Title: St. Andrews buoy
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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: August 7, 1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00197
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY J PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. REPORT
U. S. enator-lst district; S. Dollar a Year in Advance.
ioi; Pensacola; dDistrict, Of Board of Publio Instruction for Year Ending June Othl1002.
Taliafro, Jacksonville M E M 0 N S, 11. ., ,
RepreseUtatives--lst Di1 rict, i. EOR July 1 To cash on hand-Sub Distriet Fund............ '
SpiWDrkmavis., Tampa; 2dla. District,,t. -General Fund............... 2.'4.
W. Davis Pahka. 9 do 'from J B Whitlield- Lax rodemptiou ...... 0
Laud Otl sister, W. G, Robin- Display ad. rates, 50G. per inch per Au' 10 do do domt "-
0'6n; IR .. S. Chubl, Gaines- mIonAt Pusi on and extraordinary Sep 28 do do do 41,,1 ,
ville W. S.J inig; condition rtes subject to special 30 do Levi Yates, tax 1900.................. ...
-ta-- W 'r agreemenn;t.Nov 13 do A C Croomni tax redemption.............
Secretary, H. C."Oraford;Tiarer- agre ft. e 21 do do State 1 nilltax 'I '
J. B. Whitefield Attorney Genera Lt Drift,"e per line, first inser- 28 d LeviYates, polls, 19l) tax ........'
.B .m rteo pt e A .e., :8 do,. ,v i.ates, J p -,I .................. I
Wm. B. Laomar; Comptroller, A. J tion: 2 cc each ,subsequent. Display do do tax i1900 .................. I'A'4
Croom; Superiutendet of Public In- locals double above rates.D 14 do A CCroom, tax red pton ........... 1
struction, W. N. Sheats; (Commission- Dt.
er of Agriculture, B. E. McLin; Ad- 190, 41 2.
Jan 4 do Levi Yates, poll, 1901.................. 41
Jutant General, J. C. R. Foster, Tal-
do (to tax 10i1.............. .... 103,
lahasesetnhait, i DEMOOR5 iTIO NOMINATIOGNS. 21 do A C Croorn, tax redemption. ........... 7
State Senator, 5th Distrif, Gen. W .. Feb 11 do do int. on state fund..........581 2
SW miller, Point Washington. NATIONAL. 24 do do tax redemption 81
Washington CountyRepresentative For Unitea States Senator, do Levi Yates, tax 1901 ................. 810
S. W. Anderson, Anderson; County Stephen I. Mallory. Mch 3 do ,do poll, 1001 .... ....... 26
-,Judge, J. R. Wells; Clerk of Court,
nmty Clerk, Recorder of Deeds, W. For Con. ri-marn Third Dictict. r 14 do A C Croon), tax redemption........ .
*. -ef k 8hriff, .1. A. M cKeitihen; W B. Lamar. ,31 d "i Y. t. 't x *I9,r '.. . .- -- ..
-, ty*Vi Yatet; Treasurer, i'" -- *
T rpr2 (do A C Croom, -tax rdemption ..........47
J. ;TATE. 28 do Levi Yates, tax ................. 1.738 94
Russ; County Sluerin' ndiut,. L. F ',Comptroller. May 5 do do do ........ ....... 748 80
Pratt, Vernoni Surveyor, P. L Horn, A. C. Croom. do W A McRae, Jackson county......... 40 O40
J. J. Williams, Chipley; Dr W.o-E. For Secretary of State, 14 do A C Croom, W U Tel Co ............. 4 716
oleman, Vernon; J. W. lner, Ecol- H. Clay Crawf,)rd. ,Tune 1 do do tax ,redemption......... 3 91
Solemn, Point Washing- For Jut of the Supemo Court, 6 do L ,L Pratt, ex. fees ................... 30 Oi
fina; D. Anderson, PointWash1ig- Fr u f the u o Court, 9 do A C CoornImill tax.................. 871 80
ton; W. I. Singletary, Miliville. W. A. Hocker. 17 do W A Mcoae, .il sain .0unt... ...... 40 0
St. Andrews--Justice of the Peace, 28 do Levi Yates. tax 1'.'I ...................14 00(
John Sturrock; Notaries, W. A. Em- COUNTY. By amt paid N E Ferti, principal Chiiley ...... $ 8 0 00
S mons,. W. H. Bartell; Deputy Clerk For Couty Treaurer. do Miss Spart How, t ....... 2000
Circuit Court, W.. A. Emos, iLouis 1. lowel. do Iiss Wi lie HIarvey ... ... 12000
School Directors. G. W. Surber, Sr., For Co. Co issioner do Mrs NE ri '
W. .t. Bartell, H. E. Doxtader; Post- For Co. CoaIInissionors do Mrs N E ["rthit ..... 1140 00
T.,BeH..DoXtade, Post e ,lameos M. Jonll. do Miss E, Young, teacher St. Andrews 240 00
Halson-Pos, ti. stress, Mrs. R. A. L Htrrel. dIo Mis F' t'avno Ptl. Washingt,on 2, 20 0
Ha Post tr .olin W. Gainer. do Miss Laura S V non ....... l0 00
Mill.ile-t' t I, P. TonmasellO; W.J. Si nglorv. dto T S ilchenuer, So. I onifa. ... 720 00
Notary pullc .1 Frater. For:Mculners, School Hoard do ) iss Gainr \lkin1 ..... 1 00
Parker Postnma..toJ.,Martin G. Post; Io hn tar 11o J E Fowltier, Pleasant Grov) 00
(1 J F 3; "F'o, Ic ,*T1.00
t:r Pulil W. I: Parker. C. B. i-" do do shNew pc. 0)
il1urg-P,..i,>r N. \V. Pitts. S .1. Gainer. d C J Bruttran, Bowen ........ 110 (10
Anderson'-Postmaster, s. .W. Ander- Other caudidata i{names will appear do Miss Jane Holmes Honnett iPond.. Io 110 0o
son. as soon as te ndidacy isdecidedby do Henry Bush, Wausau ........ 120 00
Gay---PMtmistrese, Mrs. R. Gay. candidacy is decided by do Miss .1 Willford, Salphur Spr'.gs. 45 00
TomipthsO.pLostmIaster, Emery Top- _arv. do Miss Sadi, King, Pop)lar Head.. 75 09
kiBts. .C. A do MissG Dayton, Parker.....110 00
Bay d-Postmaster. OC. Tmkins. l y Ao.do Miss M Yelverton, New Honor 100 00
Cool-Postmaster, J. J, Fowler. T as of the good old times- do Miss Geva Gainer, New Orange... 110 00
WetappM--Postmistress. N. Hutier -.ppy long ago-- do Miss Jane Holnes, Nixon........... 120 00
Wes ,Bay-Postmaitr. e world today is filled do T 'iner Grassy Poi,... 97 62
sou. ...n -' nih much" worth, Lbfg Bay. :.. ..110 00
(mnothinmuch butwoe!aBlow," Piney Hill ..... 00 00
Calhoun County Cromnanton-Potin Back in'the blisful. lovely days, iss G Gulledeo. White Oak. 100 00
t' Tho.S J B. 5n. When all things were TB D Gainer, Oak Rie ....110 00
Farmdale-Porstmar., No icenin's wagons r do Miss T Gainer, New Harmony. 100 00
tord. ... The people 'ad no ice. do Mi -B Boyd, Caryville... 100 ( t
od. .: no i do :i's NM Yelverton, Mattoe Springs. 120 00
k in t--- h" do J T Bowen. Bradford ....... 11 00
S THE MA S k in the happy. ays do Miss Athens Blow, Oak Hll ....... 97 65
The northern mailh, vifi, 'Ander-.sn. \ hen peoip', were )lest, do Miss F R Payne, Millvillo ........ 430 00
Gay, Bay yead apd CiWpley depaIrts Wl,,.n lifr \\as wovLhb .: living, and do S D Bostick, Newv Prospect 93 75
everyday' extel-t Sun t a 3-" ot Ido do Perch Pondl..... 80 00
o'clock a.- n., arrivesevery- day ex-l 'lu, .- do Miss E Young, West Bay....... 108 65
c iandai at 7:l5 p.-m. %; Q.. : tL do R 1 Roche, Deadening..... 20 00
TBay mail for HfarriPu. I'ilrt i do S D Bostick, Otter Creek. 50 00
S o too i'arke, Pi .- .t "a'Bnd- I do' do Cowford ........ 20 00
.rmda ani eapp -II h at do Miss E I Gainer, Green Head.... .9 0
Sidrewg ate ''r'in'' ,* do R I oche, Brock .......... 100 00
d.i 1,1 to liti0 da do,- Mrs Mailie Miller, Ebenezer... ... 80 00
S-1a .., .,'d i- E. L.do *.fret. Cook........... 80.. 00
"K -V .r -.__. Ien .nll__, __ i __..__ t._ Toumpkins.......- 90 00
Ro 0 hen i.tI "L k ti leIi *'


1:3:1 p. m' Conferepce5'
Prayer meeliu ig every \WTe
.. k p. man a', Shiool every S
-iat nt. : lB. 8. L. Louderrlit

4ot Epli..copal-Church Wasti.
ingt4a Ave. and Church St. Sunday
-seol 3 p. in. eery Sunday. Rev. C.
L. ,'narol. patsor. : -. .
Pr teriHii-Clhur Ave. and Drake St. Sunday school
.n, 9:30 an. Lm.ery Sniihty. Jeh11
('&uriekl, Supt. "' -
a thoi -4.'hurch ler Wyaonita
-' A.e. and Foster St. -
-, BUSINESS SIRh NCO .-

WV. A. EUMMONS, -
tuly Circuit Cour( t Cler.k aud Notary
lie for Ihe tuate qt Large; has
.futisdiction to adminster oaths, take
._ltfdavits, igafliza alckJiwwledg-
P n. ls, a, w any where iu FI( 'ida.
iattent giv-eu to .land con-,
-vevynces and marriage ceremony .per-
.. formed for lav.'fully .qualified parties.
Of:itic at tie Buoy Otl,. ' 7 B a y .
WM. H. BARTDLL,
"Notar-, Public, St. Andrews Bay, Fla-
Havug had eight years' experience i
Executing Quarterly Pension Vouw-
ersfor old soldiers and soldiers id-
r ows, also, papers for inereasid pen-
K sions I am now prepared to attend
.t"o all business promptly that may re-
SQuire the services of a Notary.
R. V.- G. MIITCHELL,
^paut^ruggi.t, (oninmerce St.,
of V offers his profes-
S -.sioutil ,r'ies to the citizens of St.
*R .d.drews and vicinity. Residence on
.Muena. Via,ta avenue. ,

]DR. J. J. KESTER,
Homoeopathic Physician and Accou-
cheur. Office Pioneer, Drug Store,
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How r4ad ,ho

In those olL0 h a ys,-
When every thing Was ne by hand
In good, old-f. -hiionki,; s,
Vlen smoky candleIs
And babies veiled at[41 I)ItB
Because there weeio) safety piW /..
To kive their sojls delight.

-Alh! happy, happy days long past,
When all the world was gay,
rce window sereens had been devised
To keep the flies away,
hen people slept on corded beds,
r -d had their visions rare -
WhiN lad mosquitos took their-fili--
W wa-OtPre.
--S in Chicago Record-Her-
at

Tennyson's Early Poems.
-ennyson wf only eight years old
when he covered both sides of his
brother's slate with a poem on "Flow-
-ers," done In unimpeachable meter. His
brother had said to him. "See if you
can write poetry," and when he read
the 1ose on the slate he merely said,
"You'vc dP-e it." Between the ages of
eleven and twelve the young poet wrote
ai.elpic of over 4,(00 linos in Scott's
octosryllabics milngled with heroics.
These were the only tinished poems of
Tennyson's -.to;hoo.d. but when alioul
fourteen or tifmr."t'n ,9'a8rs old he coin-
menced a drama i imn nbic meter which
still survives. Thus be practiced him-
self in three different meters before he
began seriously to write or publish.


W: H. t i Own Picture.
Notary Iulbfic for th~State of Flor- Reyno!s, once. forgot the existence
Ida a4 Large. Office at Parker, Fla. of one of Pis pictures. Burke once oh
' CoenvapnIinisiu and payment of taxes tainted a very early work and called on
-.- for noU-rPsideffTs, specialties. the great artist, submitting the work
as that of a young student who sought
W SE A T advice from the master. Reynolds had
S Rj W'. S SE A T O N, a lo rlookad the, as ked, "l the
\ T s T painter a friend of yours?"
"I NT1 S T ,.Burke replied tp the affirmative.
.",Vel,"' replied the gr 'it man, "I real-
ast Bay Half a Mile West of ly dor j-l able to give an opinion. It's
Martin's Bridge, a ish thing, but whether it is of
rSt. Andrew Every Satu rd~ ilic'in!t promise to justify the young
Sa.t Mrs. G. Wells'. [ hju i\ adoptiai art as a profession I
POSTOFFICE, MILLVILLE. cannot say."
Sir JeJbuahbad entirely forgotten his
- own work.-Chaibers' Journal.-

F J or S ales' One's Owrn pulse.
~. I a 1e iIt Otake" one's own pulse
We offer for sale a s'rip from tlhese takek" one's own pulse
Ride ot the north half of the north laccop binsent, because
qi.atrter of section 10. township 4, s1n4 6s some peculiarities, the
range 14, west, r uniig from the .l,. of which are sure to be
I hon-etoW.' .-eBn Bavou, adjo*iiing Milled except by physicians,
Mlilep n the no' tli. Will he svld in aitre uneasiness occasioned in
'-7h.ilf-acre lots. ThTe -jrice askel .%ill con Irreg",larity of the pulse
Sbbaccordiug to location. s natu to no small number of
SW. "W. A. EMMONS & C. people wit tit other signs of disease.
It nmy also be simply a transient
Soles tuoney i, Ie to errors of habit or
Oley S O ey and T r .oth'r .causes, W hich, disappearing,
cures colds, prevents pneumonia, leave no trace behind them.


^^K^^B~ffWRIyi, a*- e eotoi -s .. .
(to Miss Esher Mler, "' Bohemia......
do T S Michener, Holmes .Creek'..
do Miss Betle Bioe, Rock Hill....
do do County Linet ....
do T B D Gainer, Porter Pond ....
do DLMcMillan, Tiller .........
do J W Bowen, Jeffries .........
odo Miss F Rt-Payne, Pittsburg.......
do Miss E Donalson, Harrison .......
do do Baxter ..,......
do Miss Esther Miller, Clemons........
do Miss Laura Russ, May...... .....
do MissG Dayton, "" Bear Creek....
NEGRO SCHOOLS .


