Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00102
 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: October 4, 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: VID00102
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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,tome day" uiso he I o-I
AT ST. ANDREW, FLA. The republicans of Delaware don't liked the natural, fiked way i,
One Dollar n Year in Advance. seem to stand pat, they dare to have whtcbh he had ack'a ige her fa
opicions of their own on tariff revis- leevs peroellU! ,, ni l :" t. I
Entered Sept 3. 1]912, at St. Andrew, m -1 iRi full o
Fla., as second class matter, under ion. At their late state convention sweet ipeas; h. l i..i tl .., b.% w
Acl oft Congress of March 3.1879. they declared: ter eyes there trlth.r 'n. ,,. *r
th yies of 1ir ifi.>(i. .6; l prL't
"We believe that a revision of the ty rlth;lli I.ula 1vi )g ;. L 1
WILLIA Ai EM E n nS, present tariff laws in the near future wa9 lt .o r a r ...,, v.
P R 0 P RIETOR would be beneficial to the great mass ,i ti t, L, h r o hld na.
of the American people. and we also en :.'" r nI lit
Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per the A.erican pep, a w al 'l s. w i .
month. Position and extraordinary flavor a ,reduction of duties on in-. o0ue on,iti tWlt.^A. h. whe
condition rates subject to special port, from the Philippine Islands." lg oiin.,.-.i ,a,.! t~.1 .,. ,.~i,
agreement. That simple, Jint forcible statement diropnil i u iou ihe .>t heto n ii
"Local Drift,"Sc per line, first inser- is the first real glimpse of light that Ihint iitlie til 11 I fette., hi u.
tion: 24c each subsequent. Display has entered th republican household ,lftb a ..l 11
? I I I .t

Clerk, Recordbr of Deeds, W. C. If this paragraph 's checked with a for wei't'annon and the presi- 1chor,
Loakey; Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Ver- blue pencil it isa reminder that your dent in controlling the momaors of lh.t's ('nth .'
non; Deputy, C. H. Danford; Tax subscription has expired and that two t on tr Whehe te Tht Cnn r t
Collector, Jno. R. Thompson, St or three extra numbers will be sent their ow party. Whether these Thorinn t,
Andrew; Treasurer, Louis H. Howell, oDelaware leaders have paid their $1,
Vernon; Tax Assessor, j. W. Bowen, you that no break may occur should Delaware leaders have paid their $1, il or
Duncan; County Superintendent, B. you choose to renew. or not, they certainly need that in- been, to play tib.t sona
I. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos. spired publication, known as the Re- evening. I love it alhd,
Collins, Vernon; County Commis- ten music, and ibe ne'
loners, B. F. Swindle, Vernon; A. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. pu-blican campaign book which at- Then while the tre
L. Harrill, Chipley; J. M. Porter, tempts to prove that the tariff sched- their harmonies lie tol]
Econfina; J. H. Wesley, Point Wash- Election, Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1906 rules are sacred and should not be t!e about his ,duglhter-
Ington; Elton Singleton, Nixon. tileebeof Congress, 3d District. and oh ago he had suffered aI
ngton. A rews-ustice of the Peace, IFor Member.of Congress, 3d District. tinkered with.
St. Andrews-Justice of the P w. B. LAMAR, of Jefferson. ere and she had been ol
mons, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk, For Justices of the Supreme Court, school in 1b.r gradual
monorAt Court, W. A. Emmons; CHAS. B. PARKHILL, nurse him night and do
SSchool Directors, G. W. Surber, Sr, JAS. B. WHITFTE ofLesnmb In the Sm art sweetness; how, when t
P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postls- B WHITFIELD,o come was exhausted a
tress, Zadie H. Ware. For State Representative. had begun to make use
Panama City-Postmaster, Taylor W. B. LASSITTER. Little Trap skill and give lessons,
Poston, enry Bovi For Tax AssessorAMS ) And when the professi
Mililvllle-Postmaster, Henry Bovis J. J. WILLIAMS. T triweso r,-
Constable, J H. Dafln For Tax Collector,, By VIRGINIA LEA WENTZ thia's triweekly trips
parkerPostmaster and Notery PubliA, W.B. GAINER,I nearest town, his sfl e
W. H. Parker. Copyright, 19d0, by Homer Sprtgue down on his coat slee
Calaway-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle. For Treasurer, gloaming behind the hl
aunders-Postmaster R. Peters. H. B. TILLER. two men were silent
A ton-Postmaster, Andrew Allan. For County Commissioner "And he has the smartest looking Presently they moke
kndersonafPostmaster, S. W. Ander- First Dist-J. A. McDONALD. "And he has the smartest looking
person postmaster, W. And Dist-A. L. HARRELL trap you ever saw, Madge! It's cham- gars and Indulged in X]
soWent ayPostmaster, W. C. Holley. 3d Dist,-S. L. DAVIS. pagne colored and a perfect love. versation-- newspaper
West Bay ostmstss Mrs R. Gay. 4th Dist,-P. N. HUTCHISON. What do you bet I don't land him, trap fine byits, a little opif a
rompkins--Postmaster, Emery TomP- 5th Dist.-W. I. SINGLETARY. and all, before the summer's flown by?" Last of all, Cynthia cani
kings. Tom First Dist.-J. H. NELSON, Miss Irene Warden, a beauty (and "Delighte.d!" she said,
Baybookead-Postmasier, J. C. Fowler. 2d Dist.-G. B. BUSH. aware of it), was writing to her girl up to t 1 ,' "h .*-its ,
WetappoPostwistress, Mrs. Dyer. 3d Dist.-S. J. GAINER. chum concerning the bachelor who had "While you two ha I
Murfee-Postmaster, James M.Murfee. just taken the big colonial house with I've been re:uerti.Lrin:
.-- the carriage road and iron archway for tea aud have d'-:'
Calhoun County Cromanton-Postmas- The echoes of the doings of Cassie which for several seasons now had Will you come in. or '
ter Nora Hoskins. Chaiwick with the republican mil- abandoned hope of usefulness. out here?"
Farmdale-irPostmaster, W. F. Wood- lionaires of Pittsburg ae r aching the She was writing by an open window They went In. Near
ford. where the scent of the roses came up screened fireplace was
THE MAILS. public through evidence in pending from the front garden. Beyond lay dainty In i P"-rv or
The northern mails, via, Anderson, litigation in that city. the pretty tree lined road over which and thin chlini Thi
Gay, Bay Head and Chipley departs the bachelor and his champagne col- shed the rich. r"-ft :rio0
every day except Sunday at 3:00 rhe Washigton Post is authority ored trap had Just flown by. and there was an air .,f
o'clock a. m., arrives every day ex- f "Althounth I've told you his name is lik.- .-a about '.. e-Yit,
cept Sunday at 7:15 p. m. for the statement that, "it is estimat- Horace Miut!.-li," ran on Miss War- bhnl be. a wtra:\w.r t.
Lgast Bay mall for Harrison, Millville, Ad tli. the &wo eanilates for gover- den's pen, "'I haven't told you wbat he thin,' f":. so I Z tIlat L,
Cromanton, Parker, Pittaburg. Cook. Icr.ls Ilk, -wu'4 an .. n.nnfotr or il. -.i
Farmdale and Wetappo leaves St.. nor in Vermont expended halfi fifty, I sh'li-t sany. nis nose is rather to hni" ta er-y te tp .
Andrews every morning except Siun- million dollars" but as, the republican. too big, although people call him hand- white hand to inclose
dayest at 5:30 o'clock, arrives, coming it was less than in any elec- some, and he's a bit bald, but, then, I thia's hands were sli
wet o tion since 1880, save oe, the li suppose most men who live In big ew.'Igh as they moved a
I'I'wIGOUS. tronhouses and drive smart traps have big In the half light. He
Baptist-ChIurch Wyoming ave. front- can investment does not seem to have noses. What?" Miss Warden smiled close for the professor,
iag Park St. Services at 11 a. m. and a lttle soft smile into the glass above down himself.
1 P m. Sunday School every Sn been profitable. om another source her dressing table and then bent over Before Mr. Horace M
lay at 10 a.in. Rey. C. L. Joyner, it is claimed that the trusts and comrn- her portfolio again: bed that night he remei
pastor. Epspal-burh Wasm. bines protected by the tariff and "Of course I'd prefer dear old Tom. the morrow Cynthia TI
ingletn e and Chstnuodist at. Sunday other corporations expended $230,- He's young and stunning and sings drive with him in hbls
ington ave. and Chestnut every Sunday corporations ependedcollege songs so beautifully, but, as ored trap. How It w.
school 9:30 a. m. every .un* 000 to elect Littlefield, the republican you know, he hasn't a redl And I real- with her soft hair before
ev.h corner Lorainf candidate for congress in Maine ly must do something this summer, sun touched it to gold
.*rsbyterian-d Drake St, Rev. O. C. Dol- womanly ittle treasn
Ave.hy, astor. Sunday school at 9:30 This corruption and political de- wilMadge. My already meager allwutumn, cebrightness shewa, on:
a. m. every Sunday, John Stur- banching of the voters by special for in September pa's going to enter Cynthia only returned
Ctok, Supt. Wyolng interests protected by republican leg. the matrimonial game himself-a hbo- the next day a half h
ave. and Foster St. Wy islati des not even ng orth rid, designing widow tooe So I must drive and was, conse
Ave. and Foster St. slat does not even bring forth a step lively,' in the parlance of street tired. She was not on
Protest from our reform president, car officials, vereatlon, and the qui
Parker Lodge No. 142 "In point of fact, though," pursued of the scenes stretched
Pa. & A.t :A The great reduction of the republi- the voluble pen, "It'll be pretty easy, made her very silent.
1e a rC imnfi can majority il Vermont at the late plain sailing. I haven't a single good handled the reins, wa
..... lookingkg rival up in this out of the way and the landscape. T4
cations on the first election to 15,676 has only once been place except old Professor Thornton's tain peace about their
and third. Saturday equaled and that was in 1896 when daughter, and she's the quietest poke peace was, above all t
in each month. the majority was 14.163 and in that of a girl-a regular stay at home. And wanted.
ViSitung Brothers as for dressing-well, Madge, you and The next day Miss W
VTERNALLY INITEI. year the democrats elected the largest I spend as much on our gloves and her girl chum again:
W. H. PARKER, W. M majority in congress that any party veils, I reckon, as she does on her "In the beginning o
W.. os.Seretar has had since 1880, his looks pro- whole outfit. That's what comes from Madge, dear, I wrote y
W. A. E Seretar ha had since 1880, his pro- having a bookworm for a father." tain matrimonial vent
S USINESS DIRECTOR. missing for a democratic congress this The next week in the little village 'easy, plain sailingg' A
U- fall. postoffice a friend presented Mr. Hor- I shall never find port1
W. A. EMMONS, ace Matlock to Miss Irene Warden. with my bachelor up on
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notary I he Maine voters must be consider- Apparently the meeting was by acci- in the name of wonder
Public tor the State at Large; has dent, but Miss Warden felt her smooth people do you suppose
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take ably mixed about where the repub- cheeks ntflush, andher habitual com- wind out of my sppoals?
Iafidavits, legalize acknowledg- licans 3tand on tariff revision, for posure was rippled for a second, while, ton, the old bookworm's
Special atte., anywhere n to land conorida.- speaker cannon assured them that for his part, Mr. Matlock scarcely look- had her out driving
Special attention glveu to land con- Speaker Cannon assuredvise while ed at her and. having passed a con- beauty of a trap three t
veyances and marriage ceremony the tariff will not he revised while etion to meet you" lifted his last week to my ki
foruled for lawfully qualified parties. ventlonal "gld to meet you," lifted his last week to my kLi
Office at the Buoy Office, St. Andrews Senator Beveridge told them it would hat politely and walked out to his afraid Cupid Isn't rve
SBay. be. A in the ewnt of a republican smart little trap. You'll find I'll die an old
."I had on my chic volle. the one unless Tom"-
L. M1cKINNEY, majority in the next congress Cannon Aunt Tessie sent me from Paris, you At tbis point Missj
Attorney at Law, Vernon, Fla. wilLbe~ speaker.and hav jthe triff know" wrote Miss Warden to Madge, teeth absently cntu|
nn.iA misT whiI 1bat -with fIoppTng einholder- while.i

