Title: St. Andrews buoy
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 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: August 10, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00220
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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'rT. SNL)CE\W F H, iAUG. 10, 1905.
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U. S. Senator-Ist district. S. R. Mal-
lory, Pensacola; 2d District, J. P.
Taliafero, Jacksonville.
Representativea-lst Districl, S. M.
Sparkman, Tampa: 2d District,
Frank Clark, Lake City; 3d Distri:t,
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
Laud Oflivy--Rcgister. W. ;. Roblin-
son; Receiver, H. S. Chulbb, Gaines-
State-Governor, N. B. Broward; Sec-
retary, H. C. Crawford; Treasurer,
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, A'.
H. Ellis; Comptroller, A. J. Croom,
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion, W. M. Holloway; Commission-
er of Agriculture, B . McLin.
State Senator, S. W. Clark, Blounts-
Washington County-Representative,
W. A. Bryan, Chipley; County Judge,
J. R. Wells; Clerk of Court, County
Clerk, Recorder. of Deeds, W. C.
Lockey; Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Ver-
non; Deputy, C. H: Danford; Tax
a r ; _ToubgmC. -,,-
S.Vernon; I'ax Assessor, J. W.Bowen,
Duncan; County Superintendent, B.
IF. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Collins, Vernon; County Commis-
sloners, B. F. Swindle, Vernon; A.
L. Harrill, Chipley; J. M. Porter,
Econfina; J. H. Wesley, Point Wash-
Ingtou; Elton Singleton, Nixon.
St. AudrecssY-Justice of the Peace,
John Sturrock; Notaries. W. A. Em-.
nons, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk,
Circuit Court, V. A. Emmons;
School Directors, G. W. Surber, Sr,,
P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis-
tress, Zadle H. Ware.
hMillville-Postmaster, Henry Bovis;
Constable, J. H. Daffln,
, pia.rker-Postmaster and Notery Public
W. iI. H. Parker.
Callaway-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
Saunders-Postmaster, R. Peters.
Allantou--Pustmaster, Andrew Allan.
AInildesoii-l st st, Ander-
West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
Mufee--Postmaster, James M. Murfee.
cly- -estmistiVss, Mrs. I. Gay.
Toimplins-Postmaster, Emery Tomp-
Baiiadl-Posttmaster, 0. C. Tompkins.
Cook--Postmaster, J. J. Fowler.
Wetalp1o-Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.

Calhoun County Cromanton-Postmas-
ter, Frank W. Hoskins.
V a,11.'ihlc-Postmaster, VW.-F. Wood-
told. -
The o1iieit'cn u :1ii, via, Anderson,
Gay, Py llend :,I1. Clhiirilo deparrts
every dly e,-.l' (-', iiih: .t :a. tn
o'.lwk i. I. .. :l-.\'~ every day ex-
Sntt S uindy. a .: .7.1 ;'. i-L.
East B. y i i.1 f- lItn:.rIsou.. M.'!lv.

.'ar .i.la, le onud, \ ,l.i- 'o l ,a'vc' s St.
hl anl t 5!). ,-A "L:-. ,111- -.,,Ill '
wle t: it 1 :p.

in g i' lark S t. 11, I' V"-'. ai I .i*. ,l. a i
1.; p. u. .'.:mnday $S hllll every Sn1

.. ,i nl. .
i .. ;, ,. -L. .n* .. itov. (o (t. :ol-

i,hy, p, tor. Sunday school at t:u>
a. m. every Smundaly, JIu Stur-
tock, Supt.
Cathollc--(birch corner Wyonming
Ave. aud Foster St.

Parker Lodge No. 142
T'.-S -A- !N -
Regular (ommnuni-
catins on the first
and third Saturday
S in each mouth.
Visittin Urothers
W. [I. PARKER, W. M.
W. A. EM;uoNs.Secretarv -


Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notary
Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdiclion to administer oaths, lake
affidavits, legalize acknowledg-
ments, etc., anywhere in Florida.
Special attention given to land con-
veyances and marriage ceremony per-
formed for lawfully qualified parties.
Office at the Buoy Office, St. Andrews

IPrompt and carelil attention given
to all matters submitted to my care.
L M Attorney at Law,
Vernon, Fia.,

Notary Public for State at large. Of
flee at Store, corner of Loraine ave-
uub and Cincinnati st, All Notarial
work solicited -and given prompt at-
Physician and Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of Bayview, offers his profes-
sional services to the citizens of St.
Andrews and vicinity. Residence on
Buena Vista avenue.
Homoeopalhic Physician and Accou-
cheur. Ofice Pioneer Drug Store,

Notnry PuDlic for the State of Flor-
ila at Large. Office at Parker, Fla.
Conveya'r iu. and payment of taxes
'for non-residents, specialties.
Discretion the Better Part.
"T'm perfectly convinced,'" said the
ambitious young man, "that I can
write the greatest novel of the period."
"Why don't you go ahead and do it
"Oh. I wouldn't think of such a
thing. I am happy pow in my belief
on the subject. Where's the good of
mny risking disappointment?"

One Dollft a Year in Advance.

Entered Se-lt 3. 19i 2, at Ft. Andrew,
I la., .A seeoiad clasa Inattcr. inder
A.-i ol Cor r.ss of Marci 3, 1-79.

P R P RI E'L' (R .

Display ad. ratca, 50c. per inch per
month. Position and extraordinary
condition rates subject to special
"Local Drift," 5c per line, first insor-
tion: 21c each subsequent. Display
locals double above rates.

If this piragral p is checked with a
bltue p.1:miilI it ia reminder that your
sub~'-x-ipt-ion ilas expired and thattwo
or' thl)'Ce P e:.tt .' m Iln esiLt will 'i. s ,-'it
y'it~hai-, do'l''eak 'nmax-'ocwci shbi6u'
S0tl ch11UO.e tto rJ e C v.

,. no o FaTwt
-.- .+.- --

futrhne fiOciae

Branch President-Mrs. WV. A. Emmons.

President General-Mrs. Cynthia W'.
Alden. Headquarters, 96 Fifth Ave-
nue, New York.
State President-M- s. Mmary L. B13radt,
319 Church st. Jacksonville, Fla.

a"ave you had a kindness shown?
Pass it on;
'Twas not given for you alone,
Pass it on;
Let it travel down the years,
Let it wipe another's tears,
Till in heaven the cod appears,
Pass it on."

M., o- .'.--~ C Cheer.

kI" t r -- I.') : .

t p U '. '' 1 1111- U<4-'
\ ai l;.l; u tu 'r Lri-_ul'le. d w i, ,
l't'r all our liLtl.:- triaI,; wait
(Jiir tlra ,litIr ior oIur frown.
Icin~tli ll th: tni:Liu of a senile,
U.r doubtn t, 'ill fadc away,
A,\ nll I lti the frost in early elsprin
li-..t.ti.L ih the sunny ray.

It pays to make a worthy cause,
By helping it, our own;
To give the current of our lives
A true and noble tone.
It pays to comfort heavy hearts,
Oppressed with dull despair,_
At.d leave, in sorrow-darkened lines
A gleam of brightness there.
annie F. Emmis.

numan beimigs ]!ve up to our iueas
of them. If you require much of a
pe',r)li, the chances are that they will
try to meet the requirement. You
pay a tribute to the manhood or wo-
manhood of an individual every time
you show belief in them, and since
even the lowest has a spark of big-
ness in his nature, lie cannot but be
touched by that belief. It is, if you
will, a subtle sort otf flattery to ex-
pect goodness and truth and wisdom
from poor human beings, but it is
flattery in the right direction; it is
nut selfish; it tends to aid the flatter-
ed, and not the flatterer. Cynicismn
and disbelief are, on the other hand
an invitation tu the cowardly. They
are- nthiir g more than a ciil.oiemiceut
of \inr, ng.

We've formed a new society-
"The Order of the Smiling Face";
An honored member you may be,
For every one may have a place.
The rules say you must never let
The corners of your mouth droop
For by this method you may get
The habit of a sulky frown.
If playmates tease you, let your eyes
A brave and merry twinkle show;
For if the angry tears arise
] They're very apt to overflow.
If you must practice for an hour,
And if it seems a long, long while,
Remember not to pout and glower,
But wear a bright and cheerful smile.
The rules are simple, as you see;
Make up your mind to join today,
Put on a smile and you will be
An active member right away.
-Lucy Foster in St. N'cholas.
Talk hopefully to your children of
life and its possibilities; you have no
right to depress them because you
have suff'eted.

*trongerntuTwnt, x.L!w ti- n le turn-
.d I' irami:ireid animal loose down the
:ck .;stairs. GodJard returned to tile
.ia;r, ,arr.nnging his cufTs, but other-
v!se a;s usual. Ie(o stopped short as he
.':td :Ioxanla, who looked like an out-
raged empresa.
"A truly fine performance she de-
clared scathingly. "There is your riig.
I never wish to sio you again."
"WThat's up? I don't uI.i',r-tiil!.'"-
"If you think you can abuse my dog
or any animal and keep my regard
you are greatly in error. It Is fortu-
nate I discovered your true character
before It was too late."
An amused twinkle lighted Greer's
eyes. "Do you think if I let a dog
snarl and snap at you I'd be better
fitted to take care of you? The beast
has been hunting trouble.' Come, don't
let us quarrel"--
"I shall never quarrel with you
again," asserted Roxana sternly, as
though depriving him of some pleasant
pastime. "Can't ysu accept a hint that
I wish to be alone?"
G-reer stood his ground. He tried to
Laugh, but not very successfully.
"Come, Roxie, forgive me. You
know the old proverb: 'A dug, a wo-
man and a walnut tree. The more
they be beaten tlhe Lbetter they bi.' "

It is in the power uf all you.g
people, ant even children, lu niale
the home bright and happy. It is
not costly furniture or adornments
I Ielia.ted ulth money that make
lionce theo daic-t spot in the wolld.
It is smiilig facel, gentle words, and
the many little deeds that all can do
which cieane a trno home.
Cheerfulness is n;t always sponta-
neous; it is greatly a matter of heart,
and bears cultivation. One who can
contrive to bear a smiling face tlru'
a -wol.d 'where there are so man)
troubled hearts may uncouincijisly be
a public benetactoi.

. 4 rWEP Or ISt~0 IkED:
The boy who'S poliite to his another
Aud shows hat tLo loves her the best
Who offhes er ro:ck-rs andl pillow
VWhen tired aa.l needing a rest,
Who proudly will carry her parcel,
And seeks her when ueedingt advice;
The boy who will do what ese ask. him
Without being asked by her twice,
The boy wlo shows love for his mother
And treats her the best that he can,
Is he who is loved and respected,
The boy who will make a zoodlman.

A Hindoo woman, the beautiful
Eastern legend tells us, lost her only
child. Wild with grief, she implor-
ed the prophet to give back her little
one to her love. He looked at her a
long while tenderly, and said: "Go,
min daughter, bring me a handful of
lice from a house into which death
hath never entered, and I will do as
thon desireth," The woman at onoe
began her search. She went from
dwelling to dwelling, and had no dif-
liculty in obtaining what the prophl t
specified; but, when they had granted
it she inquired: "Are you all here-
around the hearth-father, mother,
children-none missing?" But the
people invariably shook their heads
with sighs and looks ot sadness; tor,
far and k'iide hlio W\.Ider'cd, tl1nie was
always some vacant seat by the
hearth. And gradually, as'she pa -e-'
,.n, thelio Iurm :itOr saaYs, ,te i aavePs 1l
lhur gI i t 1-1 i. ['.l-i. L iL .L0 T.IU hj.'L, .i-
cle of Soullw eve vcVy\hire, and hcI
Ieart, ceasing to be occupied with its
own belfi.l pang, flowing out in
strong 3eainingao of sympathy with
the universal suffering, tears of an-
guish softened into tears of pity, pas-
.-ion melted away into compassion,
she forgot herself in the general in-
terest, and found redemption in re-
deemning.-Meyer, in How to Bear


,, Discip inari an
'*i By Ethel Barrlngton

SCcp;yrght, 1005, by Ethel nBarrlr.gton

Roxana's dog was an ill conditioned
brute. lie was a surly bull pEp that
had never muet his master and dclight-
edi n l akng it most uncomfortable
f'or those who sought Ioxana's conm-
)pany. lie was not often docile, even
w-ith her, but she was so proud of his
blue ribbon and ugliness that she en-
leavored to hide his d. liineuI 'l'-.''--
Ne'verthelcss, there were tlmrs wh wn
eho would not have gone near him for
'hbe world.
One day he snarled at her i: fore
oddard G(rter, and that was the be-
i.tniu.g of trouble. Greer was a col-
:ge bred atblete who feared nothing
nm earth except perhaps Roxana. En
'aged, le .;,:',-l the h.kleirq prize w n-.
: rr by the .ll:ir ,:tl I..r.*- htnu : th n-
'il ay, "- -.- i,,- a.liilnis-t+'r-d a

"Come' ho- c-,mI.'m.' on its
1i4iiat'-fliily RoX11a oEi'Ayr-i.' T,-, L i a
he was isbout to ,clk-s-! tise h, drwr she
fonun' her voLLc. Intw l~'t n m-."
LI'e 110 iclteUtliou o1 doinf '0.- Ail
he nlnufaumteb 1'y the driB''r. 11-1 th.-Y
reached hemr bohv' Lluanna's ee4 wore
susillciously red.
ll d Uroer. The -tull pump
qulfo'l r zsctftiu!gi at trh btlos. u 1rer
4toelJ'ql nnal apattedi11ii0 on the Ilualt
"Tb'.l'uz af,,'IgiVVo 11
"Thv'a it',; LUist"-4 t-ii do no) loss,"
nhe adiniitte-d

With Im-rT 11aJI, 'n l l h b -; ol klSW
wuvorzr r:mll trilt'l-d

Thlen. :j1s his arm.; tigl1.ners -il ;Ibout
her. 1.- ut, ('11. Ri hx'v, dlon't liet ii. lIlly
,hat gamn' l .slL

I'zliek- 3 ie''-'s 11d I auL IWeie

U is-' *' '1,_;i4 10 l- 1-,

LbS-- ~ mri'' t. n n bebig o

F: .':.,.-:- teyps C' .rfl. .-'!-though bhe
.'.",1,- f"t th., .9c' .1A chatl.Ie-
nI-.- ","*Oh. Is th -. t l fry.? W ell,
1 .^*(*I.n,. i,, !.f likV And she
r'f't L' n i., i'' ihtt a nhgrat.tu.de

;.jyoo i ,il
.f '. 'i. U, 1I qu rc 4.- i
'.e .".i':. ) : ,- ., fa-, ":ppI ,>.:' :

jii r'i'-,' k I i;n.A;,l:, '1 iGre.r cta lo .
-bie jiL rilp n .
", A. HA. c an,*

'rI..--Hl f :.i. ;'. t.1i li' : h I,

,'n, ,t. r' .iii n r rio' I, Volr-irm i -, ir.
j lt t. _.. .i n ;'. ir Ih" rIs ">.' t iie d
AI140 tol b. r fo,r'.,!J 'l hnll-t g. jt "4 -

flru I It t I i- s I It .' l '. -
Id:' ::;r-',t to Wa. ? ` ll ,W n d,,- t
d%,',", r.tuhu, i. pr,,, .,d

,tri te n k', i t' I c 'k ef il te an' l.

di'te cral Ir, collect ." r I r'.r t
ro:.ran. I,. ,, wa nd l
"No, 1 sh~tl! t*'

S.' ,'-.nl b.er purie and l d hur
niedly from oaI e'. e;m.i;>tra-Itto 1nn-
'ithnur. It was euipt vi. 'l ,i
hil -*wi e-: pryr pewnv durlu-, t1s' So'J
lif : I. l Cr lt u t -I '- P f lf.l
her wit- r i t: l' o r hwl! p.ht-" fr l ib eat
than ri..k h; ut ch', LI.- I." nt y '.

ly jrp'.-eid ORi a h i '. Th.- ... n t
Ur rw int e r ''-.rl to .'Vi k t' iLi. 1uili
ton !,0 t :ox.a iu phur rl th!'- sir-ke
In valn r eli.t d t h tled -i:nu t o h .:'-.lging
from tle Ratce l.l Sthe i'.n !io boln.
Then she unfastend hh comt. Surely
in the change pocket iywould Hnil a
unickel. But the pocket Wi gs R bnre as
Mother I ubban rd cup lboid. The con-
ductor returned. lowauv was frght-
ex.td. It was late, and a ohbad quite a
trip before her.te co
Idsr Ceem to bvolet h age," *s
cShommened nher vourl and k' hur-
"rllov me." Gree horanqed lth far
to there tff wias empt ho e id tlon ngly
nt x, iti. t thIu Au.a.
Ner w!t.t Ill, get off! oe fr' "1 's3th
ly de,.dpped promptly. Th' ......vli't-l
-uldr wthnt f ncrwae ptI to t firo

no right to Intriude Tr
tHrolenily Roxan fArurp nr th and
walked north She bad t he: n b tloneg
on the street unaste, h ment. beurey
Sthe distance, the da, d l d thi lon-
line.s oft the blocked was arlly
alarmed-r She did's U ot perdestrln-
ductor returnt-d. toxaun was fright-

aned. It wtas late, and ho qute ao
rilp before her. .

overook her. She dre (ge," soun
of foorsteps behind, coyiring ur' nll
sorta of horrors. Aa sbh rrled up the
deserted thoroughfare I me- to her
that some one follow ed the bas-
toned, the pursing ,who steps onnglk-
ened. When she slaced sppd, the
other did the same. It bteed hefro,
and he came lly eat Roa ess. With the
passing minutes her terror gained. Rhe
began to run. Then the dread became a
certainty. The other on wold th on-
overtook her. What If that -ro haund
seen her gold purse?
Across the savenuel saw ad, they.
other did the same. I..v often evad-
and rest became brisppeaiessn Wi the dark-the

ness of such plids. If .-lhe cut through
m eight not slie, too, -s.'lp",? r',..p ,,rnte,
half hysterloal, Roxuimm ande a 'i rush ncros' thUe rowl A trolI*cy grnzesl
her shoulder, tLhe imotorwan ,murMit aus
he revert-d the lcvr Terrlted. she
hnd nil but reached the des|re'l shelter
when a strong hand r-u-.petl h"r sud-
denly by the iirm. She tri 'd to sr'rmiiu.
but no soiun,- came. Lifting h,-r eyt.
her glamne met Greer's, look:.g ~ti trn-
ly at hetr.
*"I guess thnt will do for onr inlibt,"
he remarked coldL:,-. "'Comen over tn the
,r ug stot'e while I 'hone for n ,'-,1."
Completely uninervdl., ARoxni fCo-
lowel The ractlon haid beit. su.li'rJ.
Shlie tried to roeu.n:mher what thoey I.sl
,luar:-,led a!lout. h'it ioild '*rnly fv ,l
relltf in bis plre.'.nc.e. Gr,.er ',rih ri-J
the cab., th.'-n went outside, to wa\t.