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60 00
80 00
12 00
110 00
80 00
80 00
80 00
80 00
80 (4


Man and im. Skin.
reep the pores of the skin op,'n nnil
i goo.l condition by frequent bathing.
Man sheds his skin just as thoroughly
as souie 'f the lower orders of 'r':.,
t;on. but he does it more slowly ad,!
hinpelnrcptibly. .The cells which conu
ponse the lower strata- of the ephIdl'ir.~
:iare perpetuatlly reln-wed and l)puNih in'-
ward. nhd4 the outer layer' must iPe con.
stantly removed. This process, whli-'i
.18 termed desqua-rnation. is abslut,.elv
requislte t httihe health and beauty (of
he skin. Th iore rapidly tlhi- f,',,
vss t4 crtiriod (eon 'the more cleiar' .ill
tra nspi)'irelnt IcoliOes the epil-er'1o- :i;..l
tht 'I ns 'e i 'l- :lto Hand velvetyy tib lt.- i
tissnufs which are constantly formtuii,,
be low.

.- opper In (chleee.
T-he gironi coor of certainn kinds iof
I aligi-clheese is due to the ruilLk Ir.
t'Itlr 'IW ,t -sanu. o in coippi-r '..-
sels. During this period of repc .-i. in,
niilk takes up ci'nsidc'raile q (nielii.
of copper. Indotd it is customer t iIo
estiliate tihe degro(, of icidity at:'',. ,J
by the notiln g tile gd l gr ..i ..
aOil'erancte of the briglitrnss ,if i.0
bhi luhy pollis'lpd :A t'iliic strii'fut>. I I'
.lari;in l exinineii(-d tw\venty- tif e .'i;njl ,
of grecni palrincsain che',se from ..n rl.
ous i:laice's and has found tirit to 'it,.lt
evr'ly itwot)bm'.)ls fit f ciiwee th, r'. -1
prm sent from) .8 to 3.3 grains of (.' ,Ii'er.
-Heil.'th.
r-'hrent Drend of Cutia For fo,,li.
'Tie i ti : t!I' iv f('ear w liichb ats h.Livn
of d!:,s is, ilil st' In t l t v'erVy anlln.-'il-' l;
lb. tr kiLng' a: dog and tht l n ';it r: '- .
IHi;!, ndi l rii'w l'ir!n kitten with il',
ti!ll n ll l t ilth ti ton e d thil i -.
.\t iotiw tinh l it;"Ic i w ill s..it nni il'::ff
Itself up i i! ti l',' iieost absurd \VaI , 1-"-
ti!!-'lishiil the o uli il of thOle .1-, -
whi,'h ex'e ri' !c' f {orl thousands <.I' .-r'i-n
enaiIonn.s has t:tIgh-t it most to (iheI

ly-4i';iluli In JaI "
The .hNpunii'-tec rtwv'r sih .'i'h thn0
lho;s l to tihe nirth. 'TI'his, ki; aU t -.,
l'iotw in .I;inli :! r ii l lwnsi s buried with
ti'l, ht ad in tliiAt positIon. In sl, 'ii1.,':
rowi)'s of an' y oft (tie private ii-, i
;In)!l of lit'-!s !; di:tgr:tin of thd ii'nin'
of Il.(e ( c)u!l;Iss is piisted upon thL. te(.
ing f'or tlie 'u ('olN it t' nce of gilests.

In Otilrjr of Importalnce.
"Sih k"'l: s anI Immense establish-
iment, doesn't sie?'
"(Ill. indie''l, yes--a head coachman
two f'leott'iin. twoit griooins arnd a -t:ible
[oy. ra hlou;kf'p'r. tcook., undertook.
kilwiin iatid. upst:nirs tind dowvti,Ilrs
iran: il. go'vernss, liiitiband Iand child
iPuck. ,
C rnmtiIude.0
Grntitude is the fa.irest bloss
WspriT in then s.jul. all(d th
I .' ,: 1 .. r, r:.
t< .'j' '.l,'i I ,I ,, I n, I lu t, Is a d.\ d l
w'eind. not (nly poisioniolis in itself., b;, t
iiill'liegt:itirig tlih very atmosphere"'4l
which it gnrowvs with lfetidtvaIpors.

What bright things we all think of
when the opportunity Is past for say
ing theml!-Atchisot Globle.

An Irishman says he always shuts
his eyes whn hlie looks at a lady's
faults.


do J J otton' teacher, St. Marys ..12. 100 Mnde and Mn4inig Up.
do Mrs A Jackson, SIankei ... ...110 l r. Spnks--Well, Willie, hnas your'
dto HT C Geay, St LukeHi.... 10 00 sitr made up her mind to go to th-
T J Roulhac, Sand Hill ...)100 0(o1 ertwithn w?
'*- Wayme Everett, New Era....... 100 00 cocrt with ?
do W ite, Chbipley ....... 110 00 Williet-Yes. She's made up her mind
do T White, Brink Hill..... 110 00 and she's making up her face now
do ittience Roulhac, Oak Hill....... SO 00 Sle'00 lbe down in a minute.
do ayme Everett, Friendship .... 210 00 ---
do do Econfina ...... 80 00 Use Allen's Foot-Ease,
do Charlotte Cobb, Veron......... 100 00 A powder to be shaken into the shoes.
(do J J Cotton, St. Joe ........ 80 00(Y0ur' feet fCel swollen, nervous ard hot$
do for new buildings.......... .......... 158 27 our feet swollen, nervous and hot-,
do for repairs ............................ 28 00 and get tired easily. If you have smart-
do incidentals, sub. dist. fund............ 18 40 ing, feet or tight shoes, try Allen's
do do for schools, gen. fund...... 56 00 Foot-Ease. It cools the feet, and makes
do salary for to. supt.... .. ............ 540 00 walking easvy Cures swollen, sweat-
do per diem and mileage school board.... 183 20 ing feet, ingrowing nails, blisters and
do traveling expenses of superintendent.. 27 55 callous spots. Relieves corns and bun-
do commission of county treasurer........ 204 02 ions of all pain and gives rest and conn-
do incidentals for board and supt......... 34 20 fort. Try it to-day. Sold by all drug-
do printing................................ 76 25 gists and shoo stores, for 25c. PLon't ac-
do expense of examinations.............. 65 80 cept any substitute. Trial package.
To cash from Levi Yates on sub.-.dist tax.......... $ 68 81 FREE. Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Le-
do A C Croom on sub. dist fund......... 1 87 Roy, N. Y.
Total warrants issued during the year...................$S,456 37
Old warrants paid during the year-......276..... .......... 27 7 The Belief In a Devil.
lOld warrants unpaid July 1, 1902 .......................195 07 A maidsew 'ant belonging to one of
the women's colleges had been out
Total ........................................ $8,928 42 with her lover without leave from her
By net cash on hand July 1, 1902................... 2,286 51 mistress and was returning late along
----- ---- my road, at the top of which lived the
4$11,214 93 $11.214 93 lamented Professor Nettleship. Now,
We certify that the foregoing statement is true and correct in every par- the latter had a large yellow dog that
ticular. J. G. PARISH, Co. Treasurer, took the usual canine delight in seeing
Attest: L. L PRATT, Co. Supt. cats scatter and flee, and, the better to
pounce on them when they were
,stealthily crossing the street, he would
Gently crack the shill of the whelk, fne Courans. perch himself on the top of the pro-
for you will find it ahiost impossibe to You must have courage. my boy. No fessor's garden wall, surrounded and
extract the oc-cwl nt llive otherwise. t Imntt(er what hand of circumstances ar- half hidden In the foliage. As the tru-
aed ou'i will s.e-'' -t v.u may b'e par- ray tntwins;eIves against you, if your ant maidservant passed beneath him
doned for soup'pos: g a ;i:nature lob- ti'.ro 'e is right you will succeed. Life he caught sight of a cat in the middle
qst, r, l'ut whi-'in i ltlit3 l ilngs to an- is a ibcai'tiful thing. The chance to of the road and, making a spring at it,
lthir distinct pe-i, na'Iwly, the her- ti'ht Is a gro'at blessing. No matter collided with her and knocked her
'. t cri,. iagio -us 1eruisa \l -i h'yw hb:rdt the situation may seem, keep down. She picked herself up and ran
Slie has obtaIned tcupine by" force (doitg ri' ht bra:vely face the future, screaming home, almost mad with ter-
Of arms or merely throtulh id 'ease of st your- standard high, work and wait, ror, because she said, the devil had
the oriliinil tetntt 3 n mot oint l 1ut 0l, patient :ind thankful, and you will jumped on her back and thrown her
Lhe fir-t suppition is hihly probable a. Yi1" minny nT'ever lbe rich as the down.-International Monthly.
.as he !s a most bligereut little cus' wi'vm los s-ot rich in money or rich
S. in pow'-r blit you may be rich in the Careless Conductor.
An ims scene nn be witne k l of th truth that you ave "Isn't this awful?" asked the com-
jv placinn" svernl hrmit crn bs dtpriv t.sed :, l~'" t of your chance to be a mon looking man on the crowded street
of their shells In an ordinary orp u:;nI. Ion'it set your standard by the car. "Isn't this awful? Why, there are
Sonte, with a little sea water and inary me p'in who lihai.e achieved great wealth, already 16.5 people on this car."

.;pty Ph !lIt-ftlewe'r wslals than cral i ht if nA)lthn c'nmlptrl-d to the riches "It is awful," agreed the person ad-
IThe fighting and strugglis tto 'aecur, that ,elog to him who has struggled dressed, who was a street railway
houses in tidicrous in theu extrteu. One to enlarge nd ennolle the circle of magnate. "It is awful. There ought to
av bi ecn ;most succeful in thmoor- ilMon 1ife in which he is cast-Schoolmaster, be at least twenty more in here. I'll
ing himself within a shell, which, by take that conductor's number and have
the way, effected by means of the nphim on the carpet tomorrow."-Balti-
shl'lly plates at the extremity of his *"Wht a rgnal carriage he has! There more American.
soft and twisted tail. when another it surnlt rioyvil blood in his veins. Do Falal ito Dollm.
seizes him by the nape of the neck, ns you ktow hin ?" whispered the enthu- nItis tlt pretty doloU
it we e," aRt he is dragged relnctnntly i wnn Awnty- where ls that pretty dolleao?
fw'rtlf. m lcter still holds him str..-t "Ys." rtplid the man. "he comes of Little Girl--It's gone-died of the
gling nehaws' length, and not until hb a long line of anitors."-Cincinnatt
hnlmse4lfAsifely ensconc-ed does -h. re- CorniriTrcil Tribl,te. i me
h ish hit grasp.-Chamnbers' Journal I "te grip, e ."
"Yes'm; baby's grip."


your l'en. .,-V "' otld a n o~d

'it gll~. iuot-, aIdue welhark 41ace4mk

bnd nnn'. hePnofnst r ftf1 Jowej
Hub iu:nidlint .irliiun uar 14tq linonlfL, tow


t'ioN ,~ %. bIm :1: .t.raid arai'tl .rv*j,,
(ow ot hni 0.Im-ok. Mr. Stn,'rhlanz4 4..
it *r In ak f:it''.1 tto Yn se aiiy such pui
cl.;n. eAnnd lit- iminly sk'euend-flity tunaf
by ~ -:4&9 ~: Tn.;nu't a ;Ttwid to l111Y y~ou
L-:- It. tt 11JAN- 'l l m h'i. AI Y *u to Levi-;
a~i La lci 'Liwid.
!Iv Mrn :`.h- m n r. ft-rrrlI t,~
( .- on his fart. 1.,.t !. ale uof bi

nit'kankinfew d L-' .'rs laT r. to.]I. It tup at 1
a inl rnnnI e nn p I? I 11 nitIl'hil i''of it
*W&!q tlrteo: '' v tol inthe State
I ho ut it hat; hoW-- becomz zuo
Ll~nim tha no0one ever tathi the
trv-jtli2 lo 'a order r wlnt'rr _riginmte~d."


Silencing the Quenmtlonerm. 4
A Frt-iii-h genntlc'niau wino hail been
with %I. de 'lanlleyrauid for twenty years
ace'.ipinnltil humn to Tbe conv.reas at
Vivurina ater Nitpoleoti'a exile to Elba. I
r'Tpk niturnilly ecncluded that this I
long hluiii may Wbindmunit.-himinfamillier i
witth a -numinler of jpnihi:ulurs of I
mInik~ter' i life, and hearing also upoNt
the ~nt with which be had been
mix-'.1 vup. Wtcrrled wvilb questions, the
frit ..d Ia vitrlaljly replied Mitbin e kne% 10I
TiLo lo'z. hut the juvsdol~uqrs would not
r. [it.-fii'd a and ret ui nied to the chArge.
u.1w.l."' Liiay nid Tit lleyrnnd's-.
in'*V L-t-l y u n p ec uli ar [and I
n n nl n nfintotIn connection .1
I. T'niiiyrnaid. Sinee Louis
uwt ~ewily iwnnt1%ino can open a
I 'jd egg with (one backward
sit-.. PCIm'h, knlii~e without fspilling R
'In* inttentsatit the behell. Tbitt's I
j. !tul:nrity J know In comnuec.

