIchl and in fact the police of
all trust produetils protected by the
tariff, is higher this year than last.
Puzzle: Why do some farmers mup-
port the republican tariff-trust policy
that l,!unders them?

'There would never have been any
tiust magnates, if republican laws
had not fostered them. Therefore
change tie laws instead of standing
pat as the republicans declare is
their intention. The is,tne ix so plain
that "way-faring nman though a fol
cannot err thereint".

Marriage Superstitions.
Among the agricultural laborers in
England neither father nor mother of
the bride and bridleroom go with them
to church. ''he l)ridesmaid aud guouiii -.-


man should be an ongki
whose marriage Is fixed.,.
ding party does not coAi
of the guests will die will
The wedding party should
church when the clock is-s1
the bride should not enter
own house after the marry
unlucky to address the briK
ceremony by her maiden
Moore's "Life of Byron". -
that on the morning of hli
marriage, when about to _
ron said to the bride, ."MI'
are you ready?" a mistake:
lady's' confidential attp4
nounced to be a baJ oseno,.


| 'h Mss !


Copyrigh, 100, tb
* v/vv\/vvIVV .
The night operatotiat BIl
had been crying. JAb Daly,
turn old track wallr, saw
half an eye-which as all
reacted toward the sax-whe
In for the coal sett tle
Taxing his imagluitUlon for
Job surmised that qboda we
her father was lat up agalh
crippl-id back, a nrbmeto of
landslide, which hhad defied
to tick off a warntig to othel.
matter of fact the ~rl's tears '
filial ones. but pealtned to theb
ery that the you, engineer o
was no ordinary steat-of-the-b
ning man, but a cbap of very d
caliber-in short, Nson of the fli
president, with a penchant ftor
cal knowledge concerning his_
road.
True, Dave maintained that.
is not accountable for his fath
had blustered reassuringly when
wormed out of himt the admilssi
his sire had showe a tendency
hot box when told Pf their matrf
plans.
"Dad needn't b so doggone
ieal," grumbled Dade, blissfullyd6
ing a cinder smud e near Rhoda'
mouth. "He's setl fade, every-
hifm; began nt r)t bottom fort)
ago. Ile isn't san',ihlh eil'!eri
ways. Are's oftei t-.i-l r.e t
named for an old luddiy' of
one he thout ht tid world of ani
give a lot to flni'l.
Notwithstanding the vice pr
magnanimity toward th meme
whilom "buddy," Rhoda lt.'
humble self as a a

him, particularly since Dave
light beartedly that the act 'a
him to an engineer's life In
nest. She was a girl with a c
and that unfeeling mentor rep t
that she ought not to wreek,
er's career. Therefore Rhoda
going a little heart grave that
Bleaker's Lift and trying to w6
Dave Into It.
Old Job In his wordless aB
had filled up her coal stove so
ously at 10 o'clock and again .i
Rhoda was driven to the open.
a breath of the keen mount
late November. -The blhck n
ed only a few sickly stars
tall pines and Job Daly'sf.
swinging along the winding.i
ward his own shanty. Budd-
one friendly twinkle amid theb
lurched sideways and went
"Job," called Rhoda co
"Job, did you fall?" '


There was no answer, an,
turned resolutely within the 4
bad lighted another lantern
reaching for a wrap whei
sounds made her wheel quid
burly, evil looking men 1A
doorway. 4
Rhoda stepped across to
her eyes seeklnz the old fash
tograph hanging above It as"
appe-al to a crucifix. It wat
neis of her father, whom sii
and she was taking couan
now and also thankling1?
was shLe on duty that night
him. Then she coolly fa'
truders, her haok to the tn
hand creeping out stealthil.
"Drop that, curse yon!"
of the men. "You'll fiuge
when I tell you' to and"
See?",
lt. ,gWth# test.,y
Sidd -. el
"Now you'll wire the ,
Rumford." the follow corw
lolling a shining barrel m
thatt there's a rock or a
n tree-on the track, and t
have to take the siding.
old guy is hurt and the-
throw the switch thcmselvy
eyed his voice. speaking t
"Thnt'll give us time to fix
and get aboard?"
Elis accomplices nodded.
"Now hump yourself, girl
Telegraph Bill. is next to
dash lingo, so you can't
you'll do the job up proper-
all day with you." A me+
emilhaeized the threat. .
Rhoda glanced slowly abed
cle of dark. sinister facea
last to Telegraph Bill. she saE
man wV. listening intellig
message passing over the w
knew tl.e leader had spM
They were not to be fooled.
An ashon pallor overspread
<'he reached hositattLnglyf 1f,
!Ior fingers stiffened on it tl
I :d Jerkily the Instrument.
ti.,k. At the tirst sound Tele
lo.> l t . nn.I their eyes he.1
or Uf'.r n i-t:riiit, tLr. l thle
*.-.jtr.n l t,'-.l i. .:-r. y. *iu.l


down. Even a train robber may not
- relish seeing a loyal hearted woman
: compelled to betray her post.
Tick, tick, tick, sped the message,
. while Rhoda gazed fascinatedly at the
one man who understood it. When she
bad finished their eyes met again, but
hs spoke only a bold admiration before
which RhoJa's lashes sank.
After cutting the wires the men filed
but' engaged in muttered colloquy.I
Rhoda flung herself down, her head
upon her arms. Then. at the thought of
^ all that might yet be, she drew a bright
little revolver from the drawer and
held It tremblingly. A muffled step and
-Telegraph Bill stood before her, glane-
SJug back apprehensively, as If to see'If
it.We 'watched.
gierl'o wepon flashed aimlessly.,
a .iar Iimprecation the. mar
bhi, temple striking
i.ip..t.l the.


Lift
taci-
with
di-
Came
Iug.
use.
,a use
tb his
B last
order
As n
rP not
iscov-
No. 7
Bt run-
Werent
vice
racti-
ttier's

man
r and
Iboda
A that
to a
ntlal

-;crlt-
it-
pink
ch of
ears
IrFa

gome
would


ith-

for
of
tbhow-
Sthe
Intern
th to-
,I this
ekness

nedly.

e girl
, She
I was
usual
Five
d the


Stable.
d pho-
Smight
l te-
Iolized.
pf him
that It
ad of
fte In-
ad one
hd her.
led one
1.W'ker
A re.





1. lop r
' head,
n;LiL:e it
;i'ss 'll
Em the
a ve to
Ie low-
others.
igineer


Is man,
ot and
ib, and
It'll be
0 click

the cir-
tomlng
hat the
F to a
had she
truly.

r face.
W key.
ilingly,
gan to
ph Bill
ch oth
5 brow
.lo0'; eL.


| 'O4.I woiunds and he lay white and
ot-fbniesa where he-had fallen.
Itn Rhoda's ears was a running re-
wrberatlon. She thought it was her
*k-n heart till the deck lights of a
fright whizzed past and then she knew
v y the report of her shot had not
brought the other men back. She
cr-uched In her chair, hiding her eyes
fnrm that rigid, white faced object with
Its,oozing blood. The wonted compan-
ior hip of the sounder was gone and
the ouruful sighing of the pine trees
wlI ut seemed a ghostly requiem for
s!aii hope.
After many hours, she thought, there
camr,a locomotive'l sharp cry, waking
the mountain echoes; theu the nearer
rollln: thunder of a tralu. She heard
the bake sloes grinud upon the wheel,
and then oblivion enfolded her, unipeue-
tratet by the hubhub of shouts and
firing which followed.
Wh t she knew next was that rPave
bent >ver her, pressIng her drooping
head against the breast of his sooty
font. The room was full of men.
soiue of them bound and gagged.
Amor those latter was Job. for ouce
more silent than even he enjoyed.
thou,. he spol:e no word when some
one i sed him.
A statelyy oldl gentleman .emerged
from jthe background and. crossing
over, watched the engineer's sleeve.
The y ung man lifted his eyes,. a ten-
der, a ring light still filling them.
"Farier!" he exclaimed. "What in
the n. te of all"-
The )d gentleman smiled quizzically
"I hbd a fancy to see bow y)u ran
P.n engine, Dave, and I got right into
it. Hfy, boy?"
At that moment a commotion arose
from tLe rutffan in the corner. Rais-
.nug blinself on one elbow hq ; stared
sunidlJly about, thena lifted a-. ndleJve

' 554.-J11 e 1 E9 yo erbe.
aiff'thl"y," to serve me like this after
I'd saved you from the gang. They'd
have slung you a through ticket If I'd
blowed your message, and you know
It, too, you-you-bully little devil hen!
I was going tq help you make a sneak
if you hadn't plugged me. but"-
A groan and a collapse ended the
sentence.
Rboda sprang forward, remorsefully
wringing her hands. Dave's gaze went
with her devouringly.
The vice president looked from one
to the other.. Then he adjusted hi- Qye-
glasses and pir-ked up the yellow tele-
grm slip which the division superinu-
tendent had just laid down. He read:
"Dauger i.t H. Robbers waiting for
train No. 7. Don't stop. for God's
sake."
The official smiled aizain, this time a
little uancertin:iy. Elging closer to his
on hbe laid a gentle hand upon his
'-houlId or.
"I.ad." bh said repiroachfully, point-
In- to the -Ilille old photograph above
tl t! "'vbhy didn't you tell me long
IQ th.it she wa I1ave Brody's girl?
n'ur, Iy yo:a knew that he was my old
)u. ..


T: e clo-r of vnter.
". I..-u i.'it.-,th n .-:,i *:ntIic m en
r i. i ,.. i j. th;t w ,t.-'- pIhysic:il-
I *' . i i .i s I.- sky l.in-. This
J .... t J . -hy thei w jite IIlht
.r ....I: '..% .u.-'e.l by thtj w water
1 '. ."'l-r.. o:' o u L. : oiLjoioi the
!i. lue., of which woul bh- little
,*.. -. It i 4 ut (due to the (hbet-nical pu-
,"- of t'.i wa'er, since tbh. s.:i, which
Stl: 'i,w- t water, is also that which
:,itai's (Le mUJost saLlt. Nevertheless,
cc r.'i- ; to Forel'-i exporihuieut, the
nr-tt'r !.i solution should be the pre-
'.,aimlant cause of the modiicatlon of
or,,upol which, act besides the mat-
., pfc the bot--
i t e ion *of the sky and
f lbe banks. Consequently blue water
4 pretty rareo l nature. A good many
-.s and lhtl:es that give us the impres-
lo;i orf this tint are green. The water
t I'refent acknowledged to be the
,luest Is that of the Sargasso sea, be-
ineei t(he Cape Verde islands and the
\ntilles. The water of the Mediterra-
.ie.na of the French coast and around
''nprl is btluer than that of Lake Le-
.-nan. much less blue Itself than that of
the lakes of Kandersteg and Arolla, In
Switzerland.--Paris L'Ililustratlon.t

Condemned to Saavery.
Two hundred years ago, when men
and women were condemned to death
for trivial offenses, it was the custom
In Scotland to commute the death sen-
tence into perpetual servitude to spect-
fled masters. In other words, the con-
demned person became a slave. It
was further ordained that he should
wear a metal collar round his neck re-
cording his sentence and punishment.
The Society of Scottish Antiquaries
owns one of these collars, fished out
of the Forth above Alloa. It Is brass,
with this inscription: "Alexander Stew-
art, found guilty of death for theft at
Perth. 5th December, 1701, and gifted
by the Jilsticlars as a perpetual serv-
ant to Sir John Aresken of Alva."-
S'olleclors' Magazine.


BUSINESS DERELICTi.
The Army of MUen Who "HndN Money,
but Lost It."
A prominent Ne. Yuil' lawyer of
wide experi,.uce s al thn l t in lii.s .,:in:-
iou ninety-niue out of every. li::ir..ir
of those who make lu-oiy or itinherit it
lose it sooluer or later.
How ui:tuy thou.s.iun:s of ,n,., hou-
mst mun and womUe. there ure ill thiss
country who have worked very hard
.uiid made )01 sorts of sacri'ite-.s o;
o-omfort and luxury in order to lay up
something lor the future and y4et I LVe
reached middle life or later wil'aoni
having anything to show for it, ruany
of them. indeed, finding themselves
without a home or any probaiillty" of
getting oue, wilbhott propertyy cent
of money laid by for Sicknes jr the
tueritable emergency or for their d(e-
clining years!
- -th ,erd 'e,, .,f q .t>i '

pence of mind, your seli respect, ybin
qelf confidence, whatever else you do
do -,at iielect a good, solid buiaine.ss
traluiiig and get it as early in life as
pos.-i:;le. It will save you from many
. fall, from ia thousf:: I eminlarrass-
rueuts and perhaps fr,.u iL.. umillia-
tiou of l.n.- compelled to face, your
wife and children and confess fiat
you have been a failure. It may save
:.ou troin the mortification of having
o0 nil'.e from a good. home to a poor
.lie. of seein, your property slip out
.If y.ur hiInls and of having to ae-
knowuledle your weakness and your lack
..f t'Ar -.ilit :Li1 thoughtfulnessor your
hei: inun ti !i duplle of sharpers.
Many inu'i wvho once had good stores
of thLir own are working as clerks,
floorw.ilkers or superintendents of de-
partnen-I:t 'n other people's stores just
because they risked and lost every-
thing in some venture. As they now
bave others depending on them, they
do not dare to take the risks which
they took la young manhood, and so
they struggle along in mediocre posi-
tions, still mocked with ambitious
which they have no chance to gratify.
Thousands of people who were once
in easy circumstances are living In
poverty and wretchedness today be-
cause they failed to put an understand-
ing or an agreement In writing or to do
business in a business way. Families
have been turned out of house and
home penniless because they trusted to
a relative or a friend to "do what was
right" by them.without making a hard
and fast, practical business arrauge-
ment with him.
It does not matter how honest peo-
ple are. They forget, and It is so easy
for misunderstandings to arise that It
is never safe to leave anything of im-
portauce to a mere oral statement.'"Re-
4ime it t b .ws btu1t g


time to formulate th< ac
act terms. This will often. save lu11-'
suits, bitterness and alienations. How
many friendships have been broken by
not putting understandings In writing.
Thousands of cases are In the courts
today because agreements were not
put In writing. A large part of law-
yers' incomes is derived from the same
source.
Business talent Is as rare as a talent
for mathematics. We find boys and
girls turned out of school and college
full of theories and of all sorts of
knowledge or smatterings of knowl-
elge, but without the ability to protect
themselves from human thieves who
are trying to get something for noth-
ing. No girl or boy should be allowed
to graduate, especially from any of the
higher institutions, without being well
grounded in practical business meth-
odq. Parents who send their children
out in life without seeing that they are
well ver-ed in ordinary business prin-
elples do them an incalculable injustice.
-Success.

THE ELEPHANT.

lie I! Goodl Natured, Docile. Obedient
and iions Sutferlnwr.