I1oIn :.,r t UJ1,1r ta0u..i n L. brea.Lhing o-t
dlauie, i anr -'.,lmlishmient handed down
'I o i ro i mil,' .. ii ..
T'Ilr tii-it kihi',-,Il iT'e Ireather was a
y'vri.;Li :l\se i.m!na.! Emiiils, a leader in
te crv.lt '.\ :- in St'..lIy, .130B. C I. 1
..1 I- l inl II t. ;t\ I lU.J111 l 1 com0111 unI-
* ii \\rhim l te \gol. \When desirous
., i:.q,,.'! Iin, (i...Li --, with courage
!, ]"': .'.[Li: 'l l.sUi,.-s and sparks from

1 ,t.d,.r tI pr,'rfr'm this marvel Eu-
on'; i r. '.1l nI uut-lhtll at both ends,
it l. l; t fi.n ilfitl it wi t! .-.., hurn
S lle Uai., t.ut. =, iie put it in hli I moutlh
.imil lireattiell through It _The 3s.i.,
Irich Is ipcrr'onmeniel iniy n aut lii.lro'
,,d n;nuunii.. Thi- .ijugilcr ro'lls t.nethler
-oome flax whlie it is still Ihruingi. By
lhi- tilsvani t the fire Is IetrlUne- in the
!s,11 for a l.iis. tim.e. IT,-slipH t Thi.j blinl
u lti hi mn outhl un th per<'ele l :and'l',rea1 rli-. 4
l.hroungh it. His bron th r,, Itr lb fti.,..

.. .i r. t- ; i. r .1 n :
Si, it,,>n w -i
'.,*i' ,,i*rt.,,' '*i't it Lk :i l ,"- w lenq it
'i '.. a:;- m. L a IL .I ,n-.. The priest;
if ,Id rc.,k .'h t -'J,' nof this proipLrt.'
Vi' ;t:.i t. .,i t [u:'s!-' r heir oi'" r-
.* t..I. 1, r :.I r it oi 'ir : is' s.u sly'y.
\ .A i,1 i ltim .s i'- I. I: i- en adv-anei<
to :i 'ol;; i f.,r rher feats. Anl an(:icl;
..l I '.I the' lding of a redlhot iroti
I'.. Is :',T .--I Such trials were (c(
lnl..i,-. i. tho e rests, who covered the
li,.i n- of th .i- i-whom they desired
.!:,: l.. r,; e \with a protective paste.
Thie I '.'0:liilr i'roperty of mineral salts,
!w-mh 9 al'iii. ir protecting articles of
ldre.s i''tirm 1fil hias long b nl known.
A.mi ,l Ml;l.n-'- devised a costume con-
siitling of I.-;utnl covering for the body
whi-lh hadl I.,ein steeped in alum. A
ri-tali, 'iioC.. wire gauze was add-
'-1 tto, tlti-. inl thus protected a man
,?i-uld walk oni bot iron in the midst of

\ ery int&rr-mting experiments have
shownn tlint great heat may be endured
ty the human body. Two doctors in
the cr.ursp of their researches on the
suhiiet stayed in a room where the
temealratoire was 260 degrees. A beef-
.teak wOas cuoLil in the same atmos-
phere and was overdone In thirty min-
utes. Sir 'rancls Chantrey remained
for two minutes in a furnace much hot-
ter. the thermometer indicating 320
degrees when he came out.-Washi:g.:
ton Star.


BACK 10 700 B. C.

panels wherebn the artist of the day
depicted the life of the period.
Other Greek couches have legs iade
of blocks of wood mortised together.
Later the entire bed was made of
wood. Many of tileso specimens were
of the costliest manufacture, the wood
being inlaid with ivory and other ar-
ticles of ornament. Tortoise shell as
a means of decorating couches seems
to have been introdileed about 100 B. C.
Later silver and gold were occasionally
I:l f!', l.-ihi L r- the ancients pursued
ioi!i:t it'- si ,1' system as is in vogue
it pl ..!;tI. Mattresses, pillows. vfal
i'n-.'- ail |It-Is draperies are shown In
rie Pir-y v-T-=P pa-intings. All couches
injl Uittls'i. ir. Inul kiind varied with the different
,' "i.,,s. A\t fr'-t oniv a few skins
!r"nv'tm or'-r Li.'- Lod.y 'f the hed were
I 1 '". .," '-.'. -' <," _v.li us sshs'.pts.
",i 1' l,, h.,,s "afal, I !n\li'\V, otherss
til'! iii.Nt'Ely Esquare and -till other
sie, r:y lIOlinl in ia p.-nranice. Tlhe
t'reek or Rtomin of this period was
'A most luxurious .l'-r:iii mLge. as be re-
:uired at least tlihre pillows to enable
:,im to secure a good night's rest.
There was one f 'r his hbead. one for hiiw
lIbow and one :ur hi, feet
The imattresses and pillows were coy-
ered with linen or wool. Leather to
some extent was used as a covering
for the pillows. Rare instances are
found whlre silk was employed as bed
A great variety of materials was
used in stuffing both articles. The
(*;in;;,ion-.i article among the Greeks
scr.is to( live been refuse wool torn
off in c-irding or fulling cloth. Among
the Itoiu;ans wool especially prepared
was the favorite article for this pur-
pose. Straw and rushes were used
largely liy the poor classes. Feather
iillows are tirst mentioned as being In
(xistence in the fourth century. The
draperies ,,l hangings were in many
inmrtainces rich tape,;tries.
In 1h,, r!epr'sentations of Roman beds
the furnishings: run generally to lux-
ury and display, and the draperies are
the parts iven the most attention.
'TIe most striking colors to be ob-
tai'ed were used in their manufacture
and decoration, and the looms of the
e,-it were scoured for the best exam-
(l)' of w-eaing. Purple was a favor.
ite cilor, and the wealth of a person
w-ie often indicated by the excellence
of the bed draperies in his house.
Rcdlunilking and bed furnishing bad
Stained to this stage in the year 400
A. ). A painting of a blied of this
period shows an article of manufacturer
and fri.i;-ii';;l.I much klike the l hd of
I ,1 *"T hl'l :r'! itr. f,,ur hr 4 Sii1- Of

.hpy Were Fn Vrce b the .truseogn - l
Tfhey ere In 1.e hby the l:truani ..-.. ....- -;t- .. '-.* i.-.;-II. I'-fore he goes home it night he must
anmI Mwere _Iosisml o tf tonm. Terr '...'.: srni i r -ts eiinfrn exactly the Riame number of
u the A.niel Mnreel k -H anl iruln hin. i -t. Tti-rr .i. l to h-al- 'i (-.s, (itimr of perfect stamps or
.o i..e A -cil ,re-a an i.... ..an.. no "seconds" or
Thue ol.estt bed hI -x'i'to n,.'r. i. 'a ; ",'itl-t lsi- i; -1L0pi amrlp s iv tI" Ed ad WUls.-
l.rn:-:e uf Etruscan manufacture dat- ,. -I ; ...1 tI. hI,,.,L i i.o. l- f,.r E'lwl,-I l \Villmston Frentz in Youth's
ing from the seventh century B. .'. i i,..; h, f:n ng the imat-. t-'tn tpaion.
'Thii was found in excavations made -tr,.- and -i.':, r,- -i.tred with a
at Gorldon. in Asia Minor. and from 'i ,-i.,i stnll not unlike many s.luths of Such .l Fame.
thte fact that it is the only one of its il,. ',',..tit :nji da blanket cuveriug the The following story concerning John
age t-ver uunerthed among the many mattress is tneked between it and the Forster, the biographer of Dickens.
otb.-r pieces of furniture found in an- bedside, much as the neat housewife was told by the late Sir Wemyss held:
r-l,:nt runlu the conclusion is drawn iow tucks in her snowy sheet. In the days of his youth Sir Wemyss
that bed at this early era were a nov- fHre, howu,-r, the resemblance to showed a great desire to embark upon
city. the present style of bed ceases. The a journalistic career, whereupon an
It Is .sure that previous to this there legs at the head are carved, to repre- old friend of the family In Newcastle
Is no rcorni of the existence of beds sent hlimuan figures and mythological told himi that going to London and
lhi(h may tbe taken as authority. Pre- crenitiou At the foot a woman with writing for the papers would bring
IhSJtolrl man evidently got along quite surro:undiiua 'picture writing" holds him no good, adding:
well without auy bed to lie in, and it forth. The sides are massive panels "I mindl there was a decent friend of
was not tnmtil the life of Etrurians and carved in a sinliar manner, and the mine, auld Mr. Forster, the butcher ill
Giceek bsgnl to verge into compara- structure of the whole marks it as an the side. IHe !haid a laddle jst like
tire 3ybhariti, luxury that the bed as a article mnuae to be handed down from you, and nothing would serve him but
mp[nluemLt part of the household was ono' T-nceratlon to the other.-Chicago he must go away to London to get ed-
univL-rsally re..-ognized. Tnbaiiie. dictated, ais he called it, an.P when he
.venm then the bed was more kin to had got eddic-ated he wouldn't consme
t h' md-n 1 och than the article ic in 11 Pi TA ?I' STAM P back to his father's shop, though It
llilthe modri\,n7l an tohay take rhis re- i T POSTAGE STAMP was a first class business. -He would
?,. ,hIn.,,.lln to Greek and Romanu do nothing but write and write aunl
,1\:il i p1'tinl-., bas-reliefs and repro- HOW I1 IS MADE tY UNCLE SAM'S write, and at last le went back again
:m tre, the oigial bel EXPE WORKMEN. to London and left his poor auld fat-
.-: s : .t, a be' .wiI: car -T W. there alone, and A've never heard tell
i , ,'. bci h and o0 1 ovr 'the Manufactuelig Proeess Prom of that laddie since."
".i ,ls. '..i eies, t .i n1etu.n PIoce om it was thus," concluded gir WVemyss,
1 11. a,, esm.1 draperies, t ti' i ~t, Engravirg oe the Steel Die to "that the fame of John Forster, th1
.I 1 I! thein twor. .2o, : e the Finh P nted, s reaed and of 'The Life of rGol altl and
I, r e,,to m l tort rte Sheet. tihe destined biographer of Charles
,. :., t.-'. ,.,:.ze s)ucuncn wrich is The first mechanical process In the Dickens, was cherished iu his native
.1! ;, 1;..' manufacture of a postage stamp is the town by his father's ancient friends!"
S... !...- -1 pain;ings of It Lli *cutting, or engraving, of the die. This
.ul ..,-..', ,-.. ,,riles i C show tiht is a piece of steel of the finest quality, polrti on I" ropolinig.
I:e-e ... ..re p!i' .i:l0 the!. ilt on the polished surface of which a man An old fashioned bok of etiquette
',I- ,!.s ,,! w w :h.iy c. slowly and patiently cuts, line by line, contaxl s a chapter n courtip that man
i.' ,, l,,.i ,. e ost..o tI L're ict the portrait or other emblem which who might be t,,i.".Ilanylu.- a pto.al
I .. 1 rl. i f'.inOe foe t has been adopted for this particular of marriage wa:; urged ;trongly to ae-
I 1 .' I , -'..",- "., rw on h- stamp. A steel engraving is what is !ect with ca.e and due forethought the
1,' ;; ". [ ..hf n :y, tnd 1 i called tin incised plate-that is, every proper time and ptLce for s<.h pro-
!": tl .-L.c h1'le w io ne which is to show In the finished propr. Fo im sand ce, he shoul never
,iI ,' Il in thire pert print is cut Into the surface Instead of propose to a young woman while out
,i. ir .. g .a- at rnhtis rc being left in relief, as in wood engrav- boating, for if she ehiuli lilhpen to re-
0 1...- *1 1 .. iat ealti n ft fs d uen or
'. i ii ,.-1,,.1 .I -:. .. Inr some in- ng. fuse him it wi o ld lIo dflti-ult to reach
S'4. i ,. .,. ,'., wa as Thi die: which the engraver cuts is a .hbore i;a ::.,iatel.l, .:and '-hes- itlatlo
S' ,,,, ,'',. "negative;" in other words, a reversal vwuld o:)i. lu'il bIe wlw ird.
1~,:', ti I ,':-r G'oreies anm Roans- of the design which the stamp will OnthLe other L.:n, i i sL shtoud ac-
S!,. : n,.' am'-.e ,romnt pr._t show. The reason for this soon be- cept him tih s!tuationr wsildi t. euiu:tlly
iI tht, I,. t )0 0,)oti' ttnti it .oes t-- comes apparent. rndedslrabie since too clia3l a pio..iuuity
Si to hen the die is fluished and proofs and certain attitude.s incident to the
[tl," i s ,r l .e ,i ni l lnroUi 'ent factor at o show it to be satisfactory it is hard- circumstances a rue Ia.owu to thtreate.;
.- sd, l-tmutg sces, ened and fixed in the bed of a powerful the .l ty of a 1,ont; also sal: young
i' .,,, -'"m..l iuticiv Isrtiiuu -,-!ii~, o press. Over It Is then passed a steel man was advised neor to iproo03e to r
V'.l'T rlT-'\ il.i, or m;i+'li oin ci- roller, the circumference of which is young wvomantu jilut I, fore dinner. IHav-
.", .:t" :. ,: ', s wenerils w tierec the c!ifr- several times, perhaps four times, the ing been without eating for s. j.:s, hours,
.,.: .-... -...:s-.] are \hsl mtio- diameter of the die. Immense pressure she would doubtless be in a less a:ul-
.:. :i,', r!-in me1- ing (1d-ntl. de- is-applied, so that every line on the able frame oz mind than usual an.l
i.. ,, ,,, ..:-- or reposiI -; ikly, all surface of the die Is Impressed upon might under these conditions refuse au
.,: ..,,:, ( 'nrly silar d -I-n. the surface of the roller as many times offer which at au-nher tiue would seem
5t' ,.,., .s. i rart,]y 2oc-cur in thn as the circumference of the roller is desirable.
.., ,:.' -, ..r l ninl' larger than the area of the die. In this -
l .. rl.''- -- of lths c' : l- way four perfect copies of the die are
,'h alin t) t,,e upojn reproduced on the roller, but reversed. e like best to call
-, I .... r a i-re now mrnl... Tiere Each of these impressions Is a "posi- We like bet to
.. -,. l ,. and l,.ii all thv'." -t SCO T'S EMULSION
!,... i tie '1 ,1 1 ',. This roller Is now hardened in turn a food because it stands so em-
\.- r- li. can 1 iie r,,r t i:.c in order that it may transmit the im- phatically for perfect nutrition.
-. v. -. ,- o; a slab of marble i.-t.i pressio:s once mor, this time to the A et i t r of retor
.. I -o c.. .:.t st:c r serv'ag as plate from which the acturs printing And yet in the matter of restor-
S I L L ..weivn:r, tL-hiru" Co t, is to be made. This pate is also of ing appetite, 6f giving new
-; v a .J.- -achcrnir and a dead s-. The size is suicloent to print a I strengthto thetissues especially
1- ..-.. -,: ..L examples orf moo.cin wvool]e she~ e of stanms-from 200 to 8 30U to the nerves, its action is that
',,. -s : --'.-- ;..- -kill of the a i-ienuts inu at a single impression. of a medicine.
< a,.u ausi, ad painting and the inlp)or-, itl:) tje iriface o)f this plate he ii sc ~ or a,ple.
SCOT71& Boii\'N l.. Clia, lt.
t: ii i \. ih \\ it Il they regarded the be,. I' -asr.iiir i:i: thie rnlir is forced by gr(:at 4 S.4t P"r Streei. iewIork,
'tI* i t'.. i n notable examples u ofs. ~' ,rs-. ,. once for ef( th stamp In te11ad all u iwa.
11.. i .. irt. aud the sides serv- e as 14 'i, 1.1-,:, !it ,.,'* t, antd i 1-n tiie -,h l -
y <' "- 'fci.-''-a ^. *;. ,_- _. -