Iii .,. ir-0'i h~ad inc. ~la eiodveisive rio-
t.-r v.'.IiFJlo l that zfilneut the tjnestions


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a nd on tI-. wvf-ni elm Inn IOIA :LIO ttILJLIora
pt;-'', n t i'-. n f,,,.I.... i .rurp. nIlt rtila
S L it.,It i. V, ?n id ilki'ig nr 4u ~ e f

the Nory 11.t J]t'be~n V~iYvT~~e,
pevtc.', to go downv.,: Taa~ n'l
thas settled, and the btVea4qeW~ueft
eacirs Its rewukd.. 4t. N.lWIoss. '

T`Wi Onle That (, nmwcto 1n f'n.

atvml'oil I u' %,.tI horic Lite Ut1l11W10h
tlney nu:6t. a ,n .n 1;int the oul'.'wh.-
.didjinot .ltv FIRi1,n1-3 WIn'TP 0kl~' imI 4mw
pany. for ini 'bl1 n'.'si~~rte 101"

Thie f tc a'.i'' inn,a'd Ilo', i n ri bll:
xv!t' g le -I'- I.u I I'ni-':
-Iicilo, % ii I.,ai u r itt's ril4b,.
Iknolk all Iilnn: Ie~nnaUffILOt wurtinnI4,

Hie !.mno I -1 pI. in. n.l off.
Thet'svnail rn i ;I ztdaud on gN
!nto>' hs 1 1 un ;ntinst Ahe I1i.n ut

"Go on(l:gl:, I 'api r mnd bsanas4h 11


'rho t )n u i-mn, d.and on going ni
trues iv s va '11. 'I .
"You no* I"1, n : n'i. faill,(71)W1.
'm~~ n'nhI i.';l{izn:! neCk!
Neo'dlt'sR t) stay, he paid fer tine'sup
'n'm. l~on ''Ftvzrv reMomients.` -


The Soliemn Qninker.
At the funeral of a lawyer of statt-
reputatiotln who lived and practcll-e
a town not,far from i'hiladelplnhia
who wais known "-fifoing his friee',
thereabout as an unbeliever an emil
ncnt gentlhFlian from. I'hiladelphil
r ached the house after the minister
had begun the sermon. Not known,
how far the services had progressed
be ac(.osted a well known Quaker of
the town, who was a friend of the de
cOtsed and who was noted for his great
sLise of huumor, uid, leaning over bhi
shoulder, asked In a whisper:
"What part of the services have they
reached?"
To which the Quaker, without a1
smile, replied: *
"Just opened for the defense."-Phil-
adelphia Times. "

Colorless Varnish.
Colorless varnish for use on fine,
bels or other prints, as well as fo
white wood and other spotless articles.-
is made as follows: Dissolve two and
one-half ounces of bleached shellac In
one pint of rectified alcohol; to this
add five ounces of animal bon6black.
which should first be heated, and then
boil the mixture for about five imnb
utes. Filter a small quantity t
through filtering paper and If
colorless add more boneblack
again. When this has been
the mixture through silk
filtering paper. WNe ec
for use. It should be
care and uniformity.

Perhaps It
rs. Richmond-What
furuI wre!
M rs. I.
know, we got
it had lhe n n,


Fire Sm~rn~I,.


it o O O 51onla st tho
S I !':ir of tbe ~g-rate."
lila ~ i rlanCntr'il t Pgbon4x'ra.
lje~. i~ .~uerly believed werd


vrc wwIT e Me lt, eng6-
!ioout It( prell-5n2 r.t1#4B fro"I
t~-ic form a-


h.-.-s fIPfTrn -otl.alyM I t
In this l ch ...th Se i '
to go out. .. '.


A gentlenla.xj
removed frotilas garden
dcncr to pull them J
omuw time after he w l4i0no
'.igu aud jond tbh gi a '-
Ironehes round the bushea.
"Why, George," he said. "you e
not dig round those small buabe8s.I ,
that why. I am sure yot are 4O.
enough to pull them up by tbef j',
"Oh: yea, sir." replied tb agardZ4.-"
"I am strong eougb, burl must qw
little before I C catchjio i
roots. If you bha "f d me to P
up- by I hebraench I' c~li
movrd lelp,'," ": 'C ll'
~- ./ *'. n tou'luffi
'* ; %rflIl tC Dalhi.' -g' i
' ur; the reilg f t tenry VIII.t 1
ivett-li' Ltf'co'. Eftlanl, a famon.g
balliff 1 amipd Joe Dun. Josph' I
very ~frit .10 the management of
t uslnsf ad i o dextrous in aMi
t ~ + o~,wh6.refthed the payment'
wcc ..nt w itAh.ch bd bad biee
.ra at"to set Dun on him"
'tp^ hP'" became common adSt
ho e 'l er'*-wf iFbad d-ebt.
nporsedisu. owv Wha'ft 0to t
ieopl l" iu mosL ; disa l .
n thIe r .6_ ? : *. ,- -


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L.utr whose cointriy




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i Oxnyell"'ltan
I to dils tod ilg.it5'me or.,
m(in whn ir ift ed for thet r

theIr cornfiy.v ,ons,,h! t
p.lc oil id'n.'d Iseprln t 6

d00tho rf" --fool. Tie h tt .Kj
,Uie r n.- ooin, s r t r -







S ile-L.kr.d Tat#.
Nelllie wrotV a lovely poem to Ha-
To t.bt she got mad and

'fore i tt) 2'i-'
-N-ell-The id.ea, Why?
Bellto te lteaode4 It "Lines on MaS

bel's Fae.',-| i"iafItphia Record.
Quick Rel etf for stbd pfir ft i
Foley'sr oney. and 'Tiafl at '

date relief to Asthma suloffery pom to M
worst stages nd if t iken in ta and
effect a cure, Sold by B. V Brock',k
Androws,.
A or ui' iwu Mn"111 48 ".
The lucceh ful tnerachnt no a Why?
knows how to turnveiphla Recsfortd.
into advektilng.' A team of',d .
horses dashed if ntoaken immense t
glass widoW n froldnt ofby B. V Brock.

ture store it New York .city.aux rad '
a general tipashup of everything In
sight. The priuprletp., Instead of shut-..
ting uasliep eren" temporarily, at
o antdd wi'i- paint rush elaborat-
on a big white board
id insta W the window where
the plate 'glass -wni: "A coach team,
snimshed tlia window. Y'ou see, even
*the hnop y heree to find good
furit It.n a pointer for yoU."





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--Betnd Hoskimn's ad. last colun this p.
-It you want good bread, try that
Elite t' lour at J. ItI' Thompson's
Sb--Kalamazoo Celery Compound-the
best blood Purifier Cures rheuma-
tism. At the-Pioneer Drug Store.
-The railroad news seems very qui.
Set, just at present, nothing of any im.
Sportance having come to the surface
NomT.-It nmfut he retneihbered that ti several weeks.
'wind ia not a wholly relial'le i.n ie p W --Four foxc* who have beeu raiding
r and if the sailor' sonmetimnes iL 1 i,;. e hen roosts in town have been killed
possible to nmake.,- Fcl uttotin, durtin.g te past week-two by Charles
hargod to"the eIvna P'rter a two by Mr Folsom.
-.. -.... --A._od bi. Tablet for 8 ets and a
...Cl.l.. .. ,ar ivert .t ru good thick sc hool tablet with 175 leaves
lf l.c Cor 0s; all with handsome covers and
^.co .enooon. good, r I aper, at the BUOY office.
S- best physic--Chamberlain's
'VACKI I S O)NER / 6mach and Liver Ta'bleis, Easy- to
take. Pleasant in effect. For sale by
W. D. i'ARK ir, '. L. M. Ware, St. Andre'ws :r Byheadl,
Uikibm regular tr-:ias ,iwecn St. An- and all mi"edic'ne d.alers.
C4 lHfilly 'tu figPeis.c uasi. es co- --Many persons in this community
ad logtc li but ~ a,,ltcil'd, SC- are suffering from kidney nt
Lti a* otwf't'g freight lor all parties. Foley's Kidney Cure.. SolJ d 1- .
fO 'T, Oric tra *'P.hlur to Brock, St. Andrews, Fla.
-The Ice Cream season is On ani *-
'" SCn. i.. til further notice, I Godard of ,ie
S I'ACKT H OONE IRacket Store will serve the delica y
CLEOPATR A. every (lay including Sunday when vr
11 W. GWALTNdYe MASi'ER it is possible to keep supplied with ice.
I tves t. Anr'Ews .Hay every "'uesdav, -Rev. 0. C. Dolphy'having been ap-


leave,; renacula -every- Friday,
WeaI teher 1111 peciliat-ste::-
.tji~l will 110 girvel toa receiving and
Ntwrdireg 6r iglii tor nteal ice living oil.

'9449" NorIl Itt y seng for
"ilf 1r her- i I hrmsi ,arm -of to A .;
L M. Witic Atrfrol,6 .a es,-Tol

LAURAA



'Ca:sist l-, ik the B ayt~ ail lnttw e te, 'SL
-Atie p Bar, We pim0 Midt hi] ICsrbttdi
'.. '~ pt UrIt'swi~dav) at 11:00) a. mnp rrive at
11etsippo at I .':j( I-n mu.. lea e i Ap 1)
kf 1I-00P. ini.; tirri vep at 11 aidtews atl
-4 7:30'p.'rlp MAIkes I nd egaarl't
a iudale lklnded at
. IIATiger f~ltd


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pointed by the Home Mission commit-
tee, will preach in the Presbyterian
church on Sunday, the i7th inst., morn-
ing and evening. A. cordial invi.
station is extended to all to attend.
-Hundsome: letter heads with St.
'Andrew oBav date line and views of'
either St. Andrews Blfttf, orBuena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also m ap of the
pSt. Andrews Bay country oni back of a
letter sheet at 15c. pei' dozon, at'the
BUOY office
-W-ANTED :p YOUNG MEN from
Washhingko County at once to prepare
for Position in the Gove nment Ser-
viee-Rai 'ay Mail Clerks. Letter Car-
riors, Custom House and Deplartrmnntal
Clerks, etc. Apply to Inter-State Cor-
r -11 you are thinking ol buying pr,!p-
erty in St. Audrews or nimnediate 1i-
cinity, you cannot aflord to purc'hi--e
until you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of the Buol'. If you are short of
Iunone\ and want to buy on Ii 1 imne fur"
tual -Uettl f it -1110-
in the

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FRATBRN &LIJY ,IVITEJ1.

H. VAimal) WmIe"iq "
If Wi' Lmoxnit Sou trc t~iil.Z f iiil

Wvth it tn:iti.'ly Nvoll4lly eve. ifl Pierce,
blvow the Furfti.'ow (li-mr~li(r. we are
lapt to. feel Lpitter rcorn and disgiist for
-AlfrleIhn'l crEimittirr'H. We buive'll-ed to
Ke iutnmfi liollmvwssr~. the atshes of the
of-1' 01* sb.re.' livi t':,Iselvk'q of what
.1 1i ,o fNur. thu*tm uj0Ulcrj14 beneantl
W ti i1 uu'jitih'ber. and tno wonder 11
Wv re tempi-dt tq think '. frlendshl l
1v.111fiywotrwhtI calle

"AR be I-til nf hre'xperletice abl
low~ dh't rrnt2t of mi-i it i und le-arn to sneet
at 'iaqparetitly good iunthvi'ms.-tlat de.,
4^4.Ucal snieebr which we bave seen,
a* iwrliulp-. felt. curling the li1p at


A, YOUNG LADY SLIFE4V

At Panama, Colozm p- n
CalethCholera-and Diarrbooe Remnedy.
eillt, of' Panamia. oil,~1i f ~r~l
luiterstatete: "Lts: 11archf s a
tient at young lady alitoem T pge
who had a very baii Rattack 'of
Everything I pieserill
5.teffectual and she yn
ery hour. Uer parents

--site could uot turi, over
.do at Iia criliha min
nue, It.-4 1 Aholk$4IZ
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0rnf-s .a stq .uo p... .\oo '
Rsoon i yq '-' S:ii .ic t\ *fnierin .J s
Sra'i t lir '1a U. wr-a 'i usitai van,

alfodoo loup d, l. oiur,'.. ml. afq o0.1 'I
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their bai eap-a/ell anid they were giv-
en a gunuinue -care. Fortunately a boat
that was j oit landing at Wai'e's wharfe
saw 'hem au w%,.-ut te their rescue, and
nothing more t-rious thau a good soak-
lug resulted.
-The Buoy has secured an agency for
theTnos A. '-Jison jr. Wizard Ink
Tablet, a wolnuvrful invention that
lias revolultionizedl then manufacture of
ink because iL, is a Pu're Ink, superior.
to ani vanufaut ured in liquid form andl
at les than half th price. It is made
in six colors; is absolutely indellible
and cannot be removed from paper
with acids; all colorsexcept cr-mine arce
non corrosive One Tablet makes one
ounce of Splendid Ink. Put up eight
Tablets in a box. Price pei box 10 ots:
three tablets for 5c; will make two or-
dinary school ink bottles of the Best
41k you evei saw. The trade supplied
a o olesale rates, by the Buoy
.V'A short timetKgo a young man by
the- name of Gus. Johnson. who
carried the mail between Chipley and
13a. head was arrested for robbing the
mail, and the evidence against him was
so strong that he confessed, aud in do-
fault of bail, was sent to jail. John-
son i a young manu, about 18 yeare,of
age, apparently not overly bright, br
he certainly would not have taruperfd
with the mail bag while he had a post
master for a passenger, wli -h he did
do, for while camping at noon, to feed,
by tNle east Econfina bridge, Capt. I.
M, Ware lay down on the grass a short
distance away and noticing Johnson
A tily tying up a sack his svs; ic' n
asaroused, and picking up a small
crap of paper that had been carelessly
torn from a wrapper he preserved it
till he reached an office, where. in the
presence of a cl, rk he found it tofiy ex-
actly to a wrapper that had contained
ai sufetywrazor. The papers and unreg-
isatred packages are sent here from
Aiplev in an unlocked canvas bag, and
itatlon. it secrm, was too great
-on to resi-t. A good many an'-
erchandise have beau missed.
thi- doubtless explain s
-
an nme Posh*.
hes sharks do not, I
Igh. The moost common
tusky sbark, when ho1 -

escapes.
lou' but short.
in much less time
half his silze. such
s, silt water tront


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i i u fir, O. :- I. l.- 'i', fore.
l .,CAyv'er was cohe!'udd. nimucl h to the
S tini .r, of'lhe T i'rclhilishop..
v iby coronation riMi:.n., a'cordin, '
1 r,.', should g r on the fV *rtIl;
,iTger. In this case the ring li: d ,'e'io
m\nde for thie it le tinger, wiit-h thki
que n !c'ie;ord;n;gly held out 'when thi
.'.'opj"r time c'ame. The rreli h.i-h'p rie
fused to put it ou that feiner and s;::it
It mnUust go on the f'ouii'th. 'The queek,
reimon!strtled, declaring th;t sh'e cou'i;
not get it on. tut tre arehl)ish(top insist
od thaIt t had to go. Aeeordi;:'ly th l
other rings were ta:en olT. aind tihe
new one was forced on with such pani
that as soon as the ceremony was Oiva'
the queen had to bathe her finger in ict
a-:atn r to get it off.--Saturdiy lv'en,.i:t
Post.

TIE" Thwo Or'l-7ias.
Tvo litti'.- 'h; Ii ( ned oter the : fence
-- -.1.1t :i;0e t;, S l' i;ayV ;'i oyl' nd of the I.it-
It' W rin (,ne;'e;s' ",er e, says, Th'e C'tl;is-
';i 1 K( -ist(er.
e '" '"T ),:,'it they'
htia a -,'", 'll'"s ? If I eh-tid be aI,
I'u'1'|an. I t l;i ;I l 're.'"
'()h."''sn;d th1 ,T r' r'. *the one at I.!x-
r'y x' ver ,e- a 'o hi l It'l tter' I x'old
an the.r ilf I xe;'e ;,i i a '.t ;'ma l-tit ."
I ,. )l',;n ]'t.' 'i)'p P ''('tiu;'. in t s one I'd be near p;!pa
iiutd I :'.;!; ,I;i."

