Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Physical Description: Newspaper
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Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: August 24, 1905
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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VOL, XV.


NO. 23.


OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.

U. S. Senator-1st district, S. R. MR
lory, Pensacola; 2d District, J. :
,I Tali t'fro, Ja.lcksouville.
Representativ'es-ist Distric4t, S. M
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d Dtstric
Frank Clark, Lake City; 3d Distri
S- W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
Land Office--Reister, W. G. Robln
o, so; Receiver, 1i. S. Chubb, Gainme
ville.
State-Governor, N. B. Broward; Se
retary, H. C.'C awvford; Treasure
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, v
iH- Ellis; 'Comptroller, A. J. Croon
Sulperinteiddent. of Public Instru
tion, W. M. Holloway; Commissio:
er of Agriculture, B. E. McUn.,
State Senator, S. W. Clark, Blount
town.
Washington County-Representativ
."-. ,W. A. Bryan, Chipley; County Judge
-'- 9. W.4llsClerk of Court, Countn
Clerk, Recorder of Deeds, W. (
Lockey; Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Ve
non; Deputy, C. H. Danford; Ta
Collector, Jno. R. Thompson. S
Andrew; Treps utrer, Louis 'H. Howel
Vernon; Tax Assessor, J. W. Bowel
Duncan; County SupLrintendent, I
'. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos
Collins, Vernon; County Commis
sioners, B. F. Swindle, Vernon;
L. arrill, Chipley; J. M. Porte
EcoiRna:- J. I1. Wcsley, Point Wasi
ington; Elton Singleton, Nixon.
St. Andrews--Jtstice of the- Peact
Johu Sturrock; Notaries, W. A. Bi
mons, A. H. Brake; Deputy Cleri
Ci cuit Court, W. A. Emimoun
Sehool.Directors, G. W. Surber, Sr
P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmi
tress, Zadie H. Ware.
tiillville-Pl'ut m;t.r. Henry Bovis
Constable, J. H. Daffin,
t alrker--'ostl taster and Notvry Publ',
W. 11. Parker.
Callaway-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle
S, aunders-Postmaster, R. Peters.
Allanton-Postmaster, Andrew Allan
Andersou-Postmaster, S. W. Ander

SWest Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley
-Murfee-Postmaster, James M. Murfee
tay--l'otstmiistress, Mrs. R. Gay.,
Tonupkius-Postmaster, Emery Tomp
kinls.
ttayhead-Postmaster, O. C. Tompkins
C0 Cook-Post'timaste r, J. J. Fowler.
e \Veptpo-Postmlistress, Mrs. Dyer.
Calhoun County Cronauntou-Postmnas
ter Frank W. Hoskins.
Farn dale-Postlaster, W. F. Wood.
Sford.
TL'EI MAILS.
SThe northern mails, -via, Anderson
(a Gary, IBy ead e and Chipley departs
S every day except Sunday at 3:.(
S o'clock a. Il., arrives every day ex
cept sunday at 7:15 p. rm.
S East IS;B:y lail for ULiarison, .i-lvlle,
...... ... I, ad t msl m v g C o o k ,
C 12* . ,'-o AI po l St-
St.

,. ., \ o'clock, al:'vc coming
IVst at oi 1z. p. u.
__ ~-_- +,^- -----

B 'aptist- Church \Vyomiing ave. front-
ing Park St. Services at 11 a. m. and
7. 30 p. m. Sunday School every Sun
J ay aIL 10 a. m. ktev. C. L. Joyner,
pastor.
l"et. opsto Episcopal-Church Was
inglton ave. and Chestnut st Sunday
school 930 a. m. every Sunday.
Hey. J. M. Coi:way, pastor.
2resbyterianuChurch corner laorainn
Ave. and Drake St, Rev. O. C. Dol-
phy, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
Sa. m. every Sunday, John Stur-
rock, Supt.
Catholic-Churchl corner Wyoming
ve. and Foster St.

Parker Lodge No. 142

S /-e\ khegular C(onmmniti-
catlbois on the first
il'- and third aturday
\^'\.; in each month.
,. '/ \ Vi/sitVing Brothlers
FRATERNALLY INVITED.
W. ll. PARK1E3, W. M.
W. A. EMMoNs, Secrotaryv

BUSINESS DIRECTORi.

W. A. EMMONS,.
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk an'd Notary
Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
affidavits, legalize acknowledg-
ments, etc., anywhere in Florida.
Special attention given to land con-
wvyani.cs' and marriage ceremony per-
formed for lawfully qualiliril parties.
Office at the Buoy _Utlice, St. Andrews
Bay.


-'" IRA A. HUTCHISON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Vernon, Fla.
a irBPrompt and ca rlul attention given
to all matters submitted to my care.

L. MOKINNEY,
Attorney at Law,
Vernon, Flt.
-- -- -*---------'
A. H. BRAKE,
Notary Public for State at large. Of
flce at Store, corner of Loraine ave-
nue and Cincinnati st, All Notarial
work solicited 'and given prompt at-
tention.
Dt. W. G. MITCHELL.
Physician an- d Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of Bayview, offers his profes-
sional services to the citizens of St.
Aii'drls't\ and vicinity. Residence on
Buena Vista avenue.
S1H. J..J. K1i; 1ST'111,
SHooeoioopailnIi Physician and Accou-
c* heur. Olle Pioneer Drug .Store,

W. II. PARKER,
Notary I'uniie for the State of Flor-
Ida at Large. Ol cie at Parker, Fla.
Couvetyoaning and payment of taxes
for nou-resiidents, specialties.
Alpprehension.
One Woman--If I thought I would
ever have hair as gray as Mrs. Bad-
ger's, I belive it would worry me to
death. Another-I am sure I should
-'dye right off.

History is a mighty dram., nact-,d
upon the theater of tiae, w'itih s:
for I LupI- and -r './ for a tacit
roulnd.--C~ar'. vi.


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
AT ST. ANDREW, FLA.
One Dollar a Year in Advance.

Entered Sept 3. 1912, at St. Andrew,
Fla., as second class matter, under
Act ot Congress of March 3, 1879.

WILLIAM A. EMMONS,
PROPRIETOR.

Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
month. Position and extraordinary,
condition rates subject to special
agreement.
"Local Drift," 5c per line, first inser-
tion; 2c each subsequent. .Display
locals double above rates.

If this pardagraphis heck.:-d.ulithi a
blue pencil it is a reminder that your
subscription has expired and that two
or three extra numbers will be sent
you that no break may occur should
you choose to renew:


-"" OF THE
"ntern tiorn4


Branch President-Mrs. W. A. Emmons.

President General-Mrs. Cynthia W.
Alden. Headquarters, 96 Fifth Ave-
nue, New York.
State President-Mrs. Mary L. Bradt,
319 Church st. Jacksonville, Fla.

"Have 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."

Motto-Good Cheer.
('olors-Yellow ann:- White
Statlc eolor--Deep Orange. -
Flower-Coreopsis.
Sona-"Scatter Sunshine "

TO THE POET'S SISTER.
.. A song fton the Armeniai ot
Khorene Nar-Buv de Lusignon.
Fain would I be to thee, my sister sweet,
Like the bright clou-ds beneath Auro-
ra's feet,
A pedestal to help thee mount on high
Into the blessed peace of the blue sky.

The zephyr would I be to which is
given
To waft the fragrance up to heaven.
That thy pure soul amidst life's stress
and strain,
Might not exhale its perfume sweet in
vain.

Fain would I be the crystal dew
Of morn that doth the young flower's
sap renew.
And with its vapor veils her from the

Lest thy fresh heart be seared ore the
day is done.

Fain would I be to thee the nightingale,
Telling within thine ear so sweet a tale;
No meaner strain thine eyes with sleen
should dim,
And thou should' st wake to hear a sa-
cied hymn.

Fain would I be to thee a broad-armed
troc,
That casts wide shadows on the sultry
lea
And cheers from far the wandering
traveler's view,
So would my love shed o'er thee shade
and dew.


Fain would I be to thee a refuge sure,
As neathh the hatch the swallow builds
secure
A humble roof. it yet the rain can
ward;
So I from storm thy innocence would
guard.

Ah! when to thee this world as yet un-
known,
Its barren hopes, its bitterness hath
shown,
Fain, fain would I bring comfort in
that hour,
To thy sad heart. Oh! would I had the
power! -Alice Stone Blackwell.
*
DO GOOD.
Thie scope of woman's endeavor is
becoming as wide and varied as her
infinite moods and her nll-embracing


I


others who have an inclination to be
successful, the above words: "Do it
Now," and most of them are endeav-
oring to live up to the motto. It is
an excellent suggestion to one who is
in the habit of always putting off un-
til tomorrow. "Manana" is the
Spanish word for tomorrow, and the


goodness. Spaniard's ambition, manner of con-
In most of the professions and av- ductin business and the general a -


di itr -I-t' It', h io-r whith n it I k i At 11'1 1 L'erIk iUg
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i'l1,4 111 It". helj-erln."
atrilEI 4 'Ii 1 c .- **h- r"I," ii., I -i. 9. A.1 .t41 111 0 j.. t'i i
Z till n thing the o l 1-grl. .an1 qho wrote .%Ol:Ill .1 NI'I N
*t'- ii:in .iae ovol better than life -'~l'~lim ~tbat
I'Lii loi..l himj that r,:1113, A v did zot . :(.. eh pl,'Qi. A hy
rt..r*fir him a, noh that it had Ril been 1. ~ niHl.lvvI li~vi
I 11ItakeI- t sa veN1 ber jpride, but It I.t i ll' 1'h 1hd .U t L ;:-i-'till'rPIC.4-ilf o
ircv te hr heart, Catherine." I JIUAr:'. Ils '''mr ( And. l'yvjo-ef
*Po.dear Clare," angwerqd Mrs. fu1mm 1, j..iee xe It, sho'.s un (Cinder-
~ tbe. kee~o he g~rils '.12ir. It zitt a No. 3 foot, or I'll


Sask a suffering yellow mortal anything
about creed, color, religious or other
convictions. if there is suffering it
is relieved, no matter whether the
suffering le spiritual, mental cr
physical. And that is the true in-
torpretatomn of the divine and human
injuncion to "do go il."-Atlantic
City (N. J.) P ess.
9O *>0--------
TALK HAPPINESS,
Talk happiness; the world is sad
enough
Without your woe; no path is wholly
rough;
Look out for places that are smooh
and clear,
And speak ot theti to rest the-weary
ear
Of,earth, so h-urt by one continuous
strain
Of mortal discontent and grief and pain.

Talk faith; the world is better off with.
OUL
Your uttered ignorance and morbid
doubt.
If you have faith in God, or man, or sull,
Say so; if not push back.upon tho shelf
Of silence all your thoughts till faith
shall come.
No one will grieve because your lip3
are dumb.

Talk health; the dreary, never-cnding
tale
Of mortal maladies is worn and staloe;
You cannot charm or interest or please
Bv harping on that minor chord, dis-
ease.
StLy you are well, or all is well with you,
Then shall your words be heard and all
come true. '
-Ella Wheeler Wlcox.
--------^-*.a-------
TRUE CHEERFULNESS.
Along with humility we should
cultivate cheerfulness. Humility has
no connection with pensive melan-
choly or timorous dejection. While
the truly humble guard against the
distraction of all evident passions and
inordinate cares, they cherish a cheer.
ful disposition of mind. There can-
not, indeed, be genuine cheerfulness
without the approbation of our own
heart. While, however, we pay a sa-
cred regard to conscience, it must be
enlightened and directed by reason
and revelation, and happy are the in-
dividuils who have arrived at that
stage of development. The state of
mind which attends such a moral and
intellectual condition is equally lc-
mote from our dissatisfaction, de-
sponding melancholy and frivolous
-hilarit). It smooths our path and
sweetens our cup. rendering duty easy
and affliction ight.-Magazine ot
Mysteries.

INVITED GUESTS.
A crowd of troubles passed him by,
As he with courage waited,
He said' "Where do you, troubles fly
When you are thus belated?"

"We go," they said, "to those who
mope,
Who look on Life dejected,
Who weakly say goc;d-bye to Hope-
We go-where we're expected!"

"DO IT NOW."
You will notice on the desks of
mi a n v llpaafnl biiU nes. m1en adil


.. e here any moment. I want you to
ooations she is making man look to pearance of the country, especially meet him."
Ins laurels, not to mention his work in Mexico, all indicate that "Manana Suddenly, even with the Words of her
and his daily bread. is liyel up to most thoroughly. friend, an impulse took possession of
SClare. She deliberately seated herself
No matter whether one admires In additional to the terse little sen- Cgare.r
again.h
the modern type commonly known as tenc, "Do it Now," might b3 added "Catherine," she sa ayhimsically,
t'he now woman," or whether one's another phrase, which from its vari- "my moad's changed. otay, and I'll
give you a little of y rid.r>, if
ici:l iill clings to the woman of the oils applications, has become more or you came-. I did love if ,mv- ,,nce,
1-qiningg wheel, the flower garden less slant, but it is business just the but--he's mularrie~i 'inw: lwa some-
and the nurserv, they challenge the ~rnlna an aliah toi ),manV mn ,l,,vc a m lke ithi: ,,.I: 1w.1 uil who


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BEy v'rgiiN. Leila Wowz t

) (:; :;::~ fit, 1::-R, by Vi'-Cir il 1. ','ent1 <.
* The rity ;.i '.-:,ted robins V Tr.' int -
.;. ;); ;r ; t t ;;v; laivih, and i^^^...'r- ..
Ci: 8 tic's e ';e a salishl of pink in
h- .-' i::.! beyond. Th1 e i.:;1 '. beds
.u bldered the paths in Mrs. Orms-
,5': grdcn v.fwre gayi wi;h 1t lit- aUd
'A)',: 1(;. fi:id froit the i I.-'' :, i Tr iii' ji,4v
)f I! \vista:riia viue hung delicate pur-
)Ui-h e.us irs of blossoms. A flock of
i'brwn s-piairows 1.v ri--.l in the cihrry
'es-, at-(albirl was in 'the hedge over
.o:':i1er, and already -the wroues vere
ir:li'L in the oeaves of''the sun:mer

aioin(,how the smell ipt the swcot
..p-ia -amr .sienlcd to have awaken-ed
:one.Ii;ni in Mirs. Ormsby's .caller, a
.ic;'l o: six aiir twvenly,'as sh6 oat on a
ri:itic chni r c uidelr the fast silverhig
plp'h-s., It was 5 ', "k, .Ini because
.he day was so, pem irt ti'r were halv-
52li-" t-.'i serv:al .i tlihe gart n.
"-;t, ('ounstaoe, if I ddt otJove hin
' ;!ii f ar r hlli- th girl. cried
'n 11siL'ive)y-- ?
,MrI. l(.riishby waitc' for her'm iaid to
:(po-it a plate of thiintbread and but-
'er, .some cr-eam:, liced-Inlua'ns and
-i:gar on, the iAttle ru:ttid. t'l.. before
-L ;an: *.-wed.
"'( you rmnembelri (1ra," whn we
S,:, :it Mi;ite. hrti h :ear
e, it's e Ight y, *rs i* ti <.'.i ,, )th-

!ioli i:re'. ,\ ". I "
II:ghos, wi co. -. mi -t jm ..; ,IP
yachts, automobilis, :!im wh,., hi the
ba'rain, adores you. V ,to be sure,
Clire, you' uust mary r.1n H-e's a
good man, and love wiil .onie latil-."
The girl mnade in r ,1[,i'. She was
looking dreamil-, it iie' rj' irH i anul the
pink orchard b y._.,d. u:'-t in Itir
lovely eye's.
"Of course," c',utiiu.diir, Ormsby
thoughtfully as -!.j.- ...ir.I tle, tea1, "I
couldn't have man I...J \\-tho'ut love my-
self, but you see. iLy ..'ear Chester
andi I are so old fa~Li.;:'~. anyhl.i.v."
At the repution of,,' th!o.n',' niu:.ino a
quick wave of color tdi-rtigl Iov-r! the
girl's face ipd nec-k :ind brow. I; the
sunlight which cametI a giant 'rl..li the
west the gold of Mrs Or.msby's wed-
ding ring scintillated strangely. With
a distinct effort Clare wlt..rr-w her
gaze from its flashing.
"No," she .said, pulling ber'i-lf to-
gether, "not lemon, 'ntbarloe. *',eam,
please."
"To know what love\is :g a miracle,
though, after all," pursued 'ii"-,. Orms:
by softly as she pouril thi,- 'r,.am.
'Vhy, I was just a silly girl I .fr'.e I
met Chester. Theu--l;ift i-t, li;u- g!ori-
fied; it became real!"
The catbird had fiown io'L- ti'ees and had burst out inutran ILa-ilon-
ate bubble of song. Clard' eye-e sud-
denly brimmed with tears. Vn-i it the
bird's song or the spring's ),emanty or
her friend's voice?
"Look here, dear,' aid r hostess
impulsively. "I don't -wani to force
your confidence, but I'L s :- otf one
thing--there's been sdn;., I,.- t fairr
in your life that's hurt de;, .aind left
you cynical. Tell me al)ut It. Let's
see if we can't straighten It out.. Oh,
Clare, pride is well enough--one c*m
have a certain amonirfl -.f .I nl be.
-one the worse for it-bu-t it'Wvidl to
make a pet of it."
"But theri's such a thing as righteous
pride," flashed Clare. She bent her
head, and adjusted the emet ald fleur-de-
hls at her dainty waist; thefl, rising, she
held out both hands to Mfrs. Ormsby
and laughed. It was her habitual
light, pretty laugh.
"I really have to go now, Catherine.
You know I told you I'conrd only stay
a half hour. But first I want you to
promise to forget that 'I can.- perilous-
ly near being sentimenta/'aniJ old fash-
ioned, forget that I -, ineid a 'bit sad.
Why, I'm quite happy, :on the contra-
ry! I'm going to marry Mr. Stanley
lIughes. My wedding 'll be a smart af-
Cair; tny gown'll be a verlai tl .dream,
and my husband '11 be one of the most
desirable gentlemen of the season.
Itumph! Why shouldn't I be happy?"
"Don't go just yetrt pleaded Mrs.
Ormsby, not heeding the badinage, but
looking straight into the girl's eyes.
"Chester's train is due now, and he'll'


