Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00195
 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: June 20, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00195
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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First Last. and ail the




Firsi District--S. Il. M.lllor, .Pen.nac ,l..
2d isifrict, T. P. Tali.il' eI-l, 1 ,lLackS ,,ll ,
(epreseuti es- I bt LDit ict S. M .S ,ark-
miln, Tampa; 2d District, H. W.
D)avis, Palalka.
Land Uthee-Ilegister. W. G.. RolbinIsn;
Receiver--H. S. Chubli, LGainet% ille.
STA 'tK.
Yoverine-Wm. -4. letlfuinpi: Se'cretar '
of Site. J. L. 'raw ford; ;'re'iimi ri.. .1
I.. Whitltield; Atturn.'y Ge-ineral Win.
B. Laminr, Conmproller, W. H. Hrt-
nold.t Sup rinile ideiit f l'illie Iii-
ItrIuctioln, W. N. Sh eats; Coiuiin4,iioii-
r of Agriculrinre. H. E. lMel.in: \d-
djutaut Ge eral, I'Patick Houltion. Tal-

Iu'intv-fifth l)istri(e--ten. Win. Miller,
i'uini WVashiigtoi.
W\VAsio'roUN CI0 NTV.
R pre leutativ, -. W. Aiinirsoii. An-
ilerron; ouuutl JnudgIe-, I WellI,
Vernon; Clerk n' COumrt1. C'ut nI Clerk,
Recrfrder OI'Dre-is, W. C. Lockcv. Ver-
ita n. St riff, J. A M.Keitheil \'erno.;
T''rensureT, G. J. Parilsh. Version; 'l'a x
Co01Iector, Levi Yates. Vrnron; T'l'
Asaessor, Frank Rtu-s. Vernon; Super-
inute dent ,f' I'1'1le' lui trcn tiun. L. L.
Prati,Varnou; S f% e), or, I'. L. Horn,
Orange Hill. County Conmoisstoners
W. H. Flemming, C'arNsille; W. T.
horn. C(h'n". Orange Hill; S. Strickland,
Vt. Washngton; Jno R. Thompson.
St. AndreWbs Bay; Juo. Simmons, Ver-
osetice of the Peace. John Sturrock;
N otvy 'ulblics, W. A. Elmions; Dep-
uty Circuit Court Clerk. W. A. Eri-
umos: School D)irectors, E. P. Maxon.
G. W.Surber sr., H. i). Davis; P'OHl-
Marter, L. M. Ware
Postiist.ress, Mrs. M. B. Jenks.
Postmaster; Henry Bovis.
?ostmaster, Martin G. Post; Notary Pub-
lic, W. 11. Parker.
o*t mistress, Mrs8. Haasellog.
E'ostmiasle, S. W. Anderson
Poutmaiter, Mrs. R.Gay.

Postmaster, Emery To upk ins.
*(ostmuastej, 0.C. Toinpkins8.
rostmastei, W. F. Woodfvrd.
S ,>ntuiiitreaes, Mrs. Dyer.
i"'stnlHIster, N. Hutchinsou
4uototlir e on La rd's Mill B.a on.

ot'Uiil Ia.-ter. 1 hos. J.B.. Luger _
----- ---- --
I L I il U S*
Methodist Epi.;cipal--.lChurch Waslinr;-
Ioi d le lil AM_'l UT1iI st ctiida, coli
at ., p.m- every Sunday.
Bapiis- -Ch-r'h cor. Wvominig eve.
and Oincinnati st. Servicrs 1,.v pastor oil
every 4th Sundav at II a.m. and 8 p: ni:
Conference at uight. Prayey meeting ei-
ery Vrwdneiday 8 p. m. Suind",v schooll
every Sunday at It) a.im. Rev. S. .. Loud-
,erailk. pastor.
l'Preshl teri.i-C-.mure"-h corner Loraine
avenue and Drake street; Rev. R. J.
McIllain pastor; preaenlug on second
Sunday ot each month at 11 o'clock a. m.
tid &.t 3 p. m. Sunday School at 9:30
f m. every Sunday, Jobn Sturiock, Supt.
aHtholiC-C~Cl 'r clC"riTIer WyOmiing ave-
,se and Foster street.
'TIe northern mail, via Anderson, Gay,
Bayhead and Cdipley departs every day
except Sunday at 3:00 o'clock; a. m.;
arrives every dav except Sunuay at
7:40 p. m*.
KEat Bay mail for Harrison, Cromanitou,
Parker, Farnidale aun Wetappo, leaves
St. Andrt8s going east every morning
at 6 o'clock and leaving Wet 1 o'clock, arrives, cowing west every
evening at 7 o'clock.
SCHi DUL' E OF RATES:-For each five
sainutes, or fraction thereof, use of


S-I.... E


Between St.Andrews Bay & Gay.... 15c
4e 1 ( 11" Bayhead200e
4, Chipley. 35c
4* Chipley & Bayhead ........25c
4. Gay............. 30e
Bayhead &Gay........... 10 o
For transmission by telegraph 10c.
extra, notincluding telegraphic service. t
The company will, when possible, de-
river messages on Surnd;a, ut cannot be
resoobsible tor failure to do so. "
W. A. EMMONS. Gen'l Mer.




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Washington County
N 1)

West Floridat

AVainst the Wortd,


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NO. 13.

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PULiISHED EVERY THURSDAY !,,t l, ic i.ii, viMi u- I',,,il~ *f nil Liii-
One ollar a Year in Advance. W III

WtILLIA mi A. EMMiONS t. -'.1 Vt.i:'111f .11d
Editor and Proprietor. lht ilmcstei'I. till-
-. I..h.. -...i.r.I.... I t."

NoA have come the -hiuinz days
WNhen fel i and wood aro robed anew.
And o'er the world a silver haze
Blends the emerald with the blue.

Now doth sutiri mr clothe the land
In garmentsflt:e from spot or stain-
The lustrous leaves, the hills untani,,vd.
The 'vi'id ineads the glancous grain.

The day looks new a coin unworn,
Freshly stamped in heavenly mint;
The sky keeps on its look of morn;
Of age and death there is no hint.

How soft the landscape near and far!
A shining veil the trees unfold;
The day remembers moon and star;
A silver lining has its gold.

Again I see the clover bloom,
And wade in grasses fresh and sweet;
Again has vanished all thy gloom
With daisies smiling at my feet.

Again from out the garden hives
The exodus of frenzied bees;
The humming cyclone onward drives,
Or finds repose amid the trees.

At dawn the river seems a shade-
A liquid shadow deep as space;
But when the sun the misthas laid,
A diamond shower smites its face.

The seasons tide now nears its height,
And gives the earth an aspect new;.
Every shoal is hid from sityht,
With current fresh as morning de\.
-John Burrouhi in tIle Ceno

Cheap Ice A=Pdad.
A 'p'cial Chicago di patch to ithe
New York Times. s.ys, ii tlie lans
of August Peter. a \V-',t Puillmana
nm1chanical geinus gi, init atryv, tlhe
lee Triust ImnV li hIe a d.altnger'1.I li-
val this sutmner, Hiie hi invented a
iu.chinie for ial ulttla '*il iiIg ice, which
hlie ide laii-, w% il6 .1 le Ai)i' to u l .
tanlce all al
IS iii op ti U. ibS p ci -
Iamilollnia 1. useled,tnl hie says hcT-an
IrcI'ze- water into halid cakes:of ice in,
ouli-eilghthi of the lime it takes for
ihet altiticial process now iln ule and
at a cost of i) cents a ton,

Peter'pl, .puse to builMi a big plant
at Sixty-ninth blieet an' South Chi-
cago avenue, with a ca;.aelty of 100
tonii a day, and nput Lis product on
the market at 10 ci hndf
pounds; less than halt there
price of the dealers in natural a n
artificial ica, in large lots, He de-
clares the Ice Trust cannot possibly
conipete with hinm as he can meet
any reduction they can make,
A patent on Xhis machine vas re-
ceived by Peter on the 7th inst.

Washington County Leads at
the Pan-American Expo-
Fred Pfeifer, the state commis-
sioner for the, Pan-American Exposi-
tion at Buffalo was in Pensacola at
hie Escambia last week and gave a
representative of the Journal some
nuch-needed illumination upon the
great fair in which he has taken so
nuch interest.
"The Florida exhibit." said Com.





li.,t *.u,11 v- mak th lie lbesl
show at Bufl',.i-i''" \';I thlic a-.kie .
"Tlio.1e I have already mnloitin-
ed," replied tlie commnisioniuer; "to-
gether with Orange and Washliu;to,'
couiitiec, The exhibit of the l:sbl
iname.id county is an excelloiit onl; ntn
other cuniiity in West Fli-rida Thas
sent Hanytliitig to Baffalo, and this is
iltgetlher duei to A. G. lChal;t lee,
who pieipared the whole thing.
"Ou.ir piunapiiie an.[ cio-'.anut ex.
hibitf are bodl whll, illy uili.', and
ai lofund Ithuioniuhly interesting to
those whose acquaintance with Flor-
ida is as yet purely literary."
In referring to the salient, features
of tile Pan-nAmerican, Mr. Pfcifer
continued by saying':
"I cannot pretend to attempt ;ani
colnparison between the Chicago fi"ir
and this, for it was my bad fortullt
not to visit the first n tld. But 1
can.at least say that representatives
Chicago men have III'wlyl declared
the present exhibition superior to
theirown io n many ries'ectsi The ar-
chitectural features-th at. gallery
-thle educational aniil l tiologica,
displays-are all adin ble; and the

" ,'n. is i[,s : 1',
k11: 1' k I IIti,'l r ,

a IIdh-lcal 1111an 1 i
that girls c,,ul i
however iut Lue t tr'y
\'ben a boy thl
crooks his ellbow a
ith his forearm. a
he works
should wrlst. '
with hbe arm
boy's arm is e1
The reason of L 1er
of anatomy. The ni e co
Is longer and Is set wer than In
case of a male. The long.. crooked
awkward bone Interferes with the fre,
use of the arm. This Is the reason that
girls cannot throw welL

Such Stwtt as Dreams Are Made Of.
The materials of dreams may be
enumerated as memories of waking sen-
sations, memories of waking thoughts
and new sensations received In sleep,
whether from without or within. Dr.
Gregory mentions of 4mself that hav-
ing on one occasion gone to bed with a
bottle of hot water at his feet he
dreamed of walking up the crater of
Mount Etna and feeling the ground
warm under him. He had at an early
period of his life visited Mount Vesu-

vius ana actually felt a strong sensh-
B SINESS DIRECTOR Y missioner Pfeifer, 'while far from be- tion of warmth in his feet when walk-
BU IN ing what :it should haye been-and Ing up the side of the crater, and he
had more recently read Brydone's de-
W. A. EMMONS, what it might have been-is still sut- ecripton of Mount Etna.
tDeputy C;*,cmit Court Clerk and No-
tay Putic for the State at Large; has ficiently creditable and thoroughly On another occasion, having thrown
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take appreciated by the thousands who off the bedclothes In his sleep, he
.*aid t', legalize acknowledgments, dreamed of spending a winter at Hud-
etc.,taywhere in Florida. Special at- are every day passing the gates of son's bay and of suffering distress from
tention given to land conveyances and the great exposition." 4 the intense frost He had been read-
to marriage services, and license issued When asked what sort of an ex-ing a few days before a very particu-
to law6ilv qualified parties. O0ice at lar account of the state of the colonies
the BUOY Olfice, St. Andrews Bay. hibit the counties had sent up, Mr. during winter.--Cassell's Magazne.
WM. H. BARTELL, Pfeifer replied:
NOTAIAY PUBLIC, ST. ANDRSWS BAY, FLA. The unties of DeSoto andPolk The lte sark.
Having had eight ears experience in The shark of sharks, the real "man
executing Quarterly Pension Vouchers have done themselves the greatest eater" and the one most dreaded, Is
for old soldiers and soldiers widows;
also, papers for increase of Pensions, I credit, but too many counties, I re- the white shark. This variety reaches
am now prepared to attend to all busi- great to say are entirely unrepresented. a length of 35 feetand a weight of
n rmt that a requiretheser- 2,000 pounds. Its bead is long and
es pro tl that may require e Our grape-fruit exhibit is especially flat, and the snout far overhangs the
vices of a Notary.
c . KETR, fine, It is attracting any amount of mouth. Its six rows of teeth are sharp
DR. J.J.ESTER, attention, not only fromoutideras lancets and notched like saws. Its
Hoeopathi Physician n Acattention, not only fomoutsidersmouth is very large, so that one has
coucher. OfficePioneerDrug Store, and casual observers, but from ex- been known to cut a man's body corn-
corner of Shell avenue and Michi- pets as well. One Northern dealer pletely in two at a single snap of Its
gan street, in Florida fruit asserts that he could cruel Jaws and anotbeSto swallow one
St Andrews Florida at a gulp. Near Calcetta one of these
Easily afford to give $10 a box for at sharks was seen to swallow a bullock's
DR. WV. c. MITCHELL, least 100 boxes of grape fruit, and head, horns and all.
Sihyvician and Druggist, Commerce at. From the stomach of another a bull's
ea.t of Bayview, Offers his professional $6 per box for oranges, and ho i by hide was taken t~lre, and the sailor
services to the citizens of St. An- no means alone in his opinion. who made the Iscovery Insisted that
rews and viciit. Residence on Bue "I addition to orange contin- the bull ha cu swallowed hol
Vist atvenne rx and al At the hide haid been dl-
W. H. PARKER. ned Mr. Ffeifer, "our exhibit covers gestm the stomach of another
Notary Pnhltc Iroduce as diverse as can well be im- wi a lady's workbox, tilled wl
For the S.ate of Florida at large. agined, and includes choice he usual contents,. scors and all.
S Office at Parker. Fla. arae 8 I s commonly the white shark wl
Conveyancing anti payment of taxes for n of u cha as follows the vessel atsea day after
aon-residejnts, specialties. sugar cane, limes, tianas, lemons and week after wee.