ii.ei ~s~

~V --
I ~lra? r --Y

Is hardened. These tlmpressions Ord
negatives, so that the print* from thnia
-the stamps themselves-will be poei-
The reason for all this preliminary
Work is most luteresting. In the tltst
place, printing could not be doue frotn
a single die b.,cause of the vast qiuan-
Iiieqs of stamps required. tI the see,
S)nd place, It could not be done from
:he roller, because on that the lines ara
in relief Insteatd of being incised, nd
n the third p!ae, it would not be
feasible to hitve oeo'ral dies or a larad
ii:iitmbe of tie:u tengraved, both be-
-a".se r', oxSnMnie would.be problbi-
*' x:IeiI NII'ticonlt n.) two would thet be
:tL" lin:ely alike. The present system
,i.:k.:s it certillu that every stamp-of
e rectrlii I)t i.- exactly like every oth-
ir orfte ul int lot-- a great safeguard
;i.,'' 'n--'t ,'-o unteIf'eitlig.
0\ !.,\ rlirr-c o-rioi .l i IO tes have be 1en
iA',, .- hI*y sr'1 il l :-l t 'eneltll t oe te bed
,i'' q l',li'i .,printing press. Whel tlie
,iiehini-ry is started the flrst plate 19
Inked, llhen automatlcglly wiped until
It Is like a mirror. Tlhe wiplng retnove
all the IInk except what cllngs In the
lines of the 200 duplicate ougravings
whichh dot the surface.
Over the plate Is laid a sheet of
dampened paper, the plate is slightly
warmed in order to permit the Ink to
swell, and heavy pressure is applied.
Menuwbile the second plate Is recelv-
ing Its ink, and then the third comes
Into play, so that, although all three
are-on the same press, each Is at a
given moment undergoing a different
process from either of the other two.
This has wrought a great saving of
time over the old process of printintl
by hand. When the printed sheets anr
dry they go to the g:miu;i n muachint,
In which they pass between a dry
roller on one side and one moistened
with mucilage on the other. From
these rollers they are cast out, wet
side iu, upon an endless ,web, which
carries them through a steam heated
They come out dry, ready for the
perforations, which permit them to be
torn apart easily. These are very ensi-
ly made by passing the sheets between
one cylinder studded with steel pina
-and another perforated with holes to
match the pins. The two together act
like the jaws of a conductor's punch.
The last process is pressing the sheets
by hydraleic power to counteract the
tendency to curl, which is imparted by
the mucilage.
The printing of stamps, like the print-
ing of gold and silver certificates and
1.i.ak note, is subject to the most care-
tul and constant inspection.
Every sheet of paper Is counted be-
f'.,re It is delivered to the printer, and

, . .

., ,daY,

AN 2.

NO. 21.


The schr Lucy If freighted with

naval stores from North Ba3, sailed
'le schr (Clopatra arrived from
Pensacla, Sunday everig, anit after
diko argring freight. M* ndav went to
the seapr Lbanks and remiged witn-
ntaval stores fromn North Ba3, sailed

til Tensday aernoon, sornoon. a su-

cossful catopaign amnmig tle gamy
dwellers of the ,1ecp.
The schr Ilpatrarp arrived from the
Penstoyla sunday cveaiitg, and after
dikc#nariiig freight. MIunday went to
the naap jer banks and retmaineil u n-
til Tucsday afternloon, scoring a suc-
cossful catapaiit amonlig thu gamy
dwellers of the dleep.
'Ilie idtr, Ta ari'tun arrived from tlhe
sonthl at noon, Friday and from the
weot at noon, yesterday.


SFitted in splendid condition to take ex-
cursions or iE4'.r .i-ler,.s to any poiotion.
Sibe I ay-or Gal. 1i, i cablt: pritectio,
S inthe event of bald catL.r'. Tellms reas-
ojnable. Also,
BA 1GE E 1 M A ;
Catactly 10,0(10 fctf of lImnlcr will Ferry
between Fkairimdal and A ll)tnton. on Ea.it
Bay and ill dliivr fireight, of every de-
scriptioni, incluaiitig' live stock to any
point on St. Andrews Bay. For particl-.
lrs, address W. F. Woouvroai,. Flartl-
dale, Flla.

Makes regular tiis between S-i, An-
Orews Bay and Pcinsacolta. Good passen-
ger acctmmnodations and special attIen-
tiou paid to handling and carrying freight
at reasonable rate s. Fur particulars ad-
diess, ~CAPT. S. W. AND]JRSO-,
Andcr-on, Fla

Equipped With Two Gasoline Engines,
L.. I ). AN.OK), - ASTEI
I,,eavest. Aniratwi ihay vervy Monda'
l uave e u J i itac a every I'hturs da
wcathIetr pclniilting). Special athte
tio)n will he gi( ell to receiving ant
forwarding freight for t ar iecs living on
E:ta astd dNorth Jily, passengerss fo
poinisonf ciither :trin of I he Jlay cat
depend u)pont sLciuring prompt trains
otrl It ioln a:t reasoial le rtI p. PIas
singer ;,:c<)oitit d,itioiin good. Expres
atld itij'lroad F'reight speci.ti ticst For
Itt lh 't i it l'uriat ioll appl to
S 1.. 1. WAII, (ci. Maiiager.

: ..C rnrles thle -lasl. liay Mail between St
A iidr vp l, I v ,cl.pp a l,,i l i ,ali
ii, pa tii. il ]. a.iare. SI. Ali.dlL.' dail
Lr:t. .xcl.pi lu.11Jt : 11 1 .i i'i 1. I .; r i i i'i it"
X* Welippo .iA IJt'; I in.; l.- vi Wetapp

I" i -' -' , jt .

ii Ior A. We rlt r.Kt t. M i' (lt i ie'.

at, 1 'clok pI in.. as i citv atUId Aiv 11. ai
AuuAOt.. 2 i'0 7wt2 1 r.

3 sY 73 79 1.12

a 7 91 7:1 SO .t00
Ft'r weuk.,- :I)1 72 i a81 2.2

The Preabytirian Sunday school- be-
ing uinmtd with that of the M. E.
church, a union school will be conduct-
ed every Sunday morning at l10 o'clock
in the M. E, church.
Prayer meeting every Thursday eve-
ning at 8 o'clock in the M. E. church.
Everybody is cordially invited to all
of these services.
1<'vr epn +eaPl aLlnunc-hing.ll8
A '1 Vl'li~ol''ed t-r'nf f"- i a he:.!'a !s the
<":,ltnin! l mt*o!"' n.,' youirng' -te-s an' i
griown-aps. Tlhe cri!!t spends l:! p"miy
or nickel at the fruit stand or the con-
fectloner's or baker's, where, more of-
ten thiIan not. the wares are adulterat-
ed, open to dast from the street or
stlffy l;i:,a 'tm.-itts. The mother takes
the c.ge from her dinner appetite by
midintfternoon confections and i," and
tePis. At the table wholesome substan-
t!als are passed by for toothsome des-
sertr because stomachs have been al-
ready overtaxed and taste is the only
n. centive tO ec;Viut The result is dy.s-
Spep)a and its train of ills, or, if noth-
ing so apparent ensues, nerve and
brain force are weakened. The good
old rule. "threp mnali a day and no be-
tween meals," of orthn,1 -i, mothers;
who are now grKianlnli-,itt-r carried
into ,f'r et today 1\%amll set many n dlil
orelcred household right and revohltion-
ize thie tdi'.ipotsitio of many a man, wo-
man and chilIl.

I'iiinflni IM C(rren'T.
A curious old dounmont "bhnr. ina' how
shells in the: shape of wampum deter.
orated as c'g ::'rney on Manhattan Is-
1, id is found :. nr lrn. the minutes of tihe
coirt of 1.nr'.rni't-t ,,ors and sgchepens of
May, 1;."-'., at the meeting in Fort Am
stti'rdaii11. New Netherlands. The ac-
count roa':ds: "Whereas we see and for
Somel thtlie have seen the decline and
il,,prr. iation of the loose wampumm
anliOitr' which is found much unpiacrted
nnd o0nly half finished, made of stone,
lKinis. bolln, shell.t, horn nay, even of
w'.,irl iand brol.len -therefore we ha;ve
rt':olv\I' tliiat heneroeforth no loose warm-
p'itio 'mtiall Ibh current unless strung up.
On a t a',' d Ir. Trde c vlnpum shall pass
ai': .rnd p1'!y :i' h'r(,cetofore at the r.tt<
of -:sx "vl 't or three black bends for
1 "t'fu' (2 ef'ut I1. Doue, resolved nnd
Ii : t l f May 17'). at our
ct; i ,rt Akisterdani, New
N ":ho w. ,'


B lank Warranty Deeds, short storm
printed on good linen paper, 25c per
dozen; also blank receipt '.a1'--li.i.i re-
ceipts in a block, 10c each, at the Buoy
-Don't worry about difficulty in pro-
curing goods suited to your wantsthis
hot weather, but go to W. H. Parker
& Co., Parker, Fla, and have your
wants supplied at the lowest margin of
-You never have and may never again
have an opportunity to get so fine a
fountain pen for so little money as you
can now by complying with the condi-
tions of the coupon to be found else-
whete on this page.
--The ladies of the M. E. church will
will, give a moonlight social on .Mr.
Drummond's lawn r.ext Saturday even-
ing. Ice cream, cake and other good
things will be served. Everyone come
and bring your friends.
.- Sick headache results from a disor-
dered condition of the stomach and is
quickly cured by Chamberlain's Stom-
ach and Liver Tablets. For sale by L.
M. Ware, St. Andrew and Bayhead,
and all medicine dealers
-V-Wizard Ink Tablets, Price, per
box'lct -Y Pi.._ aup e-eight--Tblet it
box. One box makes ten dunces splen-
didink. Economical permanent' abso-
lutely indellible, convenient, non-corro-
sive. At thi Buoy of!ico.
-Parties who came down from Ch ip-
ley the first of theweek report that a
large force of men and teams was sched-
uled to begin work at once on the B.,
C. & St. A. Railroad, at that point. The
report, however, has not yet been con-
-The Buoy is advised that action up-
on the now petition for the removal of
thecounty seat was suspended by the
board of county commissioners at its
session on Monday, because of its show-
ing an insufficient number of names of
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St. Andrews Blu ll, or Buena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also nmap of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15e. pel dozen, at the
y BIUOY ollice
S-Every man owes it to'himself antd
d his family to master a trade or profes-
. sion.; Read the display advertisement
r of the six Morse Schools of Telecraphy,
in this issue and learn how easily a
- young man or lady may learn telegra-
s phy and be assured a position.
-The pear crop this season is hardly
a fair average one-it is doubtful if it
reaches half a crop; but judging- from
some samples of the LeConte variety
presented to the Buoy by N. M. Worley
of Parker, the shortage in quantity is
largely made up in quality. The sam-
Sples in question are very fine and art
t present evidence of the possibilities in
S' pear cultLae on St. Andrew. UBay.
I -On Saturdai y la.st. at- rik .l-
-- edt f the ... t. d
Sin Henry? M.' Spiger's elegant nie'
. launch ',X I uUl ."--inl tenriate. Th.s new launch is-26 feet ir
longtbh, over all, built of pieces of
- 1-inch lumber, put together with over
one hundred pounds of galvanized nailh
i- and equipped with a 4-horse powerBa.
i- ker engine, manufactured at Norwich
e Conn., and the speed rate is estimated
g. at nine miles an hour, and it is though
'. she will do even better than this whet
I- the ballast is properly placed; but ast
I. now arranged, she is sure a hummer'
"' and it is doubtful If there is another
s craft in these waters that can keep it
s her company for any considerable dis.
s tance.

W*t*Bl------ -
Use Allen's Foot Ease,,
A powder to bj shaken into the shoes.
Your feet feel swollen, nervous, and
damp, and get tired easily. If you have
smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen's
Foot-Ease. It cools the feet and makes
walking easy. Cures swollen, sweating-
feet, blisters and callous spots ieohlees
corns and bunions of all pain. Try it to-
day. Sold by all druggists and shoo
stores. Don't accept any substitute.
Trial package FREE. Address Allen
S. Olmated. LeRoy, IN. Y.

1How tto IMke O e In a Brook or lnu-nr
ning Sr<--aia.
The brook or rnll:.ii,.- stream of
naLrural outdoor water gives a variety'
of cli:nces for the ma- n whio wishes to
lih his lij' right. The b:.,ak catnu
be converted, without being diverted,
into a swimming pool for boys by
hlatiliug a damt at the pol t where the
banks do a little extra shelving and
tend lo form a natural basin. The bot-
tom should be spaded out and made
more of a reservoir in Ils eal;picity and.
ha;ii-'. The tldam itSelf can be mad? bhN
a fiLmily of h3ays at the cost of tlih
iuinb"llr lnd utfiils involved. The em
bakikmncuts are sodded. The sides of
the spillway are made of wooden posts
driven into the ground and boarded
up. Tils makes a box up affair, or
rather two boxes, one on each side of
the stream. Tl'ht-.e boxes are filled
with snd, rocks and sods to make a
solid cubic piece of resistance. The
lodd!d embankments run across the
valley or depression of the brook hol-
iov to the higher ground. By means
of a levver--a pole (playing Into a
wooden j;iawed socket and weightedl
IwitH a rock or pieee of Iron)-th:
water gito ecan be opo!nld against a
strong headway of water. The water-
.ows over the top of the spillway
when I it s closed, and by raising th<-
gnat" the pond can be emptiHe or .re
,tl,...l to tle normal level of the brook.
-Country Life In America.

J D. Runyan of Butlerville, O., laid
the peculiar disappearance of his pain-
ful symptoms of indigestion and bilious-
ness to Dr. King's New Life Pills. He
says: "They are a perfect remedy for
dizziness, sour stomach, headache, con-
stipation, etc." Guaranteed at A. H.
Bake's score, price 25c.

N!E A LE C-tC, ET.

i11 tic'Ann thp Anti onn T Ii\ ..I

tI:afl aaf.ai ll o f 0., 1a' It ts of thr,
T. 'te trio:
,ul""ng pun;t of :ou accolulft, dfR)",

,Itt-' 0 t th f k Il -lo tl'e Y!ain a '111" 'iif4

hi~~:i lxauI anal yi, zI-rt.g ha' over
"lCdi Oxiser. IiraidfleL'd a b pita'hat1

pnwiwd s tq wov .11%i4 .1p ofCVIP,
* 'a:a-. ti:tct vl:it'~ atti f:.'r 1~ a '~e

0Z W"", !1.
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Cejuilnad to LL, a


A Stupid Prologue.
It was a performance of "IIchamrd
I!l.," and a poor one, to which the two
men from Wlson's ranch had listened
for nearly an hour with ill concealed
ii:l,': .t "Conme on out. I've had enough of
this thing." said onp of them at last.
lvnt the othfir hesitated.
"' t -guy 'u the middle o' the stage
w",a's -a'li,'g for a horis a minute n ."
the 'nid I tn at ho.tarse wl 'll Ihiislner. "
l'.d ou till the sh ,w btegi3ns ailywaVy."


