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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: September 6, 1906
Frequency: weekly
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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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VOL. XVL



-OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
';::i. V &enator-lst district, S. R. Mal-
"-,- lory, Pensacolq; 2d District, J. P.
Tallafero, Jacksonville.
b _ipresentativea-lst Distrlct S. M.
'-asitrkman, -Tampa; 2d District,
:ta k. COlark, Lake City; 3d District,
.i Lamar, Tallahassee.
ahd Office-Register, W. G. Robln-
-nson;- ,ecelvert, H. S. Chubb, Gaines-
4 ''(tH-.Go0ernor, 'X. B. Broward; Sec-
''qitrry, i C.rawtord; Treasurer,.
K q,. qfe .."tttrney-General, W.
t ot Iastruc-
m ,-r. B.. [!, -


rw; Treas rer,ouOiaW. Howell,
,rodii; 4'ax Assessor, J. W. Bowen,
-' :' s~-' tp, County Superintendent, B.
Gainer, Watsau; Surveyor, Thes.
C'' .ollins, Vernon; County Commis-
Salooners, P. F. Swindle, Vernon; A.
L. Harrill, Chipley; J. M. Porter,
'- confiida; J. H. Wesley, Point Wash-
ington; Elton Singleton, Nixon.
St. Andrews-Justice of the Peace,
John Sturrock; Notaries. W. A. Em-
S- imons, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk,
\ Circuit J.ourt, W. A. Emions;
School Directors, G. W. Surber,. Sr.,
P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis-
tress, Zadle H. Ware.
Panama City- Postmaster, Taylor
Poston,
iLHiIville- Post master. Henry Bovis
Constable, J. H. Daffin,
Parker--Postmaster and Notvry Pubbec.
W. H. Parker.
Oallaway-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
Baunders-Postm aster, R. Peters.
Allanton-fPostmaster, AndreW Allan.
Anderson-Postmaster, S. W. Ander-
son.
West Bay---Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
Uay-P'ostiistti-s-. Mrs. ft. Gay.
,. Tropkius-PLos.tiaster, Emery Tomp-
kins.
Bayhead-]Postmaster. 0.. C. TompKins.
.Xook--losltnasicr, J. .1. Fowler.
.Wkppop-l'osiii l tress, Mrs. Dyer.
Murfee--Postmaster, James M. Murfee.

,. Clhooun countyy Cromauton-Postwas-
ter. Nora Hoskins.
"I- Farmd-ale-Piostuiaster, W. F. Wood-
f lord.
: THE MAILS.
The northern mails, tia, Auderson,
,' Gpy, Bay Head and Chipley departs
Seery day except Sunday at 3:00
So'lock a. .u.i arrlFps every day ex-
.* pt tSuday at 7:15 p. Va.
je ya manil for [arrison, Mlliville,

aadiBKal-aiid Witappo leaves St.
*Andrews every morning except Sun-
faj at ,5:30 o'clock, arrives, eomiug
at 7 o clock p. p.

.aptiat-Claurchl Wyoming ave. front-
.lug Park St. Services at 11 a. in. aundi
:-;o p. m. Sunday School every Sti
S lay at 10 a. m. Rev. C. L. Joyner,
pastor.
l. kintnodist Episcopal-Church Wasti.
ington ave. and Chestnut st Sundaty
school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday.
itev. J. NM. Conway, pa-lor.
Iresbyleriani-Church coruer Loralins
Ave. and Drake St, Rev. 0. C. Dol-
'phy,'pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. ni. every Sunday. Jolin Stur-
rock, Supt.
Catholle-Chlorch corner Wyoming
Ave. and Foster St.

Parker Lodge No. 142
A F. & pA. j.

CRSatii s Oil lio liilti
ai'at iIid Satuiday
in eaeh mioithi.
\Vi'sititng iirotliers
FRATERNALLY INVITED.
W. H. PARKER, W. NM.
W. A. EuMMos.Sec.retary

BUSINESS DIRECTOR i.
W. A. EMMONS,
.' .Dputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notary
Pub.id- for 'the State at Lagge; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
affidavits,. legas lize. acknowledg-
-iUn.tsl, tc,, anywhere in Florida.
Special attention given to land con-
qnces and marriage ceremony per-
lawfully, qualified parties.
pe oy-Ofice, St. Aidrews
S .... .... . . .


7-^bqtary PulAic lor. State at large. Of.
S~e 'coknoer of Loraine ave-
6d m. i'.Hanati st, All Notarial
work solicited 'and given prompt at-
teution. -. "
A. E. REGISTER,
-Notary Public for the State of Florida
at Large. Attends to all -matters
pertaining to Notarial work. Office
at J R. qhomoson's stoart-, Bay front,
and Washington ave., St. Andrew,
Fla.
DIE. W. G. MITCHELL.
'Physician and Druggist, Commerce St.,
: east of Bayvie"v, offers his profes-
slonal servi-es to the citizens of St.
Audrews and vicinity. Residence on
Buena Vista avenue.
DR. J. J. KESTER,
Homoeopatbie Physician and Accou-
Scbeur. Oklice Pioneer Drug Store,
W. H. PARKER,
t"otary Purul'e for the State of Flor-
Ida at Large. Office at Parker, Fla.
Conveyancing aud payment of taxes
,,for non-tresidents, specialties.
co.dstMtit Ad vice.
-"A woman should always depend on
h ter husband for advice," said the de-
.Vtedl wte.
T*'Ye's," answered the visitor, "but it
does grow monotonous not to get any
Sa..:rvl.7 except to economize."-Wash -
SSagton Star.


ST. ANDREW, FLI


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

Entered Sept 3, 19l 2, at St. Andrew,
Fla., as second class matter, tinder
Act of Congress of March 3,1879.


WILLIAM A. EMMNNONS,
PROPRIETOR.

Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
month.- Position and extraordinary
condition rates subject to special
aeveement. r-."
"6 Drift," 5o pep line nrst ifier-'
l Aubftuenfc. Di alav


qUs.ravltuU WunvuU ppre "ana mSnt swo
or three extra numbers' will be sent
you that no break may occur should
you oboose to renew.

DEMOCRATIC TICKET.


Election, Tuesday, Nov. 6, 19060.
For Member of Congress, 3d District.
W. B. LAMAR. of Jefferson.
For JIsitices of the Supreme Court,
CHAS. B. PARKHILL,
of Escambia.
JAS. B. WHITFIELD, of Leon,
For SLate Representative.
W. B. LASSITTER.
For T.ax Assessor,
J. J. WILLIAMS.
For Tax Collector,
W. B. GAINER,
For Treasurer.
H. B. TILLER.
For Countmy CommiEsioner,
First Dist-J. A. McDONALD.
-Ad Dist--A. L. HARRELL
3d Dist,-S. L. -DAVIS.
4th Dist,-P. N. HUTCHISON.
51h Dist.-W. I. SINGLETARY.
For Membe, r School Board,
First Dist.-J. H NELSON,
^i D.ist -G. B. HUSH.
31 Dist.-S. J. GAINER.
-----__
It BUNCOMBED, .
Thle a'iiniti ration sop thrown to
the "iiiganized lab,i lobby in con-
aocli.i,. with the eight-honr labor
law anid government contracts is dis-
cjvrIed to. be pI)incipally wind, The
D[e.,aitment of Justice demonstrates
dhat the laws of 1,92 and of 1894 oni
the isbjLct have ntl been changed by
TiinM iant D 'suggests that' congress
is tlie bid)y ehlirgeI with making and
changiing.theo laws.-Southern Farm
S ag, ziIIi.

IMPROVING SCHOOLS.
The Sontn Carolina Womian As-
sociati,,i for the lmpiroven.ein of Rn-
Ial SoChiols has offered 10 prizes of
U10J each to schools that shall have


iunae the most decided improvements
as to lIcal taxation, co'isolidation,


new oiildinus, libraries, interior de- July 1, 1906.


coration.s beautilyinig yards and better
genecial equipment between April 1
and Noucmber 15 this )ear.-Soilh-i
ern Fanm Magazine,

THE SUNNY NORTH.
The record ol 40 peibsns dead and
many others prostatled by the heat
at New Yoik in thiee days is indi.
rectly a sti ik ing tribute to the Sou h
as a iuimmer reso t.-Southein Farnt
Magazine.

THE AGE OF A HORSE.
.The age of a horse is most easily
deteimind by' the ends of the teeth.
At four years the horse has his per-
matent front teeth At five there are
deep, black cavities in top of all low-
er nippers. At Nix those-cavities dis-
appeari, u the two center lower nip-
peis. Two niore lose thdir cavities
each year to the eighth, and then theo
t)v- cquntr upper ,uipjqira, lose their
" -,. | H L : .. -.l .- .'..t ..,.-:


REPORT


OF BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 4
INGTON COUNTY. FL'ORIDA,
For the Year Ending June 35th, 1906.'
July 2. 1905. For school lots................ .....,....... -
new buildings ...... ......... .........
tepaire............ .. ........... .....
funniture...... ............. ..
apparatus......................
rent.. ..... .. ...................
Sincidentals..... ...........
salaries of teachers ..................
salary'of Superintendent............-.
per diem and mUeage of School Board
commissaton. of. Treasurer. .. .....
pitin finnc atatemeutad -:o,
.,--.. .. iow ent* _pet,"..-oJBoai-and-_ t.


F

It


wSpIe .u.. vA wJo, to.une arin '
Aug. 7, 1905. By amount of A C Oroom tai 'redemption. i
u" it on school fund..
SState 1 mill tax..,
J R Thompson, tax levy 1904.
IL il 1905.
polls 1903 ..
S" i1904 .... .
iL 1 1905....
C C Gunn. supplement to Chi
ley school...................
examination fees ............
W J Parish. lease on timber.', .
A C Croom, telegraph line..
J D Parish, error in acet.. .
July 1, 1806. To cash on hand to balance................ ,2

$24,47t'
July 1. 1906. By cash in Trersurer's hands..............
We hereby certify to the above as being a correct rert of~
ments and receipts of the Common School Fund for the yer beg l
1905. and ending June C0th,ol906. G. B. BTSH.
Attest: L. H. HOWELL, Treas
B. F. GAINER. Sec'y and Co Supt.


July-1, 1905
Oct. 2.
Jan. 1.
April 2.
May 7.
July 1, 1906


July 1, 1906

July 2, 1905
Jan. 1.
April 2.
May 7.
July 1, 1906



No. warrant
29
4(r
46
56
59


It.


. Sub District Fund.
St. Andrew, No. 2.


By net cash brot dnwn ............. ...
To L H Howell commission ...........
A H'Rrake for repairs on building.
J W Bowen commission ...........
Chipley Banner, pub. ejection notice
John Sturrock, election expense....


By ami assessed 1905, $228 99, collected. 192 71
. cash on hand to ]bal...............

54*$365 34
. By net cash on hand to bal ............. 1 317 10
No. warrant. Point Washington, No, 3.
By net cash brot down... ......... 0 54
30 To I. H Howell, commission........... 3
47 J W Bowen, commission............- -
55 Chipley Banner, Dub. election notil 7
60 W H Wesley, election expen.e... 0
By amt assessed, 1905, $226 25, collected, 195.-40
To caa-h on hand to bal................. .
..-.. .- *, ^\^ .-' -',. r, !^^"B


July 1, 1906, ty net cash brot down....... ..........
.No. Warrant. Millviile. No. 4, .. "
July 1, 1905. By net cash brot down .... :..........-.
31 To L H Howell, commission.,............ -
Oct. 2, 39 Henry Bovis, on school buildipg.... 2'
April 2, 57 Chipley Baner, pub. election notice. '
amt of deficit to bal. ................
May 7, 58 Jacob Melvin, election expense......
By 'amt assessed 1905, $403 68, collected.. .
July 3 To Henry Bovis................ .........
1. cash on hand to bal............ ..... 33


By net cash brot down..................
No. warrant. Holmes Crock, No. 5.
By net cash broat down...............
39 To L H Howell, commission.......... ...
37 W C Lockey, for writ of demurrer in
R R cse................. .......
41 T L Richards, board of teAcher, ..... .
A44 > .


July 1, 1905
Sept. 4.
Nov. 6.
Dec. 4,
Feb. 5. .
July 1, 1906




July 1, 1905
Au8. .,
Oct. 2,
Nov 6,
Jan. 1,
Feb. 5.
Jan. 10,
April 2,
May 7.


52


.-


No. warrant
33
28
38
42
45
53
48
54


July 1 1906.


J H Williams, stovo piping............ .
District discontinued by default :
cash on hand to bal...................
iI


By net cash br'"ot down.............
t. Vernon, No. 6. '
By net cash brot forward...........
To L H Howell, commiseion.-..
Thomas Williams for repairs.....;i
M P Williams, work on well....
Parish Bros, ax and handle......
J W Bruner, hauling............
Parish Bros, lights for sash....
J W IBowen, commrseion......... ,s
Chipley Banner, pub. elect'n notice
E W Sapp, exp of trustee, electl0oV
By amt assessed 1905, $72 13, collected
To net cash on hand to. bal.....
-"* y


July 1, 1906. By net cash brot dow
No.'warrant. Tom pk ins, a
Jly1, 1905. "By cash brot for
.. 34 ToLH Howell,
'go^S:----H H*.^^ ^ OWse>


'smooth 0,I retain oiii a nirli bla Jitj.3:
1,1 1 A r -... .'t.- - - y..


UClaK specK. AiIIlo the age ot ten'tlie
length of the teeth and tushes must July 1, 1906.


be judged; even then the.age can be
determined only approximately.

KEEP COOL.
Thlie hot days we are now enduring
are awfully trying upon everybody
and care should be taken that bad
results do not follow." says an cli hot
weather" camipaigner. "In tlhe first


July 1, 1900.
No.
July 1, 1905,

Sept 4,
May 1,


place, undue activity in the sunshine July 1, 1906.


in the middle of the day, should be
avoided, and all heat-producing foods
'left off. Take life easy and cut out
worry. A few moments of rest a
long about noon in a cool place will
be very beneficial, and excessive use


July 1, 1906.
Attest:
B. F. GAiN


By amt as
To amt of


98 22

$28&33




$ 397 47
13
so
$685 80
S331 60


$98 '30


'SO6
3:i


U


?T. 6, 1906.


SIMPLE CURE FOR
NEURALGIA.
Here is simple method of curing
facial neuralgia: If the neuralgia is
ia the right side of the face the left
hand should be placed in a basin of
water as hot as can be -borne. Or i4
neuralgia is in the feft aide of the
,face then the right hand should be
placed id the hot water. It is asserted
that in this way relief may be obtain-
ed in less than five minutes. The
exptaaatijn is that the two nerves
WicbjiUyae the .greatest number of
E6ja d's ata.th e fifth and
fAs9 he.fibred of



the right nidi ofltu face, or if appli-
ed to the right hand will affect the
the left side of the face. Thisis ori
account of.the crossing of the cards.
-Indian Review.