List of Teacher or Washington County, for i'-,

School Y Commcncing July 1, 1901.

.11 II[;i. .\.Parker, I';
M l 1'. It, . ... .. ....... .. ..
Si., I ll .. S.ti .. .. .... ... ..... .. . .
M. iis I . . . . . . . . . .
Xjj-- j t 1 r- .

li. L--. Ii.., . ............. .., .
li Gai n r. ........... .... ..... .................. ........ e.
. h, .il. . ..Vernon,
.. . ............. ...... ......... V ernon,
W Horn .. .... . -... ................................. .Oranfe y ill,
V ,Tn. G in... .. -... --. -. ... ......... . .. .. .... .Dunc.ani "'i
H.. RBh.n. ........ .......................... .
R. .. . .... ...... .. .. .. .. .... ..
iMr-. K. ,Cark hu ff ............. ........................... Bonifay.
lMi .lanrie HIlm,. .......... ........... .. Millille,
.li s L .uile JordLan. . ...................... .... ..... . hip
TII11- 1P.;['ADE.
M is s (ena Gainer ....... ... ....... .. .. ..... ....ri ng H ill.f J.
M iss Genite Gulleir ',. ... ... ... .. ............. T tn ipkin,. .;
R I. Roche.......... .. .. .............. . ... .. ..... Vernon,
Miss Laura R uss,........... ..... .... ............... .... ,
L L Charles, . ....... . ............. ... .. ...... Car illo,
J. W. Bowen,... ....... .............uu.......a.......Duan, "
B, F. Gainer,.......... .. .- ...... ....................... Chipley,
T. B. D. Gain.-ri ............ .. . .. ...... Econtina, "
L. L. PRATT, Couaty Sult. Pub. Instruction.

Rules Relating tTeacliers.
All Teachr.'. art required by the School .;Iw.f the StAt.i f Or 'lrid 1, p1asH a
satisfactory examine ;tii o In i:for,. th-i' slalal. ......iv an all.nt'illin'iin tooa:nv scl.ool.
Exal.ainjatllon will he li-I 111iil 'l'ii-d1 fit. i tle first Monday in Juilnri I : l ip.
member* (School law.)
r r .. .. .

Nd@ubstitutes shall be allowed a teacher, except by the approval of the Su-
Teachers shall attend, and ifi required, shall take part in all teachers' meet-
ings, educational meetings and associations appointed by the Board or called by
the Superintendent. Teachers failing to attend, without sufficient excse, will
not be re-employed by the Board.
iTeachers must observe, apply and enforce the foregoing rules and regula-

G. B BUSH, Chairman of Board

Peculiarities of Caraeni.
"The morning after our arrival at the
hotel in Caracas," says W. E. .'urtis, "I
called for a glass of milk while dress-
ing. On every subsequent morning
during our stay a glass of milk was
brought to me at precisely the same
hour without instructions, and al-
though the servant was told several
times that it was not wanted she did
not appear to understand and contin-
ued to bring it just the san46
"In the hotel were electric bells. The
first day I rang for something, and a
certain boy answered the summons.
The next rin,'rliug 1 ran again and
again, and no one rcspon 1. Finally
I went into the dining roo and found
thlme half a dozen servan..n
"-'lidn't you hear m wl1i riugt'' I
as I l.
"'Si. senor' iye., sic", vaS tlr reply.
"'Then whyb dild't yIo' t ,.v Y r-r It?'
"'The boy that answers y' r excel-
lency's hell has gone t with
the a.nager.'
t you knew be w ere. and
yo nould have comr i place.'
,senor. Jt is hi cuptiaon to
c lI.S i 'iell. I aJ their bell of

L. L, PRATT, Sec. and Supt.

Irish Lacemalkng.
After the famine of 1847 lacemaking
was revived In Ireland. Limerick, the
most successful Irish lace, is not real-
ly a lace at all. It is tambour work up-
on net and muslin.
The Irish point, so called, is the an-
cient cut work, being made in quite the
same way.
Net was first made by machinery In
1708. The machine was an adaptation
of the stocking loom to lacemaking
and was cumbrous and not very effect-
ive. In 1809 .lohn Ieathcote, a farm-
er's son. evolved from consciousness
and experience the first nm hine to
make true bobbinet with perfect six
sided holes. It brought a great hue and
cr:.' about his e:ir.s from laceworkers,
who fancied they saw themselves thus
redue4 to t-,ggary.
Tbe Luddlitue broke into the factory
where the machines were first set up
and made scrap iron and kinlung wood
of tbern. The only result waa to drive
the new manufacture to other and
safer lt(jiirters 'For long the secret of
the niachloe's construction was most
Jealously guarded by English manufac-
turers. Not satisfied with letters pat-
ent bhey kept tup a coast patrol to make
stre tlint nobody took model or draw-
IDog" o r.irance.
At last. tliough, they were outs IttlJ.
A dlsehbn'r-'l wivorkmnnn wh had the
pli: of it In i In-, minl ntmanagm-d to get
sa. ove-r bLa and build a machine in
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double a1 c rwp arr.

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ya r i I t- int ii ,; ;;. ,j..:,iT..]
S .t'I h 1 ,
PI. i -', i, at r.i, lF x 1 0l -
,we ;- art r :; , .I ,' j' .k
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h ." r '1, .. .t ; .] .. i -

to ( V' ite '-' .il :o'I V.'n1r.';) '- i ., ,
1, tr.: v irc e ;'t i! r. itr ,. "3' r"'!"
Jn l r .,1'?" *'..- '; i r att :-h thillo'." ";1.._'

o nr 1 \i-!j" n I :I-'.l A '. it l p I
v e ,'..! .i .- t p -< ;
i .v i mrs. 'I?..rry oliy '!,,I ;ld.; r.i.

froimthn will a .r -i mrt--. n '." my
oJan. hedrooi. whi )wal holgh ry. a ri

s t t ite ti ndx smoldtinga:3
frtonu :at i ,t. t "Iir th'l sti'r ts I arI g.
to fill. Io':t r pI' riu :ntt catee. in ': I-
t'ie .,.' I .. . :: tnd a ? th artl ..:

ct'd.rnt oher i th. ''t

-We are going." seip said, "to walk
In the C aniere. Itd hrlt be great fuir

Comrn. atong." n
one al)oltg? Of outlrse I would! I
from t'), rtile H i;n:.,r wont In',) my

io'n Icdooh whu c \;s high pat and a duo

aind on rusltg tafonm I my room ObsetV-
si t slt rone gvwindw sanwklthn a lifta-
sta tten. iThr wa a ns lo. g s in k-
nori Ot attend iw ,te. anti ysad not nrio
lw th it bgvior or meari of people. lgoin
t'ip or clown. 'v t the thought st
"'VWh'e rt, you Sff to?" 1 (:;enlo

down. to a her.
a"We arTe going." s aad. "to walked.
n the redtooere. Ieat andl be great uu
Com,. along:"

rope.Te liog? Of coudrs Icend. Dark-
ness, bed y t andly for a moment or two
and then another rom my room on--ernt

the darkness again. Suddenly I felt
that the seat I was and occupying wa lfts-

ing its horizontal position. It sunk on
stationary. There was grievno as in k-

ing, scraping, crushing and then stop-
or anya way between two land not n
treed It before or heard of people going

up or down. laces the machine hadht struck mmova-
me may as w e time will bst
paved Thcourse t wains was unlockward,
entered, took a seat and pulled the
rope. The lft began to descend. Drk-out
ness, but only for a momenght be a longer twob.
Iand the anor chgrating,oise and onclnto
the darkness agaln. Suddenly I felt

that the seat I was among thioccupyng was lonot
ing its horizontal position. It sunk on

near a grating. But there wa grievous somreak-
ing, rumbling and shouts and thoughen stop. In
page. ort time, however, all way between two landing
had not called out, for I was aniimmova-
bly fast.

Of ow e waste wcol and not disturbed, but
byere watri accidpparent of the sort. In-
deedlrm. I knew I should get out mok-

ing, for I had a fusee and a cigar case
with me. As there was no vent, how-
evme, but till t lighting up till h rob.
I did not hear much noise and conclud-

ed I was among at hand. I did not
wishnear a grating. Butler there wa some
humbling and shouts a I thought. Ine
will get me, however, allnd was still. I
smnot called oking."ut, for I was anxious
occurred to show was cool and not disturbed
by a trifling acedent of the sort. In-

deed I had then.d to come out sure they
ng, flookor I ad a fu" e and a cigar ase
with me. As there was no vent, how-
ever, I put off lighting up till say re-
lease was near at hand. I did not
wish the air to be closer than it was.
I had gt thought vaguely, "They
will get me out, and I will emerge
simoking." BBut two things abruptly
occurred to me, "How will they get you
out?" and then. "Are you sure they
riU! look .for nou?". By heaven!. ..T'tl|l


pirsins to the room. It wai"-TViir
daylight. A foreign doctor, wbo spoke
English with an accent, felt my pulse..
HRe will do now." he said to the otb-,
era, and, turning to me, added, "Youl
havel hadi sqiqi :iak."
"I niurt get up." I lsati. "The steam-
er goetr at Ioonn."
There wa a laugh.
"It is 1'.,rg paist noonn" saiil the land-I
lord. %hl.) was ii plyglot. andi a young
man, an interpreter who attended theta
trains, put in, with a grin. "I saw thej
steamer with my eyes pI.es Chateaon
d'lf andl a long tall of smoke follow-
I seoon liarinell that I had taken an
ovrdultise of chlor,l. was dirlovered in
a prufuund sturpr and could not be
nwa.ened. Dr. C'hrry had done every-
thing for rum. The Mt-isengerlhs steam-
er was going the next day. and the P.
and 0. agent had transferred my pas,
sage most kindly to the French boat.
Dr. Cherry had called In Bernar-
do, a local doctor, and Intrusted my
case to him. My pulse bad been cnre-
fully watched and suitable measures
taken to Insure me agaltst fatal ef-
By the way of cheering me the in-i
terpreter said: "Your friends have lord
one comrade and got another. A gen-i
tleman arrived from Paris early thla
morning. He was aggrieved at your ao|
cident and accompanied your good doe-i
tor and madam and the young lady
on board the steamer."
"What was his name?" I asked.
"I cannot say his name. It will be in
the book."
"Do get It."
The book was brought. Behold thel
entry, "Jan. 2, from London to Bomn
bay, M. Mackintosh, renterr"
"Confound.the fellow!" I bawled out.]
"He must have changed his plat ati
the last moment Bandbo I Prtf -' -
Iltruder! Oh, that lift!"
"You are better." observed ae t-".
terpreter, "but you must not overdo."

A Dta clty Rate-ao .
"Dickie, when you divided those flvei
caramels with litrt sister, did you glrve
her three?"
"No, ma. I grresed they wouldni
come out even. ; e' one 'fore I be
to dlvide."-uck.
The climate of northern OntarIb' !t
not unlike that of rtorth'ern Europe, ans
its soil is equal to that of many thickly,
peopled portfns of the' old world.
.. ~ .

Only 50 Cents
to make your babystrogra &d"
ell. A fifty ,at bottle '

Scott's imulsioS o
wilI change a sickly bojiy 9V
a plump, roWmpln obId ....
Only one cent.aiday, think
of It. Its as nice as creami.
Scndforafree f.mr-le,andty. It.
-)T4 r P&iit ycl Vork.
'4oC9 rv~ ,-.-r m .vork.

