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OFFIICIAL DIRECTORY. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
t. S. Senatcor--st district. S. R. Ma1- AT ST. AND)REW, FLA.
tory, Pens1-:.ola; 21 Iistrict, J. P. Onie I oiir a Yemar in A dance.
Taliatero, .a cksonville. -
Representatives-lst District, S. M. Entered 'i !) .1, at St. Andrew,
Stiarkman, Tampa; 2d Distric t, l e- ,. ., i | arI in.lre
Frank Clark, Lake City; 31 Di3trict, sl'.. : s, s ., t nirttlc r. lnl.er
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee. A W I--- -, ----a ---
,'ite;.- S.r Chub, is-w I L L I A A. E M M 0 S,
V 'ille 1L A'
vitail-Governor, N. B. Broward; Sec- .: 0.) R I E T R T.
retary, H. C. Crawford; Trcasurer,
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, W. )i,-play ad. rati.s, 50c. per inch por
"H. Ellls; Comptroller, A. J. '.room, month. Pu.ltion and extraordinary
superintendent of Public Instric- rat
lion, W. M. Holloway; Commissi ut condittin rats subject to special
er of Agriculture, B. E. McLin. Iavre-mL;nt.
State Senator, S. W Clark, Blout'ts- ..,,,.l DrIft "':,e per line, first insa.r-
town. n tlln; 24- aca "c--elie-ueht. Di-play
Washington County-Representative, ti ialn d.. duls 1trates.
h. B. La.sitter', non County Judge, local
J. R. Wells; Clerk of Court, Count>y
Clerk, Recorder of Deeds, W. C- If tliia p:r:,'aphli i, vhr-'.kr'l w ith
*M I T le Sb C. ey bi e ,1 c,,.' Cr .on ir'sI I dY f(iA .
Collector, XV. l. (.in r f,. E.),.r-int; -tl"ii)S ilatuoe las expired and th'ut two
ftieasurer, H. 14. Tiller, Vernon; or thin extia nt'! b.: t wil e en
Ta Assessor, J. .]. \ .il'iiIA js .' .lt t. no bttli, 1. -it - r tud.l .
lep' County StiTjerintel dciid tt. o, '.. ,) ',t n, W..
F. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, TI1o.I
Collins, Vernon; County CoNumi-- -- .--
sioners., I'irit Dt,'i, 1 't;-,: i NEW YORK LETTER.
Y' c,)nd Diairil. L,','i 'R,- Curt' st ii n, cnec- wIf ie Bu.IV.
Tird Disti, '', S.L Dayv -3: 'i. New York, Oct. 11, 190'.
tr'iot, P. N. i utlch son; 'ift h Distri'c, .
W. Si uleary-Justice of the Editor Buoy: Now that the .even
eace,. Jolhn Stnrro;A Noariesa W tunnels are nearing completion in
hoo Litectors, G. W. Surber, Sr., tlis city, ever ing apertaii to
-. M. Grills. A. H. Brake; Postma s- t II anyway, mnakes interesting
ter, VW.N. Conely.,
aner, Wi. C ity.'ostuiaster, Taylortr -:.in'. Ferries, relies of the past.
lan ama ty-- 1 w
ao, enry Bovis. i soion pass into,, olllvioln and the
Justice oilt-ostPeae, G M.B. arrives: raillions of huitau beings will vass
Lonstacole, H. "Dafhf G
'naitabIle a J H. Daffin. under, instead of ovex' the rivers and
Cons ,. r M Boutelle
Parker-Os imr F. I Bn two ,:miaiutes time, compared withd
CawayPS It,, M. N. Carlisle. 25 mntiutes today. Tlhet' Hudson
a,,,loaA-Postas ndrew A.an
-.t.r.,oa-l-Postmaster, Andrew r Tunnei company's tei mnnal build-
nduslr:son osti ~te S. WX Andr-
liin- covers two blocks along Church
West Bay-Postmaster, WC. .Holley. street and north of jCoitland street.
i.ty- -lost. ist #astr, 'nery 'omp- This structure is being finished and
kins. C Tompa hs. the vari,.ts officess on the tweunty-two
te0. C. Toniu)uns.
Bayhead-'ostmstej j. owler. l'oo's occupied, it will house 10,000
.. l"ostulastr, rJ. .owe Dyer.
tke, IPIostmistress rs. Dyer. peple The occ.ipants will equal
u-ee--Postmaster,James M. hfurfee. e
Uu.-- themst w eltille p,,l,,latiolt o( mal+y cities.
There will be thirty-nine elevatorsm
in it, and 182.000,000, persons will
pass through thle building ini entering
inl the course of a year. The costn-
pari oii as to accomiinodations, with
-the greatest yet built, %iz, the New
gi,,lni cetiiral depot is designed L.
a.l;" ,. lii.t,Itiil,it;t). a year, tihe new
I',-'. lvaunia station 1 li,000,00.0;
alihuDn County CL(omIntuL-r tma.-
42, ,Nora Hosks. Wood
.rmd;.le-.iostmaster W. F. Wood
nl I Si1s. via, A. 1 1.ts n.
L t: s .u 4 i11,hY departs
"l \ ,;'. i r. !jit,, J-; '. *.
I I I'.3u.
S-O - front-
.. ,. ; '' .... t ',.t a,,t I 1 a n . ile
\ .. ", . .. "a k, -J _
vu. m nnslu ay S c-buol evf'. .tUIl
,i a. in ev. R L.. -J ..+e
kj..j udit E isi.copal-C- urch Wasi-"
igIii ave. 11mi Cl'lestnut st Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday.
[fev. F. Wineinel., pastor.
y'0bS'tei 11-- Church corner Lorainei
Ave. and Drake St, Sunday school
i 9:30 a. in. every Suniay, Jonu
t i Ihiolic--'h r.-h corner WVyoIn.iLg
,\ e. anld l"o,..ter St,
?arker Lodge No. 142
1 eg ilar C(ontinmim-
1 uCati,,tus oil thie first
and third Saturday
in each month.
R. E. PALMER,, WV, M.
U. %'V. NIXON.Secretarv
W. A. EMMONS,
ftl.uiic for the State at Large; has
jsirislst:tiou to administer oaths, take
uaidavits, legalize acknowledg-
1'rt~i~. eie., anywhere in Florida.
.,'pLc1iL ateleti(Ai given to, land don-
V,,i.n.t-S an'ti nlrrrL'rige ceen1 Li uny per-
,.li"d1I ior l'>\i.ily q ualitied parties.
.-tive a.1 tte Buoy Otlice, St. Audrews
.7 A.H. BRAKE,
Notary C'bli,- for State at large. Of
lice a.'Store, corner of Loraine ave-
"a ,td'nd Cinvinnati 3t, All Notarial
worrk solicited and given prompt at-
Lt it. W. G. M'TCHELL.
,..Z : iu ntud Druggist, Coiumerce St.,
.,t La.yvi ev, ou'fer-s his profes-
.. .ej\i:.s to the citizens of St.
.1 ...1 ; iuil.y. Residence on
: 5 1-11 II V avenue.
S .,|.iihi, Physician and Accou-
heur. Ofice I'oucer Drug Store,
\. H. PARKER,
,u:ur.y 'tWlic for the State of Flor-
ida at L.arg.. Otiice at Parlcer, Fia
,:oUvi.'ayi5I.aILii anbd p)iay len t or taL tS
fe s ion -ii it ,dl'nlI. specialties.
*, ,- .... .. .. ?
-. -'~th drecto'y.The
1 1 mii'! 'ad:
-Y.r pants Is ripped.
.'.l'Ce' P-oii .!,mr""l.
*:;- TS.oe Sp-dir Term.
"o-, :;:.t.. -hI ', ';..,..1- wVe "stand"
-i'r ;' i.r t., but in America you
Sinl" for congress. Amerlcan--That's
,,':.;n:-e you are slower than we art.-
New York Press.
In Ptolemy's time -any one rtf*
fi'lle4 a ctt was put to death.
Of Board of Public Instruction of Washington
Florida, for Year Ending June }oth, 190'
Date. 'ToWho-n Paid.
For si,- ooll ht c .................. .. .. ... . ... $
N ew Ai ildii r,. ....... ...................... 2
R epairs.. ... ............... .. .. ............ .
Fbrnil sire .............................. t;2
I cid tal ...... ............. ........... 85
Salaries of temicheli .. ................ ....... 15,24211
Salary of siiperintndeut ............ .. .
Per diem and mileage of -cbool board ..... :03
Coinmision of tr-:urer. .. .... . .... 342
Incidental exp. (if H,.,arl and superintendent 56
Print. financial ;t: atLmii> t. ...... .......... 40
'xpcn-'. of examine ation.... ....... ..... 3.4
TuL'ii it ai' 1
On t- d zq n cshart- ................. ... ... F84
State aid paid out ..... ........ ... ....... 1.16
WVarru. ,tsiLf last. eam' [rp id.................
m ~ ..J.5U un a n... 1
ii.~ ca-t brcl' over fi'orr la~st cal ea
pr,. IUL S e yei .....
lUx rcdoinpt ;on.... .
pill tax l st.t year ...........
do previous yea ......
sublj dis'liet tax .... ......
iunterv-st on state school fund
.sa e one (1) mill tax......
i-'- .5 -
July 2, 1906.
Jan 7 1:0)7
J Iul.v 19!07
\'V-rnni. ,SnhI Di.strict No. G3.
To tXhorn Paid.
To cash on hand b-rot Iorward....... .
amr collected, 10J,5 tax ...................
66 Parish Bro, incidentals.. . .......... .
1 J .\V Bowt-n,, ,trinmi-sion ..................
I H lM,\,.ll. do as treasurer .....
P. .Jihn [I TIomnipson, do collectins.........
91 Heiny Roche, wiVud, Vernon school.......
II L H HeHo ell. con a treasurer........ ...
16 Johi. R Tinomtssin corn collecting. ......
c ll 1i t t.-' 1 o(i t lItf l. ta x ......................
a;slil on handle to l'ianun.e..................
Byv cash on hand carried forward............
July 2, l19ti'. T"
Oct. I 067
4 ('111 N.
aiiu iL.i o, U' I[-rei'(m e tIIL pupils. .
ldo examination fees .. ..... 9
do tae aid .................1.332
July 1, 1907 By cash on hand to balance ................ 9,189 .
8,31 28.331 67
July 1, [1907 By cash carried forward ............. ...... .1. .1 35
amount of warrants unpaid July 1, 1907.. 4 96
outstanding warrants ........ 333 75
Actual cash in treasury July 1st, 1907 ...... 11,33'3
We certify to the foregoing as being correct in every particular.
Attest:- H. B. TILLER, G. R SH,
B. F. GAINEIi. Treasurer. chairman .
July 2, 1906.
St. Anidrew. Sub' District School No. 2.
., To whom Paid
To amt of cash brot forward...................
amt collected 1905 tax.......................
68 J- W Bowen, com...:... .. -. ............
74 L H Howell. corn as treasurer.............
85 J i Thompson, collecting tax...............
95 A H Brake for repairs....... ..............
7 L H Howell, corn as treasurer. ............
14 John R. Thompson, corn as collector........
LS07. By anit collected 1906 t x.....................
amt of J R Thompsen, 1906 tax...........
amnt of A C ( r'o ;. .... .......................
amt of W B Gainer, tax 1906............ ..
do do do .... ....
amt of J R Thompson, tax 1903...............
do do 1904. .......
do do 1900 ........ ....
amt of W B Gainer, tax 190fi................
July 2, 1907.'
July 2, 1906,
."i~itiis Il .si is.a' (Xt-
t'isi ,I' Iplan. 20,u t0",Oisl.
Fr'oii ts ii ti ii iii.'l ,U li | mig one
will i able to go to Mnost anty corneul
of tl,' cu tmiitryi, t aiis- rncsniing inrto it
wiVil con nect wh la-il ailbway.s and all
big rail-r-ia'ls. Traiiris wiil entet and
dlepart minrty feelt hbl..v ,the sea level.
The steel i-trie of the bulil.litn
weighs 24'l,.t ) to,,,s, r'ests on foutlda-
tions exteuninig to ,bed rock 80 feet
ieluvow 1i street. Ticiee will be 22
acrts foUr bliitsiness putlposes,''ffices otc.,
oi"cry oae rented already. '1 he effort
to bo(om Knox Costelyou, Root and
nhi erjs Jfor stitming the lhariles E.
Huglhes laid:lide have all proven
Jan. 7 1907
July 2, 1906
failures andl bee albndonel e Oct
w'itr is a demtiocn't, right.or wrong
always (d'nocr;tic to thdeL''e, but is Nov. 5
fair enough to accord justice where
'tis dne, ea pecially if a pieces of news
is rcco(gniz;'d in the sulbj,.ct.-Goven-
or Hugles, your' correspondent voted
ag)inst,'but lie has proven in office as
lie aid in probing the flisurience affairs Jan. 7,
that he is a man of t;he people. one
who ntufoi'ly can rise above party,
,but perches and remains there all the
tim e. He is a man who never ex-
ploi'f his methods. A thing lie is
goig to do ins never adyertiled, until
Athe rTelt is teached and thin the re-
,uit cver shadows it. His deeds
sitaild out complete in a white liglit
so fully inl justification that people
wonder no o'her mani had .1one so be-
IOC. O i e. l i es is go ig tr ls t, e. -- -
puIblic1t n1,toniiee for president. X
By cash on hand...............................
Point Washiungon. Sub Dishstl, N, :1,
To cash on b3al .n .t5rot forward.. ........ .." ...
41o collected ............... ............
tr. r ji
SJ V Bfot..-n. i ,,m ............ .... .... '
O .ldd L, ,nibe.r .:'o., f-'r nuil inL :. .......
John R Thompson, corn c',ill'ctirig' ...... ...
L H Howell, coin as treasurer ..........
John R Thompson, comn al I..s1tin,. ........
do tax overpaid. ,retiutned..
amt of d,'t'it. .........................
John R Thompson, tax 1906..................
W B Gainer. do : ............
do do ..... ...... .
John R Thompson, do 1903 .................
do do 1904 .............
dodoo 1905 ...............
W B Gainer do 1906 ........ .....
By cash on hand to bal.........................
1. 124 33
I 113 06
4 : 8
M5 85 $45,5 85
IMillville. Sub Distritt No. 4.
's-u iUU^i ,Ut U/ti ... ;......................
July 2, 191j7
am t oL Ue cit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
amt collected of 1905 tax ...................
J W Bowen, comrn..........................
Henry Bovis for building material........
J W Bowen, commission ................
L H Howell, do as treasurer... ,
J D King, supplement to salary............
Clara Thompson, as assistant. ...........
A H Ennis, work on building..............
German Americari Lumber CompaWy......
J H Daugphin. hauling ...................
J R Thompson. commission collecting tax..
Sylvester Singletary supplement to-salary.
JDKing, do do
Clara Thompson, 'do do
J D King- do do
Clara Thom:son, do do
L H Howell, commission as treasurer ......
German American Lumber Co., repairs...+
Clara Thompson, supplement to salary......
Sylvester Singletary do do ......
W I Siigletary, incidentals-........ ......
J D King, teach 131 days, church rent....
Clara Thompscn, teaching 'last month.....
S Singletary ............................
Cash on hand tobal........................ $
By oash carried forward..... ............
S--------- ------ ll _pC_
W. H. Milton
M A R I A
'Tolll.kins. S l,, District No. 7.
u amiL collected, Juni 30, 1906 ........
8 37 63
;295 51 $21ii5 51
$ 37 1'
T B G.iine:.-', supil. -ment to salary ..........$ 8 92
J ,W w... ..... .... .... .. 94
' s . -
,lU l., I
,.] k r n 3
''L LIi &L UL .IP .. Ic I.
as treu er.
