Title: St. Andrews buoy
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 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: September 5, 1907
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00107
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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OFFICIAT DIRECTORY.

U S. eul toli'- l st district, S. i. Mail-
hory. l- eiw ;.a l;a; ".' d i.' itt, .t. l1.
Tali if -ro. .l ack-onv llt'
Represt'ntativealst District. S. M.
Sparkmain, Tampa; 2d District,
Frarilk Clark, Lake.Clty; 3d District,
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
until I tlie- Ie gi.iter, \V. (. Robin-
.-in; liecetlver, S. Cliubb, Gaiues-
.llAe.
gtate-Governor, N. B. Broward; Sec-
retary, II. C. Crawford; Treasurer,
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, %VW.
H. Flliis; Comptruller, A. J. room;
Superintenident of PuLblic Instruc-
tion, W. M. Holloway; Conithusito-
er of Agrieulture, B. E. MAcLn.
Stasa Senator, S. W. Clark, blouuts-
town.
Washington Coitnty-Representative,
'. 13. 1. L: ,ittr,1' Vnnoln, County JuJge.
l j R, Wells; Clerk of Court. CoLiny
MHfcaa-^ ih.n --n i irA riKntrifil&- w\. *C.


- Lo-eY;. hei' 'f C Ga. C.A11e, ver-
non; DeputY, C. Danford T
Collector, 1a. (4ai4_n.r. Fel fina-
'-ea.surer, H. t. 'iile', Venon;
Tax Assessor, J .1 \\ 1illians ,lip-
iy; Counity Superintendlent. B.
(ainer. Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Collins. Vernon: County ConM1miS-
ioners, Fir- Dtrit Levi Yat':-;
Ti -)it rii'.it, S. D t, ; F nirt h Dis
ri- pl l'. N IutchloNiln: if lh l al t'
,1'. I 1 ,s.il,'lc-' r, .tI i l thil

Seace, lllmlOlLS, A.. I- Br ltke
.i. amlons, A. \\ A. ublier, Sr.,

r. AI. Grills, I. I. Brake;

a t II at.L \--1- ste", '
i \ i c -ll t' tlitst'r, .is
h.t1it' of tLhe pea-c-, l NI.. Harr'ii:,:


i 'at'-t l*.'st nia ler l I. out lhl

all:vay--Postaiaster MN. N. Carlise.
lu--i' 1U astI r, A. w Alal.
lS.Gi Li'.

stL Bay-PoStoIaster, W C olley.
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l.oulk;1iS.u- lila.tr, ,iiiry. romP-

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tvA Bay x. pt S- nd y at 3.1i
o hLit-K i I. I. a ) ,u\i.r s .ery i. y ed-
it'll SiU.lIy ia 7.1 p. -
The itny l iu. ila i 6 n i, Mi l, 'sl ldk-
( r,,iuntO l.. i r ..rl>,'r, 2l l sluu rl t'f : ,
G yi, 1..q.}fc .aid and: l '' 'ti. up a5rt .
lit UI'tll. l11 ,'

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iti Sunday School every u'.
t. lodist Epikeupoal--Uhur-h Was sr"
higton an e. ;iCilL Lhetll.1l t st U S Lu3d:'y
school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday.
liov. F". W iinelii..n. DoLtoIr.
.'r'vshyl rian li-- hurlc] c 'orier l.oraln
Ave. and Drake St, Sunday school
Hat :30 s. im. ei-ry Sunt i. y, to'il
Stur lio-, Suipt.
Ul'i \e. and lFu'oster St.


Parker Lodge No. 142
H'. & A. -
(. ngula n t' on i ii ai-t
s'x"* / / ,, ,'AI1i,"l1- lilt t ulr' li'

t\ in each lintitii.
S' Visitinlg lirothelir
FRATERNALLY INVITED.
II. E. PA.LMII., W. M.
D. W. NIXON.,Sucretar '

u1L.SINESS liKltECT'ORi.

W. A. EMNIONS,
Nolary
i' -iit' for the State at Large; has
j iristli u-'i to dttiiii.isterl' oaths, lake
allidavits, legalize acknowledg-
ieniits, ete., iinyvwhere lu Florida.
Sj''ill A v'ynne's and marriage ceremony per-
fornid four laNvfull.i qualillied parties.
Ottice tl l te Ituoy llic:t, St. .Audrews
ia;y.
A. H.. iH[AKE,
N otary PitlilTc furt', Sate at large. Of
(Ii< at, SLt't', cori' .r' of Jrorainou ave-
liU.- ind ii C iuiiijili it. All Notarial
work --'licited and given prompt at-
tI2ilt IO[. ,

[ L W- G. -l'lCH---LL.
!'hysh.iau ialid Druggist, CuotmiereC St.,
vast of lIayvie'', offers his profes-
Esional merli4_es to tilhe citizens of St.
Anit'-ews aunl vl'-iuity. Residence on
ti-lia Vlisia ave'uue-.

DR. J. .1. KESTER,
Uuluoetopuatlic ihiyshian and Accou-
lhieur. OthTie P'oneer Drug Store,
\\. 11. ['AILKElt,
Nul iiy i'iilie for ilthe State of Flor-
ida at iLaige. lic-t. at Parker, Fla.
ti.oJ 'i unai.-.g aud payment of taxes
.11n iiiiii ri'v-AIdii'Sl special|:es.






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Chiesigo r-ecordteralld.


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
AT ST. ANDIIEW, FLA.
One 1)0ollir.l Yeiar in Advance.

E ilered sept .1. '2, nt 1t. .\lmirt-n,
Fla., ai.a- sI'icoli.J l:a-,t in.tllr. unlder
A oI ul t'oiiar i-ps Ilf March 3.1, lA .


WILLIAM A. EMMONS,
I' it ) P I l I T oR .

Display ad. rate-;, 5me. lper. inch per
month. tPoi.-ion anld extraiordirntry
conditiory/ at's subject to special
aitrernmi.-nt.
'Local Drift."' ic per lino1, rii't inser-
tan; 2 i24 ,-.tih sub--ique t. Display'
locls. d ul li? ll ab)O c! ra ite-i .

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tended to tipify the religious-lites of
tlh ancients. And still it is elainmed.
a, ale a civilized unaliii.
Doli'e 's invasion was a signal fail-
tire-it i'emains to be seen how the
"Juniperi" will succeet .


Y uiilr c1 r,1 i ,VIIIILideAt a v na uI. a thet
ullice of the (Gui-iia GiUainis G le'i le
45 Broadway, tIhis '.eel:, and sa %
tL.ere son ieof the plioi l cl td by the
woniderfiulI new diNcovexiy I'1 inidig's -
tiln and evcey one was outspoken in
its. plri' ez 1einti free fion ldrii u .
aind iiot a diet, Ullel-erCr are 1ih,'ng-
i ii the ile atnd being l e tiOil.
11. \W FLi I v.,.

TARIFF AND
PATENT MCWOPOLY.
Thieie novel v ai, a day- i i their hi--
Lii' iil utii l pioducultill in thii-
0c,1 litl v \ lien 1 I 'er 'i-eit. of tlthe ei-
li'rgelrnutt price of c'itluil ilii"N, flOIl
ki .,_t La r'. YetL tlh JL .LLJ i ll( 4al


Ti'mes-U'nion: A simple conrbina
tion of acetvlete gas a-nd- oxygen nfur
uiishes a fiine in l'hiicli steel melts
like wax and the safes lie oper. to ev-
uty burglar possessed of the new tool.


I'Thilu way the iinnil"
explosives. The ',i' '
and tlio sale hu1lu;: i nI
wilt l the proce'si.,ia. I
nIl-yv safety fnI the v.a '
.Suirrounid it" with gl;'l ..
with electricity.

THE ROAD OF
."A THOUSAND

An exquisitely beautilui
7-1,t inch pages. cach I
ated with engraviougs :n
il in llie highest stlvelo
Lie woeiletlul fi'eeiesl
.\ngeles, _.'alilornia arnd
egoli aleliong the rShasta
ti.eeli i,. Ju j ,iki_ i


San F 'ra i i -, aI'
re ,' -/
ail l this is Ctt mainly "
odiliol ot o lthie ltiouv Ih


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> iC he mi 'i y Mi Ie [t l .1i I ,i .. l i...g i ,a-l' I
s- W. i t i tll.is tihatt soi"oMl ri n l 1 ,' I \'. g
L '".1 up lh:i It ill tthe IIi i. I l. l i't l i' ..i
lie Il'ni h tI e lie that E ind, l tlihe :invighte!i .I ilit
., i II
i- it'lli. Ily bhu c of Let to the nii(:uhl :t n .I
iint'"light iL rho governl iiliit .. lI i ie :iii. i .t
ti i t h 'l ,iii l t. t n!' le ,ilti i -, i l lth > I


th ,ell i. 'i lit? litlcl' ,.W. '. !ih lt. o. i ln -
NONDERS.
,,,il'."l of "7-t t,. bt w .n i si,.. ,,I
i. pi -o al t h l lale lr, toi I l in i could \ i.' ll
wie illn iiin- -i n n ithia., in h ii C ne -t
lors, riiit- ha i ,t .i i ,, d 'l'y i t .. t
i show ing '' lalu i si solt, (?ret, i,, l Ihe il*.*l.l .
et\ R veil Lm .in b th bid lus Ime'n il il.ghl ir u hit
..l> t eliev-to1 1 0 thle light, .aind il
h als i -it vver there as 3 Vl h e '.iinipl.
ik ^. ... .: :. \ ','..- in\ ', ,,, i. i il% a. the w': bil -e_.un
ti- J~ -L .j- _-. ..- .... .


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jil lO C11I it i rS it"itTCnD rWurnr
.Ll b
ti- three extra ntmillII i w :i .. .: i
you that na bri'el LIt;r i,'''.e i should
j'U cho liO e } t O \e'' .

OUR NEW YORK LETTER.
C oil .' ,i iJ,'nl .: ,l t i Id(ti. 1 y.
Editor ltiii : N -ew Yik is lit I,..
inilv ed by the '"li, ly .It1ii.per'." The
sect i li known as lio "Penltee 1it .
lnioi i.' It lholtd. an icle. if iiit.'lirp -
ralillni Uniill the C'.-lor.ilo state l.i' s
.and nhas tiiulisanls of niien' iaei'ra t1
w\\'tt It li\ e by filth alid I irn-e-ch
agzaii.-It the e'vil of the .ldav, ti It:-
"IIis ,ion, the lhi Cdia s .' la .li .
The leader is a Illin iiniun.-d ili,'
eCll an.1 h1 it, ,n.) I ',, tih u llt it e -,,h1
his ,>i.lI : **T he C'in ?- 1' il e ",1.-1
.110 1,? li te \ii h f:il l, l i nl i i h1.C ,i Id
hill ing paitlt.-t-llio uiiiisiitiis lua
'rckle tIo those \lho pay ihliem tle'ii
salarines, until tliiy nto loitger Ia-tve a
shared ,of spiritit-l inid jiepentlence. I
they preach thla truti thov lose their
,i tiiion.s."
e- have ino; salaries. God opiro-
Si'le.I for otir ,wants. WV,- will preacki
inll New York against the short coian-
ina.- and will sing of the day and will
dainCe undoubtedly. While thie danc-
ili IS n ot, exactly a part of ourrit-
uial it altracts people to-hear xxhit
we lti'a, : to say." i810 Ie-' tl i'aill,
L i li.i, \V, si y, \W hil it-1', I ,',Ity.
I, iiiiiI ll Il i ,l dia t eiple Irfullu ih .*
i.i~l..e n lt- i l s 1 11t1i '_ igine il ;1i g ,1;i l
it? 'g. niei:le I 'oadvwav; tliey ii\,.
il.'ciil.'l to hold their nir ,i'it gS in the
hlealt of tlie "tederloimn" section and
hilnd1eds of thoinsantids of papers will
halt, listen, pass on, as tiey usually
d,>; somen there will be who will ac-
cept the new form and join the ",olyv
Jumpers, just aL tliere were in the
days of ]Dowie. For follies, New
Yorkers .-inuilt be given tlie palm,
Her, no. nmatteri hiow ridiculous, tlie
betrogeneous population always fur-
nisihes some food ,fo a iy freakish
fl ov ni't' l'lt .
The "Jumpters" will preach, dance
anid siiig right :i thie heart otf ihe
city. Theio invading zealots are to
uiilinbu r sixty niale and female. JBe-
tween tiieir thumpingg" wlhifll in-
cludes every nianner of step from the
de.tvish's whirl to the sailor's horn-
pipe, they will warn New Yorkers of
idestruteion that is bound to come in
tlie shatope of a pillar ol' ire. They
will Judeavor to interest the people
ot the ciiv, anta if successful will es-
tablish here as in Denver, their pa-
rent city, a missionary (?) school.
Tiiey will rely on their jumping ani
dancing, the men in bloomers and
the women in blue flannel .skirt., to
gain th t town's notice At' any stage
of tlie "lilol ,lliplsi'lt' meetings, t0ie
rn.slir;atiloni to dancell i likely to b0izc
I!te illernibei '.
With a hlinout uf joly one beginl,S
olheilrs Iiluw. Perhliapas tlie iii'l
"'iimoved" begins by wailing around
the ling. Another joit 'iirn; they
grasp shiouldlers and the waltz liven
into a movement like a very rapid
two-step. Then they stop, face each
other, and whirl like dervishes, end-
ing their performance by juniping
high in thle air and somnietimes half
turning before reaching thie ground.
Excited by the'dance, singhig and
shouts, others join. The women skip
about like school girls, seizo and
drag each other into the circle.o By
and by the whole assemblage is
whirling and jitnpiing and s-houting,
but the womeii neverdance with the
men, The whole performance is in-


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177T. ltoi t 4 I ,lit e'vytI'limg Ilh' hplailei
,.i thll lahoilter iln hi i ctill, i t'li'll hadi
Io [.-y I' ,r Iphl w-, et'rapicri, hliiav 'i,,
r"e l e hile ailbe 1d \\ii,,, p;in:ilg, gin ,
*oil,,'i-,.,il. Inill niua.'hluein clotl iirng..
i. ii'gar, small- in lfact evely iiia liifwo..
li l l, IlllCet. 'ThIe 'tamlle is 11 li.'c
,i li'r- :il otheli-- litdiuci'i y9 ceplt
InahtI I tilu'l niii '. SI li I ini" ltI-II /i"c(l iIer-I
l t2\e i ii lild till hI..n j .*i n 'lih y li.eiha
i .i l llit liti iir i :i i lit. n t i t ii l I ,I .' -
Iet' ioni t. liie ,i l tIhll e llth i[ eight ,,i
I te dle ,o te.l No t ln,,l,,.u ]i,.iil.
te ai ll. i .I t i .i i; n .- I '11 a it i s ,n\\ l
\\ll\ 'Fl e Iilli1 on plai o iii,. 1i isalI
!,i' pal,,ile,! l l in schineilv ,r proccm -,
li,,n 1. 0 !e aboli'l- ed. If t i.s m i.,l
ule. tihlel -Icel t i tI |i i ,.,IIt 'e I.I-- i t'"
% m l.! t ll ii %%()ti lle u ith a i1 l lliol,
,.,ill:ll-, l.;it o ly i llha it i s c,Il:-tltll-
tion secures to it as the valtte ol its
patenits.