SEEING A JOKE.
**metimes One May Be Discovered
Where It Doe& Not Exist.
A joke depends almost entirely on its
environment for appreciation. Lots of
our Jokes would fall mighty flat, I
guess, In Zululand or Siberla, just the
same as the funny stories of those
countries would be a dead weight over
here. Every country has its own par-
ticular brand of humor, and to appre-
elate it to the full you must have Ueen
born in that country or lived there for
many years. The Laplanders appear,
to us to be a pretty solemn race, but I
dare say they have their little jokes
about the quality of the oil they some-
times have to drink, and other subjects
Interesting to their mode of living.
In every country, too, there Is a cer-
tain percentage of the people who
couldn't see a joke however broad it
-might -be. There are humorously dull
people in Ireland as well as humorous-
ly bright people in Scotland. Why.
some time ago I received a letter from
an Irishman saying fiat he had read
all my books from cover to cover, and
he considered they were the most se-
rious things ever published. He thought
most of the stories would go fine if
they were dramatized and put ou the
stage in the form of tragedies.
As to the British sense of humor be

women are just as quick to see a joke
as we are-sometimes a good deal
quicker, and I know I never want more
appreciative audience than those I got
In London. Why, they'd start laughing
before I began, and when I'd come on
to the platform and look at them in a
solemn kind of way some of them
would double up with merriment.
Sometimes, however, anticipation is
a bit awkward-as, for instance, when
a humorous lecturer being unable to
appear his place was taken by a min-
slter who wished to discourse on the
evils of Intemperance. The audience,
It appears; was not Informed of the
change (there might have been t' riot)
and when the good man came on the
platform and stated that his subject
for the evening would be the curse of
rui those present went into convul-
sions of merriment. The more grave
and solemn the lecturer became the
more the people rolled on their seats In
ecstas!es of mirth until at last the as-
ton'shed divine closed his book with a
bang and retired. Now, I dare say in
that case tbe real lecturer would hard-
'y have created so mumih amusement as
did his sut:stitute, which proves that a
humorist with a reputation has -some-
hi're of a pull over the unknown man,
l-,,':gh the latter may really be fun-
nier.-iMark Tw'afin.

Origin of the Frtry Cinderella.
It lI..iI.',i isid, "Not one girl in a
ho-;ii.il ;:ows t(li or ign of the friend
)f her -hi llihod, Ciul-rella." Her real
.nne was Ith,)lope, an'i she' was a
.i,- uiful E~,'lp l niin aiden whoY lived
,iTi7 years ibefiore the common era and
:nriig the rein. of one of the twelve
.ihgs of Eg'ypt. One day Rhodope
.'eutured to bathe in a clear stream
._iear her ~. ,. leviing her ihoes,

sight of the little sandals, and, mistak-
ing them for a toothsome tidbit, pounc-
Ad down and carried off one in his
beak. The bird unwittingly played the
part of fairy godmother, for, flying
over Memphis. where the king was dis-
pensing justice, it let the shoe fall di.
rectly at the king's feet. Its size, beau-
ry and daintiness immediately attract-
ed the royal eye, and the king deter-
mined to know the wearer of so cun-
ning a shoe. Messengers were sent
through all the kingdom In search of
the foot that It would fit. Rhodope
wavs finally discovered, the shoe placed
on her foot, atnd she was carried In tri-
umph to Memphis, Where she became
the queen of King Psamminetlcug.

Sharp, but Not Clever.
A London scientist says that life In a
metropolis makes young children sharp,
but not clevetr that it often destroys
their chance" of ever being clever, for
It hastens.the development of the brain
unnaturally. It makes them superfi-
cial, alert, but not observant; excitable,
but without one spark of enthusiasm.
They are apt to grow blase, fickle, dis-
contented. They see more things than
the country brad child, but not such
Interesting things, and they do not
properly see anything, for they have
neither the time nor capacity to get at
the root of all the bewildering objects
that crowd themselves into their little
Ilves. .. .. ...... ..


$98 30
$77 35

$65 52


S61 51

P-8127 03
O9tl 16


$sion.
.n'n .


supplement ......;
,sessed 1905, 47 59, col,ect
cash to balance..........


Bij net amt brot down ... ..........
warrant. Union Sub School District, No. 8.
By cash on hai.d..................
35 To L H HeTo.vell commission..........
Clipley Banner, pub. election noti
36 esponse of election...............
51 W C Finney, supplement ol salary.-!
50 J W Bowen, commission... ....
By amt asssssed 1906, $85 73, collected. ,
To amt paid on repairs................ 1
amt of cash on hand to bal ...........


By net eash brot down..............


Secy and County Supt.


A Charleston, 8. C,, corespoudent


of cold water or other cool drinks of the Manifacture's Record says: A
should be avoided. However, iced commission has been issued to the


drinks in moderation are useful and
help to prevent suffering as a result
of the torrid weather. Caution and
care will pull us through tl.e present
apell, so let's take it easy until old
Sol removes his glassy stare to other
sections of the globe."


Charleston and St. Andrew Railroad
Co. The encorporators are George S.
Legare and Duncan J. Baker.

"Well, I see tlhe Steel 'Irust got
its armor contract, as usul."
Yes." responded the government


G. B. BUSH,
L. H.HOWEL]


official, "but we made '
We didn't run after th
I can tell you that.
Bulletin.
*
Mr. W. R. Graig h
year according to the Si
Express, 6,000 pounds
one acre of land, bring
hundred and fifty dollar


37 12
37 12


8 70 83
'". $30 70


65 35


00
876 91
52
16 $142 16

$92 52
kirman
rmeaurer.

ilk for it,
ihs time.
dladelphia


Fised this
:d (N. U.)
cabbage on
g him one


NO. 25.

' .i *.


THE PARLOR.
II I* Rapidly Decoming an Apartment
of the Post.
The American parlor is a thing of the
past, according to architects, says the
Cleveland Plain Dealer. No more will
Jtbere bg a room reserved for state oc-
casions, such as the receiving of form-
al calls, the visit of the minister and
for weddings and for funerals.
"We never take the parlor into cqn-
sideratlon any more," said a C-levelaod.
architect recently. "The parlor is
merged Into the living room. The good
old fashioned parlor, which was held
). so much reverence In the old days,
has no place i. modern architecture.
"The demand is for a large living
ro m ni-a i small house, together with a
atiIng root and kitchen. In a later



**('ad a litent yesterday who desired
to have a reception room or parlor not
connected with the, living room. liHe
decidedd later to have a sort of recep-
tion room in connection with the hall-
*Wvay.
"When the parlor Idea "-an to lose
round we did not make a radical
change, but reduced the parlor to a
small reception room, Isolated from the
Other-, where formal calls could be re-
'cired. Now we make no provision
ror the parlor.
"In lheise days the reception rooms
,lo not have to be closed only to be
opened on the occasion of the visit of
the flnilly miiuluister or the physician."
There may be many who will regret
the passinhz of the old fashioned coun-
try parlor, with all its memories of vis-
itors, courtship and occasions which
left impressions which have not been
eradicated by the strenuous age of to-
day. .

TRIAL BY ORDEAL.
The Queer System That Exists In the
Sinai Peninsula.
In the Sinai peninsula trial by ordeal
is still practiced. In all criminal cases
where no witnesses are forthcoming
the judge, "el mabashna," tests the
suspected person by fire, by water or
by dream. In the first the judge places
an Iron pan in the fire until it is redhot
and gives it to the accused to touch
three times with his tongue, If marks
of burning aro shown on the tongue
the accused is pronounced guilty. The
theory apparently is that itf he Is not
guilty the moisture on the tongue pre-
vents It from being burnt; if guilty his
tongue would dry up from fear of- kw
tag -discovere4l '
The test by water Is described as tol-
lowvn!-CM77ge b6, igg4 T
accused and the specf tors In a circle
with a copper jug, fall of "wate place,.
in the center. This Jug Is tbhe made.
to appear to move round the circle bY.
means of witchcraft or hypnotism. If
the jug returns back to the judge the
accused is pronounced not guilty, but
Ift the jug stops opposite the Gccased
he is pronounced guilty."
This description is rather wanting In
detail, and It Is difficult to know ow
a jug which only appears to move can
be a trustworthy index. In the test by
dream the "mabashaa" sleeps and-sees
In a dreamlif the accused is guilty or
not.-Chicago News.

Famous Baths. .
Marie Antoinette's bath, which. was
prescribed by her doctor, was a t.om-
pound of aromatic herbs mixed with a
handful of salt. She took it cold in
summer and tepid in winter.
Later on Mine. Tallien had brought
every morning to her house twenty
pounds of stra'wberrles nnd two pounds.
of raspberries, which were mashed Ia
her bath of warm milk and water. An-
other preparation used by the eastern
Women is composed of barley, rice.
horrage, thyme and marjoram boiled
together and then thrown into the wa-
ter.
;Ninon de l'Enclos took a bath every
night In which there were anit, soda
and three pounds of honey mixed with
milk, all welt beaten In tepid rain wa-
ter.

Tree TIat oh-es Light.
Among freak.s of nature in trees there
stands con..pltious one known as the
Asiatic star tree. .It is enormously
tall, growing to a height of from sixty
feet to eighty feet, while from the
ground up to a distance of about forty
Feet the trunk Is perfectly bare. frtom
tangled limbs, whith shoot out clusters
of long, pointed leaves, and It Is these,
grouped together, that emit at night a
clear, phosphorescent light. This gives


the tree a spectral appearance and is
very deceiving to travelers, who fre-
quently mistake (he glow for an Illu-
minated winuolw of a house. The light
is not brilliant, but is of sufficient
strength to allow of a newspaper be-
ing read by It. It does not flicker, but
glows steadily from sunset to day-
break.

Lost Youth.
A man. looks back with regret, but
without bitterness, to his lost youth; a
woman, however vehemently she may
protest to the contrary, seldom if ever
attains to this same calm. serenity.-
Gentleman's Magazine.

letitittos.
Angel Child--Aunt Daisy, what is
meant by "a fictitious character?"
Aunt Daisy-That means one that Is
made up, dear. Angel Child-Oh, yest
Then you're a fictitious character,
aren't you, auntie?

Learn to be pleased with everything
-with wealth, so far as it makes hs
beneficlil to others; with poverty, for
not having much to &are for, arid with
obscurity, for being unenvied. Plu-
tarch.


BERLIN lb FMACHit14l iMA.s
English Writer na.d iIC.ilii a..r. .
W'a j :o"iu! ..I'. l "I t 1,Wi (>r theii
year b.?for?' It is imposribNk, to W-l,
from looking at It. Nm, v..: ith' tir.4 .
in the stroots I'.k ut least te a oard
old, but they mi.-st L:tve hben >l.lte1 .
long ib).fore the c.ty "wis thoi.:'tt 4,
The hous.ds sind the stri-ts iian' I .-
lampposts and Ihe ltatust are ill mu -
too neut and new to hait'v t endured te. .'
rains of tnur: L'.au one vtinter. It W -:"
all, In f:iet. quite too, hnw to be b.6m*
fortaible. O(ne ticls afraid to sleoop .p -'.
nny of the bh74*e Test rho
should be iyin:g n Mwaito 'W.hiM- .
the pI nst- baa ba N.K.hw'tq)

ktf'-with a unoastropiaty W pi h
hl'ad -bent his rforele~a.Into .Ait'Nj f


brand ne* ioe1 i' an)talli
an occasional brand neu etec fcri. .,9 e
with a brand new driver In a jbra
new uniform, I fouud myself woud'r.
ing what the old horse must iilpuk of It
all. One day lie inny have beenu grazing
in an open field. and when he passed
that way a week or so later he found i
new broad boulevard, with hotels and
shops nud churches and great blocks of
flats, all sprung uAp like mushrooms.
Berlin, then. Is a great deal too per-
fect to be satisfactory. It Is the ma-
chine made, not the hand made. OrtlcM
--it was very decidedly made, not
born. There 13 no spoutanelty In It. no
life. Compared to. pay. London. It is
like a beautiful marble statue to a llv
Ing wo'ann.
Berlin Is. Iu ft t. an awful object
lesson to emperors and others who trf
to make a caplta, city out of a respect,
able vlllaae. It Is easy to put up in"
posing buildings-lf you have the mon-
ey-and to cut out broad tree lined
roads and have everything neat aqd
nice nnd fnlue, but ryo only make ydif
village bigger and fluer without mak*
Ing it a ny the more a -";-' ,- t'v,. .'
There is nio gettlnin'Ziy fr,: .4-
lug that Berlin 1:" a villagn-.-u ,; vi ;'
lange, a beautiful. rectllluear: new-out-
of-the-bandbox village. but a village all
the sare.-London ( bronicle.* ,

GIRGENTI THE BEAUTIFUL.
"No Place of Ruiln In the World lMAthl
Beautiful Than This,"
Every one has heard of GirgenRtl. al
of Syracuse, before coming to Sic8ly;
The most beautiful city*qf antiqalt1Y ,-
,bas left an endearing namo, aiAd If t
irgenti oft .oZ(fO4
gpntum e t,atpuaso sple^ s 'ider l

Wy .Iorta" see. Even
Suiyglnation ocanWn tOW1ttpi
'apevhad soae Id a.of what th#.
must have been of old, when
with its vast extent aud dv' '
Infiabitants, looked out dacrtg the
blue waters of the Greek sea or Ma
Africano frqm a lordit Wildetmle at'
superb tetples and magnificent buld*
Wings of all kindC. Today It is worth 1*
pilgrimage from the ends 6t the earth
There Is perhapib no place of ruia W-
the whole world more boatitifhd tb ,.
this. To see it.Ass the present wrFt'
last saw It. In a golden -sunset gIlow.
with the great temples gleamliagI.
yellow Ivory and the town Itself of id
dusky gold and the sea beyond and 9op-
lands and mountains behind Irradlatel
with a serene glory of light. Is to sed
what will be for :t'.- an unforgettable.
Impression, an ever deeply moving rye
membrance.
To localize the three lovellest.-viewd
in Sicily (aud I fancy that most travel,
els would agree with me) I. should
specify that from the terrace of thb
Hotel Timeo at Taormina, that- from "
the monastery-hostelry of Madonna del
Tindaro over Tyndarls and the Aeollan
isles had.that from the tetr-ace of thW
Hotel Belvedere' oq the south wall of
Girgentl, looking "out on the lovely
temples, the beautiful auplainds.fnd
slopes nnd the blue sea washing Pqrote,,
Empedocle below.-Century.
Surgery.s
Medical Student-What did yeto i'
erate on that man for? -
Eminent Surgeon-Five ihundre 4o1

"I mean what did he have* ,,
"Five hundred dollarB..-hPuk. ."
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The tissues of' the threat arte
'inflamed and irritagtedyou
cough, and there is tnore irrita-
tion-inore coughing.. You.take
a cough mixture and it eases thd
irritation-for awhile. You take



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and it cure the cold. That's
what is necessary. It soothes the
throat because it reduces the
irritation; cures the cold because
it drives out the inflaramation $
builds up the weakened tissues?
because it nourishes them back
to their natural strength. That'.
how Scott's Emulsion degae witl
a sore throat, a cough, a -oldy
or brotichitis,


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The sir. Tarpon ar. ived from the
south at 6 )'clock a. m., Friday andl
from the woat at 11:45 a. in., yester-
day.
.The achr. Cloopatra sailed for
Pensacola on Wedlnesday eveuiug of
last week.
I'ie schr. Blanche arrivoiT from
Pensacola, Friday afternoon.
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NAPHrHA LAUNCH

W. F. WOODFURD PROPRIETOR
Fitted in splendid condition to take ex
, excursions or aftss'nigers to any point on
the Bay or Gulf. (;ood cabin protection
In the event of bad weather Terms ress-
:,on ble.. Also.
BARGE EMMA;
S apacjIyr10.0OO feet of Lumber will fcr-wy-
Sitwr 'arM e a&id Allanton, on East
!" I a d .m.d .. ... ... --L'.. __... .. .