"Ow g I'gl '" Dorton g v' i. ;la g
of p1)ain as l-; steh' trm:n.k so)lat'uimg.
snaggIlyT in tilte iuowy ice, tlc'n s;lu-
geringlyi recovered hls bali'ut:o, lide'icd
by a timely grasp front the far gloved
hand of Dr. Mliford, who h.; l 1. eeu do-
ijg a nii:t outer ed !ge' a longside ;un
grumbling l;artily t he wh!1.
"What rotten luck:" ie had been nay-
ing every five mii1ute.-: is. aslith nirry
skaters xwlizzced 1.:,', aihvays in Lnlisi'fy
ing palr. "Ai1.vl we lmvla" h;il u0ur
shingles uup a 'whole moitlh Hii dlbi c' l
funundd I,>i's, and st'il Cdon't kunow ai
sinil::i!, soliiry gir! iu iatl i 'i:s g:!-dy
5l.';i!nt:iasuin.i'-ri:1 of whirling l;'nte''s-;"-.


"Ar,.; y-u b.ii l't, cjii utiiinr? ,\~}iat'v'
v o' hl t.'" h d< .-t ;::.-! I. a x i- t Ui ly l\- '" .
ili; !lI'i gir d 11.i3 it-.o... v .s: -'. s at. b ';
disablule frit i.:. '.i, .m.. '-;- pai'i. tnfu. y
to pick Up sofmethiltg i'r ili ,'I *hl!i,'p d
ice before hobibitIig t'h>. -'>"a'ard.
"'Strutck?" (ih'ed lIr:toi, sik'ng
ou to a bi'a-h under a laiii ..i.,t a' I
ui-,--:.U his uinkle. "The linitcd statr's
steel tr'it. I think, by the( feel of my
fc-. t H!!,re it is!' Andl lie held up to
vie v the ubstr._Ij.u vl .L had .tir-


I-
VV'' runs ,.r,-d.1 l," -i ',clntV .Ii t'" *114-
';"' "Ih ,'t. I'n? g:'l II v r I-1 t, fr,)r,
1 ti'll lt.lie g& t hbi ', .N-J !hl ; : i' .
You see--why, don't, Catherine- not fol
S;ee," as Mrs. Ormsby brushed a toeur
from her'eye. "W'as I talking like a
tra edy quien..?" .
,.The maid came down the r Irdeil
walk bearing a salver wvth a card ou
it. Mrs. Or'msby glanced at thi past--
board.
"Mrs. Brownsloy. our neighbor across
the road. How inconsiderate of her!"
she exclaimed. "Wait for me here, will
you, ( I irl? I must see her just for a
moment or two."
ro arom und the veranda, down thb
path that led by the tulip and jonqiuil
beds, came the sound of a man's ap-
proaching footsteps.
"Beg pardon," he said,-politely re-
treating as he became aware of the
unfamiliar figure,, but as the girl turned
her face upon him:
"Clare- you: How did you come
here ?"
For a second Clare gauged him si-
lently. Then, although the sound of his
old, dear voice came near undoing her,
she answered coldly enough:
"Not so strange as you'd think! Cath-
erine and I went to school together.
I'm visiting the Hayes, your neighbors
down the road, so I made a point of
coming to see her before I left. That's
all, except that I once knew you
also, and a sudden fancy came to me
to stay and see you too."
"To see if the wound you gave my
heart had boaled?" broke in the man
bitterly. "All these years I've surier..'
-as only a man can suffer who scorns
explanations to those whom he feels
should be above suspicion. I swore not
to ask, what you meant by that let-
ter"-
"Tom Bronner can tell you," threw in
the girl icily. "For myself, I do not
care to discuss the matter."
"Bronner!" The man drew up his
hand before his eye, palm outward, as
.one who has unexpectedly been shot.
When he dropped it he spoke un-
steadily:
"So it's all been a mistake, sweet-
heart. Bronner loved you himself. I--
I thought he was my friend." As his
voice broke he caught the old, tender
love in the girl's eyes. I
"But, dear," he cried, "of course it
was all a lie. And it isn't too late"-
"How do you dare?" cried she, rising
in hot anger as he made an impulsive
forward movement. "Yes, It's too late
--ait,-.-thr too late. I am going to
marry Stanley Hughes, and you--you
must be loyal to your wife."
"My-Clare, are you mad?"
'Good!" cried Mrs. Ormsby, tripping
blithely dov;n the path. "You and
Chester haven't waited for the conven-
tional introduction. That's i-:,t. and I
know you're going to be good friod.is.
Clare, my husbalul's cousin, Chest(e
Ornisby." And to her hubilanld'n
consin.: '"lEss Clare Clayton, a sc-bool
fit uen of niu. T- )o t ad my 'hete-
huPsn't -couie yet--traiii must b l:loe.
( .r" '"~' ,a tfa'i'ly naine% with th-- O()'iis-
bys, yon kni:ow. It"
Not nnio'h wonder ho.she 1.rtk: ofi su -:
dcn!7- in !)'r :- nteic. Her I 'uetand's
cousin hm;d be- -cc'itnln'!yiy o:en(.',ed hi-
aras, and with a litti, ie irtiaulatt,
happy cry Clare had fling he-rsc;' into
S-.
The light hadi broken inl.

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SCcopyiriQt, h to / hi; LRap. C(. Pa*.';':;,
Sy LILIAN C. PASZi. i

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"Now, doc, do be careful," they
heard Dorton groan as the door closed,
but they could not hear the rather curi-
ous dialogue which began a moment
later. Melford got up from his task
and faced his friend with accusing
eyes. \
"Paul' You aren't really hurt at all!
Say, -what's your game a;Lnyu 1 ?" 'And
lie glared at his pseudo patient, who
sat in state, propped in pillows. That
young man's audacious gray eyes
closed gently, while ta ingenuous smile
wreathed his smooth countenance.
"Sh!" lie said. "I'll tell you' my game
--the old, old game of hearts, and
you've got to help me. MNum's the
word. There was no other way. Oh,
don't look)l;o savage! I mean business."
And the level lips) spelled grim deter-
iuation as they also closed firmly.
"You don't me:an you 'want to marry
a girl you ve never seein in your life
bfIor" tn i::l;?"
-" l.!t'~I it ,ctIy wl;ot I do iatw a.'," ro-
,.; 1;.o.' Ot'.:.' r" t ihial "y, "if he'llI

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ti l-, I ',.-; m~pt ui i-. lomltv ipi tour
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It I i P;i t i I's face ftvll.

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-I ii it:-, t it al-
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w., lit 'ent -Jy.t .a1 11e


i.. t-L.inl :i fom;r mo (1 a half
.' Idt~ lii, I adwit,
wio :the d!c; II c
I e I". 3 t,.iicel iw uuur'll13uje.~
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* '.mCe!!.-. ti:n1 4pr(-tL(.a in' out' f anll"' -
'If :r, ht.i \. i IL;tte iI-4 t d m Sieriock.-
!- '),! i ; ... .- : -.,. i .k-o luW n Ligh,
o,0 voc(e out of the black region be-
vii:d .:.. Cim of light rays from the. are
amnl), willl you be kind enough to re-
:lurn it t t ine?"
"The devil:" ejaculated Dorton under
idis breath, starting guiltily and drop-
ping the ninecky skate to i ground.
It fell clattering under the bench, and
the doctor dived after it with ostenta-
tious haste.
'You fuol!" he swore in Dorton's un-
,.oinfortable ear as he went down on
all f-,.rs in lisy quest. "And this was
.,',' o;iy.- (.:'e-- first woman's voice
ih-it's cv'r dressed us since weo came
west. WVe might have scraped an ac-
i'liiuirtitn'e, biut now you've made a
Utrns of it."
"'itger fool you!" Dorton rejoined
fi':--' ly, lbulmnngl heads with his col-
ie,,: ;, aas he, too, stooped to recover
i .e hinoe o contention, lhrlo'lZ In some
mena;-re to retrieve himself in the eyes
of the invisible unknown. "She's not
that sort nt all. I can tell by her
Voice."
"'Vell,_even nice girl sometimes un-
der such circumstances"- began Mel-
ford iu anu Injured, tone, but Dorton
Lnut hinm short, having found tle skate
a1dd hc'dl it out toward the voice In
quli io. :But the young woman be-
loimgl:ng to it niade no move to recover
lhu-' proL)Cty, roms I.iinn obdurately In
the fri endly darkness.
."Will you be go good as to bring It
to m'ii?" 1Her tone was as silvery and
distant as the strains from the band
t;hnd on the otthr side of the lake.
"I've got .to see her face," thought
the big fellow to' himself, "and gain
time to s.tuaro myself somehow."
He took a stEp forward and. suddenly
Inoasured his full length at her ma-
ligned feet, with the skate still clutch-
c-d iu h!s hand.
".My ankle," he moaned when she
bent over him, all womanly solicitude,
her minointa:u- pique gone. Only anx-
!ty ind pity were visible in her lovely
face--quite the loveliest he had ever
secn, Dorton thought, as he closed his
eyes.
"Oh, I'm afraid he's fainted! He's
.hurt, and It's my fault:" cried the girl,
tearing off her inittons to rub snow on
ihe cheeks that looked so pale in the
white light. "Can't you do something
for ,hm? Hl-c wo!diln't have been hurt
ii it h I u't b l,'n for my skate?" she
,l:i'tv'el.. f'l;lelg in somee way to
S)i:unue. "Pleasie go for a doctor."
"I am a doctor--a recent arrival inI
the city," replied Melford. "If we could
g' al;,l bI ;r iig:C b's fo -" ut i' he girl eagerly.
"iil ;i n-.," t:i' :- I...'s j ;!ro-:*. lu!k yonder."
".I:Ii Tt', v.i 'r" r" you? We've
o'at ikiir': ',i" yn--anid your skate--
(ve -;w,.r^'e. Did you :,:.-I it'?"
I ');eg' 1 w, ias stil] ox'plinining, amid
.),:i i:s l:u.b-!. :. to 1h :r friends, who had
er, i:'r iii a curious circle around her,
-,.:iL. to her relief, the doctor ap-
prI,);:-h' d said announced that a cab-
u...it was waihii>g.
With the heil of Janet's brother, who
was in the party, Melford got his dis-
abled chum into the carriage. Janet
gave the driver her address and seated
herself with a sort of defiant shyness.
At the door of the big house where
they drew up her mother greeted, with
consternation, her early appearance
with two strange men, but this quickly
turned to motherly concern when she
heard of the accident. She hastened to
supply liniment and bandages'and hov-
ered outside the closed door of the
wide, old fashioned bedroom whither
the injured man had been conducted
and waited anxiously with Janet while
the doctor attended to the injured an-
kle.


should continue the treatment
In hot weather; smaller dose
j and a little cool milk with it will
Sdo away with any objeotlon
which Is attached to fatty pro-
ducts during the heated
seasonn.
Send for fre e ample.
SCOTT & BOWVNE, Chemists,
4":9.45 I'earl Street, New York.
5,i;. alid $too; all drug& ts.


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LIFE BUOY AND A R.

How to Get Into the One and to 3Sp-
port Yourself Wit the Other.
Very few persons know "how to get
into a life buoy, and, as In this uncer-
tain world one never knows when one
may need to make use of a buoy Ini
real earnest, a little prfacltce might
prove of great value in an emergency.
Now, when the buoy Is thrown into
the water the temptation is trtry to
lift it over one's head and shoulders
or to dive'tbrough it. This, however,,
Is imp) -llIe The correct thhig Is to
grasp tei two sides of the bu:)y, With
fingers of the hands uppermost, lower
yourself under the buoy and come up
through the center, then rest your
arms' upon *he sides, and you will be
comfortably supported as long as It ia
necessary.
More often than otherwise. In case
of accident, a life buoy Is nu t at hand,
In such event an oar imay be nsed as
a substitute. Now, there is some little
art in saving oneself by this means,
for an \fivre: s-izd cull is uot buoy-
ant (:".*:':,h to s!p.)ort a Iperson If
grasped as the first Impulse would
direct.
There is only one way in which the
oar will support a human being. It
must be ridden like a hobby horse.
The haft is put between the legs and
the blade allowed to project above the
surface of the water in front of one.
By this means the head is kept well
above the water.--Pearson's Maga-
zine.

SOME SECRET INKS.

Writing That Remains Invisible Un-
u.tirx posed to Heat.
Letters written with a solution of
gold, silver, copper, tin or mercury
dissolved in aqua fortis,. br, simpler
still, of Iron or lead in vinegar, with
water added until the liquor does not
stain a white paper, will remain in-
visible for two or three months If kept
shut up in the dark, but on exposure
for some hours to the open air will
gradually acquire color, or will do so
instantly on being held before the fire.
Each of these solutions gives Its own
peculiar color to the writing-gold, a'
deep violet; silver, slate; lead and cop-
per, brown, but all possess this com-
mon disaldvntage--that in time they
eat away the paper, leaving the let-
ters in the form of perforations. There
are a vast number of other solutions
that become visile on exposure to
heat or on L'ivin,:; a heated Iron passed
over them. tie explanation being that
the matter is readily burned to a sort
of charcoal, simplest taong which we
nr:)y mention l:einon juice or milk, but
the one tlhat produces tlie best result
is made ly I' ,11.i a scruple of sal
mimonfac in tivo ounces of water.
Writing with rice water, to be ren-
dered visible by thie ll',.'lie:;!Inl of
iolwine, was prc1li-cd successfully in
the correspondence with Jelklabad in
the first Afghan war.


On all the grost lakes of China are
found ;.,i, 1. ia;Inds, which are euor-
.ion.i ra:fts of umboalio, overlaid with
earth in uphn nld,1- :hbove the surface
of 41Pe wair prctity houses and gar-
(doi). They are, iinfact, ayfinatic farms,
b!.,';ari (rop of ri" and v,-,,etaI lels..
i. rich bottom urni', utilized as an
ar'ifiial soil, i- ox- r"meil f,'rtile and
yields bountiful h'u'vsts, linugh on ft
:uial sai l.c iiin a. i,:.,Ltry wnere tlhei ;
is suc a Itck of :\-.d;'ll;P lan.l owuhi
to the ovr-rplns of poul.tlaio these
riloaii pianit:itio;:< are lios:t servie(--
;ah, l.irge i'til be:g a attached to the
d'weli ing Lo,.:e. au weil as to each cot-
nir of thc-.isiand whenever it is desired
Io move about. After .'-tl r-iig a
'rT'j of graiu or garden iruck from the
suiface of thle lake the floating farmer
c:i ta:i Ls n;t.1l into tih'e witeTrs and from
thrr i.;':dths 1r) ing; ui a supply ofi fish
'r hIls IllS fa.mvy.

vro'I-y E th-er Way.
Old 'Part.v--You worry your mother
tcrrTily. W!y ;:rE you- so wicked?
had '-..;---'('ause if I'm good she'll
worry tlhlnkin' I'm sick.