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I cannot say that I tb-ougbt mni:h of
Mackint-sh. 114! s'eti-d td, me a gri7ait
prig. Gooid looking' !Well. yea. in a
barber's I'loeli -Sort Ot f u a.-url4.. ]l
ed hair, riink 'tuploxioti. v hlte teeth.
Ilis teeth wvere gotid. I inoll Rsay. anti
when he swiIluid lil. ups-:mrsI~'rt \)vried
from that of a skill to that of a dug
out of ternpp r aboul t 'nes. In thIe
suninier I lind nio Tin. ned Mrs. Cbir-
ry, who ;xrv frt'ivij-!-s ot minit'. v lvnd
been at r-elhi ''nov tot'*t! r. They
'r'i' Fgoing uu. 'again In I'el-m-nbwr rndi
inti';tiili '1 tto Il he t bor 'inl-.i2 ter I lit-mu
with 1.1t. She %n' nu ii'i1athv
-Wee gi 1. wt il) .!tt1. it[ all.] l~lul. e,'yes
and a low. 'ueli'al vo., ei ni uslit say
I like blondes, and a ha r h voiue is
Onle Of iiI V *I"SS~~IOai) Ud I SlLw fagool
deal ,if ler and 811, s 11 hai, -i ci uyi.-Irc'
only luaLiuto-bh ik:as m~i:,wr In tLe
Froiu vor. I ounal out th aItmy
fricnds proposed t-, gn It. a .Ila t lv thyie
sti'ainer liea'.lng M '~I n.l.ti 2
And thbot wus ji -1Till' -nit' irin Ivve
w3S, lip. It wn -Z Ill illo av, %% 1Arn
one st':m'r f frr.'u i.Inthliniirroln

Me a tn-P. wtl 2' t 5' lln l Jg l.'O I i.

I!iil~a it r ;r ~ie Cah.t r nlve. I

M--Ih- Ill I!)#.1 inptn" 'l E, Iw
li. N H I'l -ill S.' 11 0.arl-lp-."n I.i

'i ri-'I.r a iT:l 'You w- -uld !i, u i'tet'

I:r- hlr1r-1,I t %Ia.: i ti t r nd iis 'ent
Cdi I i t lit I !;.-'~
I tra vwn.j j', n frai l, enuorIs n s
hei,.ur.lv itcan t ,, g i v.' 24 to n ln4S oI

r i-- In li;,21%ill ann tinq.

gi vo z.,Ir toN the Neit'
Fla,*., ''O'i'ici a if.

Slater Idea 1'ca:me n serlou. The liftl
nniut have been uut or repair, unlit for
use It was carelers- to leave the grat-
Ing itklucked. Itut still there was nd'
attendant, as there would lurye z edl
If the thing had ti.-eu in uwrl :rg trit.1
SThey might perLups thuir the Ift pasts-
led downL or its own acIuril and that
1io uUon was In It.
SIn point of Ifa't thi s was so. Thei
Che'rrys, It seemed. walked slowly ozi
and. as I did n,,t follow, thought I wasl
engaged' and billed tbhemtulves about
the ilrtT" .'r thie streets. No one was
I .I 1 entered the machine, and
lit ad sunk away once before, It wan
said., without any out touhlug It, and
Ind-ee It was disvrganilzed and not em-
SThe chaiubermatis were at the win-
dows, the waiters at the door. the oc-,
ehlbants iof rooms werFh. Itmng the gay;
throng on thr puviarrPots enjoying the
sonshiiv, of the south, which danted
In a thousand dimples on the blue ex-1
panse of the M-editerranean. I did not
wish to seem frightened or frantic
and so only called out for bhipat Ion-
tervals and in an noexclted voiee. andl
no one heard. or, hearing, failed tod
loC'alize the soinid.
The .'bl:rrn.'-s Imr out for three bours,
and on re.turning, finding no trace ofi
me and hearing of the fall of the lift,
at last conceived the idea that I might
be ioinde of It. Of course when this,
suspicion was once set on foot there'l
was great excitrn.'nt, hut it was not,
very easy to do anything.
In the first tlii,.t, On nc(r-ount of the,
fete. there was an unuvild:ihle (aelay
In getting worknu'n. andi when they,
were pr where the 11'1 bnA l janirmidn run down
amid the walls of sevvenl Pmall apart-
mrints and behind cupboards. and to
find where the apserture ahold lhe e-
gun was no light omater. With a fusee
I could ser my watrh. I -entered tlihe
lift at 11 and at 5 was still there.
though the vulevs were close at hand,
and the pickaxes seemed to t,- p.,ne-
trating the framework of rmy little
box. Even then it aflpeiarrd long be-
fore friendly btnds helped me down:
Into thie chamber, whence I reached
the bIrdy of 1th, house.
It was pleasant be4ng an object ofl
female kindness and solicitude. butd
I.r. ('herry. was iuxlotls anRd dstiroua Ci
shoulil keep quiet. Wrten I wi'nt to'
bed. I found he had lind reason for.
some apiprehonision. Sl1e'lp entlirey de-
esrtved ine and an a.-ces tf Inrvouis
exei'itenent o'risuld. Twelve o'clorki
rinirk urid then 1. It was Intolprable.i
I shioulld bte altogethl.r unmannuid wlith-'
out rest. I had hydlrat- .fr chlorOt ItI,
my portum utt-u, but th.re was no)
night light IHowever, I nianaged tWj
wr theb bottle and the toilet tunmbler
anil neasutred with my linger. The;
fluid seemed a good deal in drinkii
but took effeCt.at ce.

h]n of. relief.a

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tNos.- .lt iaut he remembered that the
wind is nota w'.oll relia),1e motive pow-
er and if the onilor; sometimes find it im-
ohsa)f e o make c hedule tinmeit must be
chargedtothe elements; they do the heat
ttev eantt

'fil schooner ilatiec'a arrived from
Periaeciia Srunday morning and pro.
needed tup 19ast Bay, where sha load-
-l1 *itjh travel stores ant'i sailed for
PensacoFa Tweaday evetng'.
The scair. Cleopafra i'tri'ved from
Pensacola Stltday nriniitig and
will sail nut again today

Makes t Irglar tri-as between St. An-
dTews Bay and Pensacola; Ibusiness con-
id s strictly to freight and passenger
work .nd local business solicited. Spe-
cial Oltewtioit will ie given to receihiag
aUn foTwardiig freight for all parties.
For firrtli,.r partic iar apple% to
N. W. PsT", O^wne.r, Pttslurg, Fla.


Leaves St. Atdir6wa tay 'every Tuesday,
leaves PIeasfia e'ery Friday,
(weather pelmii'tfirg). 8'pecitl atten-
lion will he' gi'e to re'ceivilr, and
f.vtiuwrdiiig fi eight Iir iiar'ire liivrng on
E ,*e nrl Noith 1Uy, wsse'engers for
ptinits on either a'rm of tht Bay cani
depend urptn' reeFrttitg prompt triars-
portation at re'son-itlle rawes. For
'iurlletl infr'mrnatieon a'ply to
I . .'W,Ar Agl.
NA I'H'If IA I.AU .'Cl,

.AP. 1). M. %WVr.hIElir.I.
Carries the I'Ed; Bay Mail between St.
Andrewo lint, W\etapp,' and iintermedi-
ale pointll. I.oite. SI. Aniirel t' daily
(except Suiida a t6:l11 a. itn.; arri' i at
Wetappo at I':3:i p. rn.; leaCe WrVtapp,,
at 1:00 p. iu.: arri'ves at St. Andreus at
7:30 p. in. Makes landing regularly at
Harrisi. Cromiantoni, Parker. Pitiai
h'ir'. anid Farmidale. Freight landed at
iuny pn.iti.fire i harf. For pIasenger nuid
freight rate. see rate card in the sarv-
eral po toffieuRg.
DAVID M. WirHERILL. Cuilt ratt)r.

A. Week's Weather.
Tije following table rives tle maxi-
mum, niiniinum and mean tenipora-
tures, the rainfall and direction of the
wind, for tlhe tweuty-four hours endiun
at 7 o'clock p ru.. as indicated by U. S.
government self-registering thormom-
eters. Max:Min. Me'an. R'n WV'd
June 12 H2 70 76 .00 se
13 85 69 77 .00 w,
14 A 7 74 81 .fAl sw
1 88 70 74 .10 aw
16 91 7 74 .00 w
.23 se
For week .--R9 I 69 -9 1 .231

)fN s'onatulr, ir ,.n every hox of the geanuiae
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tableta
'ho reoedy thl. reire* a cohll in one day

Parke'r Lodge No. 142
3'P. & A. M.
IHegn-Ia, ( suniil ni-
/ \at '' tcr s o01 the first
A l l. land t'hil, sa Sltrday
in- eadc month.
Vl Vi't l nB'g 1rothers
W. 1I. PARKER, W. M.
W A. E.MN's,secretarv

A SpraWalel t Ankle Qutelkly

'"t one tnire I suffered tfrmnt a evere
sprain of the autle," says Geo.- E. Care
editor of the Guide, Wahhingfon, Vg
*'After Uing aeiural well recommended
medicines itlhout success, I tried Chlam-
!'riai'i's Pain Balmn, and am pleased to
say that relief tame as soon as I began
its u.e and a complete core aoeedily fol-
S owed." Said by L. M. Ware, St. An-
diews and Bayhead and all medicine
Shte Sort of Table He Wante.l
The following conversations was over-
heard between a joiner and his custom-
er a abort time agzo:
Joiner- Plcase., sir, I've brought the

table you ordered me to make.
Customer-Well. put It down here,
my man. and let's see what sort of a
Job you've made of it.
_-,-The man set It down In the middle of
thte'-oin. and the customer examined
It with ;he air of a critic.
Custou'.r-Wby. my man. there Is
here a- erack inlhld up with putty.
Jolner-Yest sir. Well, sir. I know
about that. .i-t ir won't be noticed
wlien' t sets hardl.
Cabstmer tconjing across some more
patty)-But here's r ,me more, ma y man.
Wliat Is tlie fln:lnlnfW ~rthls?
Joiner-Well. sir, you see. a little tbit
ef wood clilpln-d offt the corner, and I
Just put a liitle putty there to fill lp
It won't do no' harm. sir. when it's set
Customer prtfti-h't- i,'i,,k I're. ttry man. this
won't' do Wh\. 're's a big lump right
fir thit mihthllrl ofi thir a. What can
you St;y nTiiit Iiitha? '
John)(r hin T ll'hl,- f lth h lead and try-
niy, hIt1.il r .iin1 ione e ecus by which
fo6 rtiriev his honor -Well. sir. thart
a, ,ieni'w whatltev.tr, an' tree putty when
It --4 hard itvll' hbe tirmer and border
*tmn rh Te wia,>r Mo. '..mn s.e. It will be
all ,, th .' r rr if ,'ot ,-a' t ia blt. sir.
flis'rw r't' r t<;ir -i :i- ,i ly>--Ilere, my
g-.,,, :fin. jusl ranked this ahle honomj'
and t t ii.. inr iii,..l.- of put ty alto--
'! ,tr I. wa in La goi strong one. and

