Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00100
 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: September 13, 1906
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00100
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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NO. 26.


U. S. Senator-It district, S. R. Mal- AT ST. ANDREW, FLA. R E P O R T
ory, S. Senator-st; 2d District, J. l- One Dollar a Year in Advance.
Taliafero, Jacksonville.
Representatives-1st Dlstrlct, S. M. Entered Sept 3, 19,'2, at St. Andrew, OF BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d District, Fla., as second class matter, under INGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA,
Frank Clark, Lake City; 3d District, Acl of Congress of Mlarch 3, 1879. 1or the Year Ending June 30th, 1906.
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee. ---
Land Otfl te-l.egster. \V. G. Robin- UM July 2. 1905. For school lot ............... ..............
son; Receiver, H. S. Chubb, Gaines- WILLIAM An E U 0 |NS new buildings....... ....................
rule repairs...... ................... ...... .
State-Governor, N. B. Broward; Sec- PROPRIETOR. furniture .... .... ... .............. 1
retary, H C C raw ford; T treasurer, -- apparatus............,... ................
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, W. Display ad, rates, 50c. per inch per aarent ..................... .** *
H. Ellis; Comptroller, A. J. Croom; mnnth. Position and extraordinary Incidentahls...... ....... ............. 14
Superintendent of Public Instruc- condition rates subject to special salariesofteacher ...................... 14,
tion, W. M Holloway; Comisslu- reement salary of Superintendent ................
r ofgriculture, B. E. Mcn. agreement, per diem and mileage of School Board ....
Late senator, S. W. Clark, Blouunts- "Local Drift," 5c per line, first inlser- commission of Treasurer ...............
town to ion; 2c each subsequent. Display printing financial statements .. .......
Waslnglo CountyRepresentative, locals double above rates. incidental expense oj Board and Supt.. .
W. A. Bryan, Chipl onty Judge, locl double boe re expense of examinations ...............
J. R. Wells; Clerk, rw old w. n ...
'C clerk, R e( f 'P ;,; aPh is k ,'A wj..h A
Clerk, RerM ffl. Allen, Ver- blue pencil it isa remtader that your July 1r ocas5 onand..v. a
on; pe puty, C. H. Danford; Tax subscription has expired and that two Receipts .uly 1Ast, 1905 to June 30th, I9n .
Collector, Juo. R. Thompson, St. orthree extra numbers will be sent Aug. 7, 1905. By amount of A C Croom tac redemption....
., Andrew; Treasurer, Louis H. Howcll, ou no break may occur should inton school fund.
Vernon; Tax Assessor, J. W. Bowen. you t no reak may occur sou State 1 mill tax....
Duncan; County Superintendent. B. Vou choose to renew. J R Thompson, tax levy 1904...
F. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Collins, Vernon; County Commis- DEMOCRATIC TICKET. po l. ...
signers, B. F. Swindle, Vernon; A. Tpolls 1903.
L. Harrill, Chipley; J. M. Portei, -- 1905......
Econfina; J. H. Wesley, Point Wash- Elect ion, Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1906. C C. Gunn, supplement to Chip-
Ington; Elton Singleton, Nixon. For Member of Congress, 3d District. ley school.....................
St. Andrews-.Justice of the Peace, W. B. LAMAR, of Jefferson. examination fees...............
John Sturrock. Notaries. W. A. lm- For Justices of the Supreme Court, W J Parish, lease on timber ....
mons, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk, CHAS B. PARKHILL, ,rr.
sh o 'uWrt, \\ A rnimrSr. of Eocambia. J D Parish, error in acct ......
reits. Surer Sr, JAS. B. WHITFELD of Ecambia. July 1, 1806. To cash on hand to balance.................. 7,27
P..M. Grills, A. H. Brake; PosFmi For Sate Representative. $24,471
tress, ZadIe H. Ware. W. T ASSITTR $24,47
Pantressama City-Postaster, Taylor TW.B.LASSITTER July 1. 1906. By cash in Trersurer's hands................
Poaton, For Tax Assessor,,
osto, Henry Bovis J. J. WILLIAMS. We hereby certify to the above as being a correct report of
Constable, J. 1i. Daffin, For Tax Collector, ments and receipts of the Common School Fund for the year begin
p11arkr-1i'ostmaLVer and Notary rublle, W. B. GAINER, 1905, and ending June t0th,a1906. G. B. BUSH. C
W%. I[. Parlor. For Treasurer Attedt: L. H. HOWELL, Treasu
Callaway-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle. H. B. TILLER. B. F. GAINER. Sec'y and Co Supt.
aunders-Post master, t11. Petersan. For County Commissioner, -
s r, Ader- First Dist-J. A. McDONALD. Sub District Fund
AnldtIu.rsol'osta~:it.tr, S. W.2d Dist-A. L. HARRELL. St. Andr No 2.
son. 3d Dist,-S. L. 'DAVIS. St. Adrew, No. 2.
West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley. 4th Dist,,-P. N. HUTCHTSON. No. warrant.
Lay--Post1ist'S, Mrs. t. Gay. 5th Dist-W. I SNGLETAY. July 1, 1905. By net cash brot dnwn .............
i-in master, Emery Tomp- 29 To L H Howell commission......
oepkins-osry For mber School Board, Oct. 2. 40 A H Brake for repairs on building.
i. saler O Cst Tom Dist.-J. H NELSN1 Jan. 1. 46 J W Bowen commission ...........
0ayea-p stusier, .1. JC. Fowler 3d Dist.-G. B.USGAINER. April 2. 56 Chipley Banner, pub. election notice
etal po- I'(s mistress, Mrs. Dyer. May 7. 59 John Sturrock, election expense....
Murfee-Postmaster, James M. Murfee. By amt assessed 1905, $228 99, collected.
SURE CURE FOR July 1, 1906. cashon hand to bal.............. .
Calhoun Oouuty Croniantoui-Postwuaa- HYDROPHOBIA.
ter, Nora Hoslins.
.. .LiiasteI. NN. F. Wood- Wf htil a recipe which is claimed $4
udal-l-t tr, Wood- W fi a recip whih islaimed July 1, 1906. By net cash on hand to bal.............
tmld, tIo hp x e.,n..n f l. .. Tr w. T . s. n . .

..... LO ,," N " [or ,,,jronuouuom. jIt ,t is, No. warrant. Point washington. No, 3.
THE MAIL.S. it' ac ii beond i. B o July 2,1905. By net cash brot down.... ............
The northern miles %ia, Anderson., s alc is beyond estimate. So far 30 To L H Howell, commission............
Gay, Hay lle:l ian Chipley departs ku there is no care except the Jan. 1. 47 J W Bowen, commission.........
every d(lay except .iiudny at 3: April 2 55 Chipley Banner, pub. election notice.
o'clock a. m., arrives every day ex- t ea.ii. ii given at Pasteur IntituteF. May 7 60 W H Wesley, election expin.e......
cept Suiindy at 7:1,5 p. m. II ,, have ieasun to think that a By amt assessed, 1905. $226 25, collected
lasit lty manti f,r, IIa.-rrison, Mli vill, July 1. 1906 To caa.h on haud to bal................
Croluantotl". I'irl'l, l'ilt silurg, t ;<( k, l| ..I hIis bee,, bile by a mad dog,
F1.'ar1adal A ianl \Vetalp'O leaves St. , -- , --r .... 1.i11 -|
Andrews every 110",ing .e L o
dy at 5:30 or locku, ries cullig the iit.p.ii m to ihle niraest institute. July 1, 1906, By net cash brotdown...................
West fit I q .3o0k. In. lint it ii t- impossible to do that, then No. Warrant. Millviile. N6. 4,
wet at I, .p ilet--July 1, 1905. By net cash brot. down............ ....
Cl itiOUS. it wouml be as well to try this method 31 To L H Howell, commission............
H pist-0rkvuli .% comingg ave. rount-s ay r, for doctors are entirely Oct. 2, 39 Henry Boyis, on school building...
-ing Iark St. rviesat 1a. m. ay tte, or ctor are entirely April 2, 57 Chipley Baner, pub. election notice..
; p. m. sniilay School every Sutn helpless It such cases. amt of deficit to bal. .................
ty :it i a. m. Rev. C. L. Joyner, Thl' fullov ing contribution from a May 7, 58 Jacob Melvin, election expense ......
pastor. By amt assessed 1905, $403 68, collected..
li..luodist Episcoial-Church WV.'s, well-known local phy'iecan hasre- July3 To Henry Bovis............... .........
ington n9e. and Chestnut s Sund. ently appeared in the Norfolk Land* 1, cash on hand to bal..................
school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday. colt appeared in
lt. .1. I. Conwavy, pastor. mark and is of sufficie..t importance
.rsI)ylt4r1ijitm--(hurch corner Loraine
Ae. y r st Rev. C. Dol- to be copted by ever- m0 .aziue and July 1, 1906. By net cash brot down.................
phy, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 newspaper in the Uion Ji No warrant. Ho .cs Creek, No. 5.
a. m. every Sundlay. John Stur- liimediat0lv after being bitten by July 1, 1905. By net cash--trot down.............. ...
lock, Supt. 3"1 To LH Howell, Nmission.......... ...
. (Cathl'ic--'h':-i corner Wyoming a rabid dog or other "mad" animal, Sept. 4. 37 W C Lockey for writ of demurrer in
p, e. and I'oster St. wash the wound thoroughly and con- R R case.................. ....
__ Nov. 6, 41 T L Riehards, board of teacher..... .
Parker dodge No 42 tiue to bthe it freely with two ta- Dec. 4, 44 ......
Parker Lodge .* I ble spoonlnls of fresh chloride of lime, Feb. 5. 52 JH Williams, stove piping ............

eglr (loinunni- 'well mixed .with only half a pint of July 1.1906. cash on hand to bal....................
cations oon the fir-s cold water. As soon as this quantitv
and third Saturday is utned prepare more of the same pro-
in each month, portion and regularly each day apply By net cash brot down......... ....
Visiting Brothers before No. warrant. Vernon, No. 6.
FRATERNALLY IVITD era b re until the patient is consid- July 1,1905. By net cash rot forward...........
W.AT H. PARKER, W.M. ered out of danger. The chlorine of 33 To L H Howell, commission .........
W. A. EuMoss.Secrutary gas. explains this physician, decom- ct. 2, 38 ThomasP Williams, work on well......
ISUSINESS DIRECTORZ. poses the poison of thi- rabid animal's Nov" 6, 42 Parish Bros, ax and handle .......
bite und thus renders harmless the Jan. 1, 45 J W Bruner, hauling..............
--- bite und thus renders harmless the Feb. 5. 53 Parish Bros., lights for sash.......
W. A. EMMONS, venom, which medical science by some Jan. 10, 48 J W Bowen, commrseion...........
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notary kpril 2, 54 Chipley Banner, pub. elect'n notice
Public for the State at Large; has other meacs vainly attempts to de- April 7, E W Sapp, exp of trustee, election
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take Loy. Do not delay applying this By amt assessed 1905, $72 13, collected
affidavits, legalize acknowledg- July 1 1906. To net cash on hand to bal............
ments, eto., anywhere In Florida. tsml,]e remedy and washing the July 1 1906.
Special attention given to land con- 0,1 unstintingly with it. During
veyances and marriage ceremony per- oTil ustitigly with it. urig
formed for lawfully qualified parties. a rinod of fourteen years only two July 1, 1906. By net cash brot down.............. .
Office at the Buoy Office, St. Andrews ,ersons out of 184 died in Bresian No. warrant. Tompkins, No. 7.
Shoitawho received this treatment July 1,1905. By cash brot forward ... ...........
ital who received this t eatment 34 To L H Howell, commission..........
KINNEY, a,,d only four in the hospital at Zur. Nov. 6, 43 C H Molden, repairs ...............
Vernon, Fla. Switzeland ot f 223 who were Jan. 1, 49 J W Bowen. commission..... ......
ich. Switzerland ot of 223 who wre 62 T B D Gainer, teacher 6 months ....
L ":'.- .......og. t......ef- bBy amt assessed 1905, 47 59, collected..
st Lraine avia- of i ,tc weret doge. 'liht brief, but July 1,1906. To amt of cash to balance.......... ...
st, All Notarial important article ends with this sug.
-and given prompt at- gestion: Hypodermic injections of

A. E. REG ISTER, pure carbolic acid (Calverts) should July 1, 1906. B3 net amt brot down ... ............
Notary Public for the State of Florida be properly diluted and used around No. warrant. Union Sub School District, No. 8.
at Large. Attends to all matters the edges of all such wounds as long July 1, 1905. By cash on hatd........
pertaLinilg O Notarial work. Offnoe 35 To L H Ho-ell corfimission.........

at J R. Thompson's store, Bay front, as the attending physician considers Cpt 4, 3 exipley Banner, pub.election notice.............
and Washington ave., St. Andrew, it necessary. May 1 51 W C F inney, sbppleen .........l salary..
Fl a. may 1, W C Fney, pmlment ol
F 50 J W Bowen, commission...........
DIE. W. G. MITCHELL. And now comes a well-known Sa- By amt assessed 1906, $85 73, collected..
Physician and Druggist, Commerce St., To amt paid on repairs..................
east of Bayvlev, offers his profes- vannah man--Sigo Myers, well July 1, 1906. amt of cash on hand to bal...........
sional services to the citizens of St. known in Tampa-and attests that
Andrews and vicinity. Residence on $1
Buena Vista avenue, denatured alcohol can be manufac.
DR. J. J. KESTER, tured at 6 to 8 cents per gallon. lie July 1, 1906. By net eash brot down.......... ......
DR. J. J. KESTER, Attest: G. B. BUTSH, (
flomoeopathic Physician and Accou- predicts immeuse things from it B.F. GAINER Secyand CuntySupt. LH.HOWELL,
cheur. Office Pioneer Drug Store, coming into general use for light.
W'. H. PARKER, heating and for power. It will turn HIm Siyle of Hittingr. wiluns w o compm
"otary Putlic for the State of Flor- A young woman call
Ida at Large. Office at Parker, Fla. the grindstone, saw the wood, shboll "And, now. Mrs. Sullivan," said the where a maid was wanted
Cuuveyaucing and payment of taxes the corn, chop the feed, churn the counsel, "will you be kind enough to the mistress of the house
for non-residents specialties. ilk and do all manner of other tell the jury whether your husband any children, to which
lk nd do all manner of ther was In the habit of striking you with theyhad ve. "Then I
Quite a Stoic. chores, saving a great deal of labor tmpunity?" you," said the girl "
*I had expected there would be a "With what, sort" quelled Mrs. Sul- said the woman. "We
great splurgent Miss Fawtyfore's wed- l Ivan. -hildren!"
ding. but It seems to have passed off freight wagons and cars of the cities, "With Impunity," repeated the coun-
quietly." revolutionizee the methods of cheap Sel If a man has his board
-Oh. yes. The young mn submitted-po Some of which is undoubtedly "well, he was, sor, now and thin, white It immediately sul
to b operation itout a murmur.- power.undoubtedly but he struck me oftener wid his fisht, boy a piece of charcoal
Chi,::tgo Trlbune,. tre, ia a degree.- Tsmpa Times. sor." pi'ce of chalk.