Foley's Kidney Cure is a medicine
free from poisons and will nure any case
of kidney disease that is nA beyond the
reach of medicine. Sold by B. V. Brock,
St. Andrews.
.U-nvolsctbia Hiumor.
With the -uiconscious humor of the
schoolroom auid the examination we
are familiar, "but In this respect the
prayer' meeting and the board meeting
that doles out parish relief remain al-
most untouched sources of fun.
Recently .a trembling old lady at
Camberwell appeared for parish relief.
"But what Is your son," showas asked,
"that he cannot support yoi? "Please,
sir," she replied, "he's only a million-
aire." Amid the ensuing laughter they
learned that what she meant was com-
missionaire.
Also quite recently at a prayer meet-
ing where the worshiperA wished for
the restoration to health OT some friend
one of them "prayed, "0 God, restore
unto us our brother if It doth not in-
terfere with 'thy. perquisite,." The sit.
uation was saved by the exclamation
of, an Intelligent listener: "Halleluiah!
The Lord know, what he meais!"-
London Chi ouicle.
Smna1 r;. ih.
.An ting lshti:n walking through a
certain parl of 0t''CUI;L:nd with r(< a nTil
reel came upon fi tiny loch which he
thought lhckl out prowiise Cf good t-:p'rt.
Patiently' hlie fished for three hours,
umwviig'steadily from spot to spot along
the orders of the little pond, but no
success came to hinm.
,-At last he accosted a boy who had
stood for tenutn utes watching him
with alUIl"] surprise and curiosity ou
his face. "My little lad," said the ELg-
lisbman, "can you tell me whether
there are any fish in this pond?"
"If there lie ony. they must be vern
wee ones. sFr." returned the boy. "fir'
there wns nae water here until it rain-


J1)ed.
On July 14th, Mr Estelle Firances'
Jansenius, wife of Dr. A. J. HI. Janso-
nius aged 49 years.
Mrs, J. was horir at Ridgewa'y,
N. J-, Oct. 19, I5:3, the d ilugilter ol
Dr. Saimuel Buck. She married Dr.
J. at Biiniiilhaiu, Ala., March 25,
1892. She died near Morley, Mich.,
%here she had gone in the hope to
regain her health, as she was suffer-
ing 1ho0I bronchial conilsnuirtioln.
Shei was a member of the First
Biaptist church of Columbus, GA.,
and was well and favo: ably known to
tile older residents of St. Andrews

Her dteth was rather sadden, as
ire. J. expected her honme, but shell
passed away before hlie could reacli
hier. Sheo was interretl tlhe family
burial ground- at Buckyiile Mich.
Color and Jis..ase.
Every one would agree that color has
an extraordinary effect cn one's spirits,
,and scarlet or reds of any kind are dis-
tinctdy exhilarating. But what is the
power of color over disease? The idea
that the power exists is not a new one
-indeed nobody knows how old it is--
but when Edward II. (then Prince Ed-
ward) was smitten with smallpox his
.,doctor (Gaddesden) treated him in a
,way that would bafne even the Chris-
tian Sclentists.
To quote.his own words, from a note
of Viss Strickland's in her Marg-uerite
of 1rance memoir, "I ordered the
prince to be enveloped in scarlet cloth
and that.h!s bed and all the furniture
of his chamber should belif bright red
color, which practice not lon e cured
him, but prevented his being mark d."
The old chronicle goes on to say that
he "treated the sons of the noblest
houses in England on the red system
and made good cures in all."
"In this childish state," Miss Strick-
land quaintly remarks, "was the noble
art of healing at the court of Margue-
rite." What would her comments be if
she lived in this twentieth century?-
P'hiladelphia Ledger.

Advice.
"What would you say," began the
Voluble prophet of woe, "if I were to
tell yot ltit In a very short space of
time all the rivers of this country
would dry up?"
"I would say," replied the patient
man, 'Go thou and do likewise.' "-
Boston Christian Register.
Shatters all Records.
Twice :in hospital, F. A. Gulledge,
Verbena, Ala., paid a vast sum to doc-
tors to cure a severe case of piles, caus-
ing 24 tumors, When all failed Buck-
len's cArnica Salve soon cured him.
-ubdues inflammation, conquers aches,
kills pains. Best salve in the woAld.
ts. at all drug stores,

.oron'ation htv-nders.
i e.ver all s01ts of blunders inde
i n Vforia's corona tion, .afd the
Yee- tln.vw y0hit 1o do


livw the Natdve4 Trent CGiflla.
Natives in Ithe (oui'ttr'is inhlabite-d I.
great apes regard thmin a lOtwavys as a,
nina l;eILngs of iti)krior types, and it is
for this reason that for a Iong iman, 'i
was found impossible to get hold <:f a;)
entire gorilIa skin lbec.aue the savaIgos
considered it religiJusily necessary t,
cut off the han 1ds and feet of the ani
wmals when tlhy killed them. just ;.
thc"v do with their (,; en).s. pos- ;t.I
folr the purpose of a ilt lrin then
ihamlemiss inic ; e:s they shouhl >y n a-
li i:'"e <:; to : ;',;2; i n.

All Were .3aved.
"For years I sufiTerid such untold mis-
erv 'from Brouchiti:-,"' writes J. II.
Jolhnston,of Br]ouhiltl'on, Ga., "that oft-
en I was iunai)lo 1)o work. Then, whlen
eve vt1 in i' ele failed, I was wholly cur-
ed ty lDr. Kin 's New ])iseovry for
C'i;sunmptio'. I\Iy wife suflfred iitee .-
I] ft'ro AsLI>IIh il i r (', e rl-el her, and till
oil' OI' i'i(el] t f(')'s to i.)W i, is the
1est cro' )ii !'. i''i tte in t1i ,v e rid." A
rial wiil u'Vil,'.- on it'rs uinrivalcod fo)r
t 'ro;Lt and i rag dihscam.". (al'tante'ed
l)ottlis 5'Ov atd $1. Trial bottles fr ee
at all drua'gisls.

Tihe satld pa'.nts (con:tain .no ,npprccia-
1)l0 aliiiouliat of nittrint aand are not
etci'e'!c'd for this reason by those who
r(co,a ize- their value and deemu their
erisp rus tsa n td < lit prop, rti 1an i1-
dispensnblhie p:.rt of lhe ideal dinner.
TheU nature of thcir (: ipu'ient parts,
along with it(he oil. acids and eomndi-
Im'ents used t)o dritss thlm, niakes then
most useful aids to the digestion.
The First irA? Window.
The first glass window in lEugi' d
was tput ni) in an aibey about The
year 680. Glais windows. however,
did not be) (cce gi'U'ral fur miaity hun--
dred years, and a t as lste 157T t-he
glcas ( 'fcsllntS at Alnwick cal tlc, t1hI'
Duke of Northumibetriudi's sent, were
r,.-'rl rly taken down when the fanti"'
wIs awayly from htoine.--Notes and
Queries.
mis Knowvl<(dr.
"I suppose, Mr. Cascty." said the pas-
senger to tlie Irish pilot. ."you kuow
whire all the roeks are along this
coast."
"Faith, Oi do not," replied the pilot,
"but 01i know where they ain't."-'Phil-
adelphia 1 e'ss.
worldly i"tdlo'.m.
"Now that nmy e ngagtnent to Edgar
is broken off I wonder if he'll ask : i
to return the jewels that he gave me."
"If he doesn't akS fr t lim, I'd s nul
theam Ib'ck. ktt oee, for in that ease
they're not geouine!"- l''iegende i.t-
ter.
"r h! an dial)'te", in .it wor't f(t :i ."
w r'ite- M otari lon Of i') i ll;t i .
[Tri"<' ht w) vt-i iIns \ lt m ri .'; .

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Ni<)tice.
There will be held a Primal'y Elec-
tion ir. Washington county Florid'a, on
Tuesday, August the 12th, 19102, to
nominate county otifcers and state ii. i-
cers that were not nominated in the
Primary Election hehl July 15thl, 192.
S W.B 1GAINER.
( Ch'n Dem. Ex. orn.
-----
Iri.h lnird Beliefs.
A DTullin .ot!r:';tl. sp :tki:', fl1i out the
h'elf'lfs :fbruIt bilr's itl Ireland, sayr
t4hat the Liaei.rd :ntld IBru!;lih r.,;(
"w,-a:d-'ings x-',;se sinls rnelst ibc
ex-pintciId on t 'artl : heice they are
forced to en-hlure the rigors of wint.r.
Itoks. jaekdaws, bats, hawlns and
owls are anillatcd by lost souls. T li
wagtuil is called the devil's i'd ocr ntic
other reason, it .is sipposcd, than that it
cleverly eltidcs the i issiles thrown at
it. A 1,cad wagtail is a rara avis.
The rbini is called ;old's bird be-
cause it puhiked a thorn fro'n the eriul
crown pressed upon the hend of our
Savtior and .In doing so wounded Its
own breast. It forsakes a "cursed"
graveyard.
Sparrows, stares and plovers are on
friendly terms with the fairies. The
lark and the swallow are birds of good
omen, but the latter should not rest on
The housetop.


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FOR TAX COLLECTOtU.
The canvassing board having declar-
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Collector, at the recent Primary, 1 do-
sire to inform my friends, among whom
'I count all of the voters in the county,
that I am still in the race and solicit
your continued and increased support.
Thanking you all for the favors just
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",The Lady or the Tiger?"
Once. referring to "The Lady or the
Tiaer ~" Frank R. Stockton said:
"I cannot answer the question, for I
have no earthly Idea myself. I really
have ever been able to decide whether
the lady or the tiger came out of that
door. Yet I must defend myself. Peo-
p!e for years'ihave upbraided me fof
le'vir I nvysteryR. Some used to
wri 'I had nn o right to impose
1UpolmB'od nature of the.public In
that manner. However, when I started
hi to write the story. I really Intended
to rnish it. but it would never let itself
be fi:'ished. I could not decide, and tO
this day I .have, I assure you, no more
Idea than any one else."
W!zo Sir rleoer de Coverley Wan.
i'r Iogu'r de Coverley *was the name
of a n:,mber of the' imaginary club,of
tv.l've udelllr whose direction AddM-
,'s: peclQ('Itc-r was professedly pub-
1.edl. lie was an old -'thool, bluff,
). ''ea red and simple English gen-
tk Ia. 'iThe dance named after him is
an l T''-,h! e',il'a dance corresponding.
(>!' whvut to the Virginia reel.

howv ne Wound Up.
"Sad about Itinghna, isn't it?"
"What's the matter with Bingham?"
"He went to the bad being a good
fellow."--Baltimore News.
The Long and Short of It.
"Hie may win the race."
"Yes; he's .short legged, but long
winded."-Detroit "Free Press.

'To Cure a Cold 1n One lDay
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All dru'ggsits refund the money if it
fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signa-
t'ure on every box. 25c.
Didn't Give It.
"Willie, did you give Johnny Smith
a black eye?"
"No, nia'al ."
"Are
"Yes, dy had the+
ey C('cago Post. ft

Rhenenliter that you will
but a a'3-y lost, by -being afraid to
the thing that seems to you right, by
'g-i!owioi" the ,crowd without cultivat-
ilt tr own Individuality.-Ladies'

Just Look at Her. -
Whbenco came that sprivht.
faultless skit., rich, rosy counpldion,
smiling face. She looks good, feels
(rood. Here's her secret. She uses- Dr.
Kin', New, N ills. Restilt-Lall or-
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There is no disease so insinuat-
ing, so slow but sure, as kidney dis-
ease, or so wide-spread The symp-
toms are so slight as to generally
escape notice.
The first indications appear in
the urine, with varied effects. The
quantity may be increased or de-
creased; it is likely to be highly colS
ored and scalding; it may be pale
or thin, or thick and milky with a
sediment. Later on more pro-
nounced symptoms will be present,
such as dizziness, bloating, etc.,
with marked bladder and urinary
disorders.
Poisonous waste matter sl collected
by the blood from all parts of the sys-
tem and carried to the kidneys, where
it is separated and cast out through the
urine. The kidneys deal with the blood
only, deriving nourishment there-
from. Hence, if the blood is bad the
kidneys are not only overworked but
underfed. How necessary is it, there-
fore, that the purity and vitality of the
blood should be maintain ed. It isplain
why the great blood purifier and
strengthener-Dr. Harter 's Iron Tonic-
has been successfully used in treating
kidney diseases and In preventing same.
In purifying the blood the kidneys are
greatly relieved, while, at the same time,
new strength and vitality are given
these organs. The following letter tells
a very old story:
PINE KNOT, KY., June 25, 1902.
The Dr. Charter Medicine Co., Dayton, 0.
GENTLEMEN: I had a severe case of
typhoid fever six years ago, 'which left
my kidneys in bad order. I have tried
a number of remedies and taken treat-
ment from doctors, but Dr. Harter's Iron
Tonic has done me more good than
everything else. C. CORDELL,
Merchant and Mine Operator.
There are thousands of just such
cases as the above that are treated
without results *because they are
wrongly treated. Mr. Cordell's
condition resulted from an exhaust-
ing fever; the kidneys, as well as
the rest of the system, had been
wasted by disease. No wonder Dr.
r wToM nic promptly cured,
oD~ pii'purified ind enriched the
blood, and such blood carried new
strength and vitality directly to the
kidneys and to all the organs.
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pR*RICES CURRENT
S( .)OC E all tS.
Grantulated .. 7 He No...... 5.
e i. ;2 Gunpowder.. 4tl
C o, -. Un e'd Jp. J10-fi
t bown.. Cod milk, ca I
re.... 12@20 Unsweetn'a.10
Arhuctie,Wh 12-15 Sweefened ..... 10-
(tAiger siaps 311625 Baking power
ormckers,oda. 10 Royal ...... .. 50
'olacco, plug "20a60 Campbell ...... 10
aisirs Canned fruit
,oidonlayers8-5 Peaches. ..10a)
Vale cia ...... 8 Tomatoes.. e ..Sal2
tic n .. 6* j i Apples.. e... 10
Sppl s Pears ......... 1
'Evaporated... 1:- Plumins ......... 10
Dried peaches 8 ANpricot ...... 10-'20
a i gal ... 15 Strawberries... 20

jaColmie . 20 Pineapple ... 1-20
Ilovid a Syrup .. 50 e Canued Meats
.loe I .oo itoast Beef..... 1 5
7 neY- d "'. 31) Corned Beef... 15
ueese pr lb ... 15 Chipped Beefl'o-5
Sitter ... .. 25-30 Lobster ....... 20
jOleoargerile. 15 S0hnork ....... 15
Olard---- -10 Canined Vegetabiles
I 1.... ... 5 Baked Beais... 1
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Cooanut ... kg 10 Corn ....... 3 0@
Jelly, glas 0a12,2 eas........... 10
imue Juice ...... 4. Putmpkim ...... 12
Fggsper doz..- 20
vp 1,ItovISIONS.
Flour .Pork
A, t l D Sill P r U' ....... 7 o
Au'rnm.Ian ),.'.2.95 D.S.pri .1
). Baroe it Sides ..... 12
Majestic .... 2.5 Baco Si ...d 80
CorA Mealpr lhu0"70 1.'kf'st Bacon. 13
Oat bMesta pr tb... 'r '
Cort per lu95al -90 slam canvassed'1.-
Porti eruS S-Shoullel5s..1. 1. i
Potatoes -.1 60 Beef
I riash. 1, Coraee t
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Sweet. "00 Fresh ........
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a. ., H HARDWARE.
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tlcts knolt.in. It gr"',w's in long b1 Il,' .