-Fine strained horey, 25;1"C4 t
at B. V Brock's,
-A rood big Tablet for 8 cts and a
good thick school tablet with 175 leaves
for 10(;ts; all with handsome covers and
good, ruled paper, at thu Btot office.
-It's time to do your spring sowing,
How would it suit you to trade off that
old machine and get a new one? Ma-
chines f1om $25 up; guaranteed.
-I. Godard's Ice Cream Parlor is the
center of attraction this warm weather
and he is kept busy dishing out the
great summer delicacy to the heated
and hungry mortals.
-Our correspondents will please Dear
in mind that theirfavors must he mailed
early enough to reach us not later than
Monday evening; otherwise they cannot
apnear in the current issue.
-Mr. Milligan of Millville is con-
tracting for two beeves and 250 loaves
of bread for the Fourth of July, and
it looks as though they did not intend
to let their visitors suffer from hunger
en that day.
--orf x nice' line of up-to-date' spring
clothing try me!
Boys' suits from $1 up!
Men'ssuits from $3.50 ap'!
Yours fo* good clothii'n and low prices.
A. H. BRA1Kr.
-The' Buoy has just received a big
invoice of cards,- size No. 21,--2x3i
inches, in red, yellow, green and blue,
suitable for trade checks and can print
them for $1.75 per thousand, or 2,000
for $3' and guarantee satisfactionf.
-Handsome letter heads with St
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St. Andrews Bfl'ff, ot luena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews.Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the
BUOY office
-It you are thinking of buying prop-
,erty in St. Andrews or immediate vi-
cinity, you cannot afford to purchase
until you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of .he BUoY. If you are short ol
money and want to buy on long time for
actual settlement you can be accommo.
--Call at L. M. Ware's stores, St.
Andrews and Bayhead ndall medicine
dealers and get a free sample of Cham.
berlin's Stomach and Liver Tablets,
They are an elegant physic. They al.
so improve the appetite, strengthen
the digestion and regulate the live
and bowels. They are easy to t' il
and pleasant in effect.
-C. E. Pleas, the ori togra-
pher met with a serious and paiu.
ful accident e returning home from
hero two weeks ago. by some in.,anU:
a A heel of thu heavily loaded wago
passed over one of his fee- and crushed
it so badly thia he had eon unable te
bear any weight upon t -when he wai
heard from a few days go.
-You have not gotten quito whale
you need until you have one ol tlost
Boen's suits of tai or made clothes for
summer wear, hey are proving vern
Popular with jy trade. The price
are right. I tuarantee the mate
the workma ship and the
more can u ask? Call a'i1 a
Them y sample hook. Wi n
with a suit. MARTIN
-N. M. \Vorley of P:irkter,
c:ime here 1.sc1 r thn a year 'aio fr'
eVielor; C(_ohrudo; is s.itified that with
intelligent cultivation, .great result:
can be achieved here, and in proof o,
it he has sent the Buoy a bundle of oati
grow by himself which measure flvt
and a-half feet from above the root t(
the end of the : r in i!"' is as plumr
and heavy as on,. could w ish.
-The regular anjuaa' me,-ting of tht
stockholders of the St.. Andre-w Bay
Chipley & Vernon Tele phone Company
,will be held at the office of the coinpi
ny in St. Andrew, at 2 o'clock p. m., on
the 24th inst., being the la sn-day in
June, as required by law, for the eloc
tion of officers for the ensuing year and
tlie-transaction of such other business
as: may come before the meeting, A
directors' meeting for making annual
aettlen ent will be held the same day,
It is important to the welfare of the
company that these meeting beattend.
ed by all the stockholders who are in-
terested in the success of the enterprise,
Attest: W. A. E'MMONS, Pres'.

-The peaceful precincts of the West
End were disturbed on Saturday last
by a neighborhood quarrel, in which
three hitherto peaceful and orderly
families took a hand.. The first public
demonstration of unpleasantness was
when two women of the West End laid
n wait for the third and waylaid her,
beating her with sticks. scratching her
and calling her all manner of vile
names; 6but she finally escaped from
them and ran into the house. War: ants
were sworn out for the two assailants
on (Monday morning and they were
arrested by Deputy Sherifi C- H. Dan-
ford land arraigned before Justice of
the Peace John Sturrock on charges
of assault and battery and both plead
Guilty and were fined five dollars each
and costs, weich their husbands paid.
It was show, at the trial that the hus-
band of the assaulted woman stood in
the door and witnessed the punishment
being inflicted upon his wife, but lack-
ed the courage to interfere in her'be-
half. It seems the trouble grew out of
thefinding of a dead hog near the prem-
ises of the waylaid woman and she was
accused of killing it.
,e- ...-----
Seven Veara in Bed.
"Willt wonders ever ceas?" inquire
the friends of Mrs. L. Pease, of Law-
rence, Kan. They knew she had been
unable to leave ser bed in seven years
on account of kidney and liver trouble,
nervous prostration and general debili
ty; but "three bottlds of Electric Bit-
ters enabled me to walk," she writes,
sand in-three'months I felt like e new
person'' Women suffering frgJ head-
athe, backache, nervousness, sleepless-
ness, melancholy, fainting and dizzv
spells will find it a priceless bleitiu,.
rf. S. n c I fla wn tinn lra nntrfa Ll L1. f q11

r Tlhe noct,4ht Of i>,r t'rn h
Tl.'r wns a .at'i.ln )MqJ,'
h a d f o r w .um e .v r a dr s ( 1nj, 1Y (1 1 1 e rH
tcon of ieir cii ,n c orf th r ilie t unIII'
ln:1d; Yi:tling i t ('>: ern f, ,t'ccas m
on a i l ;.s. lt <'o;i he w:t'. d. oc~t. brnt the mess waiter as-
suri-'d i:m tlhat the latv'r would soon
return, wile;rc'Cioi he ^nIal.,l il:the an-
A~fw mrnntre later the mess ser-
geant. happening to pans the window,
noticed to ida surprise that Major X.
had passed luto the messroonm beyond
and was applying a tape measure to
the mess table. Naturally considering
this an odd proce'dini, he mentioned
it later on in the day to Captain Z.. who
took counsel and then begged a favor
of the colonel, which was to allow an
incheo be sawed off the table legs. In
due Murse Major X. was invited to din-
ner, and the mess was there to a man.
As was expected, during dessert he
contrived to lead the conversation on to
guessing heights, and from that to of-
fering to bet on the present mahogany
was but a step. They took him on, from
colonadown to the youngest sub. Even
^ l- t^h^- i. nr, t thpla lten -mn

to be foou
lowing 1

he Fourth of

young town of
Bayoa proposes
front racks of the
a Fourth of July
is arranged theofl-

Address of come-W. I. Singletary-
Reading nation of Independence
-Sy ter Singletary.
Music by the Andrews String Band,
S ue Dinner.
Music-St.- drew String Band.
One Hundre d Foot Race-Prize,
air shoes.
Sack Prize, $1, cashB
Potato Prize, $2, cash.
Tug of War- carried Men vs. Single
Men-P e, One box cigars.
ClimbingaGreased Pole-Prize, $3.
Girls' Egg Race-Prize, parasol and

tle chaplainl coUIu UUn resitLVL l V r i fan.
station to chastise the unrighteous and n
ventured his mite. The challenger bet Cracker-Eating Contest-Prize, box of
first, just an eighth of an inch beyond Crackers.
the old height., ud then the mess. in ro- StandingTJump-Prize, $1.50.
station, guessed exactly the same, and Running Jump-Prize. $2. P
all guessed exnetly right. He was done Catching Greased Pig-Prize, pig
completely.--Iondon Free Lance. Tub Rce-Prize, pocket knife.
e B h Ugliest Mh Present-Prize, looking-
-The Buoy has glass.
made an a-range- Twenty-fiveyf the Prettiest Girls pres-
ment with a Pho ent wil-H "-be presented with a
,o-Jewelry naanu- palm leaf fan,
acturing compa- Oldest Married Couple present-dress
,y whereby it is' pattern.
Enabled to give as Youngest Married ,Couple present-
a premium to ev- broom and bottle of liniment.
ery yearly cash subscriber to the Buoy Dancing Day and Night.
a handsome hand painted miniature (Prizes Given to the Best Dancers.1
brooch of yourself or any one whose Barbecued beef. pork and mutton, lem-
likeness you desire, set in rolled-gold onade and ice-water, and all entries
mounting, that is exactly like solid gold to the Contests and Dances,
in appearance and will last for vr. FREE!
In order to get this nice premium yoV Everybody invited.
must sna $1 for a year's subscriptioJ JOEL FRATER, Secretary.
to the Buoy and the photo you wish t
have copied, and three two-celit stamps' A WORTHY SUCCESSOR.
to forward the picture to the anufac- -
turer and have it return to you. Uhe der the 'un."
This offer is only good to those who l d rs hae t
compl. 'ithits terms.after the appearB-.pARR by the use of era, gas-
ance this isue, and must be for at ed- inhal s 4 ru pa ormn.
least e year's subscription in ad vance T'heir puerdersdr, l em-
fro e time the offerr is accepted ae using them and
TI brooches are as handsome as alerav re.ti rej he
I .wih to wear. Sample nbrmrane .
liem may b -seen at the Buoy o d to "
This offer may only remain open n
short time, so send in your suhser
and photo at. once irf you i s
the miniature. It will certainly P
yvou. any nerson sending in a el
five may retain 50) cents for their'
ble, and each ;ubscriber can hiave o
If these har.dsome brooches with tbh
own ur some friend's likeness. So
itors wanted to whom ample bro
will be furnished and a liLr
sion allowed.
Surlgfwo From De

Love lies asleep What dreams be round hIo
Poets may guess.
But be Is tired of hope and fear, of longing,
Of passion's strea-
Fired, through long years, from the world's frst
Too tired to wake
At wealth's loud call, at beauty's whisper, win-
Or answer make,
though king command and mindttel, in true
'Pled, praise and weep-
than anything on earth, ah. rest is sweeter
Love lies asleep.
Lot Two young pilgrims come from woodland
Barefoot, yet gay,
Clotbed with scarce else than garland veils of
Sweet beggars, they-
Full of health's bliss, of life, of joy, immortal,
Untouched by sin,
Who know noniy they sing beside love's portal
Till love joins f.
-Madeline Bridges in Life.

Mr. W. S. Whedon, cashier of the
First National Bank of Wirterset, rowa,
in a'recent letter gives some experience
wit'n a carpenter in his emplov,-that will
be of valueW other me.haniicj He says
'"I had a carpente- working for me who
was obliged to stop ork for several d-t .
on account of lein Itroluled aitl liar-
hoea. I mentioned to hiini thnt I" had
been similarly troubled and thtat C.'liinl-
.berlait's Colic, ICholera and n liarrhilima
Remedy had cured me. He Ibonght a: I.I-
tie of it from the druiggiot here Ond in-
formed me tit one dor-e cured him, air'I
le is again at work ',ei .Oi1 hI .. 3
tVa p. Ct A ,,-;. i .t .....I II l.. .. . I ..- a T

Srumzr'riiust tim
.r er l said a seedy look-
Ing man ib the crowd. "If I had he
money, I'd buy hilm a ticket rmyself.-'
The crn'id looked sympathetic, but
said nothhig. while the boy sobbel as
If his heart would dissolve.
"I've only got a nickel, little feller."
went on the seedy looking one, "and that
won't do you no good. Say." be con-
tinued, turning suddenly to the crowd,
"let's do one good act in our lives. Let's
buy him a ticket."
It looked for a minute as if a collec-
tion was to be started, but a benevo-
lent looking old gentleman nipped it in
the bud by slipping a half dollar into
the hand of the boy, who promptly dis-
appeared into the tent.
"I thank you a thousand times for
that kind act, sir," said the seedy look-
ing man.
"You seem to take quite an interest
in the little fellow." remarked the be-
nevolent one.
"Well." I should think I ought to."
answered the seedy looking main proud-
ly. "That's the only son 1 got!"-In-
dianapolis Sun.

Laughter is I-ositive sweetness of
life: but, llke ,d coffee, It should bI-
well cleared lodtleterious substance
before use., If ~1 and malice and the
desire to wUnd le worse than chick-
ry. Ik-t wee a lau:h and a giggle their
is the wlHlt of t horizons. 1 coul'I
sit all day a d--lste n to the hearty and
heartsoine a. ha. of a lot of bright
and jolly P il ut would yntbier lit
shot than b 1 I to stay withlia (a,-

lurger gnane
S'|inhtlnig a
livig" ti e Il,-ys :Ire
"l'l:t Ing for. keepm ind only a few for
fun aiad that those who are playing
for keeps are the boys with the most
Influence and standing in the com-
munity. I kno v a whole lot'of boys,
some of them ving in Massachusetts
today, who are playing for keeps, but
Instead of marbles they are using
wheat or corn or railroad stocks. No
one of them knows just whom he is
playing against, but each knows that
for each dollar hetivns a dollar is lost
by some one else.
Nevertheless I am old fogy enough to
say that for myself I do not regret my
early training.ior am I ready to leave
behind its principles, but as long as
the majority of parents wish their
boys to be successful it seems to me
you ought to make it clear that play-
ing marbles for keeps is an excellent
way of 'drilling boys in that acqulsi-
tiveness' which will make it possible
for them In afte('ears to provide their
wives and daughters with silk dresses.
opera cloaks and automobiles.-Spriug-
field RIpublican.
oun oKnow What You Are Tak
Wher you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle showingthat it is
simply on and Quinine in a tasteless
form. No Cure, No Pay. Price 50c.


The properly known as the 3irs. Post
place-Six and one-hslf acres with good
house and out-buildings, about three-
fourths of a mile east of St. Andrews
postotfice is offered for sale at a great lar-
gain if taken in the next sixty days.
For particulars apply or address the Buoy.

