Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00224
 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: September 7, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00224
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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S 1)a rkmala II, a ii a: 4 I L',..1-rii.I. l Ii(- *ud i) calers
W. B. laark,1, aIkc ja'5 31 D4- -. ..: L-'A little rtr~'. iuwill, in every-
Landt h"-iV~ 'I', N%'- l-W LL .~I L EU NSm';-" MS oCIn ile bi ibacik to rtienory
6011;'..tIvi, r, LI. ..illuA,,E MaML0 N S
V ik.iP 1 11111 E if 0 R IIIiviei'ent whichh w~juld not bear too
state'-Govet ncr, N. 11). Brown, 1; S,:(___-. re&C1um 1ill (iftile Ciititally incdia-
NVr~ay H CV.frd TeaIr., 1:1 ijli; 'hre ieHi% W!)Ole *ermon in the
-H. Ellis; CjinptrollcC-, A. J. Crouaj %0~b L
Sn en tenIeI o Puhitc n~v'm~ :'.n~ilt on tat._ -m ul1'.-"A to ~od~' ~ he 1%1ho ib Withou t sill
lion, WV. M. Hollovway; Couinlnis-zir.'1 LI'11t il. Ca.Atthle, flit stone."'
er of Agilculture, B. E. Mc~in. *Lo.-al Dvilt,7 1 If- iA f l ln hremtoadkintvl
ta entown. V lrk 3out- L~~;2jv 'MAil sit .t h.D-pa umorousside to this bide of "man's
IR,,pi ep na t veimahumnanityjto man."'Takefor ~l-e

-_ ..ollector,. J o. it. thoimpson, '.
-Andrew; Treasurer, Louis H. Hlwl,
Vron; Tax Assessor. J. W. Bo, ,.,
Duncan; County Superiutlenti. B.
IF. eainer, Wausaui: Surveyor, Tho--
Collins, V'rnon: Countimy Commis-
sioners, B. F. Swindle, Vernon; A.
L. Ha-rrill, Chil,--Y;, J. M. Porter,
Ec],,,ni.A ;'J. H. Wesley, Point Wasih-
St. Audrews--.lustie of the peace,
John i Notarl's, XV. A. Etm-
mons, A. H Brake; DeputY Clcrli,
Cir-it Court, W. A.
School I).retos, H. -W. Surber, Sr.,
P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis-
tress, Zali,. H. Ware.
Millvilh.- Postmaster, lIonry lBovis,
Constable, J. H.-.1.affu. ,
Llarker-Po ,,t,;astr* anw Nottry Publio,
W. 11. I'arker.
Cal a y-Postmaster, M. N. ('arlile.
Saunders*Postmaster, R. Peters.
Alla, Lton-[,,t a.-tI r, Andrew Allan.
Aull,.,_,-1- ,r.master, S. V.. Ander-
West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
Murmfee-rPo' n-.I.r. James M. Mu:'iL'
Gay-Postristress, Mrs. R. Gay.
'jmo king-k I's-l u,' t1'-.', l:tu 'y To m3p-
Bayhead-Postmaster, O0. C. Tompkins.
Cook-Postumaster, J. J. Fowler.
-etappoo-ol',t 1i-,'-s Mrs. Dyer.

Calhoun County Cromanton-FePtmuas-
ter Frank W. Hoskins.
FIarmdalo-l',tuiat'-,r W. F. Wood-
Thel iortheir nails, via, Anderson,
Gay, Bay lecad and Chipley departs
every day except Sunday at- 3:00
o'clock a. Im., arrives every day ex-
cept Sunday at 7:15 p. m.
East Bay mail for Hlarrison, MillvilleC,
Cromalton, Parker, Pittsburg, Cook,
Farmdale and Wetappo leaves St.
Andrews every mloruing exeeptt --aU-
day at 5:30 o'clock, arrives, coming
west at 7 o'clock p m.
Baptist-CIturclh V\.in-,ii u._ ave. fro1t-
ing Park St. Services at11 a. m. anti
7:30 p. m. sutntlday School every,
Jay at 10 a. m. iteV. C. L. Jyne,
11tt aodist EpisIopalClhurch Wasr;-
ington ave. ind Chestnut st. Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. every 5(1a.
Kev..1. M. Conway, parlor.
S2resbyterian-Churclh corner Lorailne
Ave. and Drake St, Rev. 0. C. 1)o-
ply, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. mi. every Sunday, .lMu i t."-
rock, Supt. \Vyoug
Catholic-C lhuich e ,orn'f r VYiug
Ave. .ind Foster St.

Parker Lodge No. 142

/1 FUcgnlar (Jontmuni-
cations on the oirtl
/ and third Satuirday
in each month.
Visiting Brotliers
W. H. PARKED, \V. M.
W. A. FmI.,i,'.Secretary

*lcpnt3 i :7:t - -,, -
ID o i}nty :* (' -'' ". -

mu ,is c n-. , a \ .-- : ."<
n a : ai,. .a ?t land con-
veyances and niar.iage ,'.-ih. ii'in- y per-
formed for lawfully qualitnd parties.
Office at the Buoy Office, St. Andrwvs
., '- ATT, iORNEY AT LAW, Vrnotr, Fla.
I Oprompdt, and careful t atentii driven
to all matters submitted to my care.
Attorue.3' at Law, .
Verteion on, Fla.

AD H. D; IAKl:EL, .

Physician and Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of Bayview, ,le 'ri his profes-
sional services to the citizens of St.
Andrews ;u]i vicinity. l:e-idc'n.:e on
Buena Vista avenue.

DR. J. J. ]ES.l: I,1
Rlomoeoialhi,: 'lhi y,:i;ti and Accou-
Scheur. Otice Pioneer Drug Store,

1 90 ,, edand that two

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Branch Prsina Ems.

Branh President-hrsA. W A. Emmons.

President Ceueral-M rs. Cynthia W.
Alden. Headquarters, 96 Fifth Ave-
nue, .:'- "- York.
State Presidont-Mrs. Mary L. Bradt,
319 G .,.,_.h st. Jacksonville, Fla.

"Ilave you hald a kindness shown?
lass it on;
'"..f not given for you alone,
Pans it on:
Lot it travel down the years,
Le t wipe ailothoCr' tears,
Till in heaven the cud appears,
Pass it on."

Motto-CGood Clheer.
( 'oIors--'seIiow aii; v Va i te
StatehI m-.. e)e'p" e..
-' r-- (Coreop, 1 .
Soila-'-,)cattcr Si "w

'tAll snit; i: n i,-' i 1!c desert,"
The Aral" i .y :
The vritieuroLU and thc ii.'arvst
Come throiu'01h the rainy days,
The flowers and their fragrance,
'ho forests and thliir pridc,
Come through their coudls that darken
T'.' storii which .-I, v>'ide.

"All sunshine ma1:e the desert,''
The soui ti.:t knows; not pain
Lies iia its carel-' s L !i!;t,-,s

Anid ba-ce a'-it r:eau.n.
Not till the .-t a -clotlis gather,
1-.. till the tcilmpo s btf'ik,
Can seeds bf g'ruatens quiukeu:
C,1i powers of good awuak,.
A.All sunshine mu'.ke- the teouipoet."
The l,_ i..: i c i a (, life.
.Li not within its raptures
But on thronu i ,triess and stri;ic:
And all our noblest powers
Of faith andl'hope and love
Come with the falling- showers
From out the heavens above.
--Priscilla Leonard.

Last week I heard a man utter
these words: "What good a man
does is soon fo gotten, but what evil
he does is reimiheberod always."
The remarkk of this uman may be
rather pessimistic, but while not ex-
actly a whole Irulth, it is fully three-
fcuiths of one.
*.Why is it that every little slip of
a ma n's life must be commimetcd on,
enlarged on, even perhaps after years
had cast nature's charitable oblivion
over the past? Often this phase of
"muan's l humanity to Inma" exten ds
even beyond the grave.
On thel other hand, why aro the

: i.. w it ..O aV = il I U ;, .I X I I
What is more ludicrouslthan to hoar
a r-an whose face would stop a clock
reniamking on the hocmeliness of au-
othei? "Now,, wouldn't that figure
jar yotq" comes from one who would
'drive a Worth to suicide. "See old
Squinty!" comes fiom the man who
seems to have stolen his eyes fromn
some pet porker. "Whew! another
new dress! I wonder if it's paid tor!"
is flung after a lady by .one whose
store account fills many pages of the
ledger, and males the merchant lose
his faith in mankind. losee who
stand by may smile politely at such
remarks, but if they have the faintest
gift 'of' humor they cannot but in-
wardly exclaim in paraphrase:
"0 wad some power the giftie gie
ye tae sae 3 ersel's-as ithers sa3 ye!"
"Clharity covereth a multitude of
,Fili, ; Litih c aL ity i (olie 01 our IerIt1
ihitics,; the siis mnanii to be covered

:tie the IS oif our reighbors-per- July 1

ihaps tbe munul-' (e ofcharity which we-
ie1,a1 may stretch over and cover
some of cur own.

'What's the use in si-hiai' if your soul
can sing a soig??
1"ainy day, or sunny, you've got to pull
11 -.-ricanc a-blowin', or tide a-runnin'
Time is a lyiin'-is a flyin! -

What's the use in wishin' for the dead
an' dusty years? -.
Didn't they have ,rosses? Didn't they
hlave careay --
havts t aoe use in weepin'? World will

novel hood your tears;
Ti,. is a-flyin'-a-llyin'!

Take the road contented-an'
world at its best.

the old

travel soon is ended; there'll be time

onlaugh' for res-t
When the 'Shadow conies an'


du.,t at' daisies o'er the breast:
Tinie is a-lvyin'-is.-;: .: i'!
'I *.. i' .-iyin'a is a-llyin!

A soft aiinswert' iineth awi y wrath.
An ounce ot acti n; is worth a
pound of i-reats.
It is a kind of hopiocrisy to make a
paraLde of never lpracticinig it.
This world owes every man a
chance to earn an honest living,
If we did not deceive ourselves, no-
body would be able to deceive us,
The man who thinks he knows it
all is well thought of-by himself
A wise man has the money he
needs, but a fool never has enough.
A successful fool gets more ap-
plause than an unsuccessful genius.
He who has never traveled has
read but one chapter in the book of
A man never knows how. many rel-
at ives he has unftiflie begins to grow
Oh, wad some power the giftie gie
us to see others as they think ift see
When some men meet a creditor
they either tear up the street or turn
down an alley.

comments regarding the virtues, anil If a mau's book is bad all the way
moral aciievemeunt of the' man so through. it avails him little to turn
few? Generally, what little the minis. over a new leaf.

tor who presides at the funeral, the
editor who iwites the obituary, and
the tombstone which marks his grave
may say, is all the praise which is ac.