Ire is happle~;t. be he king or peas-
niut. ,-;uo tiuds peace in his home.-




CONTINUE
Those who are gaining flesh
and strength by regular treat-
ment with
Scott's Emulsion


















The schr. Lucy H. arrived from
Penaacola via. Apalachicola Satur-
day afternoon and proceeded up No th
Bay Monday morning.
'The nchr. Cleopatra arrived from
Apala-lhicola, freighted with singles,
about 9 o'clock p. m,, Saturday and
sailed for Pci aeola about 3 p. m.
TIneNdta y.
Tlhe tr. Tarpon arrived trom the
south at 9:10 a. in., Friday, At 2:30
.1. in., yesterday there was as yet no'
tidiiga of her fiorn the west.
L
NAPH'THA LAUNCH,
S Y 31BL.
W. F. Woonroan PRorniBToa
Fitte in splendid condition to take ex-
cursions or [msseiigers to any point on.
the Bay or Gulf. Good cabin protection
irtie event ef bad weather. Tearmsreas-
S enable. ,iso., .-1- *
s *d A t Ell17 M A .
C Opacrly 10,000 feet of Lumber will Ferry
between Fatridale and Allanton. on East
Bay and will dilrier freight of every de-
ecription, including live stock to any
point on St. Andrews Bay. For particu-.
:lira, address W. F. We osoaRD, Farm-
dale, Fla.
PACKET SCHOONER
LUCY H.
CAPTAIN S. W. ANnDasON
Makes regular tris between St. An-
drews Bay and Pensacola. Good passen-
ger accommodations and special atten-
tiou paid to handling and carrying freight
at reasonable rates. For particulars ad-
dress, CArT. S. W. ANDERSOY,
Anderoon, Fla

t'ACKET oC1OONER
CLEOPATR A.
Equipped With.Two Gasoline Engines,
L, E. E.ANFOD, MASTER
LTeaves St. Anilrtwa Hay every Monday
leaves Peinsacola every Thursday
%weather pe ti ittiug)). Special attend
tin will he given ti receiving and
forwarding freight for armies livingon
Eit and North Bay, 'aessengers foi
points on either armi of the Bay ca
depend upotn securiitg prompt trans-
uort itin at riafisonalIle ratep. Pas-
senger nacoinnm dat iona good. Expresf
and Railroad Freight specialties. For
turthei itifor atndioln apply to
L. M. VAaK. Gen. Manager.
NAPHITHA LAUNU'H,

LAURA.
Carries the Easmt lBay MAil between St
Andrews a -iy, Wetappo and intermedi
sfe poinis'. ,Le-avep St. Andrews daily
except S, nda~1v at f:(IO a. nt.; arrive al
Wetappo at :3 tp, It.; le'tve Wetappe
at. 1:00 p. in.; arrives at St. tuAdrews al
7:30 p. ii. Make liandintl regularly at
Harrrsoi, Crontanton i, Parker, Pitts
burg, and VIarinidle. Freight landed at
any posAtuffice-wlharf. For pIaisnnger and
L'eight rates, see rate ci-rd in tlie sev
vral poi tollices.
1F. A. WIraTartL.. Mall ager.

A 'YWe% k's 1Veatrttt r.
L'ie following table rives the maxi
utuiin, niniium and mean tempera
tures, thel rainfall and direction of the
wiud, for the twenty-fou.r hours oenlin.
at o'clock p mI.. as inldihati.d by U. S
government .elf-registerinrg thermomi
eters. IMa:Min. Mewn.R'n. W'd
August..lf 90m 78 84 l sv
17 91 71 81 .18 nv
18 89 72 81 .02 nv
S 19 91 75 83 .27 e
S 20 90 75 82 .00 sb
21 90 75 82 .21 sB
22 92 75 8; .00
torwetk.. 91 i74- 821 .781

RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Rev. C. L Joyner will conduct reli!
ious services in the Baptistchurch nex
Sunday morning and evening,
The Presbyterian Sunday school be
ing united with that of the M. E
church, a union school will be conduct
ed every Sunday morning at 10 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 al:
of those services.

SaCHURr ALES.
An m J-l altcsh Ouitom of Rlt I m
Moe.yv '"er Chnreh Uie.
A curious light is thrown on ancient
e' church bazaars an4l charity balls by
':.. .rtata records kept .usome ot tih
u "lrhel s Tn England. For iunstan~e, in
', ; tbe records of Yateley church, which
S ate fi'ori f o4; are frequent references


I "churcht ales," the object of which
was to get money for church expenses.
The' feast was organized by the
church wardens, "whtO provided a good
spread at so much a head, and credited
the profits to the church expenditure."
It first appears as the "church ale,'
then as the "king's ale," then later as
"our banquet at Whitsuntide." ft wasr
probably held in the church and wenu
on until 1648, the year after the etvi
war broke out, when probably the
Puritans put adriend to such festivities
It was popular evidently.
One enterprising churchwardeun has
left on record all the good things whicl
were prenpa~ed': for the Crondal
"church ale" In the 'year lfl,7. Theft
had a band, brewed a qaantlty of ale
and made a profit of $42. As money
was then worth nearly ten times as
much as now, the "church ale" may bh
sali to have brought In about $400
which was fast 100 per cent on the
outlay. The band, ws:hired for foum
days.
Playing BHer Cire..
Tommy-May I stay up a little Ion
ger? Ethel-What do you want to stave
up for? Tommy-I want to see you
anl Mr. Green pinying cards. bMr
Green-But we are not going to pla.
cards. Tommy-Oh, yes. you are, foi
I beard mamma saying to Ethel thai
everything dep,-ndled on the way lu
which she played her eards tonight.
*r


LOCAL DRIFT,

Blank Warranty Deeds, short 1ormi
printed on good linen paper, 25c per
dozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re-
ceipts in a block, 10c each, at the Buoy
office.
--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.
-Sick headache results from a disor-
dered condition of the stomach and is
quickly eured by Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Livcr Tablets. I1or sale by L'
M. Ware, St. Andrew and Baybead
and all medicine dealers.
--Wizard Ink Tablets, Price, per
box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten ounces splen-
didink. Economical permanent; abso-
lutely indellible, convenient, non-corro-
sive. At the Buoy, office.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena Vista
Point, at 8c, per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the
BUOY office
S-v.ery ,man', oVs -it-to bimsetade
ShT family to master a' trade or profes-
sion. Read the display advertisement
of the six Morse Schools of Telegraphy,
in this issue and learn how easily a
young man or lady may learn telegra-
phy and be assured a position.
-Today, Aug. 24, the editor of the
Buoy tallies his 73d yearly notch on the
stick he keeps to jog his memory.
Thus far he has never broken into the
penituetiary, attended a charivari or a
camnp-meeting and hopes these exempt.
tions may be placed to his credit at the
final roll-call.
-Attention is called to the Real Es-
tate Agency ad. of W. H.Parker. Mr.
Parker has taken out a real estate
agent's license, and proposes to give
prompt attention to this branch of bue-
iness. Parties wishing to either sell or
buy real estate will find him thorough-
ly conversant with land matters and may
depend upon prompt returns from ev-
ery transaction.
-Everyone is, or should be interest-
ed in the school matters of his county,
Sand everyone should read the annual
report of the county superintendent for
- the year ending J-ine 30, 1905. which
" will appear, officially, in the Buoy next
Week. Any persons wishing extra cop-
ies of the issue containing it, can be
supplied if their orders are received by
Monday noon, next. Later than that
it will be impossible to supply the nm.
-A serious cutting scrape is renort-
Sed from Millville last Saturday after-
noon. It appears that Dr. Coleman and
Sa man named Danley, both of Mil1ville,
got into an altercation over the settle.
Sent of a doctor bill, till Dr. Coleman
t seized a piece of 2x4/scantling and
drove'Danley into a corner when he
Sdrew a knife and proceeded to defend
himself and cut the doctor in eleven
places some of the wounds being seri-
ous and close calls for fatal. Danley
was arrested and, upon examination
before the local justice was released on
the ground that the cuts were inflicted
in self-defense.
S-People arrivinin St. Andrew from
g Chipley report that a small force of
twenty-five or thirty men starts out ev-
e1y morning from there to work on the
B., C,& St. A, railroad. It must not
T be taken that, because there is only a
y small force at work that the project is
e dying, or that the road will not be
e built. The Buoy violates no confidence
e when it says, it is assured by those who
ought to know that, the road will cer-
Sta'nlv be built; but there are at least
two reasons why a large force will not
be put on just at present. One is, it is
t not advisable to employ a grcat force of
Laborers during the hottest part of the
summer, and 'another reason is, it is
best to wait till the yellow fever situa-
tion at New Orleans shows decided im-
provement. While there is not a case
of the fever within 200 mile of Wash-
ingtou county it is thought best to ex.
ercise the greatest caution against its


introduction into this nart of Florida,
****W--------_.
Use Alien's Foot Ease,
A powder to be shaken into the shoes.
Your feet feel swollen, nervous, and
Sdamp, 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. Believes
corns and bunions of all pain. Try it to-
Sday. Sold by all druggists and shoe
Stores. Don't accept any substitute.
STrial package FREE. Address Allen
* S. Olmsted. LeRoy, N. Y.

The Hridal Wreath.
S The bridal wreath is usually formed
Sof myrtle branches in Germany; it i'
Made of orange bloessoms in Francer
Sas well as our own country; in Italy
t and the French cantons of Switzer-
- .land It is of white roses; In Spain th-
flowers of whlch it is composed are
. red roses and pinks; in the Islands or
Greece vine leaves serve the purpose
s and in Broeemia rosemary is employed
i In German Switzerland a crown of
l artificial flowers takes the place of tht
S. wreath.
The 8e*quet.
a "When I saw her last she seemed to
e have fallen in love with him."
S "Oh, yes, but that was some time
e ago. She's suing him now for breach of
r promise."
S"Trying to get damage, for the fall,

Pecntiar Disappearance.
Y ;-f: 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
r says "They are a perfect remedy for
Dizziness sour stomach, headache, con-
stipation,' etc." Guaranteed at A. H.
Brake's score, price 2So.


all medicine dealers. front the grant to the Bresca family.
'---- _The alm leaves which are to be used
Thie Good *J ule.. in religious ceremonies are bleached
.-:J I:;1:ian -; g, I. n wt n until they become yellowish white. The
S.':.( a w I is a g ix by, when hi h' bran*eZ are drawn closely together
.i'_e_.e: n anl iS a good: manu wbul L at t le top and firmly wound about
i. at work. (et busy .nd be a g: with rope.: In this way the inner
c:tizCn.--Ioca. (Kan.i Tribure. *leaves, deprived of light and air, are
unable to attaiu their natural green
,What Slhe Saw.. color. Ufortunately this curioul-
SCao~er'---rs De Style is not In, ynor swf-g -t-he branches robs the trec
say? Why, I saw her through th. tenmp6rarily of much of Its beauty.
window as I came up the steps. Serv- The leaves which must be ready to'
ant (blandly)-Shure, mum, that was the next Palm Sunday begin thi:
only her shadow you saw. bleaching process in the summer. while
S ... .the mucli smiiller number prepared for
A Touching Story the Jewish Feawt of the Tabernacle, in
is the saving from death of the baby the !l are shut off from the right in
the sing. The care of the palms at
girl of Geo. A, Eyler,Cumbcrland, Md. the twoseasons and their final gath-
He writes. "At the ~age of 11 months, erirlg and packing for transportation
our little girl was in declining health, furnish employment to many of the
with serious throat trouble, and two peasants. Immense quantities of
physicians gave her up. We were al- .r'anlclhm are dispatched to Rome and
most in despair, when we resolved to to other parts of the country as well
trwy Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- and are used in the celebration of the
sumption, Coughs and Colds. The first Sunday before Easter at the impressive
bottle dave relief; afte: taking four ceremony of the blessing of the palms.
bottle ~ave relief; aft taking four --New York Tribune.
bottles she was cured, and *is now in
perfect health." Never fails to relieve T rntnA the 'Tblet.
and cure a cough or cold. At A. H. Pliny` tells us that the phrase "turn-
Brake's store, 50c and $1, guaranteed. ing the tables" arose from the extrava-
Trial bottle free. gance of the Romans. In the time of
Vrried Commencement Adadrses. Augustus men of wealth spent fabu-
An auxious inquirer was discussing lous sums of money on tables of costly
wiih Bishop Prendergast the complex material, such as Ivory, gold, silver,
nature of some of his episcopal duties, iaarble arid highly prized woods, espe-
"i shounid think you would find giving ctally the citrus wood of Mount Atlas.
addresses at commencements particu- These last were caled tlgrine, or pan-
larly trying." said the inquirer ques- therine, from the spotted appearance
tiopingly. "I do," sighed the bishop. of the grain, as our birdseye maple
"How can you manage to find anything takes its name. Cicero, a man of mod-
original to say year after year?" prob- orate means, gave nearly 9,000 for
ed the inquirer, determined to get at one. I the root of the matter. "Oh, I don't," charged e ladies with extravagance
said the bishop, his face lighting up in jewel 9 peclally pearls, the ladles
and expanding into a whimsical smile. retorted` ir lords by pointing to
"I don't say anything original. Each the vast sms spent on tables and thus
timeI IDly.use 4dferent adjectives," literally turnedd the tables" upon them