WANTED--Ladies and gentlemen to in-
troduce tie "hottest" seller on earth.
Dr. Whito's Electric Comb, patented 1899.
Agents are cOing money. Cures all
forms of scalp ailments, headaches, etc..
vet costs the amne as an ordinary comb,.
Send 50c in stamps for sample. D. N.
Rose, Gen.. Mfgr., Decatur, Iil. 2 3m

'the Best Prescription tor Ma-
r an
Chills and Fever is a bottle of GRovE's
TASTEtAESS CHILL TONIC. It is simply iron
and quinine in a ta!tless fbrm. No cure
-no pay. Price 5(.
some Exploded Food Fallanles.
Firsh as a food of the brain worker
must be consigned to the limbo of
vanities, though certain forms of fish
are the cheapest of all foods. notably
the bloater. Oysters and turtle soup
are frauds. It would take 14 oysters
to equal the nourishment of one egg
and 223 to provide the same amount
of nutriment contained in a pound of
Salt fish, especially salt fat fish, Is
the most valuable food for the poorer
classes, and whole races in the south
of Europe live on the Newfoundland
cod. Canned salmon we see at 18
pence a pound Is no more expensive;
than cod at sixpence. Millions of peo-i
pie live on it, and the North American'
settler who is not well provided with
cash finds it a good substitute and
change from flesh meat at times.
Frogs' legs are not of high nutritive
value, which needpot surprise us.
Turtle soup from thechemist's point
of view sl not worth a tenth of the
price paid for It-Exchange.
A Terrible Explosion
"Of a gasoline stove burned a lady
here frightfully," writes N, E. Palmer
of Kirkman. Iowaa "The best doctors
couldn't heal the running sore that fol-
lowed, but Bucklen's Arnica' Salve en-
tirely cured bar." Infallible for cuts,
corns sores, boils, bruises, skin diseas-
as u-nd piles. 25c at a)dru stores.
1' :.NrTr..- 'ip>aIl)e, reliale person in
crvy :.iiiatl in represent lah coinpany
,lil tii anici:Al reputation; lary
,ear., lpa .ill weekly; $3 peL
e ,-I e a;nl all exp n.i i n u S .

R. F'. 1






C- 0 A. S 1-H S 1 T 0 10 JOe---


SN0otions, Hardware, PROSPERITY

Sotins S Pe THRIVE S
Nets and Seines, H n Ri9 TTpI
ml'.; 6 OU I 1


ORDERS All Goods T S
ECIALTY! Excpt Grain, Salt and M Feg PSack-
L N D illnndW sl
Sait At Any Postoffice Wharf Ask to see
lication,. g on the Ba)! $1.25 Shoe
.26 S ho el

fIx Lnae Honrs.
"You never think of -raning out late,"
said the convivial and iil bred person.
"Sometimes I think of it," answered
Idcckton distantly.
Don't care for that sort of
thl"in "'

"; ..if: js yo( u t!~trcv t Ii any e rlperl-f
'c 'lj y s. I hyos 1 It W14 owily In-tt
ni f''t I ~ w a. i'ot n"a ;:1r ;i; t 2 .1

enn u't k" -Wa' thog. hncl f;: itp ft sl3Sn-

SGents' Furnishing Goods I LADIES'
and Clothing!
Larsges Stock! and LOwe t Skirts & Shirt Waists!

Woolsey's Best Copper Paint!
Agents for Perkins' Wind Mill.


Corner of Bayview and Wyoming: Avenues on Bay Front.
Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
What you call't find at any other Store, come to tle R A C K ET
S T O R E anld get.

Hot Meals at All Hours of the Day.
*llilinIi : i! In (ofiCup of Coffee, 5 Cts,. Cup of Tea, 5 Cts. ..,lijiiilli[:i:Illiim

Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties.
1. G(XODARD, Propriet(r.


General Merchandise!


%Iing and Heating Stoves!

Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Etc.

A Full Line of Undertaker's Sup-

lies and Ilurial Caskets!


PESACOLA, Fla. Opp.oite Waiting oom ol Union Depot,
Isthe Piace for Passengers Coing to and from

RoomsComfortable! Terms Reasonable!

e Imperial Gas Lamp

Covered by U. S. Patents.
Admittedly the BEST light on the market and
the most economical.
The Imperial burns common store gasoline and gives a
S 100 candle power light at a cost of one
cent per day.
One Gallon will burn 60 hours.
The needle keeps the burner clean, so it will not clog, and
the generating tube being in center of flame, insures a light
that will not go out. There is no odor, no smoke and no
flicker. The light can be raised or turned down just as with
a gas jet or lamp. THE IMPERIAL is the most perfect light
on the market and everything pertaining to it is the best to

U not sold in your town write us for catalogue.
132-134 Lake Street, CHICAGO, ILLL



My Nurseries are planted with Nuts grown from MY OWN GROVES. should
you want a VcT X (f k that is
every time; Plant A PECAN GROVE. It doubles up every year.
I purchased land for $3.50 and planted Pecans in 1888. Sold it in
1895 for$ I 00.00 per acre. In 1897 owner refused c200.00
per acre. Is worth 1000 00 per aore nowt
If you desire a secure T-NVE T E /




~V1, BE A ('I( IN.


thurlisday, June 0 1901*


4ugar, lb I '', T1 Ilb
;rauulated... 7 le No ....... 5
Coffee, ... t G it Gunpowder.. 410
Lt rOw .... 6 U nco'd J ap.40-t60
otee, CItudn ilk, Can
: Ar.llel I2- Sweeteed..... 11
.ir ter. .nal. 3:125 Baking powder
ckers d 10 Royal..... .. .
r'ohacco, plug 20a601 Campell .... 10
"atisins Can. i',il fl %it
London nlaers.8-15 Pleache 10 a2
Va lencia .... To toes.t o 2....
tic .... 6 Apples.. .. . .
ples Peirs .........
valpora ed... I Pl ..... .... 1
lried Peaches 8 Apricot. .... 140-20
Co ui il prg l ....15 Strawlerriet ... (
asoline ". ..... 20 Pineapple . .10.-0
rloIridat Syrup... 50) auted Meats
i .00(I oast Beef. .... 15
linete.......... 3 Corned Beef... 15
lueese pr lh .... 15 'Chilrdl Beel'lO- 5
Butter ...... 2530 I.l,, -ler ...... .20
Butter.... .. 80 Slmon ....... 15
ead ..... .. 4 Clannrdl Vegfetal)le4
Bocoanst ... 10 Baued Ben .. 10
Fiuit Pnddite e. 10t C'rn .......I0-1 15
Jelly, glass 1lh i t. Peas. .. ....... 10
inme l juice ...... 4. I'apiii in ...... '
Eggs per dor.... 1 2
flour Pork
Am'nSwar I ...2. D. S. pr lb......7i
Majestic .... 2.75 Bacon Sides.....
Coru Meal prh lit60".70 Fresh.......i.. 8 1
Oat. Meal pr l . 5 Br'kf'st Bacon. 11
Corn pet hi ...' .60-70 IIHati can vassedil 2.
ota s Shoulders..... I10
Irish ...... 1 00 Beef
Early L'se seed 1 .20 Corned ......... 8
S 75(80 Fresh ...... 810
Sweet.. 7508
DrS .e....I....
1alt, pr saCk.. -.00 I)ried........ 25
'able ... .... 5 Milk pr qt...... 10
Nails. r 14,l;b41 aS Ax.witl handle.. 75
G'alv wire do.atil Hoes, each, .c.. a5
4, ..1:il rope.. .'12"l'l''"" pai nt, caln 50
kontovei cook,..$. n2, Linseed oil, gaIl.,. ati
Pipe, per joint 15
I) Ij y ('.O(';e )S,

Prints, per yd. 5a8 Checks ....... 55a2l.
Chlieeltig', .... 5a 58Flannel ....... 1540
bluslin...... 9atl t oThread per pool. 5
leans. .. a45 Slioes, ladies. $1 i2 75
Extr pants pat. 22 Men's. ...$I 413
r S1 SlUHt E05US.
Spr c t...al 5' Oats pr hl....... 5
Bran ......... 1.25 Brick pr M.... 130
Rope Sisal .... |,ne p h ...... .
FttUIT aid NUTS.
Oranges pr do.. Peeans pr lb.. 15
Apnle........r.Wa;lnute. ........ 1 )
Ipple s...... .. 35 Ail'on" ........ 15
Te .OY zST I' E I* tS
ishell prl ,000 1.50 Opened pro qt .. 15e
t urlse... $13000" l Cows........ $ 15 2
Ke .. pr -,,.k t :" t heep ...........
;'" t'FoU .TRY Lt <
'., keI~eti.ah 15a25 Geese each. 5a5t0
I'sask*t ;. a i.t00 Ducks ....... 15a2()
l I IS ,aRlt
lthlet jr dot ? "5e Mullet pr hl
T ......... ). Trout .... 4.50
PiiII Ia I pr. lb.. 6 lPol, ll. o .o I 10)
A Icker(. 1 el 8.. 1)

Sia, I p t it 14.00 Heart, m... *$14.010
F1 *. .. 12.00 Face .. 12.01
,iP .... 10,40(1 Sap 1' . i11 i
IIelarl I 'a.,e u' li n. 1 jx( in '" I l d 1
S i IO.011 Finiiii i luWit o-
Bui h l,th.er .i. 12 ber, d.. I "t0' 500
Hea r a, H1gil ,let'. 2).54 Lath, I In .... 2.M1' (
Sap 1.50) hBoat "eluiler,
Sdressed. .$20

Tb ere is more -. in this section ot
the country than .all other diseases put
together, and until the last few years was
sunpoaed to be incurable. For a gr~at
manv vears doctors pronounced it a local
disease, and prer.cribed local remedies,
and by constantly failing to cure with
local treatment, pronounced itincurable.
Science has proven catarrh to ie a con-
,tituti.,nal disease, and therefore re-
qiires constitutional treatment. Halirs
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only
constitutional cure oil the market. It is
taken internally in doses from ten drops
to a teashoonful. It acts directly on the
bln,.d :tad mucous surfaces ef the system.
They offer one hundred, dollars for any
Case it fails to curB. Send for circulars
and testiminial?. Adilref., J. F. CHE-
NEY & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the beIt.
Enhlalh Ideat of Lytehtlng.
At a recent dinner in London the
conversation turned on the subject of
lynchlngs in the Ilniited States. It was
the general opinion that a rope was

the chief end of man in America.
Finally the hostess turned to an Amer-
ican, who bad taken no part in the
conversation, and said:
"You, sir, must have often seen these
"Yes," he replied we take a kind
of muniulpal pride i. .-eolug which city
can show the greatest number of
.- lynching yearly.'"
"Oh, do tell us about a lynching you
have seen yourself," broke in half a
dozen voices at once.
"'The night before I sailed for Eng-
land." said the American, "I was giv-
Ing a dinner to a party of intimate
friends when a colored waiter spilled a
plate of soup over the gown of a lady
at An il ling;6- table. The inwin was
utterly ruined. and the gentlemen of
her q)arty at once seized the waiter,
tied a rope around his .neck and, at a
signal from the injured lady, swung
,hili into the air."
"Horrible!" said the hostess, with a
\hudder. "And did you actually see
tis yourself?"
\Well, no," said the American apolo-
gel.anlly. "Just at that time I was
dovn stairs killing the chef for putting
iusird in the blancmange."-Modern
'l'oCuire a Cold in One Day
TakeT LTxative Bromo Ouinine Tablets.
All drtiosits refund the money if it
fails to ire. E. W. GR'OVE'S snigna-
ture on e 'ry box. 25e.


(O' July Fourth, 1901, at Farm-
Forty-Four Guns at Sunrise,
Parade of Citizens under Direction of
Marshal Willis Jones, Assis;ted by
A Allen and P. Guderian.
Rally Round the Grand Stand,
Reading of the Declaration ot Inde-
pendence, by John A. Lyle.
FourI Guns.
Addresses by lion. Joseph Stone and
12 o'clock-Basket Dinner.