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e hollow of

;otary Public for State at large. Of his hand it will be better to take
flee at Store, corner of Lorainoeave
nea and Cincinnati st, All Notarial the straight tip from him that if the
work solicited and given prompt at- tariff is revised it will be revised
toeution. higher.
A. E. REGISTER, Secretary Shaw has come to the
rotary Public for the State of Florida
at Large. Attends to all matters rehlel of the money market again by
pertaining to Notarial work. Office loaning money to the Wall Street
at J. R. Thompson's store, Bay front,
and Washington ave., St. Andrew, financial sharks a few more millions
Fla. of the public funds without interest
DR. W. G. MITCHELL. and on security other than national
Physician and Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of Btyview. offers his profes- bonds. Whosays the administration
slonal services to the citizens of St. is divorced from Wall Street influ-
Andrews and vicinity. Residence on ences.
Buena Vista avenue.
DR. J. J. KESTER, The Administration is getting hit
Homoeopathic Physician and Accou- right and left. Even the republicans
eheur. Office Plonear Drug Store,
of Arizona have declared against the
W. H. PARKER, Roosevelt policy for single statehood
Notary Putlic for the State of Flor. i
Ida at Large. Office at Parker, Fla. and state they wonid sooner, "remain
Conveyancing and payment of tax4m a territory forever than to have joint
for non-residents, specialties. statehood with New Mexico."
Two of a Kind.
A man waiting for a street car asked IIineeod ere Too.
t gentleman standing by, "It are time 1 4=dy Man (greeting lady acquaint-
for the street car, ain't it, or have ary OteX)-*I4 remember your face perfectly,
one went out In the last few minutes?" but your name has escaped me.
The answer is said to have been, "If Young Woman-I don't wonder.
any have went I haven't saw it,"- caped me three years ago. I am
Greensboro (N. 0.) Record. PrI 1'ed now .

fuchsias. But it was all rank waste." toward the sunny, t lned street.
She couldn't understand it. Her Then she begin to hum.
dreams hadn't ended that way at all. As she started on the pirth bar of
One d.ay in the tiny Idle little bank her song a champagne -olor,-I trap
Mr. Horace Matlock stopped short as skimmed by. In It was ie charming
he recognized a stooped, gaunt figure bachelor, and by his aid as Cynthiu
with a patrician face. Thornton.
"Why, it's Professor Thornton, Isn't
it?" he cried, stepping up to him with
a cordially outstretched hand.
When Matlock years ago had entered
Yale as a freshman Thornton had been 10W Joan o
tutoring, and quite a friendship had
sprung up between them. Subsequent- the Cou y r
ly they had lost track of each other.
But the satisfaction of the younger
man in meeting the older one again By BELLE MANI S
was genuine.
"Poor old professor How thin and Copyrigt, l, by P. c autmcnt
worn and aged he's become!" thought
Matlock as he drove the professor When Joan Williams. had taken
home to his modest little cottage. t ,
Out in the cottage's side yard by the first prize in the school of otograhy,
hollyhocks a girl was picking a great and her friend, Lucile g, stepped
bunch of sweet peas for the lunch from the platform of the little station
table. When she heard the smart 4- near the farm where the Intended to
tie trap stop at the gate she looked spend the summer, they a first saw no
quickly up from the blossoming vinea one waiting for them.
and wondered. Who was the distin- Joan's quickly moving es covered
guished looking stranger? And where the whole scene in appre nation. The
had he picked up dear daddy? colliding and jostling of I coming and
A few days later Matlock drove up to outgoing passengers, the *ntle haste
the cottage again. It was only decent, of belated travelers cout sting with
he told himself, that he should show the exasperating leisure the ticket
the professor some attention and take agent, the jogging pace of he man be-1
higi driving p.ow and then. Perhaps hind the baggage truck, t v,.l'erous

S. S. Senator-1st district, S. R. Mal-
lory, Pensacola: 2d District, J. P.
Tallatero, Jacksonville.
ftepresentatives-1st District B. M.
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d District,
Frank Clark, Lake City; 3d District,
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
Land Office-Register. W. G. Robin-
son; Receiver, H. S. Chubb, Gaines-
State-Governor, N. B. Broward; Sec-
retary, H. C. Crawford; Treasurer,
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, W.
H. Ellis; Comptroller, A. J. Groom;
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion, W. M. Holloway; Commission-
or of Agriculture, B. E. McIAn.
State Senator, S. W. Clark, Blountsa-
Washingtou County-Representative,
W. A. Bryan Chbipley; County Judge,

"Mri-s. Rnt,-,!" called Luelle. "What really do not," replied the minister, blood; both need more fat.
ills the house?" "but far into the hundreds, I should These diseases thrive on lean-
Mrs. Bates answered the summons. Imagine." "No, it didn't," said little the o lean-
"The house isn't boarded up, you Harold. "I know how much It was. It ness. at i the best mes ns of
!nmow, and the hogs go under It when cost 14s. 10d." "Why, Harold, how do overcoming them; cod liver oil
they get out of their pens. They you know anything about it?" "Be- makes the best and healthiest
scratch their backs on the floor, and cause, mamma', t says at the bottom fat and
It rocks the house a little, but it's of tho window, 'Job 14, 10.'"
Lucile," said Joan gravely when "ome, Sweet Home."
heir hostess had returned to the kitch- Probably no one would hate been
In precincts, "I had thought of naming more surprised than Sir Henry Bishop
his delightful place Noah's Ark, but himself could be have foreseen that a E M U
low I think the Hogs' Back will be single melody in one of his numerous
nore appropriate." operas would achieve such celebrity
At breakfast Mrs. Bates gave more that at the present day it is still sung
particulars of the disasters that had by leading prima donnas at fashionable is the easiest and most effeetlve
attacked the Locke household and ask- concerts, jangled on street organs and form of cod liver oil. Here' 8
d to enlist their help in the forthcom- loved by a vast public that knows noth- natural order of things that
!ng ball. Joan appeared abstracted ing of music, properly so called, as the shows h Scott's Emulslo i
ind offered no suggestions. Lucile purest representation of the English howswh o
proposed a fair In connection with the spirit-"Home, Sweet Home," "Clari, of so mitch value in all case of
dance and began to ply her needle in the Maid of Milan," the opera In which scrofula and confumption, Moil
the fashioning of sofa pillows. this favorite song occurred, has long- fat more weight, more Wro d
The next few days were devoted by been consigned to the limbo of forgot- that'
Joan to long solitary rambles, in which ten musical works; but "Home, Sweet ment, that's why,
she always carried her camera. Home," survives with undimiulshed
"I think I have took the whole coun- popularity and is likely to survive & dl for "sa.mpie.
try," she announced one day. "I am when many more pretentious composi- SCOTT & BOW.E. Chefs
going to send the plates to the city for tions have followed "The Maid of SCOTT & BOW C C'"4
-development, as I haven't the facilities Milan" into oblivion.-Cornell Mag- 409-415 Pear Street, New York
..* zisie. Sr.andti.OO u 3$ i n Awit



voiced driver of the biu. besieging pa. The day before that s4et for the fair A l'lte utei I'lnt..
sengerg to ride to the Puill.t Ilouse: the ind dance a huge express package was "O.ne plaut rat least hbas been patent-
parslve mieued driver oL le ote shab- brought to Jown. but she refused to ed," sld an inventor. "It m tbN UWAbel
by hack. formed a series of most Teal- how the coutentm to any one. precutort, uloas poiteoeter pe. aWll
!stlc picture which made Joan touch On the momreotous e'veol- she went wotther plant. JoiNs Nweck took out
the button muny times to the Hlg barn where the ,.. ne was to ;he patent. The weathl prddit t Itill
.A ieuliarly fI.'-hioI-d horso attached he held an hour In advance of the time lieved by many p'rson- to foretell
n two se.altd tL ,tcit now drove et. When the Bates household arrived the weather. John Nowack was sure It
-p. .rTo.t was somrn,',ht iu doulbt at -hey saw her seated demurely at a ta- did so. and he put it on the market
!i-st as to the t-euuli,.-tt.a of the nn i- ,-,esurroun:.ed by a group of eager, along with au Indicating apparatus,
.,i. lch .S,(-jed to .he1r to hnvc a "bhaittcrtig foks. An artistlcally letter- guuntiteeiug It to foretell for forty-
",',t:u.i.;ue pspr.e 1h'-,l ll er wa iz. ,1 sign read: eight hours ii advance ahd for iftj
intu sitrce, wMibt nto n, .!-1'st iuter "Would you see yourself as others nil'es around fog, rain, snow. hall,
..t Ia I!o nri'vl ,lor ',. 1 .- 'u. ee you? Come and fin-1 yourself! It etrthqliuke and depressions likely to
A,-jin sb, 7 w,i :i.mn. while ;ot here, faces made to order at future -eanue explosions of tire damp. Alas
.rcI.t. \vwho bar s. .;t ili .- s.,.,im r of .ate." fo"r I,,- -.owr;i_'rk: The experts of thd
.e vyr in'this I ti .ty. w t quick. Lucile and the Bates family hastened i)Turral of agriculture took up his pat-
.7 up to th. iiew,:,o;'....-. o the tale., which was covered with tented plant. They proved that tbh
S\ hiy. bow d) y.m Ldo, Mr. BaMtes': ofli),.,riphIs of ali lhs an.l siz.es, u.vteL.eilnt of the leaves-to the right
rft is my friend. liss WoI inms." unp-i.t.. of the u:nnity .ik. and ut m ain, to the left foretelling
hiitd po.,ws- Farmer Lanu'e bookinu up. wcithelr', but by the light. Snd they`
G-,l :'p!" and the h a fose made a for- ",e .Mrs. I.apps 'feeuliug chickens, proved that the plant's famous dowuP
yard oveuent t-eari.ng away iu clum- ss,, (ramvc' c'hLI'nI. Jled Struck- word movement, which was suppose
3y gallop across the long bridge, at the oni milking, the little Blatbhfords go- to foretell earthquake, was caused by
nd of which he settled down into ,a ag blackberrylng. Lane's Carlo bring- an Insect that punctured the stem,
nippy little gait ng home the cows, etc. No one was causing the leaf, naturally, to droop.
"Old Hundred didn't omit his usual werlooked. That is the only patented plant I
bridge sprint," observed Lucile. Also there were pictures of home, know of, and Nowack lost money oa
"Old Hundred! He doesn't deserve arns. cattle, the church, the cemetery, it."
such a cognomen," observed Joan. ,choolhoune. sawmill and many old
"You will think so. He hasn't set- in.dmarks. all on sale, not to mention Buying Birds to Free Them.
tied down into his snalliest pace yet." icturos of the Locke girls. Birds are often purchased in the bird
"Geed-ap!" reiterated Mr. Bates, The news spread, and every newcom- market at Lucknow, India, In. order to
roused to effort by this insinuation .r hastened up to see if his likeness be set free again. This is done by Hhlb
and smartly slapping the reins across vas there. Ardent swains secured pic- doos as a work of merit and by Mo-
the steed's ample back. -ures long denied them by coy damsels. bammedans after certain rites hbav
"He doesn't 'geed-ap' very fast," t tle close of the evening her hand been performed as an atonement, In
commented Joan. tag was well filled with coin. Imitation of the Jewish scapegoat. It
"Do you earn your own living, too?" "This," she said, extending the mon- is essential that a bird used fot thid
asked the old man, turning to her my to Mrs. Bates, "Is my contribution purpose should be strong enough to a
quickly. 'oward the Locke estate." away; but that does not Induce thd
"I hope to," she replied modestly. "I As she suspected, she was besieged cruel dealers to feed the birds, or to
take pictures. I expect to take your for many days by people from miles refrain from dislocating their wings ot
whole country." around who heard they had been breaking their legs. They put down
"I hope it brings you more than writ- "took." If by chance one had been everything to good or bad luck, and
Sng poetry," he said, with a glance at overlooked, the omission was remedied. leave the customer to choose a strong
Lucile. "The Hedgeton Gazette only "I think," remarked Joan meditative- bird, if he can find one, and to go away
pays for it in subscriptions and trade." ly as she looked a last farewell from itf he cannot. The merit obtained by
S Joan gave an ecstatic laugh, the car window on her return to the setting a bird free is not attributed t1
"But Lucile writes for big maga- city, "that the country and I are now Deity, but It is supposed to come In a
zines. She is paid by the word." on intimate terms, and with the sale of large measure from the bird itself ow
"You don't tell mel She must be pictures and proceeds of the dance, not from Its attendant spirit, and hened
awful rich." to mention contributions from the birds of good or bad omen, and es,
"But sometimes I sit for hours and neighbors, I can see at least two years peclally kites and crows, are in muett
can't think of a word," confessed Lu- of prosperity for the Locke girls." demand and are regularly caught to bW
elle. sold for this purpose.
"Words are plenty enough," he de- The armer's Individualism. -
clared scornfully. "You can get them Farming Is virtually the only great A M3es"uman's Ideas.
out of a dictionary." series of occupations that is unorgan- A respectable and honest Mussulman
"I never thought of that," she re- ised, unsyndicated, unmonopolized, un-. -and of equrse there are millions of
plied naively, controlled, except as it is dominated Mussulmans entitled to that desgrip-
At nearly every farmhouse en route by natural laws of commerce and the ton--will not swallow alcohol ift
iMr. Bates "whoaed" to deliver pur- arbitrary limitations Imposed by organ- knows it, even for the good of hib
chases. Now It was the farmer's wife ization in other business. In a time health; will not lift "the harem vell,
*who came out to the wagon and again of extreme organization and subordina- even if lifting It is essential to the life
Swas a bashful boy or a giggling than of the individual the farmer still of his wife or daughter; will not take
girl. In every instance Joan's camera retains his traditional individualism out an insurance, even when failure
was u.tilve. and economic separateness. His ep- to do so is ruinous to him in a busti
r be last r-omrniiruton wns pot liv.- *4T, ..Ks n tie.. .... d- j... . .- ..AA-L ....A .On * *-*-
n .t- -.o,.-u <-, in rc.,. 'r.* *. earning by means of his own efforts. country' rtle by Mu.alM tew
.tioppt'd In front of a barn near the The schemee in most other businesses any motive whatever short of S nece-
ro)adsHle and there deposited a sus- is to make profits, and these profits are sity such as destroys freedom of will
picious looking package. Farther on often nonintrinsic and fictitious, as, for accord equality to men of any othee'
they met a farmer who looked at them example, in the habit of gambling In faith. In these respects be is a "fanaus
nquiringly. stocks, in which the speculator by lc"-that Is, he will act upon the pre
"Put it In the barn, Fred," said Mr. mere shrewdness turns over his money cepts of his creed as interpreted byS It
Rates significantly, to advantage, but earns nothing in the doctors without reference to y othet
"All right." Bestowing a knowing process and contributes nothing to consideration, and especially without
wink upon his purchasing agent, Fred civilization in the effort. If the farm- reference to convenience oto the optm
hastened forward, er steps outside his own realm he Is ions, moral or otherwise, of men of
"Ilow are the Locke girls?" asked met on one side by organized capital any other faith. A Musaulmam'a ere
Lucile. "And do you all help them as and on the other by organized labor. s for him the operative law, ag e
much as you did?" He te confronted by fixed earnings. tom is for a Chinaman, or a caste rus
Mr. Bates then related a pathetic What he himself secures is a remainder for a Iindoo, or duty for a good a En
story of the misfortunes of the Locke left at the end of a year's busines.- 'ishman, or that fich cor agod
"girls," who had lived together for Century. or a espectabe t a
seventy odd years in the little tumble t_ f_ rse etabea rpo t it u po wi
down house with Its sparse garden The A Wil e Waa. thought re s onwhich
patch. The mortgage had been fore- The Alps, from a geological point of will break the law, especially W,;jjI
closed. Roxy's sight had failed her, view, are very recent. The Welsh there are also points, especially ttho
and she was unable to do the piecingg" hills, though, comparatively speaking, we have mentioned, upon wbch
;and quilting by which they had helped Insignificant, are far more ancient, will no-tathe' w ttbe lopped I*
ake out their living. They had been mountains for ages and pieces or chop yoet Lnd take allp ct
The poorhouse was looming up In ages before the materials which now sequences serenely.- London Spect
their horoscope, though the neighbors compose the Rigi or the Pilatus were tor.
ivere preparing to give a harvest ball deposited. Indeed, we may say that state Law. -
nd bestow the proceeds therefrom to it is because they are so old that they "If you should have your cbotce
the averting of this calamity, have been so much worn down. The whether to die in the Empre' state o
By the time this narrative was fin- Alps themselves are crumbling and in good old New Jersey, don't fall ta
ished they had reached the farmhouse befng washed away, and if no fresh select Jersey," remarked a Hobokes
of the Bates household, and Mrs. Bates elevation takes place the time will lawyer the other day. "Over there,",
came out to greet the "city folks," who come when they will be no loftier than said he, "we still do business on lines
vere shown to their "bedroom off the Snowdon or Helvellyn. They have al- laid out by the common law. For ex*
4t iti: room." ready undergone enormous denudation, ample, under the laws of New Jersey
"The live stock seem to be making n and it has been shown that from the a husband is entitled to all the per-
grand entrance," said Joan presently, summit of Mont Blanc some 10,000 or sonal property left by his deceased
parting the curtain. "Through the hole 12,000 feet of strata have been already wife. Across the river the ease lE
*u the screen door some chickens are removed. Denudation began as soon quite different, because under the law
entering. On the stairs are a multi- as the land rose above the sea and the of the state of New Yo'rk half of a der
tude of cats, and a stray sheep-I think main river valleys were excavated.- ceased wife's personal estate goes tU
it is a sheep-bleats on the back steps. Pearson's Weekly. her children and the residue reverts to
Mrs. Bates is sending the dog for the her husband. Only where there are a
.ovs. Will lie bring them into the What It Cost. children Is the hubby the whole thing.*
hou '"' In a little town In England not long -New York Press.
fnor thoua't was still of a nimenagerie ago the entire family had been at
vhein slin iwoke the nert morning. con- church and the young minister was
cloIMs of n .liiht motion of the house, coming home to dine with them. While
usccomp:tulnl by a most-pepacplr-"9PIio a. it dinner-they-wore discusshug tho new
. "It's an earltbquake:" asserted Joan. given. "It is a most beautiful piece of One disease of thi- s in
"I'nless the house is portable. I should workmanship," said one, "and must s o iIIf
;ot be surprised if we were all en have cost a great deal of money." "Do children is scrofula; in adults,
*otite to tbhe bharn to do the chores." you have any idea how much?" "I consumption. Both hav poor
"Mii.flt,~!'cele Lce. Wht ealy o ot" epiedth mniter boo; bthon. edt more fat.