Why the earn Iought. F1IS E O' PALMS
C. M. Rulssl', the western painter, -__--
i:ells a an nnu:i;.g story of a bear fight TIl OVES OF BORDIGHERA, "THE
whici he thinks Is funnier than any OFITALY"
luuior.n;a; sHktch he has ever seen por JERI'HO OF ITALY.".
trayed on a vaudeville stage. lIe had
been ouct with a gu:de all day, and to A Pretty Italt:in 1ie:tgc wltieh inia
ward evening they saw far down the the Friviilh, e tef SIplying Pranims
road two bears sauntering along quite te ite Vatican-Thie Story of iio%%
oblivious of the presence of human be- tie iConcanllon wVas Granted.
ingi, as the wind was in the wrong dl- Mo e than 300 years ago at i;mensli
rec'.on. IRusoll and his guide quickly crow. gathered before St. Letter's, ii
jumped behind a small thicket, and ITope, to witne.:s the rai.-ing of :0:
when the boars were within shooting r-.- in I ,u',i .i. The work involve'.
distance the painter let fly and struck :an .,:: e preparaLiuis to
one of them fair in the side. The shot its ,-: ,,';,:I Ilt were S:lrronJiue
stunned the animal for a moment, and i ts u erem iy. t i:
ie was under the Impression that his a,,l ,li, inUtuI,. ,-o k'ontana. the eu-
mate had struck him a terrific blow ;:., .r i t' 'o. rta th e cme
when ho vas not looking. As there f ur so oprehensive o
e-ppeared to be no reason for this chas-a i-r t hat be ai' Is'od to lopie Pixtus
'i:,ment, he proceeded to retaliate by' V., h :;l imt to wn, th vast
oticking the other bear. About this
inme th, g-,ude took a sight at the as 4il 1fte, .t s~ -metatcrs to e e absolute
.au'ild lani.a], with the result theft V so chnne noie
ihe Lrute was infuriated and imagined., ,ut .e t r te worklnc. 1" himself ar-
he ha, been struck with undue force ranj.cl to ,o., nu.ucate lo orders by
by his comrade. TUpon this the two u 1,l:Ora!e system of tlas and sig
bears ,-et to and had a tcrriflc fight.-- f1 .
St rast the critical m'nrent arrived.
Success M1agazine. The pP. :o,.,r coieibrning a solemn
A CloIIag- :Lul ble;:sing the 800 workmen.
A Close Bargatfn., took jl!. place on a balcony overlooking
The reputation held by Mr. Cobb of the secen). 'Tl.e great sql re was filled
Canby for making the closest bargains the :n: r,.:e o" p,,ople, who fol-
of any man in the region was sus- ,o te ri -.:,,' woth 'breathless
tained'during the summer by his deal- .le '..'i s,,i u ce, oti ver,
,ngs with several of his neighbors ~.rm .i -. ,.1i -t -sl .h
be, cty,e ., * u, I.. n W 'ial hLd isnued a isternr
' WTr. Cobb,' ,snld oue of these neiguh.. t e- eath,- to any one who
bors whose orchard was in need of te a od.
piruing,"the man says he must have t un near the end of
I Ia re 'All went well until near the end of
a longer, ladder than mine, for when th r henuddnl,astheobelisk
he's finished the orchard I want him to W n suddenly, as the o
trim that scraggly elm junt this side of '-ltliaa t cnrtrmons wteiht stretch
the* apple trees. Have you a ladder I ge s w eight str. et
ell. ani1 the great shaft wavered. In-
could hire?" -t;i m ( frmn the midst of the throng of
"Um-m, well, I s'pose I ev," said r 1 a voice was raised in disregard
Mr. Cobb grudgingly as he turned his t ^ath
lean face half away from his, visitor's t.'.\' t the ropesl" wt s heard. This
gaze. "I've got one, but It's kind of the rope foll w as heard. This oce,
loose 'ted toward the top. I'mce being followed at once,
the rppes soon shrunk until taut again,
cal'latin' to put any repairs on to It, end pe obolnk, saved front imminent
for I don't ever go clear to the topf fain was safely drnwn
myself. I'm wlllln' to let ye take it,fely drn o
but I shall hev to charge ye thutty io 1 ositio .
S,-..'ch was made for the author of
cents, I guess, on account of the resk t wo roed oe a suior
of your man's breaking' through the top nam~ Bresca, from the nelghbmohood
rungs, he bcin so much heftier any- of lordighera. on the Mediteranean
*vwy than I am, and along of not In- .h0 Ii k ledge of ropes had sug-
tendin' to have it hired out, as a rule." te to n e eedy at crisis,
g,'.rled to hlln the remedy at the crisis,
Fiendish Suffering :1n:1, c;irrl.fil away by the excitement
ofFi the rmoumet, he had forgotten the
is often caused by sores, ulcers and can- thretening cominmand for silence.
cers, that eat away your skin, Wm. Be- Abashed a(nd trembling at his temer-
dell, of Flat hRock, Mich., says: "I have y, the oi:enuler was led before Pope
used Bucklen's Arhica Salve for ulcers, Sixti:. Great was his amazement and
sores and cancers Lt is the best healing ,!.:t f, however, to be met with words
dressing I ever found." Soothes and of f arivenmt ninl praise. Instead of
heals, cuts, burns and scalds. 25c. at i te dea., d pun"hialnt t.
peyla)d) iloh ask soilie Pcf",C:dl vom",
A. E. Brake's store; guaranteed. i, sjuito be bestowed upon hii in
^ '_ f,) "li o?'gv'atltu',d .
THLE SENSE UF TRAFFIC. MipdIfuof ~ie resourccs of his untive
-. -',;,t. :'.e .:ilr asked that for all f';-
C-.od Tl.. v Th'e n (rowdcl ,... .e t,:.'..,he ri~gt should be gi;ve- ta
centern a cu't'V-e. ,!liim a ndhis family to supply p,. hl.s to
r-c-y town d)A -lld,' r should runiati the (':pt':. of St. IPter's for PIai:n
ih, "':-nse of trnifi-.." At Rli-t this 3uidy. ,,Assureil1yf Ieo pr)pe that this
:neans that lie v..ihI take pe-y step in n Drivl;ege ~boulId :he gr;-.nteil. HBr.sca ro-
;ro-'v-ed thoroughfare wHih a reasoned turn turn to' lih" home orgain, rejoiclug in
:onlsciousnes. lIo wiill never think of the I,,'refit ,',ich hi :ltitpetuous words
uis business or his pleasure while lie we, to r;:, to I1ordlghtra thronghi
s In the street,.but only of the way in years ,e.
hichl he is going, of what is before. cs hl i 4. orig of F.i.)l:.,' -a'
him, of what is on either side of him' p-ilm a..i-'cr'n to ih ;:
Sand of wNhat lie is leaving behind him. -which i: 'a, ,-'I, from oin his~tt'"i'
At every crossing he ill settle his* The di- at re'port- vary s-);-icv.;t-'
eo'irse, so to speak, and look out for as to fIn, ,,yet T!hh to:ry in all it!..
dangtes from every point of the corn- sentis! (,t;;'is is counl.s:ttly <;. d1:" i,'
pass. Ater very few weeks of this D,"' -;.h-, abd ;he vl i t.' rt ri
careful self elationn he will develop i:..n; i rivilNg' oof rupl i: th
the "sense of ttffic." Without know- Vatlcan with ploms cU : San S-; Mly.
lag it le will see i -d hear and realize I .,'.i'~r : i si tt'u: .d on it- coo.-
.ll that moves about 1~u4. He will au- of t;l" .' ;,i..:. 'anan; but, unl k, :,:
tomatically avoid colislion,, and it will of the lti\ r; town:s; whlicih lIt' vitLi
be asxpossible for him to take a step .hallow bays, it tccupits prom:).i.w'
at the wrong time as it waa formerly .iud ixp i i;o;ition. Th" .. 1; o;
dihXcult for him to take it at tht rli"bt yanUts Ap;-,cglo. on wLitc'i l:,-c It'*v:
mhe.. He will at the same time pre- stinvl -', st+f hec far" o-.t irtO th')-' w,-
serve his person and lighten the labors ter, an 1 :, vl,-w ob'inm.bie f:-on-
of the policeman Street accidents oc- many I'1"..' t3 of the hediadlad are of
cur to those who have no "sense of tturpassclc beauty.
traffc."-London Lancet. 'iTh,' rost$ distinctive fcat'urc' It Bor'di-
-ishera, bt -verer. is its wonderful gi'-wtli
Nithling ,on thel Market Equal to of date pai.,s, aud, the village is we)i
tC'hanberlain's Colic, Cholera and cll1'ted "tlheJei:cho of Ita!y." It is said
]Jiarrlhoea Romody. thI"ie ire fmore palms in and ar'ou;d
a lown t flo:- .t ;.-.-ra than in the whole of the
This fact, is well known to druggists ev- [Eo!y Lsqd. In whatever direction one
erywlhire, and i:ine out of tcni will give turn; for a view the fe-uthcrly I;alm
thuir customers this preparation when trees are interwoven with the land-
the best is asked for. Mr. Obe Wihimer, scalcpe. Their rich deep green standsn
a prominent drnggist of Jeplin, M\o.. in a out in relief trom the silvery back-
circular to his customers, says: '"There ground of the olive orchards, and, al-
iL nothing on the market in the wvty of though the orange arid lemon groves are
numerous, the waving palm branches
patent medicines equal to Chamberlain's rise abovethem all.
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Itenedy fo It is s~id that the first palms were
bowel coupla nts. WVe sell and recom- introduced in Bordighera by Dominican
mend this preparation," For sale by L. friarsa anoy centuries ago, but the cul-
M.Ware, St. Andrew and Bahylead and tivatioi~ on an extensive scale dates


Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf
STEAMSHIP C MANY -,


No. Donbt of Hlis honesty.
Deputy Sheriff and Chief of Police
Alt Church of Woonsocket w'as known
in his day as a man who was straight-
forward and blunt in all his dealings.
One day a grocer went to Alf for In-
formation about a certain Joe White,
who had applied for credit and a book
at his store, and the following dia-
logue ensued:
"Good morning, Mr. Church."
"Mornin'."
"Do you know Joe White?"
"Yes."
"What kind of a feller Is he?"
"Putty fair."
"Is he honest?"
"Honest? I should say so. Been ar-
rested twice for stealin' and acquitted
both times."
They Appeal to Our Sympathies.
The bilious and dyspeptic are constant
sufferers and appeal to our sympathies
There is not one of them, however, who
may not be brought back to health and
happiness by the use of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver T'ablets. These tab-
-lets invigorate the stomcah and liver and
strengthen the digestion. They also reg-
ulate the ,bowels. For sale by L. M, Ware.
St. Andrew and Bavhead and all medi-
cine dealers.

T, ;a'" l s t o!f .l:rtl,'?nity.
'A, V'' ,. (t.) (c:ptein of col
.7'a ,;'.o c' --I "ty. Thy'.'pson hias
:.,, --.:i.a,:;:,! you .o like anything abon'
_.it' ing .Joues iLto the Henley boat.
ile says the fellow's the biggest fool
ik the varsity. Captain-Oh! And what
did you say? Admiring Friend-Oh, 1
stuck up for you, of course, old fel-
low.-Punch.

Over=Work Weakens
Your Kidneys.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your
ipfi~"F' blood purifiers, they fil-
-- ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
If they are sick or out
.of order, they fail to do
S- their work.
Pains, achesandrheu-
S matism come from ex-
cess of uric acid in the
-- blood, due to neglected
kidney trouble.
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidney-
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
-)ut now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin-
.ing in kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
,nd the extiBordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
.,on realized. It stands the highest for its
.vonderf-l cures of the most distressing cases
*a d is sold on its merits
:y all druggists fifty-
:ent and onc-doilar siz-
s. Y-ou may have a
,ample bottle by mail Home of Swamp-Root.
;re,. al.io pamphlet telling you how to find
;t if ou have kidney or bladder trouble.
'i,,:ution this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
.Co.. inghamton, N.Y.
Don't make any mi-t:ike, but remem-
ber the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil-
mer's Swamnp-Ro)t, and the address,
Binghamton, N. Y., on every bottle.

The regard one shows economy Is
like that we show an old aunt who IU
to leave us something at last-Shen,
stone.

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LEAVE. GOING SOUTH. ARRIVE.
uesday, 8:30 p. in. Pensacola.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m. St. Andrew, Wednesday, 8:00 a. n
Wednesday, 2:30 p. m. Millville, Wednesday,110:00 a. n
thursday, 9:00 a. m. Apalaclicola, Thursday, 6:00 a. m.
Carrabelle, Thursday, 12:00 noon,
monday, 6:00 p. m. Mobile, Monday, 6:00 a. m.
LEAVE. GOING NOUTI. ARRIVE.
thursday, 3:00 p. W. Carrabelle.
riday, 11:30 a. m. St. Andrew. Friday, 2:00 a. m.
riday. 10:00 a. m. Millville. Friday, 4:00 a. nn.
Pensacola. Friday, 11:30 p. m.
P A.SSEn-CET-Er, I,A- _-RS.
Pensacola to St. Andrew and Millville, $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabulle, $7.50.
St. Andrew and Millville to Apalachicola, $5.00.
'ensaeola to Mobile, $2.50.
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A. H. B AKE ,

General Me c ha iidise!

SfAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES!


Cooking and Heating Stoves!

Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Etc.

UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES,

Burial Gaskets, Robes, Suits, Etc.

GIVE ME A CALL!





The Trading Post!

[Successor to B. V. VBrock.]

Headquarters for

Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Ready- Made Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Notions

and Hardware,

We Pay the Freight on all Goods except Flour, Meal
and Feed to any Postoffice on the Bay.

WE WANT YOUR CUSTOM.


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DEALER IN.


GENERAL MERCH ANISE .
Dry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries-

Notions, Provisions and Feed Stuffs.

Corner Washington Avenue and Bayview St.

I pay Cash for Goods and must de

a strictly Cash or Ready Pay

Business.


Thiis is in my l Pattrons' InIteest, as ivelf as ily owl].
Convince Yourself of this Truth.


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SHOES, GROCERIES, O CHEBIT


Ship Chandery Hardwar

Notions, Paints and Oils, Nets and Twines, Sa

Clothing, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishings.

MEN'S LADIES' AND BOY'S HATS.

Trunks and Valises.


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FISIH CAMI' SU1IP)LI ES, ETCr .
GENTS FOR All o8 SPECIAL ATTENTION
GE1\ AN.FOR.All Goods GIaE orN
AMERIOAN EXCEPTal G 0IV1t*N

1Iol & Wife 6o, Salt, Graon a F -
AN THING DLIVERE AT' SAMPLES .

ade in Iron. Any Postoffice Gladly Se4t.f


:I S' on tne Ba)! v ABlietion
Wif lill Compafy EE OTT--_5
S 1Ip Breech-Loading We Are
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woolsey's 12-Gaiig G1n iTSHOE ME

Bost Cooppr PaintO. Onlv $5.50!

C. E. BRACKIN & CO. -

For Fine Job Work, TRY THE BUOY OFFICE.


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office we will furish you a beautiful linis ed 14-kt. Solit Goldl Fount-
a it Pen, that costs at retail $1.50. The pen is complete with box ad
tiller and is fully warranted by the manufacturers and can be eturned to'
them if unsatisfactorv in any partlcula r..
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ST. AN DREW

PRICES CURRENT
()ROCERIIFS.
4ugar, o lb Tea, lb
Granitulated .... 61 He No....... 55
Coifee.. ..... 51. Gunpowder.. 40
Lt browin..... 5 Uncol' Jap.40-60
Coffee, Cond milk, call
Green.... 12@20 Unsweetn'(a. 10
Arbuckle,lIt 12-15 Sweetened. .... 10
Ginger snaps 316 25 Baking powder
raickers,soda 10 Royal........ 50
robacco, plug 20:60 Canpbell .....: 10
Raisins Canned fruit
London layers.8-15 Peaches.... 10a;0
Valenci* .... 8 Tomatoes ..... .8ia
l.ic, ....... 6j Apples........ 10
pples Pears ......... 15
,vaiporated... 1I. Plums......... 10
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot...... 10-20
Dowl Oil prgal....15 Strawherries... 20
gasolinee ... 2- 0 Pineapple .. 10-20
S ?Iolui, Sr'l." 50 Canned Meats
loe' .... 5' oast Beef... 12)
Tinegar.'.. 0 Corued Beef. .12,
Coeesg pr l.... 18 Chipped Beefl0-25
Butter .. .. 25-35 Lo ster..... 12).
Oleomargerine.. 18 Salmon... 10@15
bard ........ 7-10 Canned Vegetables
Beans.......... 5 Baked Ueans... 10
Oocoanut pkg... 10 Corn....... 10@15
Jelly,glaso 10ai02 Peas......... 10
Lime Juice...... 4. Pumpkin...... 12
Uggs per doz... '25
PROVISIONS.
t'lour 'ork
Star of S'th, 2.35 D. S. pr tlb... .II
Obelisk ...... 3.25 Bacon Sides.....12
Corn Meal prlu7O0-0 Fresh .... ... ai()
Oat Meal pr lb... 5 Br'kf'stBac'n 16-22
Corn perbu ..75ac,0e Ham cai v's'd 15-20
Potatoes Shoulders..... I
Irish.... ... 1 40 Beef
Early I'se eed 1.60 Corned ...... 8
Sweet..... 60075 Fresh........ 10
9 :lt, pr a k. . 00 Dried ......... 2.
Table ........ 5 Milk pr (lt..... 1 0
HARDWARE.
Sdiuls, uer bllt ,1 Ax.with ha undle. 75
Galv wire do.6a.1i Hoes,I e;ich ... .35a50
Manailla rope... al 20opper paiut, can 50
41,ove cook,. B.$I25 Linseed oil, gal5d60
Pipe, per joint 18
DRY <;OODS,
trrints, per yd. 5 Checks ...... R s 15
SIeeligs .. 5 a Flannel... .... 1540
Mnslin....... 9 ll Thlread per spool. 5
I ens ....... 15a45 Shoes, ladies $ln2 75
Etlra pants pat 225 Men's ... $1 10a300
M IS kCEI ,AN EOUC .
11 ,y plr cwt. .75al."5 Oats pr u ....... 60
r.........1.2 Brick p M...1.00
it,ipe Sisal ..... 7@9 Lime pr ilbl ...... 75
FRUIT and NUTS.
Oranges Ipr doz.. 45 Pecans r Ill..... 15
A pples... .. 15 Walnuts.... 2t0
L1molis ....... 20 Almonds ......... 15
SOYS'I'EIRS
l h- I lell prl,000 1.50 Opened pr 'it 15c
\: ,LIVE STOCK.
liorses.. $30al-0 cows ....... $15 4 :
* Males... $50a$175 Hogs.'... ..3 to $1
I"xen. p yoke $65 Sh0ep............. $2
S . 'OU'ItY
'-l ckenl sean-l 35'50) Geese eaicl 455(ia
Sys .... 75a .00 D) ck ...... 25a5"
SFISIH.
I esi Salt I
xi nlt. or do,. )5e Mullet pr hll 5.50


) upano pr t 10 .
- 1 It n'gotl ....... l *^ ;t
F .U ,I 0I ..
11. 1 3
Flioring,
l ,rt i; n ..$1t1. 0 He 1i4
Fac0o .. 12M lFace
Sap" ... 10,0() Sap
1)rop siding,
Heart lace InP 14.00 xl
SaPo 10.00 Finis
B"lir lumlier. 8@1 her
leart ,hligles, 2.50 Lath
Si4 I..54) Boat
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, it ... ..... b.,,)


C 0
, .. .$i 4.0
12. 12.0
10.00
Cla p1loards,
in.Wlnm ..191.00
thing lum-1
,d $1i2(a15.oo00
, 'y l ... .00*) I
iti.n...er,
'ed ... .$20