rminell;.cs to l@:e hl,': ii' -'r o' r in (
fe('tl ard v:tNx" dry the bl';.' curls.uj;
from side to side. vialking ; c rd wh'leb
is stronlggr than ;ny e l ;'. 'thnint has 'even.r wIei1n taimnu'
fii Ctur'Od t Is [li Inge:tIt Ittamand I iuon--
fCorists and i,.t;mi'g lintoutfi turers of
ynS(,u!.l-inids <.f g'riis 'goods, but at
VID as.-ts jVralutbi)h 1-il' 'ics bencon
' kkn-wn it Oill lhaie 'a tl-1.ir 'd ulse$
-bit, ch ite' ;ow ,ii''': in'-"l ,i'. IHores
cordn.. lines of i t, y t :-' run :it i iid .n1)
Fizp( lin'y I)e manufactured of It. .ntl a
slIjf's cable\of ssral grass Is ot of tht-
poxll illtii'% ofthe t'futi e. It is rthtnout
litnptt lto to tlihe a-tio. of sialt water
pnd n 1oi readily decayed or disinte
-rmit.[:l v~ olt is&;re and heat and will
In time pr:ve one of the mr st valuable
Productions of (-Central Amerrica.
Look Pleasant, Flease.
Photographer C. C. Harlan, of Eaton,
0O., an do so now. though for years he
couldn't because he suffered untold ag-
ony from t lie worst frin of indigestion.
All physi-'ian', and, medicines failed to
help him till le tried Elect-ic Bitter$
which wlgrked suth wonders for him
that he declares they are a godsend to
aufferers frovi dyspepsia and stomach
troubles. Unrivaled for di.-e aseoof thle
stomachb' liver and kidneys, 'they build
up and give new life to the '.. h'jtle sys-
temn. Try hem. Only 509c, guaranteed
by all ,.it ig.'i-


eit a babe of but a few weeks old t-,
mourn their loass.
SMr. Robertson of North Bay visit-
ed our Sunday school last Sunday.
M- iss Aiognes Maddox returned to
her home t Wewahitchlka, Monday.
Tlihursda' evening M'r. and Mrs.
.l a n y,-ad MAi. Bowen attended thea
Bap'ist association meeting, held at
the ThomasO redilence, Miliville.
Plans baive been perfected for build-
Ing a tle hu'cit at that place in
the near futt-'e, and they already
havA .subscriPtion of $100 dollars
for that purpose,
The young people who attended
the party at Cromanton Thursday
night, given by Mr. and Mrs, F. W.
Hodkins, report a fine time.
Mrs. Mamie Bell of Wewahitchka
returned to her hlome, Friday.
The imnany friends of Mrs. Portis,
once of this place, but now of Mis-
aissippi, will be glad to know that
shie has recovered her eyesight, suffi-
ciently that she can now see with the
aid ot glasses, after being almost to-
tally blind for somtne timn; but a suc-
cssf'uln operation removing cataracts
trom her eyes Jias permitted hei
lO(ce inoi)C to sef.

.lp mii > liest' t sl s. i .
ThAeilp 'se festivals ore easily ro
,uenliired(l: f"Virst of list mouth, the
ew ye,'rcr: thit'd of third month, feastt
'f dolls, for girls: tiftif (of liI'lh month,
o'stf 1!' i P.i s, for boys: sevetiih of s'v-
-nth )motiii), thutlh:y for the god amul
od)iess of love,. 'on ,lIt,; itit' of
ninthh noutt:, .the "si' e;5li,' io the mo':n-
alii,' the.'. east bihrysantithintis.
The latter --t- now generally ob-

S Aiversary Thlouirta. '-
'H, lby, dear, do you know that we
wi ave been married ten years nexb
Tr day?"
8:; I realize that we are getting
r eand should begin to economize
r ,the needs of the future."
"It is ndi the ffiiure that I am think-
Slag about. bit the ptesput."-New York
Heradkl.
Chamherlain's Colic)i -
arri ^a Remedy has a w.d wide repu-
tationifor its cures. I rails aid Ts'
11 asant and saf, to tl kqr sale by
L. Al%,WVare. St#An, ,Baybhead
5,il tt; n.. eiie l lie d

"tutnmy,'t aId gli--'mnumrn
'my. dear. I d wiV-s eight give some
money tor p.i reb's, d.nners."
"So y "lu1t. murnin. .en't an." moou-
ey." -
"Well. (Itnrd kp to golvth-
ou1t .sugrtir- -u S money
ii d IL u e fe."
Tl t a,* qil .d ,I.,f solemnly
Mf.r a ,,nur. uluM, "tMu.t
*N be si'-,r. ni *
"'W*".iy. ni,": ,',T H 't mind
iimuch \\ \linskt I ke to do
'ithioin't" ,]
"IHow nwol soat mummy.
'i<.n?" ex-clained the den in
hntiAph.- [Phila del),'ia- I -
- -- -
You Know Wthat JuftIAre Tak-
iug."
Where vot take Grove's .'astelcs9 Chil
olc because the formnala is plainly
i liv iron abtd Qutinine in a tasteless
In l'nl." No Ormre, No Pay. 'r-ice 50c.

oiined (lthe Lobby narrel. ed
Coriet' when tt legislsature flrs 8t' into
esslon bka rttier froib the counties
arriving -, promptly askittg to be
shown the lob1y.
When that place was pointed out to
him, he hiosed around for awlhile and
then remarked in t hearing of some
bystanders:
"I've been fooledd" he declared dis-
gustedly.- "They tole me I could find
a bar'l of tyoney loose in the lobby,
but I see now thet it's a dinged lie!"-
3Baltimor Ierald.
sV;:'e aot nF;ted.
Mrs. 'SUtl,'i',, I see your husaaiiu
goes t out behind, the st:ablIe to smoke..
DIon't you illow him to smoke In the
hou a an t m h"ore? "
Mrs. PBakiots--0h: he can smokle a;ny.


where he likes, but just now he is put-
ting up a bluff that he has sworn off.-'
Town Topics.


London a hundred years ago had a
population of 888,198. When the first
official census was taken,
A Cure for Cholera Infantum.
"Last May," says Mrs Curtis Baker,
of Bookwalter, Ohio, '.an infant child of
our neighbor's was suffering from chole-
ra infantum. The doctor had given up all
hopes of recovery. I took a bottle of
Chanrmberlaitn's Colic, Cholera and I iar-
rhea Reium to the house, telling them
-I w.aSrure it would ,d) good if used ae
cording to directions. _In two days' time
the child ha d futif recovered, and is now
(tiayarly ,a ye-synce) a vigorous, healthy
gi'l. I have reconmmlided this Remedy
-frepuently and havo never-known it to
>ftl i Hg le Inti'tce." For tale by L.
St. dal~ w8 and Bayhead and


VIR GIIA COLLEGE
For VYo q IES, Roanoke, Va.
Opens S'ep 902. One o1 the leau.Itl-
iing Sc'hi ols fo' 'ung, Iadilie. i fhil
Sui th. New building pi:i:nu is and e:, i .-
Yifewl. Lc, i tel.ld ten acilo (ji'rJid iIi.1)11-
ttain scenery iu the Valley of V.a., famned
Ior health. Europeani and Amnerican
icachers. Full course. .ons_.rvatorvy ad-
v-ntages In Art, Music and Eloention.
Students from thirrv rates. For cata-
logue audrous MATTIJEP. HARRIs.
S 'Roanoke, Va.


Wood In Egyptina Stonework. '-
Probably the oldest timber in the
world which has bee'i subjected to the
use of niin is that found In the an ciet:
temple '*f I. 2,. In '~W tio ','
tihe .t -e'work. tirh'e, '" m ow i "
S :. t- A '! 'his, 1 .
wood used In the -j '-str !:.
temples. Is in thew fourn of lIes hotaill;
the end of one store to another. Whe::
two blocks were lid in )place, an ex
cavationu bhout an InTh (lee(p ws mid.
In each block, in w ich; a tiii shi:i)'-.
like an hourglass i: driven. 1i .is thcii
fore very difficult to force ;ny stouw
from its position.
ills [ositton.
An exchl'ug'e tells cf a godfather whb
when asked iln the course of the serv
ice It lie tbelived what all Christian's,
tIold as the essentials of the faith anl
swered with emphasis, "I renounce
them nill." to the consternation-of lhee
parson and all the witnesses.
Stori.g Oxygen In the IBlood.
!'lofesslmal dliv't.rs, who I (reiTUinii uu-
der water fromt two to ithe iiiuits at
a tiui, arm'e a iccinst n'.d l',' ore sub-
merginlhg ,tlwiw.lv(,s to take deep insp)i-
ratho's for ten ninP.,tes. The objec,(t
is said to be to store up oxygen, Dnot
in the lung cells, but in the blood
*'orpuscles. 'This ender's a temporary
sa :' 4'';i0o of thlie bi'ent!li'", possible
by s;plii).',-: i' tiw corlUi'se +'. with ani
.uxt lan -i'at:tity oxygen'. to be ex-
*h.1. :';ed e'i!h -.ie.d!!v v:th the cnrbonice
e!;.L. rii'.duct d by vital pz'iocsses, in

Stops the Coigh ain Works ofi
the Cold.
Laxative Broomo-Quinine Tablets care a
cold in one day. No Cure No Pay. Price
25 cents.
7 It.. nlonea lBeggarn.
Everybody who visits Rome must ex-
pect to be swindled and disappointed.
There are many illusions, and you will
be greatly disappointed when you ap-
proach them and they fade away. You
will be swindled by shopkeepers, hack-
men, peddlers and everybody that you
have anything to do wxih, and the beg-
gars. will annoy you with their p)ersist-
ence like the fakirs and flower girl
that follow you upon the street, but all
this la a part of the experience of ev-
erybody who comes here, only such an-
noyances are greater in Rome than in
most other places.
Begging Is a profession, as in every
other Italian city, ard the profits ar<
much larger, because tlere are niort
strangers to appeal to. None but inex-
perienceed '. g,,aiLu l e t h a na
tive Roman, bjA9 useV they know it 1,
useless, but iy save all their energy
and pathoS for strangers, particularly
Afirericans and English, whom they
'follow with the greatest p.?rsistence.-
Chicago Herald.

S Simple Transactlon.
"I like de 'pearance o' dat turkey
,mighty well," said Mr. Johnson aftel
a long and wistful study of the bird
.The dusky marketpnan seemed strange-
ly deaf.
"How could I-what arrangement,
SoulAd a pusson make'dat wanted t<
buy dat turkey?" Ar. Johnsu asic(
after a pause. -
"Easy terms enough" sild I n'r
ketman briskly. "You get him b;
means ob a note o'.hand."
"Anote o' hand," repeated Mr. Jofn-
son, brightening up at once.' "Do ^-ot-
tnean I writes it out andi pays seon
time when"- But his hope in (his glo-
loup prospect was rudely shattered by
the marketnman.
"A note o' hard woenns in 41ds case,"
he said, with disheartening clearness,
"dat you hands me a two dollar note,
Mr. Johnson, and I hands you de tur.
iy in response to dat note." .-,
^Promptly Givyen..
He-My tani goes in fifteen mintites
Can you not nie one ray of hope
before I leae'eyO t, ver?
She Er---that clocl is--% f-an hour
fast-Brooklyn Life.

An Important Qunaliicaton.t.
First Burglar- What did yer take
that brickybrac for? 'Tain't no good.
Second* Burglar--'Taiu't?
First Burglar-Naw. I tell yer, Jim-
my, if yert water make a fust class
success in dis business yer got to knot;
somethin' about art!-Puck.
Foley's Kidney Cure
Will cure Bright"'s disease.
Will cure Diabetes.
Will cure Stone in Bladder.
Will cure Kidney and Bladder dis-
eases.


Foley's Kidney Cure will cure all dis-
eases arising front disordered kidneys
and bladder. For sale by :B V. Brock,
St. Andrews, Fla,
Solid ood For Scot's Intellect.
The librarian of the Aberdeen Public
library shows in his annual report
what books renders call for. In one
case a laborer's I'.st thirty books from
the library consisted of two books in
science, one In philology, two in sociol-
ogy, three poetry, three philosophy,
eleven theology and eight fiction. An-
other remarkable case is that of an up-
holsterer, whose reading In a period of
about two years consisted of one book
in science, one io useful arts, two in
history, five in biography and twenty-
six books of travel.-St. James Gazette.
... i tt"

ii tertii nli Ia "r ';L- ii 1 1i P. ib il 'i l'r
-(Gtladl s, v.-'-It line is it .'
Gladys--1 d:>u't know, pa. Our clock
isn't going.'
iPa- how about George?--Richmond
Dispatch.

(j ,:( Is yo i' i' e iii, rv'- ed for tl(.
)('t'i ot .11 \v< ;t No I doot'l t( liei ve in Ill';it1'
1)eisi'-4i$M ii i r-.titii:liio.l waxy. and s; I
laid tih-'l p(O irh i' l:!e ,Iy:1 litle to her
.<.. ,l,- ,I''.-'-, N"-" York Ilerald.