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The str. Tarpon arrived from MiP.
bile and Pensacola about 8 o'clock
kieR.ay morning. Site having taken
*refuge from the sttrm in a place of
safety in Pensacola. escaped unhurt.
8he returned from Carrabelle and
Apalachicola about 5 o'clock Tnes.
daj evening.
The achr. Blanehe sailed for Apa-
fachicola at 7 o'clock a. in. yesterday.
Capt. Mapes found a place of refuge
in North Bay doing the storm.

lecareA St. Andrews Hay, every Monday,
Leaves I'ensacol k, Thursday, (we:itner


IsC)GjALq 11.Ip .-

-Colored and plain souvenir postal
cards, with St. Andrew scenes at the
Buoy office.
-For a nice line of up to date shoc&
at right prices, go to A. H. Brake,
St. Andrew. Fla.
--Rev. J. M. Conway will conduct di-
vine services in the M. E. church next
Sunday morning and evening.
-Blank Warranty Deeds, short form
printed on good Itnen naper, 25e per
dozen: also blank receipts-100 recepts
ia a block, 10o each, at the Buoy office
-The registery book for St. Andrew
precinct No. 5, is now open at the Buoy
Office It is every voter's duty to exer-
cise this privilege, but remember that,
unless you are registered. it will be im-
possible for you to do so.
--WIZARD INK Tablets, Price, per
box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten ounces of the
best ink. Economical permanent. abso-
lutely indelible, convenient, non-coro-
sive. At the Bnoy office.
-Mr,. Julius Rinn of Baltimore, Md ,
has the thanks of the Buoy fo several
copies of mammoth jubilee editions of
Baltimore. ocrs,:in all o whlich.h



For Hundreds of Miles Along

The Worit Hat Not Been, ani Probably
When the item regarding the tide was publish
it was supposed that the maximum height was r<
pired that the condition then was only a foretastd
0arly Wednesday afternoon the tide again begna
morning it was six or seven feet higher than that
ties who were living here at the time any, it lack"
of reaching the high-water mark of 1887; while
higher than in that year.
At all events, it is a fact that thousands of
were destroyed in St. Andrew and the Bay consitr
drew was entirely, or nearly so, destroyed. Of
Buoy office and Brackin's store, not a rod ofiM
SaUit is wAshed inland...

1e Gulf Coast!

er Can be ToldI

in the Booy last week,
'hed; but it soon trans.
f what was to come; for
Lo rita and by Thursday


reported, and par-
one or two inches

ome insist that it went

liars worth of property
Every wharf in St. An-
sidewalk between: the
while Lie bulkl

It Combines Power of Will and
Power of Self Restraint.
Strength of character consists of two
things-power of will and power of self
restraint. It requires two things, there-
fore, for its existence-strong feelings
and strong cothmand over them. Now,
It is here we make a great mistake. We
. mistake strong feelings for strong
A man who bears all before him, be-
fore whose frown domestics tremble
and the children quake, because be
has his will obeyed and his own way
in all things, we call a strong man.
The truth is he il a weak man. It Is
his passions that are strong. He that
Is mastered by them is weak.
You must measure the strength of a
man by the power of the feelings he
subdues, not by the power of those
which subdue him, and hence com-
posure Is often the result of strength.
Did we never see a man receive a
flagrant insult only growing a little
pale and then reply quietly? This Is a
man spiritually strong.
Or did we never see a man bearing a
hopeless, daily trial remain silent and
never tell the world what cankered his
home peace? That ts strength.
He who, keenly sensitive, with many
powers of Indignation In him, can be
provoked and yet restrain nd

Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf


= ~ *> '~'i t~'4~:- ~

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

St. A
St. A


ndrow, Wednesday, 8:00 a, m.
villo,, Wecuesday, 10:00 s. m.
achicolt4, Thursday. 6:00 a. M..
belle, Thursd ,y, 12:00 noos.
le. Monday, 6:0o a. m.
ndrew. Friday, 2:00 a. in,
tile. Friday, 11:30 d. m.
acula. iFridvi, 11,30 p. m,

Pensacola to St. Andrew andtMillville, $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabelle, $7.50.
St. Andrew and Millville to Apalachicola, $5.00.
Peusaeola to Mobile, $2.50.
the aboyo rates include meals and berths. W. G. BARROW,

torceiving and forwarding
freight for parties livingganywhere on
either atrpi of the Bay, and passengers
for any point on the gay can depend
wpon securipg prompt transportation
at reasonable rates. Good passenger
accommodations. Express and Railroad
Freight soecialtles. For further in-
formation apply to
OTWAY WAsR, Geu. Manager.

Carries tae East Bay Mail between St.
Andrew, Wetappo and intermediate
points. Leaves St. Andrew daily (ex
cept Sunday' at 5:00 a, m.; arrive at
We anpo at 12:30 p. m ; leave Wetappo
at 1:00 p. m ; arilves at St. Andrew at.
7:30 p. m. Makes landings regularly at
Panama City, Cromar.ton, Parker,Cal-
Iwaw 0oo,. Allanton and Farmdale.
Freigrbt landed at nily postoffice whar.
For passenger aind. freight rates, see
pate card In thaseveral postoflices.
F. A. \ViTHaIi.n, Manager.

The following table record, the max.
tmunm, minimum ahd mean tempera-
tures. the rainf-Ali and directton of the
wind for the twenty-fonr hour ending
at 7 o'clock p. m., as indicated by U. S


Date.... .. I I ,in. Wind

Sept....26 17 75 72 .80 n
27 82 72 77 .68 s
28 82 14 76 2.71 s
S29 83 74 76 .81
310 83 69 69 160
Ot .... 1 86 69 69 2.40
2 76 66 71 .98 '
I 81 71 1 76 9.98


heroe Are Dllnon. or Tons fa the
W ik'.t ,- of1 the C) .fnn.. -"
Do you know tlhat tihe unters of our
globe Iohld tihon ;i:uld:* uf minillio,): of tons
of gold in solutil-n. and that if it were
possible to extract the prc'lus metal
from the nquious constltueut of our
planet goldl Would be the commonest
of the metals? More than 100 years
ago the salt boilers on the coast of
Maine found slight traces of the
precious metal oq the idea of their
evapqrftorB. and later- on Scottish
- tradesimen In the saie article reported
#014ol ettlpngs in the water taken from
the mouth of the Dundee. In 1S53 the
-chemists Malargut and Durocler ana-
lyzed waters from several different lo-
calities in the several oceans and seas.
tle' result lt be tig that they found a
sllght trace' of gold and sa4iver In. every
specimen tested. Fina ly. ff IS55, they
made a' grand summary of all their
findings, the figures presented with
that eot being without doubt the
most wonderful exhibit that has ever
been given to the sclentitle- world..
It was there shown that the average
depth of all oceans is 2,500 fathoms,
and that the surface area Is sufficient
to make a grand total of 400,000,000
double miles of, water, or not less than
7,837,080,272,000,000,000 tons. Each ton
of that vast amount of surging liquid
holds, at a very low estimate, one-
thirteenth of a grain of gold, or a total
of not less than 10,250,000,000 tons of
the precious metal. If tils vastf amount
of gold could be extracted and thrown
upon the market the best financier in
the world "cannot imagine what the re-
silt would be: ,
Danger from Plague.
There is grave danger from th(
pingue of coughs and colds that are s(
prevalent, unless you take Dr.. King'i
New Discovery for Consumpton, Cough(
and Colds. Mrs. Geo. Walls of ForesI

City, Mo., writes: "It's a Godsend to
people living In nlim-ates where coueuhs
and colds prevail. I find it quickly ends
them." It *prevents, pneumonia, cures
la grippe,. gives wonderfAl relief in
a4bma an* hay fever, ind' rakes weak
lungs strong. enough to ward oft con-
sumplion. coughs and colds. 5% and $1.
Guaranteed by A. H. Brake. Trial
bottle free.
Here's a Spelling Lesson.
Students in a London school were re-
eently asked to write this: "A glut-
tonous sibyl with her glutinous hand
eomplncently seized a sieve, a phthi-
sical ichneumon, a noticeably supercil-
nus irascible and cynical sergeant, an
embarrassed and haraesed chrysalis, a
shrieking sheik, a complaisant prose-
lWte- and an anonymous chrysolite.
These aft suddenly dfsapp sted doW*
Ber receptrve esophagus. She simply
*aid: 'Paghb ,Not' saccharin!' She
then', transferred a billion- of bilious
mosquitoes, an munsaabla bouquet of
fuchsias, files, dahTlas, byacinths and
phlox, a liquefied bdellium, an Indeli-
ble defamatory Inflammatory synchro-
nism and a debatable syllogism to the
same capacious receptacle. Peaceably
surrendering her daguerreotype to the
ecstatic aeronaut, she descended with.
her p:, n)hbutii-a synonym for ba-
N rouiie-:nad ..riv"ous'.v terrified the
\sli'-. s'i:u!il ycomrnry already tor-
.;'Aletl hV 1h,- hoIl 10! I 'nlMonyf .it"

,7-.,1-~Lu owli u- barIclu L j e Mturu ii


Warned In Time.
A man visiting a lunntic asylum re-
cently was conversing with some of
the outdoor patients when a man rode
up on horseback. The pace called for
comment among the party, and one of
the patients said he had seen a horses

running much faster than that one.
"Oh." exclaimed the visitor sotto voice,
"I have seen a horse -flying." "Dinna
let the doctor bear ye sayin' that, my
man," Interjected an old Scotch luna-
tic. There's fouk in here for far less
than fleeits horses."