IIow's This'.'
We ofter One Huudred C; llars ard
for any case of Catarrh that Cann lie
cured hy Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Proys., T'oledo,O.
'We the undersigned, have known F[. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
nini perfectly honorable in all busiiners
transactions and financiially able to carry
out any obligations made h) their firLni.
West &Traux, Wholesale D uggists,
Toledo, O.
Walding, Kinuan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Oure is taken internally
acting directly upon the blood ai-d mu-
cous surfaces of the system. Price, 75c
per bottle. Sold by all druggists,
Take Hill's Family Pills for constipa-
tion.
Indirect Answers.
Yankees are said to answer one ques-
tion by another. Turks meet questions
by another sort of evasion, quite as ir-
ritating. Sir A. Henry Layard says in
his "Autobiography" that during a
journey .through Asia Minor he met a
Shepherd driving his flock.
I asked him how many goats he pos-
sessed.
His reply was, "As many as passed
by you."
"But," said I, "I did not count them.
How many are there?"
"The same number I took with me
to the mountains."
"But how many did you take to the
mountains?"
"As many as I had."
It was useless to inquire any further.
Passing a caravan of laden camels,
I asked one of the drivers whence he
caRme.
"From that side," was the answer,
pointing with his finger in the direc-
tion.
"But from what town?"
"The town is there," pointing again.
"But the name of the town?"
"It was toward Smyrna."
And so the colloquy ended.
This habit is derived from the sus-
picion entertained by easterners of
strangers, who are generally takenfor
government officials on some mission
Connected with taxgathering or other
business distasteful to the population.
Eind of Their Ensataement.
Gee--t was rather abrupt the way
Tom broke his engagement with Miss
Easy. Whiz--How did he do it? Gee-
He simply took her hand in his and,
clasping the diamond, said, "Ring off!"
-Philadelphia Inquirer.
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1'e I: rl- Uxe of Salntes... Ilo., i..,,ln' Plflt. a Snke".
To':-'. :.i i :,.. to b' thbe home on I A 111;, l se u .
l"' m: -<;,ct o ,-p :1-tl ," nd wil ,, .. ..) ckn' k
, lnit .. : . .. ii . -, b,,;- h, S.i"- b t!e: "' c im nion
a81: :. :; S l t. 0 '1 h the s:: ; j:: ;os r;: heilhog began
Ia. -:(. ue l: ti p:: t o' r ,-' Whii. ,-.: was
hi :. i-lnli g iu on ice Iji. t ha, ve i,-t' : I i street dd' t on) the road asleep.
' .i 'oi the earliest de, s5. iin The hog advrne'e,,Kl ca-utiously upon the
land they slihw Ce bone skLates vi:' reptile and se;:rwd its tall in its mouth,
were found in one of the monis of giving it a sharp bite. Then he quick-
which a Friesiand village was built. ly withdrew a few feet and, rolling
The skates were fastened to the feet himself Into a compact, spiny ball,
by straps passed through holes which awaited developments. The snake
were made in the bones. A Danish upon being thus rudely awakened
historian mentions the sport in 1134. turned in fury upon his antagonist,
The bone skates were also first used in striking the hog again and again with
England. A writer In his account of Its fangs. The wily hedgehog, secure-
the amusements of the young people of intren ;l it s armor,
London In the t'-..if.ih century men- rem ilu, i ri-fe ctly motionless all the
tions the fact that it was usual for while, nllowina- tl e snmlike to keep upl
them to fa:ien the leg bones of aui- the att ,ik At v tr, stro-ke t:he jaws
meals uuder th lsoles of their feet b. of tile S?:.Lko wl); !:I -:: ii;ed it.
tying them around their ankles; then, ti-e sp!"-s u!.t3'':'! i;t,. exImtst'd and
taking a )poleoshod with iron, they push- bleeding ~r i'.-tdot L ,f: on f i;-v,.;utds caus-
ed thelmslsvees forw-ard with great ra- ed by the ii~:Idle.;i.e spines of' the hug,
pidity by striking this pole into the ice. the sn:ile 1.,v u' ti .Ck. i l e .. Tils A
w.s evidet;) w- ,a;t th hl .', h 1o; \Vwal
A \ warning to Motiers. wal:ting for,. he ilninLeJiuiy proceed,
Too ninlch care cannot be used with ed to ro;l oxver tie s: (i:-e au.ain aud
nall children during the hot weatherof ugSni ui-l "e ia.l cliUple ciy disen-
he summer iontlhs to guard against bow- bowled hii victim.'"
I tIoubles. As a ruleit is cnly neecssarv A
ogive the child a dose ot castor oil to A A :ll-li:u pte P 1ano1.
o c a i d th A WVe+tst i.,ianh ,(\4 '.aptain was askedl
orreet any disorder of the bowels. Do.by his wife o oo at so pios
ot use any substitute, but give tie old- while I:e was in N-ew York. with a view.,
tslhioned castor oil, and and see that it : buLn-l i':,, urne. l(, wrote homa a s
Fresh, s raincid oil inause-tes and has a f''olvs: 1. "
Bndeincy to grinc. If this does not check- ""I sw oue tb :t I. thought would,
he bowels give Chainl erlainl's Colic, 'uit yon"'I-b ic valnt iull. strong
holera and Diarrhoea Remedy and tbhn Dul;::Iflcad, it'en=theleied fore and aft
3tl. iro.n frae. lineti with white
dose of castor oil. and the disease may wit'od and i nfa. ieglingu ith white
, .,il (nd !Mii;',i{g. Ringing steel -ire.
e checked in it inicipieiinc and all dan- :able oI n tle riatlincs ant whiipped
ded. Ti .xo-le on thO raloli les and whipped
er avoided. The castor oil nd this rein- '-'e on the lower st::ys and heavier
dy should be procured at once and kept *.', ,'-r-< Pla:tvyirlg pti l of steel and
etad for ilsltaut lire as soo9 as the first ve!ll drlien Lhome. L usthl of taf'fraii
idication of any liowel tronlile appears. '''r I, '' : 'oot o:1 in'i; breadth of
'his is tle most successful treatment '::! t :ity-e. lt in!' :s; depth of
niowii and nmay he relied uphn with im- 01od1 fotl'c n iltches. I[itchms can be
.ti.' .,e5 d.,;lzl ;(giidlt 1en-yll ear'-old
lic.t confidence even in cases of chooleria .t o t l-yar-old
r';:.V'4"* t:" <*;,I! ;.>L- cl'citVtd iitjSlia d sheeted
iHitutllll. For saleblv L.. Wa ie, St. ( :1 ci iup and entae
()'( f 1 ir 'i first chis. minltruiaeital
drew an( lId.iytiead and all medicinee ci,>- .',"
e1 I r3.S.

Hla Smart Trick. \I (.;; :"-"I.' i;:; r-. ri'tu'r n';s about
"I suppose there cames to every man ; ; vi "Tho
desire to do something smart oil an ga( ::; r, .b-t i gan by
acaslon," said the drummer as a sigh b. " ,. 1.!.' mu'g will
ook the place of his smile. N cn any
"Well, such aides me to me I :,, ',. ,. :. :! ; wv;ic-h grows
'as leaving a certaln southern city aft- -.. ,.. .
r a week's stay. The waiter at my tn- r .. . :,: ).. a mn-
le had called me generall' and been at :..: ::. ;i;r ..v :.;. i loud
great pains to care for me, and 1 aI de ,., ; ,, i, [ain't you
p my mind to recv-ard hlm ,iwith a aive ... .,, .,-' ..


dollar bill. It was a counterfeit willb
which I had been stuck, but I thought
it would be the biggest kind of a joke
to work it oft' oi Bob.
"I had got a hundred miles away
when I was arrested oil a telegram for
passing counterfeit moncy, and wh ci
taken back I was arraigned in a United
States court and had to give bail and
appear on three different occasions. I
had a lawyer and other expenses, lost a
good three weeks altogether a'nd just
escaped prison by the skin of my teeth.
In addition to this I had to make good
to the waiter, who sorrowfully shook
his head when he received the money
And said:
"'I's sorry for you, ginnral, but dis
may be de means of savin' your coq-
temptible soul from the gallus! '"-At,
lanta Constitution.

A Mel'nr .Avlt.lllife.
'"'r. skIln:ner'," sri the fir;ily phy-
i-c.'n. "] '',nst .posi'iive!y refuse to' un.
Je-'trke to cure you unless you promise
solemnly to obey me."
"I solemnnly promise," replied the
sick Iiani.
"Very wnP!1. Now, first of all, give me
your check in full for my last bill."-
Philadelphia Presis.


BEST- FOR THE

BOWELS
If you haven't a regular, healthy movement of the
bowels every day, you're ill orwill be. Keep your
bowels open, and be well. Force, in the shape of
violent physic or pill poison, is dangerous. The
smoothest, easiest, most perfect way of keeping
the bowels dlear and clean is to take
CANDY
CATHARTIC .


EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Pleasant, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good, Do
Good, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe; 10, 25 and
50 cents per box. Write for free sample, and book-
let on health. Address 433
Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN



W H, PARKBER,


Real Estate Aget,

PARKER, FLA.,

Is prepared to list property
for sale and pay taxes or
collect rents for non
residents.
Terms Reasonable.

LAMBERT M. WARE.
LAMBERT M, WARE. JR.
L M, WARE& SON,
Dealers In and Agents for the
Sale ot

Real Estate.
Taxes Paid an'1 Rents Collected
for Non- Re idents.
St. Andrew. Fla.


C. D. KNOWLES'

Barber and Hair Dress-

ing Parlor,

Commerce Ave. East of Buoy
Office,
fl f Everything new, peat and
clean and patrons given the mns
cou teous and careful attention.


Lemons as Medicine

Their Wonderful Effect
on the Liver, Stomach,
Bowels, Iidneys
and Blood.
Lemons are largely used by The
Mozley"Lemon Elixir Company, in
compounding 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 Fatal Diseases.
WOMEN, for all Female Irreg-
ularities, will find Lemon Elixir
a pleasant and thoroughly reliable
remedy, without the least danger of
possible harm to them in any condi-
tion peculiar to themselves. 5oc
and $I.oo per bottle at
ALL DRUG STORES

"One C Dose Convinces."
niue;i Aoire i'ow'eri'al.
Professor Snmih was once lecturing
on natuirl philosophy, and in the
course of Ihs experiments he intro-
duced' a imoso't i)werPil magnet, with
which he at trritecd a block of iron from
a dista;:ce of tvwo.fe',t.
"C''n any of y.')-Y acive -a B'C"ater1
ttral ii v I ~' ;vr", ''''" ti'r.i:li.er l the lee-
Lure;, wiih in ;r of' triun.h.
"I c :;," a-::rw:\;:i vc> ;o fiero-. t1hi

"act a nut-:.1i t rre' trhla ohi< .-
'Ye i ',''< <
The I'rti'ct -" s.),i"'-h:it pnz',;.le cr:a!-
ic' 'i (-i he lr'i.n llN h.ud spoken to

T.en : "e "' ,: 'uin y o'-,c'yrl .y \
S i, .> } '" I u' ;V you fltA '"pi'
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Over
250,000
Pleased
Customers
ShIlliments
una 1oxc-s. ZfrNo
Mank.'i, tluo I-
cate uontents.


11YEAR 0


3S IADE BY H0t%
Noam CARiLINA P


ilersitji
Mrs. \ ither'-|,ol Apal
alter \isitlin in St. Atil'nrew
sist.ri, lis. Capt.' W, A.


(chlicllIa,
with her
Hill, for


hOii(e ieekh, returned to her hioui at
Apalachicola, on the T, irpoll.
L. E. Barnhill and two sons, drove
in with team from Troy, Ala., arriv-
ing here Sunday afternoon. They
came to look at the Bay and its sur-
roundings and may purchase proper-
ty before returning-^ their home in
. Alabama.
C. M. Casey reitnt ed Saturday af-
ternoo oil the Incy -L. from i enisa-
ctlia where lie wottL (t ee'll'e a coin-
ipeted equipment, lfolthe alo he is
,uildiiig on Blayvirw ;'tieri, north of
\;lusin''toni avenuee. A iIng tho ac-
qni,-iticir i.- .i a 0. hl'.su "I .. i fn'gine
vw ilh a.1 Iic e..-_. ili hal 1 li i. etc.
lor ila ,iiitg In .ain lIr -ci vice.
M hr. C(a-,\ i- i;lling llo .1 l, I, r an
exte.tsis e .,iih'lll,?eir a'j It I t 1I O beC
hoped t 1hit lIe J pl0,1e i)f,!c(. .Milrews
liayuwill h Iiuw ilii' t ffpi tatei in bl)
giving hini g(netlulu nor'.

; A "Fly j'? c. 1" "-"'-
A p~rorlln at r;i;tf'a ofti.:irl ic'l ll :'.
an tind. rgnr -ic ..e.l e at .ol -.: 1[.Ilkin-
universi I n:.: :e a dri-ie.I h'' it a
banquet of railway meni in Daltimore,
to wLich be ihad be~n in'.l .i't hei;. l,:a s-
of his i .innacy wlith the sou' of the
president of : (.'ert:!l' i6 ::.1.
As there \wee nh)[ mnWal:. ge3sts the
toastm:asln t e:' ca;lo: i!ij.ii h '.; 'o' 'peec- e -
Whilie the 0]1":' c hla:l ho\d lhei s- F\
the tonlst::i t ri.ir-, titl.inLg ,to 4h' yiunll.
student, s:ill~:iv .-.ggt':e ht .he
niake a ;is.lt tak.. T.H' g'ue'fs io-ked
symt,'letic;.!.. at t! yoni n rel'lowv.
but h i lroia-;e- ,-ith perf4et sRt f po.f-se
sin nit ;aid: ,:
(Ge~.enmein Umy pa.-i n jist now re-
1inildl n of a {to:-v. .
"'A fly ot oi (l the e:-r of &, bull. For
somle3 ri'.-IAin (entir,.lv u.unkowi to the
fly lhi bull i..: I,!. hr begil i to tear
dowil the ro>:'.d tt A terrific rate, leav-
ing a suffocat:;g trail oflust. lie was
snorting and roirhl' Ing in a most fero-
cious n:aoiupr whei the fly whispered
'in the 1iu!i's eir:
"'Gee! Ain't we raising an awful
lot of dust and noisee?,
"An;. .t'l' lIen.'" ticdded the under-
grad'.c.ate, "f int Snay that in the
u'idist of all this wit'and eloquence to-
night I feel very much iike that fly."

nav It Strnck Joe.
Joei wa.t the l;nauI of a servant em-
loy-ce d for many- yers by Clarence
King, the emiunelt geologist. Joe's life
xwis e\vild(ntly In.b hs work, ain he
J i:;.'d of all things In thle world by
tLer' r ,lat-ions to.it. In "King's Me:n-
.I-s-" tli:s anecdote of Joe's point of
i v g:ven: .' "
At a .: f tldi.;lli* ao0u1ntry seat, with
Igo,! ermrvalts' a emr odations, ample
fa-ii.:cs for blaen gboots and brush-
!;g c;(hilng,. Werlrimmed lawns and
;- ori, ,sooeiety was in paradise,
hut experience ie rauddy or dusty
wilierness half ralysed his' useful-
ir-s iiud v."l)lll l--,.rI,'-'.l hls enjoy-
fI It. t .-
;:i one I',,-'aloih, attended by this.
ann only, aiI:'; i- l.i.e his way to the
(G'-and (Canyon of the Colorado and
stood for a time diumh upon ,tts brink,
overwhelmed by Ibe vastness and the
glory of the seenid.' At last It seemed
to him that he niust speak, and as he
turned away he said:
"Well, Joe, how does'it strike you?"
"It's no place for a gentleman, sir,"
was the ieply.

SA Runia' Custom.
"That nmxn," sali. the photographer,
'owe s 6. "2) for a dozen cabinets. I
wish I dared to treat him as he would
be treated 'itn ussla.
"In Rustu a if you don't pay your pho-
tographer',s bill he ,hapgs your picture
in his wifniow 'ulialde down. Every
RucsIan: Photographer's window hna
five or six of these reversed picture
in it, and t;ere is ,nlwn :. a little crow(;
of people butsidg cranipg their neck;
and saying:
'Oh, that is Vastl'Ponoffisky. Won':
he be': is'm:::r~.I' "'And look at Ainn"
O:lnsky. You'd think shIe'd be rbhl ti
pay.' 'I3 that .-.'nI 'G(g;ol there? I
c'.ert;; inly is. VWh':~1 apity:' '
"U'.' psinn i l'"-* ;1 k-; ' thal'k:- tif,
th 's ,-ilu e -.F. **.h i i f t 'f."1 .... !" '; 'e f', -'
'unpa:i!d l>;;:r n' ,',niv l'..,.ir *',.-rbalKj w ;
tI I ,e e'o'"e: hi'"g, ('h:,-;'l.l

SMy spark may r:,.w greater by kin.
dling my brother's taper.--Jeremy Tay
lor. '


A little foretlhoui i;.lt nay save you no
end of troultle. Aimoue wh,' makes it a
rule to keep Chamildi'si' Colie, Cholera
arir Jainfi enI-R iylig 1lji|jr a Nd '-n'Pwli
tiis to be a Ia,'l. For sale iy I.. M.. Ware,
St. Andrew and B9 li heai anl all Inedicine
dealers. ''

PA R l-ias
HAI R13ALSAM
C- e..t a :d"benutiiies the hair.
N~~vrI 'F11ain to rt Gray
Ha r it Its c'IL. "' Color.
Ct -re t*alp d'ac. Z t1 har htllieg.
f fflcPt l.u.nt Uniggirt
L
i olic, Cholera and
'asiiunenaizQ DiarrhOea Remedy.
Never fails. Buy it now. It may save life.