FlEbUCED RAILROAD RATES.
Thlequesiion of railroad r-tes, i-
ther fixed by the states on transport-
ation within ithu state or fixed by tit
United States on interstate business,
lilnst eventually collie Ibefirne hlio .uit-
eti States tipreme court oil the ques-
lioln ll constitutionality. Thle press.
ing iksue is whether the rate redutc-
tions shaU go into effect at once/or
by iIi -' liii.n-i issued d by Ith lower
f,-.i:inl clinit be postii.iiled until eachti
'.I L' i.- '.tIc ,d .till tq l d t'it l !.1 y tl,,I

I -i ir iti billg all ta 1;.* ail il
tgeul ill ilh. laaw'l delays i\a., tilt
conte ttioii of the hlri1.-Ceral, \i li,.i'i the
iailrimad rate bill was being di-l-lp.Stil
in .the senate, and the CillleI.''in,
amendment, which-the repiblicar.s
delfated, was intended to cilie that
defect in the law. IRegarding the
same deliln* fiIder state legislation,
the question is one of State-rights,
and whether the reduced rates can be
held up by injunction ot an inferior
federal court issued by a judge in ev-
ident sympathy with the railroads,
when thle natural order of procedure
wouldhi be that- the case shoulti go to
thlie state tnpoi eio court, and thence
to the United States supreme court
In the North Carolina cases the rail-
roads were forced by Governor Glenn
to acknowledge the supremacy of
stitn courts and the reduced rate has
alreadv gone into effect.
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TAKES A DMi AT ROOSEVELT.
"If we could only have war witll
Ja an right now it wonld lot be sucll
a bad thing, as it would take Roose-
velt's attention off Wall street andt
direct it in a now channel, lie started
a little snowball down the mnotiitnin
side, and it gained such prt'poltitons
and speed tliat ho with tile cotlniint.dl
assistance of all lhis admirers and
.u.uppnrlii tilin.11-le to mcii its on-
ward culli.e.' T llh N bd il l"iai11,
uillt at l 'al i-, lh -.', lhei i dity, in .tin
iiiilt' ler ie t ( i ibliic l titm on tle li> itn-
cial situation in Amierica. He a:dl'll:
"Mr. Roosevelt is one of those ii,:1
who must ibe busy at .siuietliing, but
I do not lay the blame for all the
Wall street trouble at his dil nor
at dhe door of alleged overl;apiializa-
tion of cnterprizes. No mian, no
combination of mien can. control tlhe
financial situation in Americia. Only
thie public eAn do, that. After all-,
the real cause of the trouble is the
railroads themselves. They tried to
'hog it ail.' to use a stang phrase. I
do not thi:ik investors need fear a
panis or the loss of their iivestmentis;
th'e reaction is ,ieal) l t, hand, T'he
financial trouble has only01 hartt Iel
who could afford it.''


illyy it lii.t a ey b iile l i e intj li ilt 1.. l,
.,1 l.'i .si;tei. are tlvr-' i c iien in i ( .,
iali i tc tg illielit tIo lii, I 2li it'r lhb' A
li'-luo ig'. T he ii, i'i.i x lie. it, i;
ti Ila 1t lli n ls T he lil of Ij e. i,
im ui-...lnIly liinkpI1 wilh tI he l.i-tL
( '.m ,. a ,d thle i 'pe Inll i n f ,' i .-


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lnoi drawing Io, ni i, lIoc gl'n tllior it-
tables ito be i nrichlie by l e'IB c .Sni -
t l ibtl; to .Soil 1et M.1iila: :ii ', ":ali
F ra 'i-ii t e.., ('.il i l rt'el'eI :; ',,i'
,1 '-A 1 1,111li vl .\ '1" h i,, i, \ r,, -,
ilt.I -," andl tile bul. ilsell i aiihill1
im.lly limcl theu t st.'.t W! the M .ig..i.'.
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LOOKING FOR KIDNAPPERS

A LITTLE BOY'S EXPERIENCE
IN A DENOr THILM-
.\ Nc% \York r. ..1i l t o 111ie i'c ti -
c.-:jl, J .l ll l .1 u; ,A ll" ., :' .-;-. 1.1l il
ienii!k.able 'li s toly l )ld it ..'l c M ilh-
:;el _a' lhla, t; p ut- ,, l ,,l 17 .\ L > ,].,.g.
all. tIcLe hiLu,ji kl. in, i, id ea-..-.. I ,
Ihit i -.at'rvuil y_ ..I c p i t)', lh
N Yw Yoik aild Brotklyt police he-
lieve they have a clew ,.vi the kidtap-
lpe s' deni where little chililcIen are
li.1, for ran otiin.
"1 lie boy has toll! af tiwo uotln'! chil-
,lie:,, a little boy alnd gill!, v h shared
iii captivity, un ili- veii 11 .. ui le in the
darkened room in I lhich it lie a. koot
ait ay from daylight ..iiin lthie .,iinld of
the otleel for iin re llia a ml iilih.
'hllr ty'-.-eveLli dam. *ag L, two liu'Iu-
luired Miehai-l.t 1ill in i1ritii of hiss
hiuliL. hi l'. W- -.s p i- li, g. .M ll
promises of ,.1indy. *l In.- gav li-ii
tin* ule ,','-, l alld ith "



"\\ ove t i'\ci lihe ," hli
sailJ. 'hen tlie tw k i ,1', "ll ip,
inti the roomt ini d- i \\t in i 1
cried they held a In.g ii' l .Ti..
Iie. It liad a bi ight, lie. lThvev
said they wouttlf cuti ilV iii i,- olu t.
Then they told Ilr itn i I .I istip

crying they \\'uiild buin ll f4v ' out.
They cut my liu ilad a4ue it, an-l
other suit, ot clitlies. lThey g.,i\ ie i
thingss to eat i hlI \I wai liiung1\.
"There were two utihr Itl.- chil-
Idren there. One was a little b-.v and
tlie other a little giil. They vwoull
not let us talk to' each otheli it tell
our nanies. E s.jblly calel] II'dr us
except two mien. b '
Thle boy was fonii ilby.a pulicellan
standing on the thiec~t ia:ar hii.- lionie.
lie is still in a dazed ,toi nditli.i and,
unable to i tll 4 c cojlleint sttMol ot his
captivity; but wiLith ti dl lews obtain.
ed from the little lielluU, the police
are certain that, the glig ilii be be-


ons one. Tl ipi,'in g lightly across the
, muid sogg'd piaveoent, she suddenly
c .i..',ii one foot in a tangled hliii)( of
win :ltI p down from the telophtion
and telegraph lines by the ravoagiXig
hiindl of a recent hurric'ae--and st tii-
bled ilpreipit.itely into the arms of a
.,liul fgihant. who supported her valor-
nu-.Ir, till she had blushingly recov\t'ed


litr pnniL.
"'Tlinks.n, awfully.-" ',.h' -"alt "',m
l. .;- Ilini t ,1s4 ntlyi1d m .y life."
"Ya t r froeI :, more i lktlyo.y." lie rI,,f'. T .1
lilting his h.lt. "I iiin uril' eld old I
h 'yI p--,, '0, :,l, ,ain ;a t t!i.- I,.],!it.., i l .-i I,:ii-
lit t"i'''

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sth i,, .. .r s 1 e t. It as
tlie l[us t t \,air l of d:'o," t'O tan
settled tho's,-1f fic r ia tiet afternotn.

wx'old nhot m:hane y nmore afterlnotons
to lounge., hs they would be g-ien over



to outdoor recreation after the trying
hours of the morning. ovte e town clock,



strikinllg aroused her. She tmore i
the last ltter, old love letters they
were1 and to:iedsl the bis itto the grate.
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hail-. ,bh,' t.r,*: ,.'p, in 11 tl x 'li -IN"
Cig,'rly a.lih l -I ii -d lil:- ,',,lt.'llts with
w hih t ndl lII l'.,' 'll p t :ilp -" ''ll from
li'r tuii, er';. .I: ..ti* lo-'ui *.! i,;.:tp v
n la tlt i b lli' )h!. i-u '., I r.lil, ", :A i.. \ ;'-t:
S : Ikeld, I the t rlh 'l'fs 1os.>1. :': iy, t
rt.'. Ik u, i -l. h !-t II 'r., i ;., Oil n :ii. -
shhe hiild I-o,-u ',i .silt --.. h.l I i it.'a

I illi.hx-. o.h, iint n .0r i.,l im-
1-ye+.. Thli sli, p filh, lier;;,,I t,,...tb-
e r shm r wl m ntid ol '.' ,i It ,li II.-; i,'." \\'ltls
treoii liii, fi 'rit- ; e lit' hlli' l outt the
l > i; ; ;i, "- I t.' h.: h i- l, .
','i -. .!-k.s i,'i >\\ -1. L -\' y el-
fi 'rr th, l ';'r. -'-- r iui .'i- to -, ;:in lu ian
tilt-in "? w ili lt.-lul.i- r" i,,!-1. IILi h:..l
i3!',rtinc'l and in i'ltll h .: tl.i.tr iiitl.,
:ill) .-' \.''', l .' r- a it.ilt hi t iio iLt 'otr
t t.liii p t. Il-.-it t ''' r l ih i ii ol:ni y. A.m to.
ll n:iril 1d i, hi v, -,. ., 1n ti1n I r,I II. lI.'o l-

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Ir, i. ,t' i ui l H _..t [j;i;ii ,-. i ni l hit ih l it.
hvr Or",.r ,iId. "k ,,h t h i rl t il'.ic.lru .l. it
wn 'is 1i ,t I (1 r i lih il,.i t l. i R .ird. I li t
t ht ...lhi, .-r l M i,., '.! V t11 .a l i, I 1 ,It lie h;idt
Il .13 ttr. IW*rU.,l ., il l I 1l'.4t. w ',. lt iau )f
a riim ..l, lit i r.',,r ll't IIl.. ht!h.'t L i 'f
li're'.v t' Io a l'ilti"-r strir;a le tio him,
atll h t.--.Imn aLl ah t lii'ti tio l,'ik hi;;
tlhirty-f', .' .-.i r-. %
It "a-I lu .11M .. lnin .,'t IhI:' r.-fiao of
Sell,,,,I. 'Tie dliy %itas wuiirll anid op-
pitn a-;l\'r. nd n l i "z7.l hir,;ez i.' x irallitlowx
Ing. The professor made his any. in
absent wearlies- i tlailiird thi' scr-hi'l-
house, -t',qgpi ri0d on the way t'.p g't hli
mnil from the postotlice. Tb'rlro we re
several circulars in his box nrd lhl-t
breath -til, !Id--n communicntlmn froni
the dea letter CoicO. He brlke the
seal anxiously, an intuitive l]. *', '.,'x,
of what It contained in.il-.ilng his heart
thnump thickly. SrT? !noi.Ll.: "Mi: .
Belinda MIaxw .il, U 'i 'lll,?, .,. 1." -
And this vi. Ahlahana! I"'n-l..t,- l-
ated, blue lal)eled carelessness uni1
stUllityI If llvi:'g in a pine five
years could make one rrp.pn-iMllm I'fe'
an idiotic bill d.'r of this t ''i,. \\liaf
else had he not dine? HIe ';,:l-adl nt
of the p-.t,Ltti,'-' li a daze. .*.11 ,,s
clear enough now. i'Ie ':;lii tetve
received his letter at all,. .Ily I that
wretched, -.ntiil'i.i'l.'tI blank! No won-
der she bh.,l i /*. : lith, .-r. lir iOliwitr
him -n71o v, .It 0,,'. it in the c._ i-.Ioii riir.
he quicken-d hisi f ,' -t.i '1-;. II \:' 'ill
ready 8:20. only ten inilrti:if. l.,t'f.'rt thae
opening f school, but lie ttUr'l l di-
rt'etly'litt) (Ol: street and f,.r i'ull 'i
he hnd ever been'siuch a thiing ;'< pri'n-
l;ial of the Greenville Ifi l -,, h-,-1. '
Ih the ,il .I ., -- ''itr '' of a
!" iiwi'tr lane tailor nlid 'o ii. 11n
.i I his pl t ,! .1I .. ,' ir,' n i
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i. that ar. i l tei tl in 'ill i -iS ,-

1ale aees it h i'toI. i .i. Ii. Ia t'4 C I .- i '-

nilt,. that 111 l.1. fl i w ir inf il'i -
nt.im asi w, l 1 l _tw .,'I n P 'W -
,lin ,. h lt ,i. i. Ie l u l l
W\ i aliI ii, aI' sli,' i, 'i 1, Ii I. ,' 'f Ih li
li,,use 4 l L e I. e .H sm i-I t., 1..' a _.il-
I nit l t i' ii m il i, ,r. a ; i ii-:ti ti a lly
I ..,. k d! tf.ir in the anit i n il t liith hu ni i
S ltte Thltiie that Ii !.- then i
lu, l ie iIIn le io Ie ii ling the -S *ct' I.ih
1 Ih n tlio n ill .i ll i lil-1uld li-i 1111-
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MARYLAND. MY MARYLAND'S
BIG ENTERTAINMENT.
Folniei resildets of Maryland lnow
liing4 il tils state are invited to
attend iher oid home week. Mary-
land is soiililng invitations to ter
sons and daughters scattered -everv
Where to conte to a grand reunion

and is inaking extensive preparation
to give tlieni a week of right toyal
enteitaiuinent when they come. Oid
Home Week covers tlhe dates. Octo-
ber 13 to 19, and there will not be a
mitoleflt of that time that will not

I., i- \ l.iih ll, i11,1 IIIL Slaiif. i.
i la l i l I],
'IIL i .5 CL'lH'al it'l I, i ll n ,.'S *i ii J nlit -
lie, .1 p lia r l itl' tei II1 J .1'il l-
h e U.re U l l ti l n .etri,..: l j..,.',' l i t. a
.i;ip n.l siil it:ilv aiil ll' l l d, i- lny ;
gathi-li g i of patriotic ?.'i'l' ti -'i, a
parade and ball by the fraternal or-
der, a 1bii concert, a i lijiht carnival,
etc. There will also be a special pil-
griinage t) Annapolis on P'eggv
Stewart Day, which lutls in Old
h lli Week.
The visitors to the capital will
have an opportunity to inspect the
magnificent new buildings of the
United States Naval Academy and
the remodeled State House of historic
associations.
The New Baltimore, which lias
sprung from the ashes of the disas-
trous fire of 1904, will not be the
least of the features that will afford
delight and surprise the returning
sons and daughters of the state.
The Honiecotners will have the
benifit of special transportation rates
granted by railroad and steamboat
companies, and arrangements are on
toot to secure fot the visitors tihe
i ivilege of a sine trip to Jaimestown
Without extra charge.
Every former Mar)yander of whom
( le MTaryland IIome Coming Asso-
ciation secures information will re-
ceive a special invitation to attend
the huniv-cmnlii.:g.
Thve. i0 viitatliip ar'e 1 l-ii,: sent
t I iv < v 1.01, 'l i \i V-rLi'lId iiN


ihl,, hatvr i nl''iiialint ii ,d 1 .1e 1iteie-
;il!ni ts ol former ,Iai' Il:inlers are
in,-, to promptly forward ranch
naiimes and addresses as are in their
possession, to the Secretary-of t(lie
.\ iociatich, ('i.l Fidielity Buildid g,
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proFessor and

t Dend Letter.

By Nellie Cravey Gillmore.

C(p 'irightlc, m1S,7, by P. C. Eastment.

I It-lin..l.'s i'tro;uction to the new
pi'ofes.sor was a distinctly unceremou:l-


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Thn. "P.etir: .
1 ;--ip-- \'hi t: y.ru meaa td
q your lii.-ililith .-!ii..l. it Ul. und hed
that '!:; i' -IIl wI ? .-k Mrs. Maloney-
Yes. yer lir-'ii'r. llutI he's only been
ply-i-ill wr.i'-k slhie elie struck me.-
Iii'le'i iiden t.

Discontent Is thel wnnt of self roll-
nrit. it is the lutlrmnlty of will.-E."-T-
soiln


A New Orleans woman was thin.
v Because she did not e:-tract sufficient
nourishment from her food.


Result: :. I

She gained a pound a day in weight.