Cor ivPrs pla1 o I Iu I: Li o
&AL!.A' Ediutr LB.ley; Thlu petition for a
vote .rofn ihe, people whether to
change the. 'Jes'eltL county seat, was
passed arouinif here and many of.us
signed it, hivMug it to be the first
sure step t.Oward getting cur long
choliihed h.f-thle division of the
count ty, .
I c;diffitsee how anyone can lol-,.'
to see the' cobtlh di vided so long as
the scaL ib anyl lbtre near the cent'-o;
but with thi setL inl the extreme
iijI tli, %% heio the ilotu 111 ii it L.cul lI
wiant it, and ba Li;iachl utllce it thiu
iollirihei, "itp i *abily see a big t-]ep
tuwald thLit blB I, will a iiiiu'illi-
:Ie relief l Imo -.li Iala t i lhibitu
jpui IUIIy L caeii nt .eat.
N fw -'l{le .ist ih ily 1 u111 tl,,...; ,
we etignell, plt-itiuu \\IIi Lth uni-
klera 1. anb iC iatd questioii tu lie
v'tedl rl." %u% will change
tuffi egfi L e.iru liirtLii.un

\Vc have.il in r hand iiuow tlo> get
iulumt i lite" relt l.for the urtihellc i' 1u-

taxatiol~ wh~enr, il litey wiula only
tiull, whiuldh uut th i it t is pai i no1e
nsething witheui ounil haelp.d aJ \ e
have nuthi ig 1o hope f ir luio the
o;larr trlit. t
I caurnot ind stand wly tilee vot-
eLIs witIt couitiiuaily deluded by tile
cry of big expoiise and burdensome

consider who pays the bulk f taxat. s,
they Would u i th t it is sptaid by noi-

of' sdbljn b building's of any o oito a ir-
reaideit laind b;,eciilators, who are a

rich gains while doing nothing to-
ward settliug u the country,, or a im-
proving it in'any way, unless we
force itout of them by taxation. And
every idllar tliht is spent ill the wau
of public buildings' or any other im-
. c enieuts is ietnriinel directly to the
1-eople in waged and circulation, and
again, i.rdiretly through improve-
Inelit. we say, Hprrah for a di-
vision of L 0counity and for a big in-
Clease Iuxeson o niiuiliprovyed'laidis,
b, that l cuunity eLn put up goonc

an'll4 a 'I a ivc I1i gu 'll scliool0 .
44', 7 Ati.r ., rrts~ RjL~

Eln ;n? nn 'B ..r l'>B'' i r Till.
On ,uta-'i 1-, S C --a .: ni." *'.s

reign of tlh? th-i-l J.:iliy I,'g.i t i Th' b
"tzax on k 'l'. ;,- l ." \v" t i"' : 1"lop .-( i i
in 1712 and v\..' Ia.:i.de :,a t ..'-* ie I'.
the act of 1-. '. : .L.1i.h li'.xe-l i t t -
cents a sh;: t. v.,riu 7T ,',-uts. d'a:: on
each advertlse.njull. 'Tlhe ,Whl', re-
duced the duty t .a pViiny In l.,',;. bLut
when the C'rltm.-tu w\r ibrke o);t rli.l
every one wanted thee news ev'n n 1
penny duty was fouud to be intolern-
ble. Its repeal is called the iMgna
Charta of the British press.

Fiendish Suffering
is often caused by sores, ulcers and can-
cers, that eat away your skin, Wm, Be-
dell, of Flat Rock, Mich., says: "I have
used Bucklen's Arnica Salve for utcers,
sores and cancers It is the best healing
drctsing I ever found." Soothes and
heals, cuts, burns and scalds. 25c. at
A. H. Brake's store; guaranteed.

Sa,,t :!n;o; 'I t la.-
.. ..I t ; ;- ..'tt ..u. i,
a. ;1 -" ';* ' a"1 .'.'a ;1 c-ih : ( .' tei -

rFe.' r'- ;i sa;;I l ei o ,v( i'.;e tl anal
-',a '.:. < ':'l to *i, :, the (l oLea, somI
Pa':'. :vi'>wing' a th '.r,' was littit
k. ,:';.a 1 of his (oing so, tas lie is a
,.!1 ;-!ovn !e:tad'o'-tl, I replied in a
.;Jt,:'i g :!o-t of W;ly:
i': y-:u a doilar you will never
.,:uy the $t .'
I'l, ta fmly shfrprise, wtri.: I r;'
S-.;:'I,.la to my o.L. ., my wife :ai;l th!-
rioni hiad called to settle his c:-.-.'nlL
Hle h:i'l giv'eni her a check$ for t 1..' ;ill<
rco.-:,iv'dl $7' In cash. In the '\-'i'nluu
he dropped In, and ;I giadily Ipn hiinm
my lost wager and thought I wils a
smart !jziQ. Today the, check wan re
turned by my bank* marked 'no good.
-New York Press. /

Ni,)thing" 0.l the Mti rklet Ei,,it ..il
th.ilan lCrlaio's Colic, ClAolera ain"'
Diarltoea Remedy.',
". This fact is weil nowlt tVo druggit i at -
crywihere, and zinui out of ten aill 'I i\
their customers this preparation t ln t
the best is asked for. Mr. Obe \Wi:uler,
a prominent drnggist of Jepliin, Mo.. itn a
circular to his customncis, says: "Tlivre
is nothing on the market in lt w iv .-
patent medicines equal to Claninbt-ilnI',
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea litncled.j' lui
bowel cu'lplalnits. W e sell ahl i'a n-
menid this preparationn" For saji ly ,L.
l1.Ware, St. Andrew and IBitlthead and
Nil medicine iealcrs.

He Thought He Stopped the Paper.
An acquaintance met Horace G(reeito
one day and said, "Mr. Greeley, I've
stoppedY your paper."
"TTaa.-e you?" said the edlit'r. "'Toll.
tht's too bad." And he went hln wy.
Thet next morning Mmr. (GrePI(y uet
his sabIsctrilber n':tihn alid sa'd, "I
thought you ihad stopped-i thef T'rib'r:e?"'
"Po I ,!il ."
"T!ei n the:f it.: ,? t I, so 0n r istak','
s;ld tr'. (ir-'elcy,, '"fir I junst cgx !ne
from the otflic', ,iO.l Inde presses woret
liningii', the i1cl0erks' w as b sv aas
"ovPr, tho c'ipoi is vwere hard :i,t
work, ulid the bun'-.-s wIvs go- on
'a:e Sin ,t3as y(.'stcriit. ay and the day be-
'fo0' ."
"O'a." e.Jacr'laa .i tlie rubs(-;b'.r, "I
uiin't l" i .Tr' t Il .ul s l)-)od tlh, I 'a-
Vor. I c''2 .l oi'l iny C-o)y of it be-
arusPe I ilna't al;o yo'.r elitoria!.."
"'1:" ,:!;.-:"" ica-ari,'ld :Mr. Greieley. "It
-anS 't ,-:' ta:l.'ng .;>p it1y time to tell
Ime suclh n i:a'e ::.a liat. My' ear r, if
you oxpwct to c-'n'ri'ol the tterioance of
tlhe; T'ibimle liy the pur',.Lcha.se of. on
cr;'!; at day or if you think to find tIny

*rlt ni(.e1O wtit h 'yor on-. yvtu ia
o,'alta to :-.., :. 'I.'ti. "--Stia'-ccss

A Touching Story
is the saving from death of the baby
girl of Gee. A, Eyler,Cumberland, Md.
He writes. 'At the eage of 11 months,
our little girl was in declining health,
with serious throat trouble, and two
physicians gave her up. ,We were al-
Uaost in despair, when we resolved to
try Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-
sumption, Coughs and Colds. The- first
bottle gave relief; afte: taking four
bottles she was cured, and lis now in
perfect health." Never fails to relieve
and cure a cough or cold. At A. H.
Brake's store, 50c and $1, guaranteed.
Trial bottle free.



bal IItII

in the %.I
CJil- It t),

"\llan, o iy oneo ele bltfti,:iatlv cred-
toii]oIn to )pose that atier a debt ol
.925,t00 I j $i30,00u1 is incurred for
thle L' uidi 'of a counthou- o and oth-
or bailbiilin (:hilhley, or any other
site siel'ie'e will be so miagnanilliou
as Io coniionil to a division or 'release
aniy portion from its prolpotion ol tihe
indebtedness? Well, not mtnclh--the
pi'9mise is too thin and lacks snffi-
cient backing.
Mr. Allan looks with favor upon
the ,promise of a branch. Not any
branch for as! lNot munch!! If Chipley
wants a bi'anA'l, let her work to that
end. Count us out!
It is safe t'o say that three-fourths
of the coullt:i is iun favor of a divis-
iali andl, eve if Velnt..Ih should object,
which is donbtifil, it.- opposition
would.not be.a f oi mi.lble obstacle,
\Without be.'ilg elecedl as tile county
sent, Clhii;pty. will IaLtually favor a
di'v ini. Give ,her cieclitable cclunty
buildings aidi oulr anllaitlious n lighbor
wi.,uhl be tooliU t1 i it l id not oppo.
it lu thle lItt-.jFr d.
"Again Mr,' tan is rni it itkei as t
tli.til.e .p rto is ordeiedt
will not 'byv Hto-; w\lit tthr cr not wr
will clhalge th e *"pir-eni county seat '
but wi.1 bf for Ljie t le-ti)n of a seat,
a:nl tlie F buiia.ndA t ataily tlat t the
place chlite'Rn 11 L1Ws:t ]ii\ae a In jority of
a:l tlle voles Ciht, alid as there will
be several aetidilualtes, herein lies our
safety / .
The luoral. of all this is: Get the
division ot the county first, then let
each county set tle its own courtholluo
questiain. Anil tihe best means to this
end will beto get up. a pettiion, cir-
cilate it thoroltghly and present it to
the next legislahtue with such ill ar-
ray of names that it cannot afford to
ignore it,
'h'e portion of Mr. AllaI's coni1-
munication in itferel'Co to schools,
wl.ich the Buoy heartily endorses, i8
unavoidably crowded wu'er to niext

i o ti..... -', strike t1ae
ol)0Ver't ." '-..;- I' V n.he a ai -min"ciligI (io0;
to w:ild ,h'lphants in their native
aunts,'",w ri ts a traveler. "The one
is the .i rga,,'tic cie and his own corm-
parative smnallneps The other is the
.expression of the eyo. This organ,
w-hich is surprisingly y small in propor-
tion to the size of the nnimal and set
far back in the head, is of a pale blue
color much reiftnmblfug thsot of a wall
eye in a horse. Even when an ele-
phant fs at rest his eye has an uncom-
fortlaly cold and sinister look."

They Appeal to Oar Sympathies.
The lli!ions and dyspeptic are coustAnat
-- I:' 1 anId arp eal to our sympathies
There is .! t oneI of them, hi lNve who
ii,,y not e l:'og't;h~t iMack ito health and
happiness by the use of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver T'ablet. These tab-
i:- i' g'"iortate (he tuln:ieah and liver and
i i.. he;l i the digestion. iThey also reg-
l.tt ie bowels. For sale lv L. M,AWNare
AI. .- drew and 3avhead and all niedi-
a- .a i i,.. ,. alei s.

An Old.' Ena;iih .Bllitd,
'Gia.'euslceves" is a gi l.h! old Engllsh
1.'l' 1i and tuiie ineitilo.nedb by' ti i, k-
tl"'.-.e in the ',':,- r,' WIves of Wind-
sur'" :nd has been a favorite since the
I:ltt. r part of the sixteenth century.
'Ihi tunee is much older than the words,
prolablly as old as the days of HIenry
VIII It Is ,flso o.,wDi as "TI'.ei BaEic;:-
sii il' "Te FMO'evCS' Eu',Il, a*
'.rea.t favorite with tHe cavaliers. A
rmolidfed version -i found In the "Beg-
g.t.-' Opera." The tune is still sung to
"t'bhr-stmas comes but once a year'
ntdi many other songs of the same
rhythm or with the burden "Which no-
body can deny."



Kidney Trouble Makes You Miscrabe.,

Almost everybody who reads the news-,
papers is sure to kriow of the wondlerfui
cures made by Dr,
S -- i Kiirner's Swamp-.5.'
,g "2y Jthe great kidney, ;i'>.
... ", i and bladder remned.
It is the great niedi-
caltriumph oftha ni;:--
\e. ienth century; dis-
i N covered fter yea.s of
"~ -i' scientific research by
Sit Dr. Kilmer, the eni-
S. reit kidney agi blad-
-'--- dr specialist, and is
von.de'uliy sudce.ssfu in promptly curivng
!. -e -ack, kia ny, bladder, ui'c acicd trcu-
.>:e.s a ndr 't's DitLeaD whia h is the wo;rs.
.i :; o f kidney trouble.
Dr. Kiimer's Swamnp=yRoot is not rac-
in.ime;addfort :-: 'hbuffyouhavekid-
i.';, i;ver or b!eddr t.rcubl it will be found
I=.t i'. s; remedy you nce:;d. Ithasbeentest?.d
i. .so r:',y y .ways, in hospital work, in private
i c, n u i helpless too ps or to pur-
-.h', rse!"ef end hAs proved so successful in
;'y -.-e that a special e .re -n,: n,e, has
'.nh nladc by vwhichall readers of this paper
'i:;.-,ha-./ n'if alrc.i .y tried it, may hav' a
S-rple bottle sent free, by mail, also a bock
,;'in;g more about S'tamp-Roof and how to
::id u-ut if Hcu hav, kidney or. bladder trouble.
..-i:en wri'Jing i"ention readingthis generous
..'r in fiis paper and
:.:r -yo.j: c.eidrc?: l tc .. ;'- .
..K.n.r &Co.,Bing- .
:.;; n,. 4:, Y. Ths. ---. .

a..i,; s 4 ,. i c:., O t.*., a/l6at .e W'I '3 ~
D[ '.u t ia l:j any ui .-i.i:;':, ?a t ;etaiut.n,-
hber -thi name, Swaiap--Root, 'D). Kil-
urCir'5 S'im ) inb-Roh)t, and ther addruss,
-ini'iamt on, a. Y.,,on ove:ry bottle.
a n a, i L '. S; 'iv i. '
"T;n"u ha' at 't .'' n d thit 'nll the
wnor!ld !o-;'e a it-V:r?' "
'"Not exactly. Hisp epxnrilnce Is that
'! tihe wor!d ,;uys a !over."

Petdz.tray nd tSeto tt"t? c!ar i i-nconaist-
ea't n' : ; snd hiP-anithoyeL.- av-,

rm~s~z ~-l -6~u_~__

m i i w .r By g" r.
A ':nu',,,, to.fl -'he iow options c a-
atcd.c by Ri].lrond a;id i I1 : 1'.a.i,! Com-
jpanies. Wo want YO"'bNG LCi aaa!d .LA-
DIE i of good habits to
vWe fu-r'nish 75 per cent of thle Opera-
lors and Stat ion Agents in Amcrieca.
Our. schools aro the l]:i'a.rg t exellsive
Y-_1.. *raph Schools in tlie 'tiorid. Estab-
lishod 20 vyeats and al cndorscd by all lead-
ing Railway O!llcials.
'We execute a -s.",' Bond to every stu-
dent to furnish him or her ta position
paying from -810 to 860 a month in sttfes
east of the Ilooky MIountains, or fronm
$75 tpo 8100 a month i i. tates west oi the

Rockies, imcdfi.tely upon nla;d:M;*. ).
Students can enter at any time. 2o
vacations. For full particulars regar'd-
ing" any of o''r Schools writo direct to
our executive office, Cincinnati, 0. Cat-
a'ogue free.
The Itarse Scshooi
l.: 'Islegsapiy,
Cincinmati, 0. lilufulo, N. f.
Alauita. Ga L.aCrosse, WVis.
,-'xarkaua, '1Tex Sun .Franciac'. Cal.

4 '. a.'" *a" ^. C -."" j .
., ^.,", *h 9^:^ 1
':- ". most careful farmers T'.
', .ndgardenerseverywhera ,
r .;' vace confldenco in Ferry's '.,
(;' Bceds-theinthat nveorfa il.

,'l r ,/ -- < . -.; ,,

They are not an experiment..
Sold byv all dealers. 10V5 See /j
An nual t res tor thoeas~ig. -,:'
t .- S, D. M. FEREY & Co., 6
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Tuesday, 8:30 p. m.
Wednesday. 4:00 p. m.
Wednesday, 2.. .1p. m
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lMondiay, 6:00 p. m.
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Wedlesday,110:00 a. m
'u['rlusjday, 6:00 a. in.
IThursday, 12:00 noon.
A aouday,6:00 a. im.

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iday. 10:00 a. mn .iday, 4:00 a
" =)~.i '(~ ~): l .|' tFv(lay, 4:00 a.
I -,("n te Foiday, 11:30 p.

'en.-acola to St. Audro vaund 1:1lilvilie, $5.00.
Peunsacola to Alaiachuico(ia and Clr'i'aboll,', 87.5(t).
St. A ndlrw and ll ill vil1e to i'aiachiuola, .$i5.00.
'ensaeola to >1oblQ, .',
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Litip ry lVI).ulld eslpoiise
piled I by M r. Allanil.
g a.gila'led' with.ble
-fite di!eniitan, andl tire
t leC i, livti iJ' say tJtiat,
w ill 11,;t b,:iar tlio test ot
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/7 \8cci, v to the Bklul)

r) 0~lr ',t rltnlu~lel uu~~l l b'- t ~(.
W~ eho .titl M i'I

t- '4-. .L -4

Tlhurs '%day, August 10, 19056.


l' uga'-, 1?l, lr '[Tea, -
.raiIn -''.,I ..... lie N o ....... 5
CoofLee.A. .... 5 (;ruiipowder '. 4r
ft b own .. ... 5 inc ', Ja .
oIl'ce, Cond lumilk, ,' can
Green... 1, 2' Unswueen'o. 10
Arluc'kl',1b 12-l5 Swcctened .... 1(
*'inger sruaps 31b25 Oaking powder
Jr:ckersod I 10 loyal ...... i.
rolb-wco, plug 'iOaG0 Campl)ll ... 1
q.6is'i 's Canned fruit
I '..lcni .. -. Peaches..... i
aic. es -iis ... .