Andrews Bay. For pipticu-.
ia, W. F. WoDVroRD, Farm-
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PACKET. dCIIOONER
.COEOPATR A.
Equipped With Two Gasolide Engines,
Leaves St. Aildrews lay every Mondayi
leaves Pensacola every Thursda
whetherr peimnilting). Special allen
lion will lie given It receiving and
forwarding freight for Darties living on.
East and North Bay, r'nassengers for
poulitson either arm of thie Bay cnn
depend upon securing prompt trains-
D9rtation at reasonable rates I'as-
senger necQmmidiatione good. Express
and Itailroad Freigat 'apocialties. For
further iilforanatioTi ap|Ily to
OTWAv WARI. Geu. Manager

NAPHTHA LIAIT I.CH,

LAURA.
Carries tle East laFi Mail lel ween Si.
Andiew BiVay, Wtappu amid ilmtermedi-
at epoinlit. Leaves ?t. Andiews daily
iexeepi Sunday) it fi:(O a. ni.; arrive at
Wetappo at 12:30 p. in.: leave Wetappo
at. 1:00 p. in.; arrives at St. Andrcws at
7:0) p. n. flales landings regularly aft
HarrisoN Cioiimaitoi, i'airker. Pills-
hlurg, ind Formnidllo. Freight landed at
Haiy postoffie wharf. For passengers and
freigRhl rates,.see rate card in the sev-
ealt postolliceas.
P. A. WITunRILL. Mlinager.

A Week's Weatiher.
Srie following table glves the maxi-
* unium, minimum and meau tempera-
fuEta. lb kaiui fall and -direction of the
-wipia for the twenty-four hours ending
v0t.o 'olock p m., as indicated by U. S

A9 01 73 A8 4 e

J ... _I'"- 88 .. saw
-,. 3 90 7 81 .00 w
4 91 71 81 00 :w

.o%'urtweuk.. 190 I 76 '83 I .47j

Me= Who Walked on All Fours.
Ip the kingdom of Poland there was
b- formerly a law according to which any
person found guilty of sliaotlpr was
compelled to walI on nil fours through
.de streets of the*towu whlre lie lived
apcompanied by the beadle. as a bl.-n
that he was dlsgsrwred 'uid untwor'hy
of the name of muan. At the next pub-
lie festival the delinquc:;t :aii ftorcdi
to apponr cra;wling upou hlndq and
kne",%,udoerneathl the banquetiug ta-
ble an.d' barkiui like a dog. Every
guest. was at liberty to give him as
many kicks au lie cOos'P. and he who
had been rlandleredi must toward the
end of the b.iinquet throw a picked
bone at the culprit. who, plcklnu It up
'iti his month, would leave the room
on aJl fours.
S- No Peace For Discoverers.
It is remarkable how few of the dis-
eaem and cou ayterors of the new
world died In peae. Columbus died
of a broken bohrt, Balboa was dis-
Sgrenefully beheaded, Cortes was dis-
.lonored. Sir Walter Raleigh was be-
headed, Pizarro was murdered, Ojeda
died In poverty and Henry Hudson
Waa left to the mercy of the Indians
.along the Lay which he discovered.-
Detolt Free Press.

Toe Broath of Life.
t' ag nlficant fact that the strong-
ea 141, ofite. t1o Fgortilla, also
. ^l -ttIeSIA fst'lungr Pbwerful lungs


OMIUa


~- 'S ebSWWl ttudty. Like thousands of
"'h Mi'. i'Ors A. WepheneOf Port
WilIm.|tO.r. has learned how ta"-do
. '4his. She wriees: ` Three bottles of Dr.
i. hiWry New Discovery stopped my
Sough of .two years and eu "ed pno of
WbAt my friend thought consumption.
'0, it's grad for throat and lune troub-
les," Guaranteed at A. H. Brake's
store. Price 50e and $1. Trial bottle

' .": I@,iptditli ty.
VWliI the reportorial representative
of a great news bureau was in San
Antonio, Tex.' whence lie had posted
In such baste as to have little luggage,
b he met with.a charming bit of southern
hospitality. lie had no cuffs, and a
Sleali reporter promptly drew off his
own and said to t-Be, grust within the
elty gates: "Here, take mine. I've
more at home." Later It was learned
that tde donor of the cuffs worked for
the San Antonio Daily Express, and
the superintendent of the news bureau
Sufon hearing of the Incident Immedl-
ately wrote to, Ftank Grice, owner of'
the Express, In appreciation of an act
peculiarly southern in Its frank good
fellowship, Here is MDr. Grice's reply:
"If you can send me the mame of the
member of the Express staff who of-
fered his cuffs to your man he will be
discharged for not offering his shirt as
SWell'." C.hicago% Reeord-Flerald.


LOCAL DRIFT,

-Souvenir cards, with a St. Andr'w'
scene, at the Buoy office.
Blank Warranty Deeds, short storm
printea on good linen paper, 25c per
dozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re-
ceipts in a block, 10c each, at the Buoy
office.
--You never havoana may never again
have an opportunity to &ret so fine a
fountain pen for so little money as you
can now by complying with the condi-
tions of the coupon to be found cl0c.-
where on this page.
--Wizard Ink Tablets, Price, per
box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten ounces sple:i-
did ink. Economical permanent: abso-
lutely indellible, covenient, non-coiro-.
sive. At. the Buov office.
-The registry book 'for St.-Andrew
precinct, No. 5, Is now open at the
Buoy office. It is every voter's d jty to
exercise this privilege, but remember
that. unless you are registered. it will
be impossible for you to do so.
-The St. Andrew public school will
ooen on Monday, Sept. 17 with Miss E.
Young as principal and Miss Elhel Ba-
ker, assistant.. A prompt attendance
of all intending puplild is urged, to fa,-

rm work. -


-Handsome letter .heads with St.
Andrews Bayv date line and views of
eitherSt.Andrews BluiT.orBuena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also nmaap of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the
BuoY office
-A fine new launch, named Lottio,
made its appearance on the Bav, Mon-
day, and it belongs to the enterprising
firm of wholesale fish dealers, the
Messrs. Vickery Biothers. It was put
up in Messrs. Armstrong & Co's facto-
ry in West End,'and is equipped with a
Fay & Bowen engine, placed by Mr. J.
T. Gwaltney, agent.

A CURIOSITY IN BOOKS.
The Fanions Chained Libr.nry o<
"lUlmbonrue, Irelnaid.
Wlmbonrue, li-l-ud., Iis noted fo-
mauy things, but its famou-4 -hiai:io-.'
library Is perhaps the most notable% o:
its cutilositics. The library po'+e.'--
unique Interest as being on. of th,
earliest attempts to disseutinate Lnowl
edge amoug the people. The col...-tiloa
was made acces.slble to the peloile i%
1080 and number s some 200 vo'umeu .
The scarcity of ok athe scarcity of books ad (ho u o
the collection are both indicated in the
care taken for their preservation, atoi
especially against loss of such trea-s
ures by theft. By means of chaiun-
and rods the books were securely fat
tened to the shelves, and these chains
It l4 rather surprising to learn, were
not removed until 1857, when the li
brary fittings were repaired. Among
the Interesting works of the collection
Is a copy of 'fh fist edition of Sir
.Walter Raleigh's History -of the
W" ld,"' 1614. 'It has suffered from fl4-',
aind-dtfaftlon says that Mattrewv PrTor
,was tesDonsible'for its condition, the
story being that he fell asleep when
reading It once upon a time, and the
pages were burned by his candle. It
has been neatly repaired, and Its tnis-
hap now added to Its interest. The old-
est volume in the library Is a fine old
copy In vellum of "Reginum Aninna-
rum." It is la manuscript and bears
gie date 1343.

First Glimmer of a Star.
A little girl, the French critic Sarcey
related, once presented herself at the
Paris Conservatoire In 'order to pass
the exanmiflation for admission. All
she knew 'wa-3 the fable of "The T-Ao
Pigeons." but she had no sooner recited
Te opcouing lnues when Aiiber stopl.od
'r. %%1.i th a gesture.
".Inough," he said. "Comue here, my
child."
The li rile girl, who \w'a i pa:tle aud thin.
lint whor'e oy -1l.,inmc.l ,itbh lutolli-
.,oC..'. aplp;o.whled him with an air of
"Yourr :a:ne li S-ah'ar" he said.
"Yei. sir." v.:, t'e rply.
"'*u are' a J.-" --.?"
"Ye-, sL. I by t:b -, but I have be-nD
b;pt; ::a" .."
"She lahs been baptized." said Auber.
turning to his colleagues. "She hns
said h.er fable of *The Two PliCeous'
very well. Sh mru.t be admitted."
Thus Sarah Bernhard.L for it was
she, entered the Conservatoire.
Pain fiom a Burn Piomniptly Relieved
by Chamberlaiit's Pain Balm.
A little child of 'Michael Straus.-, of
Vernon, Conn., was recently in greaA pain
fi im.a I arn on the hand, and a4 cold ap-
pitcations only increased the inflamma-
tion, Mr. Struia oa:i.:e- to Mr. James 1


to stop the pain. Mr. Nichola saves: "I
advised him to use Chamberlain'a Pain
Balm, and the first application drew out
the inflammation and gave immediate re-
lief. I have used this liniment inyself and
recommend it very often for cuts, burus,
strains and lame back, and have never
known it to d saopoint." For salee by all
medicine dealers.
A ,ii.u IOng.
it Is related by Professor Bell that
Svhouen a friend of his was traveling,
abroad he one morning took out his
nrse to see if it contained sufficient
-hauge- for a day's jaunt he intended
....i.': Ie dep arted from his lodg-
ai:, leaving. a trusted dog behind.
Vlou la c:,ne1l he took out his purse
) a'. d fota'd he Lad lost a gold
*u.:' fic,::i it. G:i returning home In
.et .iu: h~ls servant nforimedJ him
I t.)~; .s eeme1d very ill, as they
ja .i Int inuiuce' him to eat anything.
*l o wci:t .at once to his favorite, and as
oou ;'us h' e"'rtred the, room the faith-
il (.'e;a tur.' ran to hia, deposited the
old coia at his foot and then devoured
:o food i'lac1 d for him with groat
.,-ar Ws. The trtlh was that the
o.' lmnir' la1d a1r;. t .1 the coin in the
ir;ailitir. Their dog had picked it up
ind kept, it in> hiu mouth,, fearing even:
to eat lest he sl ould Iose his master's
property before an opportunity was af-
forded himhu to store it.-Chambers'
T.-t111u,..


BAY BOTTLING WORKS.

A FINE FEATURE OF
ST. ANDREW ENTERPRISE.
Freqilletll allu~ io a liaLs i 'relIlule
been inaile in the coluniis of thle
Buoy to the hlttling \ g ,ka ks 'estab)-
lished here by Mr. Geo. T. Allen, as-
scIatLea iin business by Mr, C. E.
BMackitn. Although the wioks were
established borne weeks ago, and have
fioum the first been tijpplying piactic-
ally all the soft drinks conautmned in
thie Day commt y, a Dtuy rcitementa-
ivo did not mind lii:e to visit the
works, locateI in We.t End, until
lab.t Saturday, at Ibichd tune a imoht
inucleeting hal houttr wvas spent view-
intag the plant aml hearing th'- work-
ing expianiedI by Mr. Allen, which
were aot uonl entei taiuing, but were,
all in all. anm agieeablo snrpmi.ie.
Althoughi the works at present are
cotiined within limited quarters it is
rJurimsing to finti such a complete
and perfect equipment, so jtudicioualy'
arranged. The fact that tho prod-
uct ,of tile works is, being coUs!t rad,


really [outt aroioutSiiij i bHeto k-e6
up with tdie order', proves that WNr'
Ailen thorungMlily 'understands Ihis
business anud that his drinks are, far
and away ahead oi any liere:ofuo
(id.sp son for tltis is obvijos-none but tld
best and highest glade ingredients
aic used iii thlie nianu'actnre-t
w.tter, draw from a well foity f t
beneath the bay is apparently putii
itself; but Mr. Allen. not satisfi
with this, submits it to thlee sepa
ate iand dirtiinct filtrations of the I -
eL, aiid niost Fcientific p-oces-.
Tiho retorts and appliances conneel
witi tlihe works are gauged witn the
centiracy of clock wvolk, insuring tl -
lutuity of const rttctimii. f
It is aveary evident that they
must, and it is in fact, the intention of
iliao proprietors to minciease the capae-
ity of the plant at an eailv d-iy, anid
this is certain to becorne a necessity
ain :ron as the ice factory gets in oip-
elatiuao, so that lpati.inS can delepnil,
iilon, keeping their drinks nico and
cool at all times.
Thisi establishinenl co tainly ineet,
a want that cculd in n ia othir way be
.sufp plied, andl there c':n be no shlad
ow of doubt bnt that it will prove to,
be a money-rnakor from the start, and
thie Buoy is glad to extent to it a
hearty welcome iu behalf (,f tlie whole
Bay- cpio nti'y. ." ..,-
Chainber:ain'rS Cuugih Remedy Act,
(in Nature's Plau.
The mno-t gucctsrl'ul mediciriina r .
those that aid nature. Chambeiliin'is
Cough Reniedy acts on this plan. Take it
when you nave a cold and it will aliay thel
craugh, relieve the lungs, aid expectora-
iivu., open the sccretions aid aid nature
in restoring the syst'-m to) healthy e an-
dlion. Thousands have testified to its asi-
periir exccelleace. It counteracls an)
ti.-.lit e yr of 1a cold to result in pocurno-
h;a. I rice 25 cuite. Lnrge siz.-, 51i centlz.
Fo., sale i y' all nedeline -.ailei s.

Origin of Creqeent Bread.
The oriutin of the Viejpnesre bread
shaped like an cre-scnt, which Is found
i most places on the e-ntinent. dates
back to the time when tIhe Austriian
.capital was being lb-ie.il gl by h the
Turks under the terrible Grand Vizier
Kara iflustapha, and as they failed to
take the city Iby assault they decided
to dig a passage under the waLys and
so penetrate Into the town. In. the day-
time the noise of the siege itaile the
sound of the tunnellug inaudible, and
at nighttime the defenders of the
place were asleep, all but the sentrles
and the bakers. It was the bakers
wimo, as they baked the bread for the
ganrrlson, heard the pickaxes of the
miners com inag nearer and nearer aud
gave the alarm. In the fighting tbe
Bakers' naspciation took their share
with 'the utmost bravery, and as a re-
ward for tbeir services the erlmperor
gave them permission to make a spe-
-clal cake shaped like the Turkish cres-
cenf.-London Sketch.