WHISK EY
..... $1,25 IER GALLON....
Mention thifliap-er and snd for-
l Pfi ',-- List
Write: WIN DIS. CO
Winston, N. C.
Lowest Priced Whiskey House


BANNER, 8A LVE
the most heatina salve in the world,


A'crso nak.
A. J. Fleming of thile Early County
News, of Blakely, Ga., accompanied
by Dr W, B. StandifCr, his son,
.lack, and a yonng man nam,,d wf ,'o.
Bryant, arrived Imro oy teaii on lFri-
day last, lto a short sojourun on the
bay. These gentlemen rarely miss a
a season that they do not visit us
and their presence is always welcom-
ed. Dr. S. was at one time a resident
of St. Andrews, and dn ing his short
st-y made many waim friends, and
Mr. Fleming can count all those li.s
Iricids who have the loa.usre ool
making his acquaintance.
Mrs. b WiseOogel and party of
six. whose names the Buoy faild to
get, arrived Irom (liiphly onl Fridaiv
(qceOing last, and are established for
:a month, at least, in the Eeker house
on Loraine avenue.

Early Printing and llltratling.
The first printing press in the United
States began its civilizing work at
Cambridge, Mass., in Harvard univer-
sity In 1639. The tirst American made
illustration, it is still believed, ia in
Tully's Almanac of Boston in 1698.
The first American copperplate portrait
published in this country was in In-
crease Mather's "Ichabod." published
in 1703. The first three engravers were
Paul Revere, Benjamin Franklin and
Isaiah Thomas, who distinguished him.
self at the battle of Lexinugton.
Henry '.' Shattuck of Shellsburg, Iowa
wapcured oft a stomach trouble with
wlch he had b)en allicted fou y'eais, by
four boxes ot Cliambeilain's Stomach
and li e Tale s. He had previnupl
tried in iy other remedies and a num n e
of physicians without reiief. Par sale by
i, M. Wa e, St. Andraws and Bayhe;ad
and all .medicine dialrs.

The Best Prescription for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle e of (;G.)iovE
TArTELIESS CHILL TONIC. It is sBiuplv iroln
and quinine in a tasteless form. No cure,
no pay. Price 50c.


LEGAL NOTICES,.

Notice of Application for Tax
Deed
Under Section 8 of Ch pter488S, Laws of
Florida.
Notice is hereby given that G. B.
'1 hompson. purchaser of Tax Certificates
Nos. 146,153, 15.4,155 and 156, dated the
2d day of July, A, I). 1300, has filed said,
certificate in my office, and made applica-
tion for tax deed to issue in accordance
with law. Said certificates embrace thI
following described property situated in
Washington county, Florida, ta-wit: Lots
7 and 8 of .lock 21, lots 8 and 10 of block
10, tot 10 of block 22, lots 1, 3, 4, 5, ; and
21 of block 23, all in swY4 of sec. 35, tp 3s,
r. 15v.. The said land being assessed at
the date of the issuance of such certrLi-
eates in the names ,of T. J. Smith, Mrs.
Jane Chandler a.id Unknown. Unless
said certificates shbiIl be redeemed ac-
- uLdi ,ig to law ta x d' -*4-- -i,
>n uNi thie o li da iy o 'igi *-t, A, i'. Il.l'
Witnes- my otiicia -ignaiture and sai
[L s.] this thc h e tah day of Juiyv, A. 1.
190:2. W. C, LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit ourt,
of Washington County, Florida.

Notice of Application for Tax
Deed
Under Section 8 of Chapt. r 4,888 Laws ol
Florida.
Notice is hereby giren that G. HB.
Thominpson, purchaser of Tax Certifieateu
NoT. 120 12-2 and 125, dated the i2d day ot
July, A. i>, 1900, has filed said >cer;iticare-
in myv office, and has made aplplica ion foi
tax deed to issue in accordance with iaw.
Said certificates eilmbrace the following
described property situated in Washing-
ton county,Flori n ia, to-wit: Block 31, ni ,
sec. 8, tp. 4s, r. 14w, lots 1 to 8, bloek I,
se14 sec. 8. tp. ,is, r. 14w: 10 acres living
east of block 15, se'4 sec. 8, to. 4s, r. l4w.
The said land being ass ssed at the date
of' the issuance of such eert'ficates in the
name of S. E. Thompson and Unknown.
Unless said .ettificates shall be reodec ned
according to law, tax deed will issue there-
on on the 301h day of August, A, I>, 190l2.
Witness my official signature up- -ea.
[L,S.] this the 25th day of July, A. D)
1902. W 0. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Court
o01 Washinotoi County, Florid .

Notice of Application for Tax
Deed
Unaer Section 8, of Chapter 4888, Laws of
Florida.


Notice is hereby given that G. B.
Thomlnoon, purchaser of Tax Certific.te
No. 190,dated the 1st day of August, A. 1D.
1898, has filed said certificate in iimy of-
fice, and has made application for tax
deed to issue in accordance with law.
Said certificate embraces the following
described property situated in Washing-
ton county, Florida, to-wit: nxi block 8.
ea sec. 8, tp 4s, r. 14w. The said land
being assessed at the date of the issuance
of' such certificate in the name of Un-
known. Uiless said certifiate shail lbe
redeemed according to law, tax deed will
issue thereon on the 30th day of Augunt,
A. v. 1902.
Witness my official signature amid seal
IL' s J this the 25th day of uly. A. D.
1902. W. C. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Court,
of Washiigt n County, Florida.


Notice of Application for Tax
Deed
Underebhtion 8 of Chapter 4S88 Lwiws of
Flu rilt.
Notice is her el)v gi eu that M ary B.
Jenk. -, purchaser of 'Tax Certificate No.
71t;, dated the 'Id day of August, A. )P.
1897, has filed s il certificate in my office,
iidtl has iiiae apuuiealion lor tax deed to
issue in aecoidtdae wilh law. .Said cir'
tifictc temlr:tces the follow ig described
piop rity, ailu.ated in Wa-liinigton county.
Florida, to-wit: llock I, 1e section 8,
tp. 4s, r. 14w. The said land bleing as-
sessed et the date of the issua.ice of' said
certificale in lie name of Unknowi. Un-
less said ce"-tificate shall oe redeemed ac-
cording to law, tax deed will issue there-
i on Oi tlie 25th day of July, A. D. 19012.
Witness my official signature and al
[L. s.] this the 25(h day ofjuly, a. ).
190o2 W, C. LOCKEY,,.
Clerk Circuit Court
of Washington County, Florid i.

PARKER'S
HAIR BALSAM
TClesnae and beautifies the tifr.
Promote a Intuxriant growth.
ever rails to restore Grmy
Sair to ite yout hful Color.
uew e csalp dieses & hair talinag.
4()Ceand $1 .( l ) [)Vgists = -


"I was given up to die .'.
quick consumption. I then bce,.
to use Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. ;
improved at once, and am now in
perfect health."-Chas. E. Hart-
man, Gibbstown, N. Y.

It's too risky, playing
with your cough.
The first thing you
know it will be down
deep in your lungs and
the play will be over. Be-
gin early with Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral and stop;
the cough.
Three sizes: 5c, Soc., $1. All dnagfnti.

Consult yonr doctor. If he says take It,
then do as he says. It he tells you not
to lake it, then don't take it. lie klocw,:
Leave It with him. We are wlling.
J. C. AYEB CO., Lowell, MK%0.


W3 F. W-OODFORD
,D A L +E t1I .-, ." _'," "" ?'
GENERAL- M E R H t

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I E LL J E WELI. i

Shells Mounted to Order
T. 1-.. i 1 ... h + i - ."T A C


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III AI1V JJSI1TfaO. H12. U1acio ffie
PIl' 1 Eh1C'ESAND C()RTJt1E S1-)N 'L LvkRy 1M
By W.-F. W04O RDO1 .Isl.''


PA



Her
Very I
li i.


Not Quite Strong" Inonug. a yoi
While Mr. Hawtrey and his company ,1 ytou
were playing "The Gray Mare" to
crowded houses in Edinburgh some "i bu
years ago the care of the thunder- [.rke
storm, the noise of the rain being I sel
made by thie vigorous rattling of a few to trca
peas in a tinl box, was intrusted to an Or)rdrs
old Scotsman known as Mac, who had Man
been employed about the Thealt(r
Royal for many years and wast no
longer as en ergetic ms he i sed to be.
On the first night the peas were not
rattled with ufficient cner'gy to phi,;e
Mr. lIawiroy, who, rushing, ov er to lthe
astonished Mae, rattled him, box alnd
peas together, exclaiming:
"Louder, man; louder! It's a storm *'i
we want, not a Scotch mist!" '
('ures lczemi n.ii il. Itch inig'l I -
nlors Through tile I3lood--- ,
Costs Nothing to Try It. C*
13. H B. (Botanic Blooll d l1ali) is n Il t
rt'ecogiizedl 1i, ;i cu e i't in ani silUI're cure for
cceciia, ichin sl in, huniors, sea l,
scal's, watt'.y li er. pimples, achit g
bIones or joints, ojins, c:rir inelos, prick-
linllg pain in th skin, old eating soi'es, ul-
cer's, etc. lhotaric llluI) i la 1i t akeni n-
ternially, cures the worst aind Io" t dA ep- 1 "
seated case', by enciicLing, purifviiig iana U
.it;lizing '.the l blood, t'herely giving ai
healthy blood supply to the skin. Botan-
ic Blohd Balm is the only cure, to) st
cured, for tliose :ivt'ltI, ;l1111()Vi skii
troulblos. tli'r riciii(lis may relive, aut
iH. it. B.ac'ti llv cures, hl al ever y sore, i
alid gives the rich -,low of health to the'
sli .. B. 11. buildss up the broken n
down ;>iodv an t makes tlhe blood red an i
nourishing. lOver 3000 voluntary tesli-
iloniials otf curles liv b etanic Blood Bailm.
(B, B. B. ) Druggists, $1. Trial t-r:at-
ment free and prenaid iby writing 13100(lood
Balni Co., Atlanta, Ga. Descri he trou-
ble, aind free medical advice given until
cured.
Price of lnackve'll'a island.
The price of Blackwell's island when
It was purchased by New York city
was not seven pieces of wAnI)puuil, 120(
pounds of tobacco or two slacks ofi-die-
arms, the price of Manittnn Island.
wif $n,ni-or. paid to Itobert Hlackw(cl,
the owner, who lihad narricd--
ter of the English captain Maniing.
-who in 1673 surreinhored city to the Dutch. When the English
resumed control, Manning retired t- |)
Blackwell's island, then known as HIog .-
island, and after his death it lecamnn
the property of his daughterr and son
in-law. It was sold in 1838 to New
York city and since his been in use for
various correctional and charitable In-
stitutions. An____ ll
A Physician Healed.
I)Dr, Geo. Ewing', a practising] physi-
cian of Smith's Grove, Ky., for Over 30
years, writes his por',ional experience
with Foley's Kidney Cure, '"For years
I had boen greatly bothered with kid-
oey and bladder trouble and cnlarred
piroslraitT gland. I used everything
known to thle profession without relief,
until I commenceC(d to use Fcl''y'z Kidli \ A
C'ur After taking three bottle* I \v o P ni
entirely r-1ieva e and cured. I prepriibe )c
it now daily in my 'practice and hearti-
ty recominmeiid its use to all physicians
f(,r such troubles. 1 have prescribed it \Vh It
in liundreds of ceases with p)rfect ,sue
cess." For .sale 11. V. Brock, St. An-
drews, Fla.

The Romans Did Not Use Soap.
The Itomans were not acqualnited Illlll.
with the use of regulnir soap, but they Fr
employed an alkali, with which t, ' r
greasy dirt was dissolved out of their
clothes. This alkali, called nitrum, is
referred to by Pliny, but the cheapest --
solvent was urine, which was mostly
used. The clothes were put in this,
mixed with water and then stamped
upon with the feet. This process was j R
performed by old people, whilo boys LO
lifted the clothes out of the tubs. The
white garments, after being washed,
were subjected to the vapor of sulphur,
being stretched on a frame and the sul- No 4
phur burned beneath. Poor people in 12:35-
Rome cleansed their bodies with meal 2:22 i
of lupins, called lomentum, which, with 4:22
common meal, is still used iu some 8:2,'5
places for that purpose.

B. V. B UK'S o:5

is the Place to Buy 2:30
Clothing and Gents'
Furnishing Goo
At stock bottom Prices!
At his Store may also be found Con- '
stantly on Hand, a Full Line of 11:55

Ceneral Merchandise 12:20
AND 12:23
Hardware! -],:3
A Tin Shon 12"5
Run in connection with the Store, af- 1 :30


ford6 ample opportunity fo.t tho 1:55
Repairing of All Kinds of Tinware 2:33
Here are manufactured tie 3:00
3-23
Sheet Iron Box Heatinf Stoves! 4:t
Which are so deservedly popular. 4:18
44(-
A call at B. V Brock's Store will :00
convince all persons of thegenuine. 5:08
ness of his goods and lownes( ot his 5:33
lrt ices. (i:00



Foley's ioney and Tar'
for chlldren,safe,sure. No opiates. 8:15


MADEAL IN "



e are Some of the Best of Reasons why Yod s g id
Liberal Share o(it Youlr ('ustoim: .
1ndle a WELL-SEECTEDI) STOC('K OPF T'l 8APIlE. need every day, and pa; tlie freight (o nill og6ods, buthl, nr; i. t,tbnit. "7
a any lvpostfficet ont tilhe East Bay Mail Ru6nic, e.
y judiciously, paying cash Ior my goods atd hti"ing i'n .t h L,wet
ts. .
i1 5 r (a.]sh- one Ili c to all, and tlint's the lowest pi',ie. I eiideavol
I all with tvi I ifuor c t-in rt.cy, ttnd will giv Ispecial attetiti) to Mt il I

oy Liave already ldisc.oveicd tliose facts t our mutual advanta fani
ire jiii, ng the ranks cuvely day. Ytours for trade, ,
MARTIN G. POb'


PlAngri, nlli ln" Tf11It, ,


RNER OF SHELL AVENUE AND
ST. ANDREWS BAY.,
:D 1-_EJA 1 I z,- 1.'


gs, Moflicin8s Fancy


Handle no Quack I

PRESCRIPTIONS LItLYY M
'RJ, J. J L.


Dealer Rll) Reu Ws-I
tt,. E- S 'T'.


.-S U RV E- '6

d Payment of Taxes fr on- es A
(..V EN TH 1l T (A .'UFUL ATT IT N.