There will be Four Classes in the Bfoat
1st C.lass-Prize, $5. 2d Class--Prize,$3.-
3d Class-Prize. $2. 4th Class,
Prize, $1.
All boats may enter free-there will be
no entrance fee.
Prizes for Sack Race, Swimming Race
and Rowing Race in Rapid Suc-
At Dark there will be a Torchlight
Drill and Fireworks from Row
Boats on the Bay, to wind no
with a Pitched Battle.
A fort will be built on a flat-boat, to be
blown up duri.;g the battle.
Preparation will be made for Dancing
Both Day and Night.
Ice Cream, Lemonade, Milk Shake and
Refreshments of All Kinds will be
on the Grounds the Entire Day,
Issued by I. Godard & Co.
W. F. WOODFORD, Gen'l Mgr.
Come everybody and let us have a
good old-fashioned time.
Miss Florence Newniltan, who has been
a great stuferr from muscular rheunia-
tism, says C(alibiterlalii's Pain Balin is
the only remedy that affords her relief.
Miss Newmniti is a Imuch respected resi-
dent of the village of Giav, N. Y,, and
Makes this stateinent for the benefit of
others similarly afflicted. This ld li viIt
is for ; ile by 1. 31. Ware, St. .\ilrv sg
i. t l w.ahe:d and all medicinee dtier

Special Rep,'rl t, the Buot.
Elitr Buoy: Permit me again to
Fay a few wo)lds to Vyu'r it'ailder.. in
I(g ,Hil to the celebrti i n ati l';iartulalil
oil the Fonrtti of Jily.
T heII e sc ntia to L,': llj;te a lit le
strife bet we.II' this [.I te. anlil Mill-
ville, for wl iiiIh 1 ani very si, y. .\r
FIaritmdle was lIthl fit st to nuolltunce
to the public that there wtilli be a
ge ai, al celi..):i ni on ti n: Fol iinti *it
this li 'II., we tliink" that tle oli -et-
tilc., s et l rades. a nd neigligii .' lihol I
tnot tail to liatrnliizi 1i'drnlale.
East Bay people have alwa;Iys gone
to St. nidrews on all special occa;-
sioin. Why h-touldi tlie pi'oplle of St
Audlrewsan,tl the BIV generally .
return t(Ihe c'oinilituent, It r evCervbiiil
knows that the people ol Farindaleh
tneve"r fail to iiakc every v pelsoti sat-
isfied that attends one of their pic-
There is ion thing sure. Every
one wlio coiiies here v ill have a
chance to meet parties froim several
partto ol the state; for letters received
state, that people are coming from
Pensacola, Orange Hill, Blonutstown,
Apalachicola and Wewahitchka.

Ladies Can Wear Shoes
one size smaller after usine Allen's
Foot-Ease, a powder to be shaken into
the shoes It makes tight or new shoes
feel easy; gives instant relief to cornm
and bunions. It's the greatest com-
fort discovery of the age. Cures and
prevents swollen, hot, aching feet. Al-
len's Foot-Ease is a certain cure for
sweating, hot, aching feet. At all
druggists and shoe stores, 25c. Trial
package FREE by mail. Address Al-
len S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
--- -*'*-----
What a Sgnger Mnst Know.
For a singer to succeed it is necessa-
ry that he should have more than a
voice or be a vocalist. Wagner has set
a higher standard, and to him we owe
it. Not only the cultivation of the

voice, but the higher education Is nec-
essary. The voice alone is not sufli-
clent, even in the concert room. Sing-
ing has grown to be quite another art.
The siri'r must be an impersonator.
I 'ny.(lf studied for five years at the
university. But that, as a rule, holds
one too long. But at least a good gen-
eral kmnow ldge, of literature and of sci-
1(.ir is it'cv :si'ry.
Thel day is past when*a fiacre driver,
te'a;ni :Vp he has a b(wautiful voice, is ac-
cpt tid as a si:,ger; so also is the dny
wlwin) t 'ou'ce'rt in costume is regarded
is an op"r}o. The stantidrd of imper-
onllati'n. has tlioln ilim:astlrably raised
ty \Vagnir. History, literature, knowl-
.'(de' of the plastic arts, are all neces-
iary to the sini.;cr.
Ameiiric.-an women have. many of
tltiin li.-atlful voieoles. Angin.n many
of them gialibrtoadl to study. Tlh:t is a
mistake. It is aIt !hioin that they should
tny lihe ftv:on'itdiniiln. E'ibil iby dcegrces.
Io not aim l to I.e a sti r lint a goodl art-
ist. Study ;i;',A .ys. In ;o t tient with
snimll rol'. T'lin r' .t will st:'.--- i':il t i' n l)Dyck in Saturdi ay
Ivt'ui g I P .t,

The irj" r r. i n

"h erflil? fi' If 'i' :.. s
ln'ss t l '. i

.ve, act :.- ' iIIc l IaIe. t i
our will to itat end, and a (ouJi e tti
will very likely Ialnce the fit of f.-ar
Again, in order kindly toward a
person to whomi w Ir ve ieen in:iiii :il.
the only w.y Iv n)r or If s di.libv,.:'itp-
ly to snile, to lttiAt syc:pathatithi ill-
luirics n id to f rt', outrs:,l'\.v to say
gefial tliiiigs. <(;! heartl'ty inigh to-
ge(thelr will bring cthenlmis into closer
conlmlunrionl of lih':ilit lhuI t horllsl s pemlt
on toti) sides in inward t wrestling with
the mental demon of uncharitalbleIeel-

Tbe Klng's linger Bowl.
When a imemniuer of the royal family
comes to dinner, it Is a point of eti-
quette to provide none but the illustri-
ons guest with a finger bowl at tw end
of the banquet. The other diners must
get on somehow without that conven-
The reason is a curious one. In early
Georgian days one never knew who
was loyal. Every other man might be
a Jacobite in his secret heart. Now, it
was a piece of Jacobite ritual whenev-
er the toast of "The King" was drunk
secretly to pass the goblet over any
water that happened to be by the
drinker. This was supposed to con-
vert the toast into that of "The King
Over the Water," the t.xlled Stuart at
Rome or St. Germatns.
On this becoming known the court
Insisted that there should be no water
within reach of,,nny guest. and the pro-
hibition still holds.- London News.

An Ingenious Treatment by which
Drunkards are Being Cured Daily in
Spite of Themselves.
No Noxious Drinks. *No lV;:'k-
ettiitofth'e Nerves. A Pleas-
itnt and Positive Uire tor
the Liquor Habit.
Tt is now generally known and unde"-
stood that drunkenness is a disease an
not weakness. A body filled with Ipo -
son, and nerves completely shattId
by periodical or constant use of in ti-
catin, liLauors, requires an arntidotl ia-
pableof nel trali,.int-_ nIil v' alii'1 oi
this poison, anid l '-.1trlni\ 1 t' !Thi e' tril
for intoxicant-. .S lllri-'t. s in: l nol
cure tltemnselv,- -tt l )innii % ith it i:b-
licity or loss of tinii.* ftr'.in l t 1 t
this wonderful "lli~'ME H ,
which has been I,,rI '
years of ciose -t, 1 ti
i Tho

to dir<'1ti >iFt -WI hui rfI
"111 _.e wi l 1 .10 N T -
'E) i 4. ' itr'alvntt d i e o

Iti Iwice of O l;[r, ithusil Ithous
iiitit) .'iitC of aie no matt'.-
^^ t, driker. Unr record -how -
Intii'r *I' t ii- L';ll.-forniltl i 11 f 1 _tliodi0f
of l)rll Iik:trIl. into .ub r in I liltr'
and t iipr'li l etn-n.
Thii ra I .- l i.i in 11 ) s t *n y
aind.I i- -- .-killfully levi-ed
ed that it is thor"osu hll e y H
pleasal, d. in tLihe tatlte e, sO i
o iv 1- i a --nl -f th e ot h r niof r() l
I Ilthe kn owl e o Inf the t i ta.
I'Th antk m i of Druner Ycr

mAl,: lm rryf t ;
poui n his cae.

"'I amobtige' toi yu tInv
k'Ue 'L ieid. t inifii d youn g
and n. lali\'>. \t
in > o(,r,'e or tea, int
fry ee will. Do NOtT W.It th
dl,:,led by apparent ,a
l'inilepro ev(men t." Drivei o)
at once' an lfor all time.
(;oLD C'ITRE" is slrd at tlheit
how pri,'- of Oneo Doll:.r, lhu? i
%%i, hin rea h o If everI liody a -(.
minre otI e tiIal lhian o)thIer co'-t. a ;f fIt
$2.5 to u $).. Full directions u-conmps
each parka,_. Spieial;adt vicetl y bkil
"' an- wlhen retquele d witbut I nex-
tra h C Sentl Inrepaid to any .w
Address De)t'. B. GII., &
COMPANY, 2.:ia--- 312. M1 t.
All c'It resilondenc. st. ch nai-t

The HMotess' Funny Story.
"hA very dignified young manc t-on
seat in a smoking car." said th e h,

ry telling. "Near him were three tra
eling salesmen, well dressed, jolly fel-
lows, one of whom .-ug, t, .1 a game
of cards, and the others agreed. Theyod
appealed to the young man to take pInrt
and make up a four handed game. ,'
"'Thank you; I never play cards,'
came the response to the invitation.
'I am sorry for that. Will you ha.i
a cigar with us?' added the spokesman
producing his case.
"'I am obliged to you, but I never

"They thought they would jolly the
young fellow out of dignity so the
leader produced a 'traveling compan-
ton' and asked:
'As you do not play cards nor
smoke you will not refuse to join us In
a drink?'
'I thank you. gentlemen, but I nev-

behind the young man reached for-
ward and tapped him on the shoulder.
"'I have heard what you have said
to these men,' said the sedate old fel-
low, 'and I admire you for the stability
of character which has enabled you to
shun bad habits. I have a daughter In
the parlor car, whom I should like to
have you meet.'
'I thank you, sir,' replied the yougg
man, turning about and -facing tWe
gentleman. 'but the fact.' I never Il-
tend to marry.' "-Mlwaukee Sentinel.


You M
know what
]f you're planting
whenryous plant,
buy cheap seeds you can't
be sure. Take no chances -
get Ferry's. Dealers ever-
where Bell them.
for 1901 Seed
mailed free.

rMrs. U.' E OH
er, Gracie left last Suni
U. PaiLkei'R slio for P
Iite for 'hiciag, W i ,,'re.
i .i M r t. \\' tl ; iut hinri, L 'i H
In .\l,,isl', '. |l,,| l, aH ll H
autIi% lihai ala.ined, they ie'
St. Aindrew~einil will' I lltak
(F i.l ay) ove Il i, l t t 'hui .l' '
mnine lhe j'iir .hy t thu N.,. ti
that point.
Miss Ethel Baker uI in :it Let g
the West Floridla h r,.. v A t -
, lilassei (ctvi e Itn..... n 'l'l iit a
last lo sp lln i tle sum nt1 .1l l',ll ni
Site will retiurt to her 'ch.i'l .1 S.,.i
Mr. a nl Mrs. Roy Witherijl lt
last MInltily on t.:e schr. Blanceae
f,,r Riviside, unar Birminghatn,
Ala., and may go froii there tp Okla-
honlt, ,
DIeptty SheriffC, II. HDa nfolrd went
to Miliville last Friday o (illitcial
County Sup)erinteorient L. Pratt
is s)peni;tli a few lays in town with
his family this \,eek.

A ~Wontderill invention.
They cure dandruff,. hair-failling, ltead'-
ache, etc., vi't costs thie same as an ordi-'
inirv cnoml- l)r, W hile's Electric Cooamb.
The only patented Comb int tlhe w rld.
People s \-'lt alllrL' has been introduc-
cd, are wild with delight. You simply
conint your hair each day and Ihe comb
does the rest. This wonderful combil is
simply.' niireakatIle and issnade so that
it is absolutely imipossilite to break or cut
the hair. Sold on a written guaranttee to
give perfect satisftartsou in every respect.
Send stamps for or Ladies' sitoe 50c.
Giants' size 35c. Live men and women
wanted e.erywhero th introduce this ar-
ticle. Sells on ,hailt. Agents are wild
with success. (SePnVanted ad in this pa-
per.) Ad ress D. R. SE, Gn,. Mgr.,
Decatur, Ill

A lu>is~h P!l;h 1-fh.t, ,
;,i .. :. ,
I1..I I1 I,.H

-No Hair?

"My hair we? :,' .;.* oi ,.rv
Fast and I . *.s'v :,r Ie.
-then tried AY i .. >,;
my bairstoppfd >alling atonce,"--
Mrs. G. A. McVav, Alexandri'. 0
0 D-

The trouble is your hnir
does not have life enough.
Act promptly. Save your
hair. Feed it with Ayer's
Hair Vigor. If the gray
hairs are beginning to
show, Ayer's Hair Vigor
will restore color every


$1.00 t bottle. All drutlsts.

If your druggist cannot supply you,
you a bottle. Be sure and give the ninma
of your nearest express office. Address,
J. C. AYER CO., Lowell, MasS.