The world awards the appearance
of merit more often times than it
does the th.ng iteilft.
It is astonishing how much folly

corded to perhaps a lifetime of pue is perpetrated for reasons which every

__.l-- iving, of sacrifice and self-denial for
Notary Punilic for the State of Flor- the good of others, o0 of the most he-
Ila at L. irge. oli.e at l'iark..r, Fla. roic ba-tles fought and won against
C(Ion'vey:tinI'i nl1 dItp ayent of taess
fur. nitu-m.' ,h_.itn-., specialties. j.l tationl Oiten, t o, even these
The Dark Ages. good words are contradicted, or couni-
Sopjt-Why did they call the middle teracted by uncharitable reniarkis.
ages the dark age4? Junior- Because of thi i vnity,
the women kept their LI g..' ^lark?
(ophb-No; because there were so many pride, the pride that sent Lucifer to
kiulghts.-Columbia Jester. hell. There are a, whole lot of minor

How He Saved Him. Lnicfers who want to bo the whole
,.IItt-That follow saved me from show, and these exert themselves to
-bamkruptcy. Jo-wltt--How was that? dim evry little spark of hglc that
SHewitt-He married the extravagant
girl I'was engaged to. pay appear ii o(the's. B3 su'e hio

jindicions person must applaud.
It is easy enough for a man to run
into debt, but li he can't run far in that
direction without inning into the
Paradoxical as it may seem, con.
tractors are frequently engaged in
widening streets and alleys.-Chica-
go Nows.
Some persons are so dry that you
might ,soak them in a joke for a
month andt it would not go through
their skin -llonry Ward Beecher.

Of the Bog!

For~ %shool lai
For~ repajikof

For iflolidnb
Fi)r sa]aiie&4
For sR]arv'et,
For per dima
For Icw int
F~or printi~rg,g

Pot Chiarts i
For.R LA

c- Instrustion. of Washington County, Florida,
'Itear Euding Jurie 30, 1905.
res fromI'J l ly h t, I1'm to JiLni' ;<, 1' ).
. . ................. ....... ....... 122 54
............. .. .. .. ..... .. ... .. 55 3 2*2

. . I.. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .
t . . . . . .. . . . . .. .
f school boa .. .r .............

r d ai'nd siupt'rint,:-ndent .......
nts .... ...................
its pa:d ....................

let, 1904j to June 30th, 19




- e~t~ceived frbm tax redemption: ......
Iteceired from oll tax of last vealr....
received from poll ta1 of previous year
vpeeived from spe,.-il district tax. ..
arrleived f'ronI tax red'.O nption........
Appr'oraoiiet of irler-st on State fund.....
S- 1 on,-' mill tax, 1904..... .....
I _lml mill tax, 1905..........
reedive 'lion of non-resident pupils......
received froli examiination fees.......... .. ,
received fropi all 0oher sources..............

Total disburse.m its July 1st, 1904 to June 30, 1905 $15,362 86
June 30 '05 By cash on h) udto balance... ....... ..... 8,010 56
'' --i A



$23,373 42 $23373 42
By ebsh broftorward. June 30, 1905.......... $8,010 56
We her,-by cei-t ify that the aboveuis a correct statement of the receipts and
disburen.,:-nts for Ihe year beginning July 1st, 1904, to June 30, 1905.
Attest: G. B BUSH, Chairman.
'B. F. G.\INEr. Sec'.v ind Supt. L. H. HOWELL, County Treasurer,
1REPORT of S)ecial fax Districts for Year ending June 30, 1905.

1904. No. chk. *St. Anpdrew, Special District No. 2.
Julv 1 cast on.hand .... ........................ $40 03
Oct 3 .11 T W.; Villiams as assessor......... ....... $ 4 10
Nov. 7 19. T A'. H. 'B3ake, incidental enpense............ 20 00
By amrt ol A. C. Croom tax redemption ........ 03
Dec 23 I;y do do do ........ 69)
1905. .
Feb. 17 By do do do .......15
April 27 By') do J. E. Thompson, tax levy 1904..... 144 44
June B -y do ' do do ..... 11 33

July 1
Oct. 3.
Nov. 7.
April 27
June 5 '
June 3
July 1

Jalyl I

20 to L. H. l.oweil, commission.................
Netrcash on hand to balance...............

Not cash brot down July 1st, 1905.........
No. ctlk. Point. Washinlgton Sub District, No. 3.
By net cash on- hand July 1st. 1904 ..........
12 TJ.XV. Williams, commission............
20 T dd Lumber Co., to apply on building...


1904 No. chk.

Ju l- 1
Oct 3
Jan. 2
April 27
June 3
July 1 I

July 1
1904. IN
Jull 1
Oct. 3

April 27
Juno 3
July 1

July 1
1904. N
July 1
Aug 1
Oct 3
Nov 7

Jan 2
April 27
July 1

, of .R, Thompson, 1904 tax. ....
L of I rat. Odd Lumiber Co.........
of J. 1' Thompson, tax of 1904.....
ft/ '.. comtfi .sion..... .........
Jon i tobaice.... .... .,:..

h' brot down, July" 1st, 1905.........

1-4:a 1h li hand ....... ........ ....
13 TV'I Wtlhams, commnission...... .......

13) it of J. 1. Thompson, tax levy 1904...
J43, d. do do ....
B do do do
31 TL.. 11. I )well commission as treasurer...
NA1t casb on hand to balance.................

vville_ Sub School District No. 4.

go. chk.


ro. chk.


feL, ucasli brot.down July 1st, 1905..........
IIolnesC Cr,:.-:k No. 5, Special Tax District Fund.
1ly n t. "a,! 'i- hand. . ..............
To .. W. W\\'liams, commission.......:.....
To G. W LiI,,re, drawing deed,...........

Bkramt of J. R. Thompson, tax levy 1901...
Bf I dI do dob ..
I 1 H t el l, commission..............
fet.ca_ on hand to balance...........

Net cash brta down July Ist, 1905 ........
Vernon, No 6, Special Tax Distr-ct Fund.
Net ouash on hand July 1st, 1904 ..........
To T: J. Mobic.y school lot................ $
To IXV, Williams, commission ..........
To C. M. Williams, labor for colored school
To Parish Bros,, nails.................

By anmtof J. R. Thompson, tax of 1904.....
By.* do do do .....
33 To 14. H. Howell, commission..............
:Net cash on hand to balance..............

July 1
1904. No. chk
Oct3 16
July 1 34

July 1
1904. No. chk
July 1
Nov 7 21
April 3 25
Apil 27
July 1 35

July 1

Net cash brotdown July 1st, 1905.........
Tompkins, No, 7, Speaial Tax Fund
To J. W. Williams, commission, 1904.......
By amt of J. U. Thompson, 1904 tax levy....

To L, H Howell, commission as treasurer..
Net cash on, hand to balance.............

Net cash brot down July 1st, 1905.........
tinion Sub District, No. 8. Tax Fund.
By easn on band July 1st, 1904.............
To J. W. Williams, commission............
To C. B. Waller, incidental expense.......
To Parish Bros ..........................

To Florence Yates, teaching at Union......
By aamt of J. R. Thompson 1904 tax levy....
To L: H. Howell, commission as treasurer.
- To net cash on hand to balance.............

N1et cash brot down July lt, 1905.........

1 80
170 77

$196 67 $196 67
$170 77

$ 6 43
170 00

217 23
6 23

$176 63

217 03

20 54

14 21
$414 21 $414 21
1* $14 21,

$ 4 27

2 27
286 06

$ 3 39

$104 77

183 69
3 54

$ 42-03

59 76
97 76

$102 19 $102 19
$97 76


8 28 26

6 91
52 56

1 81
63 71

$87 73 $87 73
$63 71

$ 80

$34 51

1 03
34 68
$34 51 $34 51
$32 68

$47 55
$ 1 57
2 00
1 50

30 00
52 87
64 46

$100 42 $100 42
$64 46

We hereby certify that the above is correct. G. B. BUSH, Chairman.
Attest: B. F. GAINER Io. Supt. L. H. HOWELL, County Treasurer.

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From Jail to the Bench.
Francis Pemberton (1625-07) was im-
prisoned in the Fleet for debts con-
tracted during a period of youthful ex-
travagance. 'While la JnU he aIpplied
i)i..seif to the study oj law and came
to be r.-gardel as a kin&.of legal oranIle
by his fellow prison : .rs, .who nicknamiri-
him Counselor. VWith the fees thliy
-cnve him for legal advice he bought
books to continue his studies. He then
prevailed upon his creditors to grant
his release from prlso that ht'e might
the sooner earn money to -pay off his
debts. Called to the b In 1.2".4, after
a brilliant career in th L la,'ie court at
Westminster and sub eunly in the
house of lords, he g e a puisne
.miu. lHe was lkilg in 16,". and
ultimately, on th.- disti, ml of cr.gts.
was made lord chief j oJ ln 1031.

Doubly Embarrassing.
Suitor-Beg pardon for interrupting,
but-I-er-have just come--er-that is,
I have just been speaking to your
daughter, and she referred me to you.
Old Gentleman-Gee crickets! I won-
der if that girl thinks I am made of
money. You are about the fortieth
bill collector she has sent in today. If
she doesn't marry pretty soon I'll be
bankrupt.-New York Weekly.
"Katherine, you will always find me
an Iiidul-c.nt husband."
"Do you mean indulgent to me or In-
dulgent'to yourself ?'

Discussing the merits of a man's op-
ponents gives him a deildud ascend-
enucy over them.-Goetheo.


~ I~~ei: Y gai~s I~re set to Catch,

.'.l i..l L he aT'.' .'lity to ad apr)
3 ~.. ~sto k P...'itP con~l

*i3I 0. A'~ tp,r iii- l1 untrited u~vij

A4' ~l -N.i-- .3i lwavye rontly, .9 snFv-
er m k en tic a sh 4 I.ji. i Lie g, eat 1,,,b t-I
ulrkg 'chaaW. artist and i ofteu turns

tmUM'3 r-" r .I t' el La UTU un : uLfL ir., I- ur
.rtim e; toutot the ability to i'oally
.,Jupt huint~l' to ludfenri.(ly hangeil -
(ditIon Is ar i-i- t.-Fr'.m .n :'cut j'-I Cent.
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t sy L ;UiS .1. STROS .