Nothing to Fear.
Mothers need have no hesitancy in con-
tinuing to give Chambetlain's Cough
Remedy to their little!ones, as it contains
absolutely nothing injurious. This reme-
dy is not only perfectly safe to give to
small chi dre i. but is a medicine of greut
worth vnd in r:t. It has a world wide rep-
uta ion for is a cures of coughs, colds and
croup, ard can always be relied upon.
For sale 1 y a'l medicine dealers.


Real Estate Brokor,

St. Andrew, Fla.

or more, and every man and boy in that endJf toi
the goods to Mr. Brackin's residence on th elevate
The ,-ater entered some other places of business
necessitating the removal of the goods.
Juo. R. Thompson's new wharf and Aore house
loss of freight and the building standtillted in th
At the Buoy office, the tide just reached the fro
drove a little water under the door to 'et the floor
no damage, save the tearing up of th i slewalk w
The Ware Mercantile Company's tew wharf, re(
ot more than $1,000 is a wreck, save span of a
which, although submerged, was probably held
house in which considerable freight was stored,
A few small boats were driven ashoe. bnt. the los
At Panama City the new wharf ws washed aw
will cost several huudrod dollars to rqpair it; but t
at Panama, for practically every whaif on all the
The fishermen from all the camps came in Ha sol
and report that all were driven out of their camp
ness, and while scarcely one escape(i a heavy loss
fortunately no loss of life is reported. J. W.
from St. Joseph, Monday with twenty-two barrels
thrilling experience and that the property loss of ti
will amount to about $600.
But St. Andrews Bay cannot complain, becans
from Pensacola, Mobile and other points west, as f
Orleans, come a tale of death, destruction s
property, the extent of which St. Andrew has no

now Tl

oel, nth
well, ancMF

the depth of tw'
)ent the night moving
land in the rear.
but not to the extent of

went down with a heavy
bay, a few feet north.
t door sill and the wind
for a short distance, but
s experienced there.
ently completed at a cost
w rods at the outer end,
own bv the new freight
which was muo.te or less

thereby was not serious,
y to the butment and it
ie elements did not stop
rins of the Bay was de-

n as tkey could get here,
ini the storm aud dark.
f fish and fishing tackle,
ndersin's crew came up
of fish. They report a
to crows encamped there

oi this visitation, for
r as Gulfport and New
nid terrible wreckage of
.eans of ascertaining.


i EWal hero.



Portraits, Views and Groups.

Colored Souvenir Postals.

A Badly Burned Girl
or boy, man or woman is quickly out of
pain if Bucklen's Arnica Salve is ap-
plied promptly. G. J. Welch. ot Tckon-
sha. Mich., says: "I use it in my fami-
ily for cuts, sores and all skin injuries
and find it perfect." Quickest pile cure
known. Best healing salve made. 25c.
at A. H. Brake'ss store.
His Too Thoughtful Wife.
Several physicians were relating how
carefully their wives.looked after their
interests and how diplomatic they were
In saving them from doing unneces-
sary night work. One doctor gave an
Instance demonstrating how the best
laid plans of men and mice oft mis-
"When I got home this morning at 3
o'clock, dead tired from attending to
a trying case," he remarked, "I almost
dreaded to look at the hall table, upon
which my wife always leaves a note
when there Is an urgent call. I was
naturally delighted to find that I did
not have another call to make and at
once hurried to my bedroom and, with-
out lighting the gas, undressed In. the
dark and tumbled into bed.
"My head touched something on the
pillow. I lighted the gas to investi-
gate and found that my thoughtful
wife had pinned there a note, so that
I should not fall to see it, informing
me that I was wanted at once without
fall to call on a distant patient as soon
as I arrived home, no matter at what
hour."-New York Press.


the present day are plainly apparent.
--Handsome letter head% ,with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena
Vista Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map
of the St. Andrews Bay country on
back of a letter sheet at 15o. per dozen,
at the B-ioy Office.
-While oa my trip North, I bought
at mamntacurers' CLOSE CUT sale, a
line of men's and boys' clothing at from
$1.00 to $3,00 ver suit LESS than regu-
lar prices. Now I propose to give you
the benefit, by selling boys' wool suits
from $1.50, up. Men's wool suits from
$6.00 up. Yours for good clothing aud
low prices. A. H. BRAKE, St. An-
drew, la.
-Mr. C. J. Raffield informs the
Buoy that two cross-bottomed seine-
skiff boats drifted away with the flood
from Goose Point Cove ou East Bny-
one about 20 and the other 24 feet long.
He also lost a heavy 9 and 12 twine
seine from Crooked Inland Point, and
ne would be glad to pay anyone for any
trouble they might be to to secure any
of these properties it they will kindly
address him at Farmdale, Fla.. telling
him where they may be found or other-
wise assisting him to recover them,
-The work of repairing and restor-
ing buildings, fences and other proper
ty wrecke& by the storm is progressing
as fast as circumstances will permit and
as soon as private property is made
safe attention will be turned to repair-
ing and rebuilding the sidewalks and
bridges, and in this connection it is
pertinent to remind non-residents, who
hold property for speculation that it
wai be eminently in order tfor theou to
cne forward with liberal contributlous
to assist In meeting this unavoidable
expense, as, :n the absence of a town
incorporation this must be met. by pri-
va e donations from many who have al-
ready sufferedgreat loss by the visita-
tion. A most forcible *objeet lesson
taught by the storm is the necessity for
the immediate incorporation of the
town, village or city of St. Andrew, in
order that the public damage sustained
through any future providential catas-
troph may he borne proportionately
by the property owners and those sub
ject to be called upon for public work.
Who will be the next one to. make a
move toward incorporation?
Woands, Braises and Burns.
By applying an antiseptic dressing to
wounds, bruises, burns and like injuries
before inflammation sets in,.they may be
.haledo without maturation and in about
one-third ,the time required ty the old
treatment. This is the greatest diecoverv
and triumph of modern surgery. Cham-
berlain's Pain Bami acts on this prince.
i0e. It is an antiseptic and when applied
to such injuries causes them to heal
very quickly. It also allays the pain and
soreness and prevents any danger of
blood poisoning Keep a bottle of Pain
Balm in your hemo and it will save you
r time and money, net to mention the in-
convenience and suffering such injuries
entail. For sale by all medicine dealers.

-ee.-also- pamphlet telling you how to find
SuI i you have kidney or bladder trouble.
.lenfon this paper vhen writing Dr. Kilmer
?& Co., Binghamibn. N. Y.
Don't make any mistake, but rememl-er
the name, Swamp-Roet, Dr. Kilmor's
Swamp-Root, and the address. Binghiam-
tou, N. Y., on every bottle.
Death by Bontinu.
In old England, before the law waa
passed which prohibited "cruel and un-
usual forms of punishment," murder-
ers were often condemned to death by
boiling. In such cases the victims
were chained in large kettles of cold
water, which was gradually heated
until It caused the flesh to drop from
the bones. The last English victim of
the "boiling death" was one Rouse, a
cook, who, It was alleged, had killed
seventeen persons.'





in 1878, and built up by tLa late L. M. Wale,
ughly Reorganized under New Management
ficits the Patronage of Old Patron g
, of the Trading Post. and of new ones as
Siarantees uniform flir and courteous treatment
to all.

W e P y the Freight on all Goods except Flour, Meal and
Feed to an Pjbotuffice on the Bay.

Wr ever Disapoint Our Patients.
,lO ttiUee witkoutt at kntf ror bo ete Varicocela ertth0
E 0 l a or detention fesrownt buds"ei Oot Sious Blood roI
aro neiT Wt lawso n mers or mineraVl mo itr) M oe Manr
t'gt 1 slw8 of the Itatt of Georgia fot the treatintoe cre a
voeU and chronic dis..aee. Drl. K. the founder
\tmis Ultntton, Is the cb(M consaultlf speollist, being assistM
r a tsaf\ of eminent physicians and furteons.
WOurauo0es8in the treatmentof chronic diseases ls unsusps-
ed; we use both medical and electrical agencies.
r offices are equipped with al the galvanic, faradle batter-
W lea, X-ray, violet ray, a;nd Finsen ray.; in fact, every eietrical
eontrlvance know to the medical profession. Oursanitariuvart
modern In every respect, and e employ none but the beat
trained and efficient attendants, regularly qualified gradualMB
andlicense4d physicians being in charge.
We employ no misleading means to secure patients and
patronage-no 0. 0. D.'s or aunm sed for literature are sent ot
by this instutton. Our terms for treatment average from 5.00
to $10.00 per month, (medicines Included) and we give the assur-
ance of a care within a specified time.
BiSTM. CHRONICDISEASES.we Tccsfullyreat ad
such as Kidney and Bladder troubles, Rheuuato e ,
Rupture .Lydr-oceLo Drains, Losses.etc, Dand all F Privt
cum DiseaSes, Tumora and malignant troubles, Vatarrh of U
Noeo, Throat, Head and Lulga. Diseases of 1ye rand E, .
NO K M 0 D. hronlo Diseases of Women, seoh as Displacneini,
I- w0 eN P.a"m1oTs. Unnatural Discharges, and suob weaknesses of Women.
tAoSan rrepgvdingyour condtloD Inf you are sick or aflleted. On requet i* H
W rl nd you ur llterasure. including symptem blanks for home treatment.
DR. KII i MEDN7AL 00...rt is.e"'.s,. Atlanta, -
I l1 AL00iiJ. act n o:a lllllM

- -~-' -

Generanr-T Merchandise!


Cooking and Heating Stoves.

Sewing Machines and Needles!
Pumps, Furniture, Etc.


Burial Caskets, R.obes, Suites, Zto.



Ke11ira L MupRliandisel

Ory GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries!
Corner of Washington Avenue and Bayview Steet.

I Pay Cash for Goods

and Must Do a

Ready Pay Business.
This is in My Patrons' Interest as Well as My Own,
yourself of This "iuih.

C. E.

Strictly Cash ort

Call and Convince

Brackin & C0o,


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For Men, Boys, Women and Misses. v

XEVtas, for Old and Young, es x-r 1

Special Attention a IlG gW l a ^ g ^ p p
Special Attention All Goods Except Salt, Grain and Feed
Given to ..
WiDelivered rree !
Mlil MrsrI ,,,,At any Postofi.e Ihart on the, ,ay.,
a a r&"rr'. 'si^v's ^' a .. 'i .. "siB yaiaa

Agency for

American Steel & Wire -00-Ay thing ol Irnu.
Perkins' Wind Mill Co.
Woolsey's Sest Copper Paint.

No Trouble to Show Goods, But it takes the
Cash, or Its Equivalent to Buy Them.-

IffiRipmMAN N i~

miVX3i illsLe, El,.

Manufacturers of

Roiig Dressed aid Dimension

Yellow Piu Lmiber.

Dealers in General Merchandise,

Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and Feed.

The Kiingsh ere.
Many and curious are the legends of
the kingfisher. One of these is to the
effect that the bird was originally a
plain gray In color, but upon being let
loose from the ark flew toward the
gettingg sun and had its back stained
)lue by the sky and its lower phimage
;corcheo by the sun to gorgeous hues.
the dried body of the kingfisher was
mnce used as a charm against thunder-
bolts and moths, and it was hung ip
so that it might point with its bill to
the wind's quarter.