'"llie eli-phaitt Is the best natured
:Iast In all wild creation." said a cir-
cii-. man. '"Most people have an idea
that the big hbea-t is npt to go wrong
any time and make iall kinds of trouble
for everybody. Now, as ia matter of
fact, I have never but once seen a
freak of this kind. Then the result
was directly due to the intolerable
abuse of flat headed grooms. It seems
to me that If some one was putting a
steel point or. hook Into a soft joint of
yours or mine many times a day and
without any good reason for It we
would show temuperand'tear up things
'too. '-bhe only difference Is the ele-
phant ban more patience. He Is docile,
obedient and long suffering. When
an elephant gets a little out of sorts
there is always some lightweight at-
tendant, it seems. to fly off and say he
Is 'daffy.' Ninety-nine times out of a
hundred tie poor elephant has been
badly treated, and, as he cannot talk,
he does about the only thing he can do
and trumpets his disgust or possibly
goes a step further and eases his feel-
ings by taking a crack with his trunk
at something within reach. Elephants
are as kind hearted and tender as wo-
men and respond to little attentions
the same way, and In the same way,
just like a woman, when they get sour-
ed, it takes a long while to sweeten
them again If it can be done at all."-
Chicago Chronicle.

Cinderella of the Canary INlands.
Hierros can hardly bv? called, al-
though nominally entitled, one of the
"fortunate Isles." It Is the Cinderella
of the Canary group, and In its south-
westerly Isolation may be said to live
on fog. But for the mists that drench
Its shares the little island would die of
thirst, nan nio vegetable, could be sent
to in:,r'ket. Its wrsteru mr,)woutory,
Debats. U:,-'* enjoyed celebrity as the
spot tlrouu h whiicli was nrawn the
fir-'t iii'. t-! ;:il n1 r-l'hiltin.


WI. I I Ci Nrm^.i .'.
soane Pamoni.H it, t nMade Doi.-'nai

O n*- of I '. I ::.U -1 of .;*..;. I *.
tort was .i mJ'ie ; t t.ie p -'x"sm "U
SIrihingrr- ofr Ih.l a i.' T'V.' :.t" *
had just read onw uo Spr'u,,. wu
speeches iIIn re't''itionu of the In'<.er's
arguw .r ; < ,',,., 1. T"',,,.I.l .
n)isan Iiit:uncht i:.t .'ill iO 3y trp : *
the privilrre of lproi 'essive thinkers to '
change their op'ti;'u').
"I honor th.-.i f-w !t." hn continued.
"An hone-t ni::t; l4.i' no' :est Wourk of .
Go!. As.for *, .M:.. Cha!'man, hi the
words of an e:hlnent American states- ':74
man, 'I would rather be right than be'..
president.' ..
"The goit'nonu from Iljl !l, la- !
worry, Mr. Chainmid," drawl.
"Ig e'll t over b ei.hi" ,
During the bitter lh1-ht ne0i t ''


pointing to. the p l1itg o *i.
of Yorktown" hanging Inn the all' .
gravely accused Spe-ikep Ree I of cornt-
Ing the Hessians lu the background of
the picture in order to make up a qu('-
rum.
The general always wo"e a trem.'*
dously high co'.lar. so high. in fact, that
Representative Tim 'ampbell tapped
It one day with the ferule of lil. c.ine
and Inquirel, to the amusement of the
house, "Is General .'piuola withlti'"
During the famous deadlock fight In
the house over the civil rights bill Gen-
eral Ben Butier favored a Sunday ses-
sion.
"*Rnrl as I nm. I hnve some respect
for God's day." replied Sam Randall of
Pennsylvauln.
"Dou't the Eilile say that It is lawful
to pull your ox or nss out of a pit on
the Sabbath?" an.ed Butler. "You
Lave thirty-seven asscs on your shle of
the house, and I want to get them out
of this ditch tomorrow. I think I am
engaged nl holy work."
"Don't do It." replied Randall. "I
expect some day to see you in a better
world."
"You'll be there, n.s you "-" I;.--""
melmber of the lo'vr hlou-et.," i.'hled
back the general, with telling effect.-
American Magnazine.

LEGEND OF THE GARTER.
Contradictory Versions of the Foulm
dation of the Order.
I knew, as every schoolboy knowv,
the legend that a certain.Counttes oft
:ulisihm'y dropped her garter at Ibat"
and that the king, picking 1t UIp aid'
the smiles of courtiers, handed it1 W .
with the happy. *d 'now ttnoW'f
phrase, "Honi"olt qulil n mg I
l mqat1 4.Aol id,


u-es I wearn 195W Nam(IS B
las' "History of the Old-,
hood," where I found a
of contradictory Hrth.rity p
The tale of the ensign a&d. ame of
the order were first told by lydoe -',
Verwt (1470-1555), who wrote, t the
time of Henry VII. and Heany XVIL.
and who said that the lady w*i -
queen or the klns mintrfesa." Begar;'
whose work, "Honor, Military and
Civil," appeared in 1602, 250 years aft-
er the order was founded, was the flat
to say that it was the Countess of Saj-
isbury. Other writers say that It was
the Countess of Kent. John Austis
(1669-1744), garter king of arms, who '
published several heraldic works, ridl-
cules the whole story. He confesses
that an author of Henry VI.'s time.
who wrote in Latin and whose work Is
now entirely lost, upheld It.
Raphael Holinshed, a chronicler, who
died in 1580, tells the story in detail
and says the lady was the queen, which
surely rather spoils the significance of
the legend. Sir Harris Nicolas him-
self thinks the story Is not Improbable,
although he urges the fact that Jean
Frolssart, who is the best contempo-
rary authority on the reign of Edward
III.. while he has much to say about
the order In his hundredth chapter,
does not refer to it, and Nicholas ad-
mits that this tells very much against
the supposed origin of the story, but
Frolssart may have thought the matter .
too WIvial to relate. By the way. I feel
verMauch agerleved that G. C. Macan-
lay in Te abridged volume of Frolsart
that Ik published through the Macmil-
lans should have ruthlessly cut this
hundredth chapter.
It Is not, I may add, claimed that the
Incident caused the foundation of the
Order of the Garter, but only that It
gave Edward III. the -Idea for naming
the order which be bad reso ved, :
found in any case. In the absence of
any other solution than that which
rests on these shadowy foundations I
think we may still go on accepting the
pretty legend, but I repeat my expres-
slon of dissatisfaction with the popular
histories that they should leave suck
matters as this severely alone.-Lon*
don Sphere.

Table Dalitinems.
I could better eat with one who did
not respect the laws than with a sloven
and unpresentable person. Moral qual-
Ities rule the world, but at short dl.
tances the senses are despotice- PWa


OL. XVI.


Disease takes no summer
vacation.
If you need flesh and
strength use

Scott's Emulsion

summer as in winter.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemrubt,
409-41S Pearl Street, New Yoit,
5oc. and $,.oo; all druggists,


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MARITIME


i
The schr. Lncy H., freighted with
naval stores from North B1y sailed
for Penoaoola Monday morning..
The chr. Blanche Nailed for Pen.
aae-la Monday evening.
The str. Tarpon arrived from Car-
rabelle and Ap-lachieoula at 6 o'clock
a. m., Friday, and from Mobile anti
Pensacola at l1;40 a. m.. Yesterday.

NAPHTHA LAUNCH -
S T 8 IXZ
'W. F. WOODFORD PROPPIETOR
Fitted in splendid condition to lake ex
Sursions or Gassengers to any point on
the Bay or Gulf. GUod cabin protection
. In the event of bad welcher Terms reas-
ounable. 'Also,
BA It E E~.l A ;
fWp am JW*COd4teprf Lutwier ili Perry-
S rulale Allantld& on East
Bay and will deliver freight of every de-
acrlption, including live stock to any
int'aon St. Andrews Bay. For Plnticu-.
area, dd4resa W. F. WooMor6D, 'Farm-
dale. ,IlL

S I'AOKET SCHOONER,
CLEOPATR A..
qu flipped With Two Gasoline Engines,
Leaves ki. A drcews Uay every Monday
leaves Pensacolay every Thursday
wenther-penwitting). Special atten
tion will bhegiven to receiving and
forwarding freight for parties living on.
East and North Bay,. passengers for
point ion either arm of the Bay tan
depend upon securing prompt trans-
Oortation. at reasonalile rates. Pas-
senger acconmmnidations good. Express
and Railroad Freight specialties. For
w 'Nrther information na pl to
OTWAV WARni. Ge. Manager

N PI'HTHA LAUU S H,
LAURA.
Carries the East Bay Mail between St.
Andrewp Bavy, Wetppo and intermedi-
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daily
exceptl Suiiday) at 6:00 a. in.; arrive at
Welappo at 1I:30 p. in.; leave Wetappy
at 1:00 p. mn.; arrives at St. Andrews at
7:30 p. i. n akes landIngs regularly at
Harrison, Cromatiton, Parker, Pills-
l urg, and Farnmdnle. Freight landed at
m,any postoflice wharf. For passenger and
freight rates, see rate card in the sev-
eral postollices.
F. A. W RITHIILL.. Manager.

SA Week's Weatlier.
the following table gives the maxl-
i mum, minimum and mean tempe#a-
.O: r sdite rainfall and direction of the
^ the t y-r hours ending
~~ Ipdloateil by t:. 8


.85 ..nw
"89-. I 1 ;l w
I 1-2 8 87 7P 61 61 w
SirPAk... .1 T_'7._L8ri3 12'. 00 1i_
Si' 'Wie Foai Horace Greeley.
, JIn the onrly day.q of the suffragist
movement Miss Susan B. Aunthony had
mo more bitter opponent than Hornco
G"reely, says a writer hi the Boston
Transcript. It was for a long time his
custom to wind ip, all debates witt
the ,onclaslve remark, "The best wo-
men I kihow do not winntto vote."
Wheh the New York constitution was
being altered In 186T Miss Anthony,
ald a tn'n for him. She wrote to
Mrs. (%ree'y a;and persuaded the ed-
ftor's trif'- uot only to sign a petition
for 'o.muan's suffrage herself, but to
circulate the paper and get 3(0 signa-
tures among her acqualutancea. In the
committee Mr. Greeley, who was chalr-
man, had listened to the debate and
prepared to introduce to the conven-
tlon an adverse report. He was just
about to utter his usual "settler" when
George Wifllnim Curtis rose.
"Mr. Chairinlan." said he, "I hold in
my hand a petition for suffrage signed
by Wo0,women of Westchester, headed
by XiR. HeRdrac Greeley."
The chairman's embarrassment could
hardly be controlled. He had found
at least oun of "the best women I
know waned t vote, but he re
,d himself rater spoa the lea414
scathing editorials.
ltimmer Dia' in B ,i'hitr^i
Duling the hot weather of the srtdfler
nOtlhli the first unnalurbt looseness of a
.0il1w" bowel& sethid have- immediale at-
,MWi4n aiW.t9 hchk tledisuase A.fore

"y It a, few doiea of CbIilterlin Colic,
Cole a&nd Diarrhrqea Reedyv, followed
by a. doe of oCster oil to- cleanse the evs-
>tenB ]ev'. M. 0. Stockland, pastor of
thej'frrast M. E. church, Little Fadls,
Minu., writes: -"We have psed Chainmer-
's,ain Oolic, Cholera aid Diari teeaRem-
4 for several years and find it a very
valuable remedy, especially for summer
dio(s aders in children." Sold by all med-
eii dealers.
-. ;,- : ----- *** --
olden Times. I
"Why do you say olden times?" ask-
.d a little girl who had been listening
to a Biblfe story. "Times are ever so
imch older now than they were in
tse dayas"

A man never shows his own charae-
ter so plainly as by his manner of
Sportrayfng anotber's.-Rlchter.

a* sRT.
Mafsfe-Aren't you coming to my
party? Daisy-How can I when I'm
in half mourrmng? Malsie-Oh, well.
come and stay belf the evening.-
Oleveland Leader.
kot to understand a treasure's worth
till time baa stolen away the slightest
Good Is cause of half the poverty we
aOtMl. A vmlmab Ms^ __A< *r'. _t^ll.-l,


most commendable degree of enthusi-
asm, which will result to their benefit
and that of the state at large.

Galveston's Sea Wall
makes life as safe now in that city ason
thehigher uolands E.W.Goodloe,who
resides.on Duttot. st., In Waco, Tex.,
needs no sea wall for safety. He writes:
"I have used Dr. King's New Discov-
ery for Consumption the past five years
and it keeps me well and afe. Before
that tmp I bhad aoough.w'ich fior yards.
bad ben growing worse. Now Iti'
gone." Care chronic coughs, la grippe,
eroutp, whooping cough and prevents
pneumonia. Pleasant to take. Every
b -ttle Guaranteed at A. El. Brake's
store. Price 50c and $14. Trial bottle
free.
DJoI'l ill ie llnHawk.
Mal lan has iu-'d more than any other
itimal In trilling with nature's bal-
ince. Clover crops and the killing of
lawks are apparently unrelated, yet
he hawks eat the field mice, the fielh
.a:ce prey on the immature bees, and
he bees fertilize the clover blossoms.
'hi death of a hawk means an, over-
acrease of lield.i mice and a consequent
*estructlo' of the bees.-Country Life
*n Anieric.n.
A ClnItiriy Dance..
Awkw:iri S;'ou.:e--I see our set is to
:ve a ;'r:' u charity ball. Did you
Ie (" d4tn,e fr charity? Pretty Wife-
(f (ou:.-se. Don't you remember hcw
I used to take pity on you and dance-
with yo'u when we first met?-Lo don
Telegraph.
S ia Wuah.
,They had just moved IrAo a new
house, and they stood surveying the
situation. "I wish,"' she said, "that
this carpet was velvet." "I don't," re-
snonded the husband unfeelingly. "I


LOCAL DRIFT.