Co)T! rght, ,',l Louise J. Strmog

I>tty PvCI' out cn Iti)uly. She
ot have then::i e her for-a for
tun-. Y.es,. there was Bert, the .center
of the jol .tnw, and. Addic at his,
lbow. Tf it Lad bai her (EOtty'&s
plh:' for so long that it h:.d come to
be eonV'irel-- And it might have
boon h-r's yet- if .ert had n't-- Oh,
wvcl, of o;!;.u:' sh,', w;is Fcioni- b'-me.
it v: ..n t 'I Bert's fuLnt. Sh. adiit-
tI- t:;;t r ai ftt ly, fur rojtty i '. t l: '.
i gyood d(e': o6 hiT'r little 1.!'f. Hoe was
dr('< lf'-ly rovoking, bht they would
havo made i.p weeks ago if she had not
gone to s.'Ih leng-ths anid reared an
impassable barrier between them.
"And that's the truth, Betty Brown!"
she apostrophized ow. "Why did I do
such a ridiculous thing? I might just
have said I'd never speak to him again;
girls always say that: And I ought to
have stopped there, but when he
grinned so knowingly, as If there was
nothing in that, as there isn't usually,
I let it provoke me into declaring that
if I ever did speak to him again -it
would be because I had made up my
mind to marry him. Why, It will be the
sam6 as proposing it f ever speak to
him now, when I've evaded- I' can
never do t," she sighe d. . "
Bert had not bee# greatly crushed
by her ultimatum. He spoke to her"
cordially at every opportunityt In spite
of her nopresponse with something like
elated expectancy in his 'manner that
stung Betty to a more determined stub-
"I suppose he thinks I will, but he'll
see," she said firmly.
She had persisted in ignoring him
icily until at length he seemed to con-
clude that it was hopeless and avoided
meeting her. All the time, of course,
Betty had been hoping he would, some-
how, make her speak, though she would
not have confessed it, nor the disap-
pointmntt she felt at his finally aban-
doning his efforts and accepting the
She flirted desperately, which gave
her small satisfaction, as it apparently
did not disturb him in the least. He
flirted, too, and so fervidly that it be-
gan to look serious in regard to Addle
Stark. Betty felt that she was losing
all the fun of life and all the joy as
She had simulated successfully a
gayety of spirits almost boisterous at
the moonlight skating party, but had
really been so miserable at seeing those
two, Bert and Addle, gliding about, al-
ways together, that she had deter-
nained not to go to th;. coasting route.
R'e hbad refused all offers of escort, but
;a..v, at the paishing of the goiy party,
sl: suddenly hau'ed her mind., whip-
pe.l on her suit,' tucked the becoming
cap on her curls and darted afler Ned
au-l hisA chum, who had just started.
-Taggtug!" Ned clihaed. But he
ma.Le no objection, for Betty was ac
good at c-, -::.' as any boy of them,
fully as fearless and as ftlet footed,
and now she rushed wvith them down
alleys, through back yards and over
-faces-. geing across lots the nearest
'.Lu. when the crowd arrived Miss
Betty was tritiuphantly -.,iltug down
the longest, steepest course with the
yelling boys, cheered by the mob of
town youths usually on the hill.
Most of the girls confined themselves
to the short, easy slope at the side, uin-
less in ,ch:ryge of a strong, capable es-
"It is dangerous, just with those
boys, Betty," remonstrated her f'ienid,
Alice Hoover.
"And it Is unladylike for a girl to go
floundering down with a gaug of fel-
lows," commented -Addle Stark, super-
"You don't dare to, that's all," Betty
"I'm not the only one. Bert said"-
Bert's appearance cut short the
speech, and, hauglnlng shrilly, Betty ran
away to the boys and coaxed them
over to a still steeper spot, where only
thle. r ore skillful and daring ventured.
Her blood was ioling: So Bert had
been criticising her to Addieo It
seemed the boldest treachery. As for
Addie--the little catl-she was envious

because she had not the courage to un-
dertake the long descent. LSh,. looked
sc:rn'.!y over uit Bert, taking tame
lttle flights, with Addte clinging to hin
shrieking in '...-, ru'..Ld fear. Betty
knew how be loved the rush of thie long
bill, with Ithe jounce at the cud that
sent them ii: across the bottom,
Sii had take it tugu-tber mtay times.
.. it was is ,.!.!, Ik, of her, was it-

IL, *~.: l!13W. Ireit~lh It her
~ ~ ~ ~ l- . . littI'Fh(e drew
-i pt.-;t tbnit borc a
.3. .3i,' A I~. k~lthe Iinmft

.t 1k. :!t 10 3Ill-.' foot
it )1.I

~~*.. ~ ~ etlg onco Ingtlred at

"< u',git.tiig too tCosathf"

*T'! ,'. !-,'it a bit of danger." h tty,
l:-.c)l, ai; i'Ly v t qfi hed by.
i -%. -i'd -be-tter ,-me over hem,"
W'i Vwh'!o u'-ged wh-n :LCtty. nil tho
boys hnl c]rnled the hill and wei'e pre -
paring to <-''sCuid again.
"You're so close now a little bump
would throw you on the? track. Don't
you see that, Betty"?" Alice interposed
"Oh, Betty wants to show off!" Ad-
dle sneered, and unfortunately at the
sam e instant. Bert commanded:
"Ned, you boys 'Illrin your sleds over
here at once! You're foolhardy !"
With scarlet cheeks and tli'hhiig cyts
Botty ssnatheld a sled and ran to a
point thiretl y over the railroad and
prepared for a downward light alone.
Command her, would he? Of course he
meant her! She'd show him! There
was nu uprta-r of warning shouts from
thi young men and .-ri,'k from the
girls, but F-c.ty wns too angry to heed.
As she started another sled shl'lown
diagonally and iddway the hill ran
Into hers, 1h:'.,: :; them both Into the
l'-,"'er snow, where they rolled over
and over and brought ut u last in i
tangle on the brink of a plunge just aA
a tralu :. v t-i l-,nq below.
White and shaking at the narrow el-
cape, Betty took herself off the head of
her rescuer, L..ohiling:
"Oh, Bert, crt[! Have I killed you?"
At the instunit f1) ,.oll-lson she had seeil
who it was' .ttemptiug-to stay her fool-
ish flight at the risk, of his life. She
had been too nngry and excited to uu-
dte'rtand> that a train was coming g--but ,
she had been silly-so silly l" ; '
She covered her face as Bert Apt tUp.
saying as hoe Lituhed the snow~fr .
his eyes: ,
.It's got to be soon, sw i,.^ .
can tale proper care of my- w .ffI ,... ,
"But you called me nnladyle
die, and this would be"-
It's a mistake. When Addle f .
'"on unhalylike I said you woreB'
g)od. sweet. wholesome girl -
finicky lady." he explailned ,' ddlig
calmly: "Tlivy tLhiiN we are about kill-
ed, we are > 1 .g ,-'strring. Thei'Il be
on us in a mhinitte, but we -!t here till
we understand there's no .going back
.on what young said. You've spoken to
mie, you know."
"Y-yes," she admitted faintly.
"And you1l fulfill your word soon?
They're most here!"
"Y-yesa," she sald again, blushin.
And le swung her to her feet as tho
crowd surged about them.

Kol(ran and BIlaIe.
Concerning, to ae' ".-*. 1resenmblntce
between ( lir'.i ..m, au. nil Mohammed-
anism Ilev. Napier Aiaolm, in "Fivo
Years In a Piers iu Town," saya:
"Theero are rea ly not manA:y ro'seiI
blances to note. Au ofiler ci Indian
troops replied to a :)i 1,.1;.,ii;.,in's sug-
gestion tlat It.ere were resemblances
between the two i-': .-'....1, 'Thore is
hardly a single pr. ;..- ..i o int whers
Mussulnmans and ('ii-i. i', are not in-
tireiy at Isv'ue,' wbereupon the Mus-
sininan snid,: .-' ..,.. yon have re-d
your Bible aud h-lve also read the
Koran. I always. u take thl. t re-mark to
Christians. I inade it to a 1i- hie.tho
other day, and iC ,:. **,.t ;!..i. ,.: .ay:
"Very true. D h.as.-djri-:; .I hus i
great deal la .. :i ii ithl, C'hr0i-
bianity." Well, sab.b, whc-i tl:,:y saiy
that, I know that ".--y havi* not read
the Koran and that they have not.read -
their Bibles.'" ,,

The Better


The tissues of the throat are
inflamed and irritated; you
cough, and there is more irrita-
tion-more coughing. You take
a cough mixture and it eases the
irritation-fur a while. You take



and it cures the cold. That's
what is necessary. It soothes the
throat because it reduces the
irritation; cures the cold because
it drives out the inflammation;
builds up the weakened tissues
because it nourishes them back

to their natural strength. That's
how Scott's Emulsion deals with
a sore throat, a cough,.a cold,
or bronchitis.


:' fT a BOWNE, "OinWo



T ',12 60 ",.2 6



''tmetheamlem 'T'a rpo'l arrivedl
I'is South ~ satfiirtlayIlflorn~ill. '
The icbr. Cleopin trs. came inI


jPensacola Saturday forenoon.
The schr. Lucy [H. arrived from
Pensacola Tuesday afternoon, bear-
ing permits form the lhealtb officers to
transport right between Pensacola
and St. Andrews Bay.


Fitted in splendid condition to take ex-
cursious or rtssengers to anly poiut on.
1 4 Bay or Gulf. (God cabin protection
.in the event of bad weather. Terms zeas-
S.-- unle. Agaol,
HX.IA t lG COV.1M A ; '
S Capacity 10,0 0 feet of Lnimher will Ferry
between Farmdale and AlaWton. ou East
B4V and will deliver freight' of every de-
ecription, including live sto any
point ow St. Andrews Bay. For particu-'.
Id-re, address,W. F. WooDJroRZ, Ferm-
dale, Fla.

Makes regular trips between St. An-
orews Bay and Pensacola. Good passen-
ger accommodations and special atten-
tion paid to handling and carrying freight
at reasonable rates. For partieular r ad-
dress, CAPT. S. W. ANDERSO-,,
Aiderson, Fla

Equipped With Two Gasoline Engines,
r,eavesSt. Andrews lay every Monday
leaves Peiisacola every Thursdav
J ,weather permitting). Special attend
tion will toe given to receiving and
forwarding freight for parties living on.
East and North Bay, passengers for
points on either trm of the Bay can
depend upon securing prompt trans-
vortslion at reatoaialde rates. Pas-
senger a-coinmm dations good. Express
and Railroad Freight specialties.' For
rithber information apply to
SL. Al. WAI.R. Gen. Manager.

C rijs Is lie 'l st Bay Miail t e1ween St.
At drtwp tiv, Wetappo an.d intermedi-
te poima. ,ea veps t)f. A. die'ta daily
.iexCept .S idi v i mt 56.01.1 -. n.; arrive aWt
Wersppo i ':;,+0 p. in.; leaveYWetappo
it 1:0 p. w. arri es # 't. Andrews at
:30-( n t. imtlcea Imhdln;- regularly at
Harri.o n-, t row, tlo'n, t..i'lkir, Pilia-
'Iurg, and Fariematle. "F'ptight landed at
mni poV ollice *thai '. For passenger and
freiglht rates, sue rte caiFd in the sev-
K. A. WVTrirKilL. Manager.

X W eEk's WVetrtr.
1'he following table gives the axi-
aum, inidinmumn and mean tempera-
tures, the rainfall and direction of the
Siud, for tihe twenty-four hours upding
at 7 o'clock p rn., as indicated by U. S.
government self-registerig t1 herinom-
eters. Max:Min. MNe. .It'. W'd.
August..30 88 72 80 .29 sw
31 86 72 79 .76 w
Sept.. I 89 75 2 .03 w
S 2 91 71 81 I .00 sw
S 1 90 74 82 .001 sw
4 87 74 ,t .95 s' w
5 89 73 81 .00( &w
I'orweek.. -89 1 73 181 I1.08

The Presbyterian Sunday school be-
ing united w:th that of the M. E.
church, a union school will be couduct-
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 all
of theae services.