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I tn \ il i ,, ,;. -i i.: |r if he lii rulII z,
';i,.,- ', 1. I i.t alert. A fhti.r' er\-ii
Belinda ltve him a irh.Iii. smile of
r..' :.;'i and for some reason that
was new to her turned and hurrit-'l
home as fast as her pretty patent
leather covered feet could carry her.
When school opened the following
day, the first person she encountered
on entering the faculty tlall was the
new professor. She 1]i h"O1 to her
ears and tried valiantly to retain her
scholarly demeanor, but the dr,'..'d
crimson showed persistently lliri'h1gi
the tanned cheeks, and her eyes were
puzzles. .
IIardiman made no '-;T'jrt to conceal
his gratilicition, or, if he did, he was
not at all successful. The rest of the
-(-tchers- looked on Itn ;.'.,, nature
inumement. None of them were old
maids.
In a month the acquaintance grew to
intimacy. In two it became a serious
proposition. After three the only thing
kicking were the words and the ring.
Tlie priofe,.,or had at last made up
"'is mind to propose. iM had n,.-;:it
,o re-strain his aldfr til! th'I close of
: 'i- t.rm, but wh", it I o,;-:ii manifest
th:it Ithle a '.r!-:',h I tle iin-tructor of
i.'iNoe No. 4 r4>:e",)i't(l hi-s affection
pr:,!!"n; dU v .- th!r',-'.,n t II the winds.
e sat in hIis iy ii'lbriing. Sud-
dently I cito to ,work i:-: .-. it; of his
reports in horlt,. htt tihor'i le made a point of .never -"li-tliing his
duties for anythhig. Then hqie dr,.w
forth a square envelope and .s-eet f
white ]:';n'-r to i.i, hi. 'This i scenl, 1
to him il.' most dr.',:'t anl iliail wiy
ef .- l til.. rim h i, I -, i i.'ttVetw, tll th lll.
1.10 indl.t \'n-: n r ,.;,irt ..,. t rle-',. wi ~1 un 1i
t'. i ; hl : artini d l ii:'t lilt, ('it'li Ilu uie's
DlK'.-t *'i_.,norail,-i l:i,, in !11 -iid liri li-
1i a17 '' ;:.Is _dto('t>,l'if, i,., r i. nr or ,i'
,ri ;;ii h 'i'.i'y. i. l:''! [ iip,, 1.1 t lii.s lin ,- i
'' i t'illv: i l',- t~ ,,I !ri.-pi-r tin imt al. A ndl
nr,-, tl!! t io ii I I li'r..I;l i hI i.t, --* n t li t,
he ti ':ilnt t iri'; th hin s t, a raipid
tlni h. T"he pr,'..r.---- r w- v t..thli.- If
,not liu,-i slil:.. II'. ri I 1 in a dir.iw-
"r and pulled out a teacher's r0siLmna.
tiol blank. This he put in a separate
envelope and directed both to the dear-
est girl in the world.
The following morning the postman's
shrill whistle brought Belinda herself
to the door. She took the mail ao($*
glanced throncth it hastily, rivers of
scarlet flowing over her cheeks a-' she
recognized Tlnrdlin.in',a finmiliar hack-


hind the basis in a Iew

TIES THAT B
A young woman is
(late and place nut atOi
to be married to the
and a veiy pi 1iu'l iiiliml
Fihe is the thini I.-
iale (len. litzhuigh L
i:d I l.' le alu liiik.d i
01:11 .-li Ei' t l a IIIVt

ithe uill v tl tle li'nte,.
ing Lth i ilik it lituti
Sievelllih cvalai. li.,
L'aieur Mli'ltg'miiei v,
Virginia L.-i It i. a 111.1
liii olilal e It I o ln iiii, bit
a.'i Iil iii 'r 1 U lt-i,.9.'l i't',. I

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,i li, l.e laniml --ihe I
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not n-t- itn i n I .'i i.-I h, i w \-ill
COniC .us' ii'.. ,-, i t'-
right to -', I: '. 1 il i' .'',, r i t 11
you In na Ii i v 'i t i .i ,l11f-
fotent w aysv 5;Qv r,. li 1 -.'r.-....-, \'.,i,
Most earnest}!*, -H x'. if

(.h ig beh t Ii sol it.l 1 ;i :i,,l i.t Ia
she lifted lwci. e; es ': Ih ti i 1 ,?eotl,
n 'lr' ':tl i atf- .' ; t:1 l .i it !:i-t rnmt
ina dinz 0 J(n .
h t !(li!It'''.: *" 0. .
Trh e I,.j.- .- \ \,; .i i r. ,. v.4 -,;' t0iIr l,,
{lhsit ci ht i!aia : ; ;: 0I ," 'I.i 'i ', ", '11
of : I n 1''l .r : ', i.-;I-,yn
and il- i ,i I l:pj s ainid i. .i.-!nhcis foir

This he clpe nt wt !.-ii.da.

Engi;ncr : .ti-n i Conr:
W hy rec : I i i ..------: .-.-r...
as the inaliouin '- -i'r I:.,-,.,*' iutel-
hgli i.' t h. .- \wV look at it .ih o I.' of
St. Geo.rge. Si- VWalt' r : .,-it. w lii-n i ?
wrote of hion ",-' I i I Iiit ["ii
V.t 1'. Ci t I, I t cro-.; i.i:, r ," r w ;I:
uii." 'Lx" antiih :1 .;iin the ji'e'" :-. ,Ir to-
id i.\. P;ut Oltver .< ,', twe'l, ii-.i foi"'
the fir.-t time it t ;i .. 1h-',i ::- l sol-
'-, i; a i'red i. i' ,r' ll did ns
Il.!1' ,i t. i;- ,. I I '. i, r.li '.. r'. '
as .the initaticI T col' Ill-.r ;: -i'"r.-v'd
color li h -, ir, \ -, '. i. ;o. i. .i it
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A WEEK' WEATHER.


Thie fo~lclvtiI tablc record-4 the mu%-a-
iniumr. rmninjiIiiiti ihd tin~iti i tc4'
tUL-CS. tlhe i-ai'nif.:Ii i d 0tr t-'-:11 1,11 cIf I lIe-
wiud ruri the !%%.ini 3 -feint lioitir-, ei-dill-!
at 7 o'clock 1) Dl., mm.n iridicatecl by U1. 6
iflSLI-ufioai s

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'I ~ ~ ~ a itttil. ui tI t I ?tc 11 We'll,[
hill-:',I Dk i al '-*.'i. mli eak
t11' 0111i3. l'ir.l that haii- iteilpe. tile
aitl 111 vi -I-11 OlITi:i to) the pr pi-ictor's
t-PS' il-Il Imu' i "It s~av~es ntoi'e live's
i-hn1r alt nWb-: ti~.lts' and linn4 remedies
poit uucehi.I F.-'] as t c--'~ and cold
vu il. kil IOw %%)1.ver. Cur-es, as3thmna,
liroiobjt rol''p. wboopiu.- ouh
titi -my. lou- --,a ai~d phithi.'o, stops5


gLc're Fplaicnid I iTiial hdi ii. it-

tree Med~cal Aclvlcs.
A rueli k-urew it L-ilduit p)Iy.00.jui at a
dlnne-r party m oc- en sinrg % a-z much
worried.) b ono ivj~ v-h-i~rs ge-.'i-ing gra-
tuitou~q addit-. "14-i you ho owv. doe-
thr." sa~d his pi-m-'tiunicer. "I know a
nman xh-li ?ufferq ,,s torif,913 mithi Inl i -
gtnsti11 thiat at tlim.-' w he an dfe- rieth-
11Jr4 but 1))%l ;vm ti1 n in. Wimt wor-'uld
yout fd Ill thtif -:I: Pf,
"VAol 1. 1 I -1! 1 cidie r,, c 17:ttd IlA the
medleic1mrmn. "I ,h~ml ii iIiul lvi Li paln'

Flabbterg~asted Pa.
"Ali. pater. f ion icuend gald to be
home from -!c~.
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T U R One Fore- the Debating Club.
v 11r -1 ': \ 'i t l':lf a doi zen physicists,
J A CP .ill in i-r.t :> 't of ptrepr; a pencil.
IS THE BOREAT:NY V; tIh Inlvt-r une of tlhe group draws
S .THEATRICAL -nU1 a ...'. *i oer the pilley, a tree,
"-.-'" S O T [ i : I' ,',:f f V- ^.^ ;hl1h tlI- t,,|lhvy hangs.
IN THE \OFtL,. ,,no,' .u '. the cord Is attached a
stn ; I' A ,.th. o wr Lor] cliDn-s a mon-.
.$4.00 Per Year, S:g S1','.' i0 r. ,: .n alanrs the monkey. g
I;-.L'.lt V I LY 1 I t ,. e1 y piroeeeds to cli ib up
,spectfully Solicited. I AMIPLE Y "... di,. ,,scussion;the
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having their pictures taken while I am
at work In order to catch the expres-
sion of delight on their faces."-Lon-
don Express.

Another Comparison,
"She has a face like an incandescent
globe."
"Mercy, what a shape!"
"I wasn't referring to the shape."
"What then?"
"To the fact that it lights up so beau-
ifully."-Cleveland Plain Dealer.-


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th, F.-r:'n Too. j Man's Unwiedom.
,' .: '-1 'u "just for The simplest and plainest laws of
'0 !' r' i:njeed about health are outrag-d every hour of the
!.!." i.iiitio was up. dny by the average man. Did Adam
lI,'-] I:.:.i.Ol several smoke? Did Eve wear corsets? Did
*io f vllh-h iiust be Solomon chew totncero? Did fluth
t-he ,i-1.'rturo ofi his chew gum? Dim the children of ldrael
.o li-, .it quietly make for a bear gard6an after crossing
.--. the Red sea? Drid rebect-n ent gum-
!" ,i-r "I'el ibe visitor. dn.)ps and i o cream and t'nl for soda
- ih- u rinlkitu al,)ut so water? Ad-tn was tl-c first und was
- minIle pprfo't from he tl to heel. Flow
:' i it w-n't time long would h1t renialti .so u'itr eating
--;.'" r.,I, l rrr ,!di,.,i a u inrce pr lic-f-..re g,:,ii t e) bud? Sup-
i i;,-, I' -r. Th'-i, turn- Ieo..se he hnd slept In a i-edi-)om five by
"Y .:, h uiin't be of- evon,. with e whitIov'-3 down, the
ili. I'l!; ,Iri n will go ,I-)or shut and two dogas itder the bed?
S:-;-h it,,-,nt th!'nlk- Suppose Eve blind Ince.I herself tup In


Wis't aiun':i au thing by.
.h, !! 1'.'H just then
1 .I:d' (.-te that she
S..i..'t's iij which to
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'D., Thi'.
:'.:It :.i I t.9-c'ff t with
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i. wii l'e. lieps bout
lit lt e.'t of ith chli-r,
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AN D

MERCHANT.


1 I t-l* .h.i i- e .l i- .;, :na.. hin t ,i - . t 1r. \ ;'. v ', ,i -' ..
.ro-, l, i IIla. ''. th l.'tt-'r. **" riitt- y ,1.L; ix.l I l t i._i. '_ e a n y f i
-- I'< lrt '. II d -' .* I .' r .. .* ll' ] .+ l, r. ., *. I "-.:- ,,ll w r,.n "r fi r';),- i- ,1 *li "; J. lr f .>tir n to try .
i, ..,. i I r I,, i >m 4m t,;.,..o, .,. '.' r I i I *" i i.- n T bi ? * r.'-- v .r y like th e
S-p a .n. .. Io i. i- -r .. -- a ,!I
u ll a id t r p' i th- *r,.it ..,, r Ii1 d" iF t h pi, e,,.l I,.-.. "- i. h I . i !. r :t'b ond1 .
,.,Ia a i1 B 1. ,1., din i "A arntth tr h by. aieJennlyt bl :.,- ... un- f tt ,jeb!i':- tih v. l. It Ind th.tn im-
t rie, p. l lw. p t-. n ..*.l..r of tl, -.;r ,ti i. 1., :.R.p- 1 'al, th, outshi .e f,,1t w ith-
L 21'"'-1 .'" F [I *. l n.". n.,n 'l .' t ', "., 4*' ll! .-;' l:.,a i'.i r .t-.--.r, I bl-j ut l,, il' ; ,, .* = ;,|laIin ce nud ft alliug
i'u t -.. 1 Ijr J. .,,a ii a p ..- ittI' t if l -h-n "i !, I .-,, ilj't I, -t l- It .r. I Wit, f r,,'.r i t t.. allf
membership from their hoiu( lodge andi merely wanted to pl:. ** .b-:..t'. r. r -I- ---
Sa full paid l) receipt for dues. "I ,""u -, i ..* ", Im ,. to V h c. ,'rh Trams Abroad.
smash "'- St. iii: R ,p bl ie .f r,'h "' ".' :_. ...*ri-a "~- lt., you
--The Buoy learns that, by a recent ,,i.;.t ..II -t:t.,.t ,r' tr-imz andi street
: ran; 4,a, nt, the way-m ail pouch be- Pain I|-,,,, a i,ul l':ui .tl. lb.liVIel r -' .. ,n . *e l- Vt .. -"i t If
tween St. Andrew and Bayhead il bI I i ,.,er, s e- in [, '.n r p. yta
b y ' ,i'il I la !I ,"a a m ,i'. ;' y ,;, 'i r" tr a m
thrown oft at Anderson in the morning A I- .. t i, ., 6.1 "i,: r- .rn tramI
and lies thore until the postmaster gets A I'il l t1 .I ... '. i '. ,f t p. -. :,, a.,: ,. .y ,logist.
I +, ." \.t 1 4. *t i n V erl'o1 ,. I ',,[ n ., v.' i. re,.] i t\ l h 1' ,I l l ,.t i h l, t I, r r% C ; r tu i, I l; -' ,,n'., O u lra m
up and sees tit to attend to it and all 1e1' i . i ., l,-Outr In
mail for Gay, 1'ompkins, Bayhei.d, firom .L iT r,, Il lh ,I l- -.d IJ .,-l .i T tr in :. la I oIfd I n
Nixon and other offices thus supplied is pli at,,. .. 1 i1 *.J1 *L ,. . ,, I, hlj ,a .it py linr
held at the Anderso. office for twenty- ton, ir. -r'i c I. .i a .* N. *. it ,i Insied th(- friic-
* four ho rs. The Buoy is not advised N0 i. o -.. -.. ". i h 1. I'.- . 1, .. ",.- wl .' ', :,,a l rn'1lbeds.
- who is responsible for tiFis arran ement, s o ," *.- r N . -: 1 ., .': I;:- n1-i th-.:,It!ch notb-
but it -hom ld be cot;rected at once and dvi l i1 It, 1'. ,. ', ..' :t 'v t:-:,ic. w', re .n1led
an additional pouch furnished for m ail al .. :. ,. i .i . 11 fl' *r i. i ..t:,, tr:i v sa, c a mnde
beyond Anderson, if that postmaster ., .t re -
must have his nap out before the mail *) 1 a1 -. -, wi. i ys o.Lid tIaras."
can proceed. There is not a day but rec i ,Ill; .i. l '-. 1 l l I I,ut I h.4.
that important mail goes from St. An- k'o, *..* 1-'. I, 1 .:l,,1 i ,, s A cod;le In a Tree.
drew and .its tributary offices that mdi. ,1. -. : .f'i'' vne found a
should reach its destination on the same -hi r,-,.. r. h_,Attnging in the fork of
day, andit is an outrage that it should Couldn't. 0 1.1,- t,. _LI', : "tet lront the ground.
be held over in transit for twe.uty-fiur pOr'.ttr ,'.N aIc -- Th.. .\morien] n t" 1t :e ,S fully half a mile
iiit i c r l l .T4 It It ^ W difncllt to Pc-
hours, simplyforthe want of an adjdi- e e. v. h..i iL i. r.mIng ft, -.- ,, '. -n fn- odi slfo lt to i-
erth I .u;:. L:: i.in ti r s o. t f.,rie, -' stan pos-
tional pouch. (',.:na<' ;,I ,t Ir-.,- I lr li',r:t u t, ,' W h. n (jest l(d upon the sub-
--iLat. F. T. Ware, who came from .retiitre o, I. h,.|.I --luh.1-tiht :t. J.'t. I. thi q explained tbat It was
Bayead Tmosda& morning was the bear- rit th -r. bty in elepbaint. It seemI
lr ofI the painful intelligen,-, that, D[I-. ,- I -;. t o I. t tvlt Ie -phant wRade Into the
', I':. Both, ho ~enta. ontr su i , : ..S .. I'. r '."I .' lth' ti- '' croco1lles are
S, i .'" t of 4.i-ryi',": them l ind bit-
to hi, brother's home, in Bin4hdn m to "'n. :, ', ,. ', :., .
S' in" the hiope ,, ,,. ;.t h 'han g- :'.': ,, '. w. h an'c
iTh t'' ... ....,II ..-i"an
'"ng "n a n .1rhI t. .. t.. a .y ,. -I, u c.:':
-ight b, li,4-- ,liial vI hi- ,'A u h,'ili h ut o- ' 1 ,r+, i ..r.. : r In 1'. t nrl,
*..h. ,r i __..-. '--- r! *i .. ,r n tree