27 T II 1) (G;.incr, t.tr'h. -' ?aAt ino at Tompkins. 353 tl,
ai cI .ll .ct'd l i mILax ................ ....
ca-sh on hand tu b).il......................... 32 051
e i-i .'rri?' l fr arJd ..... .................
Union. Sub District No. 8,
By amt collected June 30, 1906 ...............
amt brot over from last year, 1905
To M W Widner for repairs................
J W Bowen, commission......... .....
L H Howell, do its treasurer....
J R Thompson, do as collector.....
L H Howell, do -as treasaurer....
Susan Yates, salary of 6th month .........
John R Thompson, com. on oid collection..
Susan Yates, Leacher 2 months............
do do bal on month ....
To amt collectedLon 1906 tax..................
cash on hand to bal........................
$ 10 00
To cash brot dowu July .1st, 1907.....
$ 76 81
We hereby certify that the above -statement 'of the Sub Schools of Washing-
ton county is correct in every particular. G. B. BUsH, Chairman,
Attest: H. B. TILLER,
B. F. GAINER, Sec.n d Supt. Treasurer.
MR. HEARST AND MR. BRYAN.
Ms. Hearst is about to organize his
Independence League into a national
party, and has tidcided that hereafter
the League will have nothing to do
'with the two older parties. This de-
tertmiination is said to have been tak.
tn because M'r..Bryanu efursed to sup-
wit .Mr. 'Hearst for the nomination
for president at the last national
Democratic Convention-, when i he vot-
ed for Senator Cockill of Missouri.
It ie also repo6'ted that in tlie event
(< Mr. Brvan's nomination for presi'-
dent, the League will make a nonsi-
nation on purpose t detofeat Mr.
The coming winter will be a hard
one for the housewife with a limited
pocket book,for in addition to the
average increase it, prices of all com-
niodities of over 50 per cent. there is
a further advance in the cities over
last year of nearly 30 per cent in food
stuffs. Under such extraordinary
conditions wages and incomes should
397 47 increase, but the general trend is for
p) 50 $5i' 5).
lower wvagus, uor at least to stand still
or tile time being. Yet thie repub-
lican politicians are shouting that
every one is prosperous and the sa-
cred tariff which protects the trusts
must be preserved.
President Roosevelt iir lhir speech
at the toml of McKinley, dwells upon
the hatred and envy of the rich.
W ;I a ll dn .. n n..i .t l I i .. ;
The colored vote is said to be grav-
itating toowards Tom Johnson for
ntyor of Cleveland, because the pres-
ident cane out for Burton, Thus
dto political chickens come home
Whero Hat Strow Conefs From.
in I'." t' r:i re p ra (. .. ,': 1 in I
S '-ki1., I' t t e t'? v feat is sov-n as
hiiU:. p, i ,'. o;*Ier that tihe
.s'ow-' of t': p;nt int;y be ipuoover-
. .1 -" -;' .-- t'.i p oduc a thin
:i ;: ".. ., .: "- I c ; '. l .n*,la the
t.t (. 4' zeAt .and longest
h ,''bt lbooms at te be-
,:j]:L- ,"'+ .:'-;' .I e :;.:! .; I' i .s pu': 1 up ly
S:rf C"'- ';o'.:-5. It' alowcu to remain
*t ioe on:'o!: a I b:r'..'r ti'ne thl' straw
,o:ld 1: ome b'i'tle. A ont five doz-
'a ,' ,root:',d: bran 'hr+ 'e I':Oe of the
: of o re rmly tied
'-w-y; !m into little rheaves and stowed
away fi' barns: Thien the straw is
.g.in spread c-t to e-C.tch the heavy
ilumOer dev's tand to i,.:anch in the sun.
Aft r additional bleaching the straw
is put into' rmall bundles and classified.
Finally it is cut close above the first
joint from the top and r.gain tied up
in small bundles continuing about six-
ty stalks each' and delivered to women
in almost every Friv-ate dwelling of
the poorer clauses.
"Say, Freddie, what's a patriot?"
"Oh, it's one of those fellows who'
tries to make something ofit of his
All menr are equal -- till they are
found out.--Jamesport Gazette.
_mALia a A A M a A a a A
A Man of Many Parts.
Here is an nLni:s',ris oId fisadbllf
printed and c!rc.ili *.1 i ('iu.:b:.-l:ind,
Englital, early iLi .ie. n;.r'te,' ,fM -cet-
"I, James WIllimnr-, 0.'."l'i i.-l'rk;
saxtone, town c -yer tat ndlA I.in. n'. nni:isd
and sells all sorts of i be'rdo:,h iries;
groceries, etc., llkewike iifr nn I \% hi:
drest, and cut..on1 Ie Ihort1rst nIotlee.
"N. B.-I keep un evepni',g sebool,
where I teach at r. t..s::.I r.ites, read-
Ing, writing, strgi.r' ..;n, su;:ni.
"N. R.--I plays I li bi o b'.r o .-'tlon-
ally. If wanted.
"N. B.-My s hul ; inext door. where
1 bleed, draw tet-hi ::'d shioo horses, all
with greatest sell.
"N. B.-Chlillren t.fut to d'icep. t
agreeable. at six poi'a :e rr wa.,tk. by.
me, J. Williams. wh.h bu;.- :nud sell olt
I'rori and coals a:.oes cleaned an..
N A lit i i I 1.1!1- 'is 77,
to be cudgelled for. l!;e Iyuwt in 5, urf
Shrof TushI,ay. IF'" .' inrt ''it.ir- Ictl-
within, or nt thI L,,..- -:, st] ~ io antd bell,
near the chur, on l,:lhser sl of lihd'
"N. B.-I.ook o-.r the .luor for thdf
slghix of the 3 pig-'r--
"N. B.-I sell go I sylve. nld some
times cyder-lodgings for si.-geI men.'
Our Lort Sense.
One of the greatest di-e'ovrcrles f
physiology Is thlnat we once hahid si
senses. What tlot see was ne
one knows, and pro'.ably no cne will~
ever know, but Iiht cur forefathers
possessed it there i'ts no ?T;;:) t, for
the rnipths of tih'-t -Irt of tfo, br:iHb
in which it resided aire- st!ll to be free
In any one of ust. There reman.l -
are simply a small and now perfletly
useless little maps of brain sub't,,,irnc
called the pituitary y. rf .cfn'"
of two tiny, little oval lobes jdoned
together and lya'. t.f n Iftle t(avijty
of the skull, strange -ly aimed' the, clSla
tutcica and situated ooer and behind'
the nose. It is (q ile po'-i' '!* ,'rit it
may have enabled our forft'o(rs t H
see in the dark before lamps a" catl'
dies were Invented, of' lif iay ibavo
placed them In coimlmnto with ghosts
and fairies, or it m:iy have been ani
organ that ohabl'd then fo go. homen
In a bee line when they lost their way
in the primeval forests. On the 6ther
hand, it is possible that it was a bad,
substitute for vlsl)iin or smell or hear-
Ing and died out w.heiih the '.-iproved
sense organ deve!opod.
Mirrors 4 De'lLctives. .
"It la not solely o0 Ile'ase tlji-iady
patrons:," said an inte-rior decorator,
"that mirrors so rbouid in shops. Thbiy
serve another anUd I ,- i',..r-i-int pur-
O.o-,P They hetli- :t ii jipl;ift'r.
tif-i-,- J ni il.] ste f' .r.'. -: .in: T i.-
-rs In the empl ( '; I rof -t 1; 1f .
o01 vo1ll fIin1 1 : t-:.'-;' don't watch
thle paitrons dinr'1.y. 'i1.,:- look ;t
their reflections i i trho fi ros.- Of
course 1 I,!r i'at,. g i t me t 'at way 14
inperceived. The ., ':'t .i s at
the watcher, see th .t h'l ik l to'
her ahd secretes 1i pr 6' <'i'k< steik-
rugs ll her sIhir rit 'i-t The next no-
thent she feels a 'n.-" ifrt ,':l.v and ter-
rifying tap on liei" s'(oflile,. .:an4 tlhe
watcher, w')o has c-ughit h:,i; by thf
mirror's aid. l.i(as h' ser::ly to a.
company him to tue ofi.ce."- New York
Why He Fist hi~: -e
"Vernon told n:' i um in;um." re
lated the' lady i, 'i' i ; '-:* e i 'ue' 4ye-
"that he passel ;:*o, tr-te' where two
years ago he ca', .vi yor In ials and
his own and en'rI-'o1 thiem with a
heart. He says le fe.lt s'-o gn.id he al-
most danced for .;*"
"Ah," said the i all t..- ette anxious-
ly, "then he 1muFb 0i,0 Tove me. after
all! Did he fell v.- hI' feit I i
"'Yes, dear. He ? iT rsodie' inen' wert
cutting the tree do -ni"
~~i i i i i_ ini ni ii i n hrL
v i ai ue res|ec o tto e_ e"- T T T TT T T T T
dent of the Uniied Statest thoie is but
little ftch feeling in the hearts of Consumption is les deadly than it use
Americani citizen. There is, how- Certain relief and complete
ever; a strong feeling against the Certain relief and usually cOplee t
predatory rich,, that have plundered will result from the following treatment:
right and llt, ar.. a a tniveinal do- i
niandl for their pm.,il,,nhnut whie they Y Hope, rest, fresh air, and-..S'cc '.
have dlisbevei the law and this feel- EmfultSton.
i,,g I1 been hightened, by Ihie imtnin- ALL DRUGGISTS: 50c. AND $1.00.
S.lv i sil pl ictular instances,
Dillon, Vice President.
d to be
John Milton, Iit. Secy- Treas.
&L7, $'oooo.o0 o
cks, Secure Court, official and other bonds.
Receive, hold and disburse money aif act
I .riu. te l rl n(reinti fir lthenrs
By special agreement will lend money for etheF
on approved security and guarantee its repay:ment.
ir. 'W. H. Watson, John Milton; III, H. H.' Lewis and W. H. Milton
Address: W. H. MILTON., Prest..
Imlariannr, F'i 1.
7'ME 1__ __ pill---
Buy, sell and deal in real estate, notes, st
Fire' Accident, Burglary and Fidelity insure
Lend and borrow money, both as principal
DIRECTORS---John M. -Dillon, John Milto
L 1 4-~ U~----
Www -- - m-3IL
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M A IR I T I M E Ca o TIhlnolks. 1
i av amId le an i i lan lies lde'nie. t e .lt-
S-bouvenIr BOOK ot tt. Andrew, W0c 'lets thliugh the Luay Ithin BincerLc
ht Ware's, Godard's and Masker's. Ihlankh to all time who au kindly a.-
S** -Colored and plain souvenir pcstal- t.ilte'l lithein through the illness, death
cards with St. Andrew scenes at the and biuiial of ithei, beloved aind hoin-
used lat her.
--While thermoineters didn't iegis
ter a freezing temperature, a percepti- A Wrr.dcrful Cr-ature.
...- ble frost was visible in the lowest places 'Thj p ,lylr tie mia t remarkable
The str. Tarpon arrived from the Tuesday morning. .-,n-, ,>i I .h. I tcut traliversely
lat t7:0.0 M.clo.k a. m -. Fridy. --Blani vWarranty Deeds, short form r `11" `'t:it ll.;. Int several partt,
Stn t: o'lok Mprinted on good linen oaper, 25c per e, hi 11 :.) ite a Ierfiet animal.
t 1220 o'clock p. in. yesterday dozen: also blankreceipts-100 recepts -'r.bl -tu.r:, the! inside out and
whle arrived from Mobile and Pen- in a block, 10c each, at the Buov offictje ,, .:-. le ;it [%I- two agitul di
one:la. -Work of construction on the Bank i1:ly. l,' 1I the hnlve t...geiher nd(!
The achr. Lucy H. sails for Pen- building was resumed Monday morning "-I'iil I thiini l:it two animal. lie
macola, today with a complete cargo and the structure will now be pushed livide'I to t-:t::i,- or and created
North a to completion as fast as the necessary >.:. w-'i tI.. h.- .:. lie pushed one
of naval stores. from North Bay is atilbl t-e T 'i-.t If an t:hter a third
material is available. o' tt t' ,:...thr1t :of t n-,ecoi. a-. thum
camps. B, '-n t' n- thr' of Ihe ,'conJ. a,.1 thus
Ca m --WIZARD INK. Tablets, Price, per frrm'ed a cre:iture with three heads.
,-The schr. Cleopatra sailed for Pen- box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in a
Wacilla, last night. *. box. One box makes ten ounces of the PaternlI Dut:es.
best ink. Economical permanent. abso- Mr'::in life v. ii, Its hn'te nnd
AL'HTHA LAUNCH lately indelible, convenient, non-coro- lhs'le I.-aveP too little tnle for the
S. oAf f :hbrhri.r.d. One father cmes
Carries tno East Bay Mail.between $St
Andrew, Witappo ann lutermediate
points. Leaves St. Andrew daily (ex
cept Sunday' at 5:00 a, in.; arrive at
We appo at J1:30 p. m.; leave-Wetabpo
at 1:00 p. in nartlves'.at St. Andrew at
7:30 p. m. Makes landings regularly at
Panama City, Cromp.r.fon, Parker, Cal-
I'L Cou). Allaalton niid Farndale.
F. A. \\iTIIERILL, Manager.
A WEEK'.I WEATHER.
The following table rooord- the max-
imum, minimum ahd mean tempera-
tures. the rainfall and direction of the-
windi for the twenty-fonr hours ending
at o'clock p. m., as indicated-by U. S
Date...... I Rain.I Wind
Oct... 9 83 70 77 .10 e
S.11 72 59 .60 00 n
S 1" 76 52 64 .00, nw
13 77 45 61 .00 n
S 14 '68 50 59 .00 n
15 67 46 57 .00 ne
16 80 39 54 .00 ,n
173 521 63 a.10 i
0 E. W. 1WASYKR-R.
-Made and Delivered Within a
-Wounads, Bruises amid Burns,
ifBy aoplyiig an antiseptic dressing to
-l-antdsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena
Vista Point, at 8c. per dozen; alho, map
of the St. Andrews Bay country on
back of a letter heet at 15c per dozen,
at the B-iov Office.
-Cat)t. Hand boasts that he ha-sn
"i,,,, onmnn en .- I;,, ,. --
I go launch on St. Andrewt%
Bay. Last Sunday ,he made the trip
from Panama City to Ware's wharf in
St. Andrew, a distance of threat miles,
in jut nineteen minutes.
-Mrs. S. E. Mashburn wishes thru
the medium of the Buoy to thank all
those kinn and thoughtful neighbors
and friends who came to her assistance
add covered her leaky house with new
shingles to protect her and her effects
from being drenched every time it,
-Parker lodge No 142 F. & A. M will
meet in regular communication next
Saturday at 2:00 o'clock p. in. Visiting
Masons In good standing are invited
to pai ticipate. An order of the Grand
Lodee of Florida dei-mands that visitors
must be provided with a certificate of
membership from their home lodge and
a full paid up receipt for dues.
She, Wanted a Book.
A fashion biy" dressed young woman
came hurrying into a bookstore re
cently anl nppr'aclied a salesman witl
the state:r.ent: "I want to get a book-
It's a red book-not very thick! No, i
don't know tl;e name af it or what I'
Is about, because I haven't r'ad it. I:
has a Picture in the middle of l!' e'or
-at least I thiuk It is n aItO.'e--t i
honiethinug round, done in gilt. It niaw
be the name.