Oece a Npmt pC'PIrates..

island b*W *- ode mray see aa earth-
quake at any time.- There Is nothing
alarming about these "earthquakes,"
however. They are simply certain cu-
rious crevisses iu the west of the is-
land, which the local people call by
that name. Lundy In former centuries
was a notorious nest o:f pirates. In
Khtg Henry III.'s time William lde
Marisco. a traitor to the" knlug. built a
castle there and set up as au early
Captain Kidal. And so it weut on
through the centuries until In the mid-
dle of the eighteenth Thomas Benson,
a Barnstable merchant, who was then
lessee of the Island, was convicted of
piracy and smuggling and expelled..
HIe had a contract for carrying con-
victs to the American colonies and
used quietly to land them on Lundy
and use their labor there.


ok I't ia i tV))o .,i i;' .
g 'miliLl r'> ilx 'i L.';,l I,." '." ':,"
I'\' I ''-n tl.\ i":."

iy, lhe' al-.';, t(:l!in.: ni.r that 1I
try to bh;il, 1l y'olf."
.,t did the otht"r ano'fl; toll ytN';"
iwhvays toll u- hli w.s ih,:lping
Clevela id Plin iDn [inl'r.
f*^-
S 'Wh eref
gllsh na.3or t.lls this story:
-au, speilkiu at a ri.'-etin' in
t'.of w(rmen:.'t rights, r(.i>:_:iredly
uer nudlen:.e, 'V'ohere would mmen
1sselvei without w,,',tort?':
ak voice from the rear iof the


idise. mun!" "


E. W. MASKER,


PTS, VIEWS-AND
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'ertrn'a~a. (i ta iyre-
11- onttIaa.to) takenall-

'ake I.'wit!, a.:~e,
Ida eh .? iruo)ia-m. 4-in
nPmtes are timlt hic next
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O1


Unhel
, All
your k


Vor Weakens
our Kidneys.
Kidne*S Make Impure Blood.
-4-----
ood in your body ps.:,.es through
S once very three minutes.
p' The kidneys are your
. bloodpuriiters. ihey fi'
ter out the -.az; -'-r
S impurites in the b.l...d.
SIf they are .-ick :or cut
.Jf order, ithy fal to do
their v.ork.. a .


P'an inZ, achezar diheu-
ie -natizm coerfe fiom ex-
cezds of uri.- ac,:J n the
Sblo:.:i., due to rn, e. ,tcd
K Ki oublc causes quick or unirteadv
hear:. and mak.esmorne feel as ,hough
heay h art Itrub i. becauL e Zt he i rt it
oher ; g in pumping thick, kiJne,'-
poisun .).,d through 6-h ni and arterle:.
it ua- be considered that only urinary
trcubl re to be traced to th. l;Jne,'s,
ut I..n ':.d-drn science proves that n.-arly
:l, ,tl. tonal diseaseshave their bsgin-
S-e., trouble.
1 yr,-..rsick you can make no mi:-take
y tfc^ r i(- your kidneys. The mild
.n4d rtih' '.a, nary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
fl the gr eat kinev rerned,, is
,3" 1 e ,I- stands the high,-I for its
+,),n 1rer of ,ha Tmost diztres ing cases
ai on itsimeris "
1) 1f -q
y .m r a
am 'at tl-'^ i'; riad- -t-ni:r- -
lrip!< e .1i3 l /' I a.; l H,:,n,:. .f iRnp|.,...
. par-,p- ic telling y.:u h.:. 1o find
f ia 'ae l:dnme or b-idder tr.:.ubl.
oiiia'o lI h 3.tper when writingg Dr. Kilmer
._ ngl:a.itcn,- N. Y.


be.r,

ma". A




B2Ma


'E


rake. any in mistake, but r-em.m-
name, Swamap-fRoot, Dr. K-l-
Vamnp-Ro't, and the adre'e-,
ton, N. ,A., n ct\ci v I,"1 1


!, t** L i 1-': 1 *'.
':1! A r .m:':. 1. ::.. ,il; l a t,:uy .iLL
11 1 1 1 1 f -r ', '.4: U I'It d-t I.'-. Or ni1tii
I, -'.3 1. .1'.**.-i. N >. 'i i ; r ,_, I ,,i > vi
l;aIl '-l-'I l .l ,.t a: *,uI .u-,tltiVe rlti and.
the .t it.,lf tm-.q only oiI nce Iof-rte beeipn
in a ra.'- whliirli la-ta-.1 over n crn.liry-
that ai which it coutinuoi.aily f-.ured
from J:'n. 1, 5.',0, until r:'ec. 31, C0,'. a
lpriod of ]11 .voars. The fi'-titr.s 3 and
7 `?2a1-mai'lj.H:y fall into odd (comrlbija-
ti.:mn., ut Ieoiilt- Of them has ever yet
srved f.-r a louger period than 10u
c'not-c'-uti\oe years in our calendar sinmco
thi- pIr,.'nl t iju.->ile ,f ,*alk-uhliinzr i time
w .i w-t )a l tii.-,"'l. It is al't o a-lear that
fromth.-ir r.'itlce ,..:-itionus amon-z. the
utir: ..!; it i 1 an im pos') i ility for
-Eith'- *fL'ia t -i I t., app,-ar in date reek-
oninl- r,.Ltinit:'--u1y for a longer prcriod
tran a century.

T' o ('aro a Felon,"
_avs S;im Khclndaill, of I'hillipsburit,
Karn., 'ju.t cover at it with 3ucklen's Ar-
-;ica Salve, and thnil salve will do the
riet." Quicket- cure for burns. boils.,
sore, scalds, wounds, piles, eczema, sal
rheum, chapped hands, sore. feet, arnd
sore Eyes. Only 2Fc. at A. H. Brake's.
Guaranteed.
Business Methods. .


'&P sebem-ers bink on 'Wiht f It Is
easy to swindle people who edo not
know how ltpo lateot dtbeir property.
They tlitive- on thehme ranoaee of their
t:o .They know %-tij.-t a ShrmE.T-11 nl
V(1ltpz1t~.-lj a cu anT 1- is wor~dedl Ch
rnulo.a rriIypnrotii npp;dVill tia~ur
Liii- !j Iri d ti~ of tht'setnup.r
lI I- I- -([,rd-, mco I t of 1, HN..' l1 5 inUt.
their (wnitf-r--ai* Mga1 o

r'i.) not dil'tintjat~i*i.) *bboltzof
;ppe-ch.l ,~i *-~- v%1ji.. ij laI--I 'k i Ilu-~ ii

l t ha e t l- ie t,).)lazy: to th~in'.: o
prc~r'*I.t-fornj4ror 010'th ctra'~~Ou f
t110 iii'cl. 141t b in u f 4o1r 11.i ud~
cortrainly OLP-trbi tfie regarded before
thatf out.(MUI itiezz








Real Eistate Broker,1


St Andrew, Fla.


FOR SALE!

47 Acres of'Nice Land

In 15 m i5 u [Walkh f PostofCo.
AT ST. ANDREW,
N icely lirat,.l t i bc .i .h li: i,l .l inII,
l ,i i rlin L i., s.
TITLE PERFTCT and
s TAXES PAI D TO DATE.
This is a Bargain !
rld tihe fl. (t 1'roi ,erty i..,iw ni tI i
i M llket l ati..l St. An.liow..


ARE. OTWAY WARE. J. H, DRUMMOND.


r mercantile Ca,
SThoroughly Reorganized.

rin G. Post, - Manager.


HEADQUARTERS FQR


1nOral Marcla ulise


I







ff PIONEER STORE Bisillss,
n, 1878, and built up by the late' L. M. \Vtre,
Reorganized adj.underNwMa


awI
and i


IV, vEE it
M ake sure a yield of quantity and
quality. When your father planted,
Ferry's, they were the best on the
market, but they have been improv-
ing ever since. We are experts In
lower and vegetable seeds.
1 90 Seud Annual, beautifully llue
treated, free to allapplicants.
D. M. FERRY & CO., Detroit, Mich.
it ..r:... .. --a ...


*of' the Trading JPosj, and 'ofnew ones as
.anteeS Uniform fair and 'COLIIrteotIS tieatrnent
to, j 11

the Freight on all Goods except Flour, Meal





I Every P omieand NevyrarHold ICul Fb1s3 Hopes.
1,3 traur without the knife or bougle Pd varlicom'ote mithout
3amtri or detention from busin-cas; Coalaxicous Blood PFloa"n
to returni, without werorury or zuineral Lmxl 'isre; Lo,@s of TiPLWnY
Vigor- Positively cured: uno svtru~idnl but itpeririamielt
The Dr. Ktmagr Blr.li-i aC..,. b mm I- u i t rim'.r -'em ,tI urmmiefI b
laWS,.. te.1 [tbtOnn aC.-I L'11 101' LL- rU.. '' 5uc E.rd tiru r m rai
nervouas aInA chr, '- *. i 1 -4. Plr. : a 1 : IW... It *f. P -k~' r -
bh1 1n 1La rj.-,filtm LA t, 7 ini ra- .; !) Hl,
Ourfr5..',LrC'.11 i c i'~ A aU .fi Sdc I.5PIs-
tls.e-a, ".'Violet, [n.Y. i:d a-n'- -' ***.% t' every *tprtrC' I
,~~ ~ ~ C.,nrd~rlv.,ce kmo E.0.- tmi~cal i.., ,iiti'dii
,_derni n me e ry r- -. U 4 Ie r* *. , 1-urithe L
t r.Lined ariol mic lertOi I h ts r.'' 9mi~ rmLiuUnLA.'
aabd aiae.'m r-ed paji aaat'i's brs., .11 it ir..
Wee .rn~i-'y rii t -o i-JL I i paj(r~j t a' lBiilJ
paat inm-- lsa-ni) C. (0. 11 eor ut-, j_ T i6 n J-.1....li- i .m a i.,e utt -I r I
tby hlahsliturI-n smw. i r' n, aI.*: Iar-at'-. 1 -r .r,
t oIM.05Jmper nai. a. 11m ,,j -~ . fi am. r
Ln tED 3 of Ia l i re. If 11. L.1 ,'k'_I L*.I'.I**-'.. .
ULiQPEWo~. sKri IS. CRONIl1111"A S ." s ei ir.w 110h-a. -i
'L C JU V E D - jj; : h i
K N~ Ck PAD. (Vhr)E.C it I-. pa -of' Cm! I-i'.15eCi-~,'
j~jLjPQ HY1101AN tjuC ,aui ati Tam'. i. C 4 !iCo. n.
'ad n Yl'& 1- i r' l y itr e n -aI f 0,, ru( -i i -s 1_ e lrj rC3.j1t(%SL Wie
,1 f-en-Iyoncu ireurmma'L (t ,.''h- ..j-C :i,..m,
CONS ULTA T 10 X, MI- t'N ': An;:u T;. -


Pensacoia St. Andrew &


S T EA M S H I P C9M P

S T

TA I
*STE

~fi~ ~j~-/~SC HEDU


LEAVE.
Tueadav, 8:30 pm n.
Wr.-ilu..-say, 4 ::00 p. m.
'odrjunsday., 2:311 p. im.
Thi ursday, c ,:00 a. m.
Monday, 6:00 p. m.
LEAVE.
Thu-?,das., 3:t1o p. n m.
['i iday. 11:31 a. m.
Friday. 10:t.10 a. m.


GOING SOUTH.
Pensacoln.
St. A-ndrI'w,
M illville,
Apalachicola,
Carrabeille.
Mobile,
GOING NORTil.
Carrabelle.
St. Andrew.
M illvill e.
Pentacol.a.


:' A-SSE G-sT-C- :E-E -.A.
Pensacola to St Andrew atd Millville. $5.00.
P'cns-acola to Apalachicola and Carrabelle, $7.50.
St. Andrew and Millville to Apaliachicola, $5.00
Pensaoola to Mobile, $2.50.
The above rates include meals and berths. i


SNY .Y


IPON-.
E A E W R




LE,, ..

ARRIVE .
Wednesday, 800 .-
Wednesday,l-.:0 0a. 1
Thursday, ,6:00 h.d
Thursday, 12:00 oonm .
Monday,6:00 &. m. "'-
ARRIUUVE. '
Friday, 2.-00
Friday, 4"00 ,n ."
.Fridayv ll3, 1i'


. .s,. .- Bm

W. G. BARROK.-'3
. '


Sewing Machines and Needlesi '

Pumps, Furniture., B
UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES

Burial Caskets, Robes, Suits. Etc. -

IVE ME A CALL! '



JOHN BE, THOMPSON i

D)EALER1 JN- -


GENE RAL MERCHANDISE, '
Dry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceriei |

Notions, Provisions and Feed Stuffs.

Corner Washington Avenue and B y view ste '
I pay OIash for Goods and inustdh

strictly ash or Ready Pay

Business.
'lhi-4 iss l in m PaitI'rol s' 1 iitereSt. is ;well ahs ny ownO ., lCall
Convine 1Yoursplf of tins Truth. ..


C. E. RACKIN & .C -
En"~ ~ ~ ~~~~o .~iI~^ i .- 'Iijt 1^!@A


"CA S '1S ORE!
Y;CASH 61. aF, .11 %


II


1) Y' (.1"" Cannot--'i
,, i) Y. ( O () IS T VE+
KIN! 'TH T-VE

,, SHOES, GROCERIESn, n


Sandlery Hardware4

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

Ciothig, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishings: '.

31ENS LAIDIEAS' ANI) BOY'S HATS.

T1i hks al.d Valises.

FISI1 (1A I1 SIPPII, ES, ETC. i-
AGENTS F R I SPECIAL ATTENTI( .:'
AMEriAl ,oot s GIVEiN .ro
I' ,,,,EXC.-PT Mail Orders'.,
SIM, & n Ctn' tr n l ot
ANYIi 1 N ].iD IELIU 'ItEli A'I' SAMPLES :.- .
ade in Iron. Any Postoffice Gladly Sent -

iRJE iN-rS 0 on the Bay Aicatin

.-
SBreech-Loading .WeAre/
Woulsev's 10 IPnnrn l,,i _. _" THE


B83 o pst hj.Pill t. I6Lr. T LAllHOE
'LOnlI $5.50.
----- ~.C. E. BRAC)KIN

For Fin


4~bTh;~To


i441rA.tSOLID COLE) ;OVNTA&ztr VM.



61 FAm 1' 6 ft m1 0 Ltuorn and !mix3La LsLeat ambi-ought to the.Bway
OWati-. i t i t t- o t mau a i-.10cii rimi tr i..me 4-rct. -Sotm141Gold oh1 rinarto
;iui 5tmititi r~-t ~, i~iiI$1 amT~-' mka s onaplete with box imid
69 til!LT 'a I failh %n' vait i~rlt a bythe i' 01 n LmI.WIcitaIeIs I can be a-eturned to





PIJD A hTAMDDW T IIAITDIE)Pi~n


PMtIrUfac.urers of

Ro~ll, Dressed1 E-lt DUl8IisiO 1i


Y0llo 0 Pile Ltmber,


i o f'.-C-ries Ptomimris and Fprd..


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Cokig n ealtine a 1


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Hillvivill flifiEDI~ll bulyiDER but--


~f~~ PP14~3 PIEL,

















~Thursday, Sep't. 6., 1906.