an -. .t w',,I- i .ii, .I in ,- I-.,, on ,y , r o- T \ l- -* *
lpiotlw.,r tOro if" shli w..,M .-ut: tle Doc- '-i \ 1 Th' ?" h t ilala ,
tor 'alive, to come immediately. Sin. ------- let, ... Io I.ti'.--kln' Arica Sa lve.
made all haste to r-i.pnil to he call Thousands HaY0 Kidney I- i ,.i' .-tiitilnatin of Arnica
and join- him, .and Miss Jewel Buftll 1, ,"-r.' :tnt Ib~:iirll bil-.tm ever com-
who was visiting at the time at Pana. TOUbl and Neer SiSpt i I" in. .1.' iatt'.t how old the sore or
ma City, -was Simmon,.-i home, at once Prevaen.yr of MAiiiy l)i.i i[r.- r j1. thii-i -al will cure it. For
to care for the family home at Gay n'_ .Most people do not realize the alarm- ,,, n -a, ,l, ;.-nt v.ounds or piles, it
g to care increase and remarkable prevalency
til Mrs. B. s return. There is not a i a of kidney disease,. ia111- I o ,.,',a I ..1 iraniteed by A. H.
person in the St, Audirc'.r Bay country '7..1 7 Whiilekidneyi. d'k,-. "'.:
who will not sincerely hope that the ,orcrs are the ... - -.--- ----
Doctor's condition is not as bad as the -. most common
telegram indicates, and that he may f .L vails that pre- a ric .
survive andi-return to 1 ishomeand ma, .... r "n Iwill y
svive and rtorne to t1.is home and may almost the last Will esI at a Bargain, be-
yet be restored to perfect health. It is I,-\U/ "^ p recognized by niv .n Sept. 15:
yet or o and pdhy tweenil now and Sept. I:5
stfe to say there is not a person in the -U-sicians,1 00-w / .. ... Io .4iY r s.ofet ,
whole St. Andrews Bay country but -e n.-''t t hem-eles *- 1d Ji teet
what could be better spared from his .r;'/ dorio<< i-n1 ther rfrctS, while the ul'.J-
field of usefulness here than Dr. Booth. cundlcrmincs the system. I Pompr a no Net 180 Yards,
What To Do. 9 It! !.!, N
,eK... C is conliort ill thknowledIe 3 lt l-h--Both NEW,
Curious Marriage Custom,. "')I N cM.ts+., that Dr. '' Kilmr's I Skiff, tI feet-Cypress and
Wcl-ilini customs In Servia, that lit- ',' ,-ul;i ii: i ver y v,ssi;i iU ci rin g I 1- i!ln il: .if,
tie iigiilirn in Eiir i-,, .. are curious in- A L, i c i< -i c '.t it. iot and K t
dleed from an Amerienn standpoint. a th 1r_11 1:1. of tle urinar, 1er torHusehold and Kitchen
For in-4tnep.n nlthr the IJridle nor the it c(-(rec illil'iitv to hold watert uriltur,
briMl'l:rooim is the, l ostt in-iip rtant fig. u,[ : iling iu aii in passing it, or had C i-u in, in l;ldsteaiil, Matresses,
ur in a Sir'iAi inJ, i!ut the lest :fitects f iiown use of liquor, wine or Ci r : Lo, to antd Fix-
uan t.i.k.s, t ,i t,.t. 1 ero- ,c.or, 1:,i ovXrtO mes that utnpleasa t e. and ix-
l ,il [ n t rl,> Ile thn e' C.
fully g'. rils the -I!.i dyi Tho d< v b f..rt i- ,-,!h l. '. -,I ,, ; ,- .t, d ri l the :-, and to -I up reilly A. C. ALHOUN.
,,.. .,, I, .. . is d in tl ie i- lit. ,- i m ild and -
Ie icc <,riliu'rveflect of Swamp-Root - ....--- --
1 '..'. rl,, '. :.. ..:,.r ..l i oon r ali ,! 1 .L th li:.l t ,-- n F r Dc .
':. . i' "* i ,' for its on *I-i t < "e. o f Switzer-
rii'. ..ir' l i ; : i .. .' -' i ,T ., l i trcssiue ai s;. n '. ...t ,_' 1 re m.l.ci e -h., ..e.. 1 i.'.' m de for
hli'," !,, il.j ,+' fI, r;. !* .. ,1 i1 "}"j,.!'i. v U tou .hould 1: *' I -'-t i..1.1 *'" l ,' .. :. ,* . h; h | o1" t m'nl> l
nri.,, -I t r ,, i s .in ft .- *. : i i ito d hilt a
I ,".t ,"' ] r . ..
f rl - .! I t: Ir f : t l..- Y O l ... lll t l . I 's
tlt, t i! ,A'r ... . lt Ih. fr 7 'r* , .' ra n les.
fn*.nin k 1 .t a o.. '- -lueer....z- h hi d' he
.in, ., ;_ .' HI l '.',1 I;re, 't -..,,h.l. i n tonl N Y \ 'h : l Homeot B iM p-R oo. , l" -l 1 r,,i) .
I t ' I t ritin mention this paper and don't i; t ta i n a poi

I[. A,,:,., .N,.'.. r B.,' ; r, ', ." i,- elt).atkrfi-s :-ilthe
--i" ,.; , 1.ir ', I:, i ', .. i e ,' mistake. -but re em ber.t.'. ,he b ry r -
oo ilto ..- : -,n n e. Dr. Kilmner's Swahe -Rootrandi"I.t arves :il.d

ts .,' i. i, "- , . . , + o .v r i," i Cr,.-; ,, l.T'",,,'t .I i ... n o .-j b r os e h .
e- 1,, no-,.l. v 0 n..,,! !, a, m ".i h ".' .. ; '. ol r,, -. T ,.,,,- n, ..,. 7 d, '. ,bae S, n s boy
H d L t. ". t. r i e .l I J c
.L'O K -A7A I'. Li._ 1 r- . 1. ii to .,t bl- teach e
w an tg, t, b!- "."-T ett d ['.n -h -.-,T!I "i a 7 |r ,,|' ,, ],, l ,r"- h im on his
fipk'. I un'vpu't a match wit1i 0e.- ). . ,. :., 1-. :; ,f |! ,n he, m ay be
Ruart Soti r a -- or i Ii hj" t il, his 1 iar- e
"EW t +v^","- do:; nr chases a

W ri ,. W i *R;: rAt w, 'h,, the con-
[] It'; f t. S e..e ,1--"her it Is n ine of 8
i S j ,F ,ve tlh e ir n ,r r h a t h a rv est I'! S,''
t---^ ,^ .- | i nc Aftcro,.'er ti'ty yearsof "if n i .',i. :.r;,hl or other fruit
u 'r :'u.; they are pronounced ii :. ;i i.:',' -' . -'i,:In.*] li K, $15,000. ., ,., *;,*,* ;,u; l,..."
;. ,'.,:..;, r :,-ils th! +m 1}07 Seed '. ,, ii ,,- ".i hat tbo S\Tiss boy
*" ,l ,.J ,a .ice r+.,uest, h -.: f., l.v, .r. .\l,-,ut il h. can do

F 'LLO C K <*. a i.(r c. ,,oI *".h. ; t ,i >,.- c .-J is to lh e t e m easles
'' R >tea ^ .< or v, i, o[i,., i .ni, .--E',.hlinge.
..... .. SE W YT ?. I . -......


from a night attack- when no other
suspected that danger was near. Upon
one occasion the pony. who was loose
and walking about camp, discovered a
sentlwl asleep on his post. That was
wrong.. and thie nalmal knew it was,
and he gave the soldier such a bite off
the arm as caused him to yell out and
arou the whole camp. Pony and boy
both lled In Custer's last batttI. The
Lony had twelve arrows In his body
when found.-Cincinnatl Commercial
Tribune.
As It Looked to Him.
One of the ladies In fancy dress was,
though fair enough, a trifle fat, and
We will not say that she did not look
well out of the thirties. And there
spake to her a reporter:
"May I ask what character you rep-
resent?"
"Helen of Troy," rho answered.
"What did you think it was?"
"Well," lie murmured, tngallantly
enough, as weih.bts and measures con-
fused his bra In and hie gazed on her
ample proportions. "'I thought you
might be HIoten of Avoirtdupois!"
Good In Ever'ything.
The late SOf Wilfred 'Lnwson, wel'
known as an English templeranie re
former as well as a wit. Invariably:
took a cheerful view of life and co;:
duct. In conversation with him on*
day an ardent person rolled forcible
against the practice of christenln
vessels with champagne before being
launched. Sir Wilfred did not alto
gether agree and said a good temper-
ance lesson might be learned from th(
pract;ke.
"tHow can that be?" demanded the
other.
"Well," replied the baronet, "after
the first taste of wine the ship takes
to water and sticks to it ever after."
Chamibeil.in' Cough Romeedy AAS
on Nature's Plan.
The inosl acuess'ul rmedicints are tlho0e
that aid nature. Chainberlain's Cough
Remedy acts on this plin. Take it when
you have a cold and it will allay the
cough, relieve the jungs, aid exoectora-
tion, open the secretions and aid nature
in restoring the system to a healthy con-
dition. Thousands have testified to its
superior excellence. It counteracts any
tendency -of a cold to result iu.pneumo-
nit. I rice, 25:cents. Large size, 50 cts.
For sale by all medicine dealers.


THE PROCESSION OF PLANETS
IS THE GREAT NEW BOOK. IF YOU 'l
wonder why the Earth moves. write to the author for a
description of it: it shows the true motions of matter. Address
FRANKLIN H. HEALD. Station A. LOS ANGELES. Califorola


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9OUIRnE BOOKS j POSTALS.
OPEN ALL THE WEEK-
Saturdays and Sundays, 8 a. m to 12.

Taking, the Hint.
At home stations the private soldlrrs'
washing Is usually done by the mar
ried soldiers wIlve, wvh art expect
ed to sew ou mnis:sing b:ttons a:id &
repairs, for whicblt a sunia!l sum is de
*. ti 1 from tIo private's pa'.
Pat Md-(;i'f1i0; f'eit y :t)od deal of
tr-',ull i with !i-, la.undress.s Sn on'la
. it'i zhe Ie: ii lu!t't.-E o rT ,'.Ti i hl '
.' a jr-1.- i1t l ha.! sp,, 1,a ttl he:
, [: C.10 r l .'--1r. a-n .h l;.l 1 ,. ::;.1 1 ,
'. t'.' le.i I;. hI t r.dll wa In b1 1tn ,u ',vi.
not -ou j'r(p -I !3.
nIe got out rff ratenre one RSin Int
w-h"u tle Issinug button liturl ma-ie lii
:ato for p;iri otherr the woui;;:: ril ee if I
-an't give her n hint this thme-. a'ay
how."
lIe then took the lid of a fin blhck
in'- box about three lnchea in dl;inme-
ter, drilled two holes in it with a fork
.ld Sew,-i-d it on to the neck of the
bhirt that was next to be washed.
When his washing came back he
found she had take the lint. She
hod made a buttonhole to fit lt!-Lon-
dou Auswers.
The Rivafs,
"My work." remarked the baldhead
ed dentist. "I so 0aht!Cnes. that my pa-
tients often fall asleep in the chair
while 1 am operate nu."
"IIum: That's nothing," retorted hil
rival. "My patients nearly all Insist on


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Solicits the Patronage of Old Patrons
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well, and guarantees uniform fair and courteous treatment
to all.

We Pay the Freight on ail Goods except Flour. Meal and
Feed to any L)at. ,Lfice on thle bay.


s Pains-

k," writes Mrs. Beulah
Dregon, "from pains I had
ery month. Sometimes -I -
or 12 hours at a stretch. I
thing could stop the pain
Cardui did. I advise all
painful periods to use Car-


lating the functions and
female organs to' health.
bible, female remedy, with.

FRIz ADVICE
Write us a letter descrbMlg all
":r symptOMi., and e *ll, send yOu
Mr. Advlve,in fainl semaledt envelope.
Address: Ladies Ajvisory Depaklment,
The Chalttanooga Medicine Co..Chatlt-
nooe. Tenn.

ist in $1.00 Bottles


Cabbage Leaves. -. - --
"Do you think cabbage Is unwhole- She Sldestepped.
some?" asked a dyspeptic. He-Do you think your father wiNl
"It depends somewhat," answered object to my suit? She-I' doh't see
the food expert, "on whether you eat why he should. He himself wears ohe
It or try to smoke It."-Washington almost as bad.-San Fr:.nclsco Bull;-"


-- -d


GEN ERAL


Ware


MA RTIN


"W1 Was a total wreck
Rowlev, of Champoeg (
s ,fL'tferd, for 4 years, v
would be unconscious f<
: did not know that anytt
j entirely, but Wine of
<; women suffering with pa
Sdi and be relieved.-"

kt does fhrs by tegu
toning tup all the internal
SIt is a pure,, specific, relia
a record of 70 years of
r s
Ssccess. Ft has bene-'
fited a million others.,
Why not yot? Try it.

Sold by Every Drugg


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SCHEDULE.
LEAVE. 4([OING SOU'I'H. AI
uesday. 8:30 p m. PcnsaCtela.
Vedneslay, 4.00 p. m: St. Ai.Arew, Wedne.d
Veduesday, 2:30 p.mn. Millville,, Wednesa
thursday, 9:00 a. m. Apalavhieola, Thursday
Carrabelle. Thurrd "
Monday, 6:00 1M. bi. Alole. Monday,.
LEAVE.- GOING iORTH*. A
' ursday, 3:00 p. ii. Carrabelle.
'rifty, 11:30.a. m. St. Andrew. Friday, 2:
riday, 10:00 a. m. Millville; Fridayv. iI
Pensgcola. Friday, ll
f= A sS--:, GE-J- R, AT Es.
Pensacola to St Andrew and.Millville. 5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicdla and Carrabfle, $7.50.
St. Andrew and Millville to Ar.alachiicb1i, $5.U0.
Pensasola to Mobile, $2.50.
he abovo rates lncitde meals and berths. J. it. SAtIN
b. R. COBB. Gen'l1 Freight and Pass. Agt.


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a cormet, put oni tig'it shoet. sot up all
hours of the n;ght eatlung ler fill of
trash and sizzled her hair. When you
come to look at the way a man misbe-
haves himself you can only wonder he
ever lived to got there. Verily, the av-
erage man behaves as if he were little
better than a fool:- Woodbory (Conn.)
Reporter.