"I wish you would hurry and hubit t'i
a the book, because I am taking a trdli
to No York and I want it to road oz
A. -* .
'woaud:, bruises, burns and like injuries the -tr.p. I saw some one reading'
before inflammation sets in. they uay be, on the tra!n the other day and lau
.healed without maturation and in, about iag over 'i. and that's why I want i
-one-third the time required y the old "Of course I am not expected
S e e y h know what it is, but I should think al
treatment. This is the greatest discovery oe know books and was ik tl
and triumph of modern surgery. Chain them all the t.me ou;;ht to know'!
awmtlin's P1111in Bal u acts on this same "No, I don't think it was either
-1 jt is al antiseptic and when those book'--it was thic.te than tI
applied to such juriese, .auses them to one anil more on the cerise shade th-
healvetv qiuckly It alro allays the pain that one.
and soreness and prevents any danger of "Welt, I can't wait any longer
blood poiso!ng. Kee a butle of Pain you to hunt it up."
blood poisoning. Kee a bole of Pan As the young woman passed out
Balm in your home and it will save you, the shop she turned to her coman
time and money, not to mention the in. and remarked audibl:.-: "Striange h
convenience and suffering such injuries stupid some of these clerks are! W
entail. For sale bIy all medicine dealers. I wasn't goiug to really get,it anyw:
,,--_ I just wanted to find cut what it wa
!nc:cdental P usie.
Onu aften-oo- a coupl'i frol a:! ad. Cakes and Sausage3 In Germzny
joinlig to'-.i pr-esentedl themielv-e to "Gormany Li the land of variie'y
a Bo-to a di-heu and i,,,*,j to be tlar- sausageri and cake," said 1Will1
riej just as Ihe was abo:,t to enter the George Bruce. jWhen I midamy -vi
pulpit o10 conduct a1i afternoon s-rvice. to that countr- recently I took oc'
The minister replied th.t heii rgt -toed slon to eat at restauranta-in practice
that he coIld not at that moment corn- ly every city I came to, I am r
ply with th',Ir wish, but tht immredl- stretching It a bit when rsay that
lately upon the conclusion of the setv- one restaurant In Dredcin there we
lee he would take pleasure in perform- 200 varieties of sausa-ge -a the bill
J1g the ceremony. The lovers, after far,
demurring, seated themselves nlu the "The sntme hold-3 good of caks. Y
rear of the church. When the minister- enter a rc-"urr or a bakery In whl
--had finished the service he made the coffe i sc ed. The osbigig wain
following announcement: "The parties will set before you a spec!allydesign
thio are to be Joined in matrimony will cake holder on wh!ch the several
present themselves at the chancel im- rieties are placed in convenient tie:
mediately after the singing of hymn so that you pick out anykind y
415, 'Mistakeu Souls That Dream of want without disarranging the whole
Heaven!'" want without disarranging th o
H venr "There is another feature of rest
A Rhyming Will rant customs in Germany that stru
Perhaps the mot pecular will everme as out of the ordinary." While pe
ritte as the mprobated pe Eglad at ever haps a dozen cakes are set before y
wrdoctten was probated In EnJulygland at to choose from, you only pay for t
doctor ommons, July 17, 1789. It exact number you eat When you a
ran as follows: done with your luncheon the wait
I gve and bequeathrnath will count up what Is remaIning al
When I aLm laid underneath,
To my two loving sisters most dear, charge on for the difference."--M
The whole of my store, waukee 6entiuel .- ,
Were It twice as muoh more, '--
Which God's goodness has granted Mp -. ,.
here. A' Jingo.
And that none may prevent '*, F fatherr, asked little Rollo, "what
This imy will and Intent, a jingo?"
Or O wcainn f ht ihegf lefl 1f. law-m- .. -,n
hI t.e Iate froulu l i:le-.i. tired and
pe- i -hi. r:'.l .rr t .o'v,'-teo muni.b time
to I1 (< i: !",.'tn. ie-vu If he would. An-
ot;:i!"r [ 's i:i d .en ,,:g'i f the care.; and
V,'oI' r( f 1 '. t :i'y ;:id s eks dissl;:a-
tlon uil-tiiilh thei h.:m. Yet fither-'
cain give their ciidi-reu ,,Liiething bet.
ter t'ha:u n,- ii-;,; t!ihy (an give thenm-
of 83 ye
" Iailge 1
ing" it ell
bu dL I-es
it italy a
esday iof last week Tnowm-
ythe oldest akid one of
Iliected citizens of St. Ann-
Sseveral years of nnconi-
liffering closed hIs earthly
death i at the advanced age
GiVw'tinev was bi, n ill
h iiigti.lithe year 1824 anill
A d'rew -10 eais ago, aind
Ce rtddedl here, an I reared
iill and was homered amnd
y all who knew him.n.
11X iarbu ago, his eye be-
I 1 and fir thIe past
Ir yins h e iar, been glap-
I ljiudniess, b bt, still l)uar-
fIl and unconidlainiig de-
le ~x lp esbed t le dehi l to
0 1 ljoin his life cinCil,a; ion,
iB himn by several years,
'ite'" ]ina l, atd wnIt lhi.-
sini obsculed he saw, spir,.
auntill bi,,ui ''just uvec
ir.e eaitlily carcs anil w1ir-
his (III k ortunc<,
E Af joa CII.; !
I _ _
n amIn. tim ,_,_s O o p
... .....IM VE& UL NoNOR allIssIsmong the hnlpless too1 0 p3,r ir, p .
. s aolemn appealW". -..-- u a n chase relief and has proved so successful in
I confirm, sign and seal that meboly other e'vey case that a special arrangement has ..
'This the true act and deed of Will Jacket. than htim0,elf o,:it to go out and whip beenmade by which all readers of this paper
.:.-Chicago Record-Herald. somebody' ."-V hington Stur. -.-- who havi not already tried it, may hawvea -apa
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book isssib
telling more about Swamp-Root and how vt 'ur if
D R E W find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble, is s..4 E
B N O F T A N When writing mention reading this generous urbar
B N F S ANDREW. offer in this paper and ave
B O W SL NDREW send your address to I rove
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,Bing- i i a,. *)rove-
hamtori,-'N. ). TheQ" I now r
regular fifty 'e4nt'and H6nleof8 rp-pRoot )e t:11
CAPITAL STOCK, $15,000. doila, s'e are sold by all good druggists. 'e
A ITAL STO $19. Don't make anv,mistakes, but remenl-er .I]st I
the name, Swamp-Roet, Dr. Kilmer's njuri
S-- Swamp-Root, and the address. Binghan- ful In
N,o H. DRUMMOND, Pre.iiett. I F. BULLOCK, (adier. '. N. .., oi every bot. med
t J. H. DRUMMOND. C
Judgb L. J. REEVES. -
WM. E. MATHIS,
C. B. DUNN.
W. H. MILTON. THEA
L. M. WARE have stood the test for over o yea
P. BULLOCK. andarestillinthelead: Thtlrabsolute
Certainty of growth, theiruacommonly
large i&ds of delicious vegetables and $o00
S; Hbeautiful flowers, make them the most
reliable and the most popular every-
STourPatronage is Respectfully Solicited. A Ufreet a:aon e SA
i M. FERtR&,t' CO.l
Srv I t fe TTr~ MTr as
harc1 ,an Antidote.
W:,- p ','. ;':s def:-Inre it Is Ips-
)1- fr I ,t In 1 p i-'uonlng to Coc-
-~ ;r.-I harco-al bfe swallowed
-U us ril. lt r,'0u i nte.stinial dIs-
nee Is fel F-ireih' phYslteinns
e.it-d 1he '"or of charcual nnd
d that it Is hen most active of all
Sautilrlore The charcoal must
.Ln mrs .o, i "n th" I|.',)il take ,
Io ;r, 'w effe t. nail the tdose
'.e lirfge. a rct-3l is In no way
us, auld a 1s1]'h (s a soupspoou-.
ay be takt) In divided doses
In water. -
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lrc. Ir1! !-.I I Iv v%~rt I"illr"- t .I. ti li t l n a -6 )
n:'.n'~~ pfIe vait n. LLt I EnA VE
tile d 'titofil.- :if hIt Im Ii (' l Frday
-Newlivri TmilH,nnFrid ..ay, d
Ths Uncociable Young Napoe-.n.. wab.-i*
gleg. It) which 117 r ti L a er invi'-i' Ci t.-
pa :ei'.' ~ Io ne'.ode I ou- nle(-!,':' JI' ? I1
.?if litk rv-J:iuct rindtbrl ilwo Icccr.1 -a
he r 'e-e I ni fi ''rcc-'r. M. dh o ,!r..'
II ,:an U V ~-r. I .,ra:n '.1i' v:3 V a. It'
.l, r-1at f h, '1-l .'!, in.61:t., 'e JO HFN
1":o n 'I) I
"*il ,' I,- I C i--.i'L ; ;, I I. r' -. i. ll. 1 t
-' I t' tn .' TtI I 1
1i1 9, nL!iV-Al1o0Wfd ine to throw him 1. ir
t ;sea:' he w uld nt e tr':n- i:,t. I t u i n"
wr.r''l up'de d "-it today."- Ir'omil
Menuirs of Comtesse de' Bolgme.
:O! f Sight. Freight Paid on A Go.ods
,"", ;o sight out of lr'ind,"'. I.s a ld PoS
saying wh ih appli .'s with sp ecial ioroe
to a sore, brn o.' wound that's been".
treated with Bucklen's Arnica Salve
It's oat of Aig ; out of mind and out-' T I Allat lol
existence. Piles t,66and chilblains d'is-
Guaranteed by A H. Brake. 50c. iG E R A n A L
SPROCESS Freight PaL on A Goods
(S THE GREAT NEW BOOK. IF OU
wonder bytheEarthppoves, with stoptheial rtorca ARENOWPRE -
treated with Bucklen's Arnica Salddrvess
1xi=stene. PilestALo'and chilblains dis-_ t i -i VifI- '4" I
cola St. Andrew & Gulf
ST E A M S H I P C M PA N Y
--~'~i11~' W.O0. BARROW
E. GOING SOUTH.kk
itn. I ''liIlIa lt h.
:01.1 p. M-., -kAI l'i', W el1ihtCe'd
301 i. ini il l'., We'd nsd
a. m. Aia~lac'Iik-ola, 'Ih ur-day
-i.Mt'h ile. Alo nd a',V.
t It) .'~ Andret~dltuh.'tI I I' it. Iai
'L!%" lt l Mid N hltivl,-'to *.ArahacIhicl-a:'t, *'.uJi
la to '\lT,bile',i2 ..
IG- 11 rr't' ej' ta ltnird Pai,!. A.
I) ~ [ P s (.1 N.
ay, 8.00 n. ,1'
lay, 10:00 a. nt
. 6:00 a. n'.
1, 12:00 noon.-
6:00 a. m.
:00 a. m,-
:30 p. m.
,30 p. m,-
C'. L. ,JI) NElt.
iE DRESS oos
JPE, PAINTS, OILS, GROCERIES*,!
e of Furniture!
Except Meal, Flour and Feed to Any'
office on the Bay.
ON ON EAST BAY,
ED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR
eri-c is a glimpse or the seamy sld..- e7" l J --L.)1. anil .p'era.
of life In Cornwall from the Coruisb h Couldn't bear the thou
Magazinee: r ing tl-ire L, tttles of Wir
I'm afraid, Jenny, you Irritate your 'O
husband with your long tongue." around. Can now do r
"Aw, no, my dear Miss Vivian, I'd splendid health."
never say nawthen to en. T'other day
I was 'ome waitin' for'n to come 'ome Cardui is a pure, veg
to supper Eight o'clock come, an' pecially adapted to cu
no Jan; 0 o'clock Come, an' no Jan; j ially excesie toc
10 o'clock come, an' no Jan. I put relieves excessive pe
up me bonnet an' shoal an' went to D irregularities, and is a
every kiddly wink in town thout Dyke 4 a!fe, pleasant and re-
Winsor's. When I come there, there ~Lbe remedy for all
wor Jan. Says I, 'You ugly murderen a olme Iy -or all
vellan, theest killed thee fust wife an' Sick wo en. I
now theest want to kill me, too,' an'be cesssful use for over 7O
up an knocked me down," yels. Try it.
A la China.
Mamma-Come now, son, and take At Every Drug Sto
your medicine like a good little boy.
You know in China all the children
take medicine when well to keep them A
from being sick.
Little Boy-And do they whip the N E, a C l
children in China when they are good OF
to keep them from being naughty?- _,
St. Louiks Republic.
His strong Point.
Not. Managing Director-Well, and what
"Yo-r foremari perspires freely, are your qualifications for the post of
oe's:'t he"' night watchmanu? Applicant- Well,
"Yes, he doesn't: his perspiration sir, for one thing, the least noise
cost-, me $5 a day."-Houston Post, wakes me up.-Illustrated Bits.
re in $1.00 Bottles.
The Nature of the Creature,
"Oh, she is so careless that I don't
believe she could drop a remark with-.
out breaking her word."-Smart Set
-r ~_ _~ --
T- --i K-e U it Ttdrixed. M iv'.'Fto ze i
S-Notice. ,nniits lo 1 'i ea wio marese a most feeling to int.
of MikeI? i ti I Win to meet me here
Driver- lw, euires no Useat all li him 1Fitlu eral services, vererig to the
anything! huid on orr, beot jst goes miable i. ht ,lion a(f exei liet wa a
In atmoney coan ear and out at the other ay asket us furtisted and the bur, al
like water of a ducThes back!-Londonh per ceon tedby R v. F.dertaker Ae.
SoNotice. an so ua a mosteelingg a launlii
Twill ayw require license hat alllicense. Ofaro g ailssr. Gwaine i the
Thall he paid ondays or before Octobers and l. i.An and wanexore prlent in-a h
Alldrouth aries almost focargott en in the pros-deceased. The
or money Kansas oideraf today;n ae although pay c- basket sd i. ed., isl ad tlso a rbiesi-l
license of $7.50. Tlieielore, each per miVices 4(Ui lued by L'udertaker A.
hln o 0tling awl so Uiiing a lanciml i. Brakes
will pay thCoddeir licearlShe at onc.burf a et ut i f il peet a walenet i iuth
R. C., J. 1. H. W. and F. H. Gwalt-
Hard'rimes in Kansas. iey, three I whomu aia re.iidcnts of
The old days of grasshoppers and St. Andrsw nd were presettt at th'e
droutb are almost forgotten in the pros- lat sadl it X .., is also a resi-
perous Kansas of today; although a cit-
'zonof4joddell, Earl Shamburg, has not leint but < Piesent abeint. i Soutli a
yet forgotten a hard time he encounter- .F'loida ii.i e the homes of \W. F.,
ed. He says: "'I was worn out and dis- ind R, C,, re not known to tire
courage by cou rhtng night and day, '1,ov.
a,'d could find n relief till I tried Dr. ta ney' emory willbe
Kng's New Discovery. It took less than i
one bottle to completely cure me." Tht ehe, iishedl J. ail who knew ihiin, and
safest and most reliable cough and cold ii',i thiiug'li only will fellow him to
remedy ani. lung and throat healer ever hii home iii hlie better land.
discovered. Guaranteed by A. H.Brake.
59cand$1. Trial bottle free to ar
N<)"ing to1 Fea I-.
Wher ,e ti Fv,.. -. iame From. IMollri l ha 110 no hesiiancy iln continu-
"Th .- was a teaewr. te.-chiing in ii to g:rve Gh l'heilain'= Cough Remnedy
Pry lor le; orh)oO." sod 11 a N A t)o i.hir little "ne, aS it cilitalis abso,
or% s, .oieit woe:rkfr.t "wl ce! II rtely ivIb;l g ijurius T his remedy is
..;i I,.. of fluow ers frrm one of h i
y i, a n' cf l;t-!e byr iThe fl I ot nly ,'.e Iv safe to give small chil-
rs were of all sor .-..- I t.,- .. co.C S Ire.i, hI C t !s medicine of' great wo thi
Tothou'se bl'o;os. sometimes simple, d L ri n'-ri' I world ide rI'eptation
ashioind garden flowers. As ia rul ',r it, cur iughs, Cld nlid crouo,
whey were so .....'"l.:t Cr h..1 e uoi. For saie
the boy '.i..nLt the teacher a great ,Iv all medi eahrs.