A NATURAL DIKE. In Ireloand only one shaumrock is
-- known. It is an indigenous species of
The Voleoale Formation Along the clover which tft along the ground
Courwe of Fall River. tIO (uog the grasq meadows. The tre-
Natnrt' Is full of strange freaks, and fold leaves are not more than oue-
her agents-ralns, storms, winds and fourth the s7.ze of the smalest clover
even dust-produce results that might uir:-.ty se(n in Amnrica and iare pure
oftee ube mistaken for the works of g. .?en in co'or, without any of the
human hands, though frequently on a irovn chading of white and pink clo-
colossal scale. vers. The creeping stem is hard and
*. Volcanic activities are mighty fac fibrous and difficult to dislodge ftom
O Ors, and through them some wonder- thhe ,'rih. Ou St. Patrick's day the
r.ui phenomeina*are wrought. One of true shamrock has to be searched out
these may be seen along the course ol among the grass, for, though compare.
Fall river, in northern California. This tlveiy plentiful at that season, it
stream Is of considerable size, and the grows close to the ground. Later It
work of nature's gigantic forces may bears a tiny "white crown" blossom.
be seen between the upper and lower The information that shbamrakh Is the
cascades of the river. Arabke word for trefold may be of
It is what might properly be called service to those interested In the origin
a "volcanic dike." This dike e^xtcn s.- of the Irish race.
for some distance along Fall river.
a ar its banks and nearly parallel to .ollo -
the course. It bears close' resemblance Folowed'
to rouIghly constructed wall. Tb( A servant girl had been sent on an
top of this dike Is very rged al. Terrand. On returning she sold to her
the height of varying n1titudes. Ir mistress, "Oh, ma'am, there's been a
ome place it Is twenty feet bigh an', young man following me." Mistress-
soeral aces it thwckneset and agaIn Oh, Indeed! Servant Girl-Yes, ma'am.
several feet In thickness,adI know he was a-following me, be-
may be easily clambered over. The roc I k now he was a-following me, be-
f wch tha wall of nature is co e he kept looking around to see if
of which this wall of nature is o-I was coming
posed ki of a very porous character, was coming.
bearing some resemblance to pumice
stone, though meuh more solid and of A woman's Anwer
greater specflc gravity. "A woman's bonnet would not cost
That entire region is of volcanic ori- uch if it wasn't for the trimming,"
gin and ev.lently was once the scee Neithe miserly husband.whiskers,"
of great erur.ptive activity. Scoria and "Neither would a man's whlskerws,"
lava abomund, though the face of the answered lia wife.-Chlcago News.
eo-'itry is Bow thickly clad with timber
tnd brush; The dike begin and ed Sincerity is the face of the soul, as
abruptly, dissimulation is the mask.-Dubay.
The wall of the dike ts evidently the' Use Alien's Foot Ease,
result of vlecanic forces, and has no A powder to be shaken into the shoes.
doubt stood for many centuries. It Your feet feel swollen, nervous, and
stands clear from clinging rocks, has damp, and get tired easily. If you have
a narrow foundation, with vertical smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen's
walls, and is very straight. The ajys- Foot-Ease. It cools the feet and makes
tery Is what forces of nature could walking easy. Cures swollen, sweating
have piled up or left standing this feet, blisters aud callousspots. Relieves
rock formation so uniform. This dike corns and bunions of all pain. Tryit to-
s p led not a few geologists who day. Sold by all druggists and shoe
bas puzzled not a few geologists who stores. Don't accept any substitute.
have visited and examined it.-Ameri- Trial package FREE. Address Allen
cau f inventor. S. Olmsted, LeRgy, N1 Y.


-- The St. Andrew public school will
open on Monday, the 18th inst., with
Miss E. Young as principal aid Miss
Ethel Baker as assistant.
-Blank Warranty Deeds, abhort form,
printed on good linen paper,'25c per
dozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re-
ceipts in a block. 10c each, at the Buoy
-You never have and may never again
bave 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-
whet.e on this page.
-Wizard Icnk Tablets,Price, per
box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten ounces splen-
did ink. Economical permanent; abso-
lutely indellible, covenient, non-coiro-
sive. At the Buoy office.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St. Andrews Bluff, orBuena 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 ,
' --Every man Owibs it to himdtrf aiti
his 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.
-Capt. L. C. Gay came down from
Gay with his fine launch, Monarch, last
Saturday and took the Masons of St.
Andrew to Parker to attend the regu-
lar communication there. The ride,
goine and coming, was delightful; the
exercises at the lodge were more than
usually interesting andlimpressive; W.
M., Parker had his hands full and ac-
quitted himself in his position with true
Masonic dignity and to the approval of
the lodge and gave evidence that, no
matter how obstreperous the goat
migtt become he had complete mastery
over him. To Bro. Parker and Bro.
Gay the Masons of St. Andrew owe a
lasting debt of thanks.
-The yellow fever situation at New
Orleans appears to be getting under
control-both the -number of new cases
and of deaths reported there day by
day are decreasing; but ot.side of there
the disease is slowly but gradually
spreading, although as yet, it is by no
means alarming. No case is reported
nearer St. Andrew than Pensacola and
it is to be hoped we inmay be spared any
such experience. Several refugees from
Pensacola have, however, been here.
but most of chem have passed on to oth-
er points. We have only local authori-
ty, without legality and no one cares to
make arrcqts without authority from a
higher source., The state health officer
is doubtless doing all he can to subdue
the dlsea6e in Pensacola; but h& has
paid no attention to our appeal for au-
thority and it evident he -does not
unuerhtand thleasituatlon here, where
we are exposed to the coming in of
small boats from infected points, or he
would certainly accord us the relief
prayed for. Let us not get frightened;
but if we escape a case or two it will be
almost a miracle. The Buoy advises
everyone to exercise the most rigid san-
itary precaution, and especially to per-
mit no vessels, or even old tin cans con-
taiining water to stand about their
premises-see that every such recepta-
cle is thoroughly emptied each day; be
careful about your diet; observe regular
hours, an. if a case should develop, it
need not, necessarily, be a serious mat-
Cause of Insomnia.
Indigestion nearly n'lways disturbs the'
sleep more or less and is often the cause
of insomnia. Many cases have been
permanently cured by Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale
by L. M. Ware, St. Andrew and Bay
head and all medicine dealers.

Tis Shimrock.

easier to do right than it is to do
wrong.-Atcblson Globe.

City Versus Country Eyes..
In one of his delightful b)oks Dr.
Jfessopp. remarks that whereas coun-
try people look np Loudoners look
town. It Is largely this habit that has
limited their observing powers, but
London has itself to blame. I take it
that one can observe well only by the
piwer of taking large views, and In
London this/is Impossible, even If one
would, partly from the circumscribing
effect of bricks and mortar, partly
from the dim light of a London dis-
tance and partly from the need of
avoiding collisions. One's eyes uncon-
sciously acquire a habit of restricted
vision; our observation specializes, like
that of the little girl in Mrs. Meynell's
book who beguiled the tedium of her
walks by collecting shopkeepers named
Jones. Perhaps that Is the kind of ob-
servation for which we In London are
best suited.-London Outlook.
A Kansas City druggist says a
wealthy west side man came Into his
store Sunday morning and, throwing a
dime on the show case, said:
"Give me two nickels for that,
"Going to try a siot,machiner" asked
the druggist pleasantly.
"No," replied the wealthy man. Tin'm
going to church."-Kansas City Times.
Attacked by a Mob
and beaten in a labor riot, until covered
with sores, a Chicago street conductor
applied Bucklen's Arnica Salve and was
soon sound and well. "I use it in my
family," writes G. J. Welch, of Tekon-
sha, Mich., and Ond it perfect." Simp_
ly great for cuts and burns. Only 25c.I
at A. R. Brake's store.

A Cnstawaiy Tragedy.
Beginning due west of Point Concep-
tion, on the California coast, and con-
tinuing at Irregular Intervals as far
south as the bay of Todos Santos, in
Lower California, lie the Channel Is-
lands. In this ideal region for the
yachtsman, the fisherman and the
hunter one comes to feel like a new
Crusoe on his primitive Isle. And, in
very truth, Crusoe's semimythical sto-
ry -was enacted upon one of these same
islands, though minus the man Friday
and the happy ending. The castaway
in this case Was a woman, a Danish.
emigrant, left ashore through some
muischance by the crew of a vessel that
had sought shelter behind San Nicho-
las during a storm in the early fifties.
For over seventeen years the lone crea-
ture lived unsought and forgotten,
though the time at length came when
on the days the mist clearing north
win1 l etw she ('could climb to the is-
!and u-a highest pq4nt and view the
raii'-'rs' herds grazing upon the main.
land. And at last, when hope and rea-
son had both long died, the poor, wild,
gibbering creature was found In her
wolf's burrow among the hills by the
advance guard of the otter hunters'
fraternity, who had long wondered at
the mysterious footprints they marked
upon the lonely sands. Field and
Sti'e i'a: "
0"- ,'"""
The sWays of Pemilers.
Queen Victoria once wrote to Lord
Palmerston, then premier of England,
expressing the wish that she' could
speak from his place In the house of
commions. "Palmerston replied: "Vis-
count Palmerston presents his humble
duties to your majesty and has had
the honor to receive your majesty's
communication of yesterday stating
what your majesty would have said if
your aaj<|y had been In the house of
commons. Viscount Palmerston may,
perhaps, be permitted to take the llber-
ly of saying that it Is fortunate for
dilose from whose opinion her majesty
diff:-i3 that your majesty is not In the
iouse of commons, for they would have
"o encounter a formlIdable antagonist
in argument, although, on the other
hand, those whose opinions your majes-
ty approves would have had. the sup-
port of a powerful ally in debate."
Disraeli when premier had a. more
direct way in dealing with women.
One of them oned attempted to get a
certain piece of information from him.
He listened to what she had to say and
then answered, "Oh, you darling"

Of Cholera Morbus with One Small
Bottle of Chamberlain's- Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea
Mr.G. W. Fowler of Hightower, Ala.,
relates an expealence he had while serv-
ng on a petit jury in a murder case at
Edwardsville, county teat of Clebourne
county, Ala. Ifesays: "While there Iate
some fresh meat and some s h'se meat
and it gave me cholera morbus in a very,
severe form. I was never more sick in my
tife and sent-to the drug ptore'for a cer-
tain cholera mixture,- litt the druggist
sent me a bottle. of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy instead,
saying that he had what I sent for, but
that this medicine was so much b ttet he
would rather send it to me in the fix I
was iu. I took one dose of it nmid was
better in five minutes. The second dose
cured me entirely. Two fellow jurors were
afflicted in the same manner and on,,e small
bottle cured the three of us." For sale by
L. M. Ware, St. Andrew atd B&yhend
and'l all medicine dealers,
Success doesn't amount to so much if
a lot o'f age goes with it.
Iow many things we all have to do
.hat "goes ugiAlnst the grain."
If you are willing to spend money on
your fads you can find plenty of en-
couragement in them.
No man says exactly what he means.
T'o do that would require too much ex-
planatfin and qualification.
When you have no other reform to
think about, here is one that is always
important and timely: You talk too
The kicker attracts attention for a
time and affords amusement, but in a
little while people become very tired of
him. And how he is hated in his old
We frequently see this statement: "It
requires courage for a man to do his
duty." This isn't true. It is always