uvenir cards, with a St. Andrew
scene at the Buoy office.
Blank Warranty Deeds, short storm
ptintea on good linen paper, 25c per
dozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re-
ceipts In a block, 10c each, at the Buoy
office.
-The annual report of County Su-
pe.-intendent of Public Instruction B.
F. Gainer, is now In the hands of the
Buoy for publication ani will appear in
next week's issue.
-L. M. Ware is fit'ing and stocking
up the Gwaltney shop next door north
ol C. H. Casey's factory with a line of
launch supplies and fixtures. He should
and doubtless will do a thriving busi.
ness in this trade.
--You never haveana may never again
have an opportunity to get so line a
fountain pen for so little money as you
can now by complying with the condi-
tions of the coupon to be found else-
where on this page.
--Wizard Ink Tablets,Price, per
box 10cts. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten ounces splea-
did ink. Economical permanent: abso-
lutely indellible, covenient, non-corro.
aive1 At.the Buoy offlico
--is^dl io liDgtir
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either'St. Andrews B1lu(forBuena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews B3ay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the
BUOY 0flice
-Rev, Mr. Joyner will resign the
care of the Baptist church, to take a
special course this fall in the Theolog-
ical seminary, at Louisville, Ky. The
Baptist people here wili regret to part
with Mr. Joyner; bit will hope that he
may return to them after completing
his course of study.
-Rev. Dr. C. J. FHammitt, presiding
elder of the M. E church will conduct,
services in the church here comment.
ing with conference, Saturday after.
noon, Sept. 1. at 2 o'clocit; followed
with preaching at night, and on Sun-
day, Sept. 2, morning and night.
-The mail L'-unch, Favorita which
was so badly wrecked by fire on the
evening of July 3, last, has been thor-
oughly rebuilt by E, Hand, and was
launched after the Buoy went to press,
last week. She is now a better and
handsomer boat than ever and is in
service again carrying the North Bay
mail.
-Mr. Trousdaie, of the St. Andrew
Ice & Water Company has received the
plans and specifications for the build-
ings and accessories of the factory.
The machinery and Lquipment for the
plant will be shipped from New York,
where Mr. Earnshaw now is, superin-
tending the details. on the 15th ot Sdp-
tomber, Mr. Trousdale will at once
proceed to erect the necessary build-
,lAg. for tbe home of the plant and the
j ufaaraI. l" wt' e ttnenee as


faiutk of ice Steadily all wiitor-and
put away a store of the product for the.
busy season, next year.
-To date, although the ,work has
been under way 'little over a month, a
total of seventeen counties have been
enrolled 4in the State Fair movement,
these counties having appointed com-
missioners to collect products tor exhi-
bition, and appropriated the necessary
funds to enable the commissioners to
make such collections. Assurances have
been received that at least ten other
counties will enter the movement at tbe
next regular mee ing of the county
commissioners. With these additions,.
there will be represented at the fair a
much larger number of counties than
ever before participated in a Southern
State Fair, and a very pleasing feature
is that these counties represent every'
section of the state, thereby guarantee-
ingveyen a greater diversity of products
than were represented at the fair last
year. Counties that haye never before
interested themselves in Florida fairs,
owing to the success achieved last year,
have entered the movement with a


The tl:i'e Is .(!ltr;bn'ted ant n-n
Three uLlnntes I'efore 12 o'lock tJlu-
sands of tlorrah pli cporntors lt In .i-
leuce waltinn for tIh:- clic-lk of thn ioy
which shall tell them that the "ninter
clock" in Wa.-lshingt'n has begun t
speak. At onue minute before 12 it bJ
gins. beoling every second until t
fifty-fifth Then, oaft"r the pans ,
corne. a sinaglo Ioit. wi-hitlc mark- Pexa t
no,)>n, anil 'ir nni-'l'hor dnay tho word
kinowss tit it lias the corr't-ct time a
the fra.-tion of a second.-Youth's Co i-
panion.

A FEW DON'T.
Drn't I-e rcc.l,-_s. especially In y( r
lylng.
Don't give to the Lord and then ;o
out and rob a wilo-v.
Don't acquire the borrowing habit, r
the day will come when you will r n
out of friends.
Don't marry an In',olent man pcxi) t-
Ing him to bri''e -up, or you naay: h'n(-
to take In washiniag to pay for. i?
brace.
Don't be so menu minJde that :tu
can see no good in a man. HLe i 1
be the first to loan you money In t en
of need.
Don't lay up everything for a r. uy
day and go hungry all through e..
Besides, whore you are going it ny
never rain.
Don't spread butter on both sides oi
your ,breadjlit because yqu have $3 in


lon apg
of thein.-D-rjuvei--News.-' r *
'*iake Ilay While the Stin ISlinleo."
There is a lesson in ihe work of tht
thlirifly farmer. He knows that the bIriglit
sunshine may list butt a av and he pio-
nares for the showers whiLh are so liaMll
to follow. So It should hoe wilh ever.
housebold. Dysentery, diarrhoea and
cholera morlus may attack some member
of tlie home witnotat warning. Chnmiei"
lniin's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Renm-
edy, nhich is the best kuown medicine for
those disease-, should always be kept. at
handi. a. imnmed ate Ireatment is necemsa-
rv, and delqv may prove fatal. For sale
li all medicinee dealers.

THE SAVAGE MORO.
IFit Terrib!e Religious Frenzy Which
Miots In Murder.
Thel Moro is a savage, a prilnan man,
a Malaiy. which Is a branch of one of
the oldest stocks of which we know
n, Is subject wh-un not under the iti-
fiuence of a self contained ruler to
strange, murderous fits of Insanity.
When a Moro, without effort on his
part. becomes seized -Ith a dleslire to
inurder he is said to have "run amucl."
nud at such lies lie will rush wildly.
flashing and killing every one he
chances to meet, even his own people.
Wheu, however, he purposely works
himself iuto a religious freiory it Is
with the dest'e to kill Christians and
by the faith of the prophet ascend
forthwith Into paradise. The Moro In
this state of passion Is said to be "Ju-
ramentado." He hnp then taken a re-
ligious oath, perhaps administered by
some sacred "hadji" who had duly
made his pilgrimage to Mecca. Ue has
bQund himaeK up sO-that he Bifter
ical suerlng Is reduced to a. per
frenzy. Having once taken the oath,
the Moro "Juramentado" Is doomed to
slay until at last be himself Is slain.
The Moro is a Mohammedan, but be
has perverted the MIohammedan belief
until at times it is a weird, grotes.iue
and terrible religion. In the heart of
the Moro there is no fear of death. It
Is to him but an incident of life, and
his belief, as he has fashioned it, Is
that he who dies lu battle is cleansed
from sin and goes straight to the bos-
oms ofrthe houris In paradise. The
Moro's idea of government Is force.
lie has never known anything else. If
you are kind to him Iw thinks you fear
him. His world Is ruled by fear, iot
love. Hamilton Wright In Leslie's
Weekly.


RECKONING TIME.
This Wutch of tlime Siamain Inthe Streel
Iq '%et bytfie iSt.ars.
T reI E 11 a1 :'C L i I ;. I.- .-.- --. I : Ma,-
Ject. 114-f irwte ow -houe'.'c'er in the
si nt 'v lria q s pi Yag. pT-.~.- - i-n iPU,, ti-
s11.4S4'7 v~: 7 L. ItinirItk wuiths ouw

Ij).) -xii'l JI -t d I i glldty 'o l -
rIt- P aM:~at. l-t(h Lit' qiuiily unlr~w

phiar liii- iworild t71,II-in-t vqloIa'llo]t
11111': 'lnlIla- et-tijz AVni,1'.:- -.n'o 11tll -c' To
IllerilI c 1 O Ii v f*l~-- I I ',- 1-41' % .11 W %, a1


bi.t in .XAmai-aa-a IIn.- tr-t I Nnv-~--



'11 em-.~ 1j-aI' Ih.,

t;.. ii t k~ ii



at tire neradhian--hr' n-I a~joei. te't-,rn1'Ia*
ic beo- inDIiin I. C'.a tC 4-l-, ofrtIN.
*(l-'tt-wpe aare cit--o:, ha ntij- -q. TLP
centcn -tine n'a'r'1s the n'erdinllal. As ic


!..c (-Icikitcallrcd ,I chrn-agr:a ph,
liiis sh in wa nt vwhit tluc' the- qtru
'a-asi-l :fill.imri-mi. Acti-onli i!cal 'ra
A1' E: V al~~ni 11-- I .91 nt i-nb'h It
-ihouwh:!h2e -ri's ea. ('anupiri-on or
(i e stanndaivandcl-k vwith the .-e tables
-;bolvs whether or not the clock Is
;'lght.-


o l"
(iOr bl
he sami -
lies that ih
tomu prevg
Is euded t
table ann
nelghbolri
--hlesshlU

Over-"


Unhealthy
All the b
your (Ildn
'- T'


kidney. tro
Kidney
heai t beat
:hley had '
.o:onfad 1
It us:d-:
troub Lle3s"
bu' no-v wr
ill co.nstil
nir.g in
If .,out
,y first diy
ani ihe e
Swamp-'
soon reai
.p 0.

* t


au if y.
i Co.,
Don E
ber th
mer','S
Bin mh

L..
-** ** -


-T


Thank
get up"O
that day
you lllk
work aQ
SreedJa,
uiligenecp
a hunudi
never lki

sNothi"
stead In I
day wor4
&I1 ucatlot
cess in Jn
will dej
itnowled4
your tectl
zine. .









P9I1;I


)GRAPHS.

*
', VIEWS AND
I9 WOUPs.


a lttq their pa-prnt' anl,.
,ng.0d '("Tiani.s j.l" tL'
La'likIy. i Ger aniL faWi

6 Iradclt o the S;'.Ir) darty Ntatid nip ar.iudl th,
fg*,. "leiegnete Mlllz.'it
fan,

rk Wiakens
You Kidneys.
- neys M Impure Blood.
in your bo p''::es through
rnce every th e miInuen.u
The idrn-ys are your
S blood urifieri. ihe. i'
) ter ot he -..'as. or
rimFu ii-3 in ihe bl-.od.
If :hqy are i.:k. Cr out
o .f ordr, the:, fail to do
their work.
Paing', aches and rheu-
maalst corrne from ex-
ces of uric acid in the
S bloodjdue to neglected
bile causes irk or unteady
d makes e feel as though
'trouble. be.a~uZethe heart is
pin pumpirn thick, kidney-
through ve s and arteries.
considered .at only urinary
o be traced4to the kidneys,
r science proves that nearly
I diseases Irve their begin-
Strouble.
ck you can rake no mistake
ing your kid eys. The rqild
ordinary effect of Dr. Kilmdr's
t, the preat kidney remedy is
sIt hands the highest for its
s of the most distressing cases
.s merits


h nave a
by mail Homo or swamri-R io.
ph:et telling you how to find
c kidney or bladder trouble.
aper when writing Dr. Kilmer
niton, N. Y.
e any mistake, but remeni-
e, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil-
p-Ro-'t, and the addreo-,
,'N. T,., On evrr boLt ttln


IE. OTWAY WARE.


te


BoIr gur.-fe Th-ne 1, a Cct.iiy r,
-dnatlon In' the tlicgIlnt of twenty c
,Nirty fe t of cold \\ater beuerith. I.9s'
*oyr's niKtiAiry libzt cut-s n i..- i vth u,
"i'" ih.iUt n-.i ke qtIr o>-vn expo'ri m'vt-
ibhile Dr. Ex"lrlten hoarse from hi.i bonfutre on tIle 1anl
te lhas hell rmiany an luiinest o thi
larkliug shr. of Lthe river of tir.'o, .nn
!je wv ;l uni d ,:lt' ;l.t l i\ o i, h !.. f l :.-
:tlOtlioi'. I'i'. i li f:t- W:Lr wf hl' ,-- n l A It-'.
thc sIul',--('-l-. 'ihI h101i it .,,t,.- t I tIt.-
mik taht-s ot olai..l's \co' :i'. :11l >; li ,hit,..
to rt'' on thl.' t-o on 'r'? u'.I.V. it i- :'
well fur us to b" s ved -ae ra:) tI) itiDay
blundh:rs. W e? u .,W th.I ,li .. i:.liif o."
failure. I1 i I emt.-r t.o fail th u i; "., r
to (r', ;niild tL," i'; iz ) 'l1.' :-;:n ,.),)Il '."
pla te thi .,* '. : ,-r ,i f i.-4 ,-\ N h ; -
w ilth a. t lllit-a '- l n t ,li ,\ y i- -
icrnior' d I.v LJ.. '. <.:. -, .a-. c ,.:.--Mi-re


dith Nichliol


<, n i i [ .':il i'- '.


H. K. HOOD,



Real Estate Broklr,


St Andrew, Fla.


FOR SALE!

47 Acres of Nice, Land

Irn 5 inutesWalok rPost o c.
AT r, AN DiW,


Nicely located to be -ublividle-.l :in
hlluriliing Lot.i.
TITLE PERFTOT and
TAXES PAID TO DATE.
This is a Bargain!
and IIhPe li-t Propertyv ii' n' ii lhe
Market abmut St. Anln-i'w.


J. H, DRUMMOND.


ercantile Co.,


SThoroughly Reorganized.

Ma1 in G. Post, Manager.


D


Th

now T


and FcI-


--uru-


KYD

N.

Wi


HEADQUARTERS FOR








G ORCERIES


HAR i3WARE.


Id PIONEER STORE Business,
jin 1878, and built up by the late L. M. Ware,
highly R eorganized and under New Management

SfI Patranan of old Patrons .


Uirforim' fair and courteous treatment
to :ill.


the Freight on all Goods except Flour, Meal




ver Disappoint Our Patients. ,
lllI t Promise and Never Hold Did False Hopes.
Srcuewithout the knife or bought undV-aricoeche wl'thout
pain or detention froom bustnessm; Vetgous JSlood Polson
to0 L*GtmarU Witboat mercury or mineral mial ure; Loss of Manlly
VIF~o Positively oared; no stimulant biut permaimient. ~
'1he tir. King Mvdic~i Co. Is ann ix,"titu't.'D organized under Ifie
laps,',rt be ~5of tpla of Ue.'rOa forCaa- abITo~i.Tr(t-L anDJt'rc- .fi ta] I
innrvouao and ebrolu i~ea es' D~t- r. N. 9 Mug-.MA1.-.lt-Pf-in'ui oN
te.thi nstliitaon. Is tethlbi0V t iiIE14Oprp3.tEp- -caitalt, being assisted
by rauMIc&fers n te t [ ajY6!at O I.D1 r': la-Pa-t e. snsip
bya tursucafessn the n1717HayOFt 01 h al r aq-sla nn.pa
eed: we u-.e lboib ,,n.Acrea aud pc- au. 1P'.n- lea.
Ourctifiecsare0 equipped 'h;h a I Lt. f -ar fnadic hattfr-
fee. X-rmy. vtoiet raky, a A I. l ar.ti%,1 ll.I hit.every eieetric.I
connivance kiowntwf I- [h6 inadtia! i-r. 1-3 *--l u. U',rr,-bt~in4,-n t r
mptodrn to etery reqr, L. and % '. r ~!--" 1Ur n~the it't
triilnod and efficient ieD'i.d'tlti. r- - -aali ajoanried graduatL3it
~~aridlilcensed physicians bela rnin, ca'
We enripio o inD milesdlnrng II '-.toi 10 c-t-rep ptien I a A-d
ntr'nage--noC.(1.0 '. ipr ianata' l f-n- IlnaINroalre Fnrc tif
'Llbvcau InitutInn- Our terms for faanI~~ew t14n. vc fic'~u. k' imi
to$10.OO perinmb inth Iltoit4' 'c- "iaIde and WI. givete lni~u- i!
ance of a cure wtblon at 'n-iflitI I-,P.
IC ri-n%%' r- in e at i-f ll ir. in~dper-r-'t,-t
REfl 19. CHRONICGDIEASS. '-- a-ur"fnnvned' V r-i~andrrr
uanib as Kidnjey Andiiltadvi -r ri-.-u'j-Lt-. kitburra-.Ht:-n..
RED Rupurelldrocelio. D..n.- lur j- c.t- 4--,- fd All ka-Iv&Le
D ti-'~.umors and 1 ri. ail t.' 4 iLi~arrh of ahe
N-it. Thrust. EBead anad 1,ug. n1 ti,2%08atec l ye and E-ir,
M. D. Cbronle Disnsaes of Womnen,. CrC 5 'blas atna
!fPWaY&iaA%. Unnatural Diacbqrge9. and ~e ti':na-sao~cze- s- .-t wn-m i.
to)-day regarindlg your condition Ifiouf -ir ts s-il -.'r a&.1- -f!.".. -ri re 1uest we r
A.md yon our Ili or-iture, anelcinifg symptnLOW hi. If a t--.r hi-orn- r- a'arv'rn.
?-LTATIIPN, IXAMINYAT14LTN AND AD-RU 0-'
MEDWAT cove m~a,:'ittx -art ri rttrp 'vi'Cs


ini a of Work.
rever-y aorninig wh'l- you
fbu la~tvc .,ainurthLijt ti ilo
Luist be '!uO, w!Ihothler
,r uot. Being fm,r-lJ to
|ceI( to do your lI -t will
Etemperfluce. self control.
blugiT of will, coLtcnt aud
[rtue<. which the Idle will
Cbha rles Kingslt-y.

il F. Edueantion.
ll stand you in bettor
iTd, cold, practical, every-
a a good, sound lusln,-.a
bu will find that your Sqc-
'occupatIon or profession
i much on your gu'rer]i
imen 'and affairs as on
Stralulung.-Succrss Mag-
, .