.ouquet of mauve orchids. To be su: ----
they were much wilted, but none th. I .-: tuiCJ.
less It could be seen that they had one a ..''.:in In th'
cost a great deal of money. The puz ,,, t ,;,. i v r-..t r it he
zled teacher as she took them said: t:,.:n 1 to b1,
"'Jimmy, where do you get all thes( ., ,. ..,\ . T
flowers that you give me? You don't I t L 'ti;n
steal them, I hope.' i.. ). i. : ht
"'Oh, no, ma'am,' the youngster an- .ip. i,'.:i .. .. .iL. .
swered; 'father's an ash rAan.' ', . ..i .,, . .'in
A Great Night. .,..
Jones-Fine time we had at the club 1;'"-' l ," .
last night, eh? Brown-You bet! Did ii,.': a*,,l. 1I: V.. ,I gre'
you get home all right? Jones-No,, I .,I x'. .:' i; ,a: :,t t ii
was arrested before I got there, and .* e ," i ,, 1 :.llt'..... :igri
spent the nisht uI the police station. y: "* '.ti r., I V. : plan
Brown-Lucky dog! I reached home.- hpl i ', ,, ,
London Tatler. o-,.. -. v" i' v. .
thO Inn r.T TO1"'t' "YOU,,I hIti'e. ,",,, s(
DO YOU GET UJ he's gaun ., h.:,ii d i'I the mor!'r
WITH A LAME BACK 7 and marcl .
...r iH :.1 T r- '"'e.
Kidney Trouble'Makes You Miserable. HIe vm .. ," t''*t ek'
--out ii.<' T" reels, gaff, cre:l-
Almost everybody who reads the news- -. vti ; .!4i "Peadice;-.s. FBt -hi
papers is sure to know of the wonderful -'e si ..". .. .,'rie:1 into Ihf
t cures made by Dr, om, e:: *.'' towardd him
L Kilmer's Swamp-Root, ..Fo :"- ;e ex:i.nQod
the great kidney, l ier h , it lit
i and bladder remedy. what ,: f
t is the great mrdi-. ose '. f ( C, a
cal triumph of the nine- "I I I' fro la t
teeth century; dis- uAmuI'r-- 1'. 1 ou sa'
covered after years oi 'u .hIa.: i 1, r t-,I:r fli,.s when yoi t
1 r scientific -research by -eat a-fi-h:..:. 1 ... in. A.,swers. S
Dr. Kilmer, the emi- ._
-.. "nent kidney and blad A ol Convi.
der specialist, and is A o1 Convit.th
wonderfully successful in promptly curing A H i n'. i,. i k th*' lAularnans bit
lame back, kidney. bladder, uric acid trou. eVt- i ',' t-. I l le:1.,l lv*.n t) or' t
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst '.r ,eC.(,ntl a f., r L Li release. All. t
iorm of kidney trouble. nie tiu:e me I a l.P'n i:l the i -treul an i a
Dr. Kilyner's Swanimp.Root is ncr.t rec- j.,l <,i lt.uilvi far forgo.tten that Ip "
ommnndedforeveryvhigbutifyou havekid- ., ..ei .Lnt r.i Ihis release hi
ney, liver or bladdr trouble it will be found 0t t ~ ..,i, :or .a pensi,,u on nc-
just the remedy you need. Ithas been tested t I l an faithful servi..
in 4o many %,ays, in hospital work in priva~ t.E
u u tU1P E 88ED 1 U MBERIt
b"Yes.' tn1 ln"aCs o '0: Whether Large ,,r Small Write for Price
brass 10atnd v. sa ,;i ,:: ,
0o s? what nal o c't I. :". .' r
-. h ":i h h1 O'u o- _~-y p.'-o". I--
beo a tp-etty : si't-:, L E. WARE, (TWAY WARE. J H.- ODRUMMONO.
c.in't si wg, wort'l a c 'n tIo':a
"LDo', I ,.,: t, to pl + :,p1' i
b' oe C 11.1C b1 next Coor ne:r
b 6- .
ow (0o ye vo"c-nnt fo" I
"I ( ,n 0t .....how fr t fO. ..
S:" . r!,._.,.", ._ .., THOROUCHiLY, REORCANI'EDli
ow i5, th-t I blew1 n1 1 V o- fa',
thirou-h he mothni of t:y co Met.' L RTIN -. VS M NER
"DIA you hutvc'a good vr,.- i N E
"Everybody said 0." A A
61T,,v..- -, ..H EADQUARTER S F OR
'*Then it's a great pi tJ you eve: ERS FOR
1,arnud to play a horn," rtl-'ol h1i5
ieilghbor, shaking his head sadlv. "I-
er-think I should have en.Ioyed hear- .
tng you sing."-Youth's Companion I
An Exp:rt Marksman. -r
The terms "Pharpl teihoer." "expert
rMarks:-]an,' etc., which h6-ve distin- y
,glished the classes of military riflemen
"re ofcen puzzling to those not fanilliar X- w '
with ri-e practice. To become s,
mnarksman one must make 98 Out of -
R possible 10 at 2C0, 300' and 50 a
yards. The sharpshooter must ge;
1C0 out of 200 at 200, 300. 500 and MO, O l
' besides doing we enog T P iEE TO E siess
tkirmish to bring his total to 225. or Th.. 9e 0dlIj w e SLI Bi ss,
two-thirds cf 'the possible score. An iF 8 n l u y tL I a
expert must d) all this and riso score FOLnded in 1878, and bult Up by tLe late L. M. Wa.Je
10 out of o0 at 3G0o yard and 35 ou- now Thoroughly Reorganized under New annagenmet-
of 50 at 1,000 yards. The latter dis- a
dancee Is more than half a mile and \ Solicils the Paronage of Old Palrons
he bullseye looks mighty small.- of d e
Scranton Republican. of the House, of the Trading Post, and of new ones as'
well, and guarantees uniform fair and courteous treatmeutf
Time to Quit. to all
A newly enlisted fireman of only' to all.
average pluck was serving at his first
ire, and the chief rushed up to him We Pay the Freight on ail Goods except Flour, Meal aind'
and shouted: "Shin up that laddilo to Feed to any l';ot office oin the Bay.
he eighth story, erawl along, the cor- ---
ice to the fourth window, drop down
three stories and catch that wooden
ign you see smoking thdre, swing
'ourself along to the second window
hat the red glare Is coming from,
break the glass and go In and rescue
hoee three old ladies. Well, what
e d re yo, or rs. alnda Akers, of Basham, Va,, writes:
,en tnd In. sLr."' saId the new, ut. "'I had what doctors call 'prolapse,' and couldn't
I want to baud In my resignation."- prolapse,
krgonant. stand straight. I had pain in my back and-
. . . . . . " "'h O I l d tN' a n'4 u / i c ,.. c-,r ",. >.. .. , . . 4 '.. . ^
V-i ine CTU 1.. a pUofUSe.
nation was needed, but I
ht of the knife. After tak-
ie of Cardui, I could walk
ny housework and am in
getable, medicinal essence,
ire women's diseases. It
*riodical pains,. regulates
W'rre us a lelher des.ribitg all
o"ur mnpl-.mb. anJ .e will senJ :.ou
tee AJd4re in plain sealed envelope.
A r,'w.s: 'adles' Advisor) )epaditmr-l.
SThe C h-i3iarnOOa Meiclne Co., Cr(.aiEd-
& -CLOAIVIA LIM mum T. or mw rac_ l_ r I
. ---l k a 9%- l CII ILI A a ) 1* t:
r ----- .. -.
'I'liursday; Ot. 17i 19007
nri.ii, latted ..:. 6 4 le N ... .. &
---fftt--- .....-2 unlxx,4t'det.. 40
Sirn ..... 5 Unco"t' Ja(p.40-60
Coi, d inilk, 'j cAi
re'i> .. U2i) Unsweetn'a. 10
K thr4 Sweeteed 10
aier i.n4s 125' BtRakling povYder
i ltckeri, soild 10 I'tyl. 50.
tl et, i Oil i phe I-...... 10
Saisin6 c Ilted frtit
lmmildoi, 1a\,eri ;l peaches .... MON 10a2
.. n .-... 8 Tomatdes... Stilt
i al .ci .. 6 Apple s........ 15
l. tti.4..--------. I'
N-raporated ... i a' Pl Is. ......... 10
lried eacbel Apl' t ...... 0-20
owll Oil pr .... 20 Straiw errie' .. 20
as.lS lixe '" .- .. 21 Pinp.l. ...- -
ori da 'i .ip, *f5 tOlililed M deals
lmri i. u 15- i.t Inei ef ... 121.
-y .30 Cotrne l e. I '..
Ii13.. -r.. I. I
7 -10 ca.mt t md Vegutaalle-
3 e p 'i. - F , 5e 15 U &'k e - -
a ..... ] Ft
ieny, glal 2, ras o....... 0 i I"
tie usle ie. ... i u pkn ..... 1.
jC~l.ilmli mi),"1< e'.a~-----------10
Fggs per doy... .. t"
ri ltOV IS10 -9
AL it 2X_5 D .8lft......I
Obelisk .. k ,. 3.25 Bacon Sides.....12
urix Muekal I '?0-A F est ..... 81ll0
Oiat M 4eat pr % 4 . 5. 5 irkf" stB aic'im 16-22
Cornt p l u .O, 10 lalx caniv's'd 15-210
btatoes Shoulders..... I I
Irih.... .. I 40 Beet
t'lv ia,'se oeed 1.60 Cor'ned .....
wee t.... 60@75 Fresh. ...... ;
I id1, pr .ack... : .00 Dried......... 25
'rii le ....... 5 Milk prtq ....... -l
e'iim. e .4~ait Ax,with handle. 75
wire do. i oes, ech... 5a5
h?' .1 i:4. rt O p .-e tCoL l"e'.p er patilit, cail 50
t.Yve'f cook,. I2 Li a d o 1, gal S@60
"ipe, per joitt 18
SRY GOODS, =
?efi.(, per yd.. 5a Checks ....... 5a i-
thectii i a ... 5 9 Flaninel ....... 15O4O
uslin.......9at Thretid per spool. 5
S:rs p.....im Sat Shoes, adies $ 1a2 75
:-.% in p pal l 14.'), Afe f's.. $. -4010 06
Svy p. cwt..75al.u5 ats pr u...... 60
"Tri ..... ..... .251 Brick pi' M 13 )0
Ik le Sims l.... 7@9 Lime pr ilh ... 75
S Ft( J I'T ud NUTS.
),.,i ,'gti pPr doz.. 4 Pee anls Ir l i:.... 1I
i u ..... ..... 15 W alio t s.. ...... 21
i hiAull 1 ,0' I.' 11 p O opened p1r qi I 20I
i1.1 V\ 't'OCi .
i ,Yr, e ... ., m1 ow s.. ..ve.. $. oi $ c
u. Iles.. ; .'l0a .,,- t 1 0 ."...'-. -,- 1 $4
''ei p. r I ke. 1 .5'i Sheep.........
I' l.I LT It Y
.ck n>u'-'l h .I0.1 0 G.Lc '-,e .-*Ich ;'. "
1.0llli\ .. . l"< l '<1- 4 P a . .... '
I r I i ft .
ti,'f pr Ju;. *, l ldlet pr htm '
rouil .... ...... 5.50)
Floori ngr, Ceitingl
t 'Ir l, ; i el 1e in t'I, f i' '. .. 14.011
1ice .. 1I2.l) Ficee 12.001
.% t ip a '8 < ^ '" ""-10
dpI ic I .0l i 12.10.i
lii'n I'ii i li "C C 'I't >
,' '** ( i'.Otf F iliAlViig ItinI .I
9. i I,, lt'lee.. g l'2 kerd, firstname.lastname@example.org
] e B t ml. i.. g l ,. -.U. 1 l h ',, 'it . -2 .1)1
it .4 1.5.1 I i' it l a 'i ,
1Akris OP i'1YIo, Cr'YT o( ',i-:i'O > I
SLucA CoAf .' t 0 1
Frank J. Chon'ey xuikes oath that h
s thisentiov partner of (he f'rlu tof F. J.
Cheltey & Co. doixi h.busiuess in I the City
Of To'edo, county tnJ state aforesaid, and
that said firn vWift pa y the su'i6m Of ONE
RU NDILEi) DLL-ARS for eich and every
dase of Ca-tttrrh hntt C.inn'ot0 be cured by
FRANK J 0rNMsEV.
Sworn to before ie aimd subscribed in
Ity refoselince, tliS 6hl'l day of December,
'iv ltt61.' A. W. GLES SON,
[SI ,AL.A 'otary Public.
litall's O.arrlih Cu're is taken' ini ernallv
drid acts direcl'l olx the blood and mu-
SOit% su'i'CtateS of tl>'e +.yst'eni. Send for
el imtn'oial: free.
T'.Aie d el's Fanmily Pills for constipa-
Tha Ojd New England Sabbath.
A description of the old New Eng-
lnndd 8abbath is cnh'lulated- fod' make
testiesa Childlren of the present day
and jiosslhly sone of their elders
thankful they were not -mrni two cen-
Tbe apblrth began Satu.r.ay after-
#f1i'l wlth Ihe goiug down of the sun.
u'nday morning horn was loudly
blown to announce the hour of wor-
Ship. Service began at 9 o'clock and
lasted for eight lionars, with an inter-
mission of one hour for dinner and
conversation. In the earliest days the
congregation sot on rude benches, their
Seats being assigned themu at town
" ueetlng. The Fervkle consigtPd of se'v-
eral parts. which are chronicled 1di anv
an( lent dtiry as follows:
"Prellninr ry prayer ox' Invocation;-
chnpter of Bible read and expounded;
p'anlui In meter. read out line by line
by Deacon S.; Iing prayer on various
Inattera. One hour aind a h-alf;: sermon
of 100, to '.'.I0 piges; at closeof service,
l,.itisinm: siunerS put on trhal, confessed
',erore ( onlregatio.n. Minister C. bowe.t
right and left. no person stirring till he
li'tl pnIssed down Ind out of the meet-
A Criminal Attack
on o.n unoffe'sive citizen is frequently
made in that apparently useless little
tube called the "appendix. h It's gene,-
ally the result of protracted constipa-
lion following liver loroor. Dr. King's
iNew Lfie Pills regulate the liver, pre-
vent aupendicitis, and establish regular
habits of the bowels. 25c. at A. H.
p Pa's store.
Special Report to the Buoy.
How is this? Capt. Jack is flap.
ping his wings; and w'o ~re feel thli
bieeze that simascka ouime of Old Burea'
Ourj. p., Robt, L. Studebaker, i
getting somewhat acquainted with
legal proceedings-he had one cast
last week; I d haFin 6f ~tefiue being
taken to the iexl nealtet j'linc s et ir'i
tiNe cotlivy and it w il! go to Wewa-
Capt. John L. Modlitn of the Cleo-
atra has rated a house in Croiman-
tol' and will at o'Iee amrove his tiotlher
there to live.
ite". i\YfrIirdtf wasg at his post S t-
tl-day frigiiidmihd S'u'ui-lay; blyt urrany
empty iiea'ti indicated that thlie eo-
ple of Croital'aitu' liioe tht ai great
chtIIch goeli ats they might be; or
was it tlme Cid sitap tiihat kept so
many iitople at lhotmlet If tie pieeach-
or stated acts, as lie is s tpposed to
havo (lone, siiome are lilikly o i lt
"itliill each of the furnace hat will
be hot enough to thaw theimi ont,
lM. ). Howlett (p. D. inealis t,,e
- mIni 'T TTn1'- i g- e- ii), i, t k a7
41 IJil acritss to the gill beach, Sui,-
F'. W. |IHokins la4 adled a fine
piano to l is stmck of imerchian li. e.