i2, 01

tho ex

As some readers of the Buoy may
not understand whatis meant by the
allusion to the "compromise board,"
it may be Wtated that there is an un-
just Alab ma law which provides fui
a fee of fiIfeen cents on every hundred
dollars of lihe obligation for recording
the mortgage, and, in this instance
that fee 'would amount to a good
many thousand dollars. The prece-
dent has been established in some in-
stances if relinquishing the' greater
part of this exorbitant fee and to that
end the directors of the road will
meet' th< governor, attorney general
and btat auditor, who constitute the
"coimpro mi6e ioard" and ask for a
reduction ofl hib fee.
Later, Alg. 28, Col. Merrill re-
ceived the following telegram from
President Miller:
Philadelphia, Aug 28, 05,
A.J'H. Merrell, Eufala, Ala.
jinanoiatl matter settled. Write
yoia from Chipley, Wednesday. Pushl
nirtfgage. L. E. MILLELi.
4'hua it may be seen that the cou-
fideiice tite Buoy has all along had
that, this road would be built, is
about to soon rewarded by the
complete the road itself.
ol tf'od- news to your neigh-
bora,'t Andrews' Bay, which
has s deprived cf conveni-
-cut relations with the
outsT is about to reap the
fulfill 'hng cherished hupes!
Wi WaUit 'Td n Tenner.
Applic was made at hnit;f
dozep stt before 1he man could ;g,'
one ten d. aru- .l for li.s rol;f o(f o-
"1 d.,:'t ; ,,,"- s.!1l the man'.i coi
panion, '" yliv y)u w'.'iit to all t-:;:
trouble. obol t'1e go)ilng to l")-y I!
money rpoIl 'v,-r t' you're tailor. 1 i.
didn't yon gi-e hint the one daIou;.
ills ?"
,'-"e;aui:e' It wotld nna!:e n btha, ir
irtos;ioti," want' I:e rieply. -"I anm !r.:
but I doh't wa;tr him t,) k',)w i!. D.V,':
.-ver vou g'ot in thtl't ix pay yo.ur <' i\-
in tile ;: r,'.-t bills httt yoi u i ,""i;
hold of. It, cdihamtc'.s your vnlue in in,,
"SUo 'u "''u f ti" -i',', '-Si- u 1:i v ;lp V-("
the W.in" fr fr ''. :" 'er."ihit. A ft,-lo
,viil :;: .hk'i. j.'-:.i' i.iurc of m; : if yx i;
;pay v ';t ( ,'o h ,s*,* *, iir i;;)l 't:tian -vit>
five, 'T ,: -s. A. .:'.,; i;l (.f ci':ok f-c'
andiic.'; -14 I''t y..-, havee .h:(I to hnstc"
around l)trtty lively to get the nicmnon.'
and tIhat th'jre iln't m't:c'l, left w'er-c
that en in.o fr'im.' A man who re'all1
hias ni'T t.y ens afford to 'p;a inu pnnift'l
if hie i .fesl:khe it, but he who hes litter
can keepp) up his credit only by using
large btlM."'--New York I'ress.
i .. .%
T -l.Oltest Paper Bookls.
What i'b)elieved by antiqunaries to
be the oldest paper book in existence
Is the "Red R[ook of Lynn," an ncileni
register bel.oiningi to the corporation
of King's -Lynn, England. This vol-
ume is known as the "Red Book" from
its original binding having been of
that color. The first entry is a tran-
script of the will of Peter de Thorndon,
burgess of Lynn, dated 1300. The lat-
est entry is dated In the" fifteenth year
of King. Richard 11. Fifty. years ago
the book. ws repaired and rebound,
and the kanes, which age had reducsit
to a loose, fibrous substance, were
carefully resized as "an aid to preser-
vation. -
T ,hrn About.
An Irish doctor was asked to attend
a patient oin Tory Islahd, off the Irish
mainland. The doctor said that he was
willing to'go, but that the fee would
be 2 ($10), payable in advance. The
Tory isla der paid the money and fer-
ried the doctor over from the main-
land himself. The physician finished
his duti and wished to Ystart back.
The bnlyWay to get back was to be
rowed back by the same man- who had
carried him over. The doctor asked
what the charge was. "Two pounds,"
said "the T'ory Island man, "payable in
advance." It was paid.

: The Puresit of Man.
DIm'ptI. or Zudhrectly we are all in-
teresftd '1 the pursuit of the desirable
m ple, for whom every function sla real
ly arranged whatever be the ostensible
reason. When one sees on all sides
how eligible men are run after, fawned

upon, flattered, cajoled and hum-
bugged, (an the truth of it be denied?-
Ladles' 'ld.

An Unfair Fling.
Mrs. lckwire-If woman were
given credit she deserves, I don't
think would be quite so prominent
in th old's history. Mr. Wickwire
-I e you are right. If she could
get credit she wanted, he'd be
in us ... ..

B. C. T.A.


0 RE.
Fiom ite K a Timies and News
the Buoy copl, the following letter
written by L.A 'Miller, who at the
time ol wliiti was in New York,
indicating earl" activity in pushing
the construct' of the road:
New 'Aug. 16, 1905.
Mr. A. H. M31ill,
Dear Sir: re nev mortgage is
ready and I arve i he financial ar-
rangemeits a ut completed. I will
come to Eufall'to .ee you about the
26th or 27th 'ist. I desire that you
at once take e matter up with the
compromise -toard. 'lihe Coutral
Tiust Co. vfl be the trustee; the
bond will be6.. I engraved and listed
or. the New, k Stock Exchange.
Very 4y on11s.
..- L. E. MILLER.
P. S. --y r1 whether or not
you conu ta at Montgoulory

. E.. N EED E"D
Annually, to fill the new positions cro-
ated by Railroad and-Telegraph Com-
,panies., We want YOUNG MEN and LA-,
ulIEl of good habits to
We furnish 75 per cent ofthe Opera-
tors and Station Agents in America.
Our schools are the largest exclusive
Telegraph Schools in the World. EoLab-
lished 20 years and endorsed by all lead-
ing Railway Officials.
We execute a $250 Bond to-every stu-
dlnt to furnish him or her a position
paying from $40 to $60 a month in states
east of the Rocky Mountains, or from
$75 to $100 a month in states west of the
Rockies, immediately upon graduation.
I Students can enter at any time. No
vacations. For full particulars regard-
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of Telegraph,
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SLaCrosse, Wis.
x San Framnvsco, Cal.

(! ;Za byWh',tit aLy have
0 h~l:a c~ruvtinv7
by II - --."
, ifre.'','r -
it, y '.-: r,
-rl A-y

Woman's Logic.
"Yes, my father made me give him
tip. He Isn't any good at all."
"Is that so, dear?"
_"Yes, indeed. Why, even the neigh-
bors said be was worthless. He dissi-
.pates and is horrid."
"You don't say?"
"In fact, I hate him."
"Graciousl But have you heard that
he Is to be married to Belle?"
"What? That Belle? Why, what on
earth does a nice young man like him
want with such a girl as Belle? I am
surprised."-pColumbus Dispatch.
In the Beginning.
"I tell you, Singleton, you don't
know the joys and felicities of a con-
tented married life, the happy flight of
years, the long, restful calm of"--
"How long have you been married?"
"Just a month."
Like Finding Money.
Finding health is like finding money
-So think those who are sick. When
you have a cough, cold, sore throat or
chest irritation, better act promptly
like W. C. Barber, of Sandy Level, Va.
He says: "I had a terrible chest trouble
caused by smoke and coal dust on my
lungs; but after finding no relief in oth-
er remediess, I was cured by Dr. King's
,&w ,Disseapve for. ,Cqnsurptionn
Coughs and Coed re e-sale of
any Cough or lung medicine in the
world. At A. H. Brake's store;-50c and
$1; guaranteed. Trial bottle free.
Quite a Distinction.
"If you will be very careful to eat
plain food," said the physician, "you
will enjoy good health."
"If I have to eat plain food," an-
swered the epicure, "I may have good
health, but I won't enjoy it."-Wash-
ington Star.

The way of the world is to mak."
laws, but follow customs.-Montaigno.



Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news-
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
g Yg-" 1 ithe great kidney, !ieer
L J and bladder remedy.
It is the great medi-
cal triumph of the nine-
/\:kJ- tteenth century; dis-
Ill covered after years of
scientific research by
-" -Fj iDr. Kilmer, the emi-
S. nent kidney and blad-
der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trcu-
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
foterm of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp=Root is not rec-
Jmmended for everything but if you have kid-
aey, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
ust the remedy you need. It has been tested
In so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur-
:Asze relief and has proved so successful in
e, ry case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may' have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
Iad out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
.Vihen writing mention reading this generous
-ffer in this paper and i
'end your address to .N'VV "-
-)r'. Kilmer & Co., Bing-
N. Y. The
Sig lar fifty cent and Home of Swamp-Root.
:oi!ar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
Don't make any mistake, but remem-
ber the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil-
mer's Swamp-Root, and the address,
Binvhamaon, N. Y., on every bottle.


I),o You Vaxint to Soil Your
Business? We cansell vou" business,
no matter where it is located. This is
the age of specialists. We are the only
exclusive business brokers in the coun-
try. We have buyers. What have you
to offer? We bring buyer and seller to-
gether and male quick sales.
Robt, M. Eurich & Co., Inc.,
Pittsburg. Pa.
Buy An Established Business,
and secure for yourself a steady income;
business is the ild fashioned, time-tried
method of getting rich, Don't monkey
with "get rich quick": schemes; we are
the only exclusive "business brokers"
in the country, and can place you iu an
established, good-paying business, no
matter where you wish to locate. Write
today and lot us know what you want.
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Pittsburig. Pa.

Tuesday, 8:30 p. m.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m,
Wednesday, 2:30 p. m.
Thursday, 9:00 a. m.
Monday, 6:00 p. m.
Thursday, 3:00 p. m.

St. Andrew,
"M il-mile,

Wednesday, 8:00 a.'in
Wednesday 410:00 a. m
Thursday,' 6:00 a. m.
Thursday, 12:00 noon,
Monday, 6:00 a. m.

riay, n1:ou a. m. St. Andrew. Friday 2:00 a
riday. 10:00 a. m. Millville, Friday, 4:00 a.
Pensacola. Friday, 11:30 p.
:P A-.SS-HBN-L -- E?,: ?ATES.
Pensacola to St Andrew and Miliville, $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabelle, $7.50. *
St. Andrew and Millville to Apalachicola, $5.00.
Pensaoola to Mobile, $2.50.
m ir 1 . 1 .1 '

obe above rates include meals and berths. W. G. BARROW.



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Pumps, Furniture, Etc.

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and Hardware.

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





Dry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries

Notions, Provisions and Feed .Stuffs.