Piemium lists of the great Florida
S ate Fair, to be held at Tampa,
November 14 to 29th, are now ready
for distribution and hundreds are
being daily sent out to prospective
exhibitors in every section o! the

state. President Brown has spent
01 nimithis in rearranging the lists, com-
50 paying them with thnos of the great-
15 et state fairs of the country and
20 securing suggestion f' om hundilred
20 of experience fair workers iu all
D8 parts of the Union, As a result, it
15 'may be truthfully stated that the
lists are more complete than any ever

drliberately. "If it were my own af-
fair I should consider It a matter of
..*oncience. Willard Is the sort of man
to take anythlug of that kind to heart
I know him well."
"I don't care n bit whether he knows
or not!" exclaimed Kate. "1 suppose
I should have told him in the first
place, but be never asked me, and I
lhdn't consider It necessary. I never
thoughtt Bart would."
"No one did," Int rposed Imogen",
.xith serene stignitlcance. "But the
ract remains that Burt has"-
"lHas what? Am I always in trou-
Lazily, coim fortimbly interested, the
,o ol esol.id.-d from the inoer room
hose window opened on the veran-
t tnq sT>t)d, silent, Indigunit. her

"Why did you ever come tcrk?" sh,,
asked. "What mln. you k.'e;i ,
Bart bent over ter ul'ily. Ti11
veranda wns eeln,!ed and! > I'v.''" In
that particular corner. No i '.
on the board walk could intrude on ItI
seclusion:. He to.ili Kate's left h- . I
hisb ow t -ronT' om oneI-, t :m.dil -.'
the s ofthe orlit, and ap[d ti.
ring into) itA o!.i p;,r'.
"I kept It so I r:-.g':t put it back some
day-like this., le.ir."
Ile kiN,-'l tl.e rir.- and the itbiIer,-
an.l lK.4.i ". h.i..l1 ri- i-. 1 of 1, o fn Vuli-
tiou on the h.we.d boyl.sh head. ThJ
figure in gray hfl:1i,n.xl. W'3 ; 1..lSe at
hand. IMart lhfril Ltd ,-1hm o ike(,
her s4 unie ly In lthe c- a = d t i
look thl.t nalmitte.l of muo aprtpo dl.M
even after two .'i-rI' tnlstimdetmtand'

S i laf hadow curt Bart Imst tell hi.
010 56 Particular attention has been given .vindow seat Bart Holman thought "I'll tei h ," said a-r. nid wheb
$ ih ~6 to every department-agriciitural. ter sweeter nnd dearer than ever. And W-;lard came up the .slop icisurely Kate
751 60 hrticultnrial, citrus -it, i t had been nearly two years ago. stood with her face award. and Iart
S 230 60 "hortultrial, citrus front, industrial, "Are you In there, Bart?" Imogene met him
S 714 10 educational, live stock, mineral, wo- laughed. "How long 'have you been "You look awfully uUnsInlle, you
10,560 mah'e work, children's department, :stliuag-loug enough to agree with two," sai4 WilitJi gityly. logene
4 64li net Whatever made you come home just told me you were c.rin.hl' '
495 tc.\ateand no products or articles of when everybody wanted you to stay in t" L s scrap," said Bart slowly.
anv kind known to Flo.ida are left rapan?" "It's a discussion on conscience. Kate'0
175 00 out. The names of the judges in every "Not everybody. I came by special conscience. You see, Kate and I used
22 00 request." to be engaged, two years ago, and Kate
3000 department of exhibition will be "And went in the first place by ape- thinks that you ought to be told of it."
5.95 announced, fifteen days before the cial request too?" "Very considerate, I'm sure." Wllt
2 15 Kate flashed one single glance at her lard's face whitened, lie did not look'
77 air, and none ut the most exper-cousin She had not known how much at Kate. "I think sv'e might ilve r'o
3 -5, enced, capable and fair-minded judg- Imogene knew. She wondered If Bart tended the consideration and told me
63 24,472 63 es will be allowed ta officiate. had told her. Against her will she of it herself."
,276to the mot otim- ooked at Fart. He was smiling at Kate turned instantly. There was a
the disburse- Surprisingeven to the most optim- her, and suddenly, vaguely, she felt look in her eyes he hal never seen be-'
ning July 1st, istic fair workers is the number of more at case. After all Bkrt was a fore, a look of tenderness an:l gladness.
airman. counties that are making arrange. good boy. He had come home the same "I know I should hare, Willard," she -
es p". a .c. for -a trifle browner, the lines about his exclaimed. "But it was only Bart, and'
O'. ments to participate and compete for mouth a bit deeper, the look of his we were not really eugig d yet. you
the grand prizsa offered. It is confi- eyes steadier. The two years in Japan and 1, you know. I didn't think yon
dently expected that there will be had done him good. would mlud."
"When is the wedding, Kitty?" "I don't," said Willard sturdily, "|t'.q
represented at lie fair not less than No one ever called her KittZ but only a matter of conscience, after all,
ten more counties than were represe- Bart. It was such a foolish, childish Anything else?"
1 80 $172 57 ted at the Georgia state fair, thename for a girl, she thought, for the Bart slipped his arm about Katevea
350 kind of girl at least that she prided waist in propr;etary ftahiton.
4 5700 largest ever held in the south except- herself on being. She was not the YA wc'vo .ut i l renewed ." '( f-l
1 87 ing the Florid* State Fair of last fluffy, childish type. She was tall and, gagement, and I think you ought to be
5 00 a. slender with smooth dark hair, and told of it-as a matter of conscience."
192 77 year. eyes that changed like the sea with her
17 10 This lirge inumebr of counties mood. RAIN IN PARIS.
65 3$ competing is die to several reasons, "We are not even engaged yet," she
65 34 $365 34 answered composedly. "I can hardly it no" not Dam.pen the S ms D0
among them bing the great success say when the wedding will be." the FrwanehnMU.
$317 10 achieved in conducting the fair last "Kate Is so cautious about matrl- The sole effect rain seems to have
$20 54 year, assuring an even large attend- monythistime," Imogenesald amused- on French spirit !.. to rulingg out its
6 $2033 54 year, assuring an even large attend ly. "She has actually ptt poor Willard, brightness by contrast with clouds.
6 33 dance of home-seekers this year, the on probation. If he is a good boy for "Tiens! II plent!" ("Ah, it rain.W
1 87 fact that an excellent exhibit at the three months and manages to fulfill her And monsieur. dressed with scrupulous
5 00 fair assures Florida fine representa- ideal in that time, then she will consent care, ready to sally forth. does not stop
195 40 to an engagement" or an umbrella, pro'wbly, but steps'
98 22 tion at the great Jamestown exposi- "If I were a girl I'd put Willard on out Jauntily Into the street and make
-- ltion of 1907. and last but by no mean probation for life" Bart said cheer- ore unfriendly comment on the
S15 etthefactt counties part "One "i ot r' fait pa s bp ean em
Sleast, the fact that counties Partici- There would newer be noy danger of matin." C'!t Is not flne this morning."'
1 22 paying this year will have advantage foreclosure." This is the French point of view.
288 in securing space at the great Pana- "Three months is long enough," said Discomfort of any sort is for them
ma oston, to be held at Tama Kate. "A man who cannot stand a only the negative o something dest.
maexpostiond to be ld at Tampa three months' test is not worth waiting a ie, and so they keep their minds'-
Janary February and March 1908..able, and so they keep their minds on
87 January February and Mah 1908. a lifetime for." anwhat Is pleasing, naming it to define
6 87 "Don't be vindictive and catty, the absence of It. 1.& petite Helene a v4
5 00 TEN COMMANDMENTS Kate." Imogene gathered up her melee herbtee ot petite Helenlw o d
$397 47TEN HYGIENe. of embroidery odds and ends. "Every- er little brother H r wh go t
52 13 ,YGIEN body at Newpoint knows about you and school to the neighborhood. t alms
31 60 1. Rise early, retire early and fll Bart, and when you twit him that way In the rain, the bon at their beboe
your day with work. it is simply bad taste. Bart, why on carrying their school baga.. HEri
2. Water and bread maintain life; earth didn't you have aense enough to wears a eapochmon a ea". with the
$y p. Water and s reas mainaie se; a away?" bood drawn up over his bead. Helene
$331 60 pure air and sunshine are indispensa- "No one sent me announcement cards holds over her bead a minocule uam.
9 30ble to health. of the probation," answered Bart brella, which she tilts In such fashion
54 3. Frugalit and sobriety form the calmly. "I like Newpoint. Willard as to make the most ot *he rain. Us-
54and I are old college.pals." rebuked by any threat of something
91 best elixer of longevity. "Were you really?" Imogene glanced awful to result If a drop of water
00 4. Cleanliness prevents 'rust; the back over her shoulder to laugh again, falls on them, both children d:ince
O bst ared for machines last lo st "Isn't It comical, though, the whole along in the wet, letting the drops fall
1 50 best cared for machines last g affair? Well, there is one thing sure, on their upturned faces and laughing
5. Enough sleep repairs waste and Bart, you won't be pals if Kate's con- In glee as If the rain were another
strengthens; too much sleep softens science troubles her." playfellow. Even his royal highness
They were alone several minutes be- the baby does not miss his accustomed
8 30 $98 30 and enfeebles. fore the silence was broken. Then outing on account of the weather.
$77 35 6. To be sensibly dressed is to Bart asked: Nunu, the nurse, will shorten the great
give freedom to one's movements and "Does it?" ribbon streamers of the white eap be
S"Trouble me?" Kate lifted her head, wears, and she pins up her dress tO es-
1 81 $65 52 enough warmth to be protected from and the anxiety In her eyes startled cape the muddy streets. Le bebe him-
000 sudden changes of temperature. him. "Yes, it does, Bart. Of course I self is resplendent In the laces and
45 7. A clean and cheerful house tend to marry Willard. The probt- feathers which are an Inseparable fea-
1 00 tlon Idea s half of it, Imogene's non- ture of the magnificent devotion whk"
I .o50 makes a happy home. sense. I only asked him to give me the French bestow upon an Infant; he
4 80 8. The mind is refreshed and in- three months to make up my mind." is snugly tucked in his gocart. the hood
1.87 vigorated by distractions and "I didn't give you three ntnutes" is raised If it to a heavy downpour-
05 1 "And I changed it In three weeks," anything less is thought to be good for
61 51 amusement; but abuse of them leads she retorted quickly. "It is better to him-and off he goes.-Harper's Bazar.
9. 16 to dissipation and dissipation to vice. besure. But"-
9. Cheerfulness makes loye of life. "But you haven't told Willard about Pond Rceollection.
0312703 9. cheerful s akes loe of li me" Knicker--Doesn't memory take you
-- and love of life is half ot health. On "Not yet," She hesitated and then back to the dear old farm? Bocker-It
$99 16 the contrary, sadness and discourage- added nervously, earnestly: "It isn't has to. The fare la $41.-New Tawt
33 71 met hastens old age. that he would mind, although I sup- Sun.
1 1 D pose he would too. I know I should
S03 10. Do you gain your ling by mind If he had done such a thing and
Your intelle. t? Then do not allow had not told me. But I thought he
knew,. of course, until one day he told
_our amns and lkgy to gyoow a[.U bn-ne ifndla't believe a girl ever loved
37 12 you earn your bread by your pickaxe? more than one man sincerely and ab-
70 Do not forget to cultivate your mind solutely, and he was glad for that rea-
------ son that I had never been engaged be-N so mo e
S83 $70 83 and to enlarge your thought. fore." conditions
S $3070 "I agree with him." Bart swung ain from the use
ov0r n.. .. r.... ... .. __ ,~ o.. _cott' .s n .s