Mr.: IAtes, i ho is i0o.v near COaio,
Ills.. engaged in goverUlilent woik
ion the river, reports cold weather 1up
there. He has comtnienced thinking
Ot the Suiity othiti, and wants to
know wheii the railroad will get to
it. Akndirows Bay.
SE M.s er has some nice figs iiovk
ripening, and a iiinthly those budled
il an aiinnal in Julne, in bloom iful
Itl:e second time.
Taiget practice witth long range
grIlus at F..rtudale. Please point yvoti
lluS up t i'owaids Wewahitchka ill-
teadl ol ilown the bay.
Geoige Kini'ey is lthie hippy father
of a boui;ncing boy, A'r. Kiiiley hlas
bell away attediil.g court a't Biottnts-
s.pe, iil Reptor to the Buos."
1. Kiirvin anmil J D)a'vi-i n.ide a
.l.ortt call here, Satu lday.
M1is. jieorge Saturday came ill.
l tlii St, J .J .spml, Satuirday, and left
onl tihe l ail bu'st fui her ilomie ill
-' li.s. leiliinci ie:' niiinl lmnie, Sal-
ilila lit il a \ i.li t. I .i ili:iiina (.'I ly .
1.li: ... 1.'l, .i I I ...I r ,..rllm hl l.' I
T li e \..- ." f iicu lilil 8 'cial ilt
il>l imliil 4. M\i>s Ei A.C (aia iiy, whli
is oiln visit tIo her iimtiher. Mi.s Caii-
away i's a igraduateild nurse of St.
Luk,'i hI ,-pital, Jacksurfille, Fla.,
and will Iavtty shorl'ly to accept a po-
iitio'n at Blliunnsirk, Ga.
There was anolither ct'ake cutittiling
ieri'o recently, aitd Mi.is .Mabel Tayloi
rut the dliie. This makes Ihe thii;'
linte M.'i..S Taylor lia b. enl the lucky
iine to g t tl lie prize.
We u1met hi the school hionse, Sut-
lay and oigan ize'd a Sunimlay schliool.
Alr. I'eiitiiner was elected supetl iiutetid-
e it, A.' Allan, as.istait N iiperxlitnmil|-
ent, C, Allatf, secretary amp.d Miss Ma-
bel ''ayl'ior, teasiirer.
The action1 of diges-
tion is controlled by
nerves leading to the
Stomach. When they are
weak, the stomach is de-
prived of its energy. It
has no' power to do its
work. If you want per-
-&m eau reief., you imust
restore this energy. Dr.
Miles' Nervine restores
nervous energy, and gives-
the organs power fo p` e-
form their functions.
"For many years I as an acute
sufferer from nerioMais irtlgi.psion; at
time I was go 9dPsp"''lerrTt life seemed
almsFt a burden. -... tried all kinds of
remedies and various physicians with
little or no relief, until one night last
summer I saw Dr., Miles' Nervine ana
Heart Cure advertised. I resolved to
make one more trial which I did irt
the purchase of one bottle of Nervine
,rtd one of Heart Cure. In a few day3
I. began to feel better, which encour-e
aged me so much that I continued th6
medicine until I had taken' more than
a dozen bottles. I ari' very much im-
proved in. every *ray; -in body, mint
and spirits' since. I lake a special
point to recommend the medicine, ana
feel a sincere pleasure In knowing
that several persons, have been bene-
fited through mry recoznrriedatlons.'"
A. S. MELTON, As-ivlle. NI. C.
Dr. Miles' Nervine is sold by your
druggist, who will guarantee that the-
first bottle will, benefit. If it faill, he
will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind-
An Advocate of Credit.
"The way to get on," said the busli
Special report to the Buoy.'
Mis. C. E. Blooth retui'ned holne
Wedtliiesx.ay, i Llihe Toapon,,
MiN L. C. (Gay und children were
guests of Mrs.. R. W. Gay Monday
Mrs. Lottie Christ is spending sev-
eral days with Mrs. R. W. Gay.
Mrs. R; W. Gay rn',0 Mrs. Lntti'
(hlirist and liildren visited Mrs. L.
C. Gay Sundulay afternoon.
Capt. S. W. Anderson ain'l L, OC.
Gay visited Mr. and Mrs. Jlohif Ain-
eimrsoin, la~t uridmliy
John Pelteson was a business call.
or at L. C. Gavys Monday iuorning.
A. J,; Gay tnd M s C. E. B6o'th
made a business trlp to VerlIuli,
Capt. and Mrs. S, W- Anderson
visited Atdef'son on business, `atfur.
BIONWOOD, GA., NOTES.
I, Maiiv will regret to learn that, C.
M .'H:,,tz,'m our'fficife I lp ;t agent,
1ia I'dt l. M1r. Iarlzog i as hele-
wilh lit e (.Ceulral railr,,ai two orI thtl ee,
- i v '*-, ain. li 'i.ng- r iat l. i ital i lil -
liel bIL lineI t liIIe., i, either linime I.
exceed fifteen day,, and liniade n1ii\
One slight mistake in his mlnithly re-
ports,' ,ur'ing tIhe entire tiine. Thi
railroad officials as well as his lionte
Friends will tiou'otles's feel the loss of
himn. "Mr. Hartzwg will imtimediately-
a ssutimecharge of a large tuirpentiine
farui in Alabama, in -which he is
a large sha' ehlller. All wish hidm
Slucces ill his new business.
In a few weeks we will have to
look ini a register- to find a friend, if
tie doesn't mind.Jfor about half a doz-
0in or mole fa.nilies will change theii
places of residence. Bronwo',d is ill
Truthl a "inmvcing'gl place.
We are pleased to learn that the
Young Ladies' Improvemiient society
conteimilate. giving us one of thlosd
old time favorite entertainiimits, at
Chriistnmas tln'e or a little sooner.
W. L. English received the sad
news. Saturday -thal, his father, li;.
ing in iEnglishville, was dead, and lie
and o irs. E. lett initutidiately to at-
tend the bri'ial.
W. J. Ogbuirn of Coffee Sprilngs
liha taken charge of tihe railroadI of-
dice sitco Mi'. Hartzg'-.s re.'ignatioln.
J. Berri'y, alnotliher lof oilr lpo!n-
lir young iiienl, l iI."', i tited ns lim'
hi is gone ti Io w,-rk | il h .J. I.'. llil.
'l D.i'\msln lld lilinug the till Oe.i'minl.
M ^t'h i-.'ad t1.0 F1;-ing'j o.
'lb _' :. ,r h -l,1 <.,'* 1,;,"1 i;i "jui :t ;.sr
a i i',:.'," but s'e ; r-nmr iL:'idl about
three hours after the I'inhi',1 vas up.
I.:ttl- Freddgie had formed several
plans, the execution of which must be
postponed till the, departure of his
,mother's guest. 6o he sat quietly
"Dear little man!" gushed the visitor.
"And v.-hat Is he thinking about so
"I was wondering if it wasn't time
for you to be going," said FIreddle.
"Hush!" said his mother. Then, turn-
ing- to her gue-t: "You mustn't be of-
fended, Mrs. Smith. Children will go
blurting out the truth without thiuk-
:!7.. But they don't mean anything by
Strangely enough, it was just then
hat Mrs. Fmith recollected that she
xad on!y three minutes in which to
'ntch the last car home.-London Tele-
House and Two Lots
5-Room 2-Story House,
TWO LARCE LOTS!
HIGH and DRY!
N-ar te Bay aod PostoI8e-
Will Sell Fnrnished or Unfur
See or wriIe, GEO, '1'. A ILI N,
St.. Andrew, Fla.
A BARG A IN
In Real Estate!
The Buoy Has For Sale
,The Smuthwest Qun1nter ot lie Sounth-
west Qnuarterol Semin IT, anii thelie
Sluml i Fflit of tihe ,ontleati Qniar-
tel of Sectib'o< 2. l'uwnmhip 4 south,
la'unge 14 west.
Lies About One Mile North-
eait of Millyil!o
Forrmerly Known as the Mrs. Pet-
A pit'ion ofl iiis k.n has been in
cultivaxti,,r in ilui ip- 4 sh ;- bht its iixw
am1 i has1 leii' l'ing idle I or sothe ears.
A Uilt Ep Barlvil, if Tahn
At Once I
Apply at or, Adhlirss
THE BUOY. St. Andrew Fia"
Robeit I'rows ut
who, -for theo 1.at
been at t(nieti.at, A
on the Tal pull, yes t
S. B. Abbott uf I'-
arrived ou the 'Jiarp'-*
will take a position
the Geaman Aturican
lirs: A. II. -Brake a
retiltied hlione o0l the
day front their. s,un'
Miss Ethel Biarnaid
ing school %at Enonifi i
Saturday aminl splitt t.
p'-wi'e 's, retirlinilig t
Tax Collector W.
Econifina, wos in town
ing np delinqenti liceo
Henry S, i.-er of Or
down -to St. Anilricr
%U lii, l11iti...4 11.1j:
etell rdual', ai
- aw Wler withj
amber Co, at
her- Li'mmj u
Wh~lo is t'.'amIof-
G a ;-.' lelimf.
If you are suffering from ;
impure blood, thin blood, de-
bility, nervousness, exhaus-
tion, you should begin at once
with Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the
Sarsaparilla you have known
all your life. Your doctor
knows it, too. Ask him about it.
m11.. tl erp 1; d.a l actini, a.f thip owc.l,
nlise., m l m.li a [art.. ), il ,,. d .-w t pail ..,,,.| il,
eve,,nt i e,h _arspr llh ,r ,ni o. l c.n r. l-.
,lk. .'^ .o
t l e t? 1. C. %.,r r -3 LowPll, Uazls.
jj Al o l a'fi,.a.ctILrors of
Se -E' i'E cURE.
y n % ciERRY PECTORAL.
S ae have i3 sc're~ta : W'e puliish
____ ;' Fle fcLr r a ofa:, f r urmedixines.
Twyo .Anmr i-tnii tourists on their way
to A\!101! "I I..l wI rt- hi n1 iit -I)ont 11.'
l t I : ,1 ,: it i .l, ,i j
m^L ... / . . TT. . .1.^
pattuiro (li the 1Tal ponl.
Ben-fit of Peeri
E1 \-"-y oin)..- i,'.v i, 1 l;t
term '*n"L._-%E i 1-f lr 10', '.,
peer can ml'.h:1.itl ai ii1;i
tl l4 so v e r' i .,i ) l r l0 '; k. ?I
matters ci I il.lic .' >:i..ir
or felony i l'.i,' i.l
his peers 11'.- .. mii.t li
auy civil .i [;'' In. Im-,' '-..li
unless for ai I:lidi; 1I II
is exonmpt I' ,L '. 1I Il 1
ii'm y sif N i i 1 lin t .'-1 ill
tlice, aud s li' I II h.I , ii:i
pe:lalty i ll-. 1.". I h I
silken coi i i .. '- i,t] i. ii
Cabman (sitting ir.ili,
o' Idtmi,,'i1 0'C
%- '\'5 01
ITtri- -.'. ;td lie
the ruins of his ertb ti,'l brw-e. to drive
er of the bus which *.,. .'3,o,,l li*d .-
aster)-You -! - -!!! -
Constable (to th1 or.it '14-Now. now!
You nustu't call him, s. li .j:iimi es asd
Cabman i.n fr.:'y:-- lin \vt smash-
ed me cab an' Il.;ll-d n o-,'. an' left me
a 'elpless cririppl,' W'ot tI' do yer
expect me t call ini-ia 'owlin' angel?
His Dear 01,1 M.llheil.
"My dear old mothw-r, who is no'.v
eight-three years old, thiv>.'s on Elec-
tric Bitters," write- W. R. Brunson, of
Dublin, Ga. She hai t..ken them for
about two years and enj.'vy an excellent
a.ip t'-i rife, fe i- .. .trong aiin. l?,ps well."
Thli't' the wai' El'.'-ri- Pittfrj 'raffe.-t
ithe .. i. nd tiL e ,insani. l iy result-
jollow it, ill a 'x-i-o'of v t : in eakncss
dren lt.- a ie ,-2v-at.ly .-t' .
Lelm (u ai .t,..'E l al- 'o r stainitlu .
liver o,, l:kiit tr,.m l_ I a.
I I.4solutio i
Notice is herolv give -ii
nership heretofore exiAl'ng
Anderson andit T.- I. D. Gii
son, Fl ., under the firi iII
son & Gainer is thiV daiv di
tual consent, S. L. Anid
from aiid firm and T. B. D. (
ing the business and all tLe
the firm, who will p-,y ial
and with whom all outSttiin,
ire to be settled. s. L. ,
D.ated Oet. 5, 1907.
It'tlie c'p.in t -
,, t I.'et ll L. S
-r, at -\i' t -
nilt- Al" id>r-
ulved i,' ni-u.
'f n rilir;iin
ainer as m1i-
i:on Si;ill i o fl
idel ile nIii e .
ins ii N ll11m i Is
Of Application fI'r '' x Deed.
Notice is herelmr gi'"Cn lhot .. f.-
Drum mond, purchiam-'r l I'T.. t'er tiicati
No. 731. dated the 2.1 la-I A .. .|,nie. '.
1891, has filed saidi e-rl.ti0-.f in mim ."
fice -*rnd hats nmiale tiplic iti, fr la.x ,il,.,
ti issae in acdordaint'e % iili :t%,. s.inl e.*li-
-'ificate einbraces ihe i il,'i. i de. :i
property situats il W11 4 i, i I i i V,
Ftorida, to-wit: Thie in .1 i lt
block 26, ,s of sec. :,3. Ip 'J..-.1 ,5. *l,,
'aid ln ud Iiiing :ti-ser d at iihe Liie l
tlh i-mlj ance- mlI i.i'l ci c I itiil.l, in I
i.ineol F M. M. Mo'AteA. Utli smiJ i(nr-r
Itic.,t'e shall Ihe redee'n itic.ll rJ- u., Il
I m tax de. d iill issue l0il nim lu I lie
Isl Il.iv 01 N i''veiil'er ,m. t'.. lI
I itile s Imv t lheiiul iCeiii jll. and seal
[1. ] this the 5 tl d lAy o ,f 0 I, .
l'9ji. W. C LOc' ,
Clerk C 'r'il(-.,11 i,.
%vuish i lmgii'lui lCmrirl t
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o 1i t, I ;i '.il 1 :<.*. I.t I l I
** y .": T! li' l e n-
led by :.i0m iinM the route. but did in:r:1
know I,'Iv long it would take to get
there. The tourists resumed their
Journey, but h:.d 'orcely gone a hn.-
I*1, yards v lien a d.'-7t from the boy
made them ntur.
"It will tak. von \ ':)hour," caled tlie'
boy ot the ' o' i:'s voice.
Tlif i why the
- us that before?" returned one of the
4" I couldna tell ye afore I knew boo
fast ye could walk."-Dundee Adver-'
A Beautiful Buli.
The foreman of a gran,.d j!ury In"the
west of Ireland had been presented
for some public service with a go!hd
watch,. of which he was very proud
and as he displayed it at a dinnTer (6
the. grand jury .bets were m1 de Ib
mclnbers %as to whose v.'t h was' i nio7
accurate. At Inst some one sungeste,
thit it was impossible to dofi'e.
"Oh." sail the fore:nan, there'ss i
difaicu!ty a'omt that! There's a Sun
di:ml In the garden. and we'll t:'i!:eo
lantern and deci.le the l eis that way."