Calling the Landlady.
A man's curiosity got the better of
him In a Back Bay lodglui; house oue
day, and he paid for it. as is usually
the case. He said he hadn't seen the
landlady during his stay of three
months, the rents being paid to the
housekeeper, and a friend to whom he
made this remark said that she was
around about every day-in fact, he
wouldn't be surprised If she was in the
house theu. To test his confidence he
was willing to wager the cigars that
she was there, and his doubting friend
considered It too easy a thing to lose,
so be said, "Agreed." Then the man
who was certain proceeded-to win eas-
ty. Seizing a plate from the table, he
dropped It upon the floor, and In less
than a minute the woman of the house
was on the scene Inquiring about the
cause of the noise. The doubter was
satisfied.-Boston Globe.
A Mystery Solve'
"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
oalv pills that are guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction to everybody or
money refunded. Only 25c at A. H.
Braka's store.

Tr: ..- i-c.-lltine e of I'cilnre.
-.ihTr tifti -Pt ... I :)r S On A il V un li h'


STEAMSHIP C'JMPANY,


i| STEAMER

T- TA-R-Pa.ON.

.-'. -.,-'SCH EDULE.
GOING SOUTH. ARRIVE
M m. -e'tsacoula.
t0 p.. St. Aindrew, Wedesday, 8:00 a. M
) p. m. Millville, Wed esday,10:oU a. m.
it. m. Apulachi,:ola, Thursday-, 6:00 a. m.
Lrr 11el -. Thursday, 12:00 noon.
m. "Mobikn, Monday, 6:00 a. m.,
GOING NOITII. ARRIVE.


LEAVE-
Tue3da,,8:3 P





LEAVE.

Thun-sdaY-, 3:011U

ThFrsdav, 1131121-


~~*1~- -.
I


- .' ..I .... M.SL. Antldrew. Friday, 2;00 a.m.
Wrlda'. 10:00 a. mn. M lvil- le, Friday, 4:00 a. un.
Pt-nsacola. Friday, Ill;:0 p. m.
T ASS- AZO BTES
Pen.-acola to .St Andn Uand MililillC. .0u *_,.
PIcna-cila to .Apald.l1cola and C'nrrab-ll-, 7.50.
St. Andrew and Millville to Apalachicola, *5.0O0.
Pens-_tola to Mobile, $2.50.
The above rates include medal and bertlis. W. G. BARROW.
Captain






I I m --I,- - ... ,.. ,, ,

Cooking and Heating Stoves'W

Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, 'o
UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES,


Burial Caskets, Robes, Suits, Etc.

GIVE 31E A CALL'



JON HR THOMPSONI
1- IE \LEli IN


GENEhALMERCHANDISE
Dry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Notions, Provisions and Feed Stuffs. -

Corner Washington Avenue anc! B ay iew St.
I pay s'aih ftor floods ald nust 4d0,

a strictly ("asIh Or R1eady Pay '


Tilis is in i.V I'ntillois Iliferest i,s 'well ns iny owin.. Call m.
c('oly11IrC Yourself of this 'I'rni. c. -'


E. BRACKINi


CASH
A "| Ii, I\I IRS IN 8

I S I Y ( 0 () I) S ....V .

KIN; SHOES GROCERIES N CRIfE -


Ship Liandery -Hardware, ,

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

Clothing, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishings.

MEN'S LADIES' AND B0)Y'S HATS.

Ti'liks a1jid Valises.

FISII CAMP I SI LIPIIES, IETC.
AGENTS F( '---- SPECIAL ATTEN7It4
AMERICAN Ai Goods I GIVIN TO "
tI & W EXCEPT Mail Orders
bluul & irc G o S1.1) 2i ,- ,,il:
A-.,N M, I1)ELIl V llEl AT' SA'v ES
Maif'e i nyr. Pcsffice Gladly Sent

-p :E KI1-T S' on the Ba)! 0 Applicationl

Wimd Mill cunpDS E E 1:-F>11I
Breech -Loading We Are
Woolsey's12-fl n iTSHOE MEN!

Bor ny $5b or. 50 THEBUY ?CE -'f
__ C. E. BRACKIN & CO, -

For Fine Job Work, TRY1THEIBUOY OFFItCE..

"S .... . - -. .,


SPE L PREMIUM OFFER.

14-SLt. SOLID COLD FO T'AI'.iTN PN



6 For five of these coupons and sixty cents seat *or brought to he Buoy'
office we will furnish you a beautiful finished 14-kt. Srt 1lI oi f r'nmt-
aam P l), that costs at retail $1 50 The, pen is complete with boxAnd
0 filler and is fully warranted by the manufacturers and' can be returned to
Them if unsatisfactory in any Oarticular. --










Manufacturers of

Rouli, flressed ani Dimelsio0ll-


Yellowv PiR Lnmber.
'ALSO

Dealers in General Merchandise,
lrl Cr l grnppripr Prnl/k1inncQ Fnd FnoAd


Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf


~C-Wrapr~r~-~ p~. L~ I.I LY--


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"haursdav, Aug. 30, 1906.
s,
9T. AND'REWV

PRICES CURRENT
aROCRR I FS.
4iugar, lb Tea, ~ Ju lb
ctoaulmLt1ed .. He No ....... 5
GuffeeA....5! Guntpowder..- 411
Lt, hruwlu....5 110COl4 Jnp.40-6t1
OoiIeeCoudmijlk, ThCRa
G treen.. 12@20 U nsweet u'a 10
r tickle lb 12-15 Sweetened. 10
ili81as3Vb25 Baking powder
7,, ruAckrs, eoda. 10 Rop~l....... ..541
VNI avee, plug 200411 Campelnl I......10
SCaitirneu fruil
tanldor iayers.8l5 P'eachues .... 10 iutJ
T .... Tomatoes. ..-Situ 2
*...6J Apples ........ 10
Pear-s......... 15
1-21 Plums ......... I(
l.d Peatbe%- 13 ApricKot..... I. -00
1."...20 Stirmr wpe mike. )20
50 Oftjioned icts


7c4 0@
1 (3411111111ted V-getalblesi
S..... 6 Baka ed t lianis. III
i~~9~bu~l j~t...Hi Corn. .....
Ile'104 I eas1. ...... 10
00 .1fei..... 5 uipkuii.....2
dmii... 20
Pitt VIS iON S.
Smir of Wti!, 2.3! D. S. pr' lb....I I
,-.Ob tIi's k ...... 3.25 Bacon Sides....12
Tkl4 ,Oournl Meal prlivulo-Pil Frtesh.... A id
OtMeal Pr It,- 5 Br'k Cst llitc-'i 16.-22
I-Our'n Perlim. .15a)'10c Ilamu eaiiv's'.l 15.211
Pointoes Soles I
jzuh-. 140 iteel
8%el 60,9i75 Frec3h.......
Swec-t p. - ; 00 Dried .. .. .. ...2
....... 5 Milkli PIlt.....i
HI A IDW ARE.
4 -i 'lNtifaEl. Los- 16 I'121.5j Ax,%vitlr handle. 75
$~t.talvw6 wuu dAatiLj Holes, ":nc,.-...3511
r. .41lo e yes uok ..$bit25 hum eeedtil 'ii- I.5.5w iI
L& ipe, p-r joint 18

ii mntit, per vd. .LH Ohekf
~ lsii-I Fnrh u pti Ill)u L, i
J ... ... I 5t Shues. tl~n ie1J I;%- I 5
i t rmt p~iti 1s J:IM 22;) M ell's. .. 41;4 Jirt)li


A; pijleSimitl .. 7 g9 L [ime Wr iihi ..- .
~It U I'T L.'N UTS.
/tnspr dovnx. 45 Pectins pr- Ill. .-
A....... . 1 ; 1 1 s........ 2111A 101 s
0 YS'E It S
ilt- v l-.tlt11 1,-501 AJ.pelivn 1- l itr 20,:
-~ rLIE-STOCK.

QtoI i s6,1eo tt.. A ,,5

*Itlall75 pr 0-1a.-
I~u Tia it ........----30
P iAo, eipl.ti .H P
10' V-rv; 00


Ml.UMKIKElt.


by destraving the fumidiftion of tho dis-
Seape, and giving the patient tretngth Ih\
bu-' ling lip the cungtitution and .iatsisling
t-atare il doinm its work. The propriu-
,ore li Lv' so much faiih Nf its curaike
p ow"rs that t.lheIy offer One HuindJrcd DclI-
-' .f a-' s flr AIIy'ense that it tails to cure.
-: Addoess
*"' / J, JCHENEY & Go Toledo, 0.
-' ke aulIl's Famiilv i'ills for- constipa-
W",_'s '004 : em"Ie _.

I B 'V&nt diose will be thy worst
'-ebemles not to whom lhnu hast done
S .done evil to thee.


' W o fntmV l htvit 'done good,. bit who
have done goad to th-e..-Lavater.
,
Ssh' "ort.
'h.uai;:plel-h was down to the club
i iltt i iht. ad started telling us one
*" f h s lout winded storlea."
"About' tht hou-se of his. I suppose?"
"Yes, and we docked his tale."-Kau-
e Cty Droveri' Telegram.

BEST FOR THE


-BOWELS
tf you haven't a regular, healthy mnoement of the
-" Boe61everyday, you'renllorwill bo. Ktepyour
6wel open, and bewell. Force In the shape of
*I lohmntlihyslo or pll poiOto, is darngeroDis. The
'y:- smoothest, easiest, most perfect way of keeping
t' ihe bowels clear apd clean Is to take
LAA CANDY
W9 CATHARTIC d


in- I


S AT 'EM LIKE CANDY
-. 1'easant, Palatable. Potent, Tast6 Good, Do
Glood, Never Sicken. Weaken or Gripe: 10, 25 and
0 eenta per box. Write for free sample, and book-
.-, t on health. Address 433
'8rlln I Remedt Company. Chicago or New York.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN


Superb *.-frve" of on II Seek-t.'.
. . .. .' .'." . \'. u-u c
Is worth a f, ,"-::' t.i 'I groaned a
g.!l ;,i, hln, 't- n il ,' ii" .i,' --tun t si-h"'i.
i "I'v. I i I . ,r ('.r>
" i Ih in . *1 i .il. . ... ni E
i A 1 ,'i bh u nt : '. v -runs n-he.
I -niinre then on. :iin.l the 8sa '.swni. I.
*g.) purple with r,'_-e because none suit-
ed nme. In \.alk, I n gr-oundiir sort of
woman, with a scared looking maid
carrying a big paper bag. This woman
sniffed around, turned hats upside
down and almost Inside out and finally
looked over the untrimmed shapes.
She picked out one. Drawing a chair
l..i'ove I'L.p Iigge-st ni'-ror luIn e pliac,.
all* sitt d. .'n iiLd_ ln.i dthe wnild empty
thel (, 'ht r.'f i!i;t l In In li .r lap. It
boil for:hors, 11:)'vrs and ribbons.
Then sih .i.aei to pirn on featbhers there.
a flo'w',r there nnil to try the effect of a
bow In another plne. She even had
the maid hohl a itrrinmeld hat while she
copied It! The utioillInts seemed fas-
cinated. for rno one said a word. "And
that in a .Ft ;:', uwin-1 you, where the
salesgirls ask you suri-?atally wheth-
er you are looking for something cheap
if you refuse Ito put dlwn $35 on a b:it
they select for you."-Now York Press.

iHer Property.
Now and. agani things happen on the
football fell whic-h go to add to the
gayetyof the nation. On one occasion,
for instance, during n certain league
match in 'the north, the referee some-
hownr ia;unfei] to I,'- lit! w histle. .T hre
ana It gei'et: thai- re wold '
'have to 'coue to a sudden and Inglori.
oua eaLd, until the referee lit upou an
nlugo:;ou scbeine. lie produced a
latolikey from his pocket and maunrged
to tootle mnerrily enough on It till 'l-
denly, a.i he approached the touch line
a vonnin's shrill voice was heard, ex-
clainmlig:
"FrtJ, rome here at onue! Where did
you ,:-t that latchbllcy'"
A- lie t11 ened to) the guffaw which
wrlIt up ffrom' lihe ass n hied crowd
;h'.t i'i'l'tC v.'" ihe i i3-;t slt.i'p j'
'** nc' .,. I\" 11 1 Ihe t '.' llil 1 lii1l a h(,
':..,jV t i.,f hl: (-r'ltaiin I,.-ture loom in'
ih-.:'.l hi h l t I *,_.-anr, e ;l ..--ad w ith-
Li I i-' ii0.-- u lou .lIo n Itwt-r. .