it a

It wI
Ill k

f bl

E- "R over the barrer of te winuow iled
S535 || I that separated them. "I don't believe
1XLA 1you'n ever love any one as you ffGld me,
Sa Kitty, will you?"
Sc i The impersonal frankness of his tone
n Onf eiC Il disarmed her.. She replied almost gen-
$76 81 1- 1tly:
76 81 OLA FOR RESTER "It was the newness of it all, that's
By LATERwhat makes it different Why, Bart,
/- Copyright, 1(t, by Ruby Douglas do you know you were the first man
$142 16 f 4 who ever asked me to be his wife?
And it seemed so queer. You never
$92 52 "I think that you ought to tell Wi- said a word, do you remember, just"-
a lard before you marry him." "I remember," said Bart. "It was
urer. Kate did not even turn her head. enough. You gave It back."
After listening to variations of the "And you brought the ring the very
same advice and opinion for half an uext day to me."
house hour she felt more than annoyed. She "You gave that back too." He looked
asked was frankly angry and perplexed. at thr left hand as he spoke. It was
ey had "If you don't some one else will, and ringless. Willard was certainly on pro-
d that that will only make ay subsequent baton. He reached In his inside coat
erk forso unPlaant. Men e pocket and drew out a small leather
tay, explanation so unpleaantMenrecase. The color rose In her cheeks as
ill the peculiar, anyway, and in an affair of he tossed it over on her lap. She open-
this kind"_- ed it with fingers not quite steady.
"Imogene Wayne"-Kate's face flush- Bart was watching a figure in gray
painted ed hotly-"I jink you put it altogether flannel walking up the board walk
to the too strongly." from the beach. It vas I Willard.
lack, a "It is a serious matter." Imogene When Kate raised her lashes from the
bit off the end. of her embroidery lin I little leather case they sparkled with

o Scott's Emulsion is
very rapid. For this
reason we put up a
fifty-cent size, which h
enough for an ordinary
cough or cold or useful
as a trial for babies
and children.. In other
conditions the gain is
slower-health cannot
be built up in a day.
In such cases Scott's
Emulsion must be taken
as nourishment; a food
rather than a medicine.
It's a food for tired and
weak digestions

se for free wanwlq

Scott & Bowne, 4.415 PtNI
Ch-mistt New York
mes.a SdS e. AmdraggUtsa








I in ..inauu 12 ,-- --n-- - .


The elegant large afr. Manito
arrived in the bay last Friday even-
ing, and the pilot, it is presumed, not
being familiar with the channel, she
went aground off Courtr.ey Point and
remained there until Saturday even-
ing when she was floated and pro-
ceeded to Brackin'm wharf where she
was moored until Sunday morning,
when she started iiouthi for Tani;a.
Capt. SIamnghter asNured St. Andrew
people that ha woulti make regular
trips here if inr people would give
him enough business to make it
The sclii. Lucy H. and Cleopiatra
arrived early 'i'huiroav inurninig fromu
'1The sir. 'l'aii.n arrived fr'o i (Car-.-

'M iday. At 1:.l p, in., yesterday
hie arrived fi ii l Mobilo and I'enia-


Fitted in splendid oi.dilion to take ex
ctursioni or .iss8ngers to any point on
the Bay or Gulf. Good cabin protection
in the event of bad weather Terms reas-
onable. Also,
Capacity IO.OtO f.dct of Lumber will Ferry-
between Farmdale and 'Allianton. on East
Bay and will deliver freight of every de-
cr~iption, including live stock to any
point on St. Andie, s Bay. For particu-.
lars, address W. F. WoovroaD, Farm-
dale, Fla

Equipped With Two Gasoline Engines,
IePave St. Andrewa& ay every Monday
leaves Pensaacola every Thursday
% einllier peri iiiig). Special alten
tion %sill lie given to receiving and
forwairdiig freight for parties living on.
East and North Bay, r'nssengers for
points oit iher amin of the Bay can
depend up ,n .m-ec.riing prompt trans-
nortniion at- reani,ialle rate I'as-
penger acconiniuidations good. Express
and railroad Freight specialties. For
turthel iInfrl itilii)in apply to
OIWAV W ARK. Gen. Manager


CArries thle Eaail Bay Maitlihetween St.
Andrew linay, Wetappo aid intermedi-
atepoinls. Lenves St. Aiiliews daily
.... p- :uridnt' ) t 16:11l0 :i. In.; arrive at
\Vetm lio at l'i:30 pl. 1.; lenva e Wet
at I M0 p. in.: :arraiIes at 1S. A in irel '
7:30 p. m. Makes laiiinlings regularly aY'
Harrison. ronuimiton, inrl er, Pills-
blurg, lind itii idanl'. lFreil,it Inihldetl at
any po)slnlice whlai n. Fior ,;ipsseN01r Lrand
freight rates, s rae e: l idi in Ilie SOV-
Via'l Ii Sl ollite.!
F. A. WVrTIp.rI .. Miuanager.

A Week's Weatillr.
rIhe fQllPwlDg talile eives Lhe naxi-
mIum, iiiii inl a ti iiini t, lie'ra-
lwres. tihe rainfall uand direuinli of the
wind, for the twemity-four hours endin4i

atl o'clock p tit.,

as indicated by U. S

Sept.... 5 92 75 83
.6 89 74 81
7 7 91 73 82
8 86 7I 19
9 88 68 78 ,
30 89 69 79
11 91 70 89
For week.. I89 I 71 [ 80 1

.00 ne
.13 ne
.2 n
.04 n
.00 s
.0(0 s
14 s

lprIPer' tt Era sa Medicine.
Itlclichard Cole Newton (leclarea that
even In the early days of the ippo-
eratic era t e art of surgery eschewed
all forms otfsuperstition and philosoph-
ical conJectiure, attalaing practical re-
sults by direct methods. At a very
early age the profession of medicine
was fully recognized In Greece and In
many cases waq ,re-irto:sly rewarded.
We read of swl,,ll.,rs and charlatans
In those days too. Patent medlecinu:
were also ,,l, Thle IIlppocratlie- oath,
which for over twenty centuries has
remained lpru i:'tl.y uuchawued. Is an
rvideiie of thu .s.ir..i'ity, tl.e sense of
,irof slounitl jioiior ati.d resljojsl'.,illty
and the clear thin..la., of' the Ulpiwratb-es was bWrn on Ithe Island of
Cos in 4Gi- II. '. A large .-ollecti) ofuf
writings, vlcdently the iio-k of niany
physleians, wljue Identllty Is unknown,
has beeu ase dm of tbis

"- IlflU ,T" ,r4,'ks wre woehlrnl'ity
brilliant In in -lieil attainments. for
they stalled ngiture uud h'-r methods
and shoil; thimiselve free from a
tnonumental I load of' ignlorauce and sn--
petstition. The synchrontaus develop-
ment of initil ;st-al IuAly w-;i.s the fulnda-
mental rulh, both of health and edu-
ratiton.-Mledi'-- I ih--ord.

The Breath of Lile.
I's a significant fact that the strong-
eat animal of its size, the gorilla, also
has the largest lungs' Powerful lungs
means powerful creatures. How to keep
tht: breathing organs right should be
man',s chiefest study. Like thousands of
others,Mrs. Or% A. Stephens, of Port
Williams. (;., has learned bow toudo
this. she writes: Three bottles of Dr.
Kina's New Discovery stopped my
couhli of two years and cu.'ed mo of
what my friends thought consumption.
0, it's grand for throa*. and lung troub-
les." Guaranteed at A. H. Brake's
store. Price 50k. and $1. Trial bottle
Ate Off 111a Hinnd.
Smith-I hear .T..ues, the uaturallst,
had a bad lccident. WhOt was It?
Brow --% hy. somehnorty gave bim a
young tiger cub and said It was so
#. iS w...,d.I et on fi' hi< hand. Smith


-Souvenir cards, with a St. Andrew
scene at the Buoy office.
Blank Warranty Deeds, short form
printed on good linen paper, 25c per
dozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re-
ceipts in a block, 10c each, at the Buoy
-Rev. 0. C, Dolphy will all his reg-
ular appointment in the Prespyterian
church next Sunday, the 16th inst..
mornu.mg and evening. All are cordially
--You never have and may never again
have an opportunity to get so fine a
fountain pen for so little money as you
can now by complying with the condi.
tions of the coupon to be found else-
where on this page.
--Wizardl Ink 'T'ablets,Price, per
box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten ounces spleln-
did ink. Economical permanent: abso-
lutely indolliblo, convenient, non-corro-
sive. At. the Buoy office.
-The registry book for St. Andrew
precinct, No. 5, is now open at the
Buoy office. It is every voter's duty to
exercise this privilege, but remember
that. unless you are registered. it will
be impossible for you to do so.
u..[-HfanlsonK letter hPaoy

either St,. Andrews I ulT, orBuena Vista
Point, at Re. per dozen:also imap of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the
BuoY office
-Last Monday, Master Harry Alex-
ander celebrated his 5th birthday by
inviting a few of his young friends to a
little partly. Games were indulged in,
refreshments served and each guest
departed wishing him many returns of
the day.
-Mrs. C. Tompkins, ot Tompkins.
whose dangerous illness was mentioned
in the Buoy's last week's report from
there, died aday or two later at the age
of 75 years. No further particulars of
her demise or life history are known to
or have been furnished for this issue.
-Parker lodge No. 142 F. & A. M. will
meet in regular communication next
Saturday at 2:00 o'clock p. m. Visiting
Masons in good standing are invited
topat ticipate. An order of the-Grand
Lodge of Florida demands that Visitors
must be provided with a certificate of
membership from their home lodge and
a fully paid receipt for dues.
-During the past week the black-
smith, machine and engine repository
works of J. T. Gwaltney & Co., has
been removed from the eld shop on
Commerse avenue to the newly fitted,
larger and more convenient quarters
on Bayview street, immediately north
of C. *H. Casey's factory, where it is
now established with up-to-date lathes,
drills and all the necessary appliances
for repairing old, and fitting new gaso-
line engines or any other work in iron,

,tee.l. or other metals.

I) Wax -^-c

I ,+UB atw" ea '.- -, ---1",l "t
iet,. a ,WO NIse, early last
week, when Mr. R. E. Palmer came
bringing with him a companion and
helpmate for life, the young -lady in
question being Miss Sarah L. Weeks,
daughter of A. W. Weeks of Dunean,
Fla., the services which united them
being performed at the home of the
brid-.'s father on Sunday, the 7th inst.,
by Justice of the Peace Pelt, of Chip-
ley. The newly united are established
in Mr. Palmer's beautiful home, at
Parker where they are receiving the
congratulations of a legion of friends
who unite in wishing them a long and
prosperous life, blessed with all the
happiness belonging to the married es-
-Another triumph of the St An-
drew boat-building art is the new naph-
tha launch, Clara, just completed by E.
Han& for B. F.Thompson and launched
last Thursday morning, at a cost of
$500. The boat is twenty-five feet iong,
equipped by J. T. Gwaltney with a Fay
& Bowen 5-horse power engine, and ls
counted upon for a speed of eignt miles
per hour, A tact worthy of note is, that
the Clara is all home built. Practically
all the boats which have been built
here have been upon frames ordered
from abroad while for this it has been
modeled by the builder front live oak
grown right here on the bay and shaped
by Mr. Hand. The Clara will be used
by Mr. Thompson, for passenger ser-
vice, for which she is most conveniently
arranged or for a general towing and
utility business.

I'ain from a Bnrn Promptly Relieved
by Chamlberldin's Pain Balm.

A litlIe child of Michael Striuss, of
Vernon, Conn was recently in great pain
floia a l urn on the hand, and as cold ap-
plicatlons only incre ised the inflaamrin-
tion, Mr. Strauss ca:ue to Mr. James N.
Nichols, a local merchant, for something
to stop the pain. Mr. Nichols says: "I
advised him to use ChimheierldtWi'a Pain
Balm, and the first application drew out
the inflammation and gave immediate re-
lief. I have used this liniment myself and
recommend it very often for cuts, burns,
strains and lame bvck, and have never
known it to d.sanpoint." For salee by all
medicine dealers.
--- *00*0---- -
A Wise Son.
"A dislike," said the gentle philoso-
.,her. "should not lead us to any active
.letmostration. We should merely
-eek! to avoid Its object."
"May eo my boy Josh has more sense
:han I gave him credit for," rejoined
Farmer Corntossel. "That's exactly
the way he feels about work of all
kiuds."-W Vlshiii nlou Star.

Ain Expert Statement.
"Iq there nny sure way of know-
ing wheIt a Inan Is meaning to pro-
pose?" asked the bud.
"You needn't worry about that,"
said the beoe. "'The knowledge comes
by nature. The most Important thing

A re Alkr11..,- in 'i
The u r of.- j 1 I .I i 1

pIniro l lr it.i* n I I 'i I .,

hbro :d! rrig~ :~ ~ irl .) ' Ii

pII~ln~, 1'l -.11 piill;1 .1 41,i'..1 ?!,:!
hisI;' QIli 6.11 ho 1IdI i O

S-- ..tl o

rap -

uined.. M uuy .\ ears ni'-u the i.in'-
agrers of the Duke of Bridgeport's ei-
tates thought they could aide nmnuey
by triinsportlng the coal uul'ergroutnI
instead of on the surface; therefore
the canal was constructed and the
mines connected and drained at the
same time.-Pearson's Weekly.