Di -', e.'i?.o .,- : :1 - I t . . . -2
S- ri .... ie ...10-
/" l)r,,l. .Syrnu ..50 :rutnicd 31eats
.. ,,. ... .. 15 Iloast Beef.. 12 i.
l .lL' .. .Corned Beef. 12'-
S Obippt f1 1)-2)
".8thttte *. ; .. -35.a 'Loiste r. ..... 1- '
'Ol, margerine-. S 'S. al. oin. ". 10C, ) 15
.. 10 Canned Vogetable.s
S t s "... ....... 5 Baked Beans... I
cuanut Pki g ... i Corn ....... 10 15
J:ell'. : l!5 lutarl'.i,' Pens.......... ]0
'l lme j Juicer!..-. 4 l'i.1 .'Yra ....
i ?.tgg per doz... 15
SP r ,k

a' '25 con S ide&. .32i
Obelisk .... .. 7'. a "i .
Covr Meal Pr"ho 10-CO Fresh *.. i -liii
-mat. Meit l'pr I V ) .. 5
Corn, pea-h .'l5man5 lirmn c~niv's'd I5 '
S Pa 'I)aloesShoulder.. .. I
pli-iosP... -1 40(lSet
Iari sli .... .e e 1 Corned......
ga.Erly RoeJ Hec-t.(UCd Lc... :
Sweet -.... 1;. F resh11.. ........8
IQ,-pr u lt ackI ;.3" i ied ....... ..
IMile - -.-'-5 Milk pr qI .... 10

Nj ails, o~r lhnI'i r5 A.Wit th handle. 75
ait v W it.1100"; ii' r a
(fi)!nc:P )!Lilt, ca i i

I ~Orr(,- .hmi'2 l ta'.is .e iii gad. hO 5'~.
V kA 0 0 g it 1 .5 5 Qll.... 5;ll 6
uIiIre, pua ~t 18i

d) (.01 ) ..... AR
t'tiit4 p.' yd -9 Sair read l PhIr'i'1(.

j I s A N Ef) 13, 'S `
Ay Pis 0 w K .75031l-ci'
VA-ii I L I5icle .... I D
NI" mdi ma ....... 799 itule pr erA.- ...
F Ru al t, n a N-.H. 1-5
pt doz.n 4-.w 'r Is Pr ii1.....1 0
-j~l . ...1. 5 ric Pr "'lfl i.....1..... I

T it I, V 1, s'TOG"N
l:iop Sisa *....76f11()) 1r! ()ULtuC pr) bit . .. \.
Ii'tt~'I'nai1 N i'

NI I,-- topl'o~rc
a-~gspf- d 6 1..45 eaS~'li..
A 11 Pla eUD .... 15 W tt -- '2. .

rI1iji~ 'A~l .ir' ,* f.... i
kI h i: ''i. I I'S .~:
a." 11III. 'ii~ '-V oh 'iual u'- i .' .

'IRa,'l....... . 1')l~ryl l~l.t t~t
i mi iia)p* It.. Ii 1'omia~l 1r IrO i a

it~ ~~1 00t (ni id4(t
FaUc"n '.- -..iA
4;,... 1000)
Ajelirc litlce Viall 14.00 ,
51p ," 10.0))
-D iall' iatIII rer' .
oiaiatt 11 "410111,1 2.501
S ,&:, 4 -) t

H nc rl, I) ,... I I(.0
Face ,' ... 12.110
Sap .. 10. 1o
Cli o yards,
2xli6 in. Cui ...$1:1.01
i ni:'inii ti n l a-
ber,d $12riCl 5.0(
[ci d lu er,
d ;ecd . 20

HI-ow's llThis .
We oi'er One 1lui c d'd I'iars a ar 'd
for any case of' Cutarri tiha. ca:innt be
cared iby Hall's tdatarlr Cure.
F. J. CiI EN E Y& CO 'r., ProPi., Toledo,0O.
We the undersigned, have known l. J.
Chency for tie last 15 years, and believe
S'nim B t .r '. -y -he.:. ,. . b sine, s

oWet a& SlTraui, ho'.i L
''i l tdo, a.
W\'al'Qhi Ii',ui na & Marvin,
WholI-sale D)i,.. -;.- -Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
acting directly upo:i tlihoe blood a-d mnu-
cous surfaces of the system. ['rice, i.,
per ibitlc. Sold by all druggists,
S Take dall's Family I'ills for conrstipa-
An Unpromising Field.
SMr. Ylp-.ley was just on the point of
leaving his house for his place of busl-
.' 'i eSt downtown 'when there came a
i. ring at the front door bell. He opened
: the door. A c;nvais-r stood outside.
S "I beg, your pardon," said the can-
vasser, "but I'd like to show you a
sample of our improved talking ma-
"I : 'I think I don't care to see it," re-
plied Mr. Yipsley.
"You are not interested In talking
machines perhaps?" ventured the
"I can't say that, elther; but I have
one already. Talks all day long. Nev-
er needs winding up. Never runs down."
At this morlent a high pitched voice
from somebody at the top of the stair-
way broke into the conversation,
"It Isn't so!" c':.l'il.,-.1 the person
with the high pitch'id voice. "It isn't
so! But I'"e got a growling mnac"lne
that runs whenever it's in the house!"

Willisg to Compromise.

-"... A HAND.
- i- ; '* A rfo':!l: :l

ing witit a brand new tcac:lr, "'i, ': c; ru d v ith
F S. H .lir ..iu 6otham i, thi e ji i i- i
n .': ; ,-; ... t Do : l g the
est man in town over the little ran- wolf frorm i .,
ger daughter who is came to gladden LenPd a I:iand to l)ose whose lives are
their hearts and home. Mot-her and n r-ow ad cra-~, '-i
Lend a haud to the boy struggling
child are doing well. bravely to culture his mind.
O. C. Tonipkins iQ on the sick list. Lend a hand to the -.u:i-n people
E. \V, T'ompkins is trying to run wwhose Lt:ea are cold and repcling.
M ., ~ ud a !hi;i-o'( t' Xih hhise s ir-
his mill. Go it old buy; if you can- iit r is -
moun n. -enre ri".ul'-y r -"(iF thi'm
not run the minl], let the mii run ilo down.
itbelt ,' end 5!innli ci t e r : ,.!,.I : r..I
[Tnl' lIre is Cs p"',(:;h'.i'i .,. 8, .. .., L,.,
Oh, how 1 wi.sh I conild sit down ,apredigai ir n-"..
upon the c.iinty se a at 'To nilkins. Lend a. hand:i tot e i,. -. '. ',-:i -
Mir. and Mri. 11. Scurlock are re- works. wrs and knov- n .', r

joicing over the arrival of a ten-and-
a-hall;t limUlI boy.
Mis. Blampio ist on tihe sick list.

A Warning to M31thlrm'-.
S Too miucl, care cannot be used hitlh
small c children during the hot weather of
the st l ulmer iro.(ntlis Lo guard against bow-
el troubles. As a rule it is oniy necessary
o (o give tlhe child a dose ot castor oil to
correct any, disorder of the bowels. )Do
n ot ,1 ary suis iiiteu butg_-i:e tihe old-
nasliionied castor oil, .i.d and seo that it
is fresli, ,-s rancid oil' nauso:-t es and has a
tendency to griuc. If this does not check
the bowels .give Cihamul erlai.n's Colic,
c;i:uleru -ai.d liairholioca HeRieidy ;and tli n
a dose of cr;-ster ivil, antd iie disease may
be checked i in its i;.'cr ii 'y a' nd all dan-
ger avoiLed. Ti:e ca tor oil nd this rem-
edy shouull be l;irccur.:d at once and kept
ready f, u i;i:ta ,t nI. as soon as tie first
indication of! any huowe! troulle appears.
Tkis :s :i e i: o:.t successful treaLn'cnt
knlurii and may be relied ui)hni with ium-
piic.t con:iilud nce cve in ci;as s of cholera
ioltitummtii. For sale by L. Ware, St.
\;ndrew and i:dayhead and all medicine


ain en n i. '
isnl ii- ill 2 a io' 4 ,ni

I;lc ," Vi- : in c;1:d T.. ''
hi lm!-' l;:n1 vLr ; ^ ':
e':l; ;E" *,f i; ;"t !of1.E b(' l; "l!': '**e i:',

"I'v' ,eot n n'.w I.ri ,'r.' :'; c;' iJc l .;;
oin! t ";' .;]' ho. tiot o 1 t!i

'"olm-i ." i ;a :.- frhi iend. "1 at e
the cli"at- '..- "
"Dumo, rpli-d t" e T;'Jesp in ( -
-tully- "buti lt's ,,isini!y. g-ret. tIf y:o-
do 't ballet m r ,e Jlnt I. t..t ." Ant"'
his f' .dl (('e.' 0.i,to "i;'ft"' tlhe -
rI(;t- i. i,^ .i .i`m!;rk.ln.s as he hu1 nildc.
Ii .1' :. nt I it m!i -; v. et. l i.;i rt mi ha
I" -f :. ,- .1 :* *' .' t r l )idipoY -

he. o L .ril e nwn TX tm it ,'i fallh r .'
h.e s. hored ', '.'l, o dI the, fact that ls.

(-"'Tlis n"- l '! m'<' well iaid
"hi'it" Vi:'ll. b tt '' i'ff-'rd thf, phImy
r 'io.o)ro'. :ity to do .n'yti;ig eas-

S"heVi-n .. r::i:er. .e out the parts
, r.., i''e fi,'! poro.! )i tliti'm' t ''n s .n., roil of im an1
s-c' 2- t th tn ti x.s :ti' i iv, t-i '. or aio l a ,in
w .. i i : ; ;:- L .:.t ti:' in rt :.. .-
in t ic <: ;.,: :, ; ';;:c.i i ". t eir no- e..
i* 5 t ) ;!0 i;:i -i ."i.' I-, m r,'.,i.i;' ,itl' l r.OS On e
,',* ,.:t f : ; -a." u t

;', i hlib 1. ;(M~ Kate Clax"
n'- -' i s'i It '. r o. i rtom- in in-
't-- 'a ,* 1 -, '.x'5 -4 .m: n o verL l

.t t'" -::1 .'1 i u' thi' "z.o' -i, t: ..I
iO'w" t' "-.:' ,' a. -,:;:;;cs L. l.crd in Iik r-

A O,-n ? :.;- (-( :Tai; 0onS.
,.ikntiOr irn!i;' 't':"--oi v'p,:ir y ha;.y s i mT wei
:;'. u ;.;.;A;;i: su, but he a?;.i ihe Clro -
I't,';, '-.:on't lm:me a'iythim' .. Soniror Pairt-

e ry d, ou'e i i eil '.
I el o-p'..n.. a ht- tm hnrt tshe


If you haven't aregular, 1.. wi-y-i,',-ur-nt n'the
violent physic or pill poison, is dangerous. The
smoothest, easiest, most perfect way of keeping
tle bowels clear and clean in to take

CAT IH mrRT '6

Pleasant, Palatable, Peotent, Tast Good, Do
Good, Nover Sicken, Weaken orGripe; 10, 25 and
60 counts per box. Write for free sample, and book-
let on health. Address 433
Sterlinn Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.


1 WARE & SON,-
Dealers in and Agents for the
Sale of
BReal Estate.

' ixs. I'aid au'l Rellts Collected

recreatio anU r1st.
Lend a hand---n open I. '.
hand, a stroiarj h! ndrl, ;Ia 'i : . . I
a hand lill with mer., ',.! i [ :'-i .-
Silver Crois,

"Good. gra" ous- .. c. l-0<.j'.' 41 ;!,
,sac.. s.I)l(l think ''
ed to miisquerado as Sp .., : : 1'"
'Weitl refiiled. tih rI .r I '
make ni( f'cel r,..Ii.,' sh I.';!'."- C'.
olie Standilrd aand Ti e:s.

"Pa, what is an 'i ',. i,.''t" "
"One' that the n -wspO ....' Ila'.ou';
yet got hold of and wor I t '. IL.'
-Cleveland Leader.

"No fool Vwas er-er s;, f ..i-t but
some one thought him cie\ .-."
---- I


as Medicine

ITheir Wonderful Effect
on the Liver, Stomach,
Bowels, lidrneys
and Blood.
Lemons are largely used by The
C,.'z!e7 L emon Elixir Company, in
Scompounding their Lemon Elixir,
a pleasant Lemon Laxative and
Tonic-a substitute for all Cathartic
and Liver Pills. Lemon Elixir posi-
tively cures all Biliousness, Consti-
pation, Indigestion or Dyspepsia,
Headache, Malaria, Kidney Disease,"
Dizziness, Colds, Loss of Appetite,
Fevers, Chills, Blotches, Pimples,
all Impurities of the Blood, Pain in
the Chest or Back, and ,all other dis-
eases caused by a disordered liver
and kidneys, the first Great
Cause of all Fatdl Diseases.
IWOMJEN, for all Female Irreg-
ularities, will find LemoAn Elixir
a pleasant aud- thorougtr.y reliable
remedy, without the least dangerof
possible harm to them in ay condi-
tion peculiar to themselves. 50o
and $i.oo per bottle-at

"One ODose Convinces."

Whierein Coffee Is Peculiar.
Probably every one who has noticed
the grco'c an;l roasted coffee sitting to-
tf':h"r inL s:;eh in the dealer's store-
Shi the difference in
S le b.: It i,3 n i''l
,.f ,..;:,-- tA t in re.'it;: 2 \7C'iAQ it
, -,-. i .i., l', ;-" a' y 1,t it gain
''i '.i ..... ti.e r: e'. -ish brown. stage
:'.;- 1:: of -w..';ht :1 s been aboUt 15
.,r ,:it ;l tihe g:u l ii i b'l' a oiut
.J; .t t5:0- an.nut brown, 20 nd 50
" I t ,.ci k'',r-'i-y and,, if carried
r -: g h*i'':" : b'owm-v xii. 2 a d Ci). It is ill
.I.. os:-.: tit 'the va!uiti oil to
,-tiich tihe ::.' 'i aroma i due is
:T'v" op, : as; it i- not r-.''set in the
, ', I i;,-.rr 'i. If the roasting is carried
,0) f:;r- -JIyo d al :: ":.' b-'"wn --t tie
ol! ;; i lh;. int ed hT'):keper properly
.omi'l;.ins t t the coffee has beau
ra^Li-ed to dNath,

!:?i'o v,,'dL Le ;i.:. butcrmi!5k Bold
if p*-'c,!;ie only '':*;y,* th,> /:o-od qualities
.)f thie dr'i:. T'I is nothing in the
ine Of :,ii>,te di'ii.kls wvhicih -exreises a
nore -'. I iuic"ce on the ge ier-
a hlth. It is ::t once food and rndi-
..." 'i:!, ].!. i"-i-t acid it contains acted

r -


Ii n-s.. m

i.rC- t

Z 3 m,'-'- tMe

ta i

ii 'fl lr't~t~ai~'ric r~

[ i'imm. ns, whole ih: iai ier1- guests
for two or three weltks, leit for then
home Friday murniig, vii Bayhead
t- l, -
and Chipley. '.,ho e tro ladies,
bravinig the warning, of their friends
.at the north that, sometbhig dreadful
would happen to tlreli if they visited
Florida in the heart, the iesummer,
came, conl.pleted titeir yi.iL andtl de-
parted mu apIal,al i t 'a l'd health and
." |IIMt aIll i uo. l la M e ghtel l w ill, i
! lii. l v -, i anit fy n ,i h rt a I I
!,?I'_ ti l, i .,vH c ,III ic, U f g t l ;l ,,_i,: l},,, I.I
.n.,l ,xa%,a i ail ,1 h L will IrA Ii ne..
.l 1 l v % .en we get a tllr hat,, th-t i
is t..t mala kel'y tl ia.h Irs. M urler u ,ll
pnijacla e- a .' cl], i .eeiAir n tinu aI uin l.- I
iheri ll a n eleg,>lr. lit 1I ,.l HI
mAke thiz, h eiI t [1li'-t l,.ll

'l 'u i \ i!l i i t er.

;Ar ,/hati-,nei a 'jlrP letan., but
,ecc,,tl\ at a I LigP4 i r i "i

gtA'i flent i' ~ ome tinI
Ivc I NT kR tt C j e I I I a I I ~I
A', moil t Thra t
the~~~ owa i.~q~~ i rvretaia
at i~nt uuatl Ihe" 'iv fevt'a am N''e.-

t ojL.- XVirk facalna vCa-i nibu,us
ii selc'ti ll fut ie NiJ~oxv Y0ik tLift-
-raceCrI, ieitl StL. A ,riw
i't 11! 0 7.1n I11Aas. in i ai.-doing iiiap

-A'.1h IIAO ill 113 1 10je t L'i fiiN C.-Ill

ni ll t Il% [loll( 1 t(. I-a k ... tI'I.'

state ce'ssus for W'ashington county,
is canva.,aifg thle St. Andrewv pre-
cinct this week, -
S. A. Cook anl fonliily of Clhipley
are donliciled in F. It. Sheppard's
house on the Bay front between Lo.
raine and Wyomiing avenues.

hA li!ile forethought ml:ay sav\' viol no
end of trouble. Auiyine w4i mkcs it a
rune to keep, Cl Uii, ,im '" Colic, Cholera
anl :Diar)i rt ,ea RP-,i,.d .-at t i'andi knows
this to lie a fact. F.,r il A, L M. Ware,
St. Andrew and B. ~ Ilte i Bd Il: medicine

-- -- .;

deaf per. :' '- ': g .
an old -:-.-0. In lE. ......
the trans .tla:;rl,-i ;l is 7;
was f i :.: ,-. c" lt.- .,. ..
class of .ipaf 'u,.e. ;', -. I ,.
,yenrs ago,. 0a'1. cl.d i t '.t. :.
roii p; "a ire. I oie';' ',
to lie onu t '. k t .' ..
heave- tlqt:,- .- Ir. =Jc:
'"Thni' ..n o sa y;J.-
know. A li;rie l. i L:' i'
tat the st:r.na!ch .,,
controlled Ib. t;]..)"t1`,I0'1 il-at'
', '." pers.,',s a' i.. hlii r.l'. tIj
the nric--,,.: t.t ,l oi',l~e raI;:,B
motion o :: -. :.i- e t s.
"The '--..!r':eit ., -m:t. A iit}. n bl ll
of cotton \- :'- ..i_.. ai ir hl i a Iu;;hl' '
the heari-,: ;i r ,y' i:y hp ,sur-
goons sin ... It 1i 4 l I r'eij t o t I' w;o
dread an:. :r :,f a s "-oy'n, c;; but.
after all, t1h b.st iy tm') is to 'feed
the fishe.," ;,n .'t overl."--Phlladel-

;JS Ui ES 0F- F0 |uNITIE:;,
___ I!--`- u N E _.