-pony Sentinel.
During one of General Custer's In.
dian campaigns he -had a boy bugler
with him who was mounted on a cir.
tus pony he had picked up somewhere.
The animal was not only full of tricks.
but he proved himself a better sentinel
au any of t soldiers. Three times


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NOTIONS, PROVISIONS AND FEED ST(JFF'S !
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Ready Pay Business.
This is in otir Palons' Interest a. Well :.,8 our Own, Call aud Convine
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PRlCES CURRENT

4 A 'it t,1D) TIeai, l
tial d .. 4 liei N d.......'i
Vo ~ 5A j LGuptrpwder.. 411
I't ~ ~ 11lwit LT ( iiil'i J Jt p. 40. Oli

A rlsubkto, 1 12-15 Sweetened. t
!'ig~r gitapi 31b:)..5 Hakiig powder
Jr tker, ~ot .10 ltOyMci........5
i Piacv. 2O14LOi tjnuapliell ......I1C
aai ~ ~ ~ CIi aed frti i
V 6 Tiei11....... ....~e "it
........6 A jpplis4.........i
'kPples Pers.........
J'..vapjirned .;. 1-11 Iqumi, ........
Dried Peadides 8 A p def..... 141-201
jual Oii pt gal.... .20 Straiwberries. 2(1
;aioll it. ''..21 all~ api~ Canned Meal
e I ") I


04 12.01)g

Sap '' .10,011
Drtop siditK,
deart. ate 1finn 14.00~
gap .4 10.00
Eetffl inimer. 8@12
'Idari auhmnugles, 2.50
Sat' .511


Ceiling.
-Hoerl, m.i...$14i.00
ca"e .. 12.01
Sap ... 10.00
ulapioards,
iu. lain ..$.t11o0
Fiiiistlihi lumn-
S lier, d . $12(1 5.UI
Lath, V ,l. .... 2.1 i.
Hlin lumiinier, --
d ted.... $20


$100 kiewatrli. $100
'the readers of this paper will he pleas-
e* d to learn that there is at lea-t one
deeaded disease that science h-as been
alle to cure ia all its stages and that is
datrar'. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only
positive cure known to the medical fra-
ternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
dleease, requires a coinstilutlional treat-
ment. Hali's Catarrh Cure is taken in-
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
afid mucous surface of the system, there
lby destriviing the foundation of the dis-
ease, and giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution anid assisting
Mature in doing its work. The proprie-
tofs have so much faith in its curative
powers that they offer One Hundred Doi-
lrt% for ,aity case that it fails to cure
Addresa
F.'J. CHENEY & Co Toledo, d.
Take Hfall's Fatilil' Pills for constipa-
Atda.
The Ou ig.nal-I. .., Grint'e .
W haeU barr l in.:. -I. ..: t'e c.riir
A con'minIlr:.ieut f i'j,. n i.j I..' IJdil'r -
Can lenfto I-te .M rie li, iof t i, i -r!n ,

tient. Il his percegrin-itl .i; 11h colh,'t-
1d nroney enough to enalent, hin to itur-
tiles frrowl the king of Istr.linl.i t'e,,
fitle of count Of the country where lihe
was born, for which probably in a
time of war he did not pay above
1,000 guineas. With the remainder of
ibs money he purchased an estate suit-
Able to his rank and settle., blwself
peaceably for the romain:lc-r of his
days l0 his mansion. II the entrance
hall of bis dwelling he bung:, up his
blagic lantern aml hil oran fan li;a thte
goor, there to be carefully pres-or. ,,
tll they moldere-1 I) !nist, iund Le (;..
dorelb byl his wil that any one of hlils
desienudfhtft who shoukk ::n,.se the :a to
be remov'el should forfeit h1i ii-'.;ilt-
int'e and hi. rntrlnmoty revert it, the
next hatr o in fniliire t..( i ma; ,.n'.
to 4he hotspltal of Toude. Cily a ftr-'
jeOars ago the ,or)ann l:lIl l:nte"'-i were
Still to be -een carefully pre. rvil.-
lPearlon's Weekly.

A Lep-cy.
iWhgnt's ryof' fare?" aak"i -'1.1 ,,ilrt.-
Akin of blq en',br t' fhe fi nr, dy nid
*i e miet itlh tie sp't.r-T.u(il ronl. :
"Well. Mir. I will h!i V t': t tf n ,',' "
"TbAnIc yon. you nroe rr:.- hln,i, ". .*-,
61d Fllntkhli. but ni, 1:1 '.1 i.,':,n.-
and walklug ..fl. Yet'ri He I rlt *ijra
Aon who Pver left me nruyrl'l-ni -t '"--
iondon Mall.


SGAY.
Special report to iiine-Oiov.
Miss Jewel Iooth hpent Thursday
night and Friday with Miss Vesta
* Gav.
L. C. Gay spent several days the
past veek towingfor the 6ale-Davia
Company.
Mr. Shields killed a large rattle-
snake in front of A. J. Gay's gate last
Sunday-it measured four feet in
leigili and had seveit rattles and a
billutn.
L. C(. Gay tilade a business.- trip to
['lnainau (City ai.d Millvill lat Fri
idy.
R. W. Gay was a uulbiness cAller
at Aniliersloin, Satinlrdy alterniooll.
Mli Jewel Booth i as been viiitinlg
'iemlils at Paii.aala City this week.
C. S. Anderson iiiad4o a business
trip to (iay last Satuirday, expecting
to get a iiera.igo through over the
telepihrtine to Dr. Kerter;i uit being
unable t, call up St. Anilrew, lie iad
ti, ride lihee thllir lih the country.
.I I. L C.'. G.:y and little chiiliten
I\ele tlhe guei .,'li uf Mir.. A. J. Ga.\,


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t Ig. l i s r eiturned Tv'f( from a'n exten.siie busiineds' trip uip
the country.
Capt. F. 11. WVare of Jiayhbad ivwa
a business caller at the Buoy office,
Tuesday,
C. W. Forbes of Cromanton has
been busy this week at J, T. Gwalt-
ney's shop installing his newly pur-
chased 5-horse power engine in the
U-Say. -
W. B Wynne and fatiily left f( their bottle iii Malianna -'Tuesdlay
morning after having enj.,yed .,
vacation of several weeks duration
Comiunty School Commissioner S. J.
G .itier attended the monlithl meeting
of the Bloaid at Vernon, Monday, red.
iUrninig T'uesday night.
E. W. 1M.,,k.-r and Miss Stoli,
Minison l etined on the Tai lpit, yes-
;er-lay froui a trip to Mihile.
W: A. Hill, jr., reurniial on lthe
Tarpon, )ester-day from a visit t,,
l'en i.' ,' l'a.


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m'i ii.ii ,.I ih l y aLnnitt dnig

a1 1 h ll ,,it s: '

''lle Bimwnwnod bvys crd
with Parrot'us base-ball teiai
iliamoii.l, Thursday. Afte
nine innings the score &tpo
of Briownwoed. After the
majority) of the players a;t
entertainment given byv
at lieu hsliii e iii I:',lleg ,, .
"' *ie uit de i, e i ,v thelti
I \ i h,,rii anl, ;,- ,.-il.' in
nilia le il n:i1 lel ;. ll t ,'- [1
i, liau k the I'1 'oli) ,, i
kilili. i--1 aidn Ialn. italit .
Piol T. .,.-CIe.La wlho "
ed pi incipal ot onr schb
monit, h-, ag ,, arri'iv il T' iuii-
all exteit'in a nor-l lheaily yii
i'ini. lie an nuini e l lced that C '
begilin f l,i Int .r 2. n ..
w i-.he I it nmiu -i li,.,,il irat 1
Sli i r1 V ciOC rlially iliv v
iresentll, ,'~.i it talks -ere It r
iiml aileri 1.1.4a 1 the \\ ,n 1,


fj La



bats
titi their



ill I'Lly')r

ended all
~.Dunn,
t.- et, raiid






aieloct.


thile pa-


101viol ............. : c .4,i lIaiei'


.ru t.;ornedC i .


Blutter......2
O6lenmargeritle. hi
..ss.........5
loui~IPkg ... 11)

l'ggs per do%... 20


vt',uised Vecgetabtlet
baked BeauS...
Cori,. ..... 10 1 5
reas. ... . ...t
I'l III ~k i I . . 1


11 mter J-ick (G .y, ihile w ilut ;l.iy-
ing'. Sulindy mi luing, "ell InId cut hi.s
head very b.allv.
&. \I\. Aindelron amid L. C. Gay
each t.ook a paly v o[ colouil people to
.muiaiia City, Sn1lay.
A. J. G(ay reftil-ned SilndaH night
-ronim lhi visit. to Chipley and other

Caitl. and Mrs. F. H. Warb were
pileaolnt eialleom upon Capt. afnd Mrs.
S. W. Andieraon Stindav afternoon.
\Ve learn that L. C. G.ay is doing
.eolne toting again thlii w'ek fui the
nale-Duvis C(ompany.
Miss Vesta Gy-y \'a a pleasant
caller at Mrs. U. E. Booti's, Sunday
ifteinonou n.


I'tOV ISIONs .
elodrtlnnvk
oatroriS'th'y,2.8 D.L'. pSi ti...... I
Obelisk ...... 3 .25 Uatco Sides.... 12
Cur. Meal prbut7-cU Fresh ..... 8., al
Oat Meal pr .1... 5 Br'kf'st iBtauii 16-22
gornu perbu .75a00c Hm canv'a'd 15-2.
olatoes Shoulders..... II
Irish ....... I lt lBeet
arlv I'eaeetld 1.60 Corn.ed......
Sweet.... 60C075 Fresh. ....... 81
llt,pr Sak... .00U Dried ....... "2-
t'iblM ........ 5 M ilk pr qt....... lIi-
H A ltDWAItE.
f hils, ocer .41gjaS* Ax,withi handle. 75
iialv wire duo.Atit iHoes, each .... 35a51i
Mililla rope...09al20opper pailit, canl 50
jlures cook,.. .$a25 Linseed oil,gal55@60
PIpe, per joint 18
OItY GOODS,
?-ritll, per yd.. 5aB Checks ....... 5a"'
3,heliigs ..;. 5a0i Fliuiel.......15a140
Muslin ......... 9al Thread per spool. 5
Isilns.......1iaL5 S hoes,ltadies.$la2l75
lIra Ilanlts pat 225 Men's... $1 40a300
MIUoFiLIAN EOLUS
ilay pr cwt. .'lal .u 5ats6 pr Iu.%...... 3
IrAu ........1.25 Brick pr M.....13.00
lopeSinm ..... 7@9 Lime pr lIl..I... 75
F ILtU 1' itaud NUTS.
)ran.geapr. doz.. 45 Pecans pr Ib..... 15
Apple ........ 15 Walnuts ........ .20
Leaiuis ......... 20 Alimot ids........
OVS'I'litLS
io abll prlit 1001.50 Openeld pr qt .. 20.-
LIVE STOCK.
Hur-se... S.a5H*i Cows....... .$15142i
Mten..... $t5 15 -Hogs........ 31$
011ni.. pr yoke $65 Sheep .........
POCU1.lI't"
T3'i"cke Ail h' 0 k.t;i t (-eW' L e iO'Ch. 41.4 '>5.
" irk y -. 0 IS .1.1 hli icka....... 2.>"n-
Fl.S11.
freshi gillt
Mullel pr du t5c ~Iu'llet pr 1.l. 1 4* '
Truunt.......... ,25 T'aVit ........ 5.-.-
Pompano plr Ih.. ti l'oilinaiio. ... 10.l00
Sturgeonr ...... II Mlickerel .... i.0 i
LU MIIIElt.


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TI malnU -tmnr-
Colic, Cholera & Diarrhea Remedy

Almost every family has need
of a reliable remedy for colic or
diarrhea at some time during the
year.
This remedy is recommended
by dealers who have sold it for
many years and know its value.
SIt has received thousands of

testimonials from grateful people.
It has been prescribed by phy-
sicians with the most satisfactory
results.
It has often saved life before
mi-dicite could have been sent for
1r a physician summoned,
It only costs a quarter. "Can
you afford to risk so much for so
little? BUY IT NOW.
d q-- M- I-_ - 1-0 '-00 -


A Lost Dollar.
A misi-Ionary blshl>p told at a dinner
in New York. according to the Sun,
dhIs story about IF. Mdlrlon Crawford,
the- fnino"us, novelist:
"Mr. Crawford went to ~ti'-. i," be
said. "in Concord, and one day he was
taiCIe'L to <.';iSll t a ('Con oA'd c(-lcr;: inn-n's.
['he c!erg'yl.an htad a iniiiRio-inry box
,in his drawhin.g room tudle, and, time
aiun:i;Sgar henvti ou the boy':+:nds, he
Imused himself wiith trying v,'TIether a
-liver dollar--t was ~All the money he
had in the world, and lie had converted
it Into thot, isdilt*., coin for safety-
would ;;o into the silt In the h):' s top.
It was n close tit. but unfortnnately It
'lid go, and the (i-'n -'p, i. ouit of the
Anibryo natlitl)or'' %i, r.-. Tml-'e was a
'I'rrI.p c('1iat')h ,' s'l'.i-r failing nIvI ng
the e-ppers,. ad tI.'n -ie boy, as the
:,yr',!-' -J t":v.- ;i) 1 i. -i?' \ 'h l'i
I,:'.i "i" ', r'iti.:,' n ill I nu'I t,' over
w In rll du-ies over
als -. :',':- *" .

You Could S'ip Off the E,.i.
'Thore was: a tihle-cenitnihes ago, of
-oursr'e-when the le-arnied imoe of the
world really thought that ithe world
vas n s(uaret-tnot rti.-c!y flatL but that
It was a ctile. The Iltritilive geogra-
phlors <;f I.gypt, Assy,;il and China all
caught that the world wns a "square
i)lano." One of tr most enrilou dis-
,'overtes ever made In Centra] America
concerning Toltec beliefs, symbols, etc.,
is that they also' had a similar idea
corcernifn" the- form of what we now
speak of as the "globe." A writer on
the discoveries iade .nmong the monu-
mental ruins of that country says,
"They (meaning the Peruvians, Toltecs
ind Quiches) believed the world to be
a cube, suspended from the heavens,
by cords of gold fastened to each of
Its corners."



For Sale Cheap.
Two and a-half Acres
At Milivillo.


Beautiful Building Site!


Water Front !


Don't Fail to Invesrigate This.
Call on or Address, Editor Buoy
for Full Information.

,A BARGAIN


In Real Estate!
The Buoy Has For Sale
The Southwest Quarter of the South-
west Quarter of Section 1, and the
South Halt of the Southeast (Qar-
ter of Section 2. Township 4 south'.
Range 14 west.
Lies About One Mile North-
east of Miilville
Forie'rly Known as the Mrs. Pet-
tis Place

TITLE PERFC ET!

A portion of thins l&rd has been in
enitivation in times past; but is now
and has been lying idle for some years.

A Gillt U Baraii, i Taf
At Once!
Apply at or Address
THE BUOY. St. Andrew, Fla -
PARKER'S 4
HAIR BALSAM
Cliiet and bemtifies the hair.
Pronotc l a Inxuriant growth.
lNever rails to restore Gray
Clrc re'ialp diqaaes & hair taUiug.
c.r.o ''a-i luggmis:


Th 1wn.) -W gIllsho r.v
I IIP coh-1imtll latt i, titlli ha 1:Lcd 'I
ti'l 'ihdlis. liiOut ti t ,.- lefe
%V 1e.IC'll1"ii' e hbales h7 I we i-11

'haW hI ii tl i l lit f.P;lh'i M illz.1,11111v

to Dawfsoti. riie C-111111. 11:1rutal -t hrtli


is-as good as any in the country uad
it is expected the cutlii tOl crop \Aill
Continue to come as it has started.
Last Tuesday hiight-, Mi. .- lIsa
Stephens was ninaivd to Mr. Engone
Randall. The ceremony was p Il-
nounced by J. L. Mouiny, E-.. They
left Wednesday for E-lion, whore Mr.
R. will accept a position with the G.
F. & A. Railroad., Their ininy f lenids
here wish them uiliiuh lisutci'-.
Many will .be glad to learn liat
Miss Susie Sluith haiias iiuicienilv re
covered from the iiijuries -hbe sin-ain.
ed a Jew months ago to bi able to
teach the Rocky Dianili bchiool an-
other year,
Misses Katio Lu G-innaige nid
Fre.ldie Brivan ia- bl4i on t'i ihe sick
list. They .te tliyili "to lai e fever,
like the rest of tile Brownwood 1,lk .
Mr. S. A. .imiuay wi to .Ameniri-
cus last week tii rejri'ti ii our 1:p.
worth League mil the Ai'leiician-Cur-
dele Leigo. c..n'verini1 i1,


J. Mercer l;eiry hien thl.ie ,lay, silli
day in Plain4. it is Lnt kiiiownI wlhelth-
ihe went on a buii-inea 'rip, bnt thlie
ate ihise \lio suri:iiii4,.
P'lof. Haryv I. irr'r lri-e -l
lity for Woodville, wli'hre will take
charge of the Wuodville s.itute lor
the elnsuintig year.,
W. R Wouds gut hlinick again
and hlad to visit hi. mianiiy ~rieiild.- ant
relatives in Ellavillo, Suiily.,
Mias ea Duue 1lurra)y anud lirace
Collins returned fIrmii heir visit ito
Ellaville, Mouday aftoliliuon.
D. 1'. Sawyer, who is tieni'ing the
eumurer in Leesburg, uiadea short
visit during,' the week.
Dr. A. J. Wall is up again. He
had a short but severe spell of fever.
Rev. Hawkes filled his regular ap-
pointumeilt at thie Baptibt cluhnin1
Saturday and Sunday
Mrs. G, M., Gainiage entertaiinei
a large inuiber o ruling people Fii-
day afternoon.
Those who represented Dawson
here Sunday, were too uitinelrun.i to
mention in such sahrt space.