Really iiVegetarian.
"I hope the Bible I gave you last
week," said the missionary, "will teach
you something"-
"It has taught me something al-
ready," replied the cannibal chief. "I
find that r'm really a vegetarian."
"Er-how's that?"
"Why, you know. It says 'all flesh is
,;rass.' "-Philadelphia Press.

IN Oaigd

wa -

A~ (puIrirf

Ilie word
A ring or p
A n cll;U,. t in,

Anid thNi:o
The gbnnu
(Iliwl4ring ft


p H 0

Sir P .-!

f E lig Ia ii

of' my picture

Fill a bottle
water and let i

convincing proc
der are out of or
There is c:.r
often expre-:.-.i.
Root, the :- ,.t
wish in ', '.t
back, kid I
of the ui r.1.,' p.
to hold 1- ai
it, or bad .-ff. ci
wine or beer, a.n
necessity of I.e I
during -. .y.
during -, .- iiIt-
ordinary ,: .; .
derful c-r:-". ..f
If you need a-m
bet. Sod L' S .l r

absolniicl,, fi
Co., lln ,'i
tion re-d.Jin, i i

l: ." a; ri-i-r i .,,{-rr,,irhi l.
ir .' ., .1 f r Cio. '-*lir-
ni .,fn t \ o t\il i ; r l-.)
,i,,1 gin imnl I'rin f, fl. i'i
'ill, meaning twin .
',go'l, she from heir flngr-r
middle th. srimo there she
a token of love you this
,ledge I will keep for your
was also a favorite wed-
many years.





rIg rind Drawirlng.
o-Lrf iii '1 r .*'icld i-ti'ir-

S. I t <. h l. t i'* ..t.
,' to 1r i %V *** <-!I
;' ,, il' i \;."s ,.'e .-f
rI 1 f tlhr \,i t u id
.' .:i mann, to 1i i
,i ..,soire or" my pic-
!'.f .i,. "What tdo
r'..in Tlurer. "Youl
N,,. I don't, but I draw,"
Infoldiiig a roil of Bink
:u.3-r>. "and here are omc
t ."

Peltedl Aii Eilihetm.
Sir W ilt' i',l I.' -,n' th." lli o:te ffa
IIollis l'o l' pe'.1.ill e ,lt ,)'c.';d l Ill El iit l.iil,
%vi'lt tI ie w r>-. t Itnriing his.- In l t (..itmn iin for Iarlian
inent 'ir W illridl \va.s g, .D i.-,l as a
.ler.egrin-iting ,pin handlee" "-an old
cracked teaput," "a conti-catory tiI.,lly-
coddle," "a w.thall .,lit winter |flirty."
"a pop little I1til1, or:tot.r,"' "thle
apostle of 10ps," "a imnudlin mouiiinte-
litink" and "a bif'u'.,u." '1 hlie last
epithet was so ofteu hurled at Sir
WIlt'rid that he rcmaurked it reruluded
him of "Selah" In the l'salmis. His
hatred of war and rum led to an epl-
gram which has frequently been re-
peated. "The country," he said, "is
governed by two heathen deities-
BLur-cihus iand Mars, or, iu othbrr words,
.by the gud of bottles anud the god of

-Toi ('n'e a Felon,"
savs Sam K.r.ndal, of Ph'illipslburg,
at., "just coer it v. ith Biieklri '.- Ar-
nica Salve, an1 tlit -sal, \v% iill d]o Lt,'.
rI--t," Quieke, t cure for burns, boils,
.,or(is. scald.-,1, "oiiidis, pi .',s, eczema, salt
rhinu, chappedi hands, naor' feet, and
sore eyei. Only 2.c. at A. H. Brake's
<; uaranteed.

A Book For the Married.
W loi n t;ie r i itl ,c.',.'u y oft n t rih -
1. perfioriiied in l'rauce the 11a

f1 ir I .tth. i,, w" li:l -
I[[i i ti'lt i 1r thil. I 'r.i1, I L ,I'%Ili ir1 'LIt.
'hi zi l .; I t.,]iti' i;< ..atin lli'i.tl rel- i'or i
if It nI [.,ih ai d :i it] ilt t.' e if Il..t'.:
spaces for future births, ,i.i.rr;,-'r and
I. .:.,h in the family. The most imnpor-
tant feature of the small volume, how-
ever, is contained in about six pa;;es
that are devoted to the special instruc-
tions which the Academy of Medicine
has prepared on ,'e care of young chil-
dren. These instructions number thir-
ty-five in all, and they refer to the

f,,dlin7' and clothing of infants and to
lave Kidniey Trouble the further protection of the helpless,
Don't Know it. ehlhl This curious little w-i.1lini- gift
'To Find Out. Wls inspired by the deep thought which
r common glass with your thi( government has given to the sub
stand twenty-four hours; a ject of the reduction of infant mortall-
sediment or set- ty, a problem of the utmost importance
tling indicates an i vi-n-w of the backward movement in
unhealthy condi- population in France.-Boston Globe.
r tion of the kid-
neys; if it stains -- -
your linen it is
evidence of kid-
ney trouble; too f M i 0
A frequent desire to
pass it or pain in l I w
the back is also
that the kidneys and blad-
at to Do. l
fort in the knowledge so R0l EstatJ Bro[r
that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
id-dny remedy fulfills every
rheumatism, pain in the
-.'er. bladder and every part
3aage. It corrects inability t Andrew, Fli.
d scalding pain in passing
Sfollc,..'ing use of liquor,
overcomes that unpleasant -
ng compelled to go often
nd to get up many times ilT S 41 f A) L
The mild and the extra- .R 0 ,l, L" .. SA A *
.f Swamp-Root is soon
I iih highest for its woln- Af L
>' most distressing cases. ia I r o ll1i ce La
dicine you should have the
3 i. in 0c. and$1. 'ii



7- ,11i -r:'i r ..i'l.r i:;' 1.; irni nl :l. (- i
1 ": ,' l '- t: ht-'.? ;. i' hu ri!. .rl .-- LI;I
*UI" p,,'e tl_.ba ELCIi .hi w rit ,,_i. ( .*.r
wauted to Le sut.e Of g.ttng thi ue rlhht/
.hindl, so specffiod black snakeroolt
Then is the druggilst to dispense Cipai-
'Ifuga racemoeia. Asarum canadensu or
ianlcula marilandica?" I

A Case Where Proceedinag In Couirt
t're Unnecessary.
Two or three ('hi'.i.go lawyers were
discussing the tricks of Ib,.lr trade.
"A big, burln fellow from the Michi-
gan pine forests came ilt, my office,"
mid one of them, "iiiid told a very
mean story about a l;l, man here in
town who was trying to client him out
of $2.000 or $3,000 and who had man-
aged to get a pretty tight clutch on
the money. The lb.,c k\\ ,. ...iii looked
and talked like an L .uit man, and the
old miser's reputation was mean
enough to uitch the story, so I felt in-
clined to believe it. WL.~u he had fin-
tahed I looked hhn up :0.d down from
head to foot.. Ile asked'u n what I was
looking him over for. *\Vll,' said 1, 'I
was thinking that if I were over six
feet tall and as powerful a man as you
I wouldn't hire a lawyer to help me get
that money.' The man's excited face
smoothed out into blank astoulnhment.
'What do you mean?' lhe said. I an
swered: 'I mean just what I say. You
are sure, are you, that he has that
money in his office?' 'He had it there
last night.' 'Well, you don't need a
"The man turned on his heel and left
without another word. In a day or
two he sent me a check for $50 and
his thanks for my advice."

Chambertain's Cough Remedy Acts
S-- (on N".t.r'o', I'la..
I "i] most successful medicines ar.
those that aid nature. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy acts on this plan. Take it
when you nave a cold and it will aliay the
eiugh, relieve the lungs, aid expectora-
tiot., open the secretions and aid nature
in restoring the system to.,koa,.0lthy con-
dition.. Thousandslhave testified o its su-
perior excellence. It counteracts any
tenuency of a cold to result in pneumo-
tia. !'rice25 cents. Large size, 50 cents.
For sale by all niedeine dealers.

Old French Bonfre.
Probably the strangest detail re-
corded of the old midsummer eve bon-
fires is one in connection with those
that used to be lighted in the Palace
de Greve In Paris. The main constitu-
ent of the bonfire was a tree, which the
king was accustomed to fire with his
own hands, the ashes being afterward
carried home by the people for good
luck. Louis XIV. was the last king
who did his part. A mysterious itemi
of earlier times was the burning In the
bonfire of a barrel, bag or basket full
of cats. .The registers of Paris show
that a hundred sous were paid to an
official for having provided during
three years (1571-73) "all the cats re-
quired, as usual, for the fire," and also
in one year, when the king was pres-
ent, "a fox, to give pleasure to his
majesty and for having provided a
great bag of linen In which the said
cats were."-London Chronicle.

Sixteen Miles Inderground.
The most retiurkaible canal In the
world is the one between Worsley
and St IHeleus, in the north of EuLg
land. It is sixteen miles long and un-
derground from end to end. In Lau
c:.A-ilre the coal mlnes are very ex-
teuslve, half the county being under-

- A11_

(71 I' I -
well, aud

We Pa
and Feed to

cared new


DR, Vil



N icely iIIc.it 'i. 1 t 1 ,?e I u dii tle.1
Buirding Lots,


This is a Bargain!
nndl t he i li. t IPri ty n.i v nI ti le
Maiaket ah it St.. An iInI.i -


Roughly Reorganized.

Post, Manager.

.1 Marhan disF I



1 PI01EER STORE Businfllss,
r IS7S, and built Lip by the klte L.. MI. \\are,
;hly Reorganized and under New Manm gemcnt

's the Patronage of old Patrons
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IF~t I dt.Iii:4 1 ;It of new ones '.~:is
Laran1teeS LlhlitcirmiiiCir and lCOLirteOLlS DtIieatm nt
to Al.

rthe Freight on all Goods except Flour, Meal

iny Postoffice on the Bay.

J~ar Disappoint Our Paiians1
11 Every Promise and lower gold Out False Hopes.
Str',ture Witbout the knife or bouglloand Vairlcoccle wttout
pain or cetontlonfr tomn btaroesm; VontaglotuiBlood Polegon N
u return, without inclrcury fir mitneral mtix!ture'; 1L418 of M-MlY
Vigor Pospmitiely eared* no mt'natni,iit Imt porwasion.
hbe Dr. kirg Ii. 'rI C-1 19 Dir, in-hun 1.2ri .,''r~rJ7.r,Ip'under it-
the i ls !ftat 4 1w.. Wriu f-.r tL' i re.!Trer tAnd purp 01 a;I
lcrrviun. Hud ebruri .,,u ;,,, a Ir. 14. K. KU it. !1,,,f.unde'.r -f
this inUtt'1LLIt,U. 19 is' ':lrt j1 n "- FItir.1 ,pr p;.bo, L~i, nlguh3izs1t'.
by A btaff if Lirdh' Eli pi v4,-. i :;,- iirD1 ..irgL-i 3..
hLrsuvri ls at ib,iiI trfi Rn,'iia ''I t .-'1 --ow.21 '&'Oa Ia
Our Wr i. lt -. I I; tn-b- 1C V. I U a i '.I itra l ?i ti- l
lee, X-ray, filuet rdy. r.d Fi~niiea r.: "In f..every eletlc
oiit~rIlva mre o k n.. Lo tu, li~edicui p7 I':- -I -3J.L11a1,rl Dun *
turdern in eVOT-r-' ?.j). & ] io.. eylt '.1-V .1I U1 tle bti-I
tr~ie i~w d a f,1 ~a iLlrc .. q, I.r rtuiiied gra-lijauL
a rid Iceensed pbyricIn.,sb-.'rjw Iiet, t ~'
pat r~jrna:;--Ilo C. 0. 1) -,r trn 3A.jf. *1 I~r .ir~~(L
totFLIO Wper murjiU.a. nedivo-"ac11 114Y LLd, V. 0r k~~v c a~c ar-
6. neeo"D IfPt cure wit I,1:',-%,i~ee'b.1 [1 i,,,
:REHiCE 19. CHROHIC DMSEAS3jS, 1,Vi LONm~u~~. '1`111L.
suhas Jidsiry -r I I'n.IT,* a
II FldIt a pture. fly.. rol(efi* ,. j... .~..,~
L 1 .spcTu roa nd a,. '.-r....t ....k .la rr1s of U..z
EDNose. Throat. fDeal and Lijs inv- 1 sfL s o. (f RV and-I?,r,l
in.ysaIAjpI. U(n ri.n ral Disc ii -, f. awli -.i*. t.-. "i.. -- IL I
t-,-j iy regardfu n,,r ~re.,nJ :In if %iou are iqpk InI rFii'opi(I. Drpwucie wa
Ind you stir litrs' tur". iiCI-'u1r,;1in W BJL ICIU dahIi -k ir 4wl,'II oW
7. 0 Vhf 9t~ : r'

Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf


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I-' e'lav, ,:U p m I tlt ..(cli.
*':d1ii'.-ta.\, 4:0(1- p. m. St .\ rili'I.'., W edneFday, 8:(i0 a
'. ne.-day, 2:31( p. ti. MIlliilI., Wcdnusdav,llu:uli
hu Lidav, 9:00 a. m. A palaulhii.-Ila, Ti urd:.ty," Vi:04) a.
Cliarrab.-lc. Thur-day, 12:0) noi
monday, 6:00 p. m. .Mobi., MunJda. ,t:UU a. m.
tlrl'ta 3, : .0l p. In. ( 'a r ki-Ill,...
r'iday, 11 :3ll a. in. St. Andrew. Friday, 2:00 a.
ridan. 10:00 a. m. MIlville, FVnda ", 4:00 a.
Pensacola. 1'ria\, 11:;, p.
PA. ISE I\TC G--F i i :, 1:ZATaS.
Pensacola to St. Andrew and Millville, ..i..
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabulli, *7.5fa.
St. Andrew and Millville to A .ahci ieili, t.>.Uu.
lPensaeo:a It ,i) bi.:- $2.50

a. m
a. in


lTe above rtLes include meals and WrtrCh. .C. BARROW.
---- -- C-a p t al-n

A, H. R AKE r

G ejc. r a.] M v ri di !