An Impression.
"Now I have an impression in my
head," said the teacher. "Can any of
you tell me what an impression s?"
"Yes'm, I can," replied a little follow
at the foot of the class. "An Impres-
sion is a dent in a soft spot."
Badly Put.
Fisherman (beginner)-Don't you
think, Peter, I've improved a good deal
since I began? Peter (anxious to pay a
compliment)-You have, sorry. But,
sure, it was alsy for you ,o. improve.



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up-wwwarm-imi-eien uracRuvs store ii

One fact is clearly established, that, St. Andren i Bay, in the direct track
of the storm, is the safes'. and be,.t jiarboir on the ;ulf of Mexico. Had ev-
ery U tited States merchantman *nd war vessel ,een moored in our land-
locked harbor, not one need have suffered had 1', ier guard been kept over
them. "- ., I
" Probably as great a loss as tlieoBay count nstaime.l will be in the
schooners Lucy IH. and Cleopatra at Peiainlanti-lth first named being
sunken iu tho bay with its load of freight, and Hie Cleopatra. also loaded
with St. Andrew freight, aground away up in towi, with two smacks be.
neath and one on top of her, as reported here., Even if it be possible to
repair and float this vessel again it will d)oubtliss cost as much as it is
worth to do so, and Capt. Otway Ware will be a heavy loser.


Over-Work Weakens
Your Kidneys.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
SThe kidneys are your
blood purifiers, they fl'
ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
If they are sick or out
of order, they fail to do
their work.
Pains, aches and rheu-
matism come from ex-
cess of uric acid in the
-. blood, due to neglected
kidney trouble.
Kidney trouble causes quirk or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidney-
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin-
ning in kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
mnd the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized. It stands the highest for its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
ind is sold on its merits f-"
y all druggists in fifty-
:ent and one-dollar nsiz-
s. You may have a l f
.amnle bottle by mail n,.. ,ao....m....nat

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Thursday, Oct. 4, 1906.

4agar, Vlb Tea, 9f b
Granulated ..... 6V HeNo.......5
Coffee,A ...... 5 Gunpowder.. 40
Lt brown..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.40-60
0ofes, Cond milk, I can
Green.... 12@20 Unsweetn'a.10
Arbucklei1b12-15 Sweetened. .... 10
Miner snapB 131b25 Baking powder
3rackers,soda.. 10 Royal....... .. 50
rolacce,plug s0a60 Campbell...... 10
Raiptins Canned fruit
London layers.8-15 Peaches.... I0a20
Valencia...... 8 Tomatoes.....Sal2
ltie ... .. 6 Apples ........ 10
Apples Pears ......... 15
Evaprated... Plums......... 121 Plums.........10
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot...... 10-20
3ol Oil prgal.... Strawberries... 20
4-suline" .. 2 Pineapple .. l 0-:20

- ~. i j r - -
lonuey.......... 15
7imegar ....... 30
Cnees pr Ib.... 18
8ulter. .... 25-35
Oleomargerine.. 18
iard ........ 7-10
Docoaiut pkg... 10
Jelly, glass ]0a1,~2
Lime Juice ...... 45
X'ggsper doz... 20

Roast Beef... 12
Cornted Beef. 12,L
Chipped Beeflfl-J5
Lobster..... 1'2
Salmon.. 10@15
Canned Vegetables
Baked Beans... -10
1'eas... ...... 10
Pumpkin...... 12

flour Pork
(fiar of S'th)t, 2.35 D. S. prlb ...... 1
Obelisk ..... 3.25 Bacon Sides. .
Cori MealprbuT70-O Fresh ....... 8anl(
Oat Meal pr lb... 5 Br'kf'stBac'n 16-22
0orn per bu .75a0H Ham canv's'd 15-20
Potatoes Shoulders..... 11
Irish.... ... 1 40 Beef
Sarly R'se seed 1.60 Corned .......
Sweet.... 60@75 Fresh.. ......811
3alt,pr sack... 1 .00 Dried......... 2
Table ...... 5 Milk pr qt...... I
flails. per It,4/a5 Ax,with handle. 7{
Galv wire do.6a(i Hoes, each ....35a50
auilla rope.. .9alJ20opper paint, can 5(
MUoves cook,. .$8a25 Liuseed oil,gal55@6(
Pipe, perjoiut 18
Prints, per yd.. 5a8 Checks .......5a51
Sheetitgs .... 5a9 Flannel ....... 1-a4(
Muslin....... 9all Thread per spool.
i-ans ....... 15a45 Shoes, ladies.$lia2 75
IC tra pants pat 2125 Men's... $1 40a300
Hty pr cwt..75al. .5 Oats pr u ....... 6(
3rait ......... 1.25 Brick pr M.. .. .3 00
lope Sisal ..... 7@9 Lime pr il...... 7
ragess pr doz. 45 Pecans pr i..... 1
Apples........ 15 Walnuts ......... 21
1emons......... 20 Almonids........ i1
ti shell prl,000 1 .5 Opened pr t .. 20.
Ifurses... $50a150 Cows....... $15a2
Mulese.... 50a$175 Hogs ...... $3to $4
'sen. pr yoke $65 Sheep........... 2
i' IU I.rltY
3 ickens eaeh 40,.t) 0 evse each. 45a5t0
" rk .ys .... 070al .1 I)ukk. ....... 2,a50!
r Csh Saltl
Mullet pr dou. 25c -illet pr 1,1bl 5.501
Trout..... .... Ti. ait........ 5.50
Piumpano pr lt.. 6 Ponp.a.o ... 10.00
Sturgeon ...... it Mackerel .... 8.0i0
F,'loorintg, Ceiling.
thearl, ti.n..$14. 00 Heart, 1j .i ..1t..$ .O
Face 12.00 Face ... 12.0(1
S4p 1 .. 10,00 Sa.. to 10.0f
lrop sidii'g, Claplboards,
Heart lace Vi"ll 14.00 Ij.imni. 'Lt...*12.(1I
.1a 1 00 Fiuishing luIn-
Bull inmber.. R8@12 ber,d.. $12@.15.00
3ar r.hingles, 1.50 .,Lath, I n .... 2.411
s a .50 Boat lunimber,
d .ed ....$20

LucAs CooUNTr.
Frank 3. Cheney makes oath that he
a theseenior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co. doing business -in the City
of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of ONE
HLUN DItED DOLLARS for each and every
ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
tie use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
a. P., 1866. A. W. GLEASON,
( [SBAL.1 Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and ats directly on the blood and mu-
sons surfaces of the system. Send for
estimounials. free.
Sold by druggists, 73c.
Take tall's Family Pills for constipa-
IVhe" tlne Site Preached.
"Dle iirc:,'h. ;" vu.-:.'t f(ellu' good last
ln.'t't. : a ;.:; v ;i' b(e nl:'de de stove
*tlade" I d, -' ,ive { i- .i -
"Yes: nuale It rllIhat fum top top
bottoi:u n" denl tol' he sinners ter take
i gKoei I.-`1 at it aIn" g.3 ter thinkiu'"-
Atlanta C,)un.[itution.
"'I have been i:anrrlI e twice, once for
Iove and once for money."
"Are you satIsfled ?"
"Not quite. I should like to try mar.
rying for a Uttle of both, If I may."--


If you hawen't a regular, healthy movement of the
bowet every day, you're ill orwill be. Keep your
bowels open, and be well. Force, in the shape of
vlolemDphysie or pill poison, is dangerous. The
smoothest, easelst, most perfeet way of keeping
tibe bowels clear and clean is to take

Pleaant, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good, Do
Good, Nevor Sicken, Weaken or Gripe; 10, 25 and
50 cents per box. Write tor free sample, and book-
let on health. Address 433
SrtagRmtedy Company, ChlcageorNewYork.
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Special report to the Buoy.
Last week's stunu broke the
seemir-oil sethler- .ay that tide had
not been as high iluce thu, stoli of
'66. While it really did not do luuch
damage up hear it makes lots of work
cleaning up the rubbish. It tore up
most all the waves and did some
damage to the ways, which will be
repaired at once..
L. C E. Springer left, Tuesday
last, for his winter home in Wewa-
E. Z. Taylor and family did not
get away la~t week on account of the
storm; but expect to leave as soon as
the roads are fit to travel.
A. R. Pe'rcival fnd son, Frank
were in from the Lagoon Sunday
and report a mighty high tide but
nothing serious, some of the fisher-
men's boats up on the hills.
K. N. Fox has his motor boat
launched and in running order.
The finest sweet potatoes we ever
saw at this ti uoiere raised

by U. M. 'Mashbnrn o is pia
some of them are as large'as a good
sized bowl., Mr. Mashbura is a good
farmer. knows how to raise the sweet
potato right, also has some fine
looking cane.
We keep hearing bad reports from
Pensacola but hope things are not as
bad as painted-any way, one hopes
Miss. Ebba Hasselborg came up
Monday for a short yisit home, return-
ing Monday night on the mailboat.
'Thc weather seems determined not
to clear up, even after the blow-out.

Special report to the Buoy.

0 About the only damage the storm
) did here was to float the wharf and
mill slabs and lunmb-r. The water
did .not come ut) to the lower floor of
0 the mill nor warehouse, nor up to
5 Allan's yard, but it covered tho new
c concrete foundation for Thos. Allan's
' L M. Ware's skift boat lies right
side up with care, on the hill.
.John Beadnell & Co.'s new brick
yard suffered considerable daniage.
i The wind took the drying shed down
. and the water destroyed about 8,004)
green brick.
4 At present we do not know the
amount of damage to the crops; but
it is to be hopled-, t is not grcat.
Everything is moving very slowly
hore at present for the want of labor-
e o'. Houses are at a standstill for
0 the want of workmen-so many of
the men are fishing, including C. 0
Allan, one of the mainstays of the
sawmill who wanted a change and
made up a fishing crew with the DA-
vis and Kirvin boys afid went to St.
Joseph Bay. They passed through
the gale with very little damage, al
though the water was nearly two feet
deep in their camp. They were oamp.
ed at Shipyardi Cqve, where their
sailboat rode at anchor in safety, al-
though rough, while opposite them
boats were wrecked.
An Awtui Cough Cured.
1"Two years ago our little girl had a
touch of pneumonia, which left her with
an awful cough. She had sells of cough-
icg just like one: with the whooping
cough, and some thought she would not
get well at all We got a bottle of Chain.
berlain's. Cough Remedy, which acted
like a charm. She stopped coughing and
got stout and fat," (writes Mrs. Ora Bus-
sard, Brubaker. 111. This remedy is for
sale by all medicine dcaiers.

BSmall Tommy, being reprred by hi:
mother for si)uie mitli:t. 'l.howt.,l l,
,li'-ile.alure In Mirs fir-c.(
"W'hy. Tom1u1y.." said "arLw't you asbahllid to lul.te t.11 'e.a ,

"Yes. niamnrr." replletd the little febi
ow. "I tried to ilugh. but my face

Mrs. Kritchott-Brhiiget, I don't like
the looks of that nman who called to see
you last n'ght. Bridget-Well, well
:ain't It funny, mnia'amn? Hle said the
same about you.-Philadelphia Ledger.
His Atm.
"What will be your chief aim now
you are in congress? asked the Inter-
"To stay here," answered the laconic
young stateammi--Exchange.

For Tax Collector.
W. B. Gainer, the regular Democrat-
o candidate for Tax Collector, having
served the County in the capacity of
STax Assessor and served several terms
as County -Commissioner, where he has
had the immediate inspection of tie
Tax Collector's books, ie doubtless at
east as well qualified to fill the posi-
1 ion of Tax Collector as any man in
tWashirngten County and if elected the
people may depend upon his killing the
pssi ion to the best of his ability and
according to law.