Corner Washington Avenue and Bayview St.
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a strictly Cash or Ready Pay


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For five of these coupons and sixty cents qeat or brought to the Buoy
office we will furnish you a beautiful finished 14-kt. Solid Gold Fount-
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Stiller and is fully warranted by the manufacturers and can be returned to
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t i >\-'- j STEAMER

".a -,SC H ED U L E,


;Le l lntombs i l ving Spi'.-r s as Food
Ior Her o
n u1mimnmerl x;'a5:VlB I: 1: A. w 'P.no I
Sh ',iatorntal instinct (,' t' ;,
!i' ;e mad dau!or wru.
--'.. i gathering. mortar at the inrsgn ho
~t:'erm pool r, pdle. F ,lib ..
anndibes, which serve as both spade
--- -m .... ,.-.'-- nd hLd, she bears the load of mud to
7Jme :':- : r ....f. r *' or wall or
Thursday, Sept. 7, 1905. *'.or( .." borm. h nro ear nn shines
'8-T mortar until. after many vtists to
ST. A N R E W :ine lli, bed, nhe has bul a tuabuia
:,d '.~A ; ':,-i "- loulg t"i u I't.-.
GROCERIES. .. hi:t '" ', -net k"
4ugar, l tb Tea, it ,it l-, -' i lir rt.l. n-
Granulated ...6/ He No....... 55. .s. wil :ii. hle": t In mot
Coffee,&A ...... 5 Gunpowder. 40 r ;s''io w!l% P-! : 'fi c .
Lt brown..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.40-60 cO:"'e if t iLme t"-i : wi! lih:c: into
cffee, Cond milk, can '.Vtlh,)!S h;i;r.i whose natural food !;
Green.... 12@20 Unsweetn'a.10 ) vilg sp)idu's and thel:e the mirAthl'
Arbuckle,l6 12-15 Sweetened.... 10 -'oc.; .u ep-oure ni,'d ento.n:) v--'t:')
Giuger snaps 31b 25 Baking powder ,er Vn'd e.'i ,) Iinu;':.ry. (a ilhi orran I
3rackers,soda.. 10 Royal...... .. 50 1 iaiIy 1.e ,'I) v.1awking over an.i
rolbacco, plug 20a60 Campbell ...... 10 ,er o;:v(.W a o vari'. .; s ,r t, ven' -
laisins Canned fruit ii '- ,. t .... t "
London layers.8-15 Peaches .... 10a20 ",- +, a . ..
Valencia ..... 8 Tomatoes .. Sa l2 tares, ,"Co1 .' I c .' tt i I.;,, e-'
tilc( .... . 6 o A apples ........ 10 ) 's and s: .)! ti, (.es even to herself. !r
tpples Pears ......... 15 .he .o.rcup :. <'xpec -ntaInf 'f prey, salli,
Evaporated ... 1- Plums. ......... 10 _,,il', t> a;'O. lht iit * Dried i'eaches Apricot......1. (1-20 -pive, i)t a c;;)or. The v,''w ;,
Coal Oil prgal ....20 .Strawberries... 20 .iak,': the s;,Ikou t lai.t from wlng-
a.',iu. . Z0 Pineapple .. .10-20 nd foot, itaiiL- i n tie spider, seizes
.. urid. rtir iii .0) :O anted Meats .nd .l,:, it. bears it to ler cl, 1l n-i'
-.o.......... ..15 qoast Beef. 2.12 1 t tl '.-iu C. MC', s ii
-. b ee a r't o..' rI' Ied "B ee f. k...
butter. .. .. 25-35 jpbser.... 2 A SIL
Oleo rgei 1 Salmon... 10@15 A SLENT TONGUE.
iar .. ....' 7-10 Canned Vegetables
ar.' '...... 5 .Baked Bea 0 ,here Are 'Tilm -s Wlen It Is the Part

ocosalut pkg. 10 Corn....... 0@15 oel t',., n ito T :.
S}Jelly, glss T(0) 2, Peas..........10 "a lbe'st 0r n i J Vk r >.. '.. Th
Iinilui. ...... 45 1'inpkin 19..... 1 a 's '-e o iov '-ec i irestctv,'" said a
Eggs per doz... 20 ical who knt, i.'
PROVISIONS. M:nuy a ria.tat r has be-n ba;it oon
Flour Pork Star of S'lthl, 2.35 D. S. pr lb.. 1 ulhig prc.;utury d
Obelisk...... 3.25 Bacon Sides.....12 g v :
Uorn Mealprbu70-60 Fresh ....... 8a11 It 1saf to bo silent w1rn yo .
Oat Meal pr lb ... 5 Br'kf'st Bac'lli 16-22 .It ..fo, wo ue 5i ut . l .r, '
Corn per u ..75aW0a 11an canv's'd 15-20 ". o'". AdwaUd. '.riuI ,r- t.f
Potatoes Shoulders.... I! -'';n is) of a fri'.nd sas otl> o0 pro,
Irish ....... 1 40 Beef ,'. ;;: U 1t o N1 wa:it to be li;igity surn<
earlv R'seeseed 1.60 Corned ...... 8 .;,: f .'i needs thi wo'aui'Ig :
Sweet.. 60@75 Fresh ........ -8.10 i h e we' quanflied to amito. lt.
idit, pr 6ack... ;.00 Dried......... 2. I^i ; i> )aill wheii your wvord. wiltl dis
Tale. ....... 5 Milk pr qt ......10 ,- tg.'. 1t Is infinitely beti'- t ; be
S. II A D WARE. '' 1, fo1(,. ( '(tl.tn to iltlk" oine foe!'"
tiils. oer 1bt1/a5i Ax,with handle. 75 ;,n" ; ";e to cope with ;,re.
Galv wire do.6aK6 Hoes, each....35a50 e; si: when yo re word wV.!I in
..lailla rope...9al2Copper paint, cant 50 'etoa
live i ook, .$8a25 Linlseed oil,gal 55@60 ie te ager or di:confort. Al inered--
lve :ok.iBi;t!t of geal. l. n@se0l in th
"ile, per joint 18o
ipe, p D OODSil practice of trying to make our
Dt G aOODS, dislike their iiends.
rints, per yd.. 5a8 Checks ....... 'rds li r n.
S ectinigs .... Sa9 Flannel. ...... 1a40 Ne':" peak when what on have to
Muslin....... 9all Thread per spool. 5- say is in early for the purpose of exiadt-
I s a. ..... 15a45 Shoes,ladies.$1a2 75 ing your i.lf.
lI'4trapant spit ,225 Men's... $140a300 Shut your lips wl'h a key when you
MISCELLANEOUS- are inl, i,red to babble incontinently of0
il y pr cwt..75al."S Oats pr hu ....... 60 ourself---your ailments, accomplish-
Br.n.......... 1.25 Brick pr M.... 13.00 tmnts, relation loves, hatreds, hopes
RsIpe Sisal .....7@9 Line pr iibl..... 75 and desires. It is only to the choice,
FRUIT and NUTS. rare friend that one may speak of
Oranges pr doz... 45 Pecans pr Ib..... 5 these things without becoming a fool.-
A pple ........15 Walnuts......... 21 Philadelphia Bulletin.
e oni ........ 20 Ailmonds ........ 15
OYSTERS Chambellain's Congh Remedy Ai's
in shellprill000 1.50 Opeted pr ql .. 1 catre.
'IVE SI'TOCK. Nature.
Horses... $30a150 Cows ....... $154$25 Medicines that aid nature are always .
Mules.... *50 7 Hogs ... .... $3to$i most effectual. hChamtierlain's Ca iu.h
xn.., pr yoke $65 Sheep ......... $2 Remedy acts on this plan. It allays t e
-" :e-is l'O U e.1 .l 4,54, "co gh, relieves the langs, aids e\pectorm -
t- 5 .. a. .aI .00 Ducks....... 2.i50 tLons, opens the secretions, and aids na-
S. FISH. ture itn re-toring the system to a llhalthy
S ,h Salt condition. 8o d by L. M. Ware, St. Aln-
Mullet. pr do" 25c Mtllel pr 11>1 5.50 drew and iJdaybead and all .ucdicine
Trout .......... I 5 Ti Jt ........ 5..50 dealers.
Pomipanio pr Itl.. 6 Ponipano. .. 10.011
Sturgeon...... 1 Mackerel.... HM Animals That Shed Tears.
LU M BER.. Humboldt states that he had a mon-
Flooring, Ceiling. key that shed tears when It was seized
Face rt, ... 1.00 Face l .. 12.00 with fear. Rengger noticed that the
Sapce .. 120,00 Sacep ... 10.00 eyes of a small South American monkey
Sap ro siding, Cl0a plfoards, filled with tears when it was prevented
Ueart lace lin 14.00 xiin. pm. ..$12.0() from getting some coveted object or
ler face p 0.00 Finislig lir- was much frightened. Darwin cites a
Buff Imimer. 8@12 ter, d. $12@15.00 third case of a monkey from Borneo
"teartishiigles, 2.50 Lath,l m 1.... 2.010 which in the zoological gardens wal
g.p ,' 1.50 Bo. ruFunimer, frequently observed to cry when griev-
J ,ed....$20 ed or even when much pitied. Sir E
-- Tennant, descriiing the capture of elc
$100 Reveward. $100 phants in Ceylon, says that when
The readers of this paper will be pleas- bound som of thnem lay motlon'es.
ed to learn that there is at lea't one wt'h no otluer indication of suf'erln:n
dreaded disease that science has been than te tears which incessantly flow
ande cd from their eyes. The keeper of th.
able to cure in all its stages, and that is Indian elephants in Regent's park has
catrarl. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only several times observed tears rolling
positive cure known to the medical fra- down the face of the old female ele-
ternity. Catarrh being a constitutional phant when her young one was taken
disease, requires a constitutional treat- away from her.
meant. Hali's Catarrh Cure is taken in- -
ternally, acting directly unon tl'je blood BEST OR T HE
and mucous surfaces 01 t;i.e s..s... -, therii e- r l W e -
by destrving thei, foundation.. of lhe dis- fl EL
ease, and giving the padticut strength bv D W L
building up tie constitution and assisting Ifyoun haven't a regular, healthy movement of the
.... bowels every day, you're nil or will be. Keep your

nature in doing its.work. The proprie- bowels open,andbewell. Force, In the shape of
violent physic or pill poison, Is dangerous. The
tors have so much faith in its curative smoothest, ase, easiestmost perfectway of keeping
powers that they offer One Hundred Dol- the bowels clear and clean is to take
lary for any case that it fails to curee OANDY

F. J. CHENEY & Co. Toledo, 0.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa-


S Pattence. os
S Ftien"o Is the most important factor -
In making a success ofife. reai
'work was ever accomplished without EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
.a wholesome amount of this attribute Pleasant, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good, Do
rt .dqthe qachiever. God, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe; 10, 25 and
yictlced by the aClilever.0 lents per box. Write for free sample, and book-
-*'^'i let on health. Address 433
,. Leprosy. Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.
Smallpox, or variola, was not known EEP Y
to the Romans before the sixth century KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
Leprosy is a3 different from'it as palsy -----
Is from St. Vitus' dance. What Is this IA H A
awful disease? Something endemic,
chronic, malignant, with cutaneous n o H P R 1
lesion. It N a scabious: afflctiontofa T l a l,
dreadful character, attacking' nations
negligent of cleanliness and the decen-l
cies of life. All that France and Eng-
land gained by engaging in the' cru- DADI A
sades was leprosy, and of all that they PARKER F LA.,
t6ok leprosy was the only thing that
remained with them. Ini olden times Is prepared to list property
every man laboring under the disease
was imprisoned like a thief or a robber, for sale and pay taxes. or
Moth holes and the mildew on walls collect rents for non
were believed to be the effects of lep- residents.
rosy.-New York Press.
Terms Reasonable.
The Baldheaded Eagle. .
. The staid, dignified and homely bald- LAMBERT M. WARE.
headed eagle, the glorious emblem of LAMBERT M, WARE, JR.
the American republic, mates but once L i ASE 0 N
and lives with his one mate until he or L M, V AR L & SU
she dies. If left a widower-even a Dealers In and Agents for the
young widower-the baldheaded eagle Agents r th
never mates again. Ile remains alone Sale of
and disconsolate in the nest on the R e a I 1E s t a t e.
rocky crag or in the branches of a tall
pine that formed his domicile while his Taxes Paid all Rents Coliected
mate was alive. No other female eagle f01o Non-Relidents.
can tempt him to forsake his discon- St. An'lrew. Fla.
isolate life.