Do You Want tf' Sell: Your
Business? We ean 'ell .v iii'ni ;It. .
no i.atter ,where it is located. 'ihis is
the agg of specialists. *We arfe the only
exclusive batsiness brokers in tli,, coun-,
try. We have buyers. What t,.ave you
to oifer? We bring buyer' andsoellcrto-
g-ctilr' anci mauc quick sales.
Robt, M. -Eurich & Co., Inc.,
Pittsburg, Pa.
Buy Au Estalblishd JL "siness,
and secure for yourself a stoady income;
business is the old fashioned, ti!u.-' filedd
method of gettiP" rich. Don't monkey
with "get rich q'.iih-l" c.hetimes: we are
tli,. .;l ,:. .... u '-iv, **bu.ii e f ,lir'o.,-'a"
i I ',-, itti i. alid oal place ) 11a m i an
e-.'.,ll!r h,.,l. . .).il-payi' ,; bx li li.- ), ih.,
nP:: t.r \t ivi*r .:,'i n wihlto locate. WVr.il
t il., 0. : .l !. i i lknoo v.- hAl you %%ant
I .,in-rt .M Eurichl Co., Inc.,
Pittsbu'gr. Pa.

For YOUNG LADIES, Roanoke. Va.
[, h- S ..I.I. l, ,'1 1.'>. <) 11 e o1 loif 1 .'lo -
'_ -., 1,.- ..I- i, i Y oung i Ladh..- in tlie
,,,,n !h >,: v |., n I r,%. hii1ufs a ,. -ii -

Sir, ', I : ',- ,i l : llu 1b f 1 'il lI.. 1' iii ..,1

,. h .t. nn a ] -r .. -
i ,, ,...l C. ,,_, Cl.; d.in ..,,t \. ,i =-
tn ), 'r 10 --I..-, .'-
, I, I s p disr 's ., ,
\i '. ;'L Il': r 1 8i. l -' I'-f^ rc id.- '. t,.
K ..i. i....... n i, .

~CI~Z~t~i^r. P KER'S
S ."" .a .odl 'a i"5. ..- .
.. r to t You t ,,1 t lor.
A ,,. -:

First Farmnner-Will you take 10 for for NOl-HidlIts. -. .j ear '.r,, e ;irl. n do a '3 iF .e W h
.'i- i re tire kw. .a.(irld W bIfLfcy h1ourke anil 4l1C
that cow? t. A dr'V. Fla. Ord er WVhl.ke .('ioneCrmt U1.a i ioa a1 Ih ..
,t A., i. n.w.. l.i. .- -, N4 .. ,!, a rtr,,Ina Whir-k we ur.l i .',.--therh r n.o bd.
Second Farmeur--Can't do it. h-- - .. .'" -'. .. :, . ov'o il n'tw[t.la. t iu li t, r y uknwho.u--thr-i ure oo
204i N----- n !,, .-t whisk-. V v.,iI ri. ,r-. nud v rl ruilxinB.1blFHliu 1 sm'
"But yesterday you told me you'd ?.&T- ,. .1" .. .I r ... 1 w as y .id an r hn
"ell1her for E10." 0, B. KNtE' a- ,- ,j- t; ai.... ,. L r ( 0l'i i
"I know I did, but I'll have to back IfG . l.P .. : ., l. .. ,~ i~i ov rl I, 1 %, 0 i., ,, gi
out Y* "' I 1' r '.''- '' t iv ,' 1 rI .Oli' L* I it
S"What' the matter?" arer and Hair Dress- j :"' '
YOU l ee V- m.Iod Tl 'tr,.,r.. I 1,
"You see, the cow belongs to my i l 1- i,,. .tar i.urFll i. a or I' .Ir -a.'r.' 11
eldest daughter, and she says she will ing Pa r, 0i 1..95-" . V
Cl "lll rc ,!!,&a, I 'hw--1-ti fan O',ne Frilli ,iart F' ain.
It would break her heart." 0C tmorce Ave. East of illov -. .. .. ,, ',i ii....i ia.rL, .. ...
SAll right. It's no sale, then." Of ce, -.. : : ... -.- *...r .i, ,i I .... i,,, ...a
4 n, i k to an d.
S. "I say." .fi l'Evervthini new, neat .. r .... A- .. .. r' -.. a i ,..,r (ita ,Nit. .
clea" -I , .. I . ..r a o",,'t. ,.ii- 4'I.aW m
"Well, what is I t?" L.'-"
"Make it 12 and we'll let her sob."-- Cea and atros giucn the 11 ; THE CASPaO. (nc.)
,: terpool Mercury. courteous aud cafl attention. l T. _aU?;tB I

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cures! Ask your doctor if
he doesn't use it for coughs,
colds, bronchitis, and all
throat and lung troubles.
"I have found that Ayer' Cherry Pectoral
Is the best medicine I can prescribe for bron-
chitis, influenza, coughs, and hard colds."
M. LoDIoMAN, M.D., Ithaca. N. Y.
215.,50c., il.eO. J.O. AYT R CO.,
SAll for Lo s.

Correct any tendency to constipa-
tion with small doses of Ayer's Pills.
TIhe TissAe io Ciharge.
At the taking of Moscow while the
oopss sat in their saddles under a mur-
:erous fire .MiurNt. Napoleou's das'un:
.;:'.,f :,:f t..::.-:i -j-.'re t. i ` _i.p ian t,..i to
is n ,t :-etesome horsP ws tr .mbl. Tug
F'uoet laid ti;e reins upon the horn of
'.c saddle, t:;ok hisa n1ot(0clA in o0!W
ard and a pencHl in the olher and IhP
;in to wriho a response. Suddenly <.
-'iol fell and exploded oil tle ground
o.:e by. Tiie horIe ic;Iped in:o the nir
.id swung wildly round. Muraut sir.
! tinlnsferried the pcmcil to the han:i
". at heli the notPb)ook, calined the
,t'a with the other hand and lieho
: -Xt on v'riting his di.-p-tch na t1
)tlhiing hlad Iappened. A shout of ad(
:.:h'at!on wpnt up along the line. Murat
- iVw.that tle cuthlsiiai i aroused by his
*."::..:.; act ihad creratefl a favorable mo
recent for a charge. He gave the order.
and his men swept clear through the
enemy's line.

Public is Aroused.
The public is aroused to a knowledge
of the curative merits of that grcat
medicinal tonic, Electric Bitters, for
sick stomach, liver, and kidneys. Mary
F. Walters, of 546 St. Glair ave., Co-
lumbus; 0., writes: "For several
months, I was given up to die. I had fe-
ver and ague, my nerves were wrecked:
I could rot sleep, and my stomach was
so weak, from useless doctors' drugs,
that I could not eat Soon after begin-
ning to take Electric Bitters, I obtain-
ed relief, and in a short time I was cn-
,tirely cured." Guaranteed at A. H
Brake's store. Price 50c.

V't*ces---lo you n mein to Insinsin
LiMrIt I ;i-I uIl t i .4i. XR!ng tthe tl'ut
Lawycr--C,. uo! You,'are s;1mply mI!in
lug a b'.i :1nd9 statement.-Pearsol'3
Weeky. : -

A It >- I ." of n-it ;il hi.st'i ry'y Vyc,
wns i.. ,.'..' r' !'. :l .re to i1:a li as-
o)it the iriTocri'o:, n .C;e~ tl;:t ith.e .
V "i- oreof tht! e ''- ,as ai cru i '
"'' ^; no :"!.'ucw.s .bo sa til,.s:t- rnl y, '*?.f yey:
..,p (,-ct ..) r" !' : .,, .., .j-

-iUnder e.tio on tf-h."-at Is.8

iHer Friend The *"rii.t Is l'.o'-eW-
..e ltteiv. Th s- Oh,
'tic iso s to tr'iy ie that h" and T:c'kso
S iori'y wret sie fr (aci,"h .ot :hr.


Notic e of Application for Tax Deee i
Under Section 8 of-Chapter 4888
Laws ofh Foloritia.
Notiie is hiercld in aiYli thato Jaconsoli
Shi lard, purchiasessr o dx Certiliae te No.

is uance ofsuCth dancer oificate in v e nl 3,
ioLrfiesl. less saildid crtiertifiateinfice, and
sue in accordance witord law, Said ctaifi-
cate enbraces thee following desciita-d
uraiperty situated in Wavliinit0n county,
Florida, to-wvit: Tc nii of the bwvj of 1ri
of section 16, tp 4n, r. 103%Y 20 acr-is. Thie
said land being assessed at the oste of the
issuance of such cerlificate in 1tei name
on 1'. L. Garfieid. Unless said certificate
shall lie redeemed aecording to law. tax
deed will issue thereou on tile 31st day of
.ugulst, A. ). 1905.
Witness my official signature and seal
[L. s.] this.the 24th day of 'July, A. b.
1905. W. C LOCKFEY,
Clerk Circuit Court,
Washington County, r lorida.
Notice of Application for Tax
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of
Notice-is hereby given that A. T. Brocik,
purchaser of Tlax Coirtificato No. 140, dat-
ed the 6h(i da. of Julf,1 A. i. 1903, has filed
said certificate in my office, and has made
application for titx deed to ,issue in ac-
cordance with law. Said certificate enm-
braces the following described properly
uitucted in Washiii-gton county Floridia.
to-wit: Lot 6, block 26 of the ne0 of sec.
1. tp. 4s, r. 15w. The said land bcig as-
sessed at the date of the issue ce of such
certificate in the name of Unknown. Uln-
less said certificate shall be rcdcemed ac-
cording to law, tax deed will issue theru-
on on tbo 31st day of August, A. n. 11115.
Witness my official signature alid scal
[. i s.1 this the ili day ofu-!i, A D.
1395. Wr. C. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Court,
Wasi'ington Couiity. Fhjrida.

A PIersistent Flg')hter.
Thle m;casurei.m ot' 'Vibc'forcnce In the
ritishl house cf ictolllois for th' abol-
ishing of the Briti,'h slave trade had a
hard tlrtii;-1,. before they flially pre-
vailed. On Feb. 15, 1805, W li'i t -ro.ce
moved "without entering into any ar-
gument" for a bill to abolish tle slave
trade after It limited time and for a
committee to consider its propriety.
lie had been introducing such a bill
almost every year for fifteen years, al-
though his twelve resohliton.s against
the traffic were carried in l17i: without
a division. But year after yoir tic li',l p
ealie to wreck eier n the e h I:.,ritr '
1 r.'- I or the uoc r.onta l ',,i''"i' ('ii 'o.
Mi ]7'! bOr a,.ei o .yr',( of ,l.wit-|

1805, but Ii'ally t~"mI.ph.d in I...

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Dlrgs, Meicifles F any ,T i Ar

I Handle no Quack Nostrums.

DR,J J J KESTER, VM, D, Drusrlist.


In Effect April 14, C1D01
No 4 N o, 2 N', No. 1
12:35 n n 11:05 p.m. Leave Penzacolat, Ari't. e 5:00 a.m. 4:00 n.m

2:22 p. in
:22 '
8:25 "

1:1 S r--)
7: 30

lomaLon, LLcavu 2:;:l a in 2:3
' M ibio e, "I J....o n' 1:25 "
" Now Olcans. "." p.m. 9:30 a m.

No. 2 No. 4
1:05 p.mni. '12:;5 p. m. Leave P'cn,-a x(lda
6:15 a.ni. 6:30 Arrive MontliCin1iv
11:59 9:12 .** Birui~nhan
2:30 :50 a.m Loui.ville
7:20 11:59 C;icinnatli
7:20 p.m 1:30 p.m. St. Louis

No. 1 No. 3
Arrive 4 .00 p.mit-. 5:00ta.m.
Lerfav 1 1:15 a.mIm. !)::.5 p.m.
8:33 '' 4:05 I
9:15 p.m. 2:45 a.m
6:00 l' i]5 .m.
4:1 (' :., '

No. 2 No. 2 No. 22
Daily. DDaly. iaily. Daily.
11:55p.m. 7:00 a in. Lv P'n.iia a. A r 10:50 p). in. 6:30 p. in
12:15 u't 7:13 ;ol mi ia. 10:'7 6:06 "
12:20 '' 7:1<> Ynict tra. 1i-:. 6:01 "
12:23 7:1S Eca ia. :.2 5:,7 '
12:35 7:25 Mlt 10:2, 5:1, '5
12:39 '" 7:2S I, lh'ir 1:21 s i; "
12'50 7:35 (C a (I 10:15 .:27 "
12:58 7:39 Milton 1 :10 .'
1:;30 a. in Good Ial i;rgo .... 4:55 "
1:55 S:13 llo, 4:35 "
2:20 8:30 Millinn 9:20 4:11 "
2;33 8:38 (r'cr.sview ::13 4:00 "
3:00 8 :56 '") Dr mLn-d S:5 5 3:34 "
3:23 9:10 Mssy IlH d : ,i' 3:1( '
4:0' :35 DuFuniaik Spri'is 2:18 '2:43 "
4-18 9:14 Argyle 7:4-4 2:31 ,"
4:4C 9.:57 'oi( cc i l.c'o 7:29 2:13 "
5:00 10:10 Wctvitillo 7:17 1:55 *
"..ia,. l,:15 "' Cary vilic 7:12 :49 "
5:33 10::0 ;ouifay 6:55 1:27 "
6:00 10:17 '" Ch it;,-y 1:37 1:04
6:;0 11:07 (ot.t.ol dui c ti:s8 12:38 nn
":00 11:25 Ma.1ranna (i:0i() 12:14 *'
7:40 11:45 Cy'ret'vsi 5:3 11:45 a mi
7:50 1I1.2 Gral)d imii 5:;i2 11:22 "
58 12:u2tn'nn s fs 5::1 S 1:5
8:15 it 12:15 Ar Riviri.luiim tio lcave 51: ,n. l 2'2 a.. mn

Him Title. **'
"If It were customary in this country F'irt ITawv", 1ink '1 old man
to confer titles upon men who go ini fort as f '"'u : i '" Law
literature, wihat should I be?"' l asked t': "r' )' ye it run'' i 1ti family.
conceited journalist of Itisi editor. t t ,;' '":" '" r -'- a r'-
"Baron of Ideas,". was the terse re- ; ':"""'i t o ''-ik will!-
n !, ^.. "Je\ l : }'*; *,:. .

Filial Piety.
Mother--Do you like my new gown,
MilicuntiY Millicent (aged tive, withi
conviction)l-If there is a lady god, you
look just like her in those clothes.---Life.

I5 rim, 1; .' ml i 1:( ~. hr t.''m

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ry Go ods, (Croceries, Provisions,

Boat Stres, Hay Grain iran1 Feeu Stuffs.
We carry at all times a \W ll Soltcted Stock of AMli ilandlis the t. Anir \\ s Ilay trade.
We will Not Be Undersold !


][vI~ i iI e,

M!anufaeiurers of

logli, Dressed nail Di iension a

YelloPinRe LnMlbeO.

Deaers in General Merchandise,

Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and Feed.

The Allanion Liunber GCol any,



R 0 IL G 1{ 0 1RR ESSE I LU MBE R,

SWhether Large 1,r Small. Write for Prices.