Stranger (wvateLing :1 h!' rnw in.
village' Inn t-) the li'alord We!. the
ire al g5lng for each other lpre ty free
'y excel;t thait big felow-. lie let,
every one h!t him anl1 does Jat.li'hin
Why is that? Lrandlord--Cl. lie want
to be mayor this yenr. so he doesQ.'i
want to fall out with any one.-Flie
gender Blatt t-:
The Childrenf's Favorite
Coughs, Colds, Croup and
This remedy Is famous for its cures over
a large part of the clv',zed world. It can
always be depended upon. It contains no
opium or otIer har>ul drug and may be
given as con.-ldoently to a baby as to an adult
Price 25 cts; Large Size, 50 cts.
His Cheerful Invitation.
Although Johnnie's and Willie',
mothliers are wari' friends, tliose boy-
are awvays tghtig each other. After
areeit battle ti:e victorious Johnniie
was uri.ed by his niother- to goIani
m_!: e fieaiis with his fallen f-P. She
even ,lY','mI to' give Imini i party If hIi-
would go over and invite W1lii' t(
come to that festivity. After muc-'
'rrging. Johnie promised to do as hii-
mother wished. So the party canm'
..;' it th e ii[i ....0 i;i ii t iU e n I i ; \i'.,
lien0 ly i nj, j-' ." ly all Ire- in'i:t. [iin
Willie (ltid ut ,
"Now' .l..h1Iuie. you I1dh id\ite him?'"
as-ped Jbhniii"'s inothor.
"Yes. I di,.d! Yes. ia'iaam. I Invited
himl!'" answer-od Jounnip. "I invited
hblm." he addod retlectively. "aud I
dared him to come."--farper's Week-
at's your fare?" a-4ked ( ld Flint-
1M-in ','. MeI'".' I? Atn'r iMy' aFL i
4 ER BTMTIOM
E. L. BUSH-
W9 B I J
ness mau, "is to conduct your opera .'.- -".
tions on a cash basis." H A IPARKERS i
"Not in politics," answered Senator HA RBAi M llV lle, iS r
Sorghum. "Promises are just as ef- romnoc, m xuiatnt g 0 RSowS
Never osto ro H OR B ES G
fectual as cash and not nearly so dan- 0air to it Yout ful Coor.
us."-Wa ton-Star at Drugt ALL WOIK WV
lgD ---s' Was''--on- c .. -, d+.o. h.. A-
was met with the stere,,typed reply:
"VW -ll -it. I will I.-- -" tr-i t to yni."
"Thank ye'l. yii n :-' v r'i'y l:.nii," '-imi
old FPllntsl;in. 1l'tt.-''iL'j up i'.-L pr"o',ket"
an'll \v'allt *, f.'. -You're tlji--e frfut per-
soI who e,?'m ,left me anything yet."-
An A\\nul (Coilii C'irel'-
et, r-< e ag, mn 1r l1ii>- irhl hi .1a
Ioln i ,if inii cun i ii. l.lci.hl htfl le-f r l \\i itli
.la il li ful C-ou Ih. s lit li, ,'J p l!. .,f eou llh-h
jn .i.' like ..no m ilh tn.1 \i.oopii,,
i AWuur. mi.0d l ;t h m -ui mn> i ht nrli, l ':' "no ,I I1,Il
Iget wteli at all. i e .t Cl.imi"n
Im'erl "ii lin C' ini h nl -i -l', :li.il it .i t .1
lik > L'n"i- 'l!i. She o iippm'ij ..> 'ii ig anm i
1 t, l .ilmut m ilid fit," ii i ip.I M% . N I i'. Bii a -
m2ait.rd, Blubakel'. Ill. 'I i lia i nitD dv is" ,'t ,
,+s .r r] i sale'lv iill ni .'iii ,, ..i i--il.
J. C GRAY.
neral Repair Shop,
East of Henderson's Storo
OEING A SPECIALTY!
IXAANTED. ('oiule uiml %. s.
0 E A L ER,
PARK E R. F L pf
Vill A.tteiid to Pay Ienit of II
and Collection of Rent for Non-Residtrb.t
8 U SURtVEYIN(, A SPl;A'l 'Y. -
A GREENHUT& & Oi
PENS ICOLA FLA ,
DISTRIBUTORS FOR WEST FLORIDA!
i I .,.
IN CANNED GOODS,
- 'uilyLJJJ~y~t~it Oti &LIOOYT'
IF YOU SMOKE;
TRY A CERTIFIED CH.eIiF
A, H,*B R A-K 19
u general 1I Merc hahndiise
S APLE AND ,ANCY GROCERIES!
Cooking and.d eating Stove
Sewing Machines and NeedlesI
Pumps, Furniture, Et
GIVE ME A CAtL!
Mail Order t ues t ,
211 West Bay Street, P. 0. Bo- 40T..
CASE; ;001S, EXP-R,.'S PRE ,PAID, "i'iSp ial OIFeC'.;
-i , I b)'- r ,)v ,1yl,le .i in D inis Dss ti-ll:
..' --.- ....
4 I I i Y m . . . ( p- rit
ti Fl ull ') 'i.t:-t ...... .. .... 7 -i"
1 Full QFituarim s.... .... ...... 12 75
12 Full Quarts (t'right prep'd) 12 00
!Wifllfiisi No. iO Rye..
4 Full Quarts . . . . .. $. 3 ..
0 Full Quarts................ 4 50
12 Full Quarts.... ........... : 9 00
Old Halitax Rye.
4 Full Quarts................ $ 4 20
6 Full Quarts................ 6 00
12 Full Buarts............... 12 00%
Sunny South Rye.
4 Full Quarts ...........$ 2 75
6 Full Quarts................ 4 00
12 Full Quarts ................ 8 00
36 Full Pints...... ..........al12 00
Bottle ... ......... ....... $ 1 50
C ase ...... ... .......... .. 12 00
Old Boolne, Exprecss Collect.
Bottled'in bond by U. S. Government.
I Full Quart ................. $ 1 25
12 Full Quarts................ 12 00
_~"Y _Ju li -.:l~- i mr
-- U' IJUty l IB ,, t-.xple-S (;0ill.- ,q-:-t.
)) 'inl in dl'rum'.rr.... .. ....33' 00
"QU HRalf Pints in tIru'm .I.... .:13 00
SA'ld only iin :i.'i-t irr ti' bxWealk
0J1 Ifrontieste-dr N. C:C'orn" 'hfk'' '
One gallou jug, Express paid $ 2 50
Corn .W Ii'ski '* Exp \ji s C'ollect. I
Xocky Forad, peG li ltte.. ;'.::.$ 1' 00 'j
-RockyvFord, per cas ':.'..; l '0
N. C. White anjd ju' .. i, .5
N. C. White, Bitter...:.. 2 00'
N. C. W hite, Fine'... .. '....- 2.501
Laurel Valley Corn ..... 3' 00
Itye Wlih1',-., jE xr 1ss. Collc.-
< P,-r, galon.' '
Copper distilled and j'og .. o.$1 65'
Q ueen. Citu-............ ......... ,
Sunny South. .......... .-. 2 51
R ye M alt-................ . & )
Hurdle tRye, Soe;ia'l .. 4 0)
Overholt........ ... .. ,' ; (0
Rich Mill............ ...... 4' 0 )
P lt ntr. ........ ... ... . O,
Old Boone . .... ... 5
Williams Prfva W.. S..al..... :.'.
SEND US A TRIAL ORf .R
Marine and Statonary i "ngme";,
AS COO D A S THE .E' $T!
WtrEN _N NEiEl) 0'F P'OWEt FOBR YortI iO', ';
Call on L. C( >. \, la '
PIONE DRUG ST
___ >I ..
- . .,
COMMERCE AVE. VE AS'OF BECK ST., ST. A-N iE PLA.,,
i Handle no Quack Nostrium
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY 00COMPOIAEB
D'R J. J K(STER, M, 1-i Zruexit- -
MALs1dY M A C INE RY CO RifP A
Lo, l)istanice Phione 574. 2' Oceani !,''
J acks olville. I-'in *
s \W AM1T4S-l \ (0" ) V)-KT &
MACHINE EPY arid SfUPPLIR ,
-'-~ep~teline (""""lm d- ihtT stdk.-__
Libev4ai tc t'fls. v. jic '61.CtJ(
Sta -''ea~sf' t"'j C-'slfiu
- ~.~ .L_ ~~--- ~nJA
,vA 1- jtj- - .. - -
W. -1 41
M 'aV LUnwisdom.
The simplest and plainest laws of
health are outraged every hour of the
day by the average lman. DiJ Adaum
smoke? Did Eve weir corsets? Did
Solomon chew tobc)cco? IDid utlith
chew gfuin? DiH the children: of Israel
make for a beer garden after cro:i;ming
the Red se I? Did Retbeca eat gum-
drops and ice cream and call for sod'i
water? Adam was the first and was
made perfect from he.id to heel. IHow
ion'; won'd h1e riomnitn so .iftpr enthi;g
a mince pie before going to bed? Sup-
po e hIe d (I" !:t i:i a1 be!i'ro:n five by
p w, !!'.'.be windows down. the
door qhnt and two dogs nmder the bed'
S'pp.,~.f vi'e hlud laced hbrsefi up in
I, "or"?. p-'t c:i t'ght sh1 )es, saf up all
h iirt of the night eating-her fill of
trash and simzlvod iher hair. WVhen you
come to !l..a at the way a man minabe-
1-iv'- hvt--n ve!f you can only wonder he
ever liv,'d to get there. Verily, the av-
erage ian behaves ias if he were little
htetter thann a foJ..-Woo.lbury (Conn.)
A Pony 3entincl.
During o:;e of General Custer's In-
dian camnpai; us ha had a boy bugler
with him who was mounted on a cer-
eus pony he had picked ifl) somewhere.
The nnlnial was not only full of tricks,
but he proved himself a better sentinel
than any of the soldiers. Three times
In four mouths he saved the cnmp
f: m n nlthr Tattack when no .,iheor
' ... .. t '..'i----- t',*.**
____________ _________ I
:;itti l diE' i j i d ",'i f d a
s'-nti-nai'l in-i-'' on his post. That was
wr'i._2Ti and the animal knew It was,
and he gave the soldier such a bite on
the arm as ea'ised him to yell out and
arouse the whole camnp. Pony and boy
both die.l in Custer's last battle. The-
pony had twelve arrows in his body
when found.--Cincitmwatl Comain.-,' i.iI
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 cf the thirties. And there
spal:e to her a"reporter:
"May I ask what character you rep
"Helhn of Troy," rh9 answered.
"What did you think 'It was?"
"Well.", he murmured, ungallantly
an 'uh, as weights and measures con-
f.-1 ,is brain and he gazed on her
:,, 'w ip, vrtions. "I thought' you
olu 'en of Avoirdupois!"
Afyoe sanding a lrptf-h and deseriptlon way
gtlekly ascerlain our ,piiinn tree w iett Ea
Invention Is probably patiemnable. Comm, 'a
tlonssetritly enritentlal. llandtnok on Lnai -
sent free. Oldest agency for securiiing rent.
Pateurs talwn through Mu u &1:j r'iyl ,
nl ai notice, without, ear,. In tlei ' r
.; Ilar,,lsomr'ly llii-iralpd wpoklv.
,m -,h iof any ?i iprin.' i.iir[.tl. Terrl i'.. a3
.. t. "r ininth.-, i. SuA t..yiil new.dea'er.
I UNN & CO.361Broadayv, Now YOi.
.anctlb (ffIee Q~-6 F St-. W'shibro-u. D. C'
KILL THE COUCH
AND CURE THE LUNCS
W.TH Dr. King's
FOR CSiOUCHS PRICE
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
OR MONEY REFUNDED.
ONE DOLLAR FOR
A MAP OF ST. ANDREW CITY
30x50 inchell correctly pht, tel andi
.it ,wing all the more important
.nlliigs-is of great value to any
S. ,:ttm',latintig puiirchasihg proj,-
iii, twu. It covers about foul
,. ,; t uoast line, extending east-
,- I 'nim Dlye-r's Pointt to and em-
Sti'iiig Ol<1 St. Andrews, with co'-
..iupontling terl~tory inland. Price
n'Te Dollar, at the BUOY Office.
FIFTY (CENTS FOR
A SECTIONAL MAP OF TH'IIE ST
ANDREWS BAY COUN FRY,
Shlowinig all the lands disposed of b)y
the Cittcimnati CutTn,'tuy, also locate.,
uHatrisoin, Parker, Cromnantoti and
adjSCn t country. The plait of the
Ita is not slt'wtn, but by thle ail of
thIII iap the aliiiiximate location of
,any let i. e:a.%ily dlftermineil Pr ie.
Fitly C'ent, at the Buoy Offiice.
--...*1 h_ , .- -
anit alirt, or. receipt of the price.
Our Clubbing List.
The BU'O) has made very ihberal chtul.
S.in" arrniigemlneiti' with ai few of the very
,eati puilicftions in the country and lort
tie present can send for a whole year
A i.e BUOYV tid
LDetroit Free Press (twice-.-week
MStd Yy'ar Book)............. J 7'
Tbe Fia T. U. & Citizen, daily for $5,85
do Semi weeklyT,forl1 55
Scientific Amerinca' .... 3 5i-
Farmer aulFruit Grower" ... 2 55
Viotida agriculturist ... 1 55
do clubsof 5. each ... 2 a:
Farm Journal, Pbilad'a, monthly 1 10
Cincinnati Enquirer twice a week
8 large pages each issue ..... 1 75
Atlanta Constitution .. 1 75
,. Y. World(thrice a wek)..... 1 75
Tlbe Co m ,>polit r ........... .. 1 5
The oriterion ............ ..... ,0
For sa a w either of the above publ ica-
tin. in gniectiona ith fthe BUOY ad-
er ati orders to H,11, BUOY.
St. Andre,,. Fla.
We over for sale a strip from the
southh side ,t the north half of the
northwest quarter of section 10, town-
ship 4 south, range 14 west, running
from the school house to Watson bayou
adjoining Millville on the south. Will bh-
old in acre, quarter, or half-acre lots.
'Te price asked will be according to
wdtlen. W. A. EMMONSf 1%
Why They're Trams Abroad.
"Abroad," said a tourist agent, "you
must call street cars trams and street
railways you must call tramways. If
you speak of trolleys over there, you
won't be understood. The word tram
must puzzle the average etymologist.
It derives from a man's name-Outram
-Thomas Outram. Outram lived in
Derbyshire, and, In the beginning of
the last century he Invented a peculiar
sort of track that diminished the fric-
tion between wheels and roadbeds.
These tracks of Outram's, though noth-
ing like a trolley track, were called
first outramways, then tramways, and
when street lines and street cars came
into existence they were dubbed r4-
spectively tramways and trams."
' A Crocodile In a Tree.
An. African hunter once found a
large crocodile hanging inf the fork of
a tree about ten feet from the ground.
As the place was fully half a mile
from any water, it was difficult to ac-
count for the crocodile's strange posi-
tion. When questioned upon the sub-
ject, the natives explained that It was
put there by an elephant. It seems
that when the elephants wade into the
Lake Ngami to bathe the crocodiles are
in the habit of worrying them and bit-
ing their legs. Sometimes when an
elephant is annoyed beyond endurance
it picks up its tormentor In Its trunk,,
puts It among the ,branchps of a tree
and leaves it thlre.-Londou Graphic.
During the rehearsals of a ranto-
mime In a Scottish town (Glasgow, I
thl"r; Glasgow has always been an
eventful place to me:y a child was
wanted for the Spirit of the Mustard
Pot. What more natural -than that my
father should offer my services?, I had
a shock of pale yellow hair, I was
small enough to be put into .the prop-
erty mustard put, and the Glasgow
stage manager would easily assume
that I had" inherited talent. My father
had acted with Macready In the stock
seasons both at Edinburgh and Glas-
gow and bore a very high reputation
with Scottish audiences. But the stage
manager and father alike reckoned
without their actress! When they tried
to' put me Into the mustard pot I yelled
lustily and showed more lung power
than aptitude for the stage.