Cleano" and bautifies thle hahI&
Never leilS to B ore o rie
Hair to its Youthful Color.
Cus s calp disease & hair Uig.
6Oc,sind$l.Oat Druggists

Special Renort to the Buoy.
Many long faces are spen along the
b:,v i ,o1t, as nil whio ihad imnl,rove-
in1hotls aloug thel after froLnl are
heavy luseis by the btorm. Mr.
Spicer, at Ferry Point, had his
wharf, fence and sailboat all landed
up in the brush and a rowbeat smas!.-
ed; the Day wharf was landed high
up on the beach; Mrs. Siuilh's whaif
is all gone except a few posts; F. W.
Hoskins, who had just repaired his
wharf a tow days ago, has it a total
wreck; T.J B. Maugher's wharf was
damaged the least of any along this
beach, but it has its back up in sev-
eral places. Ecker's wharf is all
gone, also Messrs. Bailey's, E. S.
Kinney's, E. Mosher's and Forbes'.
Mosher lost about ninety rods of
fence, ard the fishermen have all
sustained heavy losses. Damages will
run into the hundreds of dollars along
this slarvely settled coast.
No lives were lost, for which we
have reason- to be profoundly thliank-

Robt. Studebaker picked up a sail-
boat named Stella, on the outside
beach, which the owner can get by
proving property,
Mrs. F, B. Studebaker, and T. J.
B. Maugher are on the sick list, but
their many friends hope they will
soon recover and be about agaiu.
Half a dozen fishermen came in
from St. Joseph, Saturday and were
taken across the bay, to Millville.
They report a rough time at St. Jo-
seph, during the storm, and claim
that the fishermen there lost nearly a
thousand dollars worth of fish and
fishing tackle. Some lost everything
but their own lives. Two sailboats
were wrecked and one launch had a
narrow escape.
Human Nature.
"That fellow Spinks has excellent
"What makes you think so?"
"Why-er-he's always asking my
opinion about things."-Louisville Cou-
Alaska's canned salmon output is es-
timated this year at $10,000.000.
It Sounded Bti.
"Bragley's a publisher, Isn't he?"
"Not at all. What made you think
that ?"
"He told me he wnas a disseminutor of
light literature"
"Ah, le's a bill clerk in the employ
of the ga v c upauy."--hliadelphla

Mrs. R. A. Brackiu and .h,
ew, (Cens. Neiss. returnedL
Tarpon, Snunlay, frio ullt
Aik., wh e l-e they welt. h1 .
find imupreveuienit in thir-
but in which they failed to uu
factory improvement.
Miss Nettie Rose left oi0
pon, Tt.esday evening 4 -
Tallahassee, Fla., where he
tend the West Florida Fern
J. D. Forrater was juiied
F. and the remainder of hi
last Wednesday, and they ha
possession and are occupy
Ecker property on Loraine
which Mr. Forester has rece
Mrs. E. 31. Rockeaead ret
the Tarpon, last trip from
sive northern tour.

Blood Poisoning
results from chronic
which is quickly c

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te for-
-ill at-
e Sem-

y Mrs.
bg the
ly pur-

ried on

owning germ from thie sis n-
fuso new life and vigor; cur r stoi-
ach. nausea, headache disbs ant
colic without griping or disco ort. 25c.
at A. H. Braka s.
4HeUaose After Nighi
There Is one kind of ve le that
neither the oldest nor the gest it-
habitant has seen on the street at night,
or, If he has seen It at all, y Infre-
qutently. That is a hearse. E ry other
kind of conveyance used b modern
man is driven abbut the stre freely
after nightfall-the hearse al t comes
under the curfew law. Eai y hours
seem to be Imposed upon th somber
carriage by common consent, he pub-
lic doesn't like to see It after urk. and
coachmen don't like to drihe It. No
doubt there are hearses that .re com-
pelled .by the exigencies of frteral ar-
rangements to come home at inseason-
able hours, but when forced to an in-
fringement of the unwritten law they
proceed through quiet streets where,
they will be least likely to Wound the
sensibilities of the superstitctus.-New'
York Herald.
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Twentieth Century Bookkeeping,
Shorhand and Business Penmanship
Write for Full Iuforration.

FT !

We Have Mae a Bew Deopartliri!

The increasing demand for our
through the State has been so great that we have decided to iltaliis a
IM:JAI3L, 0:D-EMI4 ]D'iaP .-A.:Prr'1&M T*
to our businos. !The greatest precaution will be :aken in filling he orders,
and all goods will have our personal guarantee.
Drop Us a Postal Card, and we will mail you free onr iannilmone
Pro p.-ctus, which is fully illustrated with pictures of the Buiiding, the
Bottling Department. Store Rooms, Offices, Stables, etc., which fnlv demon-
strates the facilities for handling our enormous business. \M will also
gladly send you our PRICE LIST, in which we offer some exceptionally
low prices for standard goods. Address all communications to
Department L. JOSEPH ZAPF & CO. Jacksonavie, Fla.
610 to 640 West Ba st.



For Years it has Been
Guard of a Vast NU

S It is the embodiment of tl
Sjs a law known to human science
-f *W Sconcentrated the experience<
greatest scientist of the .4ge. A labor of love for humanity,
No agency for health has so many faithful frieuds-none othb

bO many..
OXYDONOR instills new lif into he system; regenerates,
aleN. vitalizes every organ into the proper discharge of the fa,
which Natnre intended them. Its use brings vigorous he'tlthij
physical activity that makes life worth living.

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he ltli appiiuess to sufferers from Rheliimatisnm, (Iluflmu
uilar, Sciatic) Neuralgia, Catalri. Hiay Fever, Asthma, owec
Blood Diseases, Typhoid, Malarial and all Fevers, Female Coinn
Diseases of Chiliren.
Write for book -Grateful Reports" containing illusiratious,
reports from many well-known people.
Avoid Fraudulent Imitations. The only genuine 0A
has the name of the ORIGINATOR and INVENTOR,
DR. H. SANCHE, stamped in the metal.
Dr. H. SANCHE & Co., 61 Fifth street, Detroit, Mill.
S489 Filtlh ave.. New York City. U
67 Wabash ave., Chieag, Ill.
2208 St. Catherino street. Montreal,

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Factory on Bay Front, near Washington
Is Prepared to Build Houses, Launches, Boats.

Factory Equipped with Engine and Modern M,

Mouldings, Coffins, Stair-Building, I

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Does Yoiur

Heart Beat

Yes. 100,000 times each day.
Does it send out good blood
or bad blood? You know, for
good blood is good health;
bad blood, bad health. And
you know precisely what to
take for bad blood--Ayer's
Sarsaparilla. Doctors have.
endorsed it for 60 years.
One frequent cause of bad blood is a sluggish
liver. Thisa produces constipation. Poisonous
substances are then absorbed into the blood.
Keep the bowels open with Ayer's Pills.
a.e... Tog M t ["e.
AB Ao manufaoturerv oo
We have no secret I We publish
the formulas of all our medicines.
Male Birds Lead the Way.
When birds are migrating the males
usually precede the females. The rob-
ins, for instance. which are seen tarly
lu iyur.uL WWII
which apparently traveled on before
fteir mates. The female birds follow.
p>rliaps because they are not so pow.
erful and also perhaps because they
'ike to take their time oud gw slp w;th
out another. In the fall the nale birds
itavr f rst-the old ones-while the fe-
nales travel along together with their
sFung, solicitous for their welfare and
still training them after the fashion of
mother birds.

A Polite War,
A little boy, with an interest In the
meaning of unfamiliar words, said to
his mother, "What s the meaning of
'civi.?' "Kind and polite," answered
his bother. A puzzled look brooded for
a second on the boy's face. Then he
said, "Was it a kind and polite war
that was in this country once?"-Pa.
citle Unitarian.

A Young Mother at 70,
"My mother has suddenly been made
young at 70. Twenty years of inlente
suffering from dyspeppia had ent r ly
disabled her, until six months ago,
whcnshe began taking Electric Bitters,
which have completely cured her and
restored the strength and activity she
had in the prime of life," writes Mrs.
W. L. Gilpatrick, of Danforth, Me.
Greatest restorative fiedicine on the
globo. Sets stomach, liver and kidneys
right; purifies the blood and cures ma-
laria. biliousness and weaknesses; won-
derful nerve tonic. Price 50c. Guaran-
teed bv A. H. Brake.

ok. gee is hereby given that I, Viola
Brooks, guardian of Kate Brooks, a mi-
nor, will apply to Hon. Joil R Wells.
Country Judge of Washington Couintv,
Florida, at his office in Vernon, said
County and State. on the first day of No-
vember, A. D. 1906, at 10 o'clock a. in., o'
as soon thereafter as petitioner can be
hoard, for permission to sell at private or
public sale, for cash or an credit, as thn
said Judge may order, all the right, title
and, interest of the aain minor, Kate
Brooks, in the foelowing described tract
or parcel of land, situate in Washington
County. Florida, to-wit: The north half ot
the northwest quarter of section one and
the north half oftoe northeast quarter of
section twe, all in township two south of
rrnge fifteen west. VIOLA BROOKS,
As Guardian, Aforosaid.
L. McKINNEY, Attornew for ctitioncr,

Laud Office at Gainesville Fla.
Sept. 10, 1906.
Notice is hereby given that Isabel
Smith widow of Eason B. smith, de-
ceased, of Westbay, Fla., has filed no-
tice of her intention to make final five
year proof in support of her claim, viz:
Homestead En.trv No. 33132, made Nov.
12, 1903 for the ne of section 8, town-
ship 2s, range 16w, and that said proof
will be made before the Clerk of the
Circuit. Court at Vernan, Fla., on Oct.
24, 1906.
She names the following witnesses to
prove her continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
D. G, Hood of Caryvlle, Fla., L. H
Buchanan, sr.. ot Chipley, Fla., LaFay-
ette McKinney and W. W. Vinson of
Westbay, Fla.
W G. ROBINSON, Register,
WilEditor's fee paid.

Small-:Cottage for Rent,
Corner Wyoming a.'e and Wilmnot at.
Apply at Buoy office.


e..wF. -.eunce.
Cheaper than wood. Will iat a lUfetime.
i gSt Awards World's Fair, St. Ltl.14. 1.

Ovr 10 oaMit os l Iroa Fne a hovsow Is m cow
see as1

St. Andrew, Fla.

Skiff for Sale!
Almost as Good a-; New!
May be seen lying on the
Beach in front of the Buoy Office.
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A traveler in Greece tells how be
took shelter during a snowstorm in
the mountains within an isolated mon-
astery called Our Lady of the Defile:
"We looked and felt like scarecrows.
The monks piled high the wood fire in
the guest chamber and served us with
coffee and the liquor called masticha.
Nicolai, our boy guide, would not par-
take. He stood In the doorway far
from the fire, smiling. Once he laughed
outright. I was seated upon a couch
supported by what I Imagined to be a
heap of skins. Suddenly they moved,
and a corpulent, black bearded monk
slowly rose from beneath me, rubbed
his sleep dazed eyes and started
around. Then he placed his hands
dolefully upon his stomach, sighed and
asked a question, of which the inter-
pretation was: 'I am ill. Is there a
doctor here?' I offered him a cigarette,
and when I added a quinine tabloid he
sighed again and said, 'You place a
burden of gratitude upon my shoul-
ders which all the years of my life will
be too short to remove.'"

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The h J.'iles of t iha*, of horns and so long that a wo-
Map's f.ace appearedl to be In the cen-
t4e of her figure. The clergy condemn-
ed them and threatened the wearers
with perdition, but for all that they
were wtorn higher than ever. At last
a strolling evangelist at Paris promised
absolution Io. all who would destroy
the bennins, and the mob went to work
and wrecked the headdresses when-
ever they appeared In public. The hen-
nina were trampled under foot and
their wearers Insulted all over Parls.-
'Scores of lives were lost in the effort
of the cavaliers to defend the henning
from the rabble, but in vain, and the
enormouss headdresses disappeared,
some other feminine absurdity taking
their place.

A Preeise Amewer.
"Lawyers are supposed to be the
nost literal minded men," said an emi-
sent member of the bar, "but every
now and then counsel In course of prac-
tice will encounter witnesses who can
give them points in the matter of literal
answers. An Irishman was called to
testify in a damage suit arising out of
the death of a man 'at the hands of a
bull,' so to speak.
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ceased, Patrick Flaunigati, was your
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Court Terms.

A court of law is a reminiscence of
the time when justice sat in the open
courtyard, and the "dock" Is from a
German word meaning a receptacle,
(while the "bar" Is a Welsh word mean-
lng a branch of a tree used to separate
the lords of justice from their vassals.

His Revolution.
"Speaking of revolutions," began the
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ure in one myself once."
"Somewhere Ini South America?"
"No; in Massachusetts. I got caught
In the shafting of a woolen mill."--
Philadelphia Ledger.