Montezurnn's Well.
One of the most pl':i-In.7 nature
curiosities in the territory of .\i;:~:':'.
Is the pool of water. kuown as lont M .
zilnia's well. It is situnt:,] 15 Illil'
norlic(ast of th' old A!>ul alonu'd ni!i-i
tary post tknow\n ns ('aiip Verde. It 1
25.0 fett In diameter, and the cl"+ilr.
puro water is qbout '(t) fctet below tI.l
surfi'ce of the suirr'nttind coun it. r
Sorile years ago certain military ohi-
cers Usounddll the pool ;ntid found thlnt
It had ia unifulilrm (cl of 80 t'Polt oIf
water t'xcopt in oIoin piico. ,app:re Ut)y'
about six feet squaiirv. ,her( tih.m soliil-
lug line we!lt e down u 5out 5D0O 1'fot
vithtoilt touchling l)oiio'i.
The well empties iuto !Hiover cr.olcl
only nl!out Iott yards .dlIstu:il?. The w\:-
tcr i.'hli:,,: forth from tlie rocks na
though it were unailr ,"grvat pressure.
'Ilie well is tnlilnoublteily sIlupplied from
subltorrieani sotiurr's.% p('<;:l!ty,' thronm"Ib
the hole soHni :t lib tlhe :,'v' ot!ic:rs
years :;i'.. Tie si ts o(f the well are
blljm ': ,.',-i weiti h it s tni. l tunnu lS.
p".'l'iliIttiiJL',i..i;:-i's to dres 'end to the
I n I t oi I I

Water's ,r'.i' it
T vvii ". ofi w \te l fr'< (it ;'i Ow ,111 ,

he erit-or'igh.itfUw

1.,t, rminatlob h1:1

O ...." ,,,t i t,,

ho ay

M A N 11

Sasl, fli

Building: Material.

io r.dow and Fancy Ulass a

Is the Place to Buy

Clothing and Gents'
Furnishing Goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
At his Store may also be found Con-
stantly on Hand, a Full Line of
General Merchandise
A TinW Shoe
Run in connection with the Store, af.
lords ample l',iporitunity fo.l t li
Repairing of All Kinds of Tinwar
Here are manufactur'ed time
Sheet Iro0 Box Heatinlv Stoves
SWhich aru so tideNervedly polunlar.
A call at B. V Brock'a Stoi'e wil
convince all persons of the genlli
ness of laii.' onilds e ind lownesl
-P ofle a Be ICo inc


j I . ..-' 1 u t'i on .
-,|i.- | '

S I"e, ,,,Va.I I

fucontribu'te toio.good
health. Purifies
the blood, clears
the complexion,
makes rosy
cheeks. Make
it at home. har
it. E.Hlres
'.e Compasy,
for Malvers,
fer. Pa.

Cletsle. rud bautifiae the hitr.
Promote ga inrurunt zrowt,.
ever Fall to Bestore Ora7
Hair to its Touthful Cojon.
Cures scalp disease a hair Itllng.
L.c4lPa O 1,( t DrugigmAs
Thrift In Children.
A savings bank account Is a great In-
'entive to thrift in children. If one is
egiun for the baby, even wit r a very
/small sum, and added through' child-
hood and youth with a certain proper
tlon of the money that othcrv.is would
be spent carelessly and ,iltt iougl lly lIv
1wh' child, there will be a very ri'pet''la
e, amount on tIhe crr'dit t gor wbten ilhe d<,positor i !'S y,.ars
.d. T hl" .. l'il f 1 1 f ]O ,inial i:. no". UKhi'

i.,Ih k i,.e .,i..r of 'oney.--Ex-
h~ 1 ( 1' tlll.:l g,!~i: t!'.

Didn't MaIro for Money.
rw6t ro man w ho lately married,
vy rich young woman, is happy
for he got Dr. King's New Life'
.w hi h restored he# tio nerfeet
h. infalliblee for jaundi.'-. hil-
al 'r1ia. foer and ag .. t:i)1i
is 1)ni" j tronul le. ib-irtIlo
e ,-. r)oiti m ''1,w at til ,lriig






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S1 L JEW EL L 11

Shells Mbtointed t OCrder

In Any esied ieltlin l a td ii i Iadii (."
nIG.t l't li'l.: .\\lI fn rL 'I'Rc. Tul.I.:NT l.\ l.I;y I (M.
l Bv W, F. WOODFORD; at Farmudaklot East Bay:


ark er, -i (
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats, Shoes, Notions,

Patent Medicines, Hardware, fldoir and ieed,
All (;oods Except Flour. Feed a-1 Srtit I)clirei'd iFree al. Any
Postoffic on the Eas, HBfy !:it Route,
With Best Goods, Lowest. Prices and ihost CbL l'rtetl Treatmeflt.t W
Shall Please You.
Highest Market Price Paid for Green Salted

Aligator Skins I


1: "


s6 Mediines, Fancy i Tolt Ariilci,

li handle no Quack Nostrums

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11t of Taxes for .Non-Resideits

I I Y. Mif-'1. J. AIl1i. ...

7.New Rival" "Leader" "Repeater

F you~ looking for reliable shotgun am-
munition, the kind that shoots where yotu
point your gun, buy Winchester Factory

aded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival," loaded witi
lack powder; "Leader" and "Repeater," loaded
with Smokeless. Insist upon having Wirichesteil
Factory Loaded Shells, and accept no others.

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Ruugn and Dressed Lumbar of All Grades.

I llTerms cash or endorsed notes.



Lm. dr. I I3r

Leads in Low Prices and Good

He invites the purchasing public to call,
r famine his stock and GET PRICES.

Pays the Highest Price for Green Salted ALIGATOR HIDES.

Dr, Mitclhell's Drul Store,


Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity.

Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St, Andrews and
Surrounding Country.
May be ,ond at his residence on Bueiiit Vista avenue at night.





Battered and bruised and worn and old. ,
Bereft of his mane4tdi tail,
A veteran cliarget stainchi ai rold,
He has weathered lite's fiercest gale-
The hero of muny i gallant raid, T,
In many a bloodless war, ,
A soldier of fortune, urnllmayed
) By battle and wound and scar!
'Neath the guiding tough of a little han
He has traveled many a mile
Through the wonderful realms of Playlike Laid,
Where the spirits of fancy smile.
But, strange to say, in his boldest fight,
Though he halted or rented not,
Through all his travels by day and night
He has stood in the selfsam.e mpoti
He was ridden far, he was ridden hard,
He has borne fierce brunts and blows
SAnd oft has felt, as a sweet reward,
A kiss on his wornout nose.
And, though he is rather the worse for wear
And is crippled and scarr( and old,
In the eyes of his master he still is fair
And worth his weight in gold.
-Herald and Presbyter.



SBy rt. Quad.

-4 Copyright. 1901, by C. B. Lewis.

The crew of the American brig Nemo
bad been paid off at Cadiz and as mate
I was looking for another berth when
a young and good looking man who
was strolling about the wharf as if in
search of some one accosted me with
an Inquiry as to my capability as a
navigator and later on asked me to ac-
company him to a cafe for a talk. As
the young man was a Brazilian and a
landsman my curiosity was naturally
aroused. He was rather slow In com-
ng to the point, being evidently desir-
os of sizing me up, and 1 had begun
to grow a little impatient when he
leaned across the table and said:
"Senor, I have decided to trus' you
and tell you the truth.eIt is an expedi-
tion to carry off a young lady." "
"If it is a scheme to abduct a woman,
0 want nothing to do with lt," J re-
plied. "

er pre w.iWneed 'for
oUt that a yucht had
or a residentof the
a.i tv be delivered there.
as nu. trouble ahout her

St r,'T'. ,-'rf .,,rs,. that Da
t I i uti t it l;e,.-r' d that
1ha l teher imnprisone(d
r i- -t t :In (,xtr.f wntceh on
ter, .'nt. 'n. ",, dotdge her duenna
init 'luit thelt hlu'i'ksr oid grourDds
'.. ,. I 'ay to atll mppoilnti'l 're
o%,r;. ir:r it !i + ;<-.','n ;i ditlh ult mat-
,**. 0- 1', n 'o, l i; "; ItH. xI Id tw"o
. i*"i / tl (lark <".'.!:, t-viqiint boat
>r1'O1 l Ht ptir' of liot,'s'; a;ltiarl. Ten
Ii lll Uh ii' irV e wvt'-, U tiItir way. A
.'i,'," tii i rlev er lhoklid tipou a..d she
was a brave a' s .iihe w\v:: fair.
We et pirt wihi a fair wind and
. iilr!He i g tl nigliht as we- headed out
into tl ~A Mtlantlh. Hnl1 tthee 'ht slipped
along as i' drlvtnu l1y steami. We had
got a any sb quietly that 1 ilidl not look
for pursuit, but daylight hai scarcely
broken when we found a stcamer in
our wake. As I afterward ascertained,
the girl had ble l tils.ied 'ea:iy in the
night, the sailing of the yacht discov-
ered, and while on, stealner was head-
ed for the ('annrles a second took the
course for Rio and was soon overhaul-
ing us.
At noon the steamer came up with
us. The brother was aboard of her,
while the father had taken the other
route. She ca me slahilng alongside,
with shouts and yells front other crew,
thinking to make ian asy capture, but
as there were no armed men aboard
she quickly ushered off before our ri-
fles. Within the next two hours she
made three different attempts to crash
Into us, but each time our fire. which
was not meant to kill. drove the men
from the pilothouse and confused all.
Then she settled down to pursue us,
and, as a matter of fn:ctt, she hung to
us for 4S hours. e':h( hnd cone out un-
prepared whii fNul (,r 'provisions. how-
ever, and at last hadl to turn a:boiit and
head for Cadiz. By the time she reach-
ed port It was too late to think of fur-
ther pursnlt., and( we were left to make
our voya:ig In peace and land our pas-
sengers In due time at lhio. I learned
that I)on tianilncz andfithe Spanish
government kicked up a great row over
the affair, and there was a lot of corre-
spondence and dtanulmnds and red fire,
ut Da CostaL 1 his -irde, and the
i oaw1a' with our re-'
Hle oa father had
iewa e rag and

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Thi;;s the latest attn most complete
Hand A-low for working plants in the garden. It
isselt-I-tjutstable; the weight the block to
which the blade is attached keeps it in the
ground, and the depth of plowing is regulated
by lifting the handles. A boy or girl of ten
years can handle it with perfect ease. It has a
S4-inch steel wheel, the height of which makWb
the plow' light of draft. It has five blades I is
a turning mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweel.pr weeding
I, t llad 4 a bhlll-tonruLe, 5a rake. Wrench
wil I Caeim 1)141%%.-
W'. hav-' miuadle arrangements by
whit Ib %e c1an furlllhi this iplo.w at.
the factorI price, $3.75, with

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frieht to St. Andrews Bay about 75 cents, making the plow, delivered
f.i50l Biut the BtloY proposes to do better than this and will send the Ruov
one v fu"nish one of these plows complete at the factory for $4 50
purchaser to pay freight.
The plow may hb seeu in operation at the BroY Farm at, any timt.
^fc^-JI rnm f J.. %.. s a-QTTov ;4: .-t

she can
asked, t0
not belle l.
SpInin might
"It. wah a feu
$senor, partly pol
ness. There was
my father died ye
nez still holds his bi
son with whom I ha
and that I wounded
him has but added to
the situation."
"Why, this Don Rain s a g
erinent official of some sort. isn't hi
"Ile is governor of the province of
Cadiz. senor."
"If lie is rich and powerful a op-
posed to lte marriage, your cake is
*lough. You seem to run more of a
chance of being shottian of becoming
his son-in-law."
Senor Ila Costa. as he had given me'
i:) name. looked troubled for a rmo-;
mPncnt, and lihen a flash came to his eyes
is the quietly asked:
"In your country, senor, what do they
!o in suc'h cases?"
"The lovers? Well, if the old folks
ire opposed there Is generally a run-
iway matchh"
"1 have heard so. and there will be
one in this case. We would both have
It otherwise, but it is the last resort I
;nust take the senorita to Brazil to be-
*omne my wife. It was settled that way
!ast evenIng."
"But have you counted on the old
man?" I asked, a little annoyed by the
young man's coolness in disposing of
the case. "Ile'll be after you in two
hours. and he has the legal right to
take his daughter off the steamer and
put you behind the bars. I should say
he would be a bad man to fool with."
"Iisten. senor," quietly replied the
lover. "You will find In this port a
craft for sale or charter. She may be
small. but she must be fast It will be
better for many reasons that she Is. a
sail vessel. You shall buy her and
clear her for some western port, and I
will sail away with the senorita, and
she will become my wife."
"But we shall be flrsued," I said.
He shrugged his shoulders and smil-
"And If captured it will mean years
of Imprisonment for me."
"Your pay will be commensurate
with the risks, senor. Let us waste no
more time. Set forth at once and find
a craft."
At the end of another half hour-we
had the details arranged as far as po
sible, and I was ready to begin my
share of the wort. Within 24 hours I
had found a schooner yacht from theo
Viediterranean. an English built
whose owner had tiredwf playiln
or and left her in the handt-, t f bI
ker for sale. It required a u nk t., I
paint, repair, find a crew and put p1r',:,
iinu rm arbna.i anTA T\n 'A.o.. .. .... *r

TPPel consulted Milnesas to the course
which he ought to take. acconlpanyiing
the appeal by the stat~njc1nt that for
..himself he knew aIbslutely nothing
either of Mr. Tennyson or Mr. Knowles
"What!" said Mllhs. "Have you
never seen the name of Sheridan
Knowles on a playbill?"
"No." replied PeeL
"And have you never read a poem of
"No," was again the answer, accom-
panied by a request that Milnes would
let him see something which Tennyson
had written. Accordingly Milnes sent
to Sir Robert Peel the two poems of
"Locksley Hall" and "Ulysses."
The Maltese.
The Maltese.are mainly the last sur-
viving remnant of the Carthaginian
branch of the old Phoenician people.
Malta was the half way station be-
tween Carthage and Sicily, long held
by the Carthagenians and of which
Hamilcar, the father of Hannibal, was
at one time governor.
Never WaAhed Herself.
Benevolent Old Lady (to little girl)-
My little dear, do you wash your face
and hands every morning?
'No, mum."
iGood gracious! That's perfectly
dreadfuL Do you wash your face in
the middle of the day?"
"Nop, mum."
r mel When do you wash your-

ever washes."
"'lbblel It is shocking how de-
the lower classes are! I must
or se a society to see that children
roperly washed. Tell me, little
o o you really ever wash your-
r -
o, munm Mamma washes me every
In g." .