"Put your child into the mustard pot,
Mr. Terry," said the stage manager.
."Hang you and your mustard pot,
sir," said my mortified father. "I won't
frighten my child for you or any one'
But, all the same, he was bitterly dis-
appointed at my first dramatic failure,
and when we reached home' '- put me'
in the corner to chasten me. "You'll
never make an actress!" he said, shak-
ing a reproachful finger at me.-Ellen
Terry in McClure's Magazine.
Good In Everything.
The late Sir Wilfred Lawson, well
known as an Eangllh temperance re-
former as well -is a wit. Invariably
took a cheerful view of life and con-
duct. In (onversation with him one
day an ardent person railed forcibly
against the ilratirce oif christeningf
vessels with champagne lieftore being
launched. Sir 1VW ilrt''od did i .,,t alto-
gether agree and said a good tunimler-
anec lesson might be leiruel from the
"How can that be?" demanded the
"Well," replied the baronet, "after
the first taste of wine the ship takes
to water and sticks to it ever after."
rree IVedical Advice.
A well known London physician at a
dinner party one evening was much
worried by one who was seeking gra-
tuitous advice. ."Do you know, doc-
tor," said his questioner, "I know a
man who suffers so terribly with Indl-
gestion that at times he can do noth-
ing but howl with pain. What would
You do in that case?"
"Well, I suppose," resrone('d the
medical ma'i, "I should l1owl wiih pain
NOTi'1CE FOR PUBLICATION.
DERARTMINT OF THE INTERIOR.
Land Office at G inesv:lle, Fla.
Sept, 23,1907. \
Notice is hereby given thil Elizabeth'
orter, widow of Jo.; M. 1 rter, deceased,
of Bet nett, Fla., has filed notice of her-
intention to make final five ye~ir proof inl
support of her cuain, viz: IloIna&iead En-
try No. 29524, made Jan. 15, 1900, 'f6r thb,
"w1 4f se4, sec. 24, ni jif net, and ne 06T
nwi of section 25, township ls,-rang,- 14w
and that said proof will Ie made before
the clerk of' the circuit court at verlinou
ti a., 6ni November 8, 1907.
bbhe illies tlte following witicp~se, to
prove her coittinuous residencu'u 1, aind
culltivation of tlhe land, viz.: "
J. B. Brown, J. M. .Porter, W. A.
Pinckney and .lames Ilodo, all of Bennelt,.
Fla. HENRY S. CHUBB, Register.
.gj '"Edi*or's fee paid,. ,,
NOTICE FOR PUBLIC AT' )N.
DEPAaRTMENT OF THE I NJlI
L .) O ,. .. t A ; l .. | 1 l.- -,
Sept 3, I'Ju.F
If l r|-p ],i .n irii,. tI...t
H r i- of BTT 7hea uil, h 's fild ij-,.
tice of his intention to make final fiv,-
year proof in support of his claim, viz:
Hmn .iebd Entry No. 30419, made Dec.
1, 1900, for the w of nst4, sejof n i
ot section 14 and swV of nw,4 of section
13, town-hin 2s, r. 13w. and that said
prool will be made before the e'erk of
the circuit court at Vernon, Fli.,on Octo-
ber 23, 1907.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon anmi1
cultivation of the land, viz:
W. F. McCormick, Wesley Lolly of Bay-
hend, Fli., 1. C. Bennett and Joshua
Mashburn ot Benett, Fla.
HiENRV S. CHUBB.Register.
Ig-Editor's fee uaid.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
Seat. 3, 1907.
INotice is hereby given that J;:nes
flodo of Bennett, Fla., has filed notice
ot' hi intention to make final five year
proof in support of hisclaim, viz: Home-
stead Ent-y No. 31303, made Jan. 20.
1902, for Ihe el of se1 sec. 25, and the
ei2 of ne.1 section. 36, townshto is, range
14w, and that said proof will be nmaue
before the clerk of the circuit, court at
Vernon, Fin., on October 23, 1907,
He names the following witnesses to)
prove his continuous residence upon a.nd
cultivation of thle land, viz.:
J. M. Porter, sr., J M. Porter, jr., J.
B. Brown, of Benirtit., Pla. aind A.J.
Gainer, of Econfina Fla.
HKNR-Y S. CasBB, Register.
QI'Editor's fee paid.
73y Hornmer Johnscn.
Copyright, N0?, by Homer Jolmsoa.
An up to d 'P.; afg1s had struck the
countryside andl w.s hIving things all
his own way. Owners of villas armed
themselves against hiim, and country
contaldes watched the highways, but
Raillcs escaped detection and contin-
ued his unlawful way. The male pop-
ulation for ten miles around could see
no romance in his doings and threaten-
ed to shoot him on sight.. %As a -nat-
ura] result, th.e womnu, and more espe-
ci!lly the young ladies. made a hero
of him and declared that it was the
most romantic thing they had ever
Ravensrest had not yet received a
visit f:om the gentlemanly robber.
Frcd Leon, son of the widow andl
owner of tho villa and its acres, rea-
soned it out that Raffles had heard of
him, his firearms and his eternal vig-
ilance. The other hoped the rascal
won(ld not come, but expected him
nightly. The d: a hit:r. Judith, who
i.,.l \ ,1-'t t ':" ","l t r' u ty v 'is n e r ,- ,
1' a wl wak up') a doaen times r.'"-y ni5.."1
:'.:- wihl fe:-. She hi.1 a r .w
nrini'.n h!;'1ds in her trunk, also a (ow
pieces of r.1ncinlt jewelry, aind a't,.
the ro)lberies begin she was Insistent
*;p n .goang to th- city to place her
viluabiles in safe deposit. A start was
made one' morning, accompanied by
hde widowed sister and Fred, and they
were hardly on their way when things
began t1) happen.
Judith didn't care to make. one of
the party -;'..1 was therefore left be
hind to swing' fin her hammock man-
read the testt novel'. She had just be,
2ome inev"csted in its pages when along
came ('onsrablh Drew. v,'u was sup-
p-ed toI hold a'l the clows thus far
iathere'l and to be hot on tbo trail of
a dozen mnore. 11-e stopped hil buggy
"'elil, tl:t fe"low gt into Wilku-
son's I:. night nnd fairly ela-uei out
the ll.'c .e, i.':-h there wvoer three
men Ind-two ', I;'" kl-1ping watch. I'w
hot after '.n nn4 e-cpect to get himn'
before giyh.4f. If any 51,uspiciong chli'r;t'-
ters should l'e seen sieqkiln' arromud
here, I hope you will let me know. This
here Raileo spots off his houses in the
daytime and cntars lr'i~ at ight*.'
1s the. c'l--,tbla j .;,ed along andf
I.th retu'-rno to her book a young
am il who h)looked as much l1ke Rafiles
as anybody el:e camer sar'n'eing along'
the turnpike' from the depot and haa
aprioacitd within a quarter of a mile
or fl ho ",". S iu !fti-, l i'vitI' thi.-
i' -" . .* .1 ,*.' '. n i .* t' .i
.. --..:v t .'.' I ..v '-' 'a, : r. i, ,
. 1 1 ** .i < ".* f ." f.Tr v ; t l l .-t'
I,'.-1 I r .*'- 1 i i ; a i lt' L l i g hi; a!l-
:' ,;-t. II. ] '' I;n i ',. u L.t ,.' r he lhad
i i 1. I' I '. t I i .-i11 lO 1:
r .- 1't .I|i i! i .. i t. t l L L. 1'i-'
the I.!-t m i -,L There was a toen
ruILi"t., I, to whether holes
should I 1 it..,r and the pris-
1 e*. 1 J a I st u
v: : ..w T .,hr son ..n twIn
i i\' the city, and Fred
".r,* -.' '.. 1 '"' charge,. UCnder hWs
.,.,.. con<'tb.e a
.'' 'ii t' iemer a sbaky third
S.. ed In a crescent
I r'i ." thrown or n.
"I, -' ti law means d.:. t.i "
s'. ''.,- il 4,' :' a4 he stepped back
.l i t -.i ri 'i v ith h is -h .i ,;11.
'-. .;. r 4istninee. Out from
.a -., l i : which lie had boeim
S.1 '.; '1 "" O'S ca me a demure
and po '- .v ; m nia.n '- f e( i,
'nd twftntv. y A'' one log look
hih Frd "I threw up his hands
and ga g ed .
"I:o!y y'.. ut ts Paul ;'
al >-, .t .* the we'e!t' yon:i:
bachelor" rt Ii'':''.'cl' Ie h ad canc
down to P.:,h '" I.' Agnew place
which : .. : lad tho (eaf o31
N11. J; X. ''- te>. f ill wr an .yu *
Of c "-" t; j' ll .nd hi croV
d:- ;'. ,t" .' i'-'e t'aul was intro'o uc
ed a!l ,* *i..j. of course h 'e 1w :,-:. t,
The A-. i,,.' ::t was not bauro 't tn-
tii a yc '' the "prio." i ,''
carcrie:d an .!. 'on iL. e w.ntdl t
be sure of ,1
T ii : :
ti. ,"i v ".r 1 ,
i i i
I) .. _.'.r
'ilit '. -
,:. i. .':. I '.* t ,, 1 tl;e b lt. he i' p ..- / -* ,
dolotrian ca-re to a .:i' e en his left
and turned in under the old wua!ut
He didn't act like a mian who was
expecting to see anybody in particular. 1-,j
From the front of the house, after gaz-
ing for five minutes, he passed to the
rear and then walked slowly along to
the stables and the garage. It was U1
then that one of the maids came run-
ning across the lawn to Miss Juditlh of tht '.. '' ht
and gasped out: ea-"L 'l.ti. tl
"It's that Rafiles, and we shall all we,-k I;. l,.
have our throats cut!" san.v- l ':-...
"Who-- What!" was the exclamation 'Th.:t i...
as the young lady tumbled out of the th:-o.*:.:." rl
hammock in her haste. gro.-1 a '"
"I saw him when he came in. He's leaes ti t. .
been spotting off the house, as your will ,.
brother calls it. lie's gone now to spot "40 1, .
off the barns. lHe wants a horse and la her v, ,
buggy to take his plunder away. Just of livi- t.
to think that we must all have our breathIe .
throats cut from ear to ear in broad autumn '- 1..
daylight! Shall I bring you one of tiher i. -,- **
your brother's guns?"' impre.=sio'n o
"Y-yes, but I never fired a gun. Per- mow what v
haps the sight of it will scare hira, the shSrtu' I
though." do fairly .,
As Judith looked toward the garage southern :.i
she saw the stranger come to the door L.., .; ih, ., ,
after evidently having.inspected the in- tt. r i..- the
terror. Then he disappeared again. It iTe flu-i: -i
flashed across her mind that he was stone fi.', i
after the b:g new auto, and, gun in stiek he hI 1
band, she made a run for It. The big "I t. I. ,
entrance doors of the brick buildllng to women
were closed, but the side doov stood courteous I
open. In a minute she had reached it, ruefully, 11
slammed it shut and turned the key. much of a R,4
Raffles was a prisoner at last. There his time on il
was a skylight to the building, but no only thr'e e
windows. The prisoner was as safe as first."
if in a village lookup. A. few s.'.:';d; Hsie l,,c.k-.l
after the door was shut lie bogai khck linity sop:c-i,
'i ou the other side. IlIs voice was .'rct '.,...'
ilso ra-ied in protest, LIt wa s heeodoi
inut. The gar.-lner and the secrva ..'' ,,, i ;,"'
girls came on the run, and the g.irdent r ,lu i o I \\
tQok the gun from Judilth. squared off to eniov t'*i:
at the door and called out: "
"Now, then, it's Tim O'Grady you'vPe c,, ,.. 't, I
got to do with Instead of the tenderest t ."
hearted and best looking young lidy '.,. ,, ,.
in all America, and the sooner you un- .,-if ,,i :-
derstand that I'm thirsting for your ,, ., hr
blood the better it will be for the both I ,r'. I e.
of us."' tL. .0 i
"I say there's a mistake!" came Iu :.., I ,
faint tones through the heavy door. i,.,,. I
"You bet your life there is!" replied w., 'et ir,
Tim. "You didn't think there was a ,;
man around the place who has shot \-.,h
seven different robbers in his time and. t;'I f i,
cut down no end of thieves in their hi.r.
proud days. You may be a desperate [:e it'!., I
.man, but I'll have you know that Tim- mi', f r a
othy O'Grady is desperater" ,, .,.' ,:
"Could we have made a mistake?" ti,. ,-:.'. ,f
asked Miss Judith as she caught thltL ,. i t,
prisin-er's tones. "'*i sounds like a Pi v ,a I t.r
2.1en1iumal." ,., , I i :
evervr a mistake, young lady," r?- ,. ,
plio'.l the gardener ano he marched h:. : c' '.
and fro before the door. "It's the g- .. ,. ,
"i nly 1,atiie s wejye got inside, a-'l .
it's lalfilc- who'll stay there till '. li,: ... .
boy cani ind and bring Constable Dr'- v '' "
ind forty other men to take him (:t .-, '.
and send him to prison for life. AiN.y ,-1.[ I..,.,
with you, Teddy. I knew that sol:.. ti'-t f
thing was going to happen when I ;..t ., ,, ;..
up this morning feeling like a hero." ", .. .
Judifhi and the servant girls wil'i- ,. :, ;,.,i t.,
drew. and the boy hastened in search 5,-,. !...tr;s ,
e-ertaln condition before
St was annonce.l sev-
I -0 his engagement t<
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I .i :i'. enjoyirn
I, .' ir 1ssion.
:'. .' 'ir, the vi
r I ', _.-.-Id in the glow
'.' *at idea of on
'u is th'mt you seem
. w:'.t to do and t.
- to it. Your mu:1Uan
-,.r a westerner, but o
v 1'. I1 have said, 'MA
1i .,u like to st:
I i' 1,- and knocked
' i with a dogwo
t :t the foot of the h
;: :.i't know how to t
'.v to ba nice
,' -'i't a bit of 'poli
Soni shouldn't exp
v, h, has spent mo-st
"n L I have been e
i;h-. I wa:;....-l you
t the s;i; feet 'f uij-
'-'e, ftr ciheven's sak
s Ith! _' l I nin '.,
.*I' i-' ju.':t a-s i ln s li
f- l th:it I dil i't h"
s. rll li .r t 1.part al".
lanni.' i1' t:ais for nw
e'. r ..ir e .l-ii ,'-h tld
_lV ilD,.'q -. I'v "- h'd
.aind -. ': tiil untiii. t
I, II .' ia 11t'.r htc
mite un1 . t+'.' 'l Iy.
hl,' at i --p
n ,; l,,: t !f_ .J t >-" l;
ine :; he lid1 n .ti,.ed
r v'er tl: .-stile in
Si ;.ma n ', h I' [ ,: -'. li-
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i th., il1 !:.
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*'.' L'^ii'.! i.,'i hy:r \\ L
of hilI',. w'iV I
and down I
a -iire th> I
rtiv'- to I'e "
sult in t'd1
lIg a (,c 'i
l'!d ,i.nt 1i,
that he ini:-"
An li- r;!
Teddy n :ijl
cation \Til !
and d',,.. to
of the n. a
to bio anid
dith st.. .I ,
constai le lv
and u ti :
I v:war y.
Wae l 't" .-
gal 1' ,, ..';
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raue. i.,> i
___ moor_ 1 1 A -
how much daring and recklessness. 3.tu
have in your disposition." Ilis face lit
up with a sudden h.i','.Lt.