Tr 'ni.'" a Dog.
A 011'- 9 ,i,'; "- i -> ".\,." and i-.,
l0 :[1 [. ti'e "ro.'
14' ..'- s a l 'Io .': anJD fj ol
."1 1 1:' ,i y -. In i., i'ilul -, ij l nr.
in, ,-' l. !i _- lt 'iit ,.,' .1 ill onit (.0.o 1
'i! i .%, Q "~ Y I I I I -t.' r (,f l iiirii,
-..ir ':'i '-'1 t, '-. 1. i ,',. r l .rt-li t- 1o
',. I. t - it I -I'ii s li 'l ,, ;l i tl uil
do' ,h. It Is t [11 p y that I.e nmil
,e I:t i ..t to . i' ip 'I p( o !..
;i i ',,i .t 'vith his (;:i
S r "I "l"' l 'i I. ; ..t LlU::t I

l -1 i -,, .1 i'.4 o n" t',t:i"
'I 1 ..' .I l" rim r I. I,
-t. ." 1 i. 'il ; oil o!' oI.l n0t be .2 0' .


Art A i. f .- '- t. .\l;
u," "- .'*- of ,> ] i" '. ,ihe''. ,omc .a
o: on. t!i i: I o f the most

,.! .t v'] t'lr.'r I v." o U L llvey,'l.^ th(


Art AIooi Nrlavref
.'.l't( I' l u (.if \',.e ,- re ',., ,.., p)h1 omTC-,.a
.)i" "oi'i~l. [t i" o; .., of the m oS.
en'- Ht iit*--s. N:inr. has no art.
,. z;.:*,- iti ^.jroi ie, nu : weird, but
rt : Ir il i. human. Art meana
3-'. ." ., .y. 'tim of philosophy Isl
s i:".- i ar ;is bIenunty in sculpture antl
rh.; .' i .iji i-alLdeuce lu oetry. Thern-
.:-tot l;\';it. the, art of moe timn
pc No h-lrd '-'.'-S reil music. The
fini---!r : -htirlial" c-ns out only wrird
ti)o:.. .1 It ii''t tiu -fli. The only mu
S..i.l -'ui .1 i i l u i;ir si thle sound of
-,' .r -t c i ,i; .; l''ro;ii l rock. Art Is
hy -,'.ri :ii.i'. ;,itin:.? ir '. It Is neither
imLitatiot i n'-r rivnai-'y. hut something
'e give to ull ur .--l r. En:il Rehih.


defined and Sanhe'le Sneers. F
"I -_N';irl i i-ver i''-r-.tiun; "' says G. K.
.'b-,,at-rlonn. *v.:y it I l th ,at in poems
ai. Ir.:i ilc.' ltie ) i)r are made to
w* ';'. nt tiite r'lin,,l .iinlI subtle sneers
of tle r!:.-'. As far as._ I cn see from
thl r ai;y life of our 'tt'-ot*? it Is the
pr'r tv'hio do the rc-nmlilyI and subtle
su- ,ring rg i:,l tho rihi who writhe all
ovi r the ptiv.t -iLnt." Any one who has
stlud -i-l thin- ,-.o dJition of of our grout
c-I!.-s wi'!I sep tl:o truth of this. Every
d. yV we se. paili.r boys runnulng. gutter
boy moving g willi an undigniflel swift-
u e. Hnd n unemiployabless **humping
thuniu-ulvcs." if wO v ulay be perm;tti-d
tL.e ni-e of the .xpre-s.iont. In [pursult of
caiha. And whit do the-rich do? They
n'vt-ct not to notlce and pass by with
w\rll brIl nca!i. What haipenx. lhow-
ever, if the ordinary well groomed inanI
al'.11t ttown itnove-s t more than a
walk? Hoots of derislon from the low-
er orders in.tanTly assail him. A poor
man may go about bareheaded. What
happens if a rich man does the sanue?
The refined and subtle sneers of the
poor make him wish that he had never
been born. What we of the old aris-
tocracy want is either police protection
from these gibes or a handy book of
repartee so that we shallinever be tak-
en without our answer.-London Globe.
.* -, -. , . -, -. -., -.
Literally Translated.
On visiting Ireland the great traveler
Livlngstone was much feted. In Dub-
uin at a dinner party he happened to be
placed next to a literary Indy who was
a very smut woman. She worried him
greatly about the language of the sav-
age cannibals among whom he had
managed to live and wanted to li:utw
the so,'nn. of their lauglnage. Hle spoke
a sentence of It to satisfy her, and she
an-z'wernl. "lkilng translated, v.hat
dc-: tL:it ne.an?" "It means," he re-
plied, "there Is great cutting on you."

Tii I l ouf i \I dl
if troubles that robbed E H. Wolfe, of
Bear Grove la., of all usefulness, cnme,
when he begun taking Electric Ilitt, rs
He writes: "Twoyears a co kidney trou-
ble caused me great sulcTi'iir. whliil I
would never have survived had I not
taken Electric Bitters. They also cured
me of general debility-" Sure cure for-
all stomach, liver and kidney cont-
plaints, blood diseases, headache, dizzi-
ness, weakness or bodily decline. Price
50 cents Gua:ranteed by A. H. Brake-

PARK HER'S
HAIR BALSAM
CliMiTs and t.-rala.'8 ie tn ',tlar.
L iecer Fails to te5 ore "-"ay
Hair to iB sYoutbful ol,'r.
C-.ree rclp dr- da.-& hair 1-.'ling.


spen: uiultday in St. Andrew..
A family fruin itoar .Snead are
down for a montli ur so ami are Io-
-catedi in the iShand store bnihlilng,
Saturday afternoon we were visited
itill thlie wouit wiil and rain ht:rmn
of the tea-wnm-twi bats were cal!sized.


'mas.Iony use'a '-rfIe-id',fHitffgty '.,
Viekely lisrm. (if St Andrew withi
theu- filing ,onnfi. hIoth parties Iost
coliidurable salt and supplies, also
clothes.
Mis. Ji hn W. Parker is visiting
hlier son, 0. C. Parker of Vernon.
Wo1 were glad to sete the Farm.-Inle
reporter has awakened at last; %e
think he miist have been taki ng a
-oi0t .fa r ii;H Van Winkle sloop, as it
has lbeen a loni tlnio since w'o haul
liaiil a wiorId out of h6in1.


"F".'h .r." *:l l ..h, aimlil l.\". "whlt
IS hbl':i; w r (el'*,-'?"
"DLl '.i \ 1 i*', "'.* -in," iiK-T'\r' l !i .
h ,if' lIlO .,ir'y plrrIif.l i,-,i "W i.:
ora-';i'l" Itit '-neit':l!y .s-iliui-n a-Iaq if
It Il, lir, ii wri iin t-y a niman wli:-,..-
mind was a llnllank."--1'.-i.ilgrtu St:.ir
Conceal t.
ConceIt l- <-.5'ai-lliil to rI'.'pH naVnnr'i
tunL l t--ll t o\vC cr.--ei.--,itn. 1lut i.'nivia -lt In
reasountlle voi.ltune. 'he conlh'i.' of
y'9 .iih Ii '_'.-oin e, ib, I.- ii r:hii i o- oiu 0 I
ag'-. I yOtui're master of y)ur lcuilte,
you bhT'e back of you a shlave of unlin
ited assistaunc. If couce-it is your wans-.
ttr, you're., doomed to failure. But
dou't cultivate self -ouncelt. It's a lusty
plant. (Give It half a chinc.e and it
will outgrow your self respect.-N. C.
Fowler, Jr.. In "Gumption."
In I.elf Delen:-
Major Hamm, editor and manage-- of
the COnstitutlfalist. Eminence Ky.
when he was fiercely attacked, four
years aso, by piles, ,bought a box ,,f
Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ot which. he
says: *'It cured me in ten days and no
trouble since." Quickest healer of
burns, sorus. cuts and wounds. 25c. at
A. H. Brake's store.


last Fr'iday, en route lor
Ol.no, whiee lie will for a
visit his aged father an
relatives an' fi iends.
*
Sli t' ill'lt l 'iiti
rThe Al'l'-ri o.ut:ich. hf
',st wlIt> eatlers .


.0.lO a pound aat W I
wnalki- 'in ;t:y its step I-
t..-six iL.-l'. bhut' when f I
".itrde inurea.ts to about
and at this tit it can rtim
Ilk, twcnty-five rilles aun
purs':ed it samnhtimees turn
the punr:;i:tr abl )w with
umnkes h:im think of the kicM
The Afrlena: ostrich is the
now exi.tli.g ot l1artli. T'
oitrlcbh I o:ly Iabout half
the African and has three
the Atfrk-au bird has only
p!umnge of the American
gray.
Men Need Big Mirro-
'"A man's direslng room nel
length mirror as much as a.
bcudolr." This declaration W,
lhy a speaker at a convention
r-bent tallors, and the state
with no contradiction-In fa
the convention had adjournS1
found that every maker of ga-
the ball believed that It w-'
the American citizen a better
person If he would make arram
to "see himself as others a
This Is not "foiplisb," it wasg
even though It can be do4
through the use of the long,
heretofore held sacred to my
uses.


PAR KER. -,cr.sonia.
Special report to the Buoy. U. B. Dunu of hipley'
lMiss Grace Spencel of WVawa- a week or two in Et. Audr
llitchkhi ids ihiti:g her lrieiid, Mi.-ts home last Mriday. Mr.
Sadie Donalaon. favorably impressed with
A part ol thu Snead party left for and thinks of return; ,
their home ol gday, going by way Sig in some l1
of Wetapp The rest of the party W. C. Pratt a fam
leaves later in the week. Tarpon. last trip for
Mrs W. H. Parker spent one day Springs, Colo., where th "s
last week visiting the ladies, Mrs. make their future home,.
Birch, Misses Payne and Young, at having dispsod of his
their beauitili hone across thlie ha) property.
J. A, Lyde I f Eamu-.lalc, .n ne J. W. Browu recently
ol. n 1 Lit.n.ess nd :pent one lias nIovetidl 1 th11 1 lanln ily'A
.,iglh witli .tMr. anil M.1Is \ H. Par- Jrew and is oeups.ing thi
I.er, lavt %eek. Iloubet near tlie head of
.Ba Bker and famiily of Uloints-. Mr. Brown ihas accepted da
tOWnL are occupying the \V. II. Par- ihsnn with te Ware
ker cottage accrous the bayon. omp any'
Milit, nP .ledger, ou e o tl' ur viito,,r- A. H. Biake lelt on t.


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bo mnnv. .
OXYDONORF ii,,,ilk inew life into the systemni; regnalierns,
aile., 'vi'alizu. every i'rgai into tlie pioper discharge of tile filil
%\hichi Nature inleie ind. ilr im. Iis iso hi ings vigorum m licilth witi
phil 'ical activi' tirhait mn lkoi life wirlh living.
OXYDONOR mim. been fully te.-tedl i all disease,,. and ha"
health ;aini hlalppilne., to sifflTeers froiu RPit, niati.nin, ([nflan nial l
cnlar, Sciatic) N-'unralgi.t, (Cataith. Hay F ver, ANthina, Bowel '
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reports, front um ainv well-kiown people.
Avoid Fraudulent Imitations. The only genuine 0,
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Tamie Eroome Siruitfimg.
Towarth'i ie end of Su-pti-umtwrnmy
rutted gr-ouse lje-,: um tn-ut ttinz.a 1 -'
fot-min ce sivalihu ,.)tothat of lih-' ln'l-y:-
V. LS, taiHl is spae-Au. th~e Il-'ll I.


Lrvffi('r u Aktli i'kot2. "trlt yo?:-.'
tlions strut :fi'' w ill tl.'. c-, k- IiI
.lm-. netltg f'o. I. r.14 lu ' e. ." i' :1 (,':,'. "'
\\ing. itapp.n' th: g.-'>,!: I or lo * :'
o il.li, and while shl:ll:inf l- e h. --- '
OIin sIde t:) sl. .' ;\'A 0.-.t to hi.v %.:.:,
Tin 1 sl'v nit fir .' .r l li' -:"'1.::. li
pidity n' tl ( ''ln rr it; l : l pro'! ilg.
el hi "eiun hmlli -- !n:,; -- 111i-
tl II eliun -- clitlii **!hti .- w itl: lmm' :i"' (I'--.s0 ihO ..* ll d,' NN w 1ili
o<.;ll'.: 'lu Till- n rv': ,r 1.1 l ih
'ni l II( s;l .< r tc-nili, r -.4 tl:e d ( -1n;:! nlr
." ,r n li l o n ( ,',;LL _'.' ::!r <,f ,1:1 ;!" ',i
7 '. -*;iC r t! i'| i ,.-7 ::.-..v I
bl'h i *1!;; '" :* l t' :" I' l "ri I -' ",i **, [
i l: L r -, -T h ;i i1 : i1'-"' i
tV. ti ;I. 1 hliil, "1e : | i - i' 1 l 'n
i ist tli 1:.\"- n' I- i n ;;,,i ]i "! t l.;I.!
n'ilt" iiot -0o .i li i u ; I "'. 1 '1 l:1ii.' -
l't of tho r' li rnor..-o r **- .- :i -
-l'' 'itri; !l r1,.: !m'l!l. ,.if lt 'll. 'i. --' '!'
latietnee i nIn! p rii, e:'in,-: unil of finl

Lie IoW Anii'rca.

U Unnecessary Exp nse.
Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea
come on without warning and prom. t ie-
lief must he obtained. There is no ineces-
sity of ineurring the expense of a pliysi-
cian's service in such cases If Chamber-
lai''a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy is at hand. A dose of this remedy
Hill relieve the patient before a doctor
could arrive. It has never been known to
fail, even inii the most severe and danger-
ous cases anc no family should be with.
out it. For sale hy all medicine dealers.

Should Have Been Put Otherwhle.
An esteemed Perthshire miDiater was
vsitng a burly parishioner suffering
from the "mulligrubs," or 'If Me Lind-
ery,-The .strmnb nain wda w ntensely.
Irritated at being attacked. by disease,
Sand he greeted his minister 'thus:
"Weel. Messjohq, I thocbt ye wad never
come. I ken ye are busy Wl' thinking'
whatna fresh notion ye can gle buz on
the Sawbath, and I keiu ye maunduug
ror brains-as 1 Jalose--by readin' a'
the bit bookies ye can come by to hae
a crap o' profitable notions for a'body
Sit ye doan. sir, in the big chair, pnd.
Janet. gle Mr. Pottedhead a whangr o'
goud0l cheese. a soiuple scole and the
grunds o' the greybloard. The bite and
sup will knL-O his honst. puir stock
Noo. sir. it's hbath l:nentable anoil
wfae, ulit this is the first Illness I
have ever h;ul In n' my hlorn ,Ieys. I
tell ye. my rti-st illnp.s!" Well." rne
:olil.l Ihi njilnlrri'. In nI volieo l:-,:int 1
)h- ipl.iige:lt wvii s;'|;>:-''. "I iO-t *.*: -. .,y hop., It I yi) In? jo i
;1i) ."-

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A SKIFF,

Almost a; (Good as New!
May be seen lying on the
Beach in front of the Buoy Office.
Apply at Buoy Office.