Cooking and letting Stoves!

Sewing Mach nes and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Etc.

Burial Caskets, Robes, Suits, Etc.



l)F XLI il IN

Dry GoodS, Staple amd Fancy Groceries

Notions, Provisions and Feed Stuffs.

Corner V7ashinrton Avenue and Bjyview St.
I pay (Cash for Goo(ds auIn must 14)

a strictly Cash or R eady Pay

Tlis is in mll n ly i m;l! 01 '" i eres' ot ) i a'. Is nm1y oill. I'C ll I.n1d
(11til ii.,:P U1Il's lf oft' i i's Trutlh.

r7 % CJA c1..

D)1'tLLIh;$ IN

Is ~A' GOO(


SCannot ~

~~rr ~ O CJil J~DITI

hip- Hardware

options, Paints and Oils, Nets and Twines, Salt,

Ctothhig, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishings.


ITrm-Iks and Valises.


E,: EP T 114ailOrders

Any Glt~adly Sent
on th.e 0 FAaiiiitil

Breech -Loading5 We Are

I2-UT?r-Lgc h!

E.t. E':,.ACKIN & CO.

For Fiae Job Work, TE'us THE 0jU0IYCI

ts-ini Ix -111-1:IS r. S eal,!- f- U---Zar 4r*I' !;e
7i Fi

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0 ofilltci, 1we 1DVv;~:I i T lh F.~ ~ *e i 'up 6v

them if Uflm i-. -.10i fd t


Roili11, Bressaq anhD jB*lanen,'

Y61101rJI i ~~ or.

DtemIers in Grgnclip 1n handie,
0 rv Gflw(d.s (rccErlc tVICH", ~ .J


Steal & Wi G
A N 'TH 1I N G
iade in Iron.

Wind Milll Com any

Btl Cop e- Paiit.

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r n: rni...of Swamp-Root.
II. Y. V,'hen writing men-

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Don't mak. ny mistake, but rememn-
ber the naml, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil-
mer'9 Swiiamp- ,,oit, and tlie addrti--,
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32~r~L~n ~Tb~L~S1

PARKER. The Welcome Gue.t.
ruiaySp l report to ie B1uoy. Who is he? The man who calls on
Sa woman when he is at his very best
S.-eptember weath.-r babeI S pleasant and who never stays too long. Oh,
8 tadr August' iieatt. that masculine visitors knew the peril
A' eE Piait anti wife of l1illville, that lies in an extra half hour! Almost
A i 'every woman ilkpa to entertain men at
e ,,hv 0tors a LA. 1 atiq Sunda.

'T' hursdaSe' 13, 1906.

'-, st VI a Li tUL c I. I LL d .UII U ,- I
J. A. Donalson and lanjily leaves
1<,r their home iu De Fuuiak this
rhe fishermen of this end ot the

-.. --. bay are having quite good success.
T. A N Ii E Mrs. Robert Brown of Millville was

GllOC ERilFS..
4ttar, 'Ithl Tea, ]b 1.
aGrahlitlated ...6', He No ......55
Cotloe.A ..... 5.. G tutratwder. 40
Qi brown t.......5 '-ouI'.i .Jap.40-60
Cainve, C,,nd tinilk', I14 can
Gicll, ,,I 124.20 UI.AnwinT I()
Arbauckle, V 12-15 Swcehtited. ...10
I, e r o- t it ps 3i It 25 Blak ing pout ter
Ir~ckers, auda 110 Royal ...... .....5(
L',,I,,c-co, plug 201 Catarlui-ll. .....10
oit j ulmyma.8-15 :utiehealfit I naM

'Vet ... .. A U.f-Itii....... 10
10A V 1-ar.F.......... 15
a "porntel .. 12J Mlui...........InI
l[it i Vtdl'eclie5 A paicutt. ....If-(
Jj)j Ou i. ;JI1l ... 20 St rawliet ries.

7uidnito rap.......~U Itonieq B. 'is 2.
Catem [. L . ... 1 Cli'iti.- 1 21vft .2
5-3t"... .254 Lo ',,;t(-r ....12'.
t. r .. ...7-10 uatind VegetIAi'le
.... ..5 lBiuld Scivan .. .10
0,ji:,j.tuutit I1,kg .. 10 C1) fi .....0@ 1 n
ILilly.,6r .143 10111 V~ Pevts.......0
Fggs per doz. .0
11 RO V I 'iONA.

f Iou r I'ii k
;'IuraI -S'tli., 'I D. S pr b; ...... 1
Ob li.ik ...... 3.25 Biecon Sides.. ,
CLorni Meal prmlul.-i. Ft'e. h ....... .. It
fiat Mea-l pr I ...- 5 Br' kf'st ltac'n 16-2
Court [perl-i .75L-0c Ham canv's'd 15-2
Polatoes Shoulders ..... I
Irish ....... 1 40 Beef
EaLrlv lIt'i seed 1.60 Corned ......
Sw l .. .. 60(i'75 Fresh ........ 8: 1
~itl, pr sa' i..- . J D ried......... 2t
'TalI' e ........ 5 Milk pr tqt..... .I
If A It DW ARF..
Nailus, Der it. I..ta' Ax,with handle. 7
G.Lli wire duo.tiai Hoes, each .... 35,5i
Ma ill.t rope ... 9.i-'Uopper- paint, can 50
lt -ve ,uukl,..- .5,a25 L:.iseo.l oil, gal55@ 6I
e' per ju nt 1
I'lii.t, per yd.. 5a8 heeks ....... 5a0i
;:I l,.. i,;i ... 5 ;t-0 Fhtdiuel ....... 15-40
M11 ilin ....... .t lII Thread per spool.
Ivn.iI ... .. 15,15 Shoes, ladies, 1 7
I.;l l 1,ii11s i.tt : .1 M ii's .. $1 40a30(
M I.- b lI.A N I-. 'L';.
[.,v pi cwt. .7.i5 i .t5, Oats pr, u ....... i;I
l r .ll ...... 1.2."5 Bhi I1 pr M3.. ..1 .0
t.jie aSi t1 .. . 71i Lime pr ol...... 7
i. 1 UIT -kiul N f'TS.
Ja-. .' pIr d-r. .' 45 Ic- .liI r P i.. .
A p II, i ... .. 5 l W .lAl i ......... .(
111 11. ..... .. A.tlmonds........ i
(I )'. I' i I(S
.1 sul I iilaI ..'0i Opened pr qi .. 20v

Ii lr-es ... $5 ii.a l. It'C - .. . $ 5.~* t
M ule 1.. t .i*1 1, 7 i .... $3 ti- $4
erken ...il ol .lit.i), .- Shli.-p ., .

J lcll>uis %.,'hIl 41"."> 1 J.1' t' lclt t .ch 45a5t
"'.Irk t 'v .. .Y .15 il 1 )1 u.k-. ...... t 2 ,51
-.. .... - r- t.- -
r L'-h .'4 11

I,, npOl 11 1 it.11 0 .. ).0
i ,u > ..... I l M .'1 k1 a t .... 5.1"

Al I M I tli.. ,

'I ear W $1400...
", C uC 1 i 1 21 Fia
Face ... 1 nil
S .p .. 1. 0I ilD
.) xl ilk. y n ..$12.0tl

I.ii h, i .s.t .1110
ilit lulilit6 r,
d ed.... $20

"1 ,i,, i i ]g ,
tl .rt, j' in ... 1. 4 .illl
F tu ... 12.nii
S..[< . 10,111
I| til 1 | idi tg,
aai I0.t10
leari alia ginp,. 2.5. 1
StI 1.1i

Ilow's This'. '
e f.. ffr Oite iHiiund.d '; llars Reward
-or any ease 1of C.itl.tlil that caitiln be
cured ly 1-lll's C-.t.ut'rl C111-re.
F F. J. CHEN Y\'&C').. ., ,'Ip., T''oled,,(.
We the uitder.igineud, lave known F. J.
Cheney for I lie iast 15 '.eCars, and believe
uimn perfectly honiornlile it all business
IraIIsuclaCtio s ati.iI fintiancially ablle to carry
out any ohligatiuis made b) their firm.
West & Ti'raux, Wholes.l 1 u tggists,
T.oledo, 0.
Welding, Kin-an & Marvin,
WI olesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Gatarrh Cure is .itk u internally.
acting directly upon tlie ,lu-ud ai-d muc
-ous surfi.ces ot tile system. Price, 75c
per bottle. Sold lav all dituggists.
Take lfill's Family Pills for conistipa-

lv .3-;tr .;ulj g~ :gon In hiI,

.-- .n-jl IS-,Iv lu,'ion.
p thtv d''iot,'r i iIlu't succeed lu
ceilurim .'yoi.r w'ight't"
"\'Viy. not very intimh, [but be left
me with quite nn attenuated pocket-


If you haven't a regular, healthy movement of the
bowels everyday, you're 111or will be. Keepyour
bowels open, ad be well. Force, in the sbape of
violent physic or pill poison, Ia dangerous. The
umnoothest, easiest, most perfect way of keeping
the bowels clear and clean Is to take

Pleasant, Palatable Potent. Taste Good, Do
aood, Never Sicken. Weaken or Gripe; 10. 25 and
50 cents per box. Write for free sample, and bonk.
leton health. Addroes 433
8arling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.

up last week, visiting friends.
R. E. Palmer came home or. Tues-
day last bringing his bride with him,
liasing married A. W. Weeks' daugh-
ter, of Chipley, a grand daughter of
Mrs. C. T. Parker of this place. Ray
has the congratulations and best
wishes of a hust of friends, all over
the bay, May happiness follow them
all through life.
A. It. P .cival and J. T. Vickety
called up in the liauch from the fish-
ing L-ro'm s, and tbpnit nuiday at

E'. W., J.,h ulto alil family rietauri-
ed it l tuir lihono in Siieads, Ftiila ,
..ij,, b Liy l" ,:,m 1' l i a,-
kurgiing with l nf ii i, I.I.
Jihlii',ul beiug quile .-ick
It is understood K. N. Fox has
puiliasedt the 0' way Ware engine
out of the schooner Cleopatra, and
will put it into a boat of Ilis own, at

(has. Anderson's auxiliary boat
cante up Suinlay to be. put on the
Palker ways. '
Di. Blackshear of Dothan, Ala., the
Loig Point property man, was a call-
1un W. If. Parker on Friday last.
Rev. E. W. Roberts preached here

last Sunday at 3 p. ni.
5 Oaly Piae Martens.
0 A series of grw-.vsome incidents had
0 0.i,'* ain English neighborhood.
WI. it i.adoe the;e Incidents peculiarly
L, i-' v:as t' i- tragic mystery. No-
Sbou;y co uld explain them. Sheep and
o lav::-;-. which were in full health over-
5 aig'-. were found (lcad In the morn-
5 lug, C,.:r lbodi'. umiuinjured, but drain-
0 ed t;-f "very drop of blood. Ghouls and
va?. ; and all ir::;inable horrors
I wci ,; -.K sii tid tLe -,vholo country-
0 i.t- ,-:;:- up. The dam:iage continued,
5 anii ti a ,iang!le night a farmer had
o. ..- -:e~i oot of twenty-one lambs kill-
5 "1d, tr e thi sraime pen was chosen the
0 next Jiht, n11b .tho remaining seven
S!1 .. w -re deistroyo- I lu the early
:. :'-'" '.:: shlyers wcre discover-
'0 .,'I ' ,ii fro'n tl'eir s-nn 'ilittr\
*,,"Z. 'They were ie:ithLcr men nor
o ..O;ti.;. l>it a c.a pL:e of pine martens,
S : '-' g '.; 1 a pair of magpies
S',: ih-ir est. h;d th-i'-re made their
ho;l o i ;ijlice li gi, scoured 10te

, "N-." sulif a je.'Curei', "it doesn't do
Sto gmi ,-r) &id h-ad and think you're
Sini'.-pn ..* to the welfare of thLs
i 1\''; ,. ,"
"I Ya; in the lo!;by of a big hotel in
;'ln'ii-in ti when a bus loal of trav'ln7'
snl,', :i ni cvinie from the station. Ev-
ery mani of' then u; he sigiled the reg-
inter i;xu:a-: to .shake h:inds with the
hotel c!c-.'k. a f'hierly old fellow who
had been ,r- maninny years,,
S"'Ah,' said one of them to the clerk.
'it's a >-od thing you're *-t'll on deck,
Uncle Dave. I don't ttiit;k the house
could run without you.'
"'Coukln't it. jl"st sal-l Uncle Dave.
'You fello'v:s would come in here, and
If there was a strange clerk you'd say,
"Where's Uncle Dave?"
"'And the chlork would say: "Why,
didn't you hear? He died a month
'And then you'd say: "Well, I'll be
darned! That's too bad. Say, when'll
dinner be readyy?""