*IS4T ANDIREW


:' PRICES CURRENT
.r GROCERIFS.
S,4"igar, % lb Tea, t1
-. Grnuulated .....6 He No...... 5
. .k'-oTeeK. "r'". 5% Gunpowder.. 40
At brown.. 6 Uncul'4 Jap.40-611
o; .ffee Cond milk, C can
I rcen.-... 12@20 Uus eetr'a. 10
SArlnckile,1b12-15 Sweetened. .... 10
g "-ier anftps 3 l25 Baking powder
s a. 10 Royal........ 50
l"-,be U O~6g 1 Campbell. .... 10
i& rai.8s Canned fruit
ts' I4 Jtayer.s8-15 Pisaches. 10a20
'...,.. 8 Tomatoes... .. 8a12
6 1 ...... .. 10
i -. Peiqrs ......... I 1


PARKER.
Si.ecid re-port tuv thu Bu-.-,'.
Prof. G. It. Buielle left 0o. the
i 'T 11o Fl i lny i-,i Yllton, Fla.,
l .e ie li a teachuL s. t lli. 1.i.
i. S. Day, hl.m,. Brackil, J. C.
3 .inuaid and R-v. Jo)ner neie all
Sii. from St. Andrew to attend the F.
and A. M. lodge, Saturday.1
Mrs. J. G. Vickery ha3 been on the
ick list the past week, but all are


glail she is better.
Cias. T. Pa iker of tho J. P. Will-
iamrus was aruuiiit daong his liendN-
on Satul'dav and Sunday.
Earnest 1). .raves left on \Ve'lnes-
day for hIis ho1me in Bainbi.,dge, Ga.
The little Misecs Lorna Donnlsuno
and Jesaie 'aylor are visiting within
Mrs. M. G. Post in St. Andrew, this
week.
Mi.-s Bessie Bowen of Wewalitchi-
La stopped over Suinday ,on her way
to Vernon with her sister Mrs. 0. C.
Patker.
r- ge andMrR,


SiI.cial report to tc heBuo.'.
ILt i- leadingg t- ; 0 1- ,o nl 1y re-
iir c,.i iLii, miug itcmut to the
l;n,- \ il l 0ll thC LD 1 c 1.U V, f, c.iul e, all ilntit-ie' in t.no diftereut
town's and betlleniets along the Bay.
It will ;soon be time to vote, again.
Let me urge all voters to drop the all
party issues and vote for the best
man.
E. W. Tumpkin,' muotlher ib very
,lw at this wlitimt .
'T. B. D). (Gaiter is keel, ilg his


Persoo)tal-
J. D. Fuae-tLr tuce.itLy
Ga., who bought the
reoilence ont Buena Visla
V'ed on Mondlay mornitl
sou to take up hlii resT
Andrew. Mrs. F.-aud
will come lautr,
Ai Hugeboom. rep
Penpacola Journal, wt
Caller at the Duovy ao
itOnliillng. The report tL
!.evered his connection .
nal, is a miNtake. i [


.-ihool at tlii i lace above e averageaverage tenderedhis rsignati


ol eighty per cent.
Clarence Ware of Ba heal was a
piloasant caller at this I lace, Sunday.
E. \'. Tomikius, while starting


aS 10011 a hii pueiiti
wiiso filled. He will i
tiliol to tlhe cuuo ret.
of which he is part.


his nalhtha launch, the other day be immediately eel


funud the %%heel was lost, but the en-
gine run like crazy after applying the
remedy according to duectiuns.
L. Blampied hasa oldt his sailboat
to Mr, Tronsdalo to be used in diliv-
arinig ice at the townsalong tihe Bay.
.,;_, :_ ~ ..' \_ ... ... . ., ",.


nma City.
F, Bullock, who
the Bank of St. Ai
family and MAis.
family..all of Chi_
Bay, Thure ida Y4


*f (-il0,
0. Pratt
Ve, ali-
rith oi'f
S in St.
t, of the

P9ng the
pleasant
est'rdyh
.H. ha,
$e Juin-
ehowever,
hPke effect
e olhenr-
i his at-
ndiistry,
plant to
oPaua-

shier ot
wife acd
iina and
a.. North
Igj ti,


a


For Thin.


Poor BloDo


You can trust a medicine
tested 60 years I Sixty years
of experience, think of that!
Experience with Ayer's Sar-
saparilla; the original Sarsa-
parilla; the Sarsaparilla the
doctors endorse for thin blood,
weak nerves, general debility.
But even this grand old medicine cannot do
its beat work if the liver is inactive and the
bowels constipated. For the best possihie re
isults, you should take laxative doses of Ayer's
Pills while taking the Sarsaparilla.
M a. by .7C. Avero .,. .owell. Mas.
e .lo manhonturera of
HAIR VIGOR.
/ yers AGUE CURE.
-- --, CHERRY PECTORAL
We have no eeoretal We publish
the formulas of all our medicines.

Hide Y er irrnit Tree .
As lawd specimens fruit trees are
nearly always disappoint in,. Thi.
h... .. .ee nsec onles snd funnou:.


W. HV



HREAL


PARKER,


D Raler, Ajeut I R Convvoycer,

PARKER, PLwA

Will Attend to Payment of Taxes

and Collection of Rent for Non-Residents.

-eSU VEYING A SPECIALTY.- .-




The Allanton- Lmber Compan,


G


AND

GENERAL M E R CHAN

-AT AT.T.AWTON ON EAST BATY,
A-iAAEINOWPREPARED T FILL AI L LRER nR :, -..


ij0 0suned Vegetadle.e
.. ', ? 5< ahfkd Beana... 1t
'. 4 "rplg... 10 Corn. ......10@ 15.
1.... 1y glYas ltia 2 iPeas ........ 10
o'- e.e ... 45. Pumpkin .... ) 12
,,gS0r do ....0 '
*.. .a P.tOVISiONS.
I. 2 ur Iork
-.. ea of S'thbl ,2.35 D. S. p lb ......11
bOltisk ...... 3.25 Bacon Sides... 12
C* irn Mal prbull-.60 Fresh ..... 8.,1i
y Oat Meal pr lb. 5 Br'kf'st Bac'n 10-22
Oorti per hlni .75;'0o Ham Cnnyv's 'l 15-2"
4 Potatoes Shoulders..... I I
I Irish.... ... I 40 Ieef
Sirlo it'se seed 160 Corned ......
Sweet .... 60@75 Fresh ....... 1"
It, pr e auk ... ;.00 Dried ........
Table ........ 5 Milk pr it ...... 10
H HARDWARE.
* *NP iH., uer 1641'at54 Ax,witli handle. 75
G' alv wire do.6.ati Hoes, each .... 35,ia51
lManilla rope .9.tl2Copper piinlt, can 50
~rves cook,.. $8a,1 Linisced oil,gal.'t550t
Pipe, perjoinit 18
L)ItY 0;OOl)",
PF'in'ts, per vd. 5,'t Clieck ..... .5.,5.1.
SSheetings .... 5.iU Fiainel ...... 1.5.140
5Myslin.... .. . II T read per sl,-" l. a 5
J .1 a1s ...... I 5,15 .0ll, S, Lil'ies.*'I1 -.5
.*,M I SCELI.A NE E)Lt
*.. ay pr cw t. ai .t. a5 t R p1 ll .. . )
u r nt l ...... .. .. d 1,*25 Ulick pr M .. .1.1nli
S'twpe Sisal .. .7 Limie pr nl ...... .
-' FItUI I' uid NU IS.
Jr~nigeN pt do.. 45 Pecai, plr II:... 15
;- apples........ w V altit -s. ........ .. I1
.... ...... Ali l ... .
', OVS'E tS
. i.t I th Ip, l,III 0 ii ..l) 1 O pt ,a d 1i 1it 20L
.i 1' .IV ST'L 'OC CK.



1 r-at.e.... tl 51, Co~v8... f I' r f
Mulfl s, ... .50u$75 Hogs. .... i. '>+4
"q ,l x .y pr yoke $ liep .... .....

.' *",k, YJ, . 1l0l.011. ai . 11 .iu.. .. . .. .

l., i',- h . IS I .
: o'-r "u . ; i i
L'' ttllg on t ...... I0 M a,,'t 'u l . ". .
t .. ..U P NL I ISE R. ,
". t. Flooring, Ceilii .
i' na rt, f' in. 4Al 1)0 1 ,eai I, '1 r, *.. I1 .lil
e ," o". 2'.1iJ Face . 12 l-hi n
p. 'f oe, : 1 s p . ,i
Druup siding, Cla pl .i I d..,
tl'eulI. face ein g011 .Oi x ;iii.1)'ill ..tl H' 1l
.S p 10.01) Firieliiei g lui ll-
Bafl' l inlher. Rid 2 b er.,1 $1 5l'a 1 til
earll ilthinglea 4.511 i..ttbh-L i, 1 . . lilt
Sri 1.50 I U uii lul i nIer,
S -, a ted .$20

How'o 1l'his V'
Y WV offur One Hiudied '; litus Reward
I 'or nyc'01a of Cu1 lm l lI that. Cutnl lie
., "cured by Hall'dt Cuttautrh Cuue.
"F."J. CHENIY'&CO., P'rov,.-., TolvduO.
We the undcrsigined, have Iciuno i P. J.
".Oheney I'dr the lIat 15 yeats. and belitva
i mina pef l' tly- '4to oralle iIu alil husincUS
-trauiactionis iand finamnciailly able to carry
.out atl obligatiohis made ly their firing.
Wst; e&Trmux, Wholesarle D uggists,
Toledo, 0.
W*Tding, 'iana> & Miarviin,
S'- Wholesale Druggists, ToledooO.
all'. Vatarrh Cure is taken iiilernally.
;a .tiUng ditoctlY upon the blood a.d inuc
"-.g...ua. glarfaces of the .-systein. Pice, 75c
>' l oele, BSold by all druggists.
Tk l.oe 0al''a F*Jnily Pills for conltipa-


agi CUd w1itwl 1ur.se..
'... A,, ee .. .
?-%.flr'. (wuarill i'- V\ oman's work Is
.iever done! "flisband (struggling with
iuttotnlest shirt co'l;ri--TThat's Jusi
gi, thoug-~-l'
S st sfy to yourself what you would
W-, tbn do what you have to do.-Epico
te.tui..


BEST FOR THE

i, ~BOWELS
It. you haven't a regular, healthy movement of the
" : owsevery day, you're ill or will b. Keep your
S bowes open andbewell. Force, in.the shape of
i ''. olent physic orpill poison, is dangerouAs. The
i mootbest, easiest, most perfect way of keeping
ie bowels clear and clean is to take
CAPT DIARTIC






EAT 'EM "LIKE CANDY
Pleasant. Palatable Potent, Taste Good. Do
'Good, Never Sicken, *eaken or Oripe: 10. 25 and
0 O ents perbox. Write for free sample, and bno.k-
. ,. leton health. Address 433
Sterilig Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN


iTn i~a n, were. loaded it
'he ahirker stort, Sa'nrday;
The' J. P. Williams delivered a
.*1ig freightt tor W. H, Parker <
Co F iday.'
C. J. Riffiuid w\a a caller int
town Sat urdlay.
.Mis.s. Gi Rce Spencer after a week's
vi>it itit Fridlay, fr her home int
W\ wahitlchkn, vi.i. Wetalppo.
('ha'. WV. Fi lies of Cloniantun
w'aq ,'ve"r ;al iiila,1 1 atnd attended the
F. & A. 11. l..1ge.
H.,n. .1. N. VWl.sun and family, alni)
\\. T. Pe-nid -rs l ft Satliilay for
hiei, hllie'. in Snle.anlo via. \W etaippo.
C( M. M.Imliiin n has returned from
A il:,l'.-ia. A 'a.
MNii. W. 'T. Pen ler anl Mibs.
Dira I ..irin %ere caller.a n Mrs. n W.
H. P:a ker oni Fri'l.a .

CROMANTON.
Sr r.;,l RLt.'It, I ,) iL" 1 -ji,0\.
\\" ;are gotintig ;iletvi y of rail.,
pnttinI tIhe gionntd in s plendidh e,,n
,iliitin tfr fall and winter gardlen,.
W-VIin weat'ler still contilnuets, yet
10 ,i, < -1 rmle from o iur ohl itrilh'erli
hlm,.- that ('aptian a ck Frost ailm.le
lhi.- *'lpearince last wevic,,
Li 1 liiitntirs iw e quito nln ertl i.e ,
S ili pi rtof t1f thelo I ,v.
I' Ij- iii.aiu-a.,aa C('ii Iaarl lootnlms up
In -i, i l-t lt hlie n..i t t\ .st a-n il i
mi::!iit he a li pioe lidige cro.siing over
to R -.lli h ',iInt.l .
It ,ili ai nitlit quite flittering, a-
re|lai, i uelanes direct lim n 1rse in utn-
Ihl',- rv tll, graIlktlmg ill soon com--
riQe-'ca' at P.iamia ('iiy, anl go inomlh
io meet t1il ti g 'aling ',ou1th floiU
(C.ii londullo. So muate it*De.
Melsi8s'. Sitilebakel iand E. M'sherlr
wete a, tii to Sr. Airli, cw la, t t ,, k,
it C'tpt. ('hIs Ft 1 tat' In hri, U-Say,
and tOk inl P'aIl in:i -Cily oil their
w\tIn 1,1lou al., re luI, e I a good time
in Ith citle,
It has ILbeni ,o lng siuice thero hias
k-.1 pitreachiilig hluni thi t thle people
hli e lu.glg t n le i- w prel:tacher's naniq.
l'a-tli:ie adn't seem vely guold lor
llie pleavil-t'.r

THE FLUTED COLUMN. O"
Why the Gree1ln AIdopted Thil Form
In Their Architecturc.
The. Gree.:s observ',_. that a smooth
column t.icitd in tl e ilght a:i that it,
Itues were vtaiue and u. certain, wr:r-.
Jean Schoeifer In the Architeetural
Record Magazine. In order to restore
its definite .nc.- 'ihey rcnei4vel the i.!e
of flutlng. It. The sharp ridges of the
flutiags, catching the light, contrasted
wit'" the dark" hollows, thus giving
boJy to the colurun and emphasizing
the vertLoal outline of the edifice.
* a; 4oauble advantage. Thil dis-
j ~4dp 4^ ..
90"('.5,-


.umn becotheAl distinct. To restore the
necessary effect the Greek cuts several
deep llnbs At the point of junction, and
- to emphasize tLem he paints them iun a
Juark tone. Even tbh curve of the cir-
cular t:ru'u carrying the abac.-us iseso
de-igieJ t'ht the b'Ut'it light, striking -
ua o'1 t:r? relief. -0'-ilI fide into n shaded
half t:nt to'.rd the hollow. Thu.i. ; ,
Violet ',e ruc truly saryvc. the GILr'I
'l:'.';:', L e V Cv- Li I alai1tir'nece the for;l' -
". l I r-r'.'n tel'.; hlul to andopt as
he.ug the Lio .' nd:l tno~t enduring.

Staviiia to Deatlh.
Because her sternmc hvwaq so weakened
by useless dirtigini .tlhit t lhe could not
eat., tsr. Marv H-. Walter.-. cf St. Clair'
st.. Columbus. 0 was liltrall- stai'vinff
to death. She writes: "My stomach w'a
so weak Irom useie.s drugs that I cold
nol eat, anJ my nerves so' W'reckcd liat
I could not sleep; aLid not before I was
*iten uli to die was I induced to try
Electric Ritter,, with the wonderful rc-
utilt that improvementn. beran at on'-e,
and ga scomiit-te curt' fcihlowel." Blest
liealth tonic on earth. 50c GutaraiiteLed
bv A. H. Brak,..
I PARKER'S
HAIR BALSAM
C ~rJ i.es r,,d M buti. ha the bair.