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sOmetimen One May Be Diseov*red
Wheib It Does Not ExIst.
A joke depends almost entirely on its
environment for appreciation. Lots of
our jokes would fall mighty flat, I
guess, in Zululand or Siberia, Just the
same as the funny stories of those
countries would be a dead weight over
here. Every country has its own par-
ticular brand of humor, and to appre-
ciate it to the full you must have been
born in that country or lived there for
many years. The Laplanders appear
to us to be a pretty solemn race, but I
dare say they have their little jokes
about the quality of the oil they some-
times have to drink, and other subjects
interesting to their mode of living.
In every country, too, there Is a cer-
tain percentage of the people who
couldn't see a joke however broad it
might be. There are humorously dull
people in Ireland as well as humorous-
ly bright people in Scotland. Why,
some time ago I received a letter from
an Irishman saying that he had read
all my books from cover to cover, and
he considered they were the most se-
rious things ever published. He thought
most of the stories would go fine It
they were dramatized and put on the
Itags In the form of trngedies.
As to the British seu-e of humor be
Ing L-ss kf-.,n thin the American,
there's nuthli in 11 -. ... I .I - n*

weneI at% Just as qukljriTi'B" a joke
us we nle-.sonetiLues a good deal
quicker, and I know I never want more
appreciative audiences than those I got
in London. Why, they'd start laughing
before I began, and when I'd come on
to the platform and look at them in a
solemn kind of way some of them
would double up with merriment.
Sometimes. however, anticipation is
a bit awkward-as, for instance, when
a humorous lecturer being unable to
appear his place was taken by a min-
Ister who wished to discourse on the
evils of Intemperance. The audience,
it appears, was not informed of the
change (there might have been a riot)
and when the good man came on the
platform and stated that his subject
for the evening would be the curse of
rum those present went into convul-
sions of merriment. The more grave
and solemn the lecturer became the
more the people rolled on their seats In
ecstassies of mirth until at lnst the as-
tonished divine closed his book with a
bang and retired. Now, I dare say In
that case the real lecturer would hard-
ly have created so much amusement as
did his substitute, wiich proves that a
humorist with a reputation has some-
thing of a pull over the unknown man,
though the latter may really be fun-
nier.-Mark Twain.

Origin of the Fairy Cinderella.
It has been said, "Not one girl in a
thousand knows the origin of the friend
of her childhood, Cinderella." Her real
name was Rhodope, and she was a
beautiful Egyp'Ilan maiden who lived
670 years before the common era and
during the reign of one of the twelve
kings of Egyipt. One day Rhodope
ventured to bathe in a clear stream
near her home, leaving her shoes,
which were very small, lying on a
bank. An eagle, passing above, caught
sight of the little sandals, and, mistak-
ing them for a too'th-ame tidbit, pounc-
ed down and carried off one In his
beak. The bird unwittingly played the
part of fairy godmother, for, flying
over Memphis, where the king was dis-
pensing justice. it let the shoe fall di-
rectly at the king's feet. Its size, beau-
ty and daintiness immediately attract-
ed the royal eye, and the king deter-
mined to know the wearer of so cun-
ning a shoe. Messengers were sent
through all the kingdom in search of
the foot that It would fit. Rhodope
was finally discovered, the shoe placed
on her foot, and she was carried in tri-
umph to Memphis, where she became
!he queen of King Psainmeticus.

uis Substitution.
"My son is taking algebra under you
this term, is le not?" remarked the
^ fond father to the new Boston High
d school teacher.
S "Well." answered the pedagogue,
"your son has been 'exlosl-d' to alge-
'a-a, but I ,doult If lie wilI t:l:e it."
" The case of the youth was not hope.
r less, fr'r must nlunitutlos now pi-mlit
- substituCton.i. A writer lu the [iotrtou
- Tran..rlilpt rer.-ali a youih who had not
studied astro:iuiny, blut Ihad take
G (ireek history. A suI.stitution was
granted. Hie had not studied trigonom-
etry, but he had received outside In-
struction In practical electricity. The
* substitution was also ac'.-epted.
"But." said the principal, "you do
not seem to bave taken moral plilloso-
Sphy, or anything I could regard as an
, equivalent. [low about It?"
'That came, you remember, in the
I spring term, when I was out of school
I ow account of having the typhoid fever,
and I did not know but that you would
'Let me make the substitution."
.-'The effect of typhoid fever is excel.
i rent on the system, but the pr&lpal
-ronid- not Iew itL ujbtM emtUR

Tb. WKrn Week.
Views of life are apt to be tinged by
surroundings and circumstances which
may be merely temporary. "Your son
is of a cynical and pessimistic turn of
mind, rm sorry to see," remarked the
supply minister to Mr. Lane of Center-
ville, with whom he was spending Sun-
day. "I deplore that tendency In the
young men of today." And the min-
ister looked sober, even severe.
"Well, now, I don't worry about
Jim," said Mr. Lane, thoughtfully ca-
ressing his jaw. "You see, Addle Piper
hasn't fully made up her mind yet to
let him know that she Intends to have
him and not Lon Howe. Soon as he
gets his bearings on that point and the
girl settles down a bit, there won't be
anything cynical or pessimistic left in
"You're here the wrong week, that's
all. Lon Howe had this Saturday
night. If you were going to be here
next Sunday, you'd notice a consld'able
lightening up in Jim's views. His
mother and I do every other week."-
Youth's companion, -
Making a Job of It.
The firemen continued their exer.
tions until after 2 o'clock, by which
hour all the damage that could be done
was at an end.-Newcastle (England)
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Dissipated Iomnaus would spend
whole days In the bath, seeking relief
from overludulgence in eating, and
drinking the night before. Everybody,
even the emperor, used these bath..,
which were open to every one who
chose to pay the price of admission.
It was not usual for the old Romans
to have baths in their houses, though
at a date 1,500 years before that, or
3,500 years ago, thb noblemen of an-
cient Greece had their dwellings sup.
plied with baths of terra cotta.
An Eye Opener.
"How does your father seem to re-
gard my coming here?" anxiously ask-
ed Adolphus of little Bobby, while
Miss Maud was upstairs getting ready
to present herself.
"He don't care nothing' about it," re-
plied Bobby carelessly.
"So he has no objections, eh? But
what did he say, my little man?"
"He said If Maud had a mind to
make a fool of herself, why let her.'-
Pearson's Weekly.

The Result.
"My first husband," she sobbed, "was
a kind, gentle man. always consilder-
ate of me. He always let me have my
own way."
"Yes," growled the second, "and look
at the result."
"Result? What result?"
"Why, he's dead!"-Cincianatt Post,


It In Rapidly Beeoming an Apartment
of the Past.
The American parlor is a thing of the
past, according to architects, says the
Cleveland Plain Dealer. No more will
there bS a room reserved for state oc-
casions, such as the receiving of form-
al calls, the visit of the minister and
for weddings and for funerals.
"We never take the parlor into con-
sideration any more," said a Cleveland
architect recently. "The parlor Is
merged into the living room. 'The good
old fashioned parlor, which was held
)n so much reverence In the'old days,
has no place In modern architecture.
"The demand is for a large living
room in a small house, together with a
dining room and kitchen. In a larger
bouse there is usually a large living
room, library, 'den,' dining room and
"I had a client yesterday who desired
to have a reception room or parlor not
connected with the living room. He
decided later to have a sort of recep-.,
tion room In connection with the hall-
"When the parlor idea began to lose
ground we did not make a radical
change, but reduced the parlor to a
small reception room, isolated from the
others, where formal ,-alln cudI bLe ir
celved. Now we aiuke noe provion
for th? parlor.
"In tlic-,o days ,jb? r'c*cepton rooi






Fitz with surprise.
lffcrent from other girls," he
mournunlly. "You never know
is going to do or say next.
Aitf she ev(-r found the man she
Io marry and he didn't ask her
xud propose to him. You say a
or me, old man, and maybe she
e her mind about it."
ht," I said and started for the
1 -dinner. If I had been left in
-. could have translated a few
ages of that Latin work I was

I should have (figuratively of
fallen on my face and wor-
Claudia Whiting the moment I
r I don't know. That any man
elp adlorng her after he came to
er is Incredible, but I think I
before ever she said a word to
couldn't be because her eyes
e bluest I ever, saw or her hair
isunshine-I suppose a poet
describe It better-or her lips
the roses she wore in her belt.
y since that dinner she told me
Wig about affinities. It may be
ysterious word holds the reason.
we talked of Is vaguely remem-
I know that I walked home-
arrying with me a vision of
t seriogsness, for that describes
,as she appeared that day.
I turned the corner, beyond
_gre my lodgings, I saw Fitz-
a my gate, his broad back to-
e. I remembered my forgotten
and fled Incontinently, i
-t face him. Later I stole into
*U like a thief in-the night.
day I went to call on her and to
ay peace with Pitz, who had in-
ved me that morning. She was
f-ardea, and I stated the object
nill at once,
j, kuew him'better you would
ite him more," I said and
id-forth at some length into his

-mat mi
ture 114
But 1
corn pan
shiver i
pop ars..
"Do g
S. at .
For tr
was a w
dia unni
asked ir
favor e "
linits tc
nmakn hi
h.onora h
than he
She v

She ha,'
kn,'w itO
toltl t ,
with lau
poking t
way. Ti
when wi
and she
tilgs, u
noon In
T'it :t a
fi il'n'.'t 11

interest a young cren-

bled on, lost in her sweet
hip. till the sun suddenly
-ut of sight. and I saw her
the breeze that stirred the
ihel I rememnibered Fitz.
e him another chance," I samV
rily as I rose to go. She look
seriously, but made no a

greater part of a month FitM
from town, and I saw Clau-
evt'ry day. Before going he
promise to say a word in his
ry time I saw her. There are
bh. duties of friendship, but I
because I felt that he would
a g'ood husband. He was an
ma-n and had more money
new what to do with.
s such a bewildering little
was Claudia. At the first
'he was so -sweetly serious.
.old me since that she was
to death of me because I
uich. Fancy it! The day she
"'- h, she was bubbling over
htor, and I suspect she was
at me in her Irrepressible
on there was the morning
walked together to church,
talked so quietly Id there was that last after-
Lie garden before Fitz came


-y it was the hardest of all to
ir'elfi And rwunau'.br e Rua.


tF'ialtcodd-'-Ih pitches of sn.


voice nre very ansiniar. lu 3as'd I people
such as the Frrnch or the Brahmann un
India a boy bel'itis to differ from a girl
very early Indeed. Their faces seem al-
most different types Their figures
even at twelve could not be disguised
by any clothing. Their voices are ut-
terly different."
Mixed Feelings.
The little girl who, after a drink of
soda, declared that her nose felt as if
her foot was asleep has evidently
grown up and retained her happy
power of expression, for evidently the
young lady mentioned in Punch is the
same person who drank bubbles when
she was small.
The young woman was traveling in a
coach as an elderly and somewhat sour
looking man, in trying to open the win-
dow, pinched his finger nail severely.
"Oh!" exclaimed the lady sympa-
thetically. "How horrid! I always
think anything wrong with one's nails
sets one's teeth on edge all down one's
back I"

There is a wide difference of opinion
among the learned men of the world as
to what would be the effect of wholly
removing the atmosphere. Some think
that If it were possible to live after-
ward all the stars, planets, etc., would
be visible In broad daylight. Others de-
clare that there would be no day and
that the sun itself could not be seen
under such conditions.

1ith Claudie's


Copyright, 169M, by E C. Pacells

the doorway Fitzgerald looked
at me from in front of the
I looked moodily at Fitzger-

refused me," be sao.
got to go to Mrs. Whiting'e dto-
nodded and threw himself heav-
a chair.
wouldn't go, you know, after Mrs.
g's niece refused me, so she had
le up you."
red at him, then Jerked open the
s to me, in the Interest of hu-
you might have staved off
d proposal till after the dinner.
t to take Misa-Whiting in. What
say to her? I'm no society

i;'tUALWmWi W lelt tu eu1l.'uees ot my
heart would creep into my words little
,pots of color would come and go in
:ter girlish face. I scarcely saw her
'yes .that day, the white lids drooped
vo insistently over their blue beauty
At last I pulled myself together with
the thought that be could do so mucL
more for her than I, even If she couk.
bring herself tb think of me at all, anc
made my last earnest speech for him.
She frowned a little, then she smilec
and looked thoughtful.
"I think I shall have to teach you to
rmad poetry," she said.
"Will you?" I asked eagerly.
"Begin on l'he Courtship of Mllet.
Standish,' then," she answered amn.
ran, laughing, up the walk.
"I did the beet I could for you, Fitz,"
I told him when he returned that even.
MAg. And I rehearsed the last speeczi
in full.
"What did she say?" he demanded.
"Why-she didn't say anything tu
that She told me-or hinted-that my
education was deficient because I ha.;
nlra-B-wleage orfpoebty, and sne itot
me to begin on 'The Courtship of Mlle.-
Fitz looked at me mournfully. "That'r
my finish then. Have you read it?"
"I was just beginning."
Fitz walked heavily from the roon,
.and I took up nmy new Louf'lllo'w..
Short of statutr he w(ia, b.t strongly
built and athletic; j
Brown Uaea t*

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oX-ede l. t 1 i: t oi,- a ie.-- wais txti.n
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The loser consoled himself with the
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the opinion," said the.lawyer.
Artlet Zlem'a Queer House.
Ziem, the artist, was a queer charac-
ter. He lived in a house at the top of
the Rue Lepic on Montmartre. His
house was his castle in the literal sense
of the word. It was difficult to obtain
admission, for the painter had an up-
per window out of which he always
looked when the bell rang and Interro-
gated his would be visitors. He had a
basket which lie let down by a cord to
receive packages or messages, and heA
slept in a wonderful' swinging bed.
His house was a veritable museum, iI.
luminated Persian manuscripts being
part of his collection. Some of these
were worth thousands of francs, but it
was impossible to persuade him to sell
any of them. In place of a newel post
on his r.lairway stood the prow of a
gilded gondola, and, closely immured
in his studio, he painted pictures of
Veijce and bade defiance to all who
came to disturb his peace.