. I -Tor In the Di
A medical man in France
to be ,'res--n1 at a dln- i-
slonal capacity. He git up e
eked some miles, "flamed" t
iiid ii:tiltered to his client,
i ;hIly wounded. Wh' n b
1itud wound were healed he
his fees and sent In a bill foi
patient replied through his
wrote: "I am told tlmhat bet'
there Is a question of delicl
forbids even the slightest a
of trade In such a matter. N
doctors nor the seconds are b
the ground for money. If y
;u your climi I shall, to my
Kret, be ob'igolI to leave to
duty of settling this fine p:

In a copy of the O!d Farmn
nac, printed about 100, we
following lirtio!e on "the
and extinction of fireP:" "Nev
lied by eti'v!elp~ht, espcill!
bed t.oe uiTO'intu by curtain;
forbid !i1 i1',1 of 'igar's in :yo
t aill thi e-, but (' here.is g >'. re's'.on to suppo
.-as lat'. on fire by a hal
.1 cigar, ^-',"^h a woman
'hr, ew away to prpcnt hblne
;a the u.anhe athy and offenslv
f a'noking.'"

EIrnlng Their "Dol
Tlio rinn- l. of a. lii,'g,0 Ir<
(.l".l -h .i;ririt if. NOe Yo:'k
n11fTepo')e that the most un-Am
migrants we get in this co
.it the Chinese or the Pol
'nTunr;ariais, but the Parlsi
utresse.- milHtnerf and linio
'rs. Thpoe women come heM
S'e price of a 'dot' out of
(no-riu" vwa-eq. It takes
fI- yp yvoars to do that. I
iue they never mix with A
!.,ver visit a theater, never
.".t nttfn;t to learn the
'ine of' mni go to the Fren
ia t11n.tys; otherwie tht
'>" :t'' rI ;n:4i except to s
*ren'ipti a! I'ilrnd in New Yo
lime ,romp'ed out of their li,
kk ij notlung" day after day
''': >, v-l't'en they get back
ud leg!n to live again."
l -'or' ivlng.
C'onstnnI:? was three. He
'.i f .)ei to do soni

," ',--. i i->- t it! W .sn't i
." ( ance replied co
"'1. ;i , 1n7ihL 1r, delar; not

Lemons as Med

Their Wonderful Z
on the Liver, Ston
Bowels, Iidned
and Blood.
Lemons are largely used
Mozley Lemon Elixir Comps
compounding their Lemon I
a pleasant Lemon Laxativ
Tonic-a substitute for all Ca
and Liver Pills. Lemon Elix
tively cures all Biliousness,
pation, Indigestion or Dys
Headache, Malaria, Kidney I
Dizziness, Cols, Loss of AT
Fevers, Chills, Blotches, P
all Impurities of the Blood, I
the Chest or Back, and all ot
eases caused by a disorder
and kidneys, the first
Cause of all Fatal Dise
WOMEN, for all Female
ularities, will find Lemon
a pleasant and thoroughly
remedy, without the least da
possible harm to them in any
tion peculiar to themselves
and $i.oo per bottle at

"One C Dose Convi

The Sleep of Plants
The leaves of the common c
i good example of what Linn
Vd the sleep of plants. At s
two side leaflets of each set
bend forward until their edg
meet, when the middle leafl
downward( to touch them and
the picture of repose.
Some of the bean family a
perfect postures of rest. Tihe
hangs the end and central
each cliu'ter directly downwa
Ing to the earth, while the std

leaves of the scarlet runner have a
similnr habit. The willow foliage
twists into a position that is almost
vertical, and tie leaves of the vine are
raised slightly at their edges and de-
prc<;esd o.toward tl'e (ceu'er.
All such sleeping foliage is singularly
rigid and retains tihe position wuich it
has assumed. This persistence is 'due
to the pr.e'ence of water in the tissues
of the leaves. At dawn of day the
plants awnkc(n, nnd their leaves re-
snur.e th"er (orr.nhtnary atltitucie.

-,l. i'i .... minm ,
wahis asked H. W. jooley iu vsi:ted
tarly, tray- St. AnLdrew (or a tldays, looking
he swords after his y, rvtey, h c oinIS.i.st1 o c
who was I
roth honor the Mrs. tAnt",1 anld tims. llerick 1 1
looked for pr parties in St. Andrew a nd at -- i "--> FLA.
r $10. The Cromanton. A pleasant acqiainitance You know the medicine tat tii
wife, m was formed between the gntlenan makes pure, rich blood-
acy which and the publisher ,fhe Bi,.v Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Your
appearance Rev. Dr. Ianimit4 presiti-n older mother, grandmother, all your
ther of the E. ci resi an holder folks, used it. They trusted tR OOds, r ceds, P riy isi"
brought onof the M. soi, D

ou persist Chae- l week ai:, t he Ed ,hed S arsapa illa Boat Stores, Hay, Grain and Feeu Stuffs.
oolnt wth and assisted in udluiinisterilig the it. Their doctors trusted it. V, carry at all tines a WVell Selected S.-ick ot Merchantdie adapted to

sacrament Sunday iulht. Your doctor trusts it. Then the St. Andr,.ws iBay trade.
Ruv.C.L.ia Kinsey a. trustit yourself. There is C01JN R 'R PH OD)UC E BOUG H( T AN D SO LD.
Alm- fore C. Lto. ne, la,, health and strength in it. FI H AND OSTER DEPOT IN CONNEC ION.
r's Alma- for r pastor of the M.E. rch "I suffered terribly from indigestion and
find therthin blood, I found no relief until I took
pr findl helere visited hi.4 forther charge last Ayer's. Sarsaparilla. Four bottles permia.Wl NotU r s 1
eor read in weelr and pi eachet iii. the church Mas. F. B. HART, Mt. Kisco, N.Y.
y if yomut 8uluday morning. IIall>,idi Elder Ham- for Lel or I,
s. Strlly mitt and soil dellI, ill company f

ter night MRionday morning chBlood
se a house E-irle, .s foul' .a' Cllecl,, John
f gsnm- '. *i'"itntI. is ia-"g' his ..'and vyer' ts ri t ,:E11tl-aprlt "
di'toot-., jliarents andilI.is uItlei, aunt.s and P ar n aiatv
.rajcicet'heo Perzet e Creature.
e practice Ccosiis, whose unaies ar, legion, at In his )book of travel and observa-ion, Manufacfurers i f f
S Eoiina. ighIways and Byways of the Soui-th," g l r 'ngj
I.VWni n \B ^l, ol iJock- 'Ir. (lifton Jobuson tells.wIh what liiin r U1 1 nll
.' tn' l' il'll ad gallantry a coloroI -r m-h.I (M M n 6

erienn i. who have been here for several weeks, ;Tation. T!a,- i was to'be ia mw i'u
untry re started for their hr ad tted to the church that day.
untry are ,tartel for their liohe' Mouday mo,'n- Because the candidate was fI'lM!n11, l
nes or the ig, it seemed appropriate that h shmii A L
rie work. Jas. S. Baker who has been visit- 'ncter to the miracle of wonu's cr.a D a
re to save ing his parents in Old Towu left fur ".ewels," said he, "are found In the alers in General M merchandise,
from two Tallahasssee yesterday. ; garbage and in the ice chest. Yes, di P, r cier, F
n all that monds are very often found in th. Dry Goods, Groceres, Provisions and Feed.
rmericanubbish. But not so Eve. She was thet
mericans, ket Off Cheap. climax of God's work-the fi,;'st and
language. He may well 'think he has got off most beautiful of all the thing lhe ba
c-h church bheap, who, after hbiring contracted made.
ey never constipation or indigestion, is still able "She was created not from com monil
hop. This to perfectlyrestore his health. Nothing dust, but from a crooked rib taken
k t will do this ut King's New Life fromr the side of Adam. She was in no AN D
"k i just will do this but, Dr. King's New Life way ordinary.
'es. They Pills. A quick, pleasan. and certain "he was an extract-like cosmentic.
buto what curefe headache, constipation. etc. 25c or perfumery which you ladies kno "
tat A. H. Brake's sore. gtiaranrteed, about-aiomething betteranod hio'' eoni AT A L ANTON ON EAST BAY,
--------- centrated than the usual. Theres. ATA aLLAi O ON EAST BAY,
r mother, .- o Profession. difference in things. There's gr e ARE NOW PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR
r mother, Old P. ,I ;-. qM.-gigan was as well there's grand and there's g1r-..tc-11. Th -T
ethig know cu b: --sweep stretch" asa the creation of the world was great, < R 0 1 (1 H 0 DR E SS I E I) IT E
said: "Oh. blueoa, "n i ._ (.at. As hl work creation of Adam was grand, but thi-
t naughty ee e -c.me.:h.tt ldeao with: creation of Eve was greatest." Whether Large r Small W rite for Prices.
solingly. the increase of years the residents of Whether Large r Small, W rite for Prices
naughty tie ne!ghborho;'d Urged the employ- The Cicada FPable. -
ment of an assistant. Several species of insects have ap-
EBarney did not look up6n the sugges- paratus for producing sounds similar
tion ivith favor-it savored too strongly to that of the grasshopper or modifica-
of the time when he should be "laid on tions of it. Of a different type is that
the shelf"-but he consented to the with which the cicadas are endowed.
trial of a new haud at last. and a stout Only the males of this family are sing- ,.,
youth was, englgrjd whose broom made ers, for which the Greek poets called =0= 4- ~ i ' *l C_ 3l
S quick work of thIe lea s and litter, them happy because their females were' ._
"Yes, sir," Bnrnoy admitted relue- dumb. -With the ancients a clcada sit-. =- / r / -_-
ta.ntly a few niorning later when ask- thig on a harp was the symbol of mrn- 'V-'
-.' by an old frI'hid if he did not find sic. ,A pretty fable tells of the con- ... -
hisq assistant n good rk-r-"yes, sir, te;t between t-wo elthara players, In r '. -' __ __
'here's nI denying he t the muscle which the curious event happened that i\ l. '-
t a swing a broom in iy; but, man' whe one of the contestants broke a -- -' ;
a!ive, when it co ) the fancy string- a singing cicada sprang on his I .
ticine to,<'ioa round a lIn ,d a sewer 'harz a-ltr helped him out so that he "' 1 r '" ^^ ;...;' >''' i A ''*- -- o wy hel n gn; t p e * ' ^ ;;:*

ffect r .- Te Wor- o''a. COMMERCE AVE. EAST OF BEc ST., ST. ANDREW FLA, -
"Yesterdaty I bought," write sa core T
nach, Engaged. people -emember, spoen tson ti black j J, 'tton 5 A and
that after miar'iag barrels can w n Igt home I found on those card I
Y' b' avoided, by keep irdigestions 'Best Australian Make.' I took a pen Ul ia .Mdcll es, i T Arlil e
in good condition wi ottlic Bitters ell to write in my account book. I
by The S. A Brown, of Benn ville;S.C., says found it bad 'U. S. A.' upon it. 1
BIirtr* from dyspepsia, eompl cated with a tor- ener was 'New York.' I got out a
Sfrm dpi i CARatrenYws'Handle no Quack Nosru s
thartic i Li liver, until sho, o,t her t th match to light the lamp, and on theCAREFULLY CO POUNDED
irposi- and vigornd becae a mere rek of box was 'Made in Sweden.' I lit the PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED
:osi- and vigorand became a ere wreck of lamp and found on it, 'Made in Bava- DR, J, J, KESTER, M, D, Dru wist.
onstia hriforer self. Th trid ec- a,' and so on and so on."-London- -----
Disease, tric Bilters, whIch helped her at once, Telegraph.
petite, and finally made hereilrirely well. She TIM E TABLE
implies, is now strong and heallh\." A. H. A Remedy without a Peer. .
Palin Brake sells and guarznteestlie n, at 00c "I find Chamberlain's Stoima-li tix nd BB