Don't ,

Neglect It

It is a serious mistake
to neglect a weak heart. It
is such a short step to
chronic heart disease.
When you notice irregu-
larity of action, occasion*
ing short breath, palpita-
tion, fluttering, pain in.
chest or difficulty in lying
.on left side, your heart
needs help-a strengthen-
ing tonie. There is no bet-
ter remedy than Dr. Miles'
Heart Cure. Its strength-
ening influence is felt al-
most ,at once.
'I have used 10 bottles of Dr. Miles'
Heart Cre and can truthfully Day It
has done mn* moe good than anything
I have ever used, and I have tried
nearly everything that I know of. The
doctor who attended me asked me
what I was taking and I told him
Dr. Miles Heart Cure, he said it waa
not going to do me any good, but It
did. I have not taken any for a year
now. and while there is occasionally a
Blight symptom of the old trouble, it
s not enough for me to continue the
use of the medicine. If I should get
worse I would know what to do. Take
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure as I did before
I consider myself ,praotlcally ured o
my heart trouble."
S. I. DUNNAM, Uivingston, TexaM.
Dr. M1ee' Heart Cure to sold by
your drup'tgt who will guarantee that
the first bottle will benefit. If it tfaUe
he will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., ElkhartId

Entered the Ministry.
Motdier'lien after he'r brood of nine
had ilbtaiocl:d i tirun hohl on 'ife called
theni to-effher t. cc.;-n54 th-mn oln the
duty' they (vwed to one another, but
pnirtlcolariy on the duty the eight girls'
Owed to the one loy. of ber fanly. The
t:iris were to he mindfl of 'Illo'?
rights, to call him whon a choice n;or
Sel was t-r('o;irthl..J. to pr-evnt hirm.
-'roi quia!wi'1.o'u a!,l to 'hair himf b;a .:
whl' hoe wV'nrlere' fr.:;l t'i. har"iard
One day d*'url. a drtier'y quarl''
brother dilsai'pe:ed. II::" sl-ers h:.,
-eell th '.iulisistr enter the f::i''.hoi.
oa a vilit, but thyd:':t a.thl:ir- of0 i
.n'll they saw \.,ir WillIt 1.me-t hI
,, ,. o I, .,y
'ii.' iti Ly n "riCX.
Cn"t;i-laat; n '- ,m- '. n-i i Cc.L":i
wtns hoil t :- a a t') I' t' th
mother le'i inild to -tkjli (he nlews t'
he'r.
io" '-- .. k'i i< 'l''c fnl <' ; id .-I '


eid ti!., i -t'r:4 i ni c n' v,i \ H 1"i t *'- :
lated means. "Where is your brother?"
;tnd they un. ncre-il. -"The mulul-teCr vis
Ited the hr u'.., aUnd lroth9'r got it il'
the neck."
Wither lien was downcast, but she
quickly recovered her coinposinre and
said:
"Cluclety., cluckety. cluclk: clunck.
"luck. (,e, l'.ty," which is: "I am sorry
for poor Willie. I rejoice, however.
that he has nuterod the ministry, for
.1e would have made a poor layman."-
New York Tribune.

forturew
A shrewd old doctor once said: "It I
wanted to torture an enemy, I would
tell him fie had an incurable disease.
His life would be miserable, and hb
would be almost certain to die before
htis time."

Misnd Vocation.
Client-Didn't you make a mistake'
In going into law instead of the army?
1Awyer-Why? Client-By the way
you charge thee would be little left
of the enemy.-London Tit-Bits.

Rash presumption is a ladder which
will break the fmounter's neck.-Ger-
man Proverb.


SaudersvilliB
a week lri'e


es, Suni.avy.
ntod fromi a
'hunilay.,
peiLt the iday
r.

l Z'ltne.
make it a
r younu auti-
skiljled not k-
the P .in iau
nud, hou m".,.'
nalarta. It is
iho have used-
tlhert wi,- h'oult
they are saf!i
with Electricd
blood poitsotn
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tested 60 years! Sixty years
of experience, think of that!
Experience with Ayer's Sar-
saparilla; the original 'S.r-_ -
parilla; the Sarsaparilila r;..
doctors endorse for thin Mloo,
weak nerves, general dLbiic,.i
1ii hi-si work I1 thc a lv r I ,i- ,1 i,1 t ,i ,a I'
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tLI, ro !. i,. t '11Ad ho \'.niit

Cord. It -- i tliitC h-
fore lie got I> .. I pc. ndl y Ctie UieS O nt~ly L I 10-D
tl-me 130 ~againai 1rto:r------
ratigc1 hIII-,gown I baI d uthe Answ;,v-r
Mn tl. Comrparing notes Liter In li I F YOU
day with a man iiho was J., 'A~ ~ 'I
,Wite soon after me, 1 tol l M in 1.~ ~A~JA
t Ie -rent~lIttor had -served imo. 1110w
,revvirlri-de,' he re'pi~ed1. 'Whr. \-
I A ~vS tuOC Ihe fsaid. "Iliop.' eXIrn.or-
dinary drafty this m11ace lo" and snojut
quite two minutes In shutting- the ven-
tilator.' -achse uad`4~ I i~l

Thie Razor In D~arept~e.
"A nd he tlid her all hi-; hi t :' :.1T('i
said tinlo her.there li-iilZot -.1 Sni' ANaF
razor ,Ipon 1111,e he-d. for I iinvt, I ion
I 'Nazarite unto God from a''- molt!;-j- O

become wenk and be like othr1 on. ewlflg MachiInes an
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Mlter tri All III is-lullwit, UINi E paa
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Trees and the Air.
Ac,-,orrinz to'a rel-lalle comuputation,
a nsirdne tree is able thrioi,'h its leaves
to purify the air from the carbonic acid
na:lsin from the respiration of a con-
shiieranhl" number of men, as many as
a dozen or a score. The volume of
carbonic acid exhaled by a human be-
ing in the course of twenty-foir hours
Is estimated at 100 gallons, and a sin-
gle square yard of leaf surface, count-
ing both the upper and under sides of
the leaves, can decompose about a
gallon of carlbonic acid in a day.

WAS A VERY SICK BOY

But Cured by Chlaurberlain's (olti,
Cholera and Dinarrhoea Remedy.
"*When my boy was two years old he
had a very severe attack of bowel cowa-
pinint, bhut by the useof Ghambecrlain'!s
Colic, Cl.olera and Diarrhoea Remedy we
brought him out all right," says Maggie
Hickox, of Midland, Mich. This remedy
can be depended upon in the most severe
cases. Even cholera infantum is cured
)y it. Follow the plain printed direc-
tions and a :ure is'certai'. For sale iv
all miieu.i.nie dealers.
Cutenesa of Old Tirms Doctors.
Synge's "Social Life In I *ri.d"
quotes a number of fourteenth century
hints to success for physicians which
Indicate that its far back as 500 years
ago the medical Iman, iln l >piila.r oplin
ion at least, had in him the stuff that
altentsts are wa'le of:
Suppose you know na,,ti:.'. say there
Is an (-Ilru,-ti'iin of the liver. PIerhbp.
the pltient wilI 7agv. "Nlyw, master, It
IlV y hteild or \i.'- tlni trouble me."
lhevC i. ta :itt i it i ,': fr- it . I "t r.

It, w hi'h 1- I'llirio,'t. -ii
Nevt r ani u 'i wli It patient w t.i has
not pi,1il tnt); it will 1e c'.':hI>,r to ;.'t
your dimn'r at an inn, for such feasts
are- ut-i'lly dl-du'ted from the sur-
,geon's fee.
When ydu are fr.-:itii a t wound or
accident, tire friends of the patient
should be excluded, for they may faint
and cause a disturbance, but some-
times a higher fee may be got from
persons present fainting and breaking
their heads against wood and the like,
than from the pr-i'icipal patient:
An Anecdote of Agassit.
On one occasion a person entered
Professor Agassiz's room with a picture
which he desired to sell, denominated
a "Birdseye View of (Camnbridge."
The professor c :nteniplatted it for a
moment, lifted his eyes, looked at the
vender of the picture, and said, with
his characteristic accent, "Well. I
thank my God zat I am inot a bird."-
Boston Transcript.

An Explanation.
She presented herself at a fashion-
able wedding.
"Friend of the bride or the bride-
.-'.'i '." asked the usher.
"I'm the fiancee of the organ blow-
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and noon t,,lav, a i'i, l ; A '. ', 'ni -
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To Hid-. T arin. '
"Why is .Jones gr6wlug a laI.l ',
"Oh, I believe his -A '. nTmae hla ,
present of some tics."--Punch.
When there is no ,goodl within no g ad
comes out.-Dut--h Proverb.

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spent the first par ulof
with his many frieiil
Paul bimipson of tJa
is here to spend l ey
I1. C. impisonl.
Mr. and Mrs. C
turned Monwiay Iroiru
visit to MNlvertr, Ala.
Miss Bublie 'Mairt
spending s veral day
nile ,llau l ,l. -il(
M. N. inld. I 8 I in
visited relative in G at
A. C. Murray ret
short visit to Ellaville,
Ed. Glass ot Albany
here, Sunday.,

Health ini the C.M
The high wages p
mighty tenmptation to
zans to join ithe forei'-
men necdcd ti) cousitrL
Canal. Many arc rvstI.I
by the f.-ar of fevers anil
the knowing ones--th.ios v
Electric Bitters, who r
this fear, well kiowi
from inalarious influen
Bitters on hand. Cut'
too, biliousness, wIeakn S
liver and kidney troub s
by A H. Brake. 50.ic.

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Cle 'p. i 'r .s rIhilt'
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S.Ir'' .'oi i'r 1. ': ie ,' s 'liv uth i1n .
h *,- i r f .k. 'er afore my very
pyi.H:"--tl1ld, n Ti'-BltS.

f fi lw but Sure Gait.
'There have beeo numerous diaa p-
p-.!!in:'-- .< in the outcome of some of
t.!n: loie W1e remember one boy in
S ilr:Iu::,r v.-':a was the butt of all ridl-
cu. fim';o the *..\' of his nge, ;,ul he
ta.k it g ->l1 :h'tr.''dly. e .tuoedk to
l I- e no p x r't,..-:;;u r friends and her>- ,
"ty himr-r', f. Ill t -- :'jthes ul',\.ys ;.>.ol<* '.
fliiiny, PHI l,* hTJ th't .awkwar, swate
g,-r ovei" w.>. h t e r.-sr .. f u,1 l nh.i
nr '., lh -:', -r. .' ,,., ,,-* -.i t l, h1il 11 \
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Of t. He more
"' Iii ,:i y, ir ,,ei ii;''." -'. ;!'.1 4 m ore
freiei i th.iti any of' the re t .i' ':4. T!
plug hal .-. t il.nt was. low, but i:
v,'as nr-. iH. ,liidi't pi' .ir to be an lbi
bright llieu. It ie i .1 a .i: i'
t.0 ,k on:1 a ..-;l lh.- vr--,t a'l!a (Mo
Tit re..

Yet He Didn't Need Them.
IHeie hld been cnalinm on a young lad.?
for many moons; but, being backward
hsl suit prog"'.1* I slowly. Finally she
decided it was up to her to start some-
thing. so the next time he called she
pointed to the rose in his buttonhole
and sald:
"'11 give y'n a kigs for that ro-'e." A
lnrge, or, rn f;ee [,lui'i iirn:iu1pler-1 OVeT
his counten;ili,',. I 'lit tli oiw-' tj Liage v. it.
made. Tlivin hu gra il'loi' his bnt mnil
started to leave the roii.
"Why, wh.-re are you going?" It-h.
ask-'.l l:i iiurpri .
"To thc -er-florist for wiore roses."
bo e,-l:, i,,ed.


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0a~pFpvvw CPLAESIGNS
COYRIGHTS &C
AqWfoP seflslng n1 q4*0 Anid dP.4cript Ion MR?

I' t~s iI~I:4'i i Ur. .rih l11iflIT & l's. rtC'm.

Scientific A~merican,
A m l ii-r itr d w i I rtR e lf
C-ft.H f wv ,iwror ; iti
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KTLL7THE COUUCAW
ANO CURE THE LUNCS


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F 'ORC~ "O em RICE
%' (' LDS I rI a 1BoVttle Fee
AND ALL THRIOA~T AND LUNG TROUBLES.
0 TU&PA N TI E-E58AT IS iAC 0 TO0 R
OR MONEY REFUNDED.


TWO MAPS.
ONE DOLLAR FOR
A MAAL OF ST. ANDREW C ITY
S".\.'il inchtl c, correctly platted and
rliii.wiii' all tl ii iore i-mportant
buiillding-,-i, of great value to any
- uo e *,tisplntl, ing pu rclhasihg prof-
A, ty ill ltwil. It covers about four
Iwiles of coast line, exteningll east-
.\i1.1 fioni I)yer's [Poilj t to and ein-
i'm l.il "Old St. Anilreiws, witl cmr-
t., q,,,iilli!,g territory indand.: Piive
On.e l.,lla,, at the IUOY Onice.

il' IFY ('AIN I'S I'Y 1
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\,N I..II;l'y\\ S 1.\\ V 'l H ;N I'1;\ ,

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Our Clubbing List.

[.i z I tr i r;,i, .' I,- 1\ i l i 1 I li i '
,,e-t 1inlls' .tlii'i'- mii lh ii hili .5i4i I -1-
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'*hin I. T. 1T U. & Ci;U i .. ', -1,; ftoe $5 'r 5
do "5i 1i1 w 4eil i fort1l 55
tii i, ir, A-smeric-in . .. 3 5
,, 0 -11 ruit Grower" ... 5
Si'i ric 1 rist 1 5
j,," uh of 5 .5.. e m
Si T.. nal, Philada, -olnti01y I 10
ii i EnItquirer twice a week.
t -., te cll issile ..... I
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t\\'., 11 h ) .. 1 75
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ri'i| ,'' ort ,'in', i of the above publ iea-
iIl-, iLn i C, -i,,ii u ttithi thle BUOY ,ad-
r.-q all 1.1','- ,o H -: BUOY,
It A ,i P Fla.
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For Sale.
Vi'oe offer (fir ',alr a strip from the
pouiir sid-j'.of tLe i ilth haft of the
;,..toiili V 'Il -l -t ..i:I. 1 ..., ra ii 14 west, running
fro-i' tni ..h!c:1 lilos.- to Watson bayou,
.. : 11.i ll ll. o .,, the south W ill be
,.-'.I in i" ,Iii ,tr ,.:r. ,r !.:'lf-rn im .t lo s.
- .. ... l..,I v ill .: ;*- cording to
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Who i0- is nn Eniplofe'e* l.Iventlont
Many :inu i igV tllr I{ n-it '1 i e,.l1i1ilci
lud] I; lint even uiitJ'elitly pra.-tle.rl to
work out the deall- ',f ;in iimv-it'in,i,
so th1rt it i-. nife s.i'ry fujr linii t) eiIu-
phiy tilt? 4.111 of S ilit. 'l i o ele k mutually
to consiirl't tihe luve iill. .') complete
Inventir n'-t -1-nsl.t f ".1' 1 mnPn tal con-
ception oif the Invel olon1, fo0lu il by a
rediuctli-in of tlie levei"i2 ot pro rtlce.
If an employer ftorru si ( eiipl tal conceiproui or .r0e inv\euti:ou a-id
then has hi.- efmpl.iy-e? onstrnct the
thing be lias cowrceived, thto etupl.:.ser
Is regarded i1 Itie iniwntor. Thle re-
latlon of epiployer anrd employee .-x-
lits not : 01y w11 hre a nmania'.-t'lrer
uses his own regularly emiployod n,.-
chanlc, but where :1ny iIn.ei tr 1'i1.
ploys any mechnule to r.eluce his in.-
vention to practice. In tlil- 4eise a:
corporation employed to build a ma.
chine embodying an Invention would
be an employee as to the Inventor. If
there arises any controversy as to who
made the invention-that Is, as to
whether the employer or the employee
made the invention-the presumption
Is that the employer made lt, and the
employee must show by convincing
proof that he made the Invention be-
toa his claim will be entertained.-
Edwin 3. Prindle in Engineering Maga-
_tAn. /
A Telltale Nail.
Dr. John Donne. the famous English
divine and poet, who live-d n the rlngu
of Jame.s I.. was a vPrit:lIbI' ShIerlock


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Alvv:ys on Guard.
PH,-Is uI i' -1, -,i-in h, ii IlS 'lifi- -T ar.-
tl... h t ;ll t''Iar L-1btaut5s qoluiltI
nboat I.ul'lI.Wdnoi''t yosu have got-

''I t. -'- C ts':u 'i-l- sl.They are
r,-)4 i ?- 4111 I'm nll iu-eil:1a ;att"11 On PCi-w
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LEGAL. J NOTICES,
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N ,il i. i il ,i y gi i.-'nl thll .T uii,.
Adama of Eiru. Flan., has filed nioticu otf
lis intention to eiiake final commutationi
proof in support of his claim, viz: Home-
stead Entry 'No. 3-116, made April 19,
1904, for the w. of nef, sel-4 of nwli ani
ne f of swj of section 7, township 2s,
range 16w, and that said proof will be
made before the clerk of the circuit couit
,at Vernon, 'Fla., on September 18,1907.
* He namles the following witnesses to
prove his contiliuous resihlnce u)i on and
cultivation oft ohe labd, viz.:
Hilarv Vinsoi S. E. Adaims. D. J.
ViniiSon of Wesll)ay and Danl Andcroiil otf
EbIro, Fi. t .r.Y S. Cuuta, Register.
j r-fL editor's t';c valii.