TO C-.. r Hf U Uniy IV- 7
opened on the oc-n-.Tou of the r-kit of
the family milni-tr or the p]hyiciOa."
There may be many who will regrce
the jpn-flug of the old fashioned coo-
try parlor, w!th all its memories of As-
Itors, courtship and occasions wIlch
left Impressions which have not ieen
eradicated by the strenuous age qt to-

The CQueer System That Exists ln the
Sinai Peninsula.
In the Sinai peninsula trial by ordeal
Is still practiced. In all criminal cases
where no witnesses are forthcoming
the judge, "el mabashaa," teits the
suspected person by fire, by wtter or
by dream. In the first the judgo places
an Iron pan in the fire until it istredhot
and gives it to the accused tol touch
three times with his tongue, It marks
of burning are shown on the tongue
the accused is pronounced guilty. The
theory apparently is that if he Is not
guilty the moisture on the toniue pre-
vents It from being burnt; If guilty his
tongue would dry up from fean of be-
ing discovered.
The test by water is described as fol-
lows: "The 'mabashaa' sits yith the
accused and the spectators in a circle
with a copper jug full of water placed
in the center. This jug Is then made
to appear to move round the circle by
means of witchcraft or hypnotism. If
the jug returns back to the judge the
accused Is pronounced not guilty, but
If the jug stops opposite the' accused
he is pronounced guilty."
'his description is rather wanting in
detail, and it is difficult to know how
a jug which only appears to move can
be a trustworthy index. In the test by
dream the "mabashaa" sleeps and sees
In a dream if the accused is guilty or
not.-Chicago News. -

Famous Baths.
Marie Antoinette's bath, which was
prescribed by her doctor, was a com-
pound of aromatic herbs mixed with a
handful of salt. She took It cold in
summer and tepid In winter.
Later on Mme. Tallien had brought
every morning to her, house twenty
pounds of strawberries And two pounds
of raspberries, which were mashed In
her bath of warm milk and water. An-
other preparation used by the eastern
women is composed of barley, rice,
horrage, thyme and marjoram boiled
together and then thrown into the wa-
Ninon de l'Enclos took a bath every
eight In which there were salt, soda
and three pounds of honey mixed with
milk, all well beaten in tepid rain wae
They Held Theaters, Temples, Fenat-
lUg Hlllai nnd Libraries.
Thle uiaiiet riornii were extrava-
gzantly foud uof batLiua. They got their
uitioui about tLbo bth as a luxury
from thi Gri.-.ko. uAd at one time there
\v..re na-.irly i,. sI public bathing estab-
l!irnt'iu!s in Rowm, come of which were
tbo must Ifeautiful and elaborate strue-
tures ii the world.
The baths of the Emperor Diocletlan
coved'cd more thau half a square mile
aud contained, besides Immense basins
anui tboii-.irnds otf uirble recesse, the-
.:tors, te-?iples, halls for feasting, prou-
enades planted wl:h trees, libraries,
schools for youth and academics por
the diseussious of the learned. The
bathers sat on marble benches below
1ho surface of the water, around the
edge of the baslus, scraping them-
selves with dull knives of metal and
h ory and taking occasional plunges In-

Pretty good descriptih,.a of ".':i:'.
thought. Not exactly patches, but th<
were certainly threads of gray. I re-.
on tiI the speech was fila'ihbe tV
egoti:.ticai words cf Mile s taoaii.
then I bowed my head iL shame a..
anger. I had talked steadily of myse,
and my work, but she had led wm o-
She had no right to call me down
tomorrow w I would go back to n
cabin and fort,,t. -"t yet I :
should alwi ya romebier. I wi
brooding when Fit? cameo back.
"I dwn't biamie you, ci. :.iu,'" Ih
;an. "Probably you'll Imul, her bh
pier: but. Lord, look at my mc-v!'"
I bli bked at bhi a;, heo setii ;<_o
"Neat way she hb-1 oif ;ri:;.,i :
ters to a focus," he went on. p'ck'
up my book which lyV f:. .; aa.-.
on the table. "Why, Curnae if 1 .
live you've read it all!"
"rye read aou;.h," I !',1 -.'e'_tr
ly. "I read wh-it rhe thi:,i:. .f :n."
One ;-nuent tb-t !>,we Fit:. -<-
at mne, then iv v-.-i.-. of ..F .'
Efnve n t' ?be gf'- t o- t!'O t [',I.i;--n;
mn to mndPrsc'i'1sd th'-t ny (":1,: i;a; w
'nljl'er'soiall lf l 5>e i i' m ] rith:'u :- '.1 i
-her inmn'oti1rl spoi-cL, "-Ti4y (-,. y
speak for y.tfo.r;y J';'-
Anic to t,,h L; 1 :,r4p1.
I' it!-7I-rn I stupid

ocn, but she did not -a-r my .igioc<
Sho wna on tipton, try,'!u to re,'v
rose whIch swln !ng o e Ir ,'
"I have cone to speak for nv.,y~-
Claudia," I said.
The (enar b.zndis ceased fi'-:ni th,
quest to hide th iii-h..:. o:' h-cr :w"-
fice. MIr girlish form t-r! a''1
"Yot think mo ll,!" she e rio d at,
prehoe ively,
It wa ctuch a glorious affiOr to pr'o '
to bl'r jv.ut what T did think <- .,*- -"r
It took a lori time. And ?th'. "he -t
plained to me about c.tliu!liti--

Sowe P*Iiny Sspe s-.c
An Irishman who wias v'er- ill. wlho
the physician to!d him th-t hbe n u-
prescrlbe an eineti- for him, s t'. "Im'
deed, doctor, an emetic wt!l never 4d
me any good. for I have tatn --"-vn.-
and -could never keep one of them upor
my stomach." An Irishmnn at ear-1"-
on inspecting the pool and flndtin it
deficient, exclaimed: "Hore i4 qMilinhf
short. Who put it In?" A poor Irtsh
servant maid who was lh-ft banded
placed the knive. and fIcok its-n tt -
dinner table tn tLe eausa awkward
fashion. Tner marnf rormr.-, that she had pl!c e them :rt! leWt hb-.od
ed. "Ah, true, tndoed siY," ', s.ikl.
"and so I have! W'Wl yoI- be ptelseae
to help me to turn thb tl: o?"' I ovle
and Yelverton. two einl-m"t membt- -
of the Irish bar, quarreled one day so
violently that from hnr.- words they
came to hard blow. Doyle, a power
ful man with the fist, kaool'ed down
Yelverton tw;.-. O':',ll n -rg, "You
scno nnc'rel, I'1! ri '(o yi'e ;.n-s h~ev y ur-
self like fi ,rntlh--T.n"' T-) wl:ih' Yel-
verton, rl-.lug, r-piiled, with vqulil ludlg-
nation: "No., l--: never! I defy you!
You could not do It!"-London Specta-

The r-o.er n:rrumnnu.
OPe v'ho bL..i. i'.k''i I'rmig them says:
"The Birmlans ftre a primntlve people.
They are' v '--- "-'. y : p. p'e. There
nre crTidn n'.a-'ki anu- sii .n by vbwhic-'i
physlolog1i.-s -in determine the relative
youth or a:e? or' r'in One of these is
the physic:l t)ih:T--r,rtj.1'- -..n between
boys and gLrls. In early races It Is
slight. As tih- rne- graws old It dc-
velops. If you drc.ssal a Tlirmin boy
of eighteen in a girl'. diess or a Bur-
mese dri of the s:ami- ,e, In nla oy's
dress you coul1 nujt distligilsh quickly
truea frtarn faol se i We 46nd Am-4 nnA.

I ~~~~~~~ At the~ Panic___ ~ t in~_Ahn ~_ntha rin n n ,_

*fLf-lr-du i wN.eiW arru and whispered:
"Ltrd. Nun, basnut tbut gal got a
purty hide?"
Vwor a Canre.
"Yod don't imealn to tell me that you
have nai-,,yonr baby 'Ananias?'"
"Yesn ii,- answered Uncle Ben.
"Dat's his name."
"But Ananias was the most untruth-
ful man in history."
"Dat's de reason. We's gwinter put
dat boy in politics. We's been namin'
children 'George, Washington' fob
years an' it didn't do no good. Now
we's winter try do other teller."-
Washington Star. ?

sentflla4 TrG.
Scotland Yard, widely known as the
headquarters of the London police, is
a historical place, said to have been theO
site of a palace where kings of Scot-I
land were received when they came to
London. It is near the banqueting hall,
Whitehall. The Scotch kings retainedi
possession of it from 950 till the rebel-j
lion of William of Scotland. Milton,
Sir Christopher Wren and other notea
bles lived in Scotland Yard.

The following ndvertlsement appearH
ed in a prominent London newspaper
Want-el -Experice d business woman
as m.,ir _. rr.',.-, fl,, rwalkhr,a upervisort'
not necessarily c-xp ri-nced In halrdreeIa
tIg. but must be 'r l, reliable and born
about Sept. 22 : r
-Harper.' Weekly.





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might talk about me.
strange she refuses me,"
modestly. "Of course
Y tat? Look at


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peculiar graces and virtues. Claudia
listeneD, and when I had finished she
leaned toward me, smiling roguishly.
"And didn't you care about coming
to see ie? If it had not been for Mr.
pitzgedrld you would have come any-
way, wouldn't you?"
To think that she should have looked
straight Into my heart and discovered
my per "dyl I almost let go of my se-
cret. almost answered, "I came be-
cause I love you." And this on the
second eetilng.
Then because I must talk, and there
were s ame things I must not say, I
began asking of myself--my college
life, m4 falling health, forcing me to
live for"years in the pine fortqts then
when ny" health was restored how the
woods tlil held me with their soli-
tudes, a that I was unhappy and inf at
ease In society.
"I h 'e quite a pretentious cabin
there," said. "In it are my books
and m violin. Back of it flows a
clear Bs am with trout waiting for me
to cate bethem for my breakfast Noth-
ing Is acting there to make me en-
tirely c fortable."
Mvy grew hot, for nil at once I
retlirt, there vr.aa a want-a vold-to
be fill That If I went back to my
cabin i w it would be as lachuing as
the bod whose soul Is not within.
"I w born aud bred In the woods.!"
exrlal Claudia. "'Tbh stars look
closer d bigger thau they do In the
cities o the lowlands. 1p there In tlhe-
mounta s are ferny nooks and man-
zanita; here is water cress which
makes e hungry this i.nnuto. Oh. I
know a ut thb woods' Her blue eyes
were s !hg like the stars of which
she spo -.
Then asked me about my books,
vnd I bhr of my publl-hedl onez
a) t, ain cMtemplutiou-dry oldI
to iihould 1 have snrunno !

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(AI)1,. pe ll lrb, i i ,l..i I h 1 T-, J. Fml p r..l H
g Mr 10i #.) -r b.... Wc ll .L.I l r ,u 'F. r'T p- .ai.dur
Swh..i. r ,..i 1 S- 'iit'. ir2u-r ,1, -, S l*i I.F l r r -r

Sold at St. Andrews Bay, Fla., aT

-"y "tie Pull Bench.
A story which used to be related
y3-irs ni liadl t( do with an Incident
whic<-lm h'i;-.';.nd nlu Sierra county, Cal.,
the pi-Irnfep.li actor in which was Judge
Senirls of the district (-ourt.
The .t1 *; was on hi- way from
Nev Cida to P'.umus county. At Downie-
vrlle there were two young lawyers
who had agreL-ed to argue a motion
when the jidge arrived. Then, as time
Wan- pr' -ing d !(] t,)th lawyers were
also gJ'nig t) P'iuma ;, it wans t-cided to
ride filo!:'t- :-nd cui-ty on the argument
by the wvy.
U'p thi' rt: .e i.l from [lownleville

Or a-li &hac-h bialvOe. X r wr lts "I can tiny
they lo oall u tclam for then. Dr. S. M.Dwwore
Dra It 1 1 -411 11 ,0 0. i j tk -burg Tenn ., rr@ F
ojuior su .54 ipT s' a mp r.e old

Sold at St. Aldre'cw s Bay, Fla
At Dr. Mitchell's Drug Sh~re.
F&Call foi- free Ham ole.

Two Ways of Puttling It.
Two gr. o. p 0, i'.lr:-)iis w rle seated
in a railway sftatin. necotritin. to Lip-
pincott's Ma;gazine. One consist-. of a
fashlonab!v attired pair, the other of a
pair who looked as If they were from
tbo country. They had been there only
a few minutes when a girl came in
whose complexion W as ns oarly per-
fect as anything In this worli ever Is.
While she was buylug her ticket the
young man remarked to the ladies with
"Isn't .Mi.ss Cransford a beauty? Her
.orupl.:io:i is as rperivet as n rose."
SAt the Fame time the Ither mane,


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