ONE FULL QUART OF

HI~SKEY IFRES

Wo kno, the meaning of word nf ,ll i lo as we say. We
ealim to be the lowest-prieed V lrs-ry Heuse and the
Sargeat Mal Order Whiskey Coneeh in the South. All the
lorthlt C-(nlna Whiskey we sell saugood-there's no bad.
People here wouldn'tadulterate if they Vbw how-they are too
honest! Most whiskey sellers are nortedor mieing, bleendiin arnd
watniing. W.e aell more genuine did waskey and less water than
a Liquid Joyl lot's made by honest people in the mountains of
North Calia, in old-style opp stills, just a t was made by
~our grandfathers. First,-rate whiskey i bold at M6.00 to $6.00
1LD peirgallon.but it's notany better than'laeper'a 11 YearOld." It
and the Peoplea' National Bank and the Pliedmont Savings Bank
of this cty will tell you our word s good. To introduce this old,
honest whiesey, we offor four Full Quarts of *'Ca1spr' 11
Year Mld"-two sample bottles, one l] one 18 year old-a cork-
screw and a drinking glass-all for $2.902. If $5.90 is sent we
will dourie the above and put in free One Ful Quart Extra.
We have ,iie of this whiskey only 7 years old, and will send five-
gallon keir for $10 or will furnish twen y.fWl quart bottles on re-
ceipt of $11 and give free corkscrew Inkng glasses and sam-
ples, making this whiskey cost loss ta per gallon delivered.
We ship in plain boxes with no mark indicate contents, and
Prepay all Express. Buyers West xas, Kansas, Nebraska
-and Dakote must add 20 cents per quain a.
4 rST THE CACO. (Inc.)
eOPL m 952 C pr Bldus. INlsy N-SALM, N. C.


A Hr HPARKER & CO.,

S l--:.k A R FFLA.
This falling of yo:.r hair I
Stop it, or you will .oon be
bald. Give your hair some DaI 0i I Uelueal Ml i liu
Ayer's Hair Vigor. The fall-
ing will stop, the hair will v rriPs. ronvisins
y OAS OO~lI ,FOISiORSl .i


Hair Vigor

grow, and the scalp will be
clean and healthy. Why be
satisfied with poor hair when
you can make it rich?
My hair nearly all came out. I then tried
Ayer's Hair Vigor and only one bottle stopped
tho falling. New hair came in real thick and
Jist a little curly."--Mas. L. M. SMITH,
Saratoga, Y.
Fj1.u a bottle. J. C. AYER CO.,
All druggists. for owel, Mas.


Thick Hair


mI'll


.civ i-illice' C:invlttten Novel.
,inelrail Lew Wallace had In mind an
.;ieri'-uan novel. lie once said that it
l;i it lutcnon uto write this story
S .,. i ,, ..- I i' L mA.r

,i, n;:c-!:mi; l'sh w "v I..f'l things t.
: :.. c'o.i,. '; :;.'ho;'t tii-i&. '11-3 he_'o was
,, 4 i, r+.;.<'.,, A.Ul;.e,:t-anil who ii&ved for
ar..,. s i. E', ,,e t'n in Auatra.'
i, ii .'. an. ia S.'uLth A.mu'rica
td v,') l.- : n- a'te.' yt-a-n of wander
;' i n,\;'.J'u t.3 his o' u country only to
t, ,,1;: ;n >tau h is journey, n vll ,er
Si .fic1,l ni(, e L;:ippvy, th;e spiclt of lui:
:i ;n itl..n him and the childlik- de-
-"c to '- ti hOW- scCies. In (ac:ih of
!i's;e .o:lnturi':s his hero was to iClcm-
lsh vwoith,' d0e-d.n, and vihen hlie re-
tuL'ln to1 his own country It is with the
intention o( leading the life of a son of
he soil, but his hero finds he cannot do
.o. The story would have been sugges-
ilve of "The Wandering Jew," wlil the
element of religious controversy elimi-
nated.-Success.

Public is Arousedl.
The public is aroused to a knowledge
of the curative merits of that great'
medicinal tonic, Electric Bitters, for
sick stomach, liver, and k.dneys. Mary
If. Walters, of 546 St. Clair ave., Co-
lumbus; 0., writes: "For several
months, I was given up to die. I had fe-
ver and ag'ue, my nerves were wrecked;
[ could not sleep, and my stomach was
so weak. from useless doctors' drugs,
that I could not eat Soon after begin-
ning to take Electric Sitters, I obtain-
ed relief, and in a short time I was en-
tirely cured." Guaranteed at A. HT
Brake's store. Price 50ec.

Notice to Creditors.
In Court of ihe County Judge, Slate o
Florida, Washington County.
In re' E.tate of LamIlbe't M. Ware.
To Nll creditors, Legatees, Distributees
ai.d all Persens having Claiint or dc-
niands against said Estate:
You and cat II of you arclherelb noti.fed
aid required to present any claims and
demands which vou or either of you may
Ihve against the estate of Lambert M.
Ware, deceased late of Washingt',Ai
C'nintv, :Florida, to the ur.dersigncd ex-
ent(ior0-of aid estate, within two years
f,-onithe date hereof
Dated at St. Andrew, Florida, August
21st, A. D. 1905.
LYDIA E. WARE,
LAMBERT M. WARE.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTEIlIOR.
Land Office at Gainesvillc, Fla.
July 17, 1905.
Notice is merely given that the follow-
ing-namned settler h: a filed notice of his
intention to make cominutation proof in
support of his claim, and that s id proof
will be made before the clerk of the cir-
cuit court at Vernon, Fla, on Sept. 20,
1905, viz.:
A N DREW MEEKS, of Fountain, Fla.,
lid. 33527 for the nr of nw1' swi of nw.i
and nw of swj of sec. 2, tp. In r. 12w.
TIe name the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
1. McLemore, J. B. lcLemoro, M.
W.Nixon, S. G- N. Brooks, allof Fount-
ain, Fla. W. G. ROBINSON, Register
BF'Editor's fee paid.
NOTICE FORI :UBL1CATIO.
DEPARTMENT OF TIlE INTERIOR.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
Aug. 14, 1905. ^
Iotice is hereby given that the follow-
ing named settler has filed notice of hi-
intention to make final pioof in.suppoit
of his claim, and that said proof will Ibe
made before the clerk of the circuit court
at Vernon, Fin.. on Sept. 20, 1905, yiz.:
SAM LEWS, of' Anderson, Fla.
Hd 33586for Ihe w1t of sNt4, en of sw,
and nw of sei of sec. 14, tp. Is, r. 14w.
He nameas-the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, via.:
Willis LTis"itter, Pator Ilhobby, David
Hobby aind George B.irlr., all of An-
derson, Fla. W. G. ROBINSoN, Register.
ij'Editor's fee paid.
Iowv It AffectM Tbhenm.
An Alpine guide who hias had many
years' experience in mountaineering
thus describes the behavior of differ-
ent nationalities when they get to the
top of a peak.
A German,.he stys, as soon as he ar-
rives at the top wants to know the ex-
act heihtr-ot the mountain he is on and
of every peak around him.
A Frenchman goes into raptures over
Sthe wildness of the scenery and the
beauties of nature and sometimes ac-
cdmpanies bhs remarks by an attempt
to embrace his guide.
The Englishman, when he has "done''
his peak. plungsc his ice ax into the
snow, looks aromid him lnd then says.
"I say. op(en thile baskets and tIt's have
somnethin! to eat." i


Lensth of the I, Lw.
The P!i':;r' "'ii Ilm;:4*th orf th? ]nw"
owe". It rign k) the enormon, l"',gL
of foue ofi the p;arch;no.(t rolls upr;
whl'ch 1e anclit-; s:tftutca of (;reA<
lri ia n were inscriled. The lrpe:len
d-- Official title of the "ir:1st'r of tUi
rc!s'' is a reinilndl'r of this :incient ens
tolm. Son.e flint idea of the Iulik of
the English records ,nny le obi1'-:iled
from the fact that a single statu;li, the
land tax commissioners act, pai. e.1
a the first year of the reign of Georige
IV., measures whon unrolled ipvward
SofC 900 fet!.


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LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R R
In Effect April 14, 1901
NEW OR LEANS AN 1) M10 bi11, .
No 4 No, 2 No. No. 1
12:35 n' 11:05 p.m. Leave Pensacola, Atr-ve 5:00 ) a.. 4:0 p.n
2:22 I. in 1:02 a.m. Flomaton, Leave 2:33 a m. 2:30 "
4:22 2:55 Mobile, 12:30 n'n 1:25 "
8:25 '' 7:30 New Orleans, :00 ) p.m. 9:30 a m.


NORTH.


INo. 2
11:05 p.m.
6:15 a.ul.
11:59 "
2:30
7:20 "
7:20 p.


No. 21
Daily.
11:55p.m.
12:15 n't
12:20
12:23,"
12:35 "
12:39 '*
1,2-50 "
12':58 '
1:30 a. m
1:55 ('
2:20
2:33 "
3:00 "
3:23 '
4:0 "
4-18 "
4 :-IC
5:00 "
5:08
5:33
6:00
6:20 '
7:00
7:40 '
7:50 '
7:58
8:15 TT .


No. 4
2:35 p. in. Leave
6:30 Arrive
9:12 "
8:50 a.in
11:59 "
1:30 p.m.


PENSACOLA
No. 3,
Daily.
7:00 a m. Lv
7:13
7:16 "
7:18
7:25 "
7:28 "
7:33 '-
7:39 "
3:15
8:30
8:38
8:56 "
9:10 "
9:35 "
9:44 "
9:57 ",
10:10 "
1t,:15 "
10:30
10:47
11:07 "
11:25 "
11:45 "
11.42 '1
12:02n'n
12:15 Ar


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Moontgoniey
Birminghamn
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No. 1
4:00 p.m.
11:15 a.m.
8:33 "
b:15 p.m.
6:00 "
4:10 "


No. 3
5:00 a.m.
9:35 p.m.
4:05 "
2:45 a.m
1:15 ).m.
8:55 "


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Miltou
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Crestview
Deer Land
Mossy Head
DeFuniak Sprines
Argyle
Ponce de Leon
Westville
Caryville
Bonifay
Ch;plcy
Cottondale
Marianna
Cypress
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Sneads
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A curious effect of the wear and
tear to which the earth's crust Is ever
being subjected Is exhibited in the sin-
gullarly capped pinnacles existing on
South river, In the Wasatch moun-
tains, in Utah. There are hundreds of
these slender pillars, ranging in height
from 40 to 400 feet, most of them
crowned by large caps of stones. They
are not works of human art, as might
be imagined, but are the memorial
monuments of the hill from which they


No. 2
Daily.
A 10:50
10:37
10:3-
10:;2
10:23
(i0:21
10:15'
10:10
,9:95
0:20
s:13
8:55
8:40
8:18
7:44
7:29
7:17
7:12
6:55
6:37
6:18
6:00
5:38
5:32
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Daily.
6:30 p. m
6:06 "
6:01
5:57
5:45 "
5:40 i 4


4:35 "
4:11 "
4:00 "
3:34 "
3:16 "
2:43 "
231 "
2:13 "
1:55 "'
1:49 "
1:27 "
1:04 "
12:38 ni
12:14 '"
11;45 a in
11:22 "
10:50 "
10:20 a. mr


have been cut by 'the actipu of io f
and water. Those pinnacles alone re-
mantu of many square miles of solid
rocks, which have bcecn washe'i aw y
to a depth of sonic 400 feet. t
grentflr lhnrt'nr'- of the uurfnce htiti
causnR' it to rem:oit (' i,'o)i0o;i niore t!hilit
the lln.,ro yt'.l roc.;, Is, 1'I ) r;I 'in IiU.
caps of Ftonoe hp:rcl':, l:'!h I;1 ir on
the points of their cul!rnc;l'. 0ne 1 oit-
tie colm:n. cnl'p,,'l Iby a i s;tifle ,i'rtr,
forms a natural bridge both uuiqu'
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.hl,.win all thie umr importa:
buiildiigs--is ,. great, value to ant
,one eit'inmplting pnur'hliih' pro
; e;ty in town. It covers about for
I.: niles of coast line, eQ\cl1indnlg eas
WHI'H firm rl)i ',h Poirt to and cil
S' I" ( Tl1'S .. A ni. rews, witlr co
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ANCiLE\V S BAY COUN PRY,
Showing all tlie I u.Is disposed of 1e
the Cinlcilinati I .oip'niity, atso local
It'rrisoi, P l i<'r, I 'ronlantont all
adlj-.'ellnt ounlty. The ]iat of t
lits is not lshwn. but by the aid
thi uitmip the approximate hlocadion
aiy lt i- easily deterthined. Pri
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Our Clubbing List.
The '111 ''fY hits rnadb very Ihliralcl'i
liing art-u. -. h.i I" with a ew of the ve
toes l lll" ti:u i, in the countryy and f
he present cau setInd for a whole yea'"
Vhe hI;t:UY and
Det"roit Free- rrcss (twice-a-iweek
a}vtd Year t ook) ............ f.
T'lh Frl. 'r. &, t% itizAen, daily for $,
d1o Senmi weekily,forylI
-(,;n wi, ,'i'- A O" 'ictai *' ..... 3
Parmneran. F'ruirt 'row r" ... '
FVloida Agric-ultrist ... .2
dot ciuh of ., eacl i ... 9
Farm Jtoulrala,I lid'a, monthly I
i.' i nntii i II-.'- I rco r twicot m a wveEt
8 large jp;g, s each issue. ..... I
S AlIt lant aton:: t itu t ion ... I
N. V. World (litrii"' wp: k),,.... -
T he u ,.,,,,,. "..l l ...i ......... I
Thle C tri itrioni. . ..... .. t
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LEGAL NOTICES.

Notice ot Application Ior Tax ieed
Undlr Section 8 f Chapter 4888
L aws ot Floridt.
Notice is hereby given that G.. TL
Thompnsn, purchaser of Tax Cert ficate
No dated the f(th day of July, A. D..
1903, has filed said certitieate iiny my rttl.'
and has made application for a tax deed
to iFsne in accordance with law. Said
certificate emrnraces the folli? ili de-
scribed property i tuated in \l asliiigton
county, 'loridn, to-wit: The swi of the
nwi and the nw} of the sw/4 and the se./'
of the sw, i of section 18, tp. 3a, r. 13w.
The said land being assessed at the date
fthe issuance of snch clli lt licae in the
name of Johliua Menge. Unless said cei'-
tificate shall be redeemed according to
law tax deed will issue thereon on tihe
31st day of August., A. n.. 1.905.
Witness my official signature and seal
L. s this the 29th day of lulv, A D.,
1905. W. C. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Court,
WaTliington County, Floridi.

Notice of Application for Tax
Deed
Under Seltion 8 of i'hapt. r 4888 Laws of
Florida.
Notice is hereby given that J. N.
U3rock, purchaser of Tax Certificates Nos.
70 aind 72, dated the fitti day of July, A.
j. 1903, has filed s id certificates ill my
office, and ha. made ;apcDDialion or tax
deed to issue in accordance with law.
i~aid certificate cmlubrces the following
described piop rty, silha.it.d in Wa.hi.g-.
11 .if ~r I .o .'. r of t. Young lot section 2,
tp. 4n, r. 16w, 1 acre assessed as prop. of
-Vidonia Lenten, and lot commencing 105
feet s of nw corner of swi 0o. se imd
rimlling to a iobh at nw corner of ('a \ill
Sibsoon's land; thence w to point of 'ieein-
ning, swi of sc< of see 2, tp 4 I, r 16 w.
Thle said hind being assessed at the date
of the issuance of said certificate in he
name of Edward :-'1:rter. Uiiless said
cee-tificates shall be redeemed according
to law, tax deed will issue thereon on lihe
31st day ot August, a 190s.
WVitncsa mny official signature aid seal
LL. s.] this the '2 day of July, A. i).
1905 W. (. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circrit Court
of Washington County, Florid .