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Creditors, legatees, distribiteas and
all persons hi:ving elain'rs or demands
against -the estate iof Henry Biovis. de-
ceased, lite of Washing.ton county, Flor-
ida, are hereby required to prese t tliein.
duly verified to the undersignIed is adl-
ininistrator, within two yeans trom this
day, or paympment will be barred.
Gt M. B. HARRIES,
As Administraor of (tie E.stnite
of Hdniir' vTori. d"1v,,i d.
l) it d .Ti lv il, 1 ;!< .


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IOSE MERRIFIELD.

Cop~riigbt. 1OO7, by E. C. laorc ils.


"And no,-w, ladies and g.'it-nltnv., we
lvave thiJ fine olM pie e of black wal-
nit. iWit lhve cost at least $75 fifty
years g. Ju.-t observe the hand carv-
ing, vi.A you? Every one of those
!)lUiOmis of aoQrni- is hand carved. fSir-
ror real I-re-ncli level. See th.tt Initial
hiA;id carved right Into the w:,"-l1 on
t)p? That eCi)ital K stands for Kit-
rt1'.,d and thi; here bureau is part of
Ithe o.i'-gial black walnut, marble top.
ded bIedljm suit that old Grandpa Kit-
tredge bought in Boston tfity-two years
i- .. A;i't that so, Mrs. Kitredlge?"
(f i : near the veranda steps w'as
T-i;im1.!:t K:lti-...1;.. slender, erect and
Jig ;i.-!;d in lher i'ouwrniilg. Her sweet
old face was teir stained. but olUir-
ageo-Is, as -she w-atc'hed her 1licciu-io
:'ur it,,e go nnder ,the hammer. l'i--ce
by wece. It was hard, i,-.1.y I.:. ^ ''
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a~e ~Thtir-iC oze of theoOld
'onri~iv'-~wo- roil.nd now, evenl
7v1e:n th' fhlt 1ieCo (J her wed!i~ing

'1 Ivor ':c- to foree baek the tears-
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He was walking in the churchyard
while a grnve was being due when the
'sexton cast up a mrlilerlun skull. The
doctor idly took it up, and, in handling
It, found a headless nail driven Into it.
This he i-t:snage-d to take out and con-
ceal in hlis handkerchief. It was evi-
dent to him that murder had been done.
He questioned the sexton and learned
that the skull was probably that of a
certain man who was the proprietor of
a brandy shop and was a drunkard, be-
ing found dead in bed one morning
after a night in which he had drunk
two quarts of brandy.
"Had he a wife?" asked the doctor.
"Yes."
"What chbair'clor does she bear?"'
"She bore a very go,.,,l charactior, only
the nelighbrs gos-iped because she
married the day aft-'r her hushanud's.
funeral. She slill lives here."
The doctor ;'-ma cenllil on the woman.
lie ni'ked f.sr and r'(ueive.l the particu-
l:rs ,f tlie denthl etf hi r first hu-hband.
Suddenly opening his handkerchief, he
showed her the telltale nail, asking In
a loud voice: .
"Madam, do you know this nail?"
The woman was so surprised that
she confessed aaul was tried and exe-
cuted.
Making Things Clear.
An old Peebles worthy and an Eng-
fish lady were one day recently occu-
pants of a railway carriage in an Edin-.
burgh bound train. The train had been
waiting long at a certain station, and
there was no appearance of its start-
Ing, when the worthy remarked, "They
are a gey talglesome lot here."
"I beg your pardon," said the lady.
"I'm saying' they're an awful' daldlin
squad here," said the old fellow.
"I really beg your pardon, sir," she
rejoined.
"I'm remarkin' they're a vera drelch
-. -. .-' V u r-genrl- -lm-
further ventured.
"Really, I must again beg your par-
don," said the lady, with marked em-
barrassment, "but I do not compre-
hend you."
"I was just trying to say the train
was rate," he finally blurted.
"Indeed, sir, it is very late," agreed
the lady. .,
And the conversation collapsed. -
Dundee News.

In a German Law Court.
A German law court was the scene
lately of an amusing incident. The-
magistrate, a tiresome and long wind-
ed person, was deciding a small case
In which the plaintiff claimed damages
for abuse. "To call a man a 'pig' or a
'dog,' replied the judge, "is certainly
an insult, but to say that he is a 'pig-
dog' is offensive, for no such animal
exists." The plaintiff glared at the'
bench. "Schweine-Hund!" he remark-
ed, with bitter emphasis.-T. P.'s Lon-
don Weekly. +.

The Innocent Joys of Youth.
"G, ,' ii-. Fatny!" eclainmed a
mother to her little daughter. "Why
are you shouting like that? Why
r .n I.e iiei t lit 3. i.iir bIrother?''
.. g It ., h 1e ;u *t," ri.-li..-d an- -
II, "lkt"f- tl .i ing |:u; a -,'lnIng hi.t,,

"Ain l \F i n 1:i, \iii -U.!; iu l;.':"
"('h. l'in p1.1. ilig iou!" Iarper's


l, ..t--'. -:. it ,-a- :iil fi.,r the lest--
""ih! r K ,,:r,.l;:, k" [t t I I'"g [b'g "- I
SI.-! f r I L' .*. i i .. : I I- l? v.- i 'teI l t, i
. t Ne ,;.v Y .'k t,- liv'. ai,1 d she :15 'Ito I
;- ,0 .. 1bey v-re \ery. v'ry liul to
L.r. 4h,.- ,.-In!l n.,t Stay in the .ld
hun-''. all ;'-.ntl-, and. tlietn. there was
.ii)o il ..ney tto Iz Monie. 't She had hardly ever both-
ered about the word until the judge
had died. There had always been
plenty of money. She had never even
asked how much or what was left.
The judge was the judge-that was
enough. His father had owned the
big white colonial mansion upon the
hill before him, and even the new trol-
ley line that cut across the front lawn
In the interests of modern Improve.
n:ents had not taken the beauty and
dignity away from the old place.
But after that last quiet ride in the
spring sunshine out to the pines on the-H
hfliOde they had told #er gently and
carefully, so as not to worry her too
munch, that there was no money left-
th th oe .juide had h eft nthiiag except.
the old Ioaeo ;uid the land it stood on. I
She hi. t.I1 kd so hard to reason it out
rfr !er:;pelf. It was,; rot like T-)m to h1t
'hings- go '. loia g like 1 hat and uI .-(er tel;i
-eir. Ard they had Itlw s N ii;S Iule0ty
li ;. I r oe tg lu thlir girls. Ti,'r,' h;i ii nm vcIr er a \'v,-,
i' -t u".i of i"''n+ ,,
.u in ". < ;l;,, i. .- t' ,-st l't


CL- -- -:u 1 'I 1.1 Iy to
r * I g .'1Y back ancd
,ker
h *a '"1 ,. ept her eye
, '.' I' : 1 l-eguin.
1. .i'. I :l --. 'I f you to say
,, - *v,'r l, ".and I know
,, u I i.eni t, l ut as 1- ir: as there's
'.. i- ; '0 r to ", it with-how much
...1 1 *.I .' .. -' .: .r .''i bl pl ut
t '.t ." "- -t., -. tr':'. i- ri:.,]l and
'-.. '1, I 1:....1 of thilk that
,'1 .', ''. You can c:me out
S t a, and th,' r may be


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M r. ',. .. ,, wn ,,' ',., I,' -. 1':". . 1
t.!r.i '.;,I ':.-t-, .- i '.i ,.-,'' ;tit M adeline.
thi !i :f *. :I t !." f t l i.. li' '.
/ -' *:r, I .i-n t believe we can hm-
prove on thils -'.,rit iiu.t. I'm sure we
have t'-o i 'i *. '."
.ot '' i'. hl'..,r>l was here today
and said be l I'il trot r,-l .i,'-". riu
that h rr-id -iv'1i iu r' -'- rc... I"-
'*W ell, that iL n-..t th- .-itidl-.rd's fault.
The :-iL. -ot r ,ilr. ;idntits she left
the ?;i'. i-* ii',r. I'll have the cell-
ing : i1: !',r' 4"
"Ycou'll d o *'iir.' <'f the ,;'-;t! This
janitor'is I -r I:. over'le'mring auy-
hbow, and v!' 'i I co onpI)thoed about
AMrs. Brant"-0 it y riili., up and down
the hall he ral there was no!tlm;g in
the leaves ,:li't,.t k,.,,,'-. a dog. Just
as if there ; :it a I* ., on:i.t miain-
taliinj a iu 'I ',.''.I Anyhow, I think
Fred ,-.uig t to rv a 1, r.--:r room, and
we can fit it u1 t. a 'r''-i. iin'1 M 't'lii,!:
O hti.lit to . 1'.1e 1 2i nil l:g'ut for her
work."
M ]ni ir'e lh--1,l e in e-rr-'etly:
."th, t,,'' r'h,-r d.-ar, I d,, so little here
at home u.,"' that nmy romn does very
wriII i a-l,-.-,l." t
"W\e'll, I ir'a.d that tL.,se Bul-zra liI
alui rt .iin nt 1, i.'tl.-r's p:I r." ani.-
An\hi>\v, yvE -_ iff ;indl :.-'e It1 e .'.
No ''ie7 aiLs. "l'. Mr. Stem.'lIte tat
star in': it I kl i nr,?trfig u'.e.s at ann
artlr-l, In TO .p,'nl 11 i r '.n the-
IprI-eri piire .11ii (if f -.-id '1 r hiulaintl ,
lbut l -.-fore i intl -'l--in lpns-et ii
Sill. t.v a I h-wlg a\:ni. fur-iillnre
that nf.-k-j ,iblig, pituhirei that
had t., 'I r tl .
M f,,leni.',. i {,,r p.irt, f-,.'used h,-,r

It, u ih irir tll bii v bille l ini '
r t..,..,',.',id heB t ew htiom h Io '-'
h"i :r T p,..".'bing :M',] unpn> l'.


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.s -:ngl:g r'i-ir h-i"r di hi

i'it l. ,'i'-'., .goti the iio)? iti4.
A.-t I,-.,n. Iet we're lit
S.\-1 ril 1.".
bi .h'Ir tear tn 'l int widi

'su'l.i-luler kitchen I
1p '.ot viea a '.,l mind
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M ,,]-|!'.'- .l -i'0'' 1 b.'-d l 'hooU spent In
i ], ..1..I., ? l ;ili u hoi li r's rid .
fr m.:n li, l1,-.'t:' ct -.i:t M rs. Stan-
I.,.-.- b.i 'l of tn. Ubiquitous
seri- nt .'nlil i 'utt.,' trlir Ntalks at the
bec1 ,,f- e\-.re i'.u'irba,:. hiu-iewife. In
', "*I'. i '.'n It u.-,' 1.iJ in maldl they
cjul, tlit l.--t .-',t at 1n i-.:-irby res, tau-
rnlint. 1-.-ii''..-.'. h" \ .,llt' .d Nl adeline to
be .soui., lii- 't hort' tlii ia a holuseho0ld
ditu''l-.-. '1 tir.r r ;vi..',: ullmsuene-as openings
In t-wii for I r.i:'atht ,''rl. l-it Matdelilne
wiis Iha't stro c',..ii::i. t : "h .umute.
.'ft.r :IIl, it 4\\xi-' 4Mi:, -l'he who not
, -,ily .-i '- -- I ..- ; '.i 1 :i a f i f t
d.-'I'n I tL i i ,nit w' o -'w t to ,:I ,'
II-; ..'l.. ..r- ( far liel> :;1.:d haunted
rial .- -i'o i.,,;^ -.i '* r d.-- irsbll .- !ip.iirt-
ri,-iit. l'..r f, 1r Vytrs, .' r--. Stanhope
hal <. i0e)fl :, ,]ii.ly ,'. ...sed by tl'h
dhr-i toi +,,-,.itiu n>w l,\" l i I Iif ,]eo ir.
a Il,- ,iliir .r.-- ., .''i -'-i i-:. rl. ', had
liius' I ed- uniil thr I'.'tvy lu'-.\' fur rititre
with wLilth M:-. St'liih'u.' had started


ey-.. turn'il grave 1- soon.aR lit'r fI':lth-r
tuirn l, n\-:q.iy A:il all i,1.y the thoiighl-
ofiher n Filthir r'q restless s',ir'it. the in-
evitable minvir;g. the noise, the iissi'oin-
fori burned In on her heart and soul
until -lie could hardly work. Finally
she flung aside her pen and asked to
be exs''-it: for the afternoon. Shell
might as well get it over with, so she
boarded the car which passed the Bul-
gravia. The new apartments were con-
siderably fallher out thair she had an-
tii;p-ited-, and as one passenger after
another dropped off and the soft spring
air crept into the car a'sudden desire
to see lranfton iHaghts with its subur-
ban restfulness took possession of her.
1"B. and A. depot!" bawled the con-
ductor.
1 Madeline sprang to her feet. The Bul-
-t
gravla apartments were half a mile be-
yond, but this was the last station of
the B. and A. inside thie city limits.
And the B. and A. led to Crafton
Heights!
She hIeft the traiu and gazed around
in surprise. The depot building was
entirely now, a pretty brick and ,tile
affulr, with trim flower beds all laid out
for spring planting. She crossed the
tracks and followed the street leading
to their old h6tme, but was amazed to
find that the trees, mere striplings
whet they left. now intertwined thelh
branches over the sidewalk. An air of
fermaitency andl restfulness seemed to
eiivr-lop the c.aimrnunity. Progress was
there, but not half finished buildings,
toru pavmluents and moving vans.
H..v lb-- Ivy lad grown over the Bur-
d-mn gatw..;y! In front of her own old
home sbm, ;o)I.pedI and almost rubbed
bor e y.. [lad it really been that
pretty',
No; there was i new porch on the
south -shle, anid a b-y wiutl:,'.v il I-.d .'
tlr.v i.n firn' liner -eipay. \.lJt a
lovely r :.:iu it l:ut b e,-v-Tti thit til>
o? l'e ht i,'ur'ini int, it!
"I \vwimid r if tl.\',.l car ''-
.Vitlh tiriily.set lips she threw lie-itn-
tion to the winds, opened the low iron
gate and walked up the well k.-pjt puth
to the front door.
"I beg pardon," she said as a white
haired lady opened the door, and then
she stopped, and her face tlinr:ed first
scarlet, then white. "Oh, Mrs. Carruth,
I did not know young had bought the
place. I just th.'ghpt"-
A gently insistent hand drew her in-
side the door and led her into the sit-
ting room. Madeline leaned against
the door jamb, staring around her. It
was just as they had left It.
"Why, I thought everything was
sold."
"Yes, but somehow Henry traced
nearly all of thd things, and what he
could not buy he somehow managed to
duplicate at secondhand shops. Henry
always did think, your mother's house
was the finest in Crafton Heights, and
before he was doing so well he'-used to
tell me that he meant some day to earn
a house just like it for me."
Madeline felt the room spinning
around her. There were other things
Ienry C'arruth bad triel to tell her
more than ore, but hte had been a
poor, struggling I.-wyer and she a well
paid lilurstrator eoveu then. She had
tarlkd of a trip to Paris, a car4'er--an ,l
where had it all gnney' Lo-t in wtn-
derings through a desert of apartnunit
hbjuser, studiro-;. ti-':I and luuhe-beo .-s.
But Ilnry hla,1 realized l his atbitlo t or
part of It at least. l'irhbii, now lie dil,
not care so liimlih about the rezt.
She Utver knew js.t how it lappeni
edl, ibut Mrs. C(;rruthi trild soon li ken
awny lier wrnap-, anil tbh.n. :ifte'r a com-
fortin4 cup of to i, she Lhid led her
gli.r t .-.r th'e o(' hol.d .e. The 1,ay
vhi-l.\\w h-'l '.ni1.-' a gr,,t it -pr.ove-
J.r'Jl ilt l''If w -'i" ,i ri ,r w -- -' , 0': r-
tlhey WPr 'l, i t lin wv tA el' ti

h u n : t-i '. -., ,, I ,. r isni t' .i i. i' ,n '1 ,] it
Dow,, nt-r.iit -ni'e iii-'re, :.le- galth'rer'il
up h'.r 'wra:p.-< niild w',l ,]r r wing ,In Iisr
glv, \ i 'hen Mr' < "airittil exen,-'ed hor-
self t, l,.'.,k after a,,me dinner detaitLs.
Mldeline stood by the window l>.,-kh,'a.
at the arbor over which wistaria now
clung like a loving, harmless old octo-
pus. She reached out one hand and
felt lovingly of the old fashioned dam-
ask hangings. A step sounded behind
her, and without turning around she
remarked, with something of a choke
in her voice:
"Mrs. Carruth, I never knew before
the bitterness of that old saying, 'A
rolling stone gathers no moss-not even
pleasant memories.'"
A hand rested appealingly on her
shoulder. She looked up to meet Hen-
ry Carruth's grave glance.
"I know of a cozy corner just meant
for tired rolling stones. Will you
come, Madeline?"