--.--. __,- '* 5w


RA 9F. S YN.T

N 1) CITY. tEST X h

er of Bayview and Wyoming: Avenues n Bay Ftoe

Glassware. Tinware and Jotionis.!
von C,aI I find at any other Store, come to.the" R AC K ET
S T O.R E and ge t.
Hot Meals at All Hours 6f the Davy.

i.', Cu1ip of Coffee, 5 CtS, Cup of *I'en,' 5 Cts. lli|t|!itlllia'

Ah Bread, Pies and Ca Specidities.
G ) Ar ,, roptiet'r.


--TIME TABLE "


USVILLE & NASHVILLE RBI
In Effect April 14, 1901.
,NEW ORLEANS A ND MOBILE. .
4 No. 2 No. No.. '
.'n 11:05 p.mi. Leave Penrnacola, Arrive 5:00) a.m. 4:00 p.m
).m. 1:02 a.m. Flomaton, Leave 2:33 a m. 2.30 .
," 2:55 M(.-ile, 12:30 n'n 1:25 "


NOR


2 No. 4
)p.tI. 12:35p. m. Leave
a.m. 6:30 Arrive
"4 9:12 "
t" H:50 a.m ,
i" 11:59 "
p.m 1:30 p.m. '

PENSACOLA
B No. 3,
Daily.
7:00 a m. Lv
't' 7:13 "
'i '- 7:16 "
" 7:18 "
ii" ":25 "
7:39 "
a.i. .. ",
" 3:15 "N
8:30 *'
8:38 "
8:56 "
9:10 "
"-9:35 '+
S 9:44 "
', 9:57 "
10:10 "
lu:15 '
S 10:,30
10:47 "
11:07 "
11:25 .
11:45,
11.42 ':
12:02n'n '
rr.- 12:15 '* Ar


No. 1 No 3"
Pcns:aaola Arrive 4:00 p.m. 5:00 a.t.ih
Montgomejy Leave 11:15 a n. 9:35 p.tn:
Birmingham- 8:33 4:05 **
Louisville '" ':15 p.m. 2:45 n.m.
Cincintna :00 :15 i.
St. L I !( 8:5.5 6 ,


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DAN CUPID, *

CHAUFFEUR

By Lilan C. Paschal

Copyright, 1001, by Lilian C.hPas.cha


"Society, frivolity, charity, and the
greatest of these is charity."
Anice covered a rosebud mouth, hall
blown Into a yawn, with a gloved hand
as she stood In argumentative attitude
before the flickering gas log.
"I'm sick of the first two, lady moth.
er, Therefore will I practice charity."
"Well," said her mother plaintively,
taking up a novel, "do be careful with
that automobile. Don't let it run away
with you. You'll get smallpix or somn.
thing down In that awfuT ghetto, as
you call It. And le sure to change
your clothes before"-
But her tall, willful daughter was al-
ready half way down stairs. Pausing
In the hall and thrusting her hands in-
to the sleeves of her long raglan, she
said:
"Go back to my room, Celeste, and
bring me the violets to wear."
"Out, mamselle, but ze violets havo
faded since yesterday. Ze pink roses
go better wlz miladi's gown."
Miss Anice repeated her order more
Imperatively. She would have told
you that she detested dictation and
pink teas.
Dr. Harvey had been guilty of the
first In an eminent degree. In con-
sequence he was carrying round a re-
.turned diamond ring in "cloe proximity
to a very heavy heart, which had also
been declined with thanks, as though
It were an unavailable manuscript.
Charity covers a multitude of heart,
aches. Therefore was Miss Anice
speeding on errands of mercy this clear
December day.
-And the fateful Juggernaut car
which had ridden ruthlessly over two
fond hearts and brought about this
state of affairs was no other than the
little white electric runabout which
was now carrying her ghettoward.
"Harvey was always so superior!"
she thought scornfully as she pressed
down on the accelerator and shot
around Dendman's curve, narrowly
grazing a plicenian and scattering his
convoy of ped4lstr;ians.. "I can run the
White Arrow as well as he can." For
their quarrel had been brought about
by a difference of opinion as to hier
qualifications as chauffeur.
To be sure. the little Jewish newsboy
to whom she was playing Lady Bohun.
tiful was laid up with a pair of siash.
ed toes as a result of a contested right
of way. In the encounter her nuto-
mobile had come out on top in every
sense of the word and had been since
gallfntly carrying supplies to a do.
feated foe whose wounds the farsee-
ing parents did not allow to lihel too
rapidly.
"But of course everybody has to
learn to be anything." she comforted
hierS',Wf, not chloosingt to rermeibel.r that
11arvey haddco eld r t watt till
she did learn before t' ii (I F
cd l ppi ve me the
M*ite Arrow only In elOctolcr. I think
I've done prAty well in that time."
She sighed when she thought how
long it had been, because it was only
the week after that Hurvey- Oh,
dear! And he had hinted about a
pearl necklace for her birthday! Now,
among her tirisum(I gifts, not one from
him, not even a bunch of flowers-
he who had sent her violets every day!
But she blushed as she glanced down at
those tucked under her coat lapel.
She was winking so fast to keep the
tears back that she did not see the nu-
nerous warning symlptolms of the great
lower east side, the hundreds of chil-

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dren, abundant riches of the poor. lie%
coming mistily conscious of a gurgling
squall stopped half way down a baby
throat, she looked back and saw a
sprawling infant In her wake.
The White Arrow had gone complete-
ly over the child, "straddling" it neat-
ly, so she picked him up more frighten-
ed than hurt. After comforting him
with some of Ikey's confectionery sup-
plies she rode on, leaving him with
round eyes still staring tearfully and
rounder mouth peacefully stuffed with
raisins.
Arrived at last In Hester street, she
checked brake and lever In front of the
tenement where Ikey abode. She was
at once swarmed upon like a queen bee
by hordes of children to whom the dai-
ly visit of the white, horseless buggy
was a great event.
It is sad to relate that with all her
vaunted capability as an autorist Mis-
tress Aulce forgot a small but very imn-
portant matter. She went utip stairs
loaded wIith good things to g:laiden t 1h
lieart of Ikhy and his numerousm rel-
atives and forgot to take from its
socket the little running plug of the
White Arrow. With that tiny key safe
in Ler chatelaine bag the capacity for
mischief In the combinations of small
boy and automobile was reduced to a
minimum. 1Her electric horse would
be hitched fast. But with that brass
plug lurking Impishlly in its hiding
placc behind the leather apron of the
seat and with little Mose Rudlnsky's
bump of curiosity much inflated the
inevitable occurred.
"Ye're afraid!"
What juvenile bosom ever failed to
respond to that battlecry?
Mose scrambled up the big, fat cush-
Ioned wheel.
"D1)er loldy zed fer us not ter tech
ut!" warned another stolidly, while a
third cautiously fingered the shinih*.
unlit eye of the fore light.
Muse stood up and gr':ispcdl thioe
bright steering lever. It mnovd and
tlheo front wheels with it. mnpting vi-
ciously into the shins of the boy who
had questloied the courage of Mos<.
wvhereuipon that young gtitletna
laughed trinmphnlntly and sat do wn
cornllforlta,'iy on the soft -n ,,har s.'at
his gro-imy face', tousled hack hlir avnd
grc:t.-yv g rm ,enw;u l]n i(rouisy ; '.t of
pla'e a'-Tm ngo;!.' tho iu- ci'innn <'on :'.!- t .ns
II is 'elbw struck the coito'O-r I aiu-
del. Ti' r'e was new fo (1 for if'vest ig
tioins. M'.i'e investigtgted. TitcV Whito
Arrow started obediently d-\ wni rlh(
*Crc't.
Miss AniPe was d(,S e'ndi'ng th1- rick-
'ty t' I'-s anmiN a show"'r f blessings
wth!en si', heard a shiitt blow.
"Wihat's wroug?" she (deiindcd of a
panting child.
"Ycr nottymoble!" he gasped. "It's
run- off -wid Mose!"
Wlioen Anice reached the pavement,
breathless and pale, she could see
down the narrow street a runaway au-
tomobile, with a frightened barehead-
ed boy clinging to the seat and screamo-
Ing frantically.
She ran blindly after him, dizzy
with visions of a sickening collision on
the street car line a few blocks aw;-y.
A b~irly policeman joined It the chase
and recruits swarmed up, seemingly
from the ground.


ahead of the flying 1"hite Arrow.
"Jam your lever ba But poor Mose was too fri !tcnad ti
obey. lie only clung ti::ltr to tl;e
controller, pushlirg it to the third
notch. The carriage shot forward. A.-
It bowled toward the tall yo.'ung man,
hle sprang out almost dIrect;ly in it-
path.
iHe waited till it spell aloi -i'side, the:'
quick as a fish flung Lirmel :f on t"I
rear of the auto. Grasping, the I ro-
jectinmg xhale, he s;',V'n' iii' .n'sf up.,
then r(:ichled ov'-r ti:e Ii'a.,- <,f the s'ea!
and seized the (ii;e:trol'er.
"Lift your foot," hoe conunanded.l.
Mos,'. with fence voiry v-hitt under its-


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91.to Nov. l,'92.25.549j Nov.l,'95,toNcv.l,'96,33,626 Nov.1,'99, to Nov.l,'00, 20,242
,'92.toNov.l '93.27,187 Nov.l,'96, toNcv.l,'97,31,833 Nov.1,'00,toNov.1,'01,23,048
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ily ':! ;: iyrl or ,one to whom nature
has l-';n s' in -~ !.' t u:nkind. -Tatler.

A (C?'rer Thief.
T;ls !s n' itl pve ,iiwoe of mind and
i.'.city of a ('i ;-'go hii'f saved him
1.i' i :P I !' '":'.1 l ui : 1A 1 Tuli'oltl 'ia )
' ivio r'ez''!it7 i !it k ;i!t [d k hew bh was
"' ilIte'(" tpat I1 1 in iot'der arrest. with
the words. '-Yo a;',,e wanted at head-
tlh''f il:in ky. "I v' :.s arrested last
ni;;lt :; 11] v.t' '1 3i'i oit thlis iiiorning.
You aire to<> i-lo-w. "It does look that
xv:'Y." v.,- ti the c'restfallen policeman
:as he told the thief he could go, of
wviichl pcrmisiion the thief lost no
ti ;:' i avntl:ni;, htnself. Later. to his
S :!.; i t!.u pilicei'man found that thet
t i,;' h':;:1, ut been previously arrested.
An Adroit Answer.
Tb"f celebrated physician Zimmer-
i: :n attended Frederick the Great in
1' s l;st illness. One day, as the story
i:. r('orded in "Salad For the Social,"
ti'. king said to him:
"You' have, I presume, helped many a
i;;n ij ito another world."
Th's was rather an unexpected thrust
f- r 1!.i doctor. but the dose he gave the
I ''),T in return was a judicious mixture
t, uuthli and flattery:
".N, t i .i Iaty as your 1najesty nor
',', ih o- !i rlti ijn! ''-tr to tys- f."

uot siii pt ioni T "T w :I rubictd with a liackin,'
cO ;"ii ft"r a vi'art aid I tlhio i,', t I hlail
consnI pli ,," i,-sawv C._- nger, 211 Ma-
ple a ('hain ti>. n -4-i -"'I tried, a
great, many remedie:; ald I o under
the caria' of a phi-ilagL r cvxer;t
month- d one b of Foley,
How-,ey and Tar. It n ir'd-i'B and I
have ot. [een troubled .iie. Fi r
rale b? B. V. Brock, St. Ahdr'ew Fla.


Foley's Kidney Cure
makes kidneys and bladder right.


dirt, obeyed meekly.
"Now, youngster, where did you get
this machine?"
The tall young man seated himself
calmly, backed the runabout slowly
and turned It around, following the
direction of Mose's trembling finger.
Miss Anice was waiting to receive
them at the crossing.
"Oh, Harvey-you," she said, then
very dignifiedly: "Thank you very
much, Dr. Givins. I had no idea"-
"I was down below here to see a pa-
tient." He bowed gravely as he de-
scended from the carriage.
"In Hester street?" she queried.
"Yes," he said, meeting her glance
unflinchingly. "I have several in this
region, Ikey Meemstein among them,"
Hie did not deem It necessary to add
that he also had practiced charity only
since October.
"Shall I assist you up, Miss-Anice?"
the last as he caught sight of the
faded violets.
She followed the direction of his
glance and blushed furiously.
"There was no card with them"-
she excused weakly.
"But you knew they were mine,
didn't you, Anice, dear?"
"Yes, I thought so," she said very
softly.
Then she bravely flew the flag of un-
conditional surrender.
"Won't you please take me home,
Harvey. I don't think I can manage
the White Arrow very well-yet."
Ills face lit up joyfully as he swung
into the seat beside her. His left band
was upon the controller, but his right
disappeared under her raglan sleeve.
w earned d In a Dreaua.
An instance In which a dream was
useful in preventing an Impending ca-
tastrophe is recorded of a daughter of
Mrs. Rutherford, at Ederton, the grand-
daughter of Sir Walter Scott. This la-
dy dreamed muore than ouce that her
mother had bccn murdered by a black
servant. She was so much upset by
this that she rr-turned home, and, to
;ecr great astonishment and not a little
to her dismay, she mlet on entering the
hounso the very black servant she had
met in her dream, lie had been en-
gaiged in her absence. She prevailed
* upcn a gentleman to watch in an ad-
joining room during the following
nIght.
About 3 o'clock in the morning the
gentleman heard footsteps on the
stairs, came out and met the servant
carrying g a quantity of coals. Being
qu'estioned as to where he was going.
he answv.''ed (onfuseoliy that he was
,gong to ;I^th't5"e t trcss' fire, which
at 3 o'clock in the m n in the maid-
'de of snarnier was evidehtl impossi-
ble. On further investigation B'trong
knife was found hidden in the coal.
The lady i'cap'd. but the Inan was
subseq tiintly hanged for murder, and
beforee his execution he confessed that
Ihe intended to have assassinated Mrs.
'tutherford.