Home Shy Wivesa.
The home shy wife Is a peculiar prod-
act of the time. She rises late and hur-
ries from home the moment she Is
dressed. To have luncheon, tea or din-
nter at home appears to her to be in-
tolerable. and she seldom reappenrs
there except to return to' bed. "What
is home'?" was asked at a west end
llnner table recently. "The place
were the servants are kept." was the
Immediate answer.-Londou Truth.

Akin.
"Do you think that niarriage Is a fall-
uro. Mr. A.-kli?" said Miss Edelr to a
young man whom she knew to be en-
gaged.
"I haveu't got that far yet," wns the
t'rnnk rely,, "-hut I'm pretty well con-
Svineed that cowurtship Is bankruptcy."-


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.At any rate, you seem to be
getting rid of it on auction-sale
principles: "going, going,
g-o-n-e I" Stop the auction
with Ayer's Hair Vigor. It
certainly checks falling hair;
no mistake about this. It acts
as a regular medicine; makes
the scalp healthy. Then you
must have healthy hair, for
it's nature's way.
The beat kind of a testimonial -
"Sold for over sixty years."
Made b . Ayer Co.. Lowell, Ma,.
i A Iiomanufacturers or
-9$SAPARILLA.
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TIME TABLE /


LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R R
In rfEPat Anril 14. Ifll O


No 4
12:35 n'n
2;22 p:.n



No. 2
11.05 p.m.
6:15 a.m.
11:59 *
2:30 "
7:20 "
7:20 p.m


Al iE ut*ai y I-TV -, --
NEW ORLEANS AND Bl0BILX.
No. 2 -No.
I11:05 p~m'. Leave PensaapoaA rr.ve .6SO 4111.
1:02, a-M w eav,-
44~


S' . ,


No. 4
12:35 p. m.
6-30 '
9...
8:50 a m
1..30 .m
1!30 p.m


Ieave
Arrive
6.


Pcnsaola
Montome-Jy
Birmingham
Louisville
Cincianati
St. Louis


Arrive
Leave
I-
-I


No. 1
4:00 p.m. 5A
11:15 a.m. 9:
8:33 4:C
l9:15 p.m. 2:
6:00 II:
4:Jc 8:


45 a.m
15 o.m.


PIESNACULA.AND IIIVER JUNUTIION


No. 21
Daily.
11:55 p.m.
12:15 n't
12:20 "
12:23 ,
12:35 "
12:39 ~-
12-5;0 "
12:58 -'
1:30 a. in
1- 55' "
2:20
2;:13 3
3:00 '0
3:23 "
4-18
4:4C "


6:00
5:33 '"
6::!l '
7:00 *
7:40 111
7:5!)0 '
7:.S
s:15I5 r.


No '
Dainy.
"*00 a m. Lv

7:18 --
7:25 "
7:28 "
7:35) *
7:39 "
3:15 "-
8:30 "
8:38
9:1I) "

9:44 "
9:7 "m
10:10 "
11,:15 "i
10:30 "
111:47 "
11:07 "
11:25 "
11:45 "
11.42 "
12:02n'n
12:15 Ar


Pensaoola,/
Bohemia.
Yniestra.
Escambia.
Mulat
Harp
Galt City
Miltou
Good Range
Holts
Millizran
Crestview-
Deer Land
Mossy Head
DeFuniak Sprina
Argyle
Ponce de Leon
Wettville
Caryville
Bonifay
C-pley
Cottondale
Marianna
Cypress
Grand IUdge
Sneads
RiverJunetion


Labor In Old Time's.
Twelve hours In winter and fourteen
In summer was a fair average day's
work. but In Lyons In 1571 the print-
ere worked from 2 o'clock in.the morn,
Ing till 8 or 9 In the evening. In other
trndes the working hours were often,
from 4 In the morning till 9 at night
or from 5 to 10. Workers in the same
luete6r pgbeal h1 Uved together -In the
same street, but 'the maitre 'artisan
had his own mason. The ground floor
was his shop or workshop; above was
his bedroom, which was also the sit-
thing and eating room; a small room ad-
joining accommodated his children, and
above was a garret where various
commodities were stored.--BrissoA's
"Work and Workers."
Capucium.
The capsicum plant, from which the
different varieties of pepper are pro-
duced, is Indigenous to the tropical re-
gions of Europe, Asia, Africa and
America. It grows wild almost as
well as under cultivation In all these
countries, and In each Is used by the
natives as a seasoning for food. Its
extensive employment has suggested to
medical theorists the thought that It
must be considered as a natural tonic
for the stomach in tropical countries.
Merninldn.
All the world over there are legends
about mermaids. The Chinese tell
stories not unlike others about the sea
woman of their southern seas. Man-
kinld Is taught on the most excellent
evidence that a mermaid was captured
at Bangor, on the shores of the Bel-
fast lough, in the sixth century, while
another caught at Edam in 1403 was
carried to Haarlem and kept there for
many years.


No. 2
Datly.
Ar 10:50 p. m.
10:37 "
10:34 u,
10:32 "
10:23 "'
10:21 "
10:15 "u
10:10 "
9:35 6 '
9:20 "
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When: fure., u li6dies are.put Into a
- beehive the, 1w. a generally' cover them
with plbiol'is, or bee glue. By way or
experlimnt a rag doll and, a cloth rab
bit were put into a hlve by a writer
'for St. Nicholas,
"Imagine my surprise," he says,
'*wheq I opened the hive about three
weeks later to find that they had used
very' little propblis on either, but had
nitibled aliibst all the clothes from
the doll and had, even attacked the
stocklngs. What they had failed to
takeoff and carry out hung in delicate
fberi and sh'reda, apparently ready to
be removed., Did they expect to dis-
pose of the entire doll in that way?
"The rabbit was slightly soiled, but
not smeared or nibbled. The bees had,
however, utilized It as a support for a
comb, which they hbad attached In'the
most astonishing manner to one ear
and to the tip of one fore foot
"The cloth of which the rabbit was
made was different from that of the
doll. Did the bees find It more diffi-
eult.or impossible to nibble this? Did
they know that it was unnecessary to
eal It in, as would have been neces-
*ary with a small animal liable to de-
eayt, and since they must endure the
Intruder's presence did they, determine
to make It useful as'payment for the
valuable room that It occupiedT

" C"*ar Vaae o't lake.
:..Thi mager of a New York theater
tells the following itor.v: During a per-
f ormaqceof '"Rip Van Winkle" by the
tfit 'h Jefferson the manager, who
:'t sta ndiig in thd lobby, observed a
&6lftlirman hovering about the en-
tr Ie In an'uncertain way. Finally,
as* ith a determinatlotto go the limit,
the countryman bought a ticket and
entered the house. A little while after
the manager happened to be in the lob-
byr again, when the countryman came
out with an expression, of intense dis-
gust upon his face.
"Well, how do you like the show?"
the manager inquired, with secret
, amusement.-
The irate farmer grew confidential.
"Say, mister," he replied, "I'm goln'
Stw have a mighty hard time splatnin'
tow Maranndy what I done with them
teow dollars, but you kin bet I won't
tell her I 'paid it tew see an old feller
fill up on licker an', go ter sleep when
-'I could 'a' gone up ter their tavern at
thet Corners an 'a' seen old4-Bill Hard-
tree dew it for nothin'!"-Success Mag-
asine. "



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Too Lazy to Live.
Tim Wooden was literally "too lazy
to lire," as the anocdotes of him told
In an old "History of Milwaukee" go
"to prove. It inty be that the doctors
of today would pronounce him a victim
of the Insidious germ which works to
uncontrollable languor, but the diag-
nosis of the good old times of Tim's
career reads simply, "plumb laziness."
A party of Indians, knowing Tim's
peculiarities, once captured him for
fun and made him believe that they
were going to burn him at the stake.
They took him to some distance from
the village, tied him to a tree and
heaped wood about him. Just as the
pile was ready to light the chief ap-
proached and whispered In Tim's ear
that If he would never tell who had
captured him he would release him and
let him return to Milwaukee.
"What, walk twenty miles!" ex-
claimed Tim. "If you'll lend me a
horse I'll agree to it."
One time when Tim was lumbering
a loose log made a perilous descent
down the side of the hill. The shouts
of the other men warned him that the
danger was coming his way. but rather
than expend vital force In jumping be
let the log strike him and break his leg.

Pailled the Court's Leg.
The followlug remarkable judgment
was delivered so'-ie years aigo by a
magistrate in one .,I the English colo-
"i Li 'l i is er y lfl reA wOt~i"nav:
n.- ouu i- llthi of January followed
the court on its rising and while said
court was In the net of mounting luto
Its liu-gy C1lnu6e frolu behind and, SilIZ-
i.i ith- 'ou-rt's d:i:hm-.ir lheg. the otier-
.'O.t hi-in:i: o iti st'lt., forcibly luilmed
";lc'.' l!ie court., friglitened the horse
indi n.uIr:.y (c.ilu- d an accident. The
.,'-: 'on nille-:'d for this by accused Is
th.t h.- wa;ml.-Id to hear the r'-stult of nu
appl.l.tio.i or lis. The practice bly pe.
tithio:.'r.s of Ipulling the courts by the
;-,s I. one that lboulki be dis,.ouragzed
.e::-'..d only -:lys he IA .4 poor man
i.1 ; it il: the truth of the complaint
,I- 1. s.tnito.c'.d to one mouth's rigor.
ou i1111 prl'lsoni:wlilt."
St.iriii- to ieliAt'-. the l 1eut aninIt cov.
tortr of thl provint e on re.,i'llin thbi
Felln to Ilh, imi g 'str.itte thltt iilbtheor tie s.n1
ti'nC-.' itself nor th" e p'ecull:tr phrni.olo
S- ;i which It V:1n-< tcom:tl'-. Was l' 'ou
Ii.t'l1 to meet with aip;>rovuii froin minds
rnniingu in legal grooves.

A Cnlb.
I:'"ant lions nnd le'ars tre now meu
erally spolcen of ns "cusn." but in for-
iner ties the word "wlihlns" would
have bein used. Every edition of the
E;rilsIli h lble from Wyellf's time to
1G11 gives "whelp" for the younz of
the lion or henr. A "cub" meant orli-
Inally in Fnglilh only a young fox. But
by Shakespeare's timo it was possible
to talk of the "young suckling culbs"
of a she ber., and Waller even applied
"cub" to a young whale. now known
as a "canlf." The origin of "cub" Is not
really known, though the conjecture
connecting It with the ohl Irish "culb,"
a.dog, would make It akin to the Latiu
"canls" and English "bound."
What Was TulsJing Him.
ALCatholic priest of an eastern city
.Jstond of telHna. story at bis own ex-.


pone day," ,.he ,saysz 'ind 'ureetly m
front-of' he were two old women who
did not know that I was within ear-
shot: 'And did ye know, Mrs. Mulli-
gan, that Father Blank was going to
Europe?' said one to the other. 'In-
dade, I did not, thin, Mrs. McSwIpes.
An' what's takin' him there?' was the
immediate query. 'My 10 cints and
your 10 cints, Mrs. Mulligan, and that's
what's takin' him,' replied the Informa-
tive dame, with a significant toss of her
gray head."

LEGAL NOTICES.

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF TIHE INTERIOR.
LAND OFFICE AT GAINNSVlLLtL, FLA.J
July 16, 19116.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
towing namedil settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup-
port of his claim. and that said proof
will be made before the Clerk of'the
Circuit Court at Vernon, F.a., ,on Sept.
20, 1906, viz:
JOSEPH S OROOM .of Anderson, Fla.
Hd 35456 for the se* of see 14, 11) 2s.
r. 15 w.
He names the following wiftn'ssos to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, vi/.:
Samuel Richareson, Marion Shii.os,
Charlie M Porter and A A icCallvnm,
all of Anderson, Fla.
W. G ROBINSON. Ilegister.

Notice of Application for Tax
Deed
Under Section 8 of Chapter48488, Laws of
Florida.,
Notice is hereby given that J. A. El-
del, purvhaser of Tax Curtificales Nos.
110, 111 andl ll, dated the 6ith day ol
Jnni- A, Ar. 1J04., ha'filed said certificates
in my ofltie, and has made application
fotr ta- deed t9 issue in accordance with
law. Said certificuted embrace tile fol.
lowh.igl -d scerit-ld 1 ,-p l V. ., A i-,liM4 .1%
Wa s1liditon county, Florida, ta-wit: Teln
acres on north side of sw* of sw V and 5
acre4, on slrlh side of swY4 of swi, and
5 acres ine cornerof sei f .w 14, all in
sec. 31, tp. 3U, r. 14wv. The said land
leing asssed at the date of the issuance
of such certificates in the. name of Un-
known. Unless said certificates shallbhe
radeemned according to law. tax deed will
issue thereon on the 14th day of Septem-
ber, A. 1). 1905.
Witness nmy official signature and seal
[L s.1 this the 8th day of August,
A. n. 1).06.
W. C. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Jourt,

Notice of" Anplication for Tax
Deed
Under Section 8 of Chnptor 4888, Laws of
Florida..
Notice is hereby given that Grace E
Druinmoind, purchaserof Tax Certificatt.
No. 133. dated the 6th day of June A. I).
1904, has filed said cortific;tit in my office
and has made application for tax deed ti
issue in accordance with law. Said eertifi
cate iembraces the following described
property situated in Washington county.
Florida, to-wit: the netY of ne/ of sec-
tion 9, Ip. 4s, r. 14w. The said land being
assessed ait the date of the issuatlce ok
such certifiscatfe in thle tiame of J. H
D)ruuionond. Unless said certificate shall
l)e redeemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 241h day of
September, A. D. 1906.
w witness my official signature and seal
[L. S.] this the 18th day of Atigusit, A. D.
1906. W. C. LOCKEY,
O!erk Circuit Court,


Quality Versus

Quanltity

By Constance D'Arcy Mackay
C'r rfilt, I/,;. bJ V.[. lut ei i.rPh illfp C'..