,
It was midnight when he came back
from towvn, but Mrs. Carruth was wait-
ing for bhnlm.
"I told her we must be married be-
fore the 1st. Mrs. Stanhope--wanted it
in the new parlor because the Bnl-
gravia h-as a bay window that would
be fine 'for a wedding bell, but I don't
prolpse that Madeline shill endure


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STHE COLUMBIA


GARDEN PLON


,i is tee iate't nitil imont complex <
Hand -Iow fTor working plants in 1ih gparibn. It
s. J't-al-'jistall0'; the w1 ".irlt, the hiock to
wl ich t'he bladt, isa attached keep .-it in their
gr und, and the depth of plotwing ith re'nlaied
by lifltin ttt hebandles. A lboy or girl of it
yt rs can handle it with perfect easP It Ia- as
24 inch steel wheel, the height of which mak,'s
tli plow lightof lraft. It has five Iblades: I is
a ,irin,,g mold, 2 a shovel, 3 U sweepor weeCing
-l:.Ide. 4 -l buill-tTwnue S 5a rake. Wrench
wilh e:iCh plov. ',..
W',e have made ai'ranrc-iemrt.s bv
wnichi e t l furnish this pli.v a,1
Sthe a-ctoy price, .$3.75.%, wilh


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$4.50. But the Buoy.proposes to .o better tlii-i tlia inc will end I't.lnr'i
cue year and furnish one of thes- plows complete at the factory foi -4.50
purchaser to pay freight
The plow may be seen in operation at. the editor'a rai-it-nce at in. tima
-'rder front the Bu 'oY rdireict


A Su' U I1 I ,A ousilare
PILISUPP S1101
'I ra I *t- N.C.. 4 I c40 a
14 3 -1C11 4 J r L .r.. ts .S. M DI re
to .foIT. W 1 'raI Th yr- n., -9 'L
VI H4 1 11;. m CAi k!C 1 .i T..r,s. F e .
rmc. b6 0-7.14 TO q ~ 144 r-. Ia
FAArl.1.. FAM RJOY 0. L . C. .. A.

Sold in Sf. Andrew's Bay by Dr. W. G. Mitchell
CALL FOR FREE SAMIPLE


nii l ii'. r Iii \ i ,.-I I '.I-
"A nl t! e s' -s%-'.-t I-art of It all was
that she never blamed her mother for
all these disturbing years-Just acted
as if she herself were to blame for a
foolash. ambitkia -for a career. That ts
true loyalty, and it makes me all the
more willing to trust my boy to her
care."
And Mrs. Carruth turned to find her
son by the window, his rugged face
pressed ipagin-t the old damask hang-
ing where lie had found his first and
only love that afternoon

The p!roparation of canvas for paina
ero is a l ittiva trade.

a' '; a-t' r;-c-'s V'at-r Lakes.
F'ris'h \+al'tc .' !:.-,e are a i:tw;iy; only
-xsp! -il oi of i 'V'.rs, dior to the p r-l
ic l.r t ':' o ur;toi cf a
-;l-v 'i-h rv -,;Ie al ch;u;<'t.ielt by
to1 fact h1t -lh vth mter tha:t th'-y tre-
-ive i'us out eti' c'ntiiuno~ ly cr
'., : itt!'v and that the che:inc"al
e -At:t'tiftln on;f the'r water remains
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Afr. Od ''Virnia L.w.
A lh t v i'.'- -..*. 1 *., ti : .raii I :: :s.- n ".'
held iat .Ja, .e< 'ity, \Va., i :.! :I:'*"
1002. 1. ., ,i,. i : .* *.1 ft r t.e I' | ll ,'- of
try in g t, i r, *,",t ,n .* f,'r, ,. t.I- i', :
to excess I 'I. !iw re% l: "\V'i..,':,.,.
iLafhy bablfling v.'-..e.u -I.-' .. a;id
scandalize their neighbors, f'.-*r which
their poor husbands are often involved
In chargeable and ve tiious suits and
cast'in great danuages, be it therefore
enacted that in actions of slander. oc-
casionied by the wife. after ju-dgmnint
Passed f;)r. the dacan'ges. the wot1ian
hall be puuishe-d by ',ac klu.; and if
the lander be so enormous as to bho
adiju'.: .1 at .;greater ,.i ..f,-.-:. than .00
pounds of to(.'(-co, then fth- woman to
suffer a duck.ina for each 5(X) po-rids
of tolbacco :.'' "i a ui-t the 1111:-
band, if h i-' 1i: .; to ay the tobacc6."'

Qceer Nesting Places,
Bir:d seek ueier i plic'es in W which It,
build their nests. The robin often be-
gi'; ;: sthi <'cer:!t';os in FehWrnary.
Any) old i t,t Aire.'lt o<,, c-an whi:h is
lyin!i..' in a corneI' 'f ai t".rd'n COeems to
be taken lpoe-.ession of liy 'voli.ns. They
even build their nests In flowerpots, on
chairs, in hag;s and tins, old kettles.
and a variety of other odd places. But
perhaps the most remarkable place of


lAtAM, DAII FREfNCH FEMALE
Ily all ELIP for T^"iPa^^T fBITIATP

rs ,on ,, aI-.i 0roo ,e fr .?un.l .sm, p..ad
.ate l .. .J{ 'U" rI 1.- the un u -,s..
EVERl KNOWN TO FAIL. A iM ', .L awfII.. -
rSin S. Arew'. Bme y Dhr.ei o, Wri .I -M i5tqr,
h.ap I I- a f! UrA~ZM r
,eUdi-n 1 St -. Andrews F4b r D. r. W f -uu ch
P1TEO IMEDICAL GO.. no% T". ~fltASEI.M W . PA -*.->--

Sold in St. Andrew's Bay by Dr. W. 0. Mitchell


nil i0'Tre a r'pla riint its ne"t wns in
o'r rn a i' co's tail. Thtipe ll was hang-
In o'in the wnll ifr a butcieir's slsiueb-
ter house in I;Entgind, and the rolpln
built a cozy n - at the edl iof thie tppeud:ige.
Night W;ndow Shopping.
"I used to think the luiion'y spent for
.ILi::h in stbow wvihniows from closlug
timen t;ll ii'ornilaig was wmi-ttedl.' said a
Plfl'i avenue iurel;hut, "but I have
changed my 'inT"" about it, and nLow I
kimep my windaov lighted until 3 a. m.
every ilght ibut t-.,unday. I took the
trouble to make som-e In v-tigatlons :a\
to the value of sh-Mr windows before I
cIrY-rId ivy ',I 'Ii.,1. I folud l ithait li
d(5,.l le. when v'u tr'eets ure filled, na
o:ie lia: tinse for more thau a glance at
the displays. I;ut- at night, and pirtle-
ularly late at unlgt, while there are
feWer people not. they are not in .i
hu1;ry an3 I i.';::y of l-Peim -ltop to exam-
i'v c .it";ly t:e ''ds shown. I have
fre Ilk!Illy o'en nl:..:-i ald women, too,
wl.; wore witdow llonplliiig beforei' mly
I .,' aig .1t is; ie liuyiliL the thii g.-
t'ui oIr\t i.;,y. Many pe-)ple Iu New"
'" .' ' -,: .::i. -\1- posted on fash-
'. : 1 r: 1ia, . l I;:t i-l ti b? I-id in the
I-t .i' I '. .n 'v .sioppiing.' "--New
Y ,17k ';' ,.
S ., a .1 the Fl-Crse.
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f' ,1 P'_ the IS 'wlhi:'l kep it14
I '.. ". .', ,. ,r .- 's tt'e sailie
!:,I "-!! I hjlirs,-' ilra .-w in
ai I '. ;'h '.:'i ? 7 1' ..n-i e i-lavrish foJl-
h, i!i : 1,1i f:b.?hi rin!!'l- th.h- attentloir
t' ti!..- holi .- t': r l. Th7 tlh..sroughlredJ
h:' lI i hl ii ,.,' ""ir.r Iengthl Sli y. s1
: e i!:-' i.iai '-..-l p lr f,,r. thr- liroiu" gh-
i I -::, l':,[ \i l:it asi n 'I w IuIld drive ai
coil, h\\' i h1 i;i|t "-1 till bigger thoui a
lnili \iaiae-l I I'ifan?-S J;.nI:'.--s' Gm-
zette.
Dcr.,t PI-ints.
Pl.,,it- f it i' d.'sy. t,. is' a' rulle, p-a-
.'., .i-\ \\ I,.\.'-,. the ar,-tus, for In-
iti ,,i '-. I:.- a uir-.'ly spines. Th'-re 1-*
a .-r.' p- '! r ',an for the 1il lve. i d.-'-rt lipinnti. The object i1
t lie-'. ;Ij.- l r:i .-f. tirnitri n f moiatstuie
iy ','T'" ri-ii uis * li', r t!,.- ir. .:i I-'',r the taine refi-
,.,,il i .n t .. i4,fl dtI Ie t.pl n ts of tiueilly
run .h ,,'p ihlir I ,' .-. thi n tl i. tjley -nr
suitk ti h tll .-thi r :n iltableo i. iire. lit
f.',o r i ti;. 'i, '- Ihi li:tvPs a.strim e at
vt'-r h-nil 1 .... iri-ii ii"il th ii u i-'ild tlih
On the their li il. thpe h.'ves of troep
in , frv \not cio tries ore provided
%ltb plint.---u-.b as the maple---from
which the rain dilrops off. Were the,
leaves tiatter the rain would collect
and make them rot.


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S!llys volie lbrnao Ii,
"'- 'h'r t 'il-.t e I hb t gltss
l',,, ,,r 1. !it 1I the miar-
i It ', ,*,;'t ''t smashed.
t'"' 'il" ,;' ,\And, yO
id i the rest of the
n, {,:'.:.k t ,"
nl'i 'lit ith.' heavy old
.... ,1 !-. I', 1.!,, -t ,, star-
; I i. ,, 1 . I M y
',, I '" ihu top piece,
!'.'vy I,, ,',, fi r ,' i. .'. I
S ill- it did sooni
i f,.!l *i< i \\,. we:'e fair-
1t, 1 i 't <.'ii.L i ,I n ill
^:i'l \"Lht ii."
S -.,i i w:- worth its
t- t .-,,,! ;r ,ndmna Kit-
,,v.r t i wher. Dick Lane
,t'l!k The S,.'rws out of
.,. -,r,:v. h.L-it had not
fr f"\ lry. -tu'"- yhrs and

-.ty, Mls- KIlttrel. e."
St up ig;pi k 1 -".,.r, 1,! l 'i.,?U some-
S*....n.ethlin so amazing
t'l, whI,,.:, Kittredge
; .. ioI,.1 pulled on
1". 8'rn trimmed bhot-
thi -i,.le it gave way
1 fll ,,it. and there in
I' -..p.ie] Judge
.. 'ne bank.
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r,\'- --i!.-., lKi-, .,- !',,. T h .l 1 tl.:.-y l:ul
. I!i .l lI.1 r :i.-n I :ltiry thE e,' ,iin i l.l
..' -u.l and ,...-l th-. tirst tine her
baby daughter was laid in her arms 1.y
Kitty the First. And today Kitty the
First was only paor old Grandma Kit-
tredge, and Kitty the Sr--,.Fl lay up
under the pines in the jiii:T's am lily
lot on the hillside next to th b judge
himself, and only little seventeen-year-
old Kitty was left.
It was right that the girl should have
the full benefit from the old place,
Grandma Kittredge told herself .over
and over again. She, too, would be
sleeping up under the pines before
long, and then only little Kitty the
Third would be left, and what good
would all the old fashioned furniture
be to her? Dudfey liked new things,
and they were going to live In New
York after they were married. She
had heard him telling Kitty how ar-
tistically and effectively he would fur-
nish up an apartment for her, "all in
mission style."
Grandma Kittredge had wondered
,vaguely what the mission style was,
but she said nothing. It was perfectly
natural for Kitty to want her own
things. just as that other Kitty years
ig'' bad. winVlnl l t-' i. rI I o P tt .in ;ii
hav t? tl.,? Jy ,1f b ;., I l? Ie'r Om n tlihiwgs
fr tihe I .'. 'ne w ,nhA lrful. Of er.ur-se
SKit.ty theI Third i-,uml'ln't_ under:.t.i d
hliw she l,\ve'd '--_lh 'i'e of furniture.
She wa-- ti o yo rn'-. I][.'.Vo told shell
feel sa'.l ver the 4.1i luirea.i \' without
the mijen ,.ry o(f the little la''': ear-
intint- that lidil bL*n tucked atway in
It,: drawers eatss und y-ears ago. of
the dear olil -,r-.lid l irrur that hull re-
flecteil tile face ,of that other l.ride
frnm Bosto'n an,. l"esi]e her, beaudlng
ovo:r her shouldIer. the lhiighng. mprry,
t-.,'t-r ey '1 ilTo -n Kittredi '? 'ifity-
t>" yfir-! agr it wt, lut how ...Vmid


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her city 3ai'~-r as n hju.-'wife looked
far less I.rt-eitlae than the-old fash-
ioned stuff they had sold atlh' auction
before leaving Craftoti Heights. All
her ambitions seemed to center on
showing off the new apartments to her
women friends and assuring them she
had secured a bargain which should
make them turn green with envy.
The next morning MNltIdelIne and her
father left the house together.
"Do you think it is becoming a ma-
nia?" he asked atfxfously.
"No; she has nothing else to do. I
wish sometimes"-
Madeline stopped and looked down
fhe long stretch of asphalt pavement.
Her father i*pplfed the Words.,
"That we were back in Crafton
Heights. where she had roses to train
aud the neighbors' chickens to shoo off
our lawn. Seems as if all city women
are restless."
"Yes; I guess it's In the air. I felt
as though I must be doing something
big, getting somewhere, for awhile aft-
er we moved to towN, but now"-
They separated at the corner.
"I hope those Bulgravia apartments
will all be on a court, with no closets
and an exorbitant rent."
"No such luck," responded Madeline,
with a forced smile. "They'll be vero
modern and all desirable, aud if you
n're at dJe -r. 1-nib1le father yon'll'have
a Ibtisiness ll toi i'liiigo alout April
1. It will le ov-ri wliLeNi yoil coime
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