,.. . a nx uar r:i n.


qpe xnowa. T!me hias eovered, tiat, all
ie does so rmary hiblns, with the moss-
es of obltiviohi. but we- know that from'
T.he si: ?,-r,bth coutury until the middle
of the e;:.ht mnth it vas clustomary to
have them e Pi'raved on rings. These
io-ile- or mottoes are seldom to be
found with more thin two lines of
vp'al, ,I often wiitl ouly oue. but
iPl 1 I l' f\v li'ta'.c- known where
i:'',' .:', .,,e u 'd. S:onme of these po-
i, ;I,. ;y niiant tandl curio:is. and a
r'e.k r~e '- .1 Ii Ii s'andar.l of pcetic
..., .) ii 1 ; .' ; i ll (' llectioai of
r i :. i i ~ i l.-L'e,1 vitli the title of
"L.\."'L \ .irl.mtind: or., Poic- [ For Rings.
1 L .. : .: . (.- ; iiand Such
Pi l T '"...-it Lov'-.s ie-11 Their
Iov'"-." 't ,: !;f- rn'ss that
nI': t tl-o 10 1 fi.'! with :W I -, 'wI !el'e and
s 1 \,r i i:0;,%.- I ; \\ork. though but
. p "u'! ,. .o.n rto h.-ve heard of it.
Th'i 'oatiL l..'..., uii jii euma has a
c'.ood et-A.lto of0 poy ri:igs. and
llIOl..,l- tiF.':l WV f1l:,.l the oluilowiiug:
"UTiite.l hl .rt, 'ea th o:ily I.arts;"
"I.et lis S' ,Ie in j..,., i:rl care." "Love
an id i\e .h.'p;,!!,." There 1is a stry
to the eft,:'t thj.at Dr. John Thomas.
who \va n lil-!hop ouf Lnucoln in 17T.:,
cali-,'d to !. iij-.'riled lasianh his fourth
wife's w A,!in:,I riBr:
If I :r.'l e.
1 11 nAI therm n\ie'.
--.oidoln Graph!c.
WAS A VERY SICK BOY.


As late, as th..*
century cp etter
burned at the a.."
March 18. 17, I.
was executed a t Ibe
don, for the cr'e..'
was bound to ie t
stool. tl.e ia'1 i tie bell
th r. *ck. The funeral
lighted lay the oxeutlo
uties, otIe of the latter"
Jerked the sto ol from u.
ed creature, al'owin r
on her nec'k. Withiu
ntes the body was efil
ashes and buried In a h
where the execution toqo
The LUnit o
We cannot, of course,
by yards, pints or pounds
of heaL, the standard siu
phenomenon, has been a!
those whose business t
phize on that stfbject to'
tity which can raise a pc
one degree. Now, to tur
water luto n pound ot steel
0.37 of these units of he.
say, If v'e boil a pound
it ill goes away in steam
used in dolug so a qua
whi'-h would have ralse
of water one degree hi ght
ture.


SOUTH-WESTERN


hiad a very ;'.Lt~ U ck iilof cicorn-

'olie. Chl riai*r' .1 d Di LIuu'liOt-ft Ie~lied.'
we: biroiughut himiii out a t r1ig it, qs Ns Mag-
--ie HIcl*'., ''I li'Midland, Alich Tbis rem-
ody canI.P o depeaidod u poii in the ninet se-
vere cno~es. En % o.rf n C1111 ll'autum 11is
eured lby ;I Follow ti-.( plain puihited di.
reel iouu and ce eure is certainh. For sale
liv all nucd~c ii~e ult-aiers.


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PENSACOLA,
Twentieth Century B
Shorhand and business
TAUGHT BY
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Guard of a Vast'
It is tile embodiment
law known to human si
l- concentrate tilhe expert
greatest scientist of tlie age, A labor of love for humanity, ,
No agency fpr health has so many faithful fliends-.non
NI inman v. m
OXYDONOR inmsills new life into tho system; regene
ate". \inalizes every ,iirga into the proper discharge ote t
%lhicii Natire inteilPud thni Its usA beings vigorous Iel t
physical aetivilt that makes life worth living. .
OXYDONOR ar hebeen filly tested in all diseaseR.'
health .ti halfipi,,o8i to suff'eres from Rhioimatisi, (Inflj
iclar, S'eiatic) Neuralgia, Oatasi. Hay Fever, Asthma,
Blood Diseasas, Ty1yphoid, Malarial anid all Fevers, Female '
Direahe-< of Chiilire i
Wiiie for book *-Grateful Reports" containing illiutra$..
rpprts I'rom many well-known peprilp.
Avoid Fraudulent Imitations. The only giul
has the name of the O(RIGINATOR ami INVENTOB;
I)R H. SANC-HE, stamped in the metal.
Dr. H. SANCHE & Co, 61Fif street. Detroit, M
489 Filfth avo.. New York Ci
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they ae. ui,.si-tl 'r fT y0J do not your.
lawn is covered with wormy fruits
which look bad and smell worse. The
ueaO Is a bhort lived, dlc'!:(.ate i'ei
.rhlh is particularly psu~iJeet t.) Sai.
Jos)e scale. Plums and elu'-rrios ir.
.sure to yield wormy fruit lu.iels "1)
Jar tl- en-ciul'ri or l t o1' them Ion'; ,,
foure breakfast or u'-ile.- ycu let t1r
chicIko; run Iieu',nt, the trees. Both
are vioik'nt s oll -il' onsi for a li:nnr
lawn.-Cou:itryi L :',. I:i .A.'eor':a.
A N,-turrli 1,fereuce.
For no otl.' r r, )i t.:.n th-it 11-
poultr'y book tild 'n ti.) I lire Ii
'lavislyv fd l ie ivand anske. liini-'..-
no questions.
.The lhen.; ivre variously a I,-'ted.
the Le:zhornis fo'indl ,i..:!2 l ty Ii
keep!=n tho:r hot ;";i .i 1'o.l fr'ion
open revolt. Th,, C('-'llii?. with tn
oriental alp-tJ y. ?,11 1 it v.'. f inte an
way. But the ohl I'H lrnItll Ro<.t h-
the Amerlean. sense of hu:miir.
"Ele tbhn'.s wo'4 grilng to lIy bricks,
she 'a.k led.--'ti''

Well Worth Trying.
W. H. Brown, the popular oengion at-
torney. of Fittsfield, Vt.,says: "Next t>
a pension, the best thing to get is Dr.
King's New Life Pills." He writes:
'They keep my family in splendid
health." Quicir cure for headache, con.
stipation andebiliousness. 25c. Guaran-
teed at A. H. Braka's store.
Ii'zl=ee and Swfer bearl.
For ce.ntdriewa we have tried to get
tiu- word that exi-re.es the relintion of
loe man to the tni:ii l he iIntmids to
.mirrry. "Intrinded" .has been tried and'
found wanting. "My bloke." "my
"U. Jgo o!Uqnjl"ntions are
1rind In turn I sto irels. "My bb-
'rotlied," a plirnse used In Germany.
hna uot taken roat In England. "My
sweetheart ia pretty enough, btt it
'neks the official sound. Young men
.ind nintdens become engaged and mar-
ry, but they have to cross. the channel
for the word that leads them to the
altar. One might suggest to the blush-
ing girl who has to allude to the man
of her acceptance "my future." French
maidens speak of "mon future and it
.sounds eomprehenslve.-London Chron-
icle.
Advertitlaun.
Until business is successful without
a prolp'e store, proper employees and
the right amount of capital, it must bo
assumed that these three conditions
are essential to the conduct of profit-
able trade, and It Is as obvious that
so long as advertising accompanies the
business of profit advertising is nec-
essary for the uphuilding of bust.
neas. The mere appearance of advertis-
ing indicates that business Is being
done or will be done, and so long as
everybody prefers to buy of men of
success rather than of men of failure
just so long will the man who adver-
tises be likely to do the largest busi-
ness.

Small Cottage for Rent,
Corner Wyoming a.'o and Wilmot st.
Apply at Buoy office.


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Over 100 destids ol Irom Fence shown Is our calls.
lodie. Low rices will Aur sa Yom/.
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8 Andrew, FVia.

SOR SALE!

A SKIFF,
AlInost as Oood as Newl
May be seen lying on the
Beach in front of the Bnoy Office.
kpply at Buoy Office.
fighting Scailcknesa..
There ib one place in a ship where
the voyager may be at rest. This writ-
er discovered it during a mild-Atlantic
storm, when he went down to the bath-
room, tumbled into a warm son b-ith
nnd floated. The vessel was pri form
inig the iIoAt ai;Iz7.;ng unti I'. it eLbe
\V';I 1r In t'e bath k',pt it I u.:; or.tvl
(y' l : It ll, ;.t l!''" .i ti ,l 'i ., i..Il'
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TIME TABLE


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No 4
12:35 nr'n
2:22 p. m
4:22 "
8"25


In Effect April 14, 1901
NEW ORLEANS ANDI MOBILE,


No. 2 No. 8
* 11:05 p.m. Leave Pensacola, A,rr.ve 5.00 a.m.

7:30 New Orleans, 8:00 p.m,
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No. 2
11:05 p.m.
6:15 a.m.
11:59 "
2:30 "
7:20 "
7:20 p.m


No. 2.
Daily.
11:55 p.m.
12:15 u't
12:20 "
12:23 "
12:35 "
12:39 '*
12-50 "
12:58 *'
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1:55 "
2:20 '
2;33 "
3:00 '"
3:23 "
4:113 "
4-18 "
4:4C "
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5:33 "
6:00 '
6:20 '
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7:50 '
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12:35 p. m. Leave
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Birmingham
Louisville
Cincinnat
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1'Er$NACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION
No No. 2
Dainy. D tily.
*00 a m. Lv Pensacola. Ar40:50 I
1:1. Bohemia. A 10:37
Yniestra. 10:34
7:18 Escambia. 10:S2
1:25 Muhat 10:23'
7:28 Harp 10:21
7:35 Galt City 10:15
7:39 Miltou 10:10
.... Good Range ..
8:15 Holt 9:35
8:30 Millictan 9:20
8:38 Crestview o:13
8:56 Deer Land 8:55
9:10 Mossy Head 8:40
9:35 DcFuniak Springs 8:18
9:44 Argyle 7:44
9:57 Ponce de Leon 7:29
10:10 Wertville 7:17
b1:15 Caryville 7:12
10:30 Bonifay 6:55
10:47 Chl)Ieyv 6:37
11:07 Cottondale 6:18
11:25 Marianna 6:00
11:45 Cypress 5:38
11.42 Grand Ridge 5:32
12:02n'n Sneads 5:21
12:15 Ar RiverJunction Leave 51:0 1


Dodtro' Latin.
At Its best It must be admitted that
doctors' Latin is, in the words of a dis-
tinguished professor, "doggy and me-
djaevil." For our owp part we would
go so far as to say that it Is more
"'doggy" than mediaeval. At Its worst
It ts a.- aonstrum4orIeadrn'.with-whll':
no respectable dog would own kinship.
-British Medical Journal.
Clfars Before Breakfast.
"The 'proper time to test a cigar or
stogy is in the morning before break-
fast," said a tobacconist "Naturally,
early mornlug smoking Is not healthy,
but It Is very discriminating. Try it
by g moking samples of your favorite
brauds In the early morning and you
can depend upon your judgment."-
Pittsburg Press.
Trirumph of Awt.
Miss Peaclhley (exhibiting her new
Ilat--I Know you won't like It. Miss
Tartun-But I do. dear. I never saw
anything more artistle than that ar-
rangemnent of the flowers. It bides the
Fhape of It benantfully.-Chicago Trib-
line.
Jst< Like the Little Injuna.
Teacher-How many commandments
are there. Sally? Sally-Please, teach-
er. ten. Teacher-Suppose you were to
breut a conmmaudment. (Impressive
pausee) Sally-Then there'd be nine.-
PuncIh.
TIw Re atilve.
Kess-Charlie, will you tell me what
tliime it ist I've left my watch at my
utni's. Charlie-Awfully sorry, but I
can't. I've left mine at my uncle's.

Even beauty cannot palliate e-cen-
tricity.--Balzac.


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Good and EvIL
Accustom yourself to submit a o U
ery oenas'on to it smain preRetf l
obtain a greater distant good. Thi
will give decision. tonre and energy to
the mind. which thus disciplined will
often reap vietorr from defeat and
honor from repufs.---Colton.
*i--t ,v B.0 -'-% 1<-I*.,
?n-1i".'1-'No, dicar. the .tlp-a'l
oc-'iu miever freezess -oVr. IT s,'-a !
bat it iniAt. 1 heard Irlpati t'ling .'I'.
Cia3yly tlhat : .Leai he Ii.ts couthig acr"Ss
f;:' -. 1: "Ir c the lI-;r time he I...1 % br
,i.L5.tt. uiI aLI the i.we.


Chambedrai0's
Colic, Cholera & DMarf ilU


of a reliable remedy ot r .
diarrhea at some time d d
year.
This rem*y is recomended
by dealers who have sold it for
many years and know its valm.
It has received dhomands
testimonials from grateflpple
It has been presb pl
siciam with the noest M atory
results.
It has often saved fife befon
medicine could haqe been sent for
or a.physician n sumnoned.
It only costs a quarter. CM
you afford to risk so much for o
little) BUY IT NOW.'


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S A Ere l'.e.r an Rye.
A younx i dly Criend of our acquabt
--- :--nce.ba: r~e-ently received a shock
A Among her e:tenusive wale acquaint-
e ane", there Ia, a blue eyed youth. Itc
6 w Res muiih into society and Is a hot fa-
vorite among the nicer sex because of
his eyes. Alack! One of them Is glass.
But there is no need, as he says, for
every one to know that, and, really, it
oeems so much the counterpart of the
other that not one In a hundred would
A[ -detect It. On this occasion he escorted
the young lady In question to a re-
freshment room. As they were taking
tea and coffee he looked unutterable
- gave vent to a startled exclamation.
g-. Her'eyes fixed on his with a mysteri-
.o us intentness and horror. -A fly had
settled in the center of his glass eye
and remained there, he, of course, un-
conscious of Its presence. The sight of
that eye looking at her with a fly on it
and the owner making no attempt to
brush It off, was too much for his com-
panion. It overpowered her, and she
shudders when she recalls the circum-
tance.-London Answers.

The Queer Chameleon.
SThere Is nothing in the world will In.
; .'dluce a chameleon to take even the
S-lightest apparent Interest in its sur-
h. tduadlngs unless it be the sight of
.", what it considers a to6thsome Insect.
: '; *'^S Jameleon's method of taking Its

S.'0i, ft an. enormously long,
wormilke tongue, the end of which is
,''hlibb~d and covered with a viscid se-
p tlion, to which the Insects stick and
are thus drawn Into Its mouth. The ac-
tual projection of the tongue is made
Switch marvelous rapidity. The eyes of
the chameleon' are very curiods. They
are very large, but, with the exception
of a small opening lu the center, are
covered with skin. They are also en-
tirely Independent of each other, with
the result that occasionally the crea-
ture is looking forward over Its nose
with one eye, while with the other It is
Intently watching something directly
behind it.


Our Locked Up Porces.
It Is the locked up forces within, that
le deep In our natures, not those that
are on the surface, that test our mettle.
It sla within everybody's power to call
out these hidden forces, to be some-
body and to do something worth while
in the world, and the man who does
not do It is violating his sacred birth-
right.-Succets Magazilne.