A IDazed Porter.
Scene- Iul'!nm",n car entering St.
Loics. !'o:-'ter obsequiousjy whisk-
iroomling N 0 v ni;i passenger. After
ih 'i'l;gin- eI'xpec'tantly he receives a tip
-:t* l e'einut nickel. ile looks itt--it
"'-rr :1 Y. t!e en tro ps It into the cus-
.i .7 1.A '_ i ,i ii r' ry. "Ah'nr er
-I ..' '.' ,,''. 'Opien this
V -::'; v'; rlliitnIlisds the woman. lie
,,-('.., T-1,-1r'T:ion she stoops, picks up
1!e :, ;I t upo'l <';,:;. -" i ilpon the
r .'; n. iir. '. ;,,: l, r -eif up hiaugh-
ilyt ;''' s. i';~n! ];: ('y from l Bos-

S tihe! in ttilon evcry passenger
ia .. ':.'t !!, c ir r !1r!er r said to the
(!! :H' r: : .'T.os' d(tt I t''lkel. en" Ah'u
'r t;nf l I t;...l. -, m or lsson, how-
-a', ;i ,c. r',-','r for' fool wid none o'
t e Y~':k(ae wVOInIT. VWhy, der ain't-
r ''\- !an t hI' r'ih de wlhole
-' ., ,r thoihli o' c.s'i.In' t S
*,, : r :.-,: .' v,-han; de'y slowed Ah,
:ii, ,2 i.."- Nivw Yi rlt -ess.

C'.!in: .- of n. Pr ,iiunt.
I' i. to, wn (O lo -ii;.'holna >, c'r-
:"',, .:"..i' i''' ; ofl rToed yvarly for the
*.,"r wi il lu m:'?rry the ugliest or the
;"., t ";'1l'(i atd i) the women over
>:,?-y \!,o hio ve been jilted at least
xi.b-,e. "i;' t.ioney was left by a big
,'*'.!i<-ii r T i K a realizing that beauty
;- :! ;'i;[c'.>t oi LaI'd to over'cetIe, made
o Smr'o is; it n his will that out of the
ic, me of the fund not less than 16
H,:'ii iJo wit) the filglest girl In any
y ;,i, f;ld th'e 'ipp'l e shi:ll receive 12.
S i;" v'o;r \oIt!o over forty who haiv(
in jiii'i lv a lover receive, when the
fui::'s will [I'rmo it. 1 each, but the
t:;' ti's o ;; 'n .:1,1 tH;,:s t:.iount and at
t:->:s oi>v' ; t';(! "'' <> ':'!"r a larger prize
P.).'re' oil' wv .i wviill !l:tIiry an untnusu-


I HAVE

The Most Stylish,,

And Attractive


SA STOCK OF

High Grade,

-Millinery Goods,


Trimmied Hats Etc.; bouglA Of I lie S-'ref I t. no't aggrsi-VeadpgeiV
Wholesale 1House in Al el-Ica. n blcto call, exataiile ily
stock and get my prices;, belore lig 'ei
N S ENIE JIAICHI
Ai Mrs. (C. Welh,'iAid 't(lid Andrew, \ iji


EyesiNght of Spiders atni ,. '
Spiders have wondeuiaul yp'i2hit
I am quite sure that tl.y !,'"t. '
ston, notw'thstand;at n im s:x 'i ,-
far from be;2.ni .ctte, s:iys ai -
naturalist, it It very dii3ilc t r, .::;
a spider w-ith a [pir of form',"', i :;t
scorpion can easily be ciipt :- f i
noise is ma:e. Spr ll rs sec .w,-r ':".
before they are c:oi ght int tho' x:;'. l;,
the scor;tlo tuaikes no .l:,'c ;;u "'i
ever to seize lit's or c'krl'oi c': s i.t:
they Indicate their where:;hi,;..'t: LI
mnovementts. This bei;;g tbte as'-. I:
can readily be uuderstond how. e.;sily
the scorpion may be roumcd into nituioii
by the vibrations (of music.
If a tuning fork le sounded on thC
table on which I k,'e.p my (':Oi'd ,Scotr
p1on, he at onr:ce lie'.o ncs iti!t::itd :, -c i
strikes ,cuit vici.ously vittvi bhi.t 1;i:'.
On to.thi ling, hiv) w ith ti , v i .. i.t!i.-.
tu: ;' ftr)'k L'e stings it aind ti'nic ('nini; i
hinis-''f up, as scorp;oWis do wuhe'n
hedged In.

T'lx.led Ten D'ilnors* W'rth.
"I rcn.'en er when J. o;.\ ustin .
tryiwzu a case in the O cr;i';i;i! ,"-
said a M:lw n."i.e law -er. "t!h;g lt:n
a fellow to defend- wlt'.iO was evh'.etl.
guiltyV. Whemn the time cietlltn f'.r lhi
to plead, ho' ro" 'i' nd said beh was w'-ill
iI.'. t' l<]t 'the ea --se g w to the' jury at
once, biicviitg 1i;ai there 'was nti
chce for acqi t:.'
"IIe wa ,.W. nur,:.k d iy fhoe di'fi'tnitl'il
whn said. '-r.. thle Loru'ti fi sake, Si
I,+ ththin .' l,,_ b
"'Y'.i know yotu are ga and you
(dlt''t pay i,e much na:-i whisper
ed1 i.' hi;u-' -r.-
*I know Ih:it.' :sad the pris er. 'I
only paid you $10.. and for go as
s)k+" ti!'k $I' 10x anyway.'
"-E:v-ry' one in the room heard
and J.udi-e Austin talked his $10 w
lIe cleaned his ian too."-Chlcw
( hronicle. ~-

A 1O) ,-tle soul.
"olih is so 1 ,tole in bls tastes,"
'lie is" tr
--"Ye. I.~ vii oill day in thebnot
sun trying a rattle for by ,-Atlanta Con-
stitution. '


Miss P'o'ct B
wek. Is i
' The 1 i ..t ,
I hn tI o.
Clhang ,. _-

Raeon--A iliti

Egtbe t-
friennd 4
I guess
right.-YokeP
' "'y


i)e ntaurni~d this
ribt


L~.
igise atl7


EIJI IT"WV


know. I had aI
1di' last week.
t*t 'with him all


/ing List.


salute very Im therlolu!
n wt', v.TthI it (,%o fthl I'vcry
chest pulfic'att-mr--i- the country and for
the present can send for a iwholei yentr
Tlhie BUOY 'Indil -'it
Leslie'" lll isiratld W eekly for. ..$ 0-
lD miiorcst's Mi zine ...... ... I. .
Dltroit Free tI'rcss (t ic -a--weck 0
11nil 'car liook)........ ... I
Their Fla T. U. & Citizen, d.i, v fo'r $' 0,
IIto weeklv, tor fa 85
Scientific Anmrican' 35. 0
F' `- i l"-Q ru1il ; rowel '. 52 5
F I o I, ;i, .7g ,W ul t 1' .1 ,, .2 :-.)
d( clubs- of 5. eslcll 1 tF. 5 *?5
Farint .loiiri l, P loilad'ih y, -iiti] I Io
Cincinnati ,;IM''Dfrer twiea> week-
S lI ig "t';ages h a li t te..... 1 75
Atla mitaCoo institution . 1 75
N. Y. W\orlid Ihrice#t w.k)...... 1 75
The CI snmiopolitan ........... . I 710
The Criterion....... ............ I 50
F"r ainy or eitlih r of the abdve' pul'licu-
ionini conneclior wil thle ;.UOY, ad
dress l: oirdcsrto I HE BUOY,
St. Andirvss DI, Fla-


DR. KING'S
TRY NEW DISCOVERY
FOR THAT COLD.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
CIres Consumption,Coughs,
Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Pneumonia,I1ayFever,Pleu"
risy, L aGrippe, Hoarseness,
Sore Throat, Croup and
Whooping Cough.
1 NOCURE. NO PFAY.
Pricf 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE'
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nd deliver lilt e s;tin -ia t rasionablle r'Itl-0 '.
I you need l.iior % to leami, call up'tl)

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nuickly ascertain our opinion free whet,- an
inventIon is probably patentable. Conme\ ia-
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sent free. Oldest agency for securing patent.
Pants taken through Mumn & Co. ree
pecjahl notice, without charge, in the
Scientific Hmerican.
A handsomely illustraed weekly. T arwst. cir
culation of any scienttfie lotrua 'irri:. '
rear: tour m aont.hs, $L bold ball .wlo'-' iot.h
MUNN & C :361 Broadway'
MUNhNGCo, New m
Branch Offilco. 6S? V F6t.. wi,!Ana';L, 1 -.',


LEG AL N TICES,
Notice of Application for T a

Uldi"-r SecTion S of Cj-titier 4.S88 Lawt of
Florida
Noti(c is herebiy given that J. B.
(hliin ., ir,,i riihaser of Tt Certificaitep
Ns. 2:J;) and 236, tied the 3d day of
.niv .. i., 1899, hbas file said c rtificiate
in -)' tlice, aid lhas mniseoapplicati(n for
tO x (l>cel l>, issie ill acc.ird.nl ce w tlh law.
S:id ei rlificOtes ciilbrici' the f allowing
describedI properly situated in Washing-
Ion viunily, Florida, to-wit: Lots 31 and
32, block 3 swi see. I,

said Ilitid Iini g asscsseed at the date of
ile iisu.iiince of sichl certifi,.at*' in the
i!a i;,i. ofi Eniiomoas and ULnknown.
Unless s;iiil cerlitieicat shall Ite ri deemed
aucordiiig to law, tax deed will is nit
htoireti ( I Itnt1W 15t1h day 'it Ai 'i t, A. D.
I t ;h .


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Two A s3---Ea Dn $1.

A Iv.Al' OF NTl'. ANDREWS CITY,
3l)x,) illnchle, coIrectly platled a i-4
us}l 'win1g1 ;il thle itoin important
btillilsig -ii of g eit 'vaoie ttoany-
0oilO c liont i ,,lat i i jm l u lrcl i -t`r"i g 1o -
S -ly iV i lo \tWn. It cove'ii, aal) t o.iIr
,i'i' -s ,i f ,(tt ISt li c xtx 'l, *ji, t st-
\a id lui ih 1)SV i 's I',,ii.t to Id ein-
br;'in Oli St. Aud,,s, rith cor-
rfo, li t'ig t vrit rv inlaInd,. Price
One lollalr, at lhe iu 1 LOY .Office.

A SE("I'(IONAL 'tAP F" '1 EST
ANCRE \VS BAY (O)UN I'm1Y,
hl0 '.owing alt lhi lai.le di pi',,e of by
t.ilhe ( 'ilt 'i ll ti ( , o ; ,i Catte"
Hita i msoot, i'r' o' o ('iii, lia-i' ton and
ad jicelit c,'n'I I ly. Thei )>;,t of t[h
lot i. not siw 'n. iut bylv tle aid of
lh s I- ),ap th e ; approxim:,t", loca1'io n of
anv lkt i- ea-.il I' iw toi unled. PoI:i,
()o,- .l) l r, at tihe Btuo Office.
i' p i iWll he '-ni t lct mail to
., ,il'r lit"- o'. oo .'ipit of the i Ice.


-7*-il~L~b-\--~eCI~m~lC~Lf~)lb~OL YU-I~-_P~~mr


THE NEW YORK MILLINERY STORE

Of St. A-n 1ews Bay, Florida.,
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W iies YVy oflicial signatliure and seal
I.. s ] tl is i -l'2 i of JuIt V, A >. ( 9 2.
W. 1A)LCKEY,
Clhrk Circuit Court,
W'ahinglen County. Florida.
Notlte of4 Aliicaltion for Tax
leuel,
Nolicc is hereby given that John I arr
Iticnn, jr. purehaiser of' Tax (Cerlifie'ate
N ,. 2. h, d 1JtrH, has fiied s.iiid c iV t e(ite n if ofice,
aid I : Ii m de a pi i lic;it ioii for .ta (deeid to
'i-'a,.i il al co (<:ii v with l iw. Said cer-
t iticaicte rci'aces tin' following d' scrihcd
' o 'iI tv N itiuatd ii .W ashingtoin county,
il,,. iil, to i : Iom 5, block 2, sel sec 1
(t) Is, i ISv. 'The said laud heing as-
'e Ised iall l dat of isstiance orf Aicli cer
lilic,;tc iln the la;iic ofT'. W. Hu'ailz. Unl-
icas sitid (eerliic;it-e hiil be rtedeemcd ac-
cordilng to law, tix deed will issne 4here-
on on tile 15tli day of August A. Ii. 190)2.
Wi'ines my official signature ind seal
[L. s.1 this t.l,e 121 h day of July, A.D.
1- 902. VW.C.LOCKEYY
Clerk Circuit (Oa't
ofI' ashingtolo Couniity, Florida,
Notree iot Application for Tax '

Irt of ol' da.t 488, 1 awv

,Notic is, lhi-r1,v given that Kin BDu-
eiit p ilI Oi.r of T'ix Ccrtific:Ite No.
18,. daled 'the 2d 'da of July. A p. 19116,
has hifd sitid ceftific( te in nmy ofie, and
..i in.ad',. a(i'pli, liion for Ra tax d ed to
Isstle ii .ll O I i.t'.' nili law. Said cer-
t i 6 cat einraces t lie follow w 'fig .dgieriliet
property situalted in a\\ ha-ingtii coriuny,
liorida, to-wv t: 10 iores in si m, ,irner f i
lot 8, see. 32, tp 2s, r 14% '1 tli s.lid laiw l
bei-g assessed it ithe d .le of iau.ince ofnr

*--,.. 1,, ,+,. 19, IO-B ftkLm
L IfA D
V >i ",, ..; | .. I
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SClerk lt CLot,
Washliington C,'xiity, VIo, l idhi.




KIDNEY DISEASES

are tht most fatal of al uds-
eases.,,

Jf 5 C KIDNEY CURE ita
6uarantsed Remedy

'or money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by emi--.
nent physicians as the best for
Kidney and Bladder troubles.
PRICE 50c. and $L.00.
SOLD BYB. V BROCK,
St. Andrews Bay, Fla.


FRENCHIFEMIALE
PIL LS.
A SAV, CRTAMN RHOrm for Sqvr ORErs NItTRVAIIOr.
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL, S. ue tpoedy Sit s
fat r on ( a mnee or Aney fir ,n i n t preif pat
"when r -e i vd. Samples ree.ifoyour, dru& ,. nota
haethem nd our orders tot "
iF MEDoICAL c oor_ c74,tAisfar. P.A ve, PA. '
y m! wf ir,... .. wrav rem msumum.eor Is. m
Sold at St. Alldrews Bay, Fla., at
DR. MITCHELL'S DRlUG-TORE.T P .

HUY-

!YPILESnSA up0sit,
(;;.il cd Scht s, Swatenille, N' C wrli I
Ae Dr. V.,rilt :' ve T ui S r
?",' al f or uii I v .r o
b- ,nsMARTIN RUDY, LANCAT TR, PA.
Sold at St. Aie'lrc'w l [o Fin.
At Dr. Mitchell's 9rug Storo.
t calll for tree am tle.




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