Shortsighted Animals.
So far as naturalists have been able
to ascertain there is no such thing as
shortsight among animals in a state
of nature. In the case, however, of
lomestic aulmals and wild ones in
c-.utin.tn'nt -hort;i-'lht is by no means
unknown. Many people who have kept
digs and .cats will remember instances
of pets which were unable to distin-
guish friends from strangers at a short
distance. Horses, too, frequently suf-
fer from .shio ts.gbt and other derange-
ments of the vision, and this kind of
thing I i sometimes met with in the case
of cattle. The diseases of the eye
which frequently affect wild animals in
captivity are to be chiefly attributed
to the narrow space In which they are
contained. The eyes are never exercised!
upou dts'tant ohts and therefore Iov.
ibe r0tt~i's wifthTisVetf 1F3T-drT 1orctrtr

St.; m..; J jein.
Several -i w-ks 4 ago I was In an In.
diti \ i!.'-, aud peeped inside the chief
HU.:. temple. To my g-'r.-;it surprise
I saw the portrait o? a famous London
be.auity, nicely framed, calmly looking
down at the Idol beneath it. The lady,
I am sure, never dreamed that she
would be worshiped in this way.--
Lucknow Letter to London Mail.
Starving to Death.
Because her stomach hwas so weakened
by useless drugging that she could not
eat, Mrs. Mary vT. Walters, of St. Clair
st., Columbus, 0,, was literally starting
to death. She writes: "My stomach was
so weak Irom useless drugs that I could
not eat, and my nerves so'wrecked that
I could not sleep; and not before I was
given up to die was I induced to try
Electric Bitters, with the wonderful re-
sult that improvement began at once,
and ja'complete cure followed." Best
health tonic on earth. 50c Guaranteed
by A. El. Brake.

rjC m m Cleaimes and br-aulines she hair.
lProin.vte. a Iuara, gr P wlh.
-q olver Fralls to Bestore Gray
Sumr to its Youthbfl Colce.
:2.0 :Pots, ~ .

. her own home and to receive the deli-
cate compliment of a personal call, but
unless two people have the same hobby
or are engaged to be married (or are
about to be) any call that lasts over an
hour is filled with dire threatening
"I know two men," sighed a young wo-
man to her best friend, "who are both
handsome, Intelligent. courteous and
altogether delightful. One comes at
odd Intervals and stays until 11 o'clock.
Heigho! The other arrives periodical
ly, chats, laughs, tells the news-and
leaves in hilf an hour. I shudder when
tha first comes and sigh when the other
There are more things than letters
that should be just long enough to
make the recipient "wish there was
more of it," and a call Is not least
among them.
Mystery of Lost f(erchiefs.
"Obviously there Is a vast f.'Terence
between the lost and found columns of
the handkerchief market," said the wo-
man shtoper. "Eiverybody loses hand-
kerchiefs, but who finds them?
'I lose a hnndkelrief every time I
go dowrit)wn.' 1 the farjlliar plaint of
wo.Aen, ,it hvnl) ever h,'nrd of one
R1\rhinff ALA@66&Lhn rill Ictprililof everv
m? I co dlowin-town?'" Noho) ly says It,
liO-avi o r, (P.-ly d'1o such a thing, and
Lo,-\w\ho.rv alblut town'many ynrds of
.!Inmn and lace done up In handkerchief
form are blown about daily, seeking
,vwnors. Eventually they are picked
up by the street sweeper, but by that
time they are so tattered and soiled
hant he can scarcely recognize them as
handkerchiefs. Anyway, not being a
)bhllosophcr. he would not stop to won-
der bow they happened to be there. It
would be interesting, however, If he or
somebody else would figure out why,
Iu view of the many handkerchiefs
'lit are lost, so few are found."-New
York Press.
Alnin sta n revolver.
It Is a pecaular fact that very few
men, even accomplished shots, know-
how a revolver ouAht to be handled.
Nearly all are taught to handle a re-
volver as if It were a rifle--that is, by
brlungin the object aimed at and the
fore and h nd sight into a line. This la
all well enough for shooting gallery
practice, but should never be followed
in thb field. vWhen training troops to
use the revolver they are taught, in
-ii:n!r,:, over to look at the weapon
at all, but to keep their eyes on the
object to b, struck. In (quick firing,
and -epocially iu shooting from horse-
back, munh better results are obtain-
uble In this way.


Bnt nured bvy Clii-nborlain's Cie,
Cholera and Diarrhoea lminedy.
'"When my ibov was two years old lid
had a very severe attack of bowel conm-
plaint, 1 ut by the use of Chamnierlain's
Colic, Chol-ra and Diarrhoea Remedy
we brought him out all lightt" says Mag-
gie Hickox, of Midlanl, Mich. This remn-
edy can bo depended upon in the most se-
vere cases. E ein cholera infantum is
oured by it. Follow the plain printed di-
rection- and c cure is certain. For sale
by all medicine dealers.

Perley Wil'oni andt wife
Mobile artiied S.tuirday eveniii
the str. Manit o itr a sojtI in in il
cosy cottage ill \\ Wvt End
Dr. R. D 1laciseiear of
Alabama, % ho had -l|ent e'VLi
looking after his late acquisit
Long Point and vicinity, arrive
St. Aindrew, Saturday and r,-I
over Sunday, departing for his
Monday morning.
Andrew Allan of tho All
Lumber Company was in St. At
last Friday andi t.L k pa-.?:,g
Tarpon for Pe!-lls-il 111 :1 li
Mrs. M. Ryitear.son anl
laughter, of HiitumIniI, Inid.,
visit was aliticialtedl a tive.l
Friday, via., ( iijiley ant'l le IE
viewing the I'aintilitr sbel,-I ani d e
iig the bocilety if tile Irieids
acquaintanctvs ul' her iite time St
drewv home.
D. Glis-kui and family,
131, 1u tituwi, arl ived here TI
nglit ianl d \ll make St. A
thelie iet iniarientl L,,l'nld


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An -

No nat . i .t
cortlifn, it C' ,"- .. : ii'..*nl.- ;i ';
iOifie aco I ti:. w,,-.l. T i, ., ,1,.
stood for : ii. i ,,-t ,at i;, ., v .r,.
known tl. *** i .:ti" ai.-!-.M i
custo2,a ry for tt:;cm to wear ,'.- ,
tog-a ("vcaldhis." .whito) as '*cn :1:.
their cantivss had eU gun. T', ,1
for ",:',i'.,i-- i.t." too, was (*it,' l-iiii
bitus" or "a;:n!i)tio," according *o it-;
association with or freedom front. :, Ib
ery and corrupt practices, [l)th .,:i.ai
"going round." "Ambitlo" w:,;a the
good kind as o;.)-:-..,l to "a:nlJtu.i,"
which always Implied dishonesty and
"Shloppi,'z" 'was certainly a slang
word until past the first quarter if the
nineteenth century. Bee's Dict narv
of Sports and Slang, published 1iI 1s25.
defines the word as follows: "'Shop-
ping-Among women going anl>u from
shop to shop, buying little articles per-
haps, perhaps not, but always lulllang,
about great quantities of goods.'
Very Preet e.
"Last Frikay week was y.I: h'brth-
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"N *..-.'" retorted Miss Boston.
"Why, what's the matter?"
"It va the anniv:'r aroi of my birth.
'in not an infant."--P ill i.!elplhia I'ress.


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!'il1',.- lIckkets uised to describe the
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.ol' c:n:er t:ible stories when grown
oll nad fo,,ble. A manservant stood
jchin:ii 'itoers' chair and at appropri-
-te interval-I would thus admonish his
matee: '*Tell Mr. Dickens, sir. the sto-
ry of the IHou. Charles Townshend and
the beautiful Miss Curzon." The old
poet would start la a slow chant: "Tb.'
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yewtiful. Iie be-ribed her maid to con-
eam! him in her chee-amber and when
she arrived to dress for a ball emerged
from his hiding place. She looked at
him fixedly, then said, 'Why don't you
begin?' She took him for the 'air-
How canda& Was Named.
According to an eminent authority,
when the Portuguese under Gaspar
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Lawrence they believed It to be the
strait of which they were in quest,
through which a passage might be dis-
covered into the Indian sea. When,
however, they arrived at the point
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These words, remembered by the na-
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peans who visited the land. The new-
comers, hearing the phrase so frequent-
ly, conjectured that It must be the
name of the country, so "Canada" It

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Placid and Contented.
"Mrs. Burnes Cache seems to have a
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"Undoubtedly she has," replied Miss
Cayenne. "She knows how well her
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ti,,tt we should make the same use of
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In Effect April 14, 1901
No 4 No, 2 No.8 No. I
12:35 'n 11:05 p.m. Leave Pensacola, Arr ve 5:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m
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No. 2 No. 4
11:05 p.m. 12:35p. m. Leave Pcnsaaola
0:15 a.m. 6'30 Arrive Mont goneiy
11:59 9..- Birmina-ham
2:30- 8:50 a m Louisville
7:20 l.. Cincilnati
7:20 p.m 1:30 p.m. St,. Louis
No. 21 No ?
DaiLy. Dany.
11:55 p.m. "-tO a m. Lv Pensacola.
12:15 n't I 1. Bohemia.
12:20 ". Yniestra.
12:23 7:18 ** Escambia.
12:35" 7:25 Mulat
12:39 7:28 Harp
12-50 7:35 GaltCity
12:58 "' 7:39 MilWtou
1:30 a. m ... Good Range
1:55 8:15 Holts
2:20 8:30 Milliraun
2;33 8:38 Crestview
3:00 8:56 Deer Land
3:23 9:10 Mossy Head
4:03 9:35 DeFuniak Sprin
4-18 9:44 Argyle
4:4G '* 9:57 Ponce de Leon
5:00 10:I0 Weitville
5:08 lu:15 Caryville
5:33 10:30 Bonifay
6:00 10:47 Chipley
6:30 11:07 Cottondale
7:00 i 11:25 Marianna
7:40 11:45 Cypress
7:50 11.42 Grand Ridge
7:58 12:("2n'n Sn.eads
8:15 xr. 12:15 Ar RiverJunction

A. Veteran.'
Lawyer--The cross examination Aid.
not seem to worry you a little bit.
Have you had any previous experience?
Client-Six children.
undiana Are Poor Shots.
Durlug a residence of many years
my, fr-a 'arreiit tribr-s of rud4nCs
I found. ;rV very few exceptions, they
were poor shots, either with the gun
or rifle. When one considers that
from young boyhood they have been in
the habit of" using a gun almost daily
and tlhir very living depends In a
great measure on accurate shooting.
their poor marksmanship is to be won-
dered at; nevertheless such Is the case,
A good wing shot Is a rarity among the
Indians. The Montagnals of the Lab-
rador and north shore of the gulf' of
St. Lawrence are no exception, and
this In a country where most of the
wild fowl are killed flying. It Is ad-
mitted they kill wild geese and ducks
while on their passage north and south.
but this is only possible from the Im-
mense numbers of birds and a lavish
expenditure of ammunition.-Forest
and Stream.

Gohlemith's Obituary Notteie.
It would be difficult to find a more
quaint announcement of death than
that pulillshed In an old newspaper in
1774, at the time of Oliver Goldsmith's
"1774. April 4. Died, Dr. Oliver Gold-
smith. Deserted Is the Village; the
Traveller hath laid him down to rest:
the Gooad-natured Man is no more; he
Stopse but to Conquer; the Vicar hath
performed his sad office; It is a mourn-
ful task from which the Hermit may
essay to meet the dread tyrant with
more than Grecian or Roman fordl.