~.ri-Ctapiale. Irealtale person in
y to rfprerpent In l p mrf "' nv
ial reputaali f n: $); 'i salary
'we r.kl : : 3 per (day. aIl.-
ire and al t xpen 's;e: FtraiLhti
lPfiniiNo salary. no, Lonlsniisinr:
a"1'h 1 Sait rd.tv ar d Ci rri.,i.,,.
n1d t.lh w"-k. .TTA N I'1-
.3.'T Tr)e:arborn,j t "'C 'j, ;... .

,S tC h te r'0to ail(i tune men-t.
be i rl': rIr-s antd the raisins, the o('
*)lll ; e~lIous. clinltlgs'd pI,,
;.( 0" t"i comIIniwehst ITr tle
.tit c-hiu I the id fm wiV in a
'ontt f11sic thlnt a I order except in
;ile fcrti te b1lC Irs. Mason. Bunt
she hal he lc st well memnorized, and
her tmi. T were few. Mr. Mason
nav(t her enthusiastic support. ntnl,
t:,.ilr I' flared to give ian order to
('hi'isti without first consulting his
wifr ;1 his aplpealing look at the ta.
t.Ie ia he lheld upI, the c(ra,.cker j:tr
to C)t ( tina and asked for more raisins
was very amusing., hlie gave his wife un-
t-tintdt.tl admiration for thie glib manner
in tich slie could order a six pound
bread,. fried rnac, or a small piece of'
roast be1 f for tihe writer pitcher.
rtisuswecting Christina worked hard
at ht1" a'rt of the game, evidently de-
si'rousof tt!tng herself as soon as pos-
sible for the "t'ree dollar place" down
lown. She jabbered in her native
tongue gladly with her friends, and her
,ingflsh, that chance might call Into
use. never Intruded on the ground with
which Mrs. Mason had tampered. The
excitement of her experiment added
quite a little interest to the usually
monotonous work of training a green
girl. and Mrs. Mason taught her many
mysteries in salads and soups that she
hInd heretofore kept as strictly private
knowledge. Christina had reached that
stage in her development when Mrs.
-IMaston could give an order for dinner
alnd go out for an afternoon with somr
a:ssnrante thit a palatable, well servat
dinnller would await her return. She
knew that the time was near at hand
for the inevitable announcement, and
,o when Christina said, a little more
lhyly than some of the former girls,
"My cousin. she got me place where I
see her every day; the woman, she
say she glad to get girl what you
make;fhe have your girl anoder time,"
Mrs. Mason answered cheerily:'
"All right, Christina. you can go
right along. I'll get along without a
girl for awhile, but Mr. Mason is going
to bring company home tonight, and I
want a very nice dinner."
Chlistina smiled at so willing an
acquscence to her plans and asked,
"What I get for dinner?"
"We'll have some of that nice oat-
meal cream, a cabbage frfed cake,
some soped eggs, a chicken omelet,
and you may get some of the best oys-
ter cookies from the pickle. Make
some coffee soJ Christina, and make
the freezer full. think we'll have
soda pie with it.'
"AU right. I do it," answered Chris-
tina willingly. And Mrs. Ma. il-
'ed as she thouglh of the lady (fwn,
town. "Now, madam, you're welcome
S thefruit of my labor."

tr oyal hFrra. th'.f iSr. iri; ?'-ave
re are sivjli that are pure aniil trio,,
Thn'n tie t to t te .rl !..tl st h.Le,
And tho best shall cim. batL ltj *u
GiAe love, and love to yo'ur heart will flow;
A, ptr.-n th n I'lnur uln.t r t rieed;
Ua~sI fillh. an.d a s f 'it hearts will show
Tlrir lh iI )our word and deed.
For life is the mirror irdE alae;J;
"ls jurt what yon ir
Then give to the world EI lst yod have,
Anid the best will comie back to you.


A !tory nlustrating an In-
genious Plan For Keep-
ing a Servant.

By Charlotte W. Eastmans.

It was a charming little sitting room
In which Mrs. Mason sat sewing dain-
ty stitches. Before her stood the serv-
ant girl, who, with a stolid stare, an-
nounced that she had found a place
down town.
"But, Mary. you surely worffd not
leave me without help," Mrs. Mason
"I got a place where I get t'ree dol-
"I would give you $3, but you agreed
to work for me for $2.50 if I would
teach you to talk and do the work."
"I got anoder place down town. I
say I go next week."
Entreaty and persuasion were alike
in vain. It all ended with, "I go next
One year from this time Mrs. Mason
was a wiser if not a better woman,
and when Lena announced, "I got an-
other place down town," she merely
answered. "Very well." for this wias
the thlilgirl that she had trained for
the Nvonln down town.
When Mr. Mason came home to din-
ner that -night, he saw at once thnt
some shadow had clouded the domestic
heavy n. but when his wife had poured
out er tale of woe she proceeded to
lay I)tore hinm plans for her future
canuflW i. When hfe had fully caught
her ide hie laughed long and loud.
"You' a mighty si; mrt little we-
min. M but if you try that game
you'll fal own." he anouneed when
she isked his opinion of her plans
down any harder than I
l'ans, and I believe

memory of the nimhy hours of care and
thought that she had given to 'the
training of green girls came to appease
her conscience.
"I only wish I could see the other
acts," she said to Mr. Mason. "I ex-
pect to be in the fifth myself, but I
feel I shall miss the third and fourth."
Christina reported bright and early
at Mrs. Bender's, eager to prove her-
self worthy of her advance. Circum-
stances compelled Mrs. Bender to leave
her entirely to her own devices the
first day, but on the morning of the
second she came in haste into the
"Christina," she said, "get breakfast
as quickly as possible. Mr. Bender
wants to make that early train. We
generally want toast, but we will get
along without It this morning, and we
like it rare," she said, pointing to the
"Rhre!" Christina exclaimed.
"Yes, rare. You understand what
that is, don't you?"
"Well, we always take it rare and
our coffee strong."
"You take coffee for breakfast?"
"Always. And We would like it as
soon as possible, Christina."
Mrs. Bender sailed( out of the kitchen
and confidentially told Mr. Bender that
the new girl seemed exceedingly stu-
pid or else she had a very peculiar
"She is In a constant state of sur-
prise," she added, "and, I declare, I
smell bread toasting. I told her not
to toast it this morning."
In an incredibly short time the
breakfast bell rang, and when the Ben-
der family sat down to the table the
look of surprise was transferred from
Christina's face to theirs, for on the
platter lay a fine steak, fresh from the
refrigerator, and in place of the pot of
steaming coffee sat a pitcher of Ice
cold lemonade. Mrs. Bender rang the
bell with exceeding energy, and when
astonished Christina appeared they
each made a frantic effort to convince
the other that she was responsible for
the mistake. Mrs. Hender grew angry,
Christlna resorted to tears, and
whl1r. Bender listened to their con-
fusing explanations lie made his break-
fast on toast and Il niirl,,.
Matters grew worse rapidly, and in
spite of repeated and patient e.xp!i, a
tons Chlrl-ina's ideas were in a state
of hopeless confusion, but neither she
nor Mrs. Bender ever thought of the
little woman on the hill as the author
of all their troubles. At the end of
two weeks Mrs. Bender took a street
M kuat hill and, seeking out
Mrs. Mason. naskel her if she would not
,lie wIlling to take Christina back. .Mrs.
Mason artfully hesitated a moment
and then contented.
"I am so relieved," Mrs. Bonder said,
"for I keep her in tears half of -the
time, and she seems so anxious to
please me. I can't understand how
any one can be as stupid as she is."
So Christina came back, and for four
years she did faithful service in Mrs.
Mason's kitchen, and for the first time
In her life that Ingenious little woman
did not live in constant fear of "anod-
er down town."-What to Eat.

The History of Etiquette.
Etiquette is a form of fashion mort.
important than stylrt In r;" :s. for the
reason that the varl''irg cod(-,s of n1mat
ners have influenced morals. soie,
thing cha 1zir'. the cut of a coat can
not be said to hav done. Whel eti-
quette demanded tlhit a gcentlitiln anc-
cept a challenge or acknowledge hinm-
self a coward in the minds of his fel-
low citizens, it enclroalchd sli;rpily
upon ethics. Now that it has gone ut
of fashion to kill, gentlemen find small
difficulty in keeping the sixth col u
mandment. The less formal etiquettte
becomes the less wanton taking of life
there is among those who consider
good breeding of consequence.
As the civilized race now st;:n ther man or woman can Ibe retined, re-
gardless of shape of hbt he or she
wears. This was true in any century,
but 200 years ago and back of that
period a gentleman and lady could. ac-
cording to approved etiquette, gobble
food with their hands from a common
dish set in the center of the dining ta-
ble and filled with the entire fashiona-
ble bill of fare prepared for the occa-
sion.' Gratefully we now acknowledge
such proceedings to be "bad form" and
in so doing pronounce ourselves two
centuries removed from the table man-
ners of swine and one point away from
that brute, no matter how similar to
him our turn of mind may remain in
some other respects.-National Maga-

Salt Water Plah.
The number of species of flshes liv-
Ing habitually In the salt waters of the
world can only be approximately esti-
mated, probably about 10,000. Those
classed as "shore dishes" live, as a rule,
close to the surface and near the land
and are well known to the salt water
angler in his outings as the weaktish,
striped bass, kingfisl, etc. Of the shore
fishes there are about 4,000 species.
The "pelagic fishes." or those which in-
habit the upper waters of the seas, are
relatively few in number. The "deep
sea fishes," which live In depths vary-
ing from 200 to 2.500 fathoms, cannot
be even approximately estimated, as
new species are being constantly dis-
covered.-Field and Stream.
Not Anxious.
"You have quite a number of the
poets." said Goodby, who was inspect-
ing Woodby's library. "Ah, there's
Browning. Do you understand him?"
"No; I don't," said Woodby.
"Ah," said Goodby, continuing his
examination, "have you Praed?"
"Certainly not. What's the use of
p 'ng? 1 ain't anxious to under-
stant h ."-Philadelphia Record.

Count. His Toen.
He-They say a good pugilist must
learn how to handle his feet as well as
his hands.
She-Then I wonder if the baby will!
be a pugilist. He handles his feet all"
day.-Chicago News.
The geographical divisions of' the
United States are the north Atlantic
group, the south Atlantic group, the
north central group, the south central
group and the western group.

I A cure guaranteeNd if yo ms
PILES ILuoE S u ositornt
D. Matt. Thompson. Supt.
Graded Schools, Stateaville, N. C., writes: I can say
they do all you claim tor them." Dr. S. M. Devore,
RavenRoek,W. V.,* nrhi.- They give universal ati-
faction." Dr. H. D. M., .I. Clarksburg, Tenn., wriiei:
"In a practice of 21 yarcr. I bhae found no remedy to
equal yours." P, 'ra, 60 'arts. Samples Free. Sold

Sold at St. Andrews Bay, Fla.
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f vou need labor with team, call upon


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each block and the adjoining addi-
tion to tlihe~'iiicirinati ComnpaJy's
land with a full Ilehcriptioni of the

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