HALL'v Hair Renewer
A biph-class prevarxi'p for the In'l Jeen tl hii;' Corr nnd
issy n~djl t fli" dii tiff atd
J:H~Jyr restirm-c. tc tu 1-,n IioI.
E -';arm~;-~~;~r. .,;~-t~~-LP

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S",ier M L Ca 0 .pss
.11 -.a -" c B
ci .n' '. i
Don't tr cheap co,;;gl m.Ji-
cines. et the best, Ayer'si i i
Cherry Pectoral. What a I
record it has, sixty years of l


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Notice ot A p1 location foi THx i)D e I
Undor Section 8 of Chapter 4888
I aws of Florida,.
Notice is hIreliy giveli that (1. B
Thompson, purchaser of Tax Cort.ficate
No 89!. ditled the 6th day v f ,July, A. 1)..
1:i ;, has filed said certificate in my oflic:e.
.aid has made app'ioation for a tax deed
to issue in accordance with law. Said
certificate embraces the following de-
scribed property i it,&ateid in Washingiton
county, 'lorida, to-wit: The swk of the
nwi iand tie nw of the swf1t and thel el1
of tho swj;/ of section 18, tp. J:i, r. 13w.
Tlie said land being assssesd at the date
f the ls uance of snch certificate in the
name of Joshua Mondge. -Unless said cc'-
tificato shall be redeemed accor ing to
law tax deed will iPsiie thereon on the
31st day of August, A. n.. 1905.
Witness my official signature alnd seal
t hi. s ] this the 2!91h di of .Julv, A u.,
l9h1>. 'W. C. OCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Court,
Wat-hiiigloi (County, Florida.
... ------- - ---- -
Juno 26, 190().
Notice i.4 hi'retly give: lthat the fullow-
iiig-niiaiu d ectl Her hliai filcd notice ol !,is
intcnt.ioin to ake :iiiilutatioll i)ioo in
;itipport of his claiil, and that .ai will Ie made Iefore the Clerk of the Cir-
itit Cour t it, Vernon, Fla. on A ugliit )19,
W1LLIS 11. LASSA ITE of Ecoifina,
lid 3357i, for the iiw14 of sec. 14, tp. Is,
r. 14w.
He u:nismc lihe following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
Sam Louis, Calvin Midget, Sam Bray-
hoy and D ive llobl)v, all of E o0ifinn,
Fia W. G. RoHiNsos, Register.
KA'Editor's fee paid.
June 26, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that.the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make, commutation
proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before clerk of
'the circuit court at Vernon, Fla., on
August 19, 1905, viz:
DAVID HOBBY of Econina, Fla.,
Hd 33591-for the uwi of soc. 13, t!. Is,
r. 14w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Peter Hobby, George Barber, Erwin
Easters and Clarence IIagins all of
Econfina, Fla.
W, G.ROBINSON, Rsgister.
QlP editor's fee paid.

Th lGreat

Health Urilk.

The Drink of the Trop-

A Syrup Dispensed at
All Soda Fountains.
METTO i1s ui1alo -ml1 the rilpe berries
of the babal Sarrulata or Saw VAal-
met o comb(liildo with aromiatics
tnid fruit acids. Tlhere is nothing
in M'1'ETTOi that will har an ain-
fant, but for alli that it will

S'Tl'1:i LAT. 'lIE LIVER.

Mrfg by'

Tropical R Co.
S Jacksonville, Fla.


WTH Dr. King's

-New Discovery
FOR I HouGand ee So&l.Oo
O OLDS Free Trial.
'uet and Qnickest Cure for all

niag arrangenrents wrin ta ew oine very
i4es publications in the ronitriv and for NOTICE FORPIUBLIATIO N.
he present ctn send for a whole year DEI'ARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
Dett-oit Free Press (twice-a-week -July 3, 1905.
and Year rBnlk)....... .. 1 Notiec is hereby given that the fol
Tl Pft-a T. Y. & Citijzeln, dniil*y for ,L' $ lowing named settler has fileil notice (r,
do Semi weeklv, for T 'l her intention to make final proof ii
Soiearifc Am'erica,' .. 3 support of his claim, and that sai(
Farmer ard Fruit Grower" .. 5' proof will he made before the Clerk o!
Florida Agricultirist ... 9 : the Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on
do clu1-of f'S.eaRli" .. 2 "5 August 19, 1905, viz:
Farm'Journal, Plilrd'a, imothly I 1I ALMA DANIELS of Noles, Fla.,
tintciunati Einquiirer twici a week Hd 34296 for the ni of se and ni of swi
8 large prt.ge eahub i0sue..... I 7: of see 28, tp.- n, r. 15w.
AtlamltaConttititioii I 73 He namos the following witnesses t
N. Y. World (tliriri' w- k)... 1.. 70 prove his continuous residence upon,
'The C:oa'nIpol'tali ...... ...- .. 1 7 aid cultivation of said land, viz:
The Uriiterion...... I fO Thomas Brown, William I Varnum,
Fior a.iy '1) ,it1'ce of thi aoh'v. 9 V l.,lica- Frank Carter aud Emanuel Brown, all
tion i) conne:i'tion with the KBUOY, :t, of Nolias, Fla.
ave llv ordrcto IHETBIU^Y. W. G RoBIStNs 1 Rengiter.
* Sti d,1,,,* F!. 4iEditor' (e paid,



,stool watching with severe disap-
proval, they were gone, while the wo-
man, the slow tears welling Into her
tired eyes, turned steadily in the direc-
tion of the nearest ferry.
All through dinner and into the next
day the woman's face haunted Miss
Mallory with a strange persistency.
She could not feel that she had done
wrong.. If ever person looked in need
of help that woman had done so. The
girl was conscious only df a regret for
not having questioned her, tried to
find out something about her that real
assistance might be rendered. But there
had bee n n ir about the stranger,
supplant though she was, which for-
bade intrusion upon her personality.
Lying near the window in the gather-
!ng dusk, Miss 'Mallory let her fancy
wander whither it would, wondering a
little at the odd tangle in her thoughts
which seemed somehow to link this wo-
num to Roland Humason, and then,
looking up, she saw lim coming across
the room to bh.r. For a moment she
stared. incredulous, but his warm
hand clasp was very real.
"The butler told me that I should
find you here," he exclaimed in a glad
voice. "Oh. how good it is to see you
again!" The girl, recovering, drew her
hands away.
"How do you do?" she said, with
chilly civility. The man's expression
"Pardon me," he returned more form-
ally.' "The excitement of being here
must have gone to my head." Miss
Mallory's lip curled.
"There can hardly be much excite-
ment in doing what you could have
done any day in the last three years,"
s.be declared a bit disdainfully. Hum
niison's color deepened.
"No," he said simply, "you are wrong
I have not been in New York. Three
years ago uy father died," he added
in l"ting the surpirisd question in her
eyes. "It cin'0,*"*I all my life. I found
myself wtth my mother andI a widowed
sister to care for, keft with barely a
pittance. It was neccssaury I should
try at least to carry on the old busi-
ness at home. I came to bid you good-
by. and you were out. And what could
I have t;aid? You, beautiful, courted.
the only child of i:n iii;Tilge nt fiater;l
I merely one of I," t'.i ,T y -ev(ii ,ur-
rou,.nided. v-. ATr. :',-4 I dr,'.'' t' r t
you wold fi- m : -u a
tt.ovight? So 1 wv-'tt 'nway, reso!ied to
forget. And thUeu"-

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Smart--Why do you refer to Mrs. Tos-
sem as n hay widow? T art--lecause
ihy is grass with ali the greenness
dried out.-New York Times.

A perverse temper and a discon-
tented. fretful disposition render any
itate of litp unhappy.-Cicero.


As the footman turned to come down
the steps after leaving the cards he
had held Miss Mallory leaned back in
the victoria with it sigh of relief. It
tad been a long, tireome afternoon,
but she had used her last card now,
and, these peopic being fortunately
"out," sihe would go home and forget
her thoughts, for somehow Roland Hiu-
rasonh had been much in her mind late-
jt. StraInge Lth- ,Li.I. tlirel yoersl of
absence the re. .;i-;le h..ln .. Iis clear
dark eyes and c. 11 it f.- ..tui'e.sA should
linger thus vivl.;l1. -Au I gi'iin Miss
Mallory sighed.
Why had he .o ite an dtilde!ily and
sent no word? [..:>)'.kl; 1;' to give the
order for home. rl.t ;rl i .l.l~.nl y tbo-
canle aware of i 'l,.htII n 't:ai lin l g btilt
a few feet aw-i. with anize liuniigrlly
fixed upon herself. As th-ir eyes met
the woman camne l.','1 l',lv\'lwa .o.
"Will you lend iii -,i?" sie ihslkrd ab-
ruptly. Thovo;:.o w.s :.iwent anrd Rwell
modulated, as MIls Mfilloi y ooted
through..!u-_r sILritrise.- t Nor dld the wo-.
man's iappllilelrirnce sucep',t that of a
beggiar. The gIrl lirSr.i-ti.. Sh, had
always be1en cauitai.',-d1 tiLt to- iv\ In
the street. "IiIt-'.rluini.itt pi'.'lii is
the ruin of mi,' . . ',-'i '' l'hr f:t!i's"
dictum. Yet il lt ** 'i h.-'l. a;s a
curious, half wn. 'lI ; ill tie :w.n:inn's
eyeAs, Is tho0 1 ii4 11 'h'. -. PeLdrllr n
some strain alhno:st beyond her strength,
and Miss Mtallory felt lher sympathies
quicken. Roland IIuminson would give
his money. lie never refused to help
a woman even while he laughed at
himself for a credulous simpleton.
Swayed by nn uncomprehended im-
pulse, the girl pulled out a crisp five
dollar bill.
"Take it," she said gently. Into the
tired face opposite leaped a light of
wonder, almost fear; then the tense
lines relaxed.
"Thank you," was the simple re-
sponse. but litss M.allory could feel all
that was compressed into the words.
"I will send it back. You shall see.
But you must give me your name."
More to humor her than from any ex-
pectation of receiving the money, Miss
Mallory glanced into her cardcase. It
was as she thought. Her own cards were
all gone. Hastily pulling out one of her
father's cards, she scribbled her name
and address on the back and held it to-
ward thle woman.
"Here," she said kindly. Then, with
a nod to the expectant footman, who

which she wrote a column called"Hints olr or fi-ve omlces noad Iys.
r J -C'^ for Home Makers." She dined Qt 6, "'his white f -lt hat-it Is worth $25-
revised manuscripts until 10 and cried v"' les than an ounce. Ths new
/ awhile over the bundle of letters before fv'e dollar derly hat weighs four
w going to bed. Now and then she stood ounces. Straw hats run from two to
four ounces in weight.
at the w window, looking out upon the for onces n weight.
hurrying throng and remembering that 'It pays a man to make the weight
i not one person in all thint throng cared n fti '0tt nt on ldrtt l in the
B 'i 5 Ecr iw.ition of headnlche, vind its mjunri-
Three weeks after tbo publication of pro'e,'1to onf headache, ind its injri-
"A Taker of Crumbs" she found lying us on th i reduced to a
on the table in the lover hall an en- m imil."--1 ,iladelph'i Bulletin.
velope without the f nfinf: of a newspa-
Soverdte a 1.141 11Hsintg.
p.-er on it. n The poI .T-e od "nliseingr iappieed to a shipti
York. Sl (h climni d the steps leading T o o. s
to' r t b. 0 Ler br'is all hopte of safely to an iend and
toi i c,!oI to*e ,, e n ker i settle,' the loas of friends ashore and
'irn^ C- w ^ couc(! to rec:( tlt;e Ichrv. "'I :;r Lndy l ,' s
o' Min'e"- toeacs. ite wlat address.cd to her.d of the underwriters, says Mr. Joseph
*1^ k ."Who would have believed that there ('orl:d, writing in tho London Mail.
s. : was so loving a little 'oman in the But the wr overdue only strength
world? May I coll tonight? That's ens the fears already born in many
S' rather soon, I a.dnit. but--well, I am Ihome nuahore and opens the door for
ShE LOI2KLD 'U IE LTE, ENVELOPEI very loly too. Will." Bspecit:on in the market of riLks.
AL ItER tB EA. Anne Stacey got tip and dropped ithl the mmory of the present gun-
Anne Stace d the completely manu- orJtiaee au ina "i sb has never b~len
ine St the completed man- the packet of letters in the Japanese eration a missing ship has never been
script on h Ik and added the note the packet S loced the Jonele known to turn up. ut the name of an
Swestebasket She locked the one let-
Ito a sinaii n! locked in hr bureau t st reeved, envelope and all, in re v l, trembling, as it were,
. Th he sto, forte mr.- her bureau drawer in a place left for on the edge of the fatal heading, has
Snd r iiher oft brown hair i it. been known to appear as "arrived."



By A. M. Davies Ogden

Copyright, 1904. by A. M. Davies Ogden

[L. s thi (iL 24LIth day of' Jluvy, 1X05.
W. (. ILOCKi ;Y
C ti ii( ircuil. Court,i
Va:-;iiiLltoi .oiunityo I.

Notice of Appication for Tax
Uider Section 8 of C( hap r 4S88, Laws of
Fl orhd i -.
No'ice is hereby given that Daniel Wil
iiHun:s, purenhaser of Tax Cortificate No.
37, dated the h61l day of.JlIy, A,_. 1J03,
ias filed sail certificate in ny office, and
has made application for tax deed to is-
sue in accordance with law. Said ccrtifi.
cate embraces the following descriLed
piroper'y situated in Washington county,
Florida, ta-wit: The nwj of the sw of
sec. 4, tp. 3 n, r. 14., 40 acres more or
less. The said land being assessed at the
dAite of the i::.uauice of such ceriificate in
the nianie of Unknown. Unless said cer-
tificate shal! be r'cideeined according to
lanw. tax deed wii issue therIon oil.the
314t day of Aiugus, A. I). 195.
W 6'it :.- my officit! igliature aid .,a!
i. .j tI is the -2ith day of July, A. n,
C'W! i C' tunl! 3ourit
Lf Washigtlo; Cuuity, Florida.



Notice of Application for Tax
Under Sehtion 8 of Chapter 4888 L.iws of
Notice is hereby given that J. N.
Brock,'purehaser of TaxCertificatos Nos.
70't >i'd 172, dated the 6ti day of July, A.
D'. ]9013, hbus fiod a id ceertifitiitos-inl-'niy
once, and, has made apolicaijon for tax
decd to issue in accordance with'-law.:
Sai'd certificate embraces the following
described p:op rty, situated in Washing-
ton county, Florida, to-wit: An acre lot
n of nw corner of B. Young lot section 2,
tp. 4n, r. 16w, 1 acre assessed as prop. of
\ idonia Lenten, anl lot commencing 105
feet s of nw corner of swi o: set and
runlnigi to ai stol at, lw corner of Calvin
(ibson's land; thence w to point of )egin-
iinlg, sw} uof .ci of sec 2, tp 4 II, r 16 w.
The said land being assessed at the date
of the issuaiice'of said certificate in he
name of Edward ih:arter. Unless said
co-tificates shall ie redcciied according
to law, tax deed will issue thereon on lihe
31st d.i of o A'1gust, A. o 19(5.
Wil.ncs? my official signalure acani soetl
i.. s.J (tlis the 22d day of .iulJ A. u.
1905 W.. IOCKHEY.
Cl'erk Cirailt Lourt
of Wahliingtoii County'. ['!orid i .
Notice ot Appllicatioin tor Tax
Undor Stction 8 of Cnaptcr 488S Laws of
Notice is ihereby given that E. F. Tay-
lor, purcllas'r ot 'Tax certificatee .'i 8,
latea the 6th dIay of 'ulv, a. n., 1903, has
tile bRid curtificiate ,1i my office, aind has
nl.-i e i,' pphllc tion f r tax deiud t)> issue in
-c.Ti:r( cO wtit la w. Saiil cr elilifciIte iln-
lt' c's tlie t allowing de~cr iied p propertyy
.siluaited in Washlingtoii c n intly, Florida,
to-wi l Th 'e e1<] of the tn tw and the e1
ot 111it' tW1 of iee. 7, tp. 4n1, ril w i' Ht
,aid i lin Ieige ii.,Aae ss 'd 0, tnli date "i
IIhe i tsuance oft s hli colltiti ate in Ih( ,
i.iirte of Unklllnown. Unl.is said cer'iti
t.ilfe silall b, rcdceni d a ol-cordilng to I Iv,
t, d:<.d wiill is uc tlihereion o tihe 31i-
dayi of Algsit, A. 1. 90 ).
Witness niv oflftiial si'l ature a:td seal
[l.. ] thi. llihe f2 d.ay of J ii.l A D.
1905. W'.( ,(tiK i'Y,
Cltik Circuit Coll,
July 3, 1905,
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowinu named settler has tiled notice of
-.her'intention to make fin-il proof in sull
porrt of lher claim, and that said proof
will h!) Made before the Clerk of t.he
Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on Aug
.19. 1!905, viz:
LAURA A. DANIELS, of Noles, Fla.
Hd 31295 for the si of seo and s of sw}
of ec. 28, tp In. r.15w.
She names the following witnesses t,,
prove her continuous residence upor:
and cultivat ion said land, viz:
Thomas Brown, William I. Varnum.
Frank Carter, and Emanuel Brown, a!
of Noles, Fla.
WV. G. ROBINSON, Register
fl'Editor's fee .paid.