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The California Itdians who used to
inhabit the Santa Barbara Islands are
described by the minislomrries as the
most detgr-re.1l of all hin. bhcin -s,
with a morality lower than that of ::il.
mnals. Insects, i-pwin~lly arn.bhoppc's,
forma(dl a portion of their food, a.,A,
like the natives .o' the n 'j'ct n ma'ni-
land. thb- prib)-''ly fed to a grent .-i-
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The Allalton Limber Comip any,

Joitlttal Proaooe WIhat kitnl of sentencee did the judge
iftve the weitlher mnin'
talr. foll- wed by clearing; bard l
bar. changing to variable: bread and
Water toward evening: Sunday, soup.*
--Buffalo zprum.
tree i Thati wrom Islands.
In the course of great rivers, Islands
are generdl;y formed by the stranding
of trees, shrubs, plants and such things
brought down by the current. In the
Mackenzie river of Cazada the whole
process of Island making in this way can
be easily observed. Trees borne down
bthm the banks by the undermining ac-
tonm ot the current usually retain con-
siderable mass of earth and stones en-
tangled In their roots. They, therefore
readily sink. and by doing so form eon-
iderable shoals, which time converts
into regular vegetable islands. Then a
thicket of small willows covers the
piewly formed land and their fibrous
roots serve to bind the whole firmly to-
gether. A peaty soil is formed by the
gradual decay of the vegetation, Includ-
tug the trunks of the trees, and on this
many new varieties of plants spring
Up. Sometimes the Island clears Its
moorings and floats away down stream
until It Is again arrested by an obsta-
cle, or it may become in a sense water-
logged and subside close to the bottom.
In this latter case it often gets covered
over with mud and sand, which form
a new and more permanent land sur-
face above it.

the Lobster's Birth Namne.
._ Did yoy ev r see the u a ob-
ster Is boru with?" asked a flash dealer
the other dpy. "It is marked on his
body. No? Well. I'll show you one."
The dealer took a live lobster out of
a heap on the marble slab.
"Its name Is Joe," the dealer said
after he had Inspected one of Its legs,
"Now, can you find It?"
The customer took the lobster gin-
geriy by the back of the neck, where
It could not reach his hand with Its nip-
per. Turning It on Its back so that
the brown legs dt its side flopped back-
ward, a smooth streak half an Inch
long and nearly as wide was seen on
the Inside of the thigh. In this streak,
bike a mosaic, were short lines, as
though some one had printed on it with
Indelible brown Ink in backhand the
characters J-O-E.
"Some lobsters are named Jim," the
dealer said, "some Jack, others John,
and I once clearly made out the name


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Our Clubbing List.
t'he BlUIl has made very b leratclih-
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We offer for sale a strip from the
soutk side of the north half of the
northwest quarter of section 10, town-
shbip 4 south, range 14 west, running
grom the school house to Watson bayou,
adjoining Millville on the south. Will be
sold in acre quarter, or half-acre lot&*
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Tbe Mo*t. I
Before the days of artillery the moat
was an effective means of defense, par-
ticularly when filled with water. In
very large forts or castles It sometimes
assumed the dimensions of a lake, be-
ing often 100 yards wide and ten to
twenty feet deep. The moat was
crossed by a drawbridge, which could
be raised at an Instant's notice. When
the moat was too wide to permit of this
bridge covering the entire distance a
slight wooden bridge was employed.

Tke Beekkoepew No t ehind.
Mr. Asker-They tell me that the
bookkeeper of your firm Is behind in
hie accounts. Is that so? Mr. Tasker
-Far from It. He came out ahead.
It's the company that's behind.

so Shyt
*Wasn't the bride delightfully timid?'
"Very. She was even shy ten years
when it came to giving her age."
Gave Him His Time.
A Kentucky congressman tells an in-
teresting tale of the execution of a
noted desperado In that state some
years ago. Just before the sheriff ad-
justed the noose he asked the usual
question whether the man bad any-
thing to say.
"No. I think not," began the con-
victed one. when hlie was Interrupted
by a cheerful voice shouting:
"Say, Bill, If you ain't got anything
special to say would you'mlud giving

To let these 1g4ood peop k0noO that I
am a candidate for their suffrages,
"Hold on, there!" shouted the sheriff.
"Who's that ?"
"John Blank," volunteered soine one,
naming a rising young politician, who
has since represented his state for a
number of years In the house of repre-
sentatives at Washington.
"Who did he say It was?" whispered
the condemned man to the sheriff.
"They say It's John Blank." *
"I thought I recognized John's voice,"
the desperado calmly remarked. "Well.
he can have my time, all-of it, but go
ahead and hang me first and let him
talk afterward."-Lippincott's.

Glycerin Was Considered Useless.
No commercial commodity can show
a greater increase in value, pecuniary
or utilitarian, than glycerin. Original-
ly a waste product eliminated in the
manufacture of soap, candles and me
dicinal plasters, a nuisance to the
manufacturer and a sour-e, of obstrue
tlon and pollution to river and sewer,
It is now largely in request In almost
every branch of industry. So great is
the demand that the candle and other
works can "no longer yield the required
s'lpply of this commodity, and we now
not only manufacture it on a large
scale, but import It. It is used In med-
icine, In the arts, In perfumery, in the
manufacture of beer, In calico print-
ing. in the preparation of leather and
as an antiseptic. Large quantities are
annually absorbed In the production of
nitroglycerin, dynamite and other ex-

Mixed are For a Jury.
A Maine jury had been out for some
time on a case, and, as the supper hour
was approaching, the presiding justice
sent an officer to Inquire If t e jurors
wanted their supper served in the
room. It seems the jury stood 11 to 1,
and the young man who was standing
out against the rest of the panel an-
swered the sheriff's knock at the door.
In reply to the message from the
judge the odd Juror sent the following:
"You tell the judge he can send one
supper for me and eleven bales of bay
for the eleven jackases that are In
here with me."-Boeton Herald.


July 16, 1906.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filled notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the Clerk of the
Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., .on Sept.
20. 1906, viz:
JOSEPH S. OROOM of Anderson, Fia.
Rd 34."56 for the set of see 14, tp 2s,
r. 15 w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
Samuel Richareson, Marion Shiles,
Charlie M Porter and A A McCallvm,
all of Anderson, Fla.
W. G ROBINSON. IReister.

Notice of Application for Tax
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of
Notice is hereby given that J. A. El-
der, purchaser of Tax Certificates Nos.
110, 111 and 112, dated the tthhday of
June, A, P. 1904, has filed said certificates
in my office., and has made application
for tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. said certificate? embrace the fol-
lowing deseril.ed proper v situated in
Va.hi.i7 glon coidli y, F ist T. n
acres on north side of swi of sw and 5
acre on south side of swaI' of swi. and
5 a-rt'- in se corner of se of -w1, all in
see. 1, tp. 3s, r. 14. -The said land
being assed at the date of the issuance
of such cerltifintes in the name of Un-
known. Unless said certificates shallbe
redeemed according to law. tax deed will
issue thtereon on the 14th day of Septem-
ber, A. n. 1905.
Witness my ofli'ial signature and a3al
[L s.1 this the 8th day of August,
A. P. 1906.
Clerk Circuit .ourt,

Notice of Application for Tax
Under Section 8 of Chapler 4888, Laws of
Notice is hereby given that Grace E.
Drummond, purchaserof Ttx Certificate
No. 133, dated the 6th day of June A. n.
1904, has filed said certificate in my office
and has made application for tax deed to
issue in accordance with law. Said eertifi-
cate .mnibraces the following described
properly situated in Washington county,
Florida, to-wit: the ane of neY- of sec-
tion 9, tp. 4s, r. 14w. The said land being
assessed at the date of the issuarce of
such certifiscat in the name of J. H
Drummond. Unless said certificate shall
-ie redeemed aecurding to law, tax deod
wiJl iisue thereon on the 24th day ef
September, A. 1906. *
Witness my ollieial signature and seal
[L. a.] this the 18th d.a of Atugust, A. D
19U6. W. C. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Court,
Washington County, Flvrida,




Copyright, 1906, by Beatri Reade

*vy ~ ,'9 VY V9 V YV TV V TVYT V 9
When Buckley asked the sanction of
his employer, Professor Rudolph Kin-
fein, to the marriage of that youug
m and Kinfetn's niece, Donna, he ex-
pected that there would be extraordi-.
nary conditions attached to Kinfein'd
approval Kinfein was a wealthy and
eccentric scientist, metallurgist and
physician, who dabbled in various
strange matters for his amusement.
Buckley, his assistant, had grown in
time to understand the old man's oddi-
ties and to have a profound respect for
the intellect which had already made
several valuable scientific disco'-,rics.
Klnfe!n smiled benevolently aud
combed his long white beard with his
fingers when the younger man spoke.
"Well, John." he began. "Douua is
twenty-two, and of course she will
marry some time. I suppose you are no
worse than other men. Now, If I im-
pose a task upon you before I give my
conseut you will agree to perform it?"
"If I can." replied Buckley cau-

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.ir to W'y hcK hand, obe lvsnt Qata
ind broke two hairplns In an equally
rultless effort.
The egg was rather light than other-
wise for Its size, but John felt cer-
tain that machinery of some descrip-
tion, hidden within it, controlled the
situation. By shaking it persis-tently
he was finally rewarded by the bound
of a very faint clicking. That even
ing he iimi i a sort of cat's cradle of
string and placed the egg thm-reln.
Withl the contrivance he was able to
whirl the ewg over and over, in this
way hoping to start the machinery
Occasionally bhe reversed the motion.
but he tired his arms with the monot
onous labor to no purpose.
Next he essayed to saw his way
through the metal. He seenured a
burglar's saw of the finest steel, but
was compelled to dispense with the
handle. as It brouchit the weight of
the little instrument up to nearly 100
Intermittent labor for the next three
evenings with the saw, a bit of cloth
serving as a handle, resulted In some
badly blistered fingers and the scratch-
ing of the paint in several places.
That was all, if the fact that the egg
was proved to be steel as fine and hard
as tIh saw is excepted. In desperation
Buckley attempted to crush the ob-
stinate oval between his hands and
failed again.
"I've made up my mind to get th"
paint off," he announced to..Douna.
--- -.- I


Old gentleman, your uncle,"
ahe overlooked that

it, I knUwl ;
Sixed it to keep the paint out of
'Ute wretched holes."
was the evening of the last day of
the plottedd month that the busy nee-
dle, penetrating farther than usual,
proceed the hoped for result. There
was a khir of clockwork, and a heavy
spring, the pressure upon It suddenly
removed, thrust itself through the side
of te egg.
Joan fished a metal cylinder from the
broken shell, opened it and, with his
arm around Donna's neck, read the pa-
per -Thich It contained. It was a check
for i 5,000 signed by Professor Kinfein
and payable to "Mr. and Mrs. John



O' e k
1 IN

on 0

ve ry

1 u.t a1 goo l as Nur widL..
werd. "Y u n't e a in ( r?.t
y:-t. 11'u UaLtL to iioVe V41U'
I that's wat you wat to do.'
ily lacked a little troubled. "The
enlt of' the 'qon:p:iny and his
teor ise'' dire here tills afte-iir'jon.
j "i., In ':i 4ic1-r has be'LCA so sujpl.,
I gu,'-s we larlt S tI'-4."
i ht I ji: lf us h w-ll'--, away,
,i t l 0e oid and .1 all to see
but"- Theu bte 1 looed at the V
I ramipart. "<'00e, that would
anythlug." he said.
vislt.)t' were not expected until
the afternoon. but it was only 1
when the short, fat millionaire
is dailnty, i''mi-eh:r dnugbter dis-
ed from their horses ai.d left
nt the group of sacks on the
auin side. 'Thu they descended
e gulch, where the shrift opened.
remember, Madgi, no non-
the residentt was puffing.
e young engine::.rs are all right in
places. But tLeir places are not
ni-in-law of Im'.ie. Seems to me
been showing rather a lively in-
in young Grigsby."
ge suiffed. but made no reply to
father's admoultlion. They were
tale. whose moral did not in the
interest her. I-Her father took the
ronago of hl-. pretty daughter
Grigsby ran toward them with
heud and outstretchedl4-hand. but


-plot Is thus lu open r:>vrei the dT!grer
tnrns mason mid plasterer. Hle ce-
ments each grave, lo0tomu and slilea.
Then he fills in the cemented graves
with soil and go-s home with the satis-
factory thought that lie may look upon
his own grave during his lifetime an'd
that It is ready for him at any time he
Is ready for It.
But the weirdest part of this custom
is yet to be told. In the mnilddle of the
plot a square grave Is dug. a hole
about six feet each way. This square
hole is cemented like the graves and
filled In with soil. It should be explain.
ed here that the bodies in the graves
are covered with quicklime. When the
flesh has disappeared and only the
bones are left the bones are taken out
of the grave and thrown into the
square hole in the center of the plot.
Thus the graves are used over and
over again until the square hole in the
center Is filled with the bones of the
members of this or thut family. Then
the hole is sealed over, and that par-
ticular far.-ily plot Is abandoned and a
new one purchased.--London Tit-Bits.
Still Worse.
He-I know lots of women who
haven't any sense of humor. She-
Well, what of It? I know lots of men
who haven't any sense at all!-Detroitt
Free Press.
Contentment gives a crown where
fortune hath denied It,-Ford.

len I can tlir Wnr~'e we're-at."
WVe're at sea," she replied dolefully,
tderly kissing one of the blistered

[clekley secretly agreed with her, but
Pride had been aroused by repeated
bres and the whole souled chuckling
"l professor, whose sides seemed to
baklng constantly with merriment
his, assistant's predicament He
d open the egg now or die.
e young man took his penknife
sharpened the lightest blade to
edge and attacked the paint.
OUugh It clung exasperatingly, In
| had cleared It from the sur-
r This revealed the presence of
sands of little holes in the metal,
Closed by a minute fleck of the
t which the blade would* not dis-

was well Into the fourth week
this was done. "Just look at
e confounded needle holes!" he ex-
ned in disgust.
ider the stress of a brilliant Inspi-
un Donna jumped up and clapped
hands delightedly. "That's It, John
e was brought, and John set him-
to the task of thrusting It care-
as far as it would go Into each of
little holes. This removed the fleck
aliit, and as the absence of paint
*ed that a hole had been tested no
was lost in subsequent explora-

l "- ,i". .... 1 *i I ;. ,* .<. s V :1'-
;n g;-(-'. i.g .4.
"*\hat ii thunder is ?;:t ost:a
Jf ru')lish Iuilt a;roiu'l th.e .-'i.t fo'r;
ie deL.; .indled,
Jackl explained th e mi; ;.-' of h,
helrished Idea, b.t the p,,it,.r'jt shou-
.is head.
"Pooh, pooh!" he 'f-!. l':f
cookingg IIess. Better Tear !I t, ;'. Do) i
.,eed that to keep off fa I: Lie i. "u anii