Notice of Application for Tax
Deed
UnideT Section 8 of Cnaptcr 1i-- Laws of
Florida.
Notice is hereby giVen that E. F. Tay-
lor, purchaser ol Tax Gcritficate No. 8,
dateu the 6th day of 'ulv. A.' in'., 19013, has
tile said certificatein my (olli.. and hais
mnsde application f',r lax deed to isse in
acc.ridaie with law. Said certificate emn-
br:iccs tlhe t allowing desce ilbed property
situated in Wahiington cuniit, Florida,
to-wit: T'he el( of tihe inwl4' aid the ec .
of thle swi4 of see. 7, tp. 41, r-'2 w 'i,
said lind heiiig asse sod at the date of
the issuance of such certificate in the
name of Unknown. Unless said certifi-
eate shall lie redeemed according to law,
tax deed will is uo thereon on the 31st
day of August, A. D. 1905.
\Witnes- my official signature a'nd seal
[L. s.] this the c 2d day of July, A 1.
1905. V. CO LOCKEY, .
Clerk Circuit Couir'.


Notice of' Application for Tax
Deed
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of
Florida.
Notice is hereby.given that Daniel Wil_
lianis, purchaser of Tax Certificate ND.
37, dated the (Gth lay of July, A, D; 1J03.
has filed sail certificate in my oflice, and
has made application for tax deed to is-
sue in accordance with law. Said certifi-
cate embraces the following descriLcd
properly situated in Washington county,
Florida, to-wit: The uwi of the swj of
sec. 4, tp. 3 ni, r. 14wv.. 40 acres more or
less. 'The aid land being assessed at the
date of the issuance of such certificate in
the name of Ulnknown. Unless said cer-
titiicate shall be redeemed according to
law. tax deed will issue thereon on the
31,t day of August, a. I. 1905.
Witlles imy official -ignature and se-ia
11. s.l this the 24th day of July, a. n.
1 !)95.
W. C. LOCKED,
Clerk Circuit 3Jurt,
of Washington County, Florida.
Notice ot Application ior Tax
l)ecd
Under Section y, Chapter 4888 Laws of
'l rida.
Notice is herelv giv, that J. A. Mlc-
IKeithen, purchaser of Tax Cert iicate No.
94,dated tie 6lth d-ty of July, . A1. i9t3.
It is iled said certiich ate in imNy Illiec, aind
has made a !plication for tax decd to is-
sue in accordance witlh law. Said cer'iti-
cale embriaces the following dcscriled
pro4.rtly situated in VW'shingion county.
Florid to-w-il: One hlitldr-ed (100) acres
in tIsh so corner of the sei tof section 2(;
tp 2.,, r I4w. The s 'id land being ascos-
ed at the date of the issuance of such
ccrlifi'ati: in the nanmn of Johnl iller. Un-
Icss staid ccrlilicale lu ll be redeemed acv-
cording to law, t'x deed wiil issue there-
Utn (,n t e 31st day of Auigust.,,A.D. 1905.
Witness mIv l1. I l sigiiature atnd seal
-,, 1 thlis !he 2lth day of 'luly, ii *0J.
W. (". [fOCKm' Y,
Clerk Circuit Couri,
Vt'a- ii l to' i ounty, F1
Noi0ti- of Apiie.;tiotl for TIax
I)eeid.
UHiler Section S of (C.'t:er I"' Laws ol
F lo-rida. -
SNiice is "borerl, given that J.; C
Gwatt e)y, p"ur-chrv;,s r uf TPix 'C,'t.i'lielt
No. 11-, dated the .thi day ofJm lya. T)
1 '.:,. has filed said certificate in my office
A.iil has Ilade application fur tax deed 1t
insisu in acco-daince with law. Said cer-
tificale Ciemlracce. the following da'sirihci
property situatted in Was ington conti-ty
Ilui;, ,, to-wit: Lots 12, 13 and 14 bloek
1, ssw, sec :- ;. tp *s, r J,5 '. The sail(
land being assessed at the datoofthe is.
suancle of such certificate in .lie inaiie o
;Unknown. Unless said certificate shal
be redeemed according to law, tax de(
will iissne iihereon oi the 31st day of Au
guist A. 1915.
Wi'nIies my official signature nid sea
[L. s.I this the 2-Ith day of July, A.1)
1 )1,. W.O. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Court
of Wa. mliniIin County, Florida.


I-


.h Ntico orf Application for f'ax Deed
"' Under Seutioin 8 of Chapter 4888
,or Laws tf Florida.
Notice is hereby ,given that Jackson
Shcpard, purchaser of Tax Certificate No.
24, lated the 6(th day of July. A. D. 1903.
has filed ..i-l certificate in my office, andt
8 has made 'ppliLci on fur tax deed to is-
L5 sue in accordance with law, Said certifi-
5 cate embraces the following described
i uoroperty situated inl Washington county,
'3 Florida, to-wil: The n of the sw1 of nw -
of section 16, tp 4n, r. 13w; 20acres. The
I said land li;iig assessed at the dste of the
issuance (1 (.' ceerlificate in thie namrn
oI T. L. Garfieid. Unless said certificate
4- shall be redeemed *i,..,o',l.' to law. tax
7" deed will issue thereon on the 31st day ot
7 .\1,.,,.(. A. D. 1905.
501 Witinss my official signature and seal"
I.- [i. s.1 this .the 21l.h day of *July, A. u.
oii l',N.. W.C ILOCK E Y,
Clerk (ircuit Court,
Vasi; ntuo Cou uty, c lorida.


I


LEGAL NOCTICES.

NOTICE FOlR PUBLT' ;ATION.
1 )EPAR 'TMENT O0 TiRi' INTERIOR.
Laud Office at Gainesville, Fla. (
July 31, I l.,i )
Notice is hereby iiven that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to in.ike fin ilproof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the clerk of the
circuit court at,Vei non, Fla., on Sept'.
20th, 1905, viz:
WALTER A. PINCKNEY of Bayhbad.
Florida,
fld :.'.' .; for the el of se.o so- of r.e- of
sec. 21, and the swi, of swi of see 22,
twp Is, r. 13vw.
IHe names tho foil'.- ,,-- witnesses to
1)rove his continuous residence upon
and cultivtiion of saiid iand, viz:
T. L. Mashburn, J. L. Mashburn, ;J.
M. Mashburn, G. W. (Grooms, all of
lahyhead, Fla,
W. 1O OBINSON. NLegister,
7'i["l:]iijtlUrri f'le Dai
N Ful -Lt I-'T.IBLICATIO2N.
1it r. r, r-i t: iir. 1 : ou T1" ..l
Land Office at G ainesville, Fla.)
Ang. 14, 1905.
Notieh is hereby given thint the foll.. -
ing intmed sct lcr has filed tutice of .,
intentioii to make filal proof in suppolr: ..
his clann, and that said proof will he mai.l
before tha clerk of the circuit court .,:
Vernoni, Via., on Sept. 20,1905, viz.:
1:.I IN i-E..'t rEfli of Anderson, Fla.
Hd 33607 for the swiv of of sec. 7, tp I
P. .13w.
He names the f...],m ioii ntnesses t..
prove his contiuuou- ;i ir...' u jou a .ll I
cultivation of said labd, viz.:
Adam Gainer of Econfina, Fla., Cal' ;ii
Midott, David Hobby and Sam Lewis *,I
Anaerson, Fin.
.W. G. RoIilsos, Register.
V1 EH.liiir's fee paid.
Notice of Aipplication for Tax
Deed
I'nder Section 8 of Chapter I -, Laws of
Florida.
Notice is hercby giver. that A. T. Brock,
purchaser of Tirx Ccrtificate No. : 1. dat-
.d the 6th day of July, A. 1. 1903, has filed
said certificate in my office, and has made
applications for tax deed to issue in ac-
cordance with taw. Said eertificate em-
hbraces the following described property
siliuatd in '.V\ ,i iii..ton county Florida.
to-wit: Lot 6, block 26 of the- ne- of se.,
1, tp, 4s, r. 15w. The said land being as-
s'Js.'d at the date of ihe issuaa cc of such
cr irticate in the iname of iUnknnowni. Un-
lcs'ssaid certificate sh:ali ba rcdeemed a:-
cording to l:a tax deed will issue tlhere-
on on the 31st (day of tAugtst, A. t9I'i5
Witness i'yv olhcial signature and sfal
[. s. tliihi the 24thl day ot'.In'!v,s A
1:ItF. W. C. rLOCKE lY,
Chrk 'Cironn mt Court,
Wa.Shingt,;on Cou'nii ih,,ida


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T' A


LONDON IN A FOG.

L Weiri Dany of Dens'e Gloom in the
L.:i,,lir Metropolis.
Ile knew his London well. We went i
forth Into a fog that was of the pea
voup variety. It seemed useless to ]
valt aily longer for it to clear off. The ]
lay:s were all alike and were darker i
than twilight ever dared to be. I -imu;
to Prentice MIul:Tn.:'. l coat' sleeve, for
i kiew if he were once to get ic1.-y'nil
ty reach I could never hope to find
hil again. We groped blindly among
the streets, where the atmosphere was
only less palpable than the houses that t
walled us in. At intervals-we Il'-1,;..i- i
-where we were, for otherwise we could
never have known at all. We had to t
feel our way carefully and take -, *i.'i I
ings at intervals. "Here," said Pren-
t:ce as we paused in space; ''here is
TIcupld Bar.' I thought I saw some-
thig tliht ui2;:ht have btwn the ,., ,.:
of :i! archh Iewn out of hie solid fog.
The t--p of it, though it was not lofty,..
was lost to view. Temple Bi'', now
gone forever from the place v-here its
gates once s\ung in the wall of the
o;d c:.y--it was lire her gracious
nmaje~iy Queen lVictoria of I.1."; '
was wont to receive the keys of the
city from the hands of the lord inay .,rs
wh! n she drove in state' : ': '".*',''
enitedral. W e tlreaded I'I1.*; i; ".t
but could not ase to the f:l r !' r .-!,.. .
Ilcr' e is er majesty's t..'.-**' -:i'.l
Sp S;'i bt'r i:nT : 'ti: of it w -V*' \!.fl.h :

ed i.orTdotlOi lbrid'e al..." t ". t
k,")iw ing it. The walters ..* t.!. T" '1 ,' .
,'hic'h iire but condctnsed fog, Nwecei iii
vi-ibie from the. parapet. and the steam
fe r!rvc : we--'e Iihkiig their way c'>u-
t'iusiy and hl-oknag very like marine
morst-"er- in a iuddy aquarium. We
rawledh tlh'ough tha 'tunnel for foot
trnlie under'i the Thames, which was
like a b.,SI in the fog, and for hours
carried d thle sky about on our shou'de:s..
It wi V a worolly, greasy and ill smelling
s.ky. Our noFsthis were <;t--...r.1 with
Lnehdrls, iike chimney flues, and there
were smuc1dgts all over our faces.
'.:.r tinies for a mmnent or two we
'av a spot overhead that--wa, like a
ii l red mi'er, ndwe we knew it for
the sun. now lqst to us. The laimp '
i')at lbunl:''d all da.y were like glow-
*ivorni for dintnes'a, aid so we explor-
ed the, wondt:r,, of the town and saw
as nitu.h cf' It as a b!!nd man sees, but
1o more.- 'Ilho:r!es Warren Stoddard in
National 's *;i; '

Wordr Corruption.
"I lately heard," says a writer In T.
P.'s London Weekly, "of a country
iln which boasted for Its sign, 'The
Jackass.' Word corruption like* this
has given many quaint signs to" our
hostelries. Among the better known
mins are 'The Goat and the Compass,'
corrupted from the words, 'God en-
compasseth us;' 'The Bull and Mouth,'
from 'the Boulogne mouth,' after the
naval combat beforeBoulbgne harbor,
and 'The Pig and Whistle,' from 'the
peg and wassail,' alluding to the pegs
driven into the old wassail bowl to
mark the point to which the toper
might drink as his turn comes roundc
The sign, common in Lancashire, of the
Stanley arms, ,an eagle carryIng a
child, is popularly referred to as 'The
Bird of Bantlin'.' "

Marrying on Account.
Rev. Mr. Williams was the Congre-
gational minister in the village of
Winslow, Me., several years ago.\ One
evening, says a correspondent of the
Boston Globe, four young people called
at the parsonage. Two of them wished
to be married.
The papers in the case were legal, so
Mr. Williams performed the ceremony.
The other couple acted as bridesmaid
and best man. The groom was the son
of a well known man in the town, andti
as the happy couple were leaving the
',ltr ;:; ,..;" t yorunIg man whispered to,

s': t ihi '.-.r it to father, Ipaison. It
be! 1 1i r:'.l."


day set ft'.) he inpor)'tant function did
the e::peeted box arrive. Hortense
and her. ijth-r had been up in the
:.Iti ..t i'i or'dcrihg thi .r own attire.
!'l.. ihaJ do lltless Iouglit this at the
si nu t(na. Butt-although s?,e hdL' read

rion ed 14.R-e. 'ipte'l till that ha;:
1I on :orlrt~eed to her Iby nmil. It w:
v ,tb i tilart, proilphwt' aily filled with',
,Il'lit tlllt .Le-sd :, p--n.-d the box.
\' li.:. her.,auot Ih,,e: o.,ir her shou!
:ier. .Layer after .,ver of tissue lpale
Vr,-. laid ,, ide. 1... da sbrank hack.
w-ith n Ltle cry'' of ldi-inay as the
alt:'out:lln, lustrous. coilly fabric was
1, i 'iol. i
\ -tl;t liae I doi,, to, make Uncle
rl, i 's wo's e in,]i -,i:.t t,'-'rr dislike me
,I'," 'the whlispereel "Tb li' know--you
ki,'. ., Aunat I13.-lndl--tbait I can never
,'eir eich a sidee!'
I.In'Inda Fergmson shook her head.
.it-rl- of 'lis ppolntment came into her
-.n.ill old ,I)y-s zs sshe ga:'z.ed down on
the expensfiv'reobe. It was of raw,
crude, bnickis lpink-the very last hue
that a L'ill I -th hair the copper color
of Lesdi.'-i l4e wear.
The girl lat back the layers of tis-
sue paper wit' lnge-,r' that tri't'il.'id.
"I'm so)Tr' because Uncle Bruce
meant so we. And then." "~tih ipsi
that would "i\ vr, "' gct a chiiauc' to
g o to a l-1 1c ,. .. '* i ... !"
'l long, pt, g. '..' -i:iy l .ed
by. Never haI.l the -:' of musniic
lessons .'.n a so tedious nor hutl the
i' i.-!'- -* l a iI- I*. '1 'I aim"'- sie.
S'j ..'u.; Lrn j it :s.-- u e I' ,A ti-- sun
.. ,' ,, .lr./ii !)'''I i',e w est, t'ie girl'
.rl-.'1 t,.ti -l I I' 'fi,,, idle of the little o ray cottage ushe called
home. In th. ,,'. she knew would
be balm-trl almriiia of -2, ra.ithi of
r,.-t, of love.
"I'll h;ve a iith.and a fresh govfn,


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1:'( i' one intown knew that Gordon
Itis Ln-i madie a fortune in the Ilon-
ke an 1 .iTs .tuiniu'i: back to his native
)wn. A.\ii LhJe .: Il-.ral supposition ex-
ted th-ii. Le ,v;i-- turning iu .p:--. o of
wife. 'lbTs. L were those who, rec:tlihg q
.o boy an.1 )t!rl love ail'.lr between
Im and l.sdmia Revere, smiled signifi-
mltly. I.'it there were others who
verred, that both had been too imig
Id iL.-xi:.ricth-n at the time of their
parting to attach importance to the
outht ll r, iLi't'-e.
Frc: 'wu.nn. thle, town banker, portly
id i',.--- 'ri..s sptri'iin- down.the main
tre Ie Ie li'( h-. summer ilI-ni'nis.
iot his ni..''c on her way to give a mu-
c lesson a nd stopped to tease her a i
S.:'., over the situation.
",L-.1a., Gordon .Ellis is expected
ack lr:.xt v\e-k"' '
. i i I've he:arJ. I'n, I' LrUrmci "
'. t'.Lew T, noli L' ilaiit. 1tiit she had a
,.*l, 'ed r -,a up t,', the cil.O-s,. '.*l'l h
. d t ,
".It t ,r Wttden-
i1..- l' I .P e-iies h 't it- ,l.iwn here.
i ,,,.!." rIlh -pohdt -,,; 'Ir. hI% s.s, "that
.-*1 w ill try to "1--: 1,; :. .Ii :
'1 ..- i:.',4: faed, leaving her looking
.. .-- i. v proid.
Si .I1l '- nothing ta say in the
nt.,ter. a.e.ansswo't',id coh!ly. "it is
inl: it I -' :all even ;nn.et him."
"N, .' '" i'ermgusch c('' .i,, drop-
":, : Gi i' ':' air. "'Of r-cure you
' lI. . e a iarcl :nz' to r'. Ten ,,
ror 0 ,, ,';: r,'. .nee ,"itlh ii fir -' a f- 1
'>w as r '. o t t) nti') I'1 f '
u0 ne. :' -,i' 'a ivoe a' i'; v.'ol
ng ds'- f ., . troit. s .. oP .
or ] 1- i t rc. you k :l ," .' ;4I a -t 1 '-
icntly, "and 7w l .rto to indl":'- :i her."
iLes'ta n:g'.('ie1 .ovincit:, n,'oltl int=.r
Pst. I'ntl tli e i ',tlIer of Ior't-'ns hI:ain
,a'ried her' mlin-.e iv e tw o.vthei s p'e-'
*ius.: le a nd.her auit h1d 1:-.I .vt h
eIr:ce IT'r-'ii'. -.. ,i.. irirc'tt c ,l, hli: hof."
,ol:. DP r v,-;'h the eon!m'n c' a ln'ide
'c7'esVcd of a growu 1;tughte'al r a1; i .
w'as chitinged. So .rLer"n a F : -i.
avting g-t I. '.r .hr few i'ir-'loo'ui
ti(nd so;i ft"lni-:tunl. Iad1 liove(d U to 'ta
ittle 1)otis she.owned i n.ihm o ,ou-t.'- !rt
,f tie rich, bfustling 'ni.u.nf inrg