"Ileap, ,:,ai::Lii',,. and it has been
smoldering for seven mobnotonous years.
've been in office, until I feel l:ke n3
fatter day Vesuvius. I'ni 1, 'I:.;n for
something big and real and exciting to
Ih "Let's make something happen," he'
- to suggested eagerly. "You don't know
.' a me except as yoi' see me. t don't
t',t know you except from their vivid ini-
pression of the joy of living that you
have flashed up'ion my rather listless
brain. I'd like to keep the touch that
knowing you has added to me. Sup-
pose you marry m-e?" he finished- a>-
The mass of flowers fell from et:"
i. tip to the ground. "You are certainly
the miost primitive man!" she gasped.
i"Do you realize that we are absolute
V strangers to each other-that you may
be a professional burglar for all that I
know and that I have a mother that
,o would prove an awful mother-In-law?"
Her eyes were wilde open with woeide't.
ers but the corners of her mouth were full
ss of mirth.
iroll "Think of your lounlug to do some-
thing unusual," he urged. "My propo-
a sition ought to prove attractive from'
)od that standpoint at least."
'io "It has-its attractive features"-
l he-.itatingly. "Marriage is something
o1 my usually intrepid spirit has never'
, dared. I've always been afraid the
ec man would prove not to be the ri.-ht
of man. I have lately become resigned to
ast the opinion that there is no right'man
at for me. My affinity has so far failed
"I don't Ilnow imuch ahl.tut i--ii:'t1ies.
That's anatherT thJitI that w,: 1,,r- I o0t
. of my tcurrli,.lt:1i iBut I do k ll..- lthit
S. yvou ai,',.' il to I i '. lile this t..rpr-z..
iU,, the lt.'av ., lIk: the tl i;lHe of tf..' --
as w oods. I rcn'i t t ::':..' !1 Ihant t, t, irr y
toe with me, but you are a part of it .1!.
u part of the l,., of liv'.i-,' You ra liat
it. Will you dare come with me?"
y ''," learned forward and I '*,k.- 1 h-1
,,. steadfastly in the eye. "I'll L.at -," she
to said finally. "I also have re i,.h-l. the
At p'.int when I ask 'What does it mat-
,d th'._' I will come-if. you want me."
I'll He held out both hand~ -'and -he put
hat hers into, th':n unhesitatingly.
I "And you a re going to risk it-with-
y out knowing eitherer I am a profes-
.' sional burglar or' a cab driver?" he
it quizzed joyously..
"That makes It more of an adven-
tie ture. If I stayed in office a year long-
Ate er I would risk going over Nia.ar:i
tt falls in a barrel to see if I couldn't ex-
t. perience an -,!t,.iin You aren't a cab
;.e driver, though"-she noted the careful-
ine ly tailored suit he wore-"and I don't
think you are a bartender or a floor-
the, "Do you think you would like to live
.Al on a ranch ?" The hope that she would
the was plainly expressed.
"Love it;" emphatically. "Are you a
c,'. cowboy perhaps':"
. "Not e,,xacly. I own the ranch"-
'1 He showed the first touch of embar-
., rassament. "I know you would never
guess it. I couldn't acquire polish if I
'.' lived ages, but the boys would send ime
Sphere. I'm a new senator from the
. wild and woolly west."
AND CITY IR STAUIA PANT
Corner of Bayview ad WyominS Avenues cn Bao Front
Glassware. Tin-ware and dOtions!
What you can's find at any other Store, comieo to R-e R A .C K E F
S T O RE ad gt.
Hot Meals at All Hours of the Day
S' 111111": C: up of COffee, (1. i -up or Te o .
Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes Spe a
STHE<. COLUMIA\ l,'roApiiR.-N P-
THE, COLUMBIA RnFN
X-4ii 'l.uI1 I LJVV
f'r a clew, then iy ten
S..t.il-l, goes for,.nothing.
.,1 I ,, t.!:, ;1. that it
,.:ix h,-re and .il.in the
.it hi1s re:;ulted In the
L'- .. ." :... i- -t an.1 d (d
ir-d ii the annals of
')-w1, moved on thle ga-
.0. 1 Ieon very quiet for
overgrown child. You are the essence
of youthfulness, yet you must be thir-
ty, aren't you?" lie gave her a frank-
ly critical look.
She selected a comfortable looking
log and sat down on it in lazy aban-
"0 man, man, do they teach you out
in the wild and woolly west that to
ask a woman's age is an unpardonable
He was filling her lap with masses
of purple flo-ers that grew waist deep
'N', the west is not artificial. Na-
"i'ir.1i il ,'l'it -.ily."
IHer eyes I.i':l '1 with pilro.i:ttli '.
"That was a well turned compliment.
I'm convinced that you are a diamond
in the rough. If youth were not going
away tomorrow, I might polish you up
"I'm sure you could do a great dea}
in that line." Ife sat down beside her
and took a cigar frodmhis pocket. "Yot-
have already done a great deal. HIon-
estly, you've done more for me than I
thought coula be done. You've made
me feel a touch of boyishness. I was
recovering from an attack of fever
when I camhe here. I had lost my grip
of things. School might keep or be'
hanged. It was all thi saine to me.-
"IC understand. I've had the feeling
often. You had reached a point when
your query was 'What's the use?' and
your answer was 'Nothing matters.' "
"You've hit it exactly-lil--:-p:" lIe
puffed his cigar and, thought how well
she harmonized with the scene-the red
of the gum trees, the carpet of yellow
icekory leaves, the purple and white
fold flowers growing everywhere. She
leaned against a gray tree trunk and
held with one arm the flowers he had
piled in her lap. High above her head
a blhck and yellow woodpecker ham-
"This i- future, andl you are the only
woman I ever saw who would not
make a jarring note in the general
fiotif. You seem to be a living thing-
a lIt of nnture itself."
''It' i y 'liiluy--',y pIl.lT.tite--a ld
if I I. 1i r v ii .-i e. -- ,' t -
r. . -" t .,' ;F -, .I -.ii ... ; ,: I
;" ,' .1 I., .:, ;t .: ii ,. l ,l l .': '. ',' .:
' 1 h 1 .. v" t it,"'. .r .., l'; n, ,i .;.* .* I
S 1 . .*. -. r, ; ,.:.t. 1 .... '; v : ; l ,
re'7 lt' L St. Anad(rews Bay a~olot Ce fdtlir. making the plo0w, delhiproir
$4i"..'1. ut tcIhe BOY r~pct' 6 6p m 6 botfo'Ithan this and will 4end thie l-nn
(,i ne ea i vid In' n itshone ortif -.Ii: c%'spo SC'mlplet e atIthe factory fut
pii ch ;aeI to pay fri'ciht
Tl'he.1)10w rmay hbe5seenin flopefaloti nat I 12e ditcv'., re,,idcence at' auy tiotr
1 1, P- 114 J o 1 *.
A A P I LLS.
a in S. T & L D. 5 i S. R es By by W .Mchl
CALL FC- F'?FR S.44PLE
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Sh lost he:' vi' color an. trian to'
take her hands from his.
"And I've tra-te'l you L:ke a schoel-
boy!" ih'-e gsi' ,o' L. "1 have :-'.'-,1 you.
to;.- 1 you. I avwcr would It vo treated
a sen or so!" her voice a horrified
wh s. er.
"I likedl i'." i'e sa4 i si ply, f't i'.-
to 1id t:ie Ic'nm ::; l tal'en away,. I
ii':c1 it- ; :::'.;,.;, .'!A
"ThL fo;liu : S.,l a'l?'' hItCr color
returuiag It' m ..U b 1h"i ''
b f0 l:.. at.l all," !ofiy..
S'. l. o e'l at t! n i" :\ j::'y. "laylbe
yon auro'elli too' '':" ."'' appeared hope-
laS3 of fr'- . a-' d ". ::., ; to
e', i.t t I J' ;:: .
mla ... n1'" : m t:,. ... .
S, let h.;' l.; .i ;'em I ; a;,dovSAy, h :
you ho,..l: \'.':t a:; ', a .. ,
t'.o' .:: a ; o ":t t:':" : V t . I ,- I
': ;l;'[l o[t' ;.:'-." 2.... .. l:' r' l.'Viis ;SA
S; ': 10. '; t I a., o:' ,'. !'1 .Ya
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V .:2 ,1 t: to ti:o *-.'..-.'f -*'e Il"
I,, ',ry anid r. il! .... ; b 'i. tl,..u.--I.,ndn'
Te. 'il .
*"T his It 1hi./'
:.:-' in, a thot : ;;u'l year' s v.-'il" tb ,oit2
i)org 't h ",aod, eve'.' i this great nal:'ul
Ti' l .o'ui:' it d been v.-' n i. ;i- .Itp
no '::i.;, ;.':oH'i Ol n 'co n' : Ntaw lt"
Wix .; ,':;:c ..)c'I: c(lo'0se .,, i.!I i1.. and
In o;'f, ;; : : \ i_ i. coim -
th it fro l av r il" 1. I r.ini 1
H"e <::i:,'i t f Mm hn 1- l t s :' ;l:t--th*
::':iii i!, had b ot' .,v',i.t 'iroit"'1 all
thoe '"' fog the th'ie' v,'iid, a "best'"
mi.:':i ne'.I; e;I<-ld.
"O.''g.''mil O'l'::r,:" he -aid, "I want
you to ick o'it from the i.lc:tlii'y anf
Six ili ye i t.'li, ,-e and go !ahead as a
point. ya' cwin have ,*rybo-ly yolf
wanllit -.i, c'l '-o0 t1he I. t .3oii know.
I think we ',\ ill b'.. jhi. on from those-
.t O'l ::;'":. e isvonrcbled the'
.i C ::y.rth
"..'..:i; .,U!:' h,' c.,Ihl d "M eC 'iirthy
'4 -.'~#. a
lariJitjve man ,,cw~y i CO '' 5j
an shtnhig in her ,'':-aiid the s-oft
scarlet l'p, 'iI ''.l'ahoptho I~-
Ami'and mNPs. tn Au.
Cockol'ia s!- 't o w
thle nea iscodm"'1-1 'V1'
Li.o utlwri ..o in' Cl.e \'t (1 '. i g '
-Does, i., e'-&' k"is' n II'~ e1 ;ik
Not leh Ae. l ,,111 ;t~t.-f~l~'i
bill with ('i'd :t 0or or- ,w m :,4'~, r
Owl PI' I'o '' 4t
'1 1' 0 I I I
But I-et d..inuger z al.rui(.iafhoth ounig or
the iiate. anil Ic an~d 'i l Mr.
'I! 3ioli:t'i 'I McIGinnis!"
I. r~~.h~t:v' '-.'indered'
f ile fun:.. Pig
L '~tI namt-,--.I.4. i:Ilki'
* ~ ~ l'''u ip' Iut-tof tflaw
I no .~" ic '1ire
I "t Fit. i r w 1':! he Iber-
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. 'L'r . ,n ' I .a 1 .' t of sIlid'
V: I. ,,
' .. " : i 'i. e':pI osion'
\'l L ..r ... :. I;,o ,-,.n 3u th e"
' .. i v ; r e tun--
|' 0y m': u ',ii ,' -e '.t ill perm it.
u .' i' . .-; i.. ied a'l at
u. t. e :: .: ..,,. .c, i ['. ,.':T'ct Its tom .
p- combustion. it v,' M: epsXplod'
with ,' v- v: .... n.- if Itr were so'
much i. i:a:nlie.
The g.e.o.y c'.:'s was sent" ou t tar
collect speci:mena:. an their teacher.
wa- to explain upon. their return what;
the < i.'* :.t speinEe:. v-were. One of
the boys for a joke c-r,.::r fin a piece
of brick. When the' teacher came to
examine wh'.t, the: had to oI''r he took-
up one specinien after anothi-r. "This."
srad 'h, "is .4'nr '.'- fi',.Ispar. this
s'n.aito 'ne a'ud this"-taki;,. up the'
pie of 1I' b i alnd 1. .:'r rarelyy at
t',.- 1 'c v'. h b r .:g:t it--"thls is a
pu;re for into'('7c '.'t"
p1rstit ; .t V'ec.i.ing Ri.-g.
\VYo'L ;n mwo'e long rag. has worn so'
thin a: to hrem.X, the ,~,,-.
lieve th::t v!lher the husband or the'
wife v'" '-'-n t. X:c. Th'is may be re-
gm;r-'ed as nm obvious -u,n.r titin and
Pi""'lelhs accounts for the fact that wed-
di.g rings are now made so much
tlhck er and heavier than formerly.-,
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'tI1 g'ar ee.v'r p L' , [,'. ,\ i ;_ \ e 'i r- *" ." "i -H E L
li a lt ld l t i ,n : o r--1:1 t .t H 1 ,; 1 ." y n ,1 'in
S.uer thl ,t L -li :l. .t -'h, g.: -m nm -.nt clerk put
il. s li,,.r ii t..." .
.8 is ibh.l';. '... ,., ,:_ \"g o nturh.% i ,l1 \ it ah,,lt e.r ;
I .;r ".1' "tit.t: -] Dio r Ol IMI EIQ'. an TOILET ARTICLES
tip nI-l itt i l 'hl ,I'',it, _.\ I vIar.4.
.h I 1 J T,' i n 2 ,l' : l 1 [ i I'll n ,,t h e .,I,] t,, Ir.. .I i, IT
,,t i,- .-:. rI, [I. ., .1-i1.. ,r a l.iu' e-r" do.iellty. e-OilMM HERCE ST EAST OF W ARE'S STOFO '
: < ', i. ,+ l ',:, .... . T ,,. .'e v, ,s a w -.,n o in t -,r, .t i t, h ;- O"< w "
e 'it up. eyes. "What's the matter?" lihe asked "
*;.r. 1 .v means of t! e b efly.
"r.I-Vi c a.ni n auo. I don't know exactly," with a proe-
.', C.t .into. coual nil tense of indifference. "Either the mo- eh a d of Guaranteed uri
) ,n- tit.:ve Drew. At 2 notony of it will drive me crazy or the If
tl ....ard, accom continual copy will get on my nerves DR W. G. ITCHELL PROPRIETOR
'. il meni and boys until I'll throw an ink bottle at the r,
I nm:,< of forty. Mo't chief some day and be discharged for Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of S| Andrews lawIr
II 1n.'.1. the dogs ready di early conduct." Srroundig Country
k to yell. Miss Ju- HIe laughed at her petulance. "I May be riud at his resitte.rce otn il'ne LAV \istaaveutile at flig't.
1kier a tree and told her would never dream that you were af-,
h.ui It wa:finisied the flicted with nerves. You make a joke -----
i ,, a.out on the crowd of life and enjoy everything like an l I Alfv iZ 11, rm. /< ..
ril a -out oin the crowdN A 9
-.hidis the latest anrr nfost
l .a owd.I o f,,'- ,,n' iit pleant- in th< garden. If
- i' i ljll t+.ble(; tl "' w-idlit, the block to'
1," u. atid the dpwth pir1, plowing is regulated
I... fcflic thi. ia,,il',.s A bhoy 0o giit] of eu
. I'.' 'an h.tndle it with l,,'f.re L ease. It ha. a
"4 in h ,t.... w. ',..,'l, th he eight of which makas
"* I,', li-ht of drilft. It has five blad'f : 1 i\
** c *' i ,. inolId, 2 a b ihovel, 3a sweeptr weedirui'
,.,, 4 .a bull-tongrue, 5 a rake. Wreoneh
"IIll .ifh plow.
Xe lhave made ar'alngemients bV
.,i,-h ,. i an fuLl nii this plow a'
Ithe a"t't y price, .7.-, wilnh'
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are ~o_ k/ ~tB ~t~ '_e~'
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