Thro'>il0_.'out tihl' l1l'aki.k It was known
that M.It .. Ml '*< i'm n- \-,' ais ti l i t iitll>e
i. siie W:I-s thrltiIy. V, ie i the oilier wo.
ltiU l 1nii0 i fr ni thi. lvindl w- ,.,f the
teL-u'-'it nal 4.Mi,~ilp or hung clothec3
a,-.r43t ill' coUlt .1l1d qihiriu reled ovel r the
lerjrt li of line, Mrs. Mc.Glinis went
qu et!y 9n'b)ut lo-r own busiLiesh with-
out ia word t) iny of them. Ilundeed,
s.,,r., of other nilgh,! rs i .ked alt bher
\lL 0w,. ftor in ;a tenm nji:l:t where
i're 'ythl'.iti I ln'wn tile nes soon
rr i. I Ill, it rll'.4. 3 f(;lllilill \V>.'Ut out
by li.. ily to ;iw-l i for pl-ople wLho
ilj.)Vtc 1 iLn high hiri.l. of s 'l'-ty.
Lift' \v.-at *ory is ch rfitiully 1. 11 r.
M .;hin 4. Shei li:ld Laniiy thlin_- to be
tbh iikLt, f ir. II, r v.) ro'.:ii- l l ro 3 as
n('.it aUs 'n' .' 2 1d O.ip C. h.l- l lmi akl
lhe'.!i. I.r l.i -lnif l v l-iw s sol- .-r alln in-
dustri-us. and tlicy weie puttHig iwny
a tidy I.t iii theo lnk ea'h i moiuth. She
w is thauLkful. t':o, tha:it there wvere no
little ..IcGinuieseq to tie "pothernig"


live acrae s the 1i'l. ;v.Lre plartlilhlifrl. -
chniuorous Mr.. M.G.:nnis was wont to
rew:iri. tfiat sl.4e was glad ie Jio j:iI one
of "t. L of t!t:em" o Lta.y iat houth'
and taiL<- 'il.. of.
As it \ii, <* ,'<- .-'tt off, blithely nechl.
nirln. with her criL'Li'lng dross done(
up in a tuni liet- aul c.irriid under hleir
aIrmn. S,,nw'i'tmi :;.i, tilro.ugli their' t'e erosl-
ty of her eplo; ei', Lihe wouiil return/
with a nlunh -l'rgir i iudle. 8uir.h oc.a
slon.i wir, gala ig'i.hits, and Mrs. Mce
Giuuls could hardly wait to got honr
andi open the- wVripliiigs on the kitebel
tathle. There woulil be cutfs ind sot-l-
and trousers as good as Lew for M.
McGinnls. and such walsts and ski9 s
for herself that shb was able to set t e
styles for the whole neighborhood.
Her only near rival lu this was i s.
O'ShaZuuessy, whoi appeared one S a-
day lu a red plush bat nodding w.h
green plumes. Tljhe following xw0ek
Mrs. Mv.Giuinis weit to church id a
pink satin waist that had once Wleen
the bodice of a ri-.,.tlou gown. It was
elaborately trimmed wi\h chiffon and
artificial rosebuds and bad elbow
sleeves which displayed Mrs. McGln-
nis' muscular arms, ruddy from mqch
contact with strong suds. Yet if there
was anything ludicrous In the pictijre
she presented she was entirely uncon-
selous of It, and the gorgeousness, of
her apparel settled her supremacy as a
leader of fashiblon.
But the feud between herself and
Mrs. O'Shaunessy still continued. Mrs."
O'Shaunessy used to strut up the aisle
"for all the wurruld like an owld hen"
with her numerous progeny trailing
behind her, and she would shoot a
glance over her shoulder at Mrs. Mc-
GinnJs. Were not large families just
as stylish as pink satiu waists?
One eveigla Mrs. McGinnis came
bhole with A larger bpqdle than usual.
VNM S116- m h- -. A 11


V5UVrs, it 8 a Awhole new- wururoue
we'll be having," she said breathlessly.
"I'm that excited I can hardly cut the
strings! Here's waistcoats for ye, Pat,
and some neckties and a.folne silk hbat.'
Falx, you'll look like the mayor him-
self in It! And hltre's a dress for me.
Silk lined it is too! Oh, It's myself
that will make a fine rustle when I
pass that O'Shaunessy ivoman! And
maybe there's a waist to go with It!"
"Is It this ye mean?" said Pat, and
held up something that neither of them
had noticed-a small tbliack velvet suit
with lace ctiffs aud a wide lace collar.
There were little black silk stockings,
too, and patent leather slippers with
gilt buckles.
Mrs. McGinnis looked at the outfit
speechlessly.
"Ye might sell it," said her husband.
"Indald, and I'll not," said Mrs. Mc-
Ginnis.
"Ye can give it to Mrs. O'Shaunessy,
then." hazarded P t. 'Twill fit one of
her youngsters."
"Is It out of your mind you are?"
cried Mrs. McGnlunis. "To think I'd be
giving this stilt to the lolkes of them!
What would her r:-d helidail spalpeens
be doing with a lace cullar and cuffs,
I'd lolke to know?" And Mrs. McGin-
nis buorted indiguautly. To her' mind
these clothes were meant for a priuce-
lla, and unoe but a princeling should
wear them.
That iuiiht, as she lay sleepless, she
was haunted. by, vicious of a little fig-
uir<, In a ,liaLk velvet bult. Now he sat
by the kithebon table, his falr hair shid
!ng nundr the launilight; now he was'
walking by her side to church, so aris-t
tocratle .that nuoa of the tribe oft
O"Shauuns-.y could, hold a candle to
him. SudlenUly ungusned longings and 1
teudernesses bhe au to stir. She won-
dered how it would seem to have some,
one to cuddle In th th.Ui'f, t fI
A- 1-- .j
would he 'toot. she thought, t6o .e
him in the Luorultug and see his face'
all w-arm and flushed with slumber. his,
curls in a tamule about his neck. Later.
when he was ul-l'-r, he would go to
school and stand tir:it iu bisicltis, while-
the little O( ;IaUtu',.s would ble ~l
ways, alw~:. adt ithe I' ot.. Aud. tsoot li.,l
by this pl-m-.imt r.-tle.ti.i. Mrs. M.-
Ginnis t'll ;:!i.-ei,. Yet evtui her dr..-l.-.
were br.)';.'. 1 %y tIhe- Iat:.'r of tilny fI-t
in patent Ikl. th r Htli.'ers with gilt hu-
ales.
With Il'tnilug (dUI it? r I "h V .
Width iorulwq ( ta L a rI, -.) \ it \I
4he did n t -. t 1it to luiip..rt t:, I ', ,'
:inul y ): The -.t r' .:,l.:tely off
her quest,. *_4 r 'nI'li a kttir f''mal thim
')rlst in oi. han o iil ]Jre---s -!;t 'tc,
a the othii-r. T'le s te.'r ::t St. M -.'
al'ret's Or) ',in p a-.11 ,in \i:l; a'-ciustoni
,d to many srt:'tli.r,, r surely Iiio-W \ .-.', i-.'r I or"o ;,-t, lsi' k
ug thaun Mrls. *. >- :i jl' ,lin:u.in for g
boy toT't a black velvet suit! As to his
age or pare-ntnge Mrs. McGinnis did
not seem to (cart'. So long ais the unit
fitted that was all bhe asked.
Then followed a strenuous half hour
for some of the little orphnus. There
were many boys of a-,sort.ld sizes.
There were thin boys and fat boys,
dark boys and fair boys, but a good !it.
seemed hopeless. Mrs. McGlnnls
watched the proceedings with a trou-
bled eye. "Look ;it himu." she would
wall. "IIe's that chunky he'll be
bursting the se.tii, If he moves an


at ho
full of e
even one
throat .ai
velvet sO
"I'll b4
thanks," i
In charge,
that fits 1
even as 1i
fore her 1
dream-blI
of gold-o
n checked
velvet.
The child
McGinnis,
love and
Such a h
was one
velvet sui
been venc

McGinnt
MeNorai
It was.


o more asylums, with no
i Despair settled down
9ts the surprise she had
O. 'Shaunessy never to
o b home baffled and do-
all e'i the son-

'tLese tugged
he orIld seemed so
likht, and there was not
^faer! A sob rose In her
i9. began to fold up the

ling you with many
,alid huskily to the sister
there's not wan of them
pult at all, at alll"\ And
poke there appeared be-
_Vislon of her last night's
tyed and with crisp curls
!4bis child was dressed in
ham pinafore Instead of

Filed engagingly at Mrs.
! felt a great wave of
ag sweeping over her.
f a boy! Here at last
'would fit uot only the
a niche that had long
her heart.
name, dear?" said Mrs.
rly.
-the child.
all the answer Mrs.
pected, and the good
Wt there was a wist-


fwuinh ii'.

at?" s~-B my little gurril, dar-
t:e t:i t Norah finally arrived
eth as' lighted as his wife., He
little el never seen a "prettier
te Sunda ni The next morning was
Sunday a McGinnises entered
chwarcin at late, Pat in the lend,
wearing.4 silk hat and stepping
'very rs. McGinnis next.
moving 1 notable rustle, and by
her side utlful little girl whose
i hlace i'coat, heavily trimmed
with lad e~e~a the admiration of all bte-
holders. as a day of triumph for
wors. w" is. She beamed on the
whla w' .She eveu beamed on Mrs.
O-tlatIy when they met face to
face on t churchh steps.
.-The. ~Af the morning to you, Mrs.
O'Shauaei( t McGinIs.
..It's we-I t?' quoth M rs. ,I
"it's we you're looking this fine day.
anm aL-'f.amily. Shure, It's a large
one, the.0no denying It! But (with a
glance Q'ide at Norab) It's myself
SquanJt ays preferred quality to
quantity n'':




TIE'S

"-ECISION

^a' a Wright Hanson

190a, by l'tnp Spragin
_6
bung Cs were -troubled as she
hung recel -r.
I"n'. Bertic," she mused, tak-
oat, cap and goggles and
I I ii .. stairs. "Exactly
like n "This morning we were to*
speIndk last afternoon sailinuL; at
noont'li sout a messenger to say
be hi aged his..mind and would
come' 0 automobile; now be tele-
phoneas t "we will go on our wheels
to othe oods."
"LUa t .as water, but handsome as
a klng,- i-(,t to be," was her thought
a few nim e later. They were walL-
leng do -fie garden path to thei bi-
cycles re inag at the gate.
"Here' a fower for you," he said
gays', -lng to pick a pelargonlumn.
"Fitting A bol of you Is this Marlia
Wash I. Not a bit high toneid, btll
smlllngc l e on the rich and the io,,r:
delicate, y colored, but sturdy for nil
that, mY artha."
She e' -ded absently to his chit-
ter. Sh ;hs glad he did n.,t se(.-a to
expect I.1oh of. her lu the waV of


couversal

why I c
They h
ed dow
places a
to the I
where a
kiss the
redwood
gracee'
sunshine
and (qul
lighteuoi
into Beu
..\vhy,

some ti
best rix
all,-. n'1
w a ry q
lawnyx vwi


-ynrt
ment


savage.j
might ri
"Do .3
who ch l
many t
day?
Bertle, .
can one,
prove ot
liam Tel
took ak
ice:' neA
travels'&
"Don't
"Probawl
but jusi
than a
If B<
or It h
would
him
kept
words
whit-
not bea
Wash


meant
fla4h
del'I. i
fo0.
can pro


e you have I b,'O w,-riinl>'r :n
ged my nD inl1 .1s. or't,'ln."
'.walked tip bill ai'l \\he.l-
them anrd over the. io\el
ailonga' the e.ol sh:uly luitha
yoods. Thby \wer\ ittli-i
reamiet I.-aIpid ft.,'.irl t.,o
t' of itt- *tei u-4; \hr,. ti,.
gave o t a o<.thiiId- ''.>-
.W Ptops awa;y wais ;irisiA
i4t he're .-h:t N Marti:'a l't-ul.u:-i. heirn-t
b le saiilvd \lisouinely

Queried.
a im golni to i-uk von
i- waut'-d to cht.buose the
it. This i.A t h e'st of
tlOi -d'd I \vaa4 you to
artbha, to; ii1Lht tnI ad go
or inot go :i ay. I doi't





i 1 'ror- lte coaipll-
H ik yoa.' for the oiler."
Sws bite. he was
phe hald hb. t him. He
little of her suffering.
tik l w:ILt a hburband
his mind on Ut suliject as
is there are hours in a
)lea'RlIn'e is the.'r. ln you,
on, anud whut ca. lidence
.iVe were to rendi to In-
ds. You -h,.-g.au with \Vil-
lihe arrow scene; then you
Rr in 'Mercihaut of Vein-
thought Burton Holmes'

-tha," Bertle Interrupted.
tall thauk you some time,
I can't stand any more
pathic dose."
Iad got furious with her
cried-she felt as if she
ye been surprised to see
I a girl-she could have
alng him with her n'harp
.to have him quiet and
twas something she could
lirs dropped on the Martha
in her cold hand.
me, dear; I didn't mean"-
mne, Martha; -I think you
#ly what you said. In the
p words I see *what I won-
rfalled to discover hereto-
.Athere a saying that if you
L,.'diasnose n case the curre


i-sun i man l- 4,' Iuy-r ma4
r ekxe t .ourr nvor. MaIrtha "
ShRi' -,o>! bher heb'a'l.
"I can't h;ive auy f;'ith in you. Bertle
'.ut after all ,you are not to bi.ume
u'ou '-.u't be- differteut. There are to.,
wany odds against you. It's horell

well. Gom ,,et o y ou
forces pulling In oppn it, rell 1s
Thpn your fortune staInlkD In your way-
n.-1 even y mir naimen. 1'.>l (.an never
expect a Napoleon of a Bertio."
""Cau any gold conte oudt of Nnza
;.eth?" he sahl bitterly. "B:it you re-
inmmber the> be-l d id come out of Naza.
reth. If you ca.red. for n e"-
"'I care, Brtlp. if that's any eons.lan
don. I could w ilt year- for yo)u, but"-
"Well, that's enough. Bertie tlirenv
lip h's cap and tuclhit It as It camni
lown. The rc1 ea' ne back into bi-
-nm ..oth hu,-'ks. "No'v. I ill faro, f- rth
into ilie world and bh-ow ."ii what a
'n.i ,'s r. lll -..111 i4o li spite of o u hei'c.litv
,til n~:r!-, 4,"y all]d all tIl ro.t. You'll
se&, Mnhil M.iarith."
This stiddln chliant'e of spirit was st,
like variable Plei tie that Martha
hig!ie 1.
'"I'm sorry I enin't encourage you."
It wvi. n year before ut'vs camne from
th" ab~-nt Bprtle. Miarths mnilit have
Inqm-irod from his friend s in helr owL
eity. bmt she w'as too proud.i. He had
turne.l frolu her as lightly. as easily.
as h.- h:id nl'.v'nys flitted from ofl
walkOshr--ftb-ttwj.II. _

.b he wvr'te tetrg on him ':. 1 she slpeni
Per days among he r flowers and ho )k-
-mil ift hLe- n!'ts were not alway
LpeI --1il she gave ano n inl.
.\t tie .u%- r'. lend a: tlhik paet!e;t en(- u
o her. V 'ih i nervous. ir-ritbli ixhasit'
he tore off string and p:lptr aun
'r.-u:zht 'forli P.'rtie'a dilary.
". r.-1 to tlikI'. iI, la htgl htim." .Fhi
)1.,',; i .t-. .In.' l In, h -_r nii jtu on t r.'

lI_., 1:..,1 ; '\.,n '.,''lih hini t,, '.".v Y orl
$ 1 1 .. hi '- I l I I, 1 i l ,I l -. ', ; I ll' -", '.-
Ii .t t t ) till In ti r p,'l i .\ ,m!' it t 'il ,
y.veir Ihuil g,,is. 1I- L..,1 < v -ht srv ,.
iIiim 1 li n e ::,1 ,',- i,. -.. -, :l ',, h ,'li '.