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sihiwiug all t.lie- minere iniqporta
builliIgm-is of great valte toan
.we ontemniplatintg pnrlichasihg pro
e-'t in t'liwu. It covers aba,it I'ii
liies of coei-t liine, exteni,!iig eas
waNri fron D)yer's Pi,.t ro aHnil ei
kbracing Ol St. Aihitrew, witi ci
respondling territory inlanil. P i,
Oite Dollar, at thle BUOY Office.
S Also
SA SECTIONAL MAP OF 'I'tlE S'
AN;CRWS BAY COUN rR Y,
'. *thowiing all'the nr.ds disponed of I






b.:-.thininnati Com)pany, also locate
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Si I ot cotintry. The phit of ti
au I fr t'bt shown. but by tile aid n
r-i'p tile altproxiniate lcaitn o
r iterrito~rpi inlad. Puiq'
tr, ma r will be sent by mail i

S,'ji D ti or. receipt of the price.

Our Clubbing List.
"' Tihe BUO1 has made very liher:lactla
bing airraugmellts witl a. few of the. veo
e es 'tpunlietaio ns in tlie country and f<
Sli eseitat cw arv aewd, for a wi ole year
i$ne ButOY ain
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aiid Year Book).......... '1
Bhe FlaT.'U. & Citizen, daily for $5
S do Seni weekly, for$l
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a trnierfmatriFit Srower" ... 51
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.OFarm Journal, Philad'd, monthly t I
Oin-iiiinali iEnquirer twice a week
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St. Andre". Fla.

SFor Sale!

We offer for sale a strip from the
south side of the north half of the
northwest quarter of section 10. town-
ship 4 south. range- 14 west, runtling
fim' the school house to Watson bayou,
adjoining Millville on the south. WHI be
sold in acre. quarter, or half-acre 16ts.
The price asked will be according to
heatiou. W. A. EMMONS & CO


4


Awrow Shieldn.
The other day I saw a little, modern
Dook, In a green cover, on a table In
a drawing ro..m. I picked It up. It
was about the early French in Canada,
and my eye fell on a copy of a draw.
ing by their leader, Champlin, or Chain.
plain. The scene represented was an
attack by the native allies of the
French, the Algonquins, on a fort held
by Iroquois. The Algonquins advanced
through showers of arrows under
shields nearly as tall as themselves,
like doors with rounded tops. Now,
you may see exactly the same sort of
shields in a picture of a lion hunt, In-
laid In gold and silver, on the bronze
blade of a dagger found by Dr. Schile-
mann In "the grave of Agamemnon."
These monstrous Mycenaean shields
cause much discussion among the learn-
ed. Why were they so huge? The Al-
gonquins used the very same shields,
hung from their necks, and the reason
was the same-their battles were bat-
ties of archers, and nobody can parry
a shower of arrows with a smaller
shield. Shields grew small in Greece
as bow and arrow went out and sword
and spear came In.-London Illustrat-
ed News.


The Fiddle Drill.
The fiddlee drill" Is one of the oldest
stonecutting tools in existence. It Is
said to antedate Greek sculpture andt
Is in use today in about the same form
.sa It was ,000 vt"ytors ao l -,_V
mplies,T 6 actin rseml a fiddle.
The drill is of two pieces. In one hand
a carver holds the drill stock, which is
like a carpenter's bruce, except that It
Is straight instead of having a crank.
.u tla' other limnd he holds the "bow,"
which Is strung with a brass wire and
which Is given a turn around the dril'
toc'k. 'T-.) use the drill tihe carver
places the a.Irill stock igulnst lil; breast
holding t I:l;]i his left hand, and with
his rIl...it he ,lo':aws tie biw bnck und
f'.rth. fiddle rf-lilorki This Impairts a
rat;ary rnu..tio ._i ) tlhe ilrll stock, and
thli drill is gro'I,,l to cut in either way
it turn s. "The iah lhl drill is uN'el In the
ltae.st work, in cr\vi sculptor could,not reach with his chiseL
and hammer without endangering the


carving.

The W'orvrinau HnlSlM.
I askedri n Ilhyqici-n what cure he
wouMd suggest f,)r thr. worrying habit.
"I would pr'(.'il*e comnnmon sense," he
said. "And If a 1man or woman hasn't
got a stock on hand anu. can't cultivate
one no doctor can g.ve It to him or
her. This worrying nonsense grows.
The best means to cure It lies in the-
hands of the woman heborelf. If she
will just call a little common souse to
her aid, resolve not to borrow trouble,
to be cheerful and think upon the best
side of things, she will live longer and
retain her beauty longer. Every wom-
an wants to keep beautiful to the last.
Why does she take the course which Is
sure to make her yellow skinned, dull
eyed and thoroughly unlvely?"
Why, Indeed ?-New York Globe.

Vanilla.
It I curious to read that vanilla was
employed by the Aztecs of. Mexico as
an Ingredient In the manufacture of
chocolate pripo' to the discovery of
mmameA .by- the Spanlaiads and that it
tfit to Europe as a perfume
wlt*4 Idigo, cochineal and cacao ten
years before the arrival of tobacco on
our shores. The name vanilla is de-
rived from the Spanish vaina, a pod or
capsule. Dampier described it as a
little pod full-of small black seeds and
like the stem of a tobacco leaf, so much
so that his men when they found the
dried pods at first threw them away,
"wondering why the Spaniards should
lay up tobacco stems." Chambera'
Journal.


LEGAL NOTIC.ES.


NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
LAND OrFacE: AT G.AINESVILI E, FLA.)
July 16, 1006.
Notice is hereby given that the fnl-
'lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup-
port of his claim. and that., aid proof
will be made before the Clerk of the
Circunit Court at Vernon, F:a., ,on Sept.
20. 1906, v;ri:
JOSEPH S ROOM of Anderson, Fia.
'Hd 35456 for the set of ee 14, tp 2~,
Sr. 15 w.
He n ames the rollowine witnesses to
prove his contini-ous residence upon
and cultivation of said land., vi7..:
S amuel Richareson, Marion Shii.cs,
Charlie M Porter and A A McCallvm,
all of Anderson, Fla.
W. G ROBlN'.osr. ITevister.


Notice of Application for Tax
Deed
Under Section 8 of Chapter r,4^, Laws of
Florida.
Nolice is hereby given that J. A. El-
oler, pnrt-haser of Tax .Certificates Nos.
110, 111 and 112, dated the 6 h day of
June, A, h. 1.004, has filed said qtbitificates
Jit n. office And has made'"pplication
or A t i, e Iw: -.ith
lowing described property situated in
Washington county, Florida, ta-wit: Ten
acres on nordh side of w} of sw, 4 'and 5
acreo ou south side of sw!, .of swi, -and
5 acres in se corner of se pt owa, all in
sec. 31-, tp. 3s, r. 14wr The said land
being asssed at the date of the issuance
of such certificates in the aame of -Uut-
known. lUnless said certificates shallhbe
redeemed according to law. tax deed will
issue thereon, on the 14th day of Septem-
ber, A. D. 1905.
Witness my official signature and aaal
[L 8.1 this the 8th'day of August,
a. D. ,1 06.
W. C. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit 3"ourt,


!5 Notice of Application for Tax
l0 'Deed
Undar Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of,
5 Florida.
5 Notice is hereby giver. that Grace E.
0 Drummond, purchaser of Tax Certificate
5 No. 133. dated the 6th dav of June A. P.
10 904, has filed said certificat, in my offu.e
- and has made application for tax deed to-
issue in accordance with law. Said certifi-
cate emibraces the following described
properly situated in Washington county,
Florida, to-wit: the nea4 of ne1 of sec-
tion 9, tp. 4s, r. 14w. The said land being
'assessed at the date of the issuance of
msch certifiscatr in the name of J. TI
Drummotnd. Unless said certificate shall
Sbe redeemed according to law, tax dead
will iqsue thereoi on the 241h day ef
,Sept'emiler, A.D'. 1-906.
Witness my official signature and seal
[L. 8.] this the 18th day of August, A. D.
1906. W. C. LOCK EY,
Clerk Circuit Cowrt,
Washington County, Flurida,


Ir 0

THE EIGHTH

GIRL

By BELLE MANDATES

(npyrigbt. IfOJ. by P. C. EaastMent

Whou John Walker was left a wid-
ower, alt~ouahli he was in the prime of
manhood, with a comfortable income
and good habits, it was universally
predicted that hli could never win a
second wife.
For what manner of woman-that Is,
of the Type fastidious John Walker
would faucy could contemplate the
I'rosieoct of stepmotberlug seven daugh-
ters ranging In age from pert thirteen
to precoolous four?
If the children had been boys, John
Walker's prospects would have beeu
more favoruile,, fur a squad of boys
con be turned afield, but seven girls
to hear and beed until they should
come to anu nae when they would with
their lords depart!
John Walker was domestic, and after-
two years of widowerhood he began to
yearn for a goddess of his hearth aud
home. The affairs of his household-
had not been administered so badly
since his w l cook


Ing over the r klfceu fr .eigbt year.
The seahastress, who had always spent.
a month each spring and autumn "sew-
ing up" for the young Walkers, contin-
ued her visits, with the addyd respon-
siblIty of selecting and purchasihl
material.
The eldest girl, Madge, was proml
Ing to be qulte a prnctlcal little houn
keeper, but John Walker knew that
wise feminine hand and heart were e
sential to the guidance of his'activ
romping, unruly troop of youngsters
lie began to call assiduously up
Cecilia Rayne, a young woman
nowued for her Intellect, practical
and excellent judgment She accept
his attentions, though reservedly, a i
with a general air of careful consld*-
atlon and "weighing in the balance.<.
His Intentions were regarded as tI
mistakable when he Invited her, with
her mother, to visit his home and droik
tpa one afternoon. The children on this
fateful day had never been so noisy or
unattractive. Even Madge was bois-
terous and untidy.
John Walker did not know that It .
was malice aforethought on the part
of his offspring. Madge was preco-
cious and acute eared. She had heard
It said that John Walker would marry
Just as soon as he could find, any one
to have him. She had sized up Milss
Rayne as a home ruler, and in the
mother of Miss Rayne she scented a
natural enemy.
So she Instigated and encouraged re-
bellion in her many sisters, and their
deportment carried the day. John
Walker escorted his guests to their
home and returned with the firm In-
teunton of administering unto his own
something stronger than rebuke.
He found his flock white robed and
sweet voiced, awaiting with uplifted
mouths his good' night caress, and he
could not bring himself to mar their
slumbers by so much as a word.
"If she only could have seen them as
they are now!" he thought, with a re-
gretful sigh.
Madge's busy little brain worked
overtime that night on the solution of
the stepmother problem. A day or
two after the eventful visit of Miss
Cecilia Rayne, as John Walker was
passing a little park, he met two or I
three kindergarten teachers walking i
with their young charges. He gave
theta but a casual glance, when his
attention was attracted by a delighted
cry of "Papal"
The littlest and last child in the pro-
cession let go of the hand of the young 8
girl with whom she was walking and I
rushed up to him.
"Why. Tot" he said, taking her up -
In his arms. / Y
Then he looked hesitatingly at the t
young teacher, who was walking on t
slowly.
"You must be Mr. Walker," she said J
naively. "I am Tot's kindergarten n
teacher." t
"Are you?" he asked Interestedly. "I
didn't know that Tot attended a kin-
dergarten."
"rDidn't you?" she asked anxiously. d
"Madge brought her to school yester- F
day and entered her as a pupil. I sup- e
posed It was your wish." i
"Of course It Is," he replied prompt- 1
ly. "only I hadn't thought of It before. f
I am glad Madge Is so wise." f
"I've learned lots, papa. I'm going e
to prick you a card," assured Tot.. 'c
"Thank you, darling. Where isyour 11
school. Miss"'- h
"Wordon," she said, supplying the
lnaeae. "The school Is on the corner. of
Wood and Third streets, three blocks
below. Are you fond of children, Mr.
Walker?" she asked, looking up at the ',


l flrst day that John called for Tol
> rdlally seconded the child's in-
Sto her teacher to come home
iem to luncheon that she was
fC to comply.
a music hour was from 5:80 to
8 Ihe wouid4Wat pift'tce properly
her jWacher would consent to
"it_ nor. The children all claim.
d SA a kindred spirit and called
Shb M," for which they were stern-
ly.. ineffectually reprimanded by
nt, who finally followed their
eXf and called her by that name

iRonth of July the Walkers
we their summer cottage on a lake
so enty miles from the city.
aed vacation more than any
one, John Walker abruptly to
B day. "You must go with us."
you very much," said the girl
gra "It's kind in you to ask me,
but I can't accept."
I t?" he demanded. "Your
ta going west on an extended
bu and he won't need you."
blasted, hesitated and then


1U aee, of course, It would
.right, but then you know
talk-they wouldn't ap-

flounder in her explana-
suddenly 'comprehended.
Biillitf ri .A*"ll^I~l


manfr
A 1
looked
hapipl
the fli
"Be
But
"Bese
on ffi
"Shi
though
In t
which
use, b
turned
It ver
sudde
lake (
tote

randa
and r
to rov
besid1
be kA
mate
She
her tl
from,'
the,

alight!
that
In I
was b
was

Stant
' -t


eight
you a
you ti
he -gl
ry at
The
rohn
ueede
ban 4


One
iated
Por Y
d as
ret '.
allo


ls0ppo"e y6u are growing
chaperon. '
years old," she said

_A gAteat age. Well, I have
un a meek, elderly wid-
Athe children rule firmly. I
would like a month or so

finally arranged.
ti9e on John Walker sud-
ed his children's teacher In

SIf a beautiful young girl
could come to care for an old
me," he pondered. "I had
That she considered me an old

stirred within him as he
pat the fair young face gazing
er the waters of the lake on
ialght of their arrival.
'he said suddenly.
children had also called
and she was away for a romp

only a child, after all," he
with a sigh.
Walker boathouse was a canoe
ie. children were forbidden to
Bess one Sunday morning ven-
)* alone in it. She managed
441Ilfully, but on her return a
Wad came up and made the
y. She had all she could do
little craft right side up.
Iket, coming out on the re-
the cottage, saw her danger
'd to the boathouse, Intending
t after her. Another emotion
xlety surged within him, and
now that' he loved this play-
is children.
making great progress with
canoe, and as he rowed out
toathouse she was landing at

i a very merry, winsome face,
1th'the'excitement .and danger,
a lifted to his.
a reaction from his fright be
caning to censure her when he
errupted by Madge, who had
d upon the scene and who ln-
resented her father's lecture.
shall not scold her!" she cried
"I wanted her for our step-
.but I'll give her up If you
Ding to be nice to her."
Mrned red and pale by turns.
ce you to $he house, Madge,"
and they were away.
' said John softly when he had
In getting an interview, "as
had thought of you as my
ri. I don't want to think of
stepmother, but I do want
Smy wife and a companion to
-use I love you. Will you
re for me?"
ltet of the world was that
iher had eight girls now and
-.woman in his house more


Ogte Letter Writers.
q earliest of these "gulde."
wns styled "A Presidlent
-Penmen." It was advertls
I- variety. delight nnd pleas-
rmer quality It undoubtcd--
', as will be seen from the
dings: There is "A letter
to a fantastical, conceit.
V ( byting letter to a
lewoman." with a "byt-
1 itbe same. which mr'us
,..he feelings of the wr:t-
laucboly. disc-utetive-p
frowne of a kinsmann"
on, "A kind ofr barrel.
ra tjowne of a fr;enj."
luqklje to borrow, n-


RaleG.