The new, mistress and lir Iadu'htsr r
were lefr in victorlo' s po; ).s'si;on. ;:n l
Snc Fnre'Ol'.so wVitlih ai man's 04tnse-
.'., di not reaIrl wvhat the hi- evtl
l.' ch(anLre in ,their man mer of liv:ri
::.,:ur '.;:n i to um ch fastidious wo' i,,n
S;-,iiat, ta'.td rnece. HIe ha:d set-
ein ini 'i i :.. 1 on Lucinda, blit Lesda
I-t' -a',''Id that musieateaching would
,i'.)1g !orir 'i the mo'ey she would
-'cn ur'e' ofthe deprivatloshq eno
'. :'~e n ssary to present a so-
Irene r i to tj eriti'ml .world uelihe
5)'-ke. .
o : ,".': 1 '.li ci~r e,". I'-..r" '- i:
went on I;ri-'c "'I'm :*..ir,v to db"the
thiun in r,. ''," Iih nve music and
caterers 1 >Ia' in r 'in .' nv- >, and all
that sort of th ." .
The express_ n of proud reserve
deepened :oi th countenance of Le.d:P
Revere. She aftd an odd, exquisite
style of 1.-.-ut f, foreign to her class
and nationality: While her features
were not classically perfect, there wats
about her f.,c- a look of splritualty.
of distinction, tlhat attracted and held
attention.
I "I hope you'll have a beautiful time,"
she said courteously. "But I shan't
go, Uncle Bruce'"
He stared at her a moment In puz-
zled surprise. Then ht laughed heart-
ily and brought his clinched fist down
in the palm of the other hmnd.
"Nothing to wear, I'll bet a nickel!
Poor Miss Filora McFlimsey!" For he
saw by b.-r g1ill.'k, irrepressible smile
that he had guessed rI'.t. "Well, you
will have a, dress, and one sent to
you ready ,arie from the city at that!
Why, Hortense won't wear a thiug
that's made in Lindenville! Now,
you'll promise to come? Well, what
Is it?" '
She had been about to speak-to ask
him to permit her to choose the gown
herself. But, after all, what right had
she to make sug'~etlons to him? Wan
he not exceedingly g-n'-rous to promise
her a costume at all?
"Nothing, except that you are mighty
good to think of such a thing! Yes-
['11 comn -'" '
"Thit's rightt" he commented cor-
dillly o:il paos-ed on.
Not until the very morning of the


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S, ... e He invite
Ia -- -' -tN nI ..ci lxa I

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S .-. l'Ien a it trai led
ii h. ery retlnt ',te pu it r thea.
-- .L-r i v i.tu -fter super she caunc a V tl



v ,t:- i ; :rii::s shone p:;earl fair
S,, -is -t: i'itlu pl a'ncy r O
:;e ;ti.rg'w fadedt. Shadows DA
*n :,,ta;.hLy up the garden ways. n|li 3 ,
V: Lo; t '.- ib!e to r('d loi '.
a' -'m i.JLa hardly be(n a0r CO MM
n. ,h r .h- wat s i c. di:n Now ,
S .;. re -. i. at. I iwr
,'s i..'. .. Li e. Lights were
g;', ? a t:d to g'n t- imsitc f'roim tle
S i. And now s'he' clor'led
r 's- r., ('rifgng, a ywy into :t rever, a h
:'J- !, :,,,, {ioua, haleido;;co)pC, s' 9
.ori -nmrti ~5iht she ,ilid nol:t notice the
: of l careLi;y.g eat thee gt nor' ,6erS Ij
i. .-.- fdatotstep anutlleihy' tm.? t!. '
lay be Co
'I wctii-r if a kins would wakey b i
:" is:;' dtitated a quiz:zilel voice.
TI'i lijt"-- She started to her feet.
a ;o;.di-:g light of the warm. young
;i::'n-u'r moon f'ul on her face.
, '.;:..): she m I' In ured. ._; f
i,'.. lii'ivier, nmnlier than the
,lo r' -'.Io had gone away, there i O
tl; tl'e ad.ir nation in his eage" ,
mie si";!ie of ten:de'rness about thl',' T'..
uae-t ui. lips. \Vhait 'inou
"Yo'r.e a nik'c girl," he cried, holding
-*r col.d. slight l1'-ans ia hi warm,
?viVy pressure, ''never to come to a
arty givenu In hie honor of your old Hot
'lend! I looked for you everywhere. ji 11
our uncle said you had promised him Q
ou would come. So het sent m:e to eg
.ing you, or, raiher," he laughed, "I
;ked him if I might not come for you.
orne -l.essle!"


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S Thi -; the latest aii11 most compllet
Hand l-Jowi for working plants in 1Tie m,.arden. It
setol-adljustlhlei; thu weight the block to
-hich the blade is ittaclecd keeps it in the
fro;nd,l and thIo dopth of 1,i...i i, .Is regulated
by lifting- the hands. A boy or girl of ten
years cati handle it with perfect, ease. It has a
2-4-inch s-teol whilcll, the 1-..-;'i of which makes
Me plow light of draft, it I,-- five blades: 1 is
iturniing mold, 2 a slhiool, 3 a swGeeper weCeing
\ blade, 4 a bul-tongue, 5 a rake. Wrench
with earh plow.
-;\. o li ave made arrangements by
w- W ric h we can furnish this plow at
the faf:tory price, .' .75, wthh


N $7;;?
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freigiht to St. Androews I!yv about one dohila'. mai:kinr *he plo"W, dlelivereil
$4.50. But the BUCoY piroposes to do better' than this aid will send the Bnbv
one year and furnish one of those plows complete atthe factorylfori4.,50
purchaser to Ipay freight
Thle plow may be seen in operation at the editor's residence at ai time.
Ordtr from tihe lBoY .direct,


rn:rably. lBut matters .were not im-
proved after all. for the lender was at
the r'arty rnni1 foowed Murger every-
wIh:'re, .t, ex-.' ,,' In toue of audible
;>:odi naturre: "I'o ) '.;t what you like
w-ith muy cnat, old man. Tear it right
t.p' the b-. t:k or cover it with grease-
j:;st a yiou iike. I I ii never say, a
wiord. Ci:!y Lto -.,:'i''tYe to lend U to
you."


It wa tli'e old chill'sh name that no
ore clse had called her.
"But I can't, Gordon!" v' was blush-
ing like a rocs. "Not in this old gown'!"
lie glanced over her critically in be-
wildermient.
"Isn't that the--the right thing? It's
just-stuni-ng. You look like an Fun-
dine--a silver birch incarnated! All
p;:u green and white--except for a
crow'xn of gold!" And this audacious
young man stoopel to touch the shiu-
ing coronet with reverent lips.
"Lessie, you must know why I've
come back:" Hl{s voice dropped to a
coaxinig ciidence. '. come--for you!
'ea.r, have I startled you? Well, come
up to the dance, and I'll promise to be
:Iumb until the last waltz."
"In a dress thi;t cot a quarter a
,u:-,'d-band that I miadie myselff" slhe
qc:ericd, her vokce trenmlous with ex
cite..nc u t.
""Come for your .uncle's sake'" he
be getd. "Every one here in Linden-
viil' kIuown yon. It will ice great fuq!
And then, Lessie, come for my sake!"
It Nwas great fun. The verdict that
the girl in the sea green gown, with
cheeks like wild roses, was the belle of-
the ball was practically unanimous.
Only IHortense and her mother ex-
chlanged a glance of dai'k and signifi-
cant disappointment when Bruce Fer-
guson, smiling indulgently If obtusely,
whispered: "Cophet'ua up to date! Not
such a bad match for a little music

-.. A Joke on the "Prophet."
Some time in the thirties of the last
century Prophet Joseph Smith, Sr., the
Mormon, and a party of his followers
were proeelyting in Mu.si(lng-un1 coun-
ty, 0. 1ie appointed a certain' day
wben he would show the people Inis
v-. i,'',.--..,l pov,-ers and that ho wav i a
second Christ by walking on the wa-
ters of Mud creek. The water wa,
always muddy. A day or two before
the time set grandmotiler's brother
Robert and a .couple of neighbor boy?
were accidentally attracted to the
Mormons working at the creek and,
I.., .-::!;iug themselves, watched ,.,the
Mrormous put down stakes and put
planks on them from bank to baIl-:.
the plank resting about sib inches aun
der water. After the Morm'ons Ot
the boys wnt down and took out the
(,iute-r plank, where the water wai
-i,l;.tit ten feet deep. The ext day
Balaam Smith came down to the creek
and, after a long exhortation, started
across the creek. HIe was all right
and on. top till he came to the center,
where his "powers" seemed to leave
him, and he went to the bottom. Thi's
was the end of M.jum,)tolsm in that
county. ,
What Won the Girl.
It was in a subway train. On the
lap of a woman, opp,.rreill'y her ncith-
er, sat a girl of some eighteen months.
Next to them was another mo'li,'- with
her. two-year-old son. Each won:an
petted the other's child, and the boy
liked the attention and laughed and
pranced. The girl maintained a
Straight face. She did not fret, nor
Apparently did she want to cry, but if
the word can be used in the case of
one so young she was bored. The
petting of her own niother and of the
other woman clearly had no effect.
Then the little boy entered the list
EdJlug up to the child, he put his arms
around her neck and said, "I love 'oo!"
Then It was that there broke over the
baby's face the first smile that had ap-
peared since the long BLbway ride
from Harlem begntin. And as for the
mothers, lhe r-.-'uist anid emtural conm-
meits as to isrrsencei;-e followtd.--New
Yori Tribu '.
Fo sr, t! int ?-:;l'tt r:-.-fy.ra ds.
For olre. than -1G4, y-.-', ia body of

phn ?' i hav-e cnm -i:. ''i e i ,xei'-''s've
pri-l-'go of wval-.-Li;g ove' te s!um- -
bers of the ;'--':: an-d ,m un-a: of Spain.
T'i .. are bai:nld hyi tradrliTion to be na-
"'timvf* of i'Ep-in-sosa nuli to ha:ve served
wirh ditii.',io 4 n in the army. One of
these is or;' guard at the door of the
Ilrroeir ; oif tachil royal t)peri'soni're in
the palace, and the others, armed with
huge ha'i.,ll..'l and wearing felt soled
Hhoefs, tread silently all through the
night along the corridors and halls.
Their servIce beg ns at .iilni.light and
ceases at 7 In the mIorning.


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": { ': e. the I'tYr .
'In" fr:m'1d wAs ii .
I':1 .o' .' iy O ei'r imi- ''o:'tl

: "3': '!'t t t.:;i',. so i:i'
S ''t iy i' ." or ''Fo
I -';''l w ihat, you na e ''
' e', You' are spil.e: l


The Sagnrlons Statesman.
"Are you sure you know all about
that subject you are g, lng to make a
speech on ?"
"'''.," answered the n;Lgacinmi.ltatles-
minn. "I have put iin Ir, time c illlct-
lng elpig.ramiis and I'el'ti'.---t 'llie sur-
(st way to nunke an uninteresting
speech Is to :iake a thorough stidy of
your subject.'"-- WV :'si lult. .iu S'tar.

lie 'Wa Immrne.
"I sWSiCt." said lh.' fair mald who
LI t::- el for fifteen consecutive min-
'irm without penuitting him to get a
'"I ju e(it'wavys, "'y ,ll are irirl of,
hic. i me i taL."
"N: ait afl," reply ed ith- gallant
i- i;'.. "I g t .have- at a bar-
I:" : ;:i : i to0 (hat sr rrt of


Easily Actconl'niodtlted.
s e-- flave you a copy of PI',,inthOinis
Bound? lie-No, ma'am, but we can
get it for you bound any way-you lkUe.
-Minneapolis TriLune.


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S-o'itl nit St. Aanlrco'-m Ba"L, I']: -. itt


d ,ru a o- r- -a 'c-I''
arrt. -'. ; st,* ,' Pv: 1' it: id t t -- ih ,
S: ihos l nt ke 'tIt Iapply fo t th
An be co-t. Ac :- -'y be wvent to an-
".other friend and re'-ted the whole cir.
(um: tan e. This frio'ed t;'I:r-'y lent
khin a new- ''' i; coat whIch I th..-1 pd-


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4 in Low Prices and Good

SOODS.
es the purchasing pillic to call,

line his stock and GET PRICES.

highest Price for aremn Salftd ALIGATOR HIDES.



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[ERCE ST EAST OF -WARE'S STORE.




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. WV, G. MiTCHELL, PROPRIETOR,,
Professional Services to tile Citizens of St.' Af r'ews and
Stirrouniting Country. '.i I
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Brea P -es RId OFaes, Specialties
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DR. MITCHI LrLS Di'' STO' -
--M-. .-.- 'Wrt to ris statroln.
S" '"' ... The story i. t,'ld by a former west-
. ", 'i ~ . -' *':-'"( e. i rn hI-tl-i clerk of the trials of a
S .'U:- .. .' F.:ro i hria waiter with an untrained
... Nb:'L.,- N.-' y'ou;h assignted to him for
", ' srve i in the ihning room. The youth
: .. had be '-o: reared on a ra:ltch, but his
i f:i:i,'r n 1'io prir 'ie'tor of the house
,'--. <-'were lielo:ig friends, aid. as a favor
Sat S a d 'B' t to tothe ft'.or, the bo)nface had prom-
SoidatS bt-. Andrews Lv ai
At Dr. ~:":,. 's '.i, S... a s cl isod to gii'ie th b:') a ,. Imllre. He. ap-
'i ('all foi' ft-e sn llm. e, peared in abbreviated jeans, and when
... pr, ,,. to the full dressed Parisian
SB!i -who presided in ,ll, dining room the
w lattetr 1 ':..I-1 li: over and, with ob-
We .:. :' for sale a strip from the ius -- -. "I think he Is a
south side of the north half or telittle ditfliult." N'\ .-rtheless the re-
northwest ,~~.a l-.. r of section 10. town- crult was pit Into tle i garb of the
ship 4 south, ri:.t:, 14 west, u; .: guild and his zone of activity defined.
from the school house to Watson 1..... He was also IrpreQ-1d with the ieces-
am; ,:n'; '.. n : u the i h.o h -..., 1y A : "it -f -t ru i i -t,:- 'nl obe-
tin '.C ( al-' -. i'. lots. d:ieioet to orders. -The dinner hour ar--
Ti-e pi,'. wil be acnordhng to I i .m. : -. 1 -ii .i,-,l. Il s given, "Q1o
loamtL. V. A ':'I S & CO. to yeoia station." Not his to reason.
--- ......... wy, but ,.'!iiv' to obey, the yokel"
.. i ERS OATS waiter ,i-.ipi-'.:-Id. Thle hour was 1
S o'c.l '. and two rind a half hours later
; J. n-- t - ;'; ,":' i t- it he m tde h Ib s r-'.;.' ,,':ir,':'O and then ex-
.1. o.. il :' d t", it he had itl.'i rtood the'
'- ; :-: ; : : ; i ".,.: i-ein ' or .'d -'; h,, .'l :tt ,,n." H e 'had
;:.r. :--, *: T',' ;ni.o:' o't been v. -t ntc Il.- tr. ih s go by and
,, ," :. 'ii,' i.a rea;;(i. woinder:i ed wliat u-,'ful service he was
S; : .ir when 'in r-..:i:. His connection with the
S o ; v as ou d waiter .l'li was terminated, and he
v:1 :' inrt :it I':e -S, or a became an .-a-ist:tt baggai e wrestler
S; ,:s t j1 in the porter's room.


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