L,... '.. .1 ti l i 11 :1. ..; 1 . .. , in .

I,.i ai t l 1 1,." ,.tiil .. "" n i i ,'- ii ,.. 1 ,t


...hi. .

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1~ 1.-. t. . u


S u ai nia \ _. I .' '
1 ;1' : L l v'l ltitl ''," \ y l *'' 1l1 ,
_ 'iili ;.'. I l, ..V I .- I

il ii lh '-il. '
"i a 'i en hei ,, 1 '. ': ,iL t :'.i.'-i. 1' i ,

Il'al i I i."'" .i;ii li.. \, . .1 -
in-; o _',1 ,! -i. l i t \ .. . a
wri. : ;; !ii i,*i\ I' ." 'n '\ I ih I'
. -y III ' '. : ; -u. : i ..
1 '.10 I .t W .. t i 4'. ': ,,.
l i i- : *. i .1 .i i "' ,
o n e l.i ir i;, "i i 1, i- i i ,, i i ;
AMlL e .. i i i o '- .
i u I te' I. I. it Ii; ui .
twn. f' '. 'f. '. i'."
Afie.r th.,t w.t s wa hO I t, o it: i'; --
the rui .: r ;;:. ilt. ( t) l l it.-t I ,.
Int.- I:. :'t.e .. I I i li. 1 t :
M ;l !:i, ::.u ;, ,1. I f l I I -
A'IOL1 .0 1!v li L.i t [1 :i tr e i. IQ '.;.' V i.

. O t i r.i :i i ,i i. -' I T !
(J ia r y >i ni t .. ] ir il i n ci' v' l .. ,.< I '

t-o -I 'J I t i l, I :
!Oe i: ii 'i' r. I rf u !i ,'. I i ,i' i'L I
w as f l'l, l.' i f ir, t I t '
the sI .lu-ir I -t -t' ;, ,'1 1 it
tO lqu 'td .''Ih- it -ll i 1 .
.Shei W.ould ji.' i. i ,.
uous yt-liu o, .- i.'- u.li .. a 1 I. 'r
M ,y tha if n l, i i .. Ii u Ii
E '. 1',' I[I b , -T it r -.s M *'N '., ,. ;,',
Sl.'rt. Iu i 'ot l' Ii : .," 11 a i
h i9 \v i:3ii l., .t[ ., _' LI iilii J i.
h .,r'-d ity 1' .,l ,-':i i',
I. .-i Il i .a :i .I' .' . r rtha Z .k, I
trV nil lii.. iI i '. t i' ,
thiL. le :-;j v. ttI i I u to.
'rile nl -\',, c ht t., 0 ~ ; .[ L-
gihv lh 'n' |l. :, l -.lni r t .- ; .,l.
I t \ I I 'A .i- l !.,.; ,i. i ,' lhi.i .
t i l l M r I '. I .. i i. 1 i t ,
look t ih' ,ll i- I .... ,I t s t i :, ".'
si l .ru !s le. .. \ .I d i ..,i I: :, .. .' ..
a I.i r ..-l i v' .n ....1 ' .'. i>-i
H O 1I rllti ih.;l I .L".- I, i' 1 ti .ii\ t,
troeleIly we-,al. iYou jiiali. -L' lihii Ilia
not for I c .- '."
-"Hw .di l he gt-t thi- t'v --.:" M.tirtk
qu \. L 1.
"-0 v,.-: -. orl 1 1r I'it"- i v.,. ti It 1
w". l r1 i i I. i I hr l Id
w as ii t a i '- in.;. .' i 'r \o ..
reply that in : :.i. 'i. l. - il.l t
a vae.atiou L. T ., i .:.- i.- r .t -
r i y .' ?a' tlu \.a..... ; L.i i. i.t ;.-. v. '-
o: ni.i' rk f.o:r t o i.I i, -. I. I, .:I r w\l: i
the weathbr. Or .. i l r- i- a;u.%y t,
au I ldea Mr. D ait Ia s:i'hi i- li \ 'r nit \\
hLS eitl;ll."
Tho una'e's .t i *', Lven ,;i "" t i Mt :'!ar-
tfm's treliu liU g. i;;,. lu hd !,' .. iL..'t,.


"h it whm nu I :t !::.-t.( 2Mrt!-i w iv s by l:rr
lover'a siLide. .:]e '1 ije' w tLer of the
two.
"I felt all ay tbht you'were _<. onhit-,
deir," bie said l ihr-tly. "You ha\t e
walt'.il or nime h:I \ in 't you?" i''
F ir'.-.''-ly r.-tr', I -: l .-1 '.*< <.'io ; her liinim.-r' ut si; e lidi. her bLiit on
dBia tie's Iill wiO'., lnI hIL wavs cionUtent.
lNext lny tb .-y raii.d tho .codi.'ng of
tho niuiiStir \,i I prayer book und
ring.
i i l a(li'i;i r .1 .
V erily t.li' ,l it. y I *f !,:,l, t p..-.'1s-r',-
E Soloinn. inll H .0 i u'r.., i uf I.n ( If" hr
ningi.-tra-t,- s. I ,, 1. tlh,- I I rI i;,i:i .I'r
of Ia vill. g in ;i clist rin ovr n dl kIil.ld a ,,.,-o. 'i l.-.
ow nr of th., I-,'r.l c d iitn'l,.',l 3 miark-
chlan..ig-- Th.-h c. ryr- t th,-;i. b nt 2 ampile.
'T -ie case<.. c.I;lI, I ,'or. th .e h'!il-f" rim -
kIstr.t. w t, > %vh, i'.v. hi)i wis,;vm t aS
folh lo' s: "'1"1., il: iut!iT dcflir'-,I t tlint if
p:ii,; 3 P.:irlk h. w ill niak, njt vl:li'
for the.' 1 il .)-_'. Tb'o ,ofn1 f 'lit.
wv-lj i- w\illi-_ t > paIy 2 n;irl;s. li o
i !.,'t.> .- h 'in ( ;i.n i ) l. te I.,o.ly of 11 .
g'- .-, [' f..,rl.int. hand mn 2 n,:'rks.
i'.> .'1. i i' i.'; l '1 t .ii l ni.. th h -.-.', -o ."
\'l,'L, i,,-0 11h li,1 ol.cy .'d Ils con, m niii.la
lh0.' |r.,,lu,'>du 1 nimirk ,rut of n.b pocket
.uI ,l lj.indl-d all ihre, to the plaintiff
f., *',,.-., he k,'pt for himself anil
,,'" Ii '*-s nte It with lhe go,-,d dijii-"-tion
xrli.'lb i ontes from the knowledzlge. uf
trivii,: pleased everybody.


RS W. 1G. MITCHELL

UGS, MEDICINES and TOILET ARTICLES.

COMMERCE ST EAST OF WARE'S STORF




Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity.

DR. W. G. MITCHELL, PROPRIETOR,


u -nr. Hims professional Services to the Citizens of St, Andrews ane
Surrounding Country. -
lavy boe c,,l at his resience o n a avenne at night.


RACKET STORE.

ANI) CITrY I TAUJiANT!

Corner of Bayview and Wyomin Avenues on Bay Front.

Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
W\hat yon c:,'l find at any other Stoe, come to tihe R A C K E 1
S T O R E aMi ig.t.

Hot Meals at All Hours of the Day.
millllil,,lllililliu. Cuip of coffee, 5 Cts. 4- Clip of Tea, 5 .C

Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties



TH COLUMBIA GARDEN PLO/V N.

Thi,;s t e latest. almi ltost .- npl tti-tf--
Hantl lowv for working plants in the garden "tr1 -
ssell-?liljnstlillhe; the weight the block tof
which the blade is attached keeps it in, he
ground, and the depth of plowing is regulated
I.by, lifting thle handles. A boy or girl of. ten
y-.it \ ",an handle it with perfect ease. It has a'
"2-im-unli stf...I wheel, the height of which 'makes
the plow light of draft. It has five blades: I s
Ita rtuilag l mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweepor weeding
I] ,ih. o, i a hbull-ton.zue, 5 a rake. Wrench

Sh c- iml o'-ve made arrangements by
waich i an furnuih this plowi a
th.. th,' a'ety pri-ce, 3.75 wilh .


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h-'I In-, Stom.A n(Il ewu, lD'ay hthO I Itmwtv doII;ihuama, ruin,-raL'tie lI, w, de Ilvqr,.d
1 .510. lBut ti-o 1VON' W d0 loIt- tlI.-t tt rm11t.11n t, iS umo i %%ilsend the j-if
L1tat %11-111 aid Iii'tildi- ihmii' of thuct' laov.., t(Iplvll~ie atri heI.e rcteryfor $4.Fu
u Iv a -4 t~.-r to'Iyf rt:ig hLi
The IplwIOWI;Iau\be seen iin o0ertulifin i4'I :1 ho't r~i~uc~idfcyue alu ututI Ti


Mtillonn' iurlnl Place.
\Vlhen Mi.roun d. I1 ...l : )v. 8. 1,174,
lit was. buried in t. G l,'., (Cripple-
ga:t.. -yav thilT I.li : t 'u TaItllr, tloaghb
bi.s IiI'I,,i % 'i;r.' d -tr.i',' it,1 in l IT'JO,
It i ; ..: l. :1 J. t It '1 not ., l.to 'l-l' ili
nowv \\h r,> li .',Lia lly hI,;. i"arlh.Tr
'. ll it .' utic rl.ili.'iy s.- L. to Ia>c e.(-
ii;._ I, . \ uli-tr.' .;i.iiI.ly tells us:
"Ills stone is nov,' Ietuio)'t. ; about two
yp.ire. sunci (no ii I l i l two .teppies
tit Inll' <'1-JI!tllu liiMu .>ll lllt ,\ ',.% lj;,'ij

S l. \ L i-u lt i!i..- I :;L o g..Z'l at
" 6J ;'A t I'." i1s .i.g p .t1 n. m. sria.' .
Ft. G .-i ~l t.in:! 1- v'-3ti,.i)Ltly., f R% wi1o^ lifit-hivw (vb pLLr'' ofilill-
t u. Iti ,. ,:i i. r. in .oJo-
mew clo-e, lh:tt hi !.\ 1- i.I ;aft the
rto.-ttln- tl l luie w-i imr.Ionedil; quite
t' ..:-, Ii .A1<;,rI, .; 1J s-L .tt. 'lat ihe
tm k thi' pettyy (;:i'rdi.ii h;':.mi-4 t the
iud of i a. i n 'ati ." t L .: i l' l his
stu.'.i.-, 1'ii g "ti.a' ;iii .t"- t sirItI.'nt in
Loam. ,>u"-t.x,-'ll!it f .1 1:." studies no
dolu! iut i'wo.i. ili r.t'o.i-ii for the
dfl'!t I:. h fm-i, ,t!us 'yotuug wife.-
Loaid:.ia ( hir .iah.l.

A Ilo"11.-'1 l!ip'i!as and Feet.
The l. ir.'. i'tulr [ ts hils bh'eil on the
rTouii.J, -jr t.-I-Uc tiLh- ball of his foot.
l(t' -'lit ls uip ou thie very tips of his
o<.:. n iJ ti i.- il l:.im rt, the rea uii
hei. I <:IL tIrt :o ft.i-t. [Dobbin's beel.t
,ire h11lf w.;y up ii. i: hima I \l'g-. anud what
we\\'o 11 his kI e.'s are really his wrists.
The l,.i rtt em*;-, l lnai ing to the uIpilei
arm i- -Iltt1 t !-:l '.I is so '.) ll'ti.1led iii thel
'.ii.c'.- oftt tlt.- shouililhhr that the elbow
,-omil.s unexi-t the lrly. but the horse lihai
I lly one lgitl to ench liub, and the
wrist l,:'ut.a r"n ) (.ainll);irn tl\ ey smrull.
riih' entille iuankle, tlh'n, is thr
kiin il:k. v.litr tit dillgit J..Ilns tlh 1 bh iil
or the i.omt anid the "t'foit" is only n
single tLi.tk I'..-r ,_r tre, with a r'romt
nail f .r 1 ,-f. The Iow.r half oaf the
lih rse'' l fi trr-'. -r is really a gigliantic
hand, with oIly tihi mnid.lle tiInTog'r aud
a phv.-, tout ,f thli inlill i of the liali.
while tlhe : -.)orresponitaIg part of his
bind 1--g is a big, single toed foot.-St.
Nicholas.


ia


r"'r '' :1 ; ->" *"'*r'' :, "in I ov ',r .".
I'Ot'--"-.li tIw.t ivoian.n .n ; bi -oktore-: ,
"I :"'" i : a pr'tvy I) iiok?". -
.. .l :i fi; 1 ,, ;r , .
-"('011 1---.1'
"I ,iall -',** Ell-i would lik'" -that." -,
l'h-r t' t Il- h.-rk. "I'll take this book," a .'
A thi- 'l.r-ik wa..s wrrpnping it. uppl. i -"
ii,.ld: "'.'.'hit is~ It. by tho ..way?
IlI' il I o.'"- I;'.toun Reord.


it 'or'w:I]% o <:p ce"I that-
o." f Cir ivie' .:"'cee can rt, u a llt ;
'.. ; ..... I' t f "'- Y :Ct fao
d."C l ,I n' ?en! e


mi tb.h i -., + t. ty p I v) i' ecI 6r.e.


.-- li fer bi n ~'~~I te .
"P,. ... ':.t,. i-' f a -l.u mnarrrpcl ethe ---.'

** I'- a any intentions In that


tr ain't? Then wiy I il -s It punis ilve -
,eIn l Inhand all i the seat of Lord-
11ole che-n': tSuf intention originate t
.ilth from."- wich.o Tribune. existing

drawbridge fe Sbeenene.d every night ,-
"Poverty's no crime."allow the custom to -
"ecot int? Then why s it punse exam-
by hard labor?"--Cleveland Leader.

e of ated Hose In Engleds atd.
oHelmlnharee Hall ss the seat of Lord
sollemache in Suffolk, about eight by
nilles from Ipswich. The existing
drawbridge has been raied every night :
for the past 300 years, and the present
owner dot fs not allow the custom tossed
become obsolete. Another is a ne exam-
pil of a nla ted house is Leeds castle,
albout thr,:e mil-s southeast of Mald-
stoi.-, in Keutt, which, surrounded by,
Its moat, ,r'in almost a lake crossed
by a .-iulj lirild-e. There is a fine moat
at WV.ll., in .,mnersetshlire, where the
epb:
    jal p..hiee, an ancient castellated '- *
    mantitia, is surrounded with walls In-
    cl,'-iih iatw rly su.:,vii aI' .s of ground.
    Tli.s no>:tt Is .-tnitliti., with water from
    St. Audlrew's well.-Londou Standard. '


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