afcfrr smile.
She flushed and laughed a little. -
"Come and visit ourt' school some
time. then."
"I will walk there with you n6w,"
he responded promptly,: setting Tot
down on tihe sidewalk,-
The child instattlyt appropriated a
hand of each guardian and skipped
along between them.
"Who takes her to and from school?"
he asked, remembering the autoltnobiles
and trolley cars.
"Madge has so far."
"Madge said you could stop for me
noons on your way home to luncheon,"
said the little girl. -
"Why. yes, so I can. How did Madge
know of your school, Miss Worden?"
"O01, Madge and I are old friends. I
give music lesions afternoons, and her
Inseparable- companion, Grace Landon.
Is one of my pTrpTs."
"F wish you would give Madge fes


count
nivy
lived.
tract

than
GrapI









Coo

Jed
lor, i"


sons too. Her teacher left the city in th
some time ago, and I have neglected to ,beoly
Shave her start again." t od
"I should be'glad to teach her," said Jed
the girl simply. Jed
"Very well. 'You may commence to- his ei
morrow, if agreeable, and give her two to hi
lessons a weel." tradi
"She's a sweet little girl," thought guns,
John Walker as he pursued his way else,
from the kindergarten. "She must be fellow
Tog Worden's daughter. Poor fellow: gain.
His fallmre took all he had. She's a He
trump to take hold and help in this tue


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'i,,sii .<,-i f toj l v nIr,- ih-' -,'l 'do d at a
l]." or ti *i'.l. \vitlh -li:>rl '-rs untll all
that what ]<-l't t,. lii1 i w\i S :i t-ii .-re lot
lying jn.-t ai:td-il' tio vill.avte limits.
it v-a ;.iz tinH' au i :a-ov ;N cotlul be
f'oailld In the i'ount ;in-.l 1.-l \\1 hang
.ng ian to rhit mitil o'iii- lightning rod
11lai 'I I'frla ,it top th,? i ky lmountauins
wh lla .I.' fi'll iu l 'uv '.
Ji.m i lr h.1,n.-. tihe. e;rp')ii tr, tihad diedd
i'r-e yV [.rs lI .-"'fre :udl lt'ft a1 level
he:i.!e I. -,O.'uil 'l.a '"a' Il l,,'.v -,-hi!umal him
Slte w:- n: 1 an l oLl l.aui lt,. ,ti ,Jel't,
.ni' li hl:i' <.- len h-r ni o) t e L\' ir;. day
'or tweaty-tit'-.' ye:'!ar', alin iiuntil the
- irlt ,,f 1* .v', lI,'!,l. h I i)p hle h:ial sImr
',y rvcs'rah'ad h.-r as lihe lo'k,. l upon all
ol l]'.r wioimihn.
He was sitthitr on th;("e ar,'-'ry" st'epz
one dny rwhIttliitt z i w rn hi I l.lf' sl;ip
I1ed and cut hMl- tnaira-'r 'l'h. \Vli.l,
I'hlanina-q wa't Ju t iill-'itr. l!:e 'ttore? froi
half a d,'z'.'n ,.'i.4 when the n;i'-.islont
Ovt'itrr'. andl -'be luil!'d ow i lt l''r Ihnand
kTr. nl't'fnul l l nd -, bl' th M ,lee--in
flHi ta-r. It wa.i only v ri-iH ., lint s.onu
how It toluhed the lahn:t ilf tinUe ol.
bachelor, and there on the wlulsw.
"Martha." he began, "I've got tired
of slh.iusg tiaround aloue ind umn going ,
to get munrirell."
"For the lani's sake!" she exclaimed
"That ls, if the wIh omin'Ilwa) ..wiL.


"Now, ded. d tont 'cme "' .romn.t hr ...
with any of your nonsense. she said'
"You tlre it good ujatuire a n:nan, but you
airL lu:.y. You think you've giot brain;
but everylIn'ldy lho.its you. It wotul'.
dri'.ve ie crazy to have such a bus.
stand "
"I eoul.l and would reform. If I h:,l
lly (lia' to I..'.''k fit ls'U I'd go) to work.'
"'I 1:-'v<-'i't tirp to lbe Ipokl:; u[i :
h-i- taudl. It's harid to ta'ich old do-'-
ne\\" tricks. Th.iauk ye tor thi hoiior
Jedi. lut I guess %\e won't do any .iar
ryi Ig."
.1ed was crau.hed for three d.ays. d'.r
II, v.:.li>h tim[Ue a widn'mll mran cin-,
all:'.; aind c.J-Tr.d to traii'L hian l >5.ai -
ries of dl:'-ert I.ail ia .\i'i.,'w ;i: for 1:1 -
l-;il,:ow and 'iexIpl: ia'a.Il that he e.,cill.
rii..- 10.,,(i) '. itr i.'-. a li -s to the aurai o'0:
thet.' s a nly soil din g.ill-:on to" grease the f'.'eft of Iabies
with.
If Jed had heoi':i in his ul rrj.il ('o:n !i
tion h.n- t:oul]il hi'.l \ h1 al thie of
oi'- ntat Ionce, itut h 'Wait in tlj,' throes
of' I', s'rl-:':, hi\- b 1i%.t:ili-hjed the
towu !aiy t'irn.ii, thi wiindaiill niith
do'vn. Two days la r-r he wout bna.-k
to thit- \%% oa'. i:.1 -7Ili :
.M 'il'tla. ha.d 1 dl',.1i.ll. aBl'tt .Tiau
last night. I dr i':iw -l ilahat I tnet hiai
in 'fr',nt of tlh. I,'l ; l"sa:iath :;,i', ajU
that we slihc k bh:ands and he sid I,
h.ped I'd marry:, ytiu.
"(-t>h, you've cone about that, haae
you?" shor itio,!d.
"I have. I'm a mlserab)!e lu.m."
"Huve you tried c-atuip tea? '
"Catnip tea? Grc-at heavenn! Wha'
alll- me Is love, and ift' the Ni si.iipp'
river wns composo.:d or cat..'p te: Ii
couldn't cure me. Martha, If .you .v,:u '
promise to have we I can't it -e a week
Joiwer."
'Nonsense. I'm buly with may Iron
Inc'. and you run nlon.'."
Jed was now so broken up tl;at v.
erybody began to uotico anail .on ,,wnt
oi It, Ibtt wtheQ questioAi hi ,i;' .aiunply
shook his hbnd and Intlnat.-di that lj.-
was not long for this sinful world, lite
got up energy enough, however, to
contract to get out a thousna l t'c.-s for
a suburban heltetrie line. and. hoping
this might work in hi is favor. lie paid
another visit to the widow and told
her of it.
"Now that you se I am g,'ing to
work. cnu't you say ye7?" ha asked in
conclusion.
".edl, whbt do you comie ah.)the-ring
for?" shie asked.
"Because I lov, you."
"Don't be slitly. I'm na kiug mince
pies today and haliv'n't tines. tj a.g)t."
Jed went away, determnlnetd to throw
himself into the mill pind, but when lie
reached the baInk liae met a str:ang.'r
who bad been I'olinog narotinal the vil'.
lange for a couple of days witha(ut tell
Ing any cue Lis business. iHe intro-
duced hlmist'f 'and said that hle thought
some of establislingi nn orliha:n asylum
If he could ind it site to suit. In tits
way he brought the tanl around to
Jed's meadow. '1 he vniu, of the land
as It lay was $p1110 an ;wrt.'. though Jed
had never had a ensh ofTfer for It.
The stranger didn't exhillt too great
interest In the intter. lie siald he'd
think the natter over and perhaps
make an offer. Il, hal no mountains
In' Idaho anrd no hlk-.si in Europe to
trade,. but wtouhd lIe rep.Pared to) pay
cashit A day lait.', while still sauntor-
Ing around, Ih., i.ct .Jed and said that
he could have $1,)0 ) for the land as,
soon s the deed was rimade out. The
lovelorn bachelor lhai .started for the
offlce-of the vlllagL' l-uvyLer tO hitve .the -
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Surrounding Country.Andrew
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Th his fl.e latest ani elost cohptet -
laud :low for working plants in the garden. It-
ssell-n(ijiisttble; the weight the biock to
which ithe bIlade is attached keeps it 'in thez'-'.
ground, and the depth of plowing is reguated
by lifting the handles. A boy or girl of ten "'
.''\ ,a- "an hIarndle it with perfect ease. It has a"
S-in i ,-tr.cl wheel, the height of which makes .
-thS plow light of draft. It has five bladesE 1
t il g mie'o-'ld, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweepor weeding
Alaic, 4 a bull-tionvue, 5 a rake. Wrenohb
-jilh bench plow. n
iif We have inade arrangementli" *y
"nich *e van furnish this plow a*
i the a,'tory priice, $3.75, wL Ai s









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ri.ght in St. A nd rew av .-l-, ut oine, dillir, mukina he plow, deliver'r .i
$4.50. But I I- r\, ,ti !r|" > to do l'iCt tr tl an tlii and % ill denrd *the *Bt't.
'.*Ano %cilr iill 1 ni--lA oin-I i f tlt'( e pl(. I f coiiiplite- ali ile flieltor( for $4.
p.ichai .-r .y frei t .
The plow i:i ,.-ain in operationn at 1hI c-diltor'- reiden ee at nnly ti-11'.
O'lad1.r from tl.-h n-'t 'B UO-Y r"-.-


MADAE DAIBF~~CLFEMALE

A S.vv,gCHR 'I, Rrua' -
lEVER KNOWN TO FAIL- F~-1 T.
1I .0 Ie~. I .
haw t Lcaa I a 1 y rOF,ri t, '
UNITED MEDICAL Co.. sox 74, LtP'cAwqTFR. PA

Sold at St. Andrew,; BaY. Fla.. at
DR. MITCHELL'S-,DHU(i STOIUE.


,a-i l:a ofCa it. M.:r:;:' r ''"
''.1. yoV u'v,, a.- ka ,l ilPe to 1a1 -rr'y you.'
.ae s;e i in epi-n !y.
"I hi ., lutr you dou't seem'r to .anr
whether y.tit drive uie, to a stilIid '>
grave or.-not.
"I don't know but I'd.tbe' willing ft
take acesaces" .
"As how?" -
"If you'll deed me this land todal
I'll .promise to marry, 'ou, withiin--
moath. I shan't .ap:jr any-qtjo


e,,o "Miss fie had told ideri'the ii -:-A- -. d44
In. giving hr an a. "Look liere, ,Ied, don't you talte too .aow uand tiput a wayltv t{il c Uait8
itmurkable lustance of much stock In the orphan bus'ess."- to be recorded. .(,t tday the maL
her acquaintance w "How doyou meh?", who w,a looking for an a.syLum sit(
of York," How a dis You-re arl orphan yourself, ,and you called upon the Widow rhoinas. He
as to get hell) or'com. don't want to le.t another orphan get had scarc.ely mn'itiiineId ilhe poor or
Molly Smith is more th#better of you. -Can you. get a horse phans whl-n ~sloiuli-.,1 *rd said:
fared to say.-London and buggy anywhere for an hour?" "Don't let yoair pih!l.iln'hrpy" ,ause
"Of course." you to lo'e a g'R.l thing Thle grpnund
"Then let's drive out to your lanil up there Is full of natui'al gas, and-
and see what kind of a place it would you know it. It's only twenty 'miles
Make for the poor orphans." tV pipe it tao t 'hh.-ao. If it's nIi lr the
,Ten Acre .On the way otit Jed recurred to the naiaw, tlh-n it' lunds-r iinn.l,,hd.a of
old subject, saying that he was on his n,-res aroui,,d.l h,,re. ;Go aload and
way to drown himself when he met make any t. it vyoi will :andt then come
the stranger: back with y,,ur offer."
-Donald Allene "Come, now," interrupted the-widow. A wa.,k littr lahe wa-1 willing, t.) hanul
"this is straight business and you keep over $1.,.4 11 iln l alsh. ,nal wlrl,e Jed
t \\'quiet."' Wh r'l'r haid '.t'en the ui ,,loyi an'em-.
kW by" K. A. Vhineh.ud When the meadow, which lay along out an d tlio'dild l'nItl hlie ox'hilued:
the highway, was reached the widow "BV tinunl Martha I ut th.it Mtwa.
r, aged forty and a u-he- insisted on walking across It front the o(ily pieh.e of land I lha.d. aIl whea
north to south. The ground looked as a pianu t'fall-r ''rone,-. cilng and wants
weof Flint.ked as any person level as a floor, but near the center was to trl'ale I(e a g,'% ;a tfarin fdP the rals-
arof Flint. He was neigh it sort of sink hole. In rainy weather jhg ,t ape'l,,l '.s,.e, what am I go
hearted and always willing considerable water stood there, but the log t, 1 ]; I to il ?-"
earth was now dry. "'t'r laii to your wife," she an-
Squallties were In a way "Urn!" said the widow as she halted swe'il as t he l kis ll hi fr the frst
He was lazy, and, added and sniffed time.
nees, he hlia a mania for "Do you mean that smell?"
e would trade horses, dogs, "Ye4. Ever notice it before?" The innisnar aWnyr
bew overcoat or anything "Once or twice. Smells as if some- "1o the a0 Il' l. maun:ige to keep up
hs, overcoat or anything body had been breaking rotten eggs tpiearia.'e -a~",.ii,..ly lost the greater
so happened that the other around here." .part of tbeir f'tuiune?"
.ys got the best of the bar- "Get a pole and thrust it into the N.,. They d".n't bother about ap-
ground as far as you can." paran;-s. They ust use what little
een lft quite alitt for- "Here's one right here, and some- moell they have to e take themsutves
e grandmother, but in the .. . .. p,.,,,..,.,,hl ".r.tnd 4 .... t*.-.


; .. .*3: ~- :, \ e~:'eU.- ta


a ll 't r' L(- 11'1 f tI -ri'. I-'rel bat Ar
11.1s.i. a.. h .' I 1101L. ;l 'aMe g I by
-ome IRolyfn ooi
iaofap oeit fI a-ob ii4


Iry .'4ver,. p-ut" pi tfeir twgea'.~ ,:a
kte o'.t a 'taste" 9-;nig If -. ty,'
lot please los:qe it dow'aghloir a
iAe.anri-ii'suecs lils'~tay.

Ingrroawing Too maalls... "'
It L'i [,liieei found by s me thatt
,-ai : a) liatinon of dried powderev.V'
tlum I .-u:is-ion't to cure most cases- '
u'rowii (.1,' nails. The appllcatio.- :"
ire ur-t ialniul, and the inflamed ti- .
41e is dried up, and a liard, resistant .'
.loni-ensltlve bed Is formed for thbenatL '
rlie toe i.s wrapped In-a cloth soaked V
in soap and water for twenty-fota *-'
hours beforehand, and then the pav r
dei-rel alum is poured Into the space .' '
l_-,ttwvoetj the nail and its bed, using,-. "
cotton to k-.-p the alum In placI-and
repeating the application daily. ,.
sulppuration. If any exists, rapid ..-
dries up, rain and discomfort are a- ..
most Immediately relieved, and, the ..
appliention eI),iutg repeated for about
five days, a ('tuire usually results. .,.'

He Remembered. .
M1r-rs. .,lna- io you remember' that
ni htl iin Jiut,. Henry. then you first
.isk ti, t u Itarry yiou? Mr. Jones--
If .-\.t r,:;'r to that first, last, single. -
:.-olar.y : ii.l ouli, o,'casion upon which
I a ,r isk,_-'.l on to marry me. I do-
a d you never gave me another change%
either. -


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