.I ,d're Interposed tneftrfc'Y. "Oh.
come oa," she cried. "'I v;tt to se(
everything g."
The three walked slowl: o>'-r towar-
:he engine house, Ja-lk ex-piiutl;ig, ea
"Where are all the nen.'" asked
"In the mlue. even the enrig eer. We
:ire having some"-
Tiie oldest inhabitant grasped Jack'.-
"For heaven's sake," hie gasped, "rinfg
the bell. It's comiui'."
The three followed h tis aze. Far ul
;h mo untain. at the ineilnin- of th(
vai!ey. a roar. and with the roar I1
seemed as If, the whole side of tho
n.,s!:uft'ii as sillii'4 dloivn into th,
va:l.ry-n great. gr' ii u. a.s, that gath
.-rlI to i'se'f ; 11 thi luirred Its path.
hu e t .I e* ( ''.iii-big stones, and al-
waIys witl] a ro ir. iri';iOsmiag in volume
to thl" dln of a tholi .aisu I trains.
"'i uimn nrm- safest iu the mines."
lti('X cii -Ld.
.ar i'a;.iid Aim it'1 l! 'itis alt'
-S.- .. ; .
,,.! ,=M r:". the old :m ." hlie said: "I'li
take the girl."
Then with his arm about Madge be
ran with all his strength up the mou.
tain side. Grigsby seized the press.
dent's arm.
"Come!" lie cried.
The presidetat started out bravel
but his weight told, and with the thi
step he stumbled and fell. With eat-
heart throb the sp.wed of the snowslii
was lessening their chances. Ja,
tugged at the heavy old man. Now 1,
could see the boulders that bridged t:
front of the avalanche and poy it L
taken the very tree to wh'ch w.
- pinued the fluttering tre:;-pars warnle,
With a superhuman eTort Jack flu:-
the prosideut oat of harm's w.y. 'The.. ?
he sprang lilmse'f, s.arc.ly noticing
heavy blow fro:.i a whizzing tree top.
In another E.mo'nett ..e ;v.!a:
was a thing; of the past, and a g:-e
swathe down the center of thI va:lc
was polish ,d smoc:i :ias a macadai.
road. With a slugle lnuce to see th-la
Made was s-.e, he caled to h,- two
men and ran to the shaft opening, ov-
which tha slide had passed. It wa
cho'led with a rmIas (,f lo.,s and ice.
"Fiud ropess" (Gri -shy cried-"an'.
thing! The Lord knows howv rn.l:
were In the shaft:"
It was an hour of terrible toll. bu'
somehow the three accompli hed th:
task. With hands torn and ;l )1ediin-
panting and half crazed with c'or Io:
those below, they toiled uncneaslnaly-
the oldest Lahabitant, with the struui,'
of a n an t'rieaty years h's jJi'of. hi-
white l:-ilr wet with perspiratio I: Gri;s
by. with -pale. drawn face. and th'
president, peeled down to vest andi
trousers, panting- with the best of
Gr:gsby called down throu-h the
opening, and the answer came back
faint, but cheei'ully:
"All safe! What's the rip? Send us
down a rope."
When all were safe the president
climbed to Jack's c-biln ond sat down
heavily. .J-:ck and Madge followed
Ile looked at Jack closely.
"Great si: oke. man, looZ at youl
arm!" he cried.
Jack glanced at. the blood stlned
sleeve from which' the arm dangled
helplessly. "I know it," he avnswered-
cheerfully. "A tree top slapped me as
the slide passed, but I dou't care; ev-
ery man is safe!"
The president stared at the white.
dirt stained face. "Madge." he said.
"I'd like to have you marry this sort
of man."
"That's what Jack and I hoped," an-
swered Madge. smlline even as she
moaned over the wounded arm.
"That's settled, then." said the pres-
ident briskly. "Now let's see what I
can do for that arm." And If he no-
ticed that the well arm was encircling
bladge's waist he did not mention the

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their tivwer: otf -ih<-!ce In Bombay. It


reig.ht In St. Andre~ws E',:i% :thoul one dL1111,larltkiri.. 'Ile plOW. delivers'd
$4 .50, But 11,t: Bir 'ov mrooz,,- to do but tvir t Is-in h is a mu will scud the Bis'o
one % car ami d fu aih s(m ir th ese plow-,comnpiet-toat thle factory f101$-4.."0
purchaser to 1,I'"yfreig~ht
'fhe 1plow way behO sCen in opera tiom at ?he ed itci':-!rrc~fnidra-ry im
Order from 1-h f-IuctY iliieivt.

won't be very- hard, John." Fro 7A
private compartment beneath the laib-
oratory shelf he drew out a box andu
handed it to Buckley. "OpOfi t," he
said. J /
John did so and revealed an oval
yellow object nearly the ilze of a foot-
ball and practically of the same shape.
It seemed to be of metal.
"Now, John, there's your golden egg,"
went on the scientist. "I fixed it up for
you in my lelzure moments. If you
open It Inside of a month you get Don-
na and a wedding present too. If not,
you'll have to wait awhile.
"What tools may I use in opening
"That's the point, John. You may
use your own two good hands and any
instrument which does not weigh over
fifty grains."
"Fifty grains!" repeated John,
amazed. "Why, that's less than a
quarter of an ounce."
John stared first at the egg and then
at the scientist. "But, professor," he
expostulated, "an Instrument weighing
fifty grains will be practically useless.
Why, the blade of a small penknife
weighs that much. A thin latchkey
weighs more."
"But an instrument much less in
weight will open that egg."
John looked dubious. "But suppos-
Ing I use something which weighs
"You wouldn't do It, John, if you
agreed not to," responded the profes-
sor comfortably, "and I'd catch you at
It if you did."
John was young, in love, and ener-
getice. His three years' work In the
various hobbles which the scientist af-
fected had given him an unusual tech-
nical education, great confidence In
himself, and a certain delicate manual
dexterity which almost surpasseod twi**
of his employer, clever as the older
man was. It was very natural that he
should accept the challenge and bear
away the egg.
He found Miss Donna In the parlor
and explained the situation. It is hard-
ly germane to mention that when the
girl placed her elbows on the table and
settled her chin in her pink palms to
listen she looked distressingly pretty-
so pretty, In fact, that John was com-
pelled to interrupt his narrative while
he kissed her.
When he had finished his account of
the conditions, she rose. "You are to
go right to your room, John," she com-
manded, "and open that egg. I'm dy-
ing to see what's In It. No; you can't
stay here with me and work on It; I
would disturb you." With the wari-
ness of long experience she dodged
around the table at this moment, an-
ticipating by the fraction of a second a
lunge on the part of John. From a
place of safety behind a chair, she
pointed to the door. "Avaunt! And
tell me tomorrow morning what you
found." John reluctantly gave up a
chase which promised to be fruitless,
and obeyed.
Settled In the easy chair in his own
room, he paid the professor the com-
pliment of examining the egg very
carefully before beginning operations.
lie went o'er It with hisfingers, but
could feel no joints beneath the yel-
low paint which covered the metal.
There wa-s no depression on the sur-
ace it \wad. his theory that a hidden
pring would open the sphere, and he
-pent the balance of the evening in
:earhblng for it. At midnight the
-;ecret was still undiscovered, and he
*:ave it up for the time being.
Donna was inclined to poke fun at
his failure the next morning. As- the
chucklingg professor readily allowed,

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4 Trespasser


pyright. 190U, by P. 0. Eastment

Thg, snow had disappeared from the
valle hedged upon three sides by
moun tains, but far up In the slopes
there were still great white acres of it.
Grigs~by worried a great deal about
these snow patches. At night, when
the cialp was still, he lay awake hour
after our considering the matter.
The New York stockholders who had
sent be young mining engineer out to
explo e and test the mine had given
him o Information as to how, when
or ere to protect his workingmen.
On esday of the previous week a
gr -edge of snow and ice had loos-
en om the peak, had hurtled down
tLh untain side, gathering speed and
sl lt went, and had killed Jim
(" 73 the foreman, without even stop-
ping drop him after the deed was
'"11- oldest inhabitant" told Grigsby
that a ch would probably oe the pro-
gram e until spring, had set in thor-
So r several nights Grigsby wor-
ried. Then on a certain cold, drizzly
mornl g he called the men from the
mine nd set them, one and all, at
work n his Idea. The idea consisted
of a g eat "V," with Its apex turned up
the v Iley, and when completed the en-
gine house over the mine was to set
inugl In the angle of a great fence
of it and bowlders. It took three
days complete the idea, and when it
was one Jack Grigsby squared his
hand tme shoulders, set his teeth firm-
ly on the amber stem-of his pipe and
said: rb"There,-by gum! I'd like to see
a sno slide harm that!"
Thb oldest inhabitant, who stood by
Jack' side, grinned.
thY' 're put a lot of work on that
thin- he said.
"1 II, it's worth It," replied Jack.
"' h," answered the old miner, "I
could -a' told you something that
would 't 'a' been any work at all and
would 'a' been just as effective 83
"kA ice time to L.', to;:'i;g nu, t'.at!"
exc'a ,.'d Ja'.-k. \'z:. v lhat i. il?"
Tb old man pulled a dejected look-
Ing e velope out of his p, long anrch found a stubby p'.-.eil an'I
mad a few ti- riL. oin th,. ,-\'e,-;,,';.
back th :- w.t ied u\-.r t.1 a tree utIL
tacki the I. j, ,i. up, (,o the triunt
rig Ly f'llo\ed hLil curiously. On
the evlop wias wiitten:
i,.la9nches arel requested not to
tre 5s here"
routed. **Well. you're a great'

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T)I tTTJI 'r tK'- FT- C71valsm'i

'Lge lir ,;.. it hi.-. t'. ia'!" t' i[ tly tud
all b10.' ft'!( : tl7. It v 1 ;1 'w er tj Il-
forgo'.ten g 'I .' i' L P _IM ..!.1 Ii up'e lieV
er s'uc .-' >'l ia t i, ; I...". tid htie hliall
Iloa 'r. .A l a :I ".' . T t' Lr.,;; li .'I [
provli'Ird f, r a i.0 t tlilr'' or r hinli
lreJ. Jbut tC er.- I s-t ..i\ e hIe_? .i a th'.m-
i.i( hrr'.S l: t. '.l a'.t I a. ii pe'oph-
w >.re sitt.n:iZr iia.jit in the lelr.-mints e.tt
ig "-nldV'i.' !i,~-a atid driit';iitg claret or
eh.l i [.' .' iln f': -t. ;i.lln Ith11g they
could gr-01 I'r-'.,u ithi siui i-r t.il"le--alud
the ttory wet that l[.'y got so hungry
and riotous thal they luvaded the wine
cellar !Iud the I- tritr."
IIth TmoU P.IInn.
Young \V'e-- I to.k g:--'.t pains wi.!
that iummib.r salnd, Julin, aud I hope
you en.' Vyeld it. IIusban.I laixiouisly)-
I'm afraid, my dear, that I took great
pains with it too.

First Clubhnau-A physician should
take life wi':y.
Second Clubmun-Some of them do.--
School master.
T;.o I' i'|tri'i'l Olin S.
'o ,\o)i lij:iik it ipa;.s ito bL gender
ons?" said tbo rman if d(lubtful mind.
"Wel,. that depends,." replied the phi-
lanthropisL "To tell the truth, it isn't
the niioney I've giv-n away that I re-
gret: it's what I've lentI"-Detruit Free


I 1:- i I I s- 01 %. d

K. ** 1.1'.of 1Di-

alit ..:- '-I was born.
*.v,- I- i 'n vI I sorIeum

_4in i I 'I I -v' if-)ho tr~iissri1t his
ia n",I, f lo va -. If-- n-as lut to
-'a~ls virS ~ ~nm;,; as I luuaoged

'if tion.
"V', t..1 C t;e y t.)it writIng abl.ut, .Havr-
I y. V ''"
"A sto:-y. I'm goiig in for fiction."
'-ILl.S!! : For i nagazlue?"
"Nm; fu'r my tailor. He wants blhi
money, and I'm telling him I'll send
him a check next week."
('Carioalty Satilled.
Mr. OItlbisy (tentatlvelyi-If a man
were, say. fifty and the woman of hbl
choice about twenty. do you think that
would lead to an unhappy marriage?
Miss Young-I think it would be more
likely to lead to a rejected proposal.-
Catholic Standard and Times.
Whint He Needed.
A father rec-ently received the follow-
ing note from a young man:
DPFar Sir-Woord like your doter Jessle's-
hand In m arisg. She and I are In luv,
and I think I nedle a wife. Yurcs.
The father replied Ily letter, saying:
Fri,-nd Henry-You don't need a wife,
You ie.a-d a -pilling t..'ok Get one and
study it for a yeur. Then write me again.





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a family, buyi a plot. lie lit ouce sets
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24-inch steel wheel, the height of which makes
the plow light of draft. It has five blades; I is
. iurniiig mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweeper weeding
Wlade, 4 a bull-tongue, 5a rake. Wrench
winh each plow.
We have made Irrangements by
A.clch mc an f 'ur ish this plow at
the actory price, $3.75, wilh


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