^1-- K DESIGN$
Anyone sending a -1 ke*!lh and deiorlptlon If8
quickly ascertain our opinion free wirett- an
Invention Is probably paitenlable. (',>iml -, i'i-
tlone strictly conrdontial. lInittlb'iol! Oit 'il .
lent free. Oldest agenr y f,.,r .-. ., paTl 'clt.
Patents take llir.hiiiii MF1.' (9C. reuci"-
peeil notice, without charge, in the
Scfentific merican.
A handsomely llIIntraled weekly. largest elr
culation of any scientlfle jounit. I'ermi. $3 a
ear four months, $1. Sold byall newsdealers.
MUNN & Co. 36 oadwa New York
Branch Office. 626 F St. Washington. D. C"

Two Maps-Eaca $1
30)50 ineclia, correctly platted and
Hh-owing all the more important
buildings-is of great value to auy
one contemplating puichasihg prol.
erty in town. It covelu abuit fou r
nmes of coast line, extending ea.st-
ward from Dyer's Poirt to and eill-
rracing Old St. An dretws, with c,'-
responling terlitiiry inlald,. Prie'
Oie Dbil-ar, ait tho BUOY Office.
Showing all the lan-ds disposed of Iby
lthe Cincinnati Company, also locates
Harrieou, Pa-rker, (J1ro-a0tntolo andi
ar tj~csnt country. The p'lt. of thlie
Ste is not shown. bnt by tlhe aid io
this map the approximate loica'ion of
any lot is easily determined. Price
Ous Dollar, a-t the Buoy Office.
Either map will be senrt hby mail to
any address on receipt of the price.

Our Clubbing List.
The BOO1' has made very liberal clul,

!"Y the girl as he paused,
'and their 1er- eyes were hidden,
but there a':note in the soft voice
that Aroull **,-ie t .
"I ouf' that I could not for-
get," said auinu. "Yet what claim
iad I? .\Alla in, yesterday-oh, how
can I thank you properly'i" he broke
off earnestly. "Yelserday--the woman
you t,-'lpfi--she was my sister"-speak-
Ing with steady tone. "Not long ago
her child died, and, half mad from the
loss, she came io the city, resolved to
destroy herself here, where we would
not know of it. But when she reached
New Yprk,.the commonplace, everyday-
aspect of things seemed to calm her
mood, a/td her r.eolution faltered. Yet
she had expendeA whbot money she had,
not even the- price of a ticket home
being left. Determining to put fate to


bac'A "t't -.i' w:fls na pi:iiin ;a ,--s sweet
mm'. hone-'t bt ;i1 fr!px beautiful.
T-o mo:.th> wa;- t:w I!, ~''", the nose too
s :aiL, tie o to bden a ii.:I:'tuT''',llit, h nt not near-
ly c-.lot.; e:on-'le h for that prettiness
wbiftIi is wov'th so mueh more to a wo-
innn. Anne had b)egu told these things
alInopt from the tine that her eldest
brother had been ab!etoo talk, but she
sighed as she crossed her tiny room and
walked into the hallway. A mingled
odor of cabbage-and burned beef as-
cended the stairs with the noise of
many voices. Then the bell rang again,
and Anne went to dinner.
Shle had expected- to make corrections
in her story afterward and to post It
when she went out for her usual car
rido. Instead, she unlocked the drawer,

the test, shL wandered about, seeking took out the packet of letters and be.
i familiar fuac--m sister nilon in thi_ gan reading them. An observant by- p V a i
great lcty( where she iknel\\ no one- stander would have noticed that none pp5 Va ImS
reolved, should-hier pi.l lor hell be of them was enclosed in an envelope. LJbd ,a "-lSi a
refuhled, to put an end to ht-r life. And There was every reason why all should
then she saw you." have been hidden from the prying gaze COMMERCE ST EAST
Frn a in'omer~it te man was sile-nt as in that manner, for they were love let-
a stluddceriSele him ;t the thought oi' ters. Anne had burned the envelopes asWW^J
what mtiight ha happ.'nd. three years before, doing her best to
*Ohl., if ha nfomet met you-f- But avold seeing wiat was wrItten on eacn.
I dare no 1 o f It. 1-1 anre n pDho- Not one of the lot had been addressed i 1
totrnph ofa. bribed your m.ld tor to her. Not one of the lot had been s
It ," be p 9se hamefacedly. "Fromn meant for her. They were the love let- DR. W. G. MITCHEL
having e It e often 3my si't'ftelt ters of another woman.
VaguielEa t at last was a friend, "What's the harm?" Anne had asked Offers Hi.s Professional Services to t
nathbounrse, unwitting why. I.erself when she had adopted them. Surrounding
i ^~^ "Isalo- Je' pLther woman had been arrived the May boe olr t bi. rositlenee on Bhl
ry. -'.gw unrestra eay, ,a.y cf the adoptionn and nofto thl au en-r
lifted'Jr rhor of 'the letters. She was a bright
'('h, the 'ewoman!'" she e-ladir- tittle creature, fluffy from the hems of R A E
el, brokeply, ow glaO d I aml'! H 'her various skirts to the topmost curl
lid I nim Ald is h sfi'f?" ,of iher fair hair, nnd she had kept as A I r Y I
.Quite vafi',' .wasn the thunkfiul an- :nanr ien wrapped around her small-
.r. TU".-a . ,r . lesit tnger as there were rings around '."rr I) CaIvirw W 5
t,,i-, :IUt h'i.., "':'. **.""I " he other seven. An author of.love let- orner of Bayview and Wyom
L,'.!... -. hr. S.," return :in:t inf ters more or less had not meant very Glassw re. Tinw
A yi,.lI ou .m t : ~-.:. t it ',Lnt t,, m h to her. So, when she finally do- l s* ,W
S e,.1 ., hatd sa her -,: .1 t : as if i ,At the hottorm of an extremely dainty T
als'a 1 ti.u S, o. ..ssglWas 1 Jpanpe'we wastebasket which occupied
wrl..n. ,b.2.r?" a 1 t..' ; I .n's voice w:I uat least a twentieth of the floor space 'Ot MealS at All H
..:.i t. f.:y tei-Acr. Tihe gi.i, pw >.}u In the room the girls had tenanted to- il.Io:'.., .1 of (fee, 5 Cts..- 4
aoootk ter h,,ie gether. On top of them the bright lit- Pis d
"1 doi't' -uideriitnd," ese said faint tle creature had piled numberless dance rsh re P s
ly. hafindaso laid a visiting car ii programmes, fans with names scrawl-, I
her hui 'ed cross them and a couple of period-
",Loclk" b .!d t wt as tl:e cr:.d Iup- callss containing verse from the pen oC
on-hii .'., she.lad scibbled her address. the Irrepressible Will. THE COLU i BI A
"Turn it ovt'." as the gi'l 3<'eI"d it( Of the three men Will had been most
wildered. A low cry buro'e froi th'e re,, in earnest. The afternoon of the mar-
lipis. ria'ge he had gone west to work for a Th: ;
", te setamere, whie tle color Chicago newspaper and to forget. The l .IT
l....d up to her. pretty curly lir. "I- latter part of this purpose was set Sil sel lt-;l ,
I :\:as In hua rry. I thought that it was forth beautifully in one of the letters in t uii the
one of father's. I"-- Ter confusion in- the packet. 'lond, an
cr,'oti.d l.iti:ibl.,. But the man's strong A.nne Stacey, who had written "on fy i ft;n .
cla'p:-l:':d again caught the fluttering space" for a living since girlhood and "i:'i an
;iit..,? h:nk. who had never had a sweetheart, had I. .t- i' to, '
"l- J. that if you l d cared I
el-n1 it that f yu hd rescued the bundle from the Japanes '. .nO
enough i.:->'rry a man's card in your wastebasket. She recalled Will as a" \
,.,L. thra.ee yetrs tht you muit line, broad shouldered young fellow i. b -
u, ,. a little fpr the man him- who up to the time that be had ceased ..
l f.'" ,-e aid e:r.ter.l V.'as I wrn. visiting her chum, a few months be-
.I.tLe Are yoiu g'i: to snd fore, had paid no attention whatever to -
awNy a nlr' the large mouthed, small nosed, intel- ;.
The her ve:4 tix(l on the hb.tray- lectual girl who always made a point of
iuir.. lt atehalrd whpre.:,.n It fine having an engagement somewhere with- .
-riptn. ibdwords, "Mr. Ridland 1Iu !n ten minutes of the hour of his ar-
m"Nasn. d \d er ened rival. Anne had never been noticed,
No. he swereid shyly. "lae- and she didn't expect it. She prompt-
pleas V ly forgot being snubbed and remem- -
S- bered only that once Will had pressed .-
i-', 9 her hand, quite, tightly, while he said, .
-R "Little I. tl.ii you understand '- .
0 r, whattl t elri.,, I) kj:..
.( .ie.)l':'T.:ut this, Anne had -adopted --;-- -
the let ie:-. At first she had enjoyed --
MS.n tntem-only.as love letterma--letters which fright to St. Andr'e.'s Pa.v a1)out oil
were real and .which said just what $4.50. But the iE(ti7 pl'opioses to do I
Channing Pollock neshe hadr band. fI nish one of these plo
| I for ever so long. Then, as the deser- I'he p)low may be seen in operation
C( rglht,1904, t4 ChJrinL.o Poll~k tion' of the bright little creature came Order from the BUOY direct,
S- 0 to be realized as an endless desertion
ST sun llped ovr th and as she inade no 1iew friends, those -- --- ..I -- --- -.
Thet sun llpleft ovt r th ting :r. ardent notes had commenced to seem iWa'4-d-~-e,&S.-'R T.-
of th e e th and left h2 r sittin l.- n. X* 4 r, I
eof wu e ry lonely. Actersit her eiy iol'. her very own. Their author was her :---~-
,he %6ti e le"onely. kfter n l.:in..,t "-
she wall d to the winlover. She read them over and over 6V ~ -, .... '
sh14 W a1 l ( to th ie L-!can 6 1 A- t ... ,P I! - I .. Q
'ei'dJng letter for the zifetith ,e, and over, making them more personal : n
warw s rs h ith each reading. For three years .' T . : '":.
'Dear L ao: Mine' was its frst line- she fed her hungry soul with them,
she fed her hungry soul with them, ..'
Dear Lia o' Mine.' and the; bi tempo il dtitt '
Anne r:ey's laggard fingers drop- and then; being telnporarily destitute .- ,......' ;,, I:..rr :
ped from the typewriter keys into h ideas for sto it hd occurred to
'ed -r~om tile;ipewltcr kyher that they were the clew to one
lap, anw she whispered the last words rad naie--a tory of h she a -
of the paragraph to herself almost lov- ready made--a tory of h she ws ,, .
ingly. The story was too nearly fin- t, The er of Crumb s duly n I' : .
shed to be written all over again, and I"h Taker of Crumbs" wa s duly fine
shed that very night and dispatched to J ..i. ".
yet that was the very. phrase which the mail box in charge of the young -
openedpo the note l myng at her !e. woman in the room adjoining, who waus i:
To epitomize the romance of her own -n o. t buy e cre m. n ,
life was one thing, she thought; to use going out to buy ice cream. knne i,,. -
its iangutage was another. For anin- thought about It a great dead in tlhe ..
its antsue was di sted at the reolle- days that followed. A dozen times she .. ,., .,V ..... r .
stant.she wasdisgustedat the recoll- would have given the world to have .- .. .
tion that she had intended to offer any ..... on u t.. '. --
part of the little history for sale, and hatd it back, f only long ter ogh tohe 'IA .I.... i' ;... l.
she was abofit to tear the page from have substituted fanciful terms for th
the wachi -Then ctame the reaction, ones she had taken from the letters. So0ld a1,t. Anirenss Bay, ,l'
the machineThen came the reaction "Dear Lady o' Mine!" Twice at night A ..,c,'S D.T, Sire.
She remembered how many empty she dreamed that Will had come out ~ C'ai o for c sanutoe.
hours she had spent in an attempt to
force somethingqt .Ui.,y imaginary from of the west to rebuke her for stealing
her brain. She Lnew the story she had his love words and to take the packet r'y ,a !
lived and written wa an interesting out of her keeping. At the end of a
story andb hat she could dispose of it. month she got a cheek from the maga- We offer for sale a strip from the
After anbile the tire d fingers returned zine to which the manuscript had been south side of the north half of the
listlessr awhl the y irand tfin e sentence sent, and after that she merely waited r.orthwes5t quarter of section 10, town-
in htr mind staggered across the n bile for the appearance of the story in ohi 4 scth, rhoune 1to Waest, running
sheet before her. type. When it did appear, illustrated aoinim the school hou tohe Wsouth Will b
The end of he proceion had b-..e with a picture of a very tall girl hold- s'id in ai- quarter, or. half-acre lots.
reached who the dinner bell rd ug ing two extremely long arms toward an 'The ~ ri.e ased wv! !, a.-cording to
.. astonishingly low door in the middle locat on. WV. A. EMMONS & CO.
i distance, she was surprised that no one -.-... ___ ...__.____- -
/f seeined to take the least notice of the .
-m t& .e tle .. The Weig'ht of tlattu
.,- --/ .Anne went back to her work and "What do you suppose this hat
*-r" wrote other stories. By grace of these ..ei. *sid .t btter, taking up a
w t h ts//g/s//s and a kindly providence she was able fine eght doiltr top hat of silk.
/ '-^' to pay $7 to her landlady regularly on About a u.nd," tLe patron hazard-
I -/ "-./ -I Saturday evening and to take three ',..
car rides a week. Every Wednesday "Oiv:- a-littie over a quarter of a
morning she walked uptown and drew io',d- tfe ounces, to be pre-ie. No
a little money from a newspaper for 'i-t." said the hatter. "runs over



M,~~ "^ E3 .1P x T s

Leads in Low Prices and Good-

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

Pays the Highest Price for Green Salted ALIGATOR HIDES.

M Ws -- -

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iralteed Puriyy.

he Citizens of St. Andrews and
na Vista avenue.at iiighit.: V ..


ing: Avenues on Bay Front.
re and Notions!
ore, choice to tihe RA C K E
a and get.

lours of the Dav.
Cup of Tea, 5 C5ts.. liililllliHnn .lh

Cakes, Specialties
1. (o)DARD, Proprietor.


ti:e Ilatest ani(I most complete
Sfo(r workingI plants in the garden. it
.ist-l1leo; the weight the block to '
Sblado is attached keeps it in the
d the depth of plowing is regulated
the bandles. A boy or girl of ten
anidle it v, ith perfect ease. It has a
l witi'el, the height of which makes
ight of draft. It has five blades; I i9
io(d, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweepor weeding
1 a bull-Lonague, 5 a rake. Wreuich
ach plow. .
We have made arrangements by,
wnich we can furnish this plow at
the factory price, $3.75, with-



"a. "'-iV ./ ,

':.;r, nm':inl he pii.w, d(,lirvero,l
better than this and willseid the Bn ey
w's complete at the factlor3 for $4.5(()
at the editor's residence at any time


Notice of A ;jIic;tioll for T'lax
.ir S.cctioin of Cliaplter 488 Laws of
Nol'.i e is ic:-lq I given that J. C..
:.l.v' pii ,:'.ser of' Tax Certificate.
~o . o, u id thie IO6h day of' J Oly,a. D.
:::;A). his itld itiU eierltitiClte iu lily office,
11"i i t.s iNi! ; I e!ication fur tax deed toi
e ,i!. ,L(:'co di,iio.e with law. Said cer-
:;c:ie tuilacei s i he following described
'.opi lly s'! uatcd in a\V s iiigton county,
;oi i;A itu-. It,: Los 1 13 andt 14 block
i. '. -I;, p) ;.i, 1.r 15 Thie said
I; M_'d Ib;::i asses. ed at tlie diio of the is-
iTi;(ic'e oI' such C'i iificai e in thlie I;llo Of
L !! i Unless ,a:id certiiicile l hall
i): !.!.'d n l c ,lcc,.r.;it: g to law. tax deed
S,!!i iss;iue hi-i eon o ihe 31st day of Au-
Wl.; .Y, t . I. ..ji
V i-'lnoss lily oilicial sig'.atiire and seat
.LL. S.i this t,e 2-t11h day of July, A.]).
1U05. \V t. LOUKEY,
Clerk Circuit Court
of Washington County, Florida.
Noulic ot Applicatiou lor Tiax
Under Section 8, Chapter 4888 Laws of
.L ,rida.
Notice is hereby giv: that J. A.-M4- --, M-
l i.bei n. ,.1.. er oi"l'ax Cei ificate. '*,} .oi
9Li.(,iteld (tie 6(it d:ty of J'uly, A. u: i903,
i! s tile:d 'cad ceriihcate il nily office, a; d .'
ihais ia'de a plivc lion for. ti.x J d l0 ,1-
sue n ;i./coi danteii with I., .Satid'eern -Is r "'
cafie cinlirr- ies ilie f h.llo inig dv~cri.i ced
properly situated in Washi' t nii county,
p'loiiid to-wit: One hundred (100') cre 'iS -
in the so corner of Lthe se 4 of ->.'',tlonii 2, A..,
tp..a, r 14w. ''Thie said land being stSso5ss-
i il. at he i;at of (bthe issu:iince of 'siu i; '
co.'riti. i inll thie nIliuo of John iter., Un-'
l(;;eri s ii c'rrltificate shit ll i)e redeemed ac-.
cording to law, I ix d'-cd wiil issue there-
oinl l 0 \I i' dahy Oif A ui st ,, ', 1905.
'il:,.',S my ,i, thf l aiii .tnore and seal

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