Gat inhe't* Br''eetheraremedy.nIeestreuse dtbor ,';otnaci1." LOUISV ILLE & N ASHV ILLE R R
d liv~. a bottle, LIiver 'Tablets more beneficial than any
cases -:.,. troublee" says J. P. Klote of Edina, Mo. In Effect April 14, 1901
E Ilr soAd n a *rl;,.... >. i..' .h> lh For any disorder of the stomach, hlilious- NEW ORLEANS AN I) MO(i,1,'.
reliable which a h':nt u.a.un rr'w :I. ,,' oa hi., ness or constipation Ilthese tablets are No4 No, 2 No. s No. I
ngerof hounds a pel-'rs In -a q .911 -*d -ony -without a peer. For sale by L. M, Ware, 12:35 n'n 11:05 p.mi. Leav'e Pensucola, Ai. ve 5:00 a.mn. 4:00 1' i ,:
condi- pointed in I-":) ,-.11.. -l',,' I >c:th o0 St. Andrew and Bavhead and all medi- 2:22 .inm 1:02 a.n. L.Ioinaton, Leave 2:33 a to. 2:3"4'
s 5e Royne.rd, tre Fox.' 1)y fr Wiimhan, cine dealers 4:22 .. .', "'. Mobile, ". 12:0 It'l 1:25 ;.<
Yoang: '. 8:25 7:a0 Now Orleans. 8:10 p.1. 0:30am..-.
DRES He quickly folind te io'' r A NT I NOR'1'.
Too hot for stay. LE AL NOTIES. "
And soon N'ed CaIlet 'pied .him INo. 2 No. 4 No. I No 3
nces." Btealng arose tlM wWyy. Notice to Creditors. 11:05 p.min. 12:35 p. min. Leave Pcnsanola Arrive 4:00( p.n. 5:00 a.in.
'"Tolie ux!" then Calet cried In Court of the (toun y Judge, State o 6:15 a.m. 6:3( At'ivo Motonmeny L 'e O 1:15 a.l. ::35 p. m.
And'gave a gibbet shrill. Florida, Washington County. 11:59 9:12 irinhm 8:3I 4:05 "
He tossed his brush as who should -In re E.tate of Lambe-t M. Ware. 2:30 :50 a.m Lquisvillo :1 p. m. 2':45 a.m
loveus call- "Come, 'ks.sm yo w To all creditors, Legatees, Distributes 7:20 1i:59 C 4 :5
aeuscall- "Come, kl me you wll and all Persons having Claims or de- 7:20 p.m 1:30 p.m. St.Louis .. .. 1 8:55
unset the Some, however, derive the cry when mands against said Estate: I'ENSAOLA AND HlVEti ,lUNUJ l(rN
A rnf to r a fox breaks cover from "talllis hors," You and each of you are here notifiedd .. .A..lA A.. 1 l .

o's nearly the French'for "Out of the coppice."- and required to present any claims and No. 21 No. 3, No,. 2 No. 22
et droops London Globe. demands which you or either of you may Daily. Daily v. daily.
o-- ---t--,-- have against the estate of Lambert M. 11:55p.m. 7:00 a m. Lv Pensacola. Ar 10:50 p. m. 6:30 p. m
ompetes Credof L e Back After Fifteen Ware, deceased, late of Washington 12:15 n't 7:13 onia 10:,7 :0 "
County, Florida, to the ua.dersigned ex- 12:20 '" 7:16 Ynie-tra. l-0 46:01
ssume as Years of .ttffering. ecutorkjof.aid estate, within two years 12:23 7:18 Escambia. 10: 2 5:57
wistaria I"I had been troubled with lame back fromnthe date hereof 12:35 7!25 Malat 10:23 5:45
Dated :it .'t. Aldrcw, Plori-ha, .Upisl 12:39 7.15.|4i
h#leaut of for fifteenyears and,,l fouuda complete Da St. Andrew, .lorid, A.ugmsi .2 7.3 '' Ill I'S1 5 .
-d, point- 2N0, .. 19u5. 1 2W.0:N)(;jlt'111:156:27
le lealIts recovery in'the usc of: Chairlain's i'ain LYDIA E. W liE, 1"2:58 7:30 n Ilililmit 1:1 :'2
e ,ea s n .s ys .Jn lsher, Gillhau LAM RERT M. WAR1E. 1.50 it. Im ll .... (.God lk,....e .... 4:55 "

tHU I ijn tm~i~.m,..T 'm~ *LImm

"nu. I i """ "u l !'" v H i'oi w ,1t sIvitr au
equal for spraits an f hiiismu-. It "is for
sale by L. M. Wiar, St': Andrew and Bay-
head and all inediciai d.aeli -.

Oieane. and beautiioes the hair.
rrmote-, a laxuriant growth.
vei yrabisto store Gray
Hair to its youthfull Color.
0.om scalp diseases & hair falling.
)aOc;*id $1.00Wt Dniqt a
Chamberlain's' i cCholera and
Iv erla is Buin Irrhoea Remedy.
Never fails. Buy it n It may save life.

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Aunt Chloe and the Di inner.
Mrs. MeJarvis had Invited a num
'ber of friends to dinner, but the cooh
left her on the morning of the appoint-
ed day without a moment's notice,
says the Chicago Tribune.
In this emergency she hunted up an
old friend of the family, Aunt Chloe
wife of Uncle Ephraim, and asked her
to take the cook's place.
"I'll cook de dinnah, misses," said
Aunt Chloe, "if you'll give me wot's
Mrs. McJarvis agreed, and within
a few hours the dinner was well under
Later in the day she visited the
"Why, Annt Chlooe," she said, "I Lave
only five persons to entertain, and youl
are cooking everything there L-; in thet
house! What is that?"
'"I want to make, .se',, mi'- :s" s' ai
auntie, "'dat dre"'il be suL1'n le'."

Daevlid Brennard and Yale.
In Ihe course of a talk on the life of
Dayjd Brainard at Longmeadow the
story of his expulsion from Yale col-
iege came out. Brainard lived in the
time of the evangelist Jonathan Ed-
wards and "the great awakening."
with whi<--h I utith iteni were id-ittifled.
Bra i 'ard ,i tt-er." Ya' J le i 17 ,T n:id \ as"
exrMtpled hi his junior year after being
f'onmd g"ii1y ion he -h:rogn' of having
*'. ( lt:,'n-y t t* th Ii :"I':m'"m,.. '.t tIhat a
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Milli ffan
Deer Land
Mossy Bl ead
DeFuniak Sprinirs
-..+ Ponce de Leon
Grand R1idge
RiverJunction L

Old Mnn of the Mountalva.
The title "Old Man of the Mountain"
was first applied to Hassan Ben Sab
bal, who founded a formidable dynas-
ty in Syria A. D. 1090. He was the
prince or chief of the sect of the Mo-
hairnmedans. Having -been banished
from his country, he took up his abode
In Mount Lebanon, gathered around
him a band of followers, whb soon be-
came the terror alike of Christians,
Jews and Turks. They paid the most
'nnip' e obcedienoe to his commands

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and b0(lieved that If' thecy' sacrtfited
fbeir lIves for Ihlj~i sake they would be
rewarded with the hlghe:st joys of
para:e.For 200 ycers thce( "Ass'ai
slu'4," as flier i''v 2 l1evecnn
uk-,e 1.)t of' t':i t' i,-the -otmnntr,
.Vht vk, 'i Ci.V.te "Old Mall
of .'Ao ~ ~~. lrs~

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Makes thgt hair grow long and heavy, and keeps it soft and glossy.
Stops falling hair and cures dandruff. And it always restores
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2.-: AN .-. NEW YEAR'S.

A -Day of K-ebtdtot RIti.ites and Spe-,

To a ', r sapne'se bre:ikf0.st oni
New Ya" d i: a t-'.iio tiA rite rath-
r tihani a vivui;,r stiufjictioni of the ap-
,,. : says tHO .O Ii.lol' o I-'.:in 1.,. No
ordiT-Iry dishes re *..-n:'.I.,, at this
na..I. Tlbo *1te a must be made with wa-
htr 'tirwn from l th well when the :74-1
rny of sun -.1 it, a p i,-,ut ri-of
I1m, teir'ls -I.. .:,i by law forms the
st;*pli (l ;h, while at the finish a meas-
uri.e tf slpoilI -,;ke frotm a red lacquer
cup nist be drained by whosoever de-
si 's bappiness during thle coining year.
InV tie room is placed an -:.i
t'.ila," or retd lacquer tray, covered
w ,h -ver:reen lec.ves and '.** ii'-i. a
Ir;'-,h cunpll in,-. a lobsterr. oiran;ges, per-
siaion;, (c-he;:ti. dried sardines and
io-rritr roi'. All the, se (lis.h(i; have a
s a hi, i:i s tro-11. The names of
soi;o:1 niF Ifloonoymns with words of
hf':y o:in:i; tl'e others have an alle-
orie1-l neaning. The lobster's curved
S1 .. . typify life pro-
Sni-;d ',,i the frame is bent and the
h'::mld I onug; the sardines, which al-
wV'i rN i im nyll ars, ,,i'.r .- coajii-':t!
hliss; tire l-'rriag is symbolical of a
Au"1"1V_ 1 14'
''le Oi,-le'd'h are not Intended for con-
s:a :,t.-iln. aitlough in most cases the
iii tt W',.. is fairly keen. The ,rthodOx
.T. i i.,/,e' not tnl '* I 1,, 1 old 3y(a- out.
he ri,- .. a .t 4'to :. ri,? the heT oe ll,,.or
and p-rfrimis lany ceremonies .before
he bri'aks his fast.

A Cfeerfail View.
When OK4, i Ransoinme of Potterville
atw 1.1i.- I il l -..,.i' ;.-41 by tihe physician
who lhd ministered to his ills for three
days in New York he puckered his lips
and g'avo a shrill whistle.
:i.y sars, Ozl, you aren't going to
give that man any such sum of money
as that, now, are you?" demanded his
w;r-, -itb much spirit. "You know it's
exortimn-you know"- But, to her
fii;.i.nienlTM, Mr. Ransom placed his
c-inds in his pockets and ti',,-'d back
the botel chair in a position that Indi-
.,i.'tcd pe.ice of mind.
"Nw,' see here, Eudory," he said
t(,.,, ;!'.., "I didn't smise it at first,
bLt -when you consider that In Potter-
vlL Ii'd have had to be sick most six
m ,ltls to run up a bill o' that size
w','ve got .' ,iii;.1.; to be thankful for
that I was took with that spell here
'st'-rd ofl at hoie'o."
Mr'a. ian1-ome Tn r--',-l her hand to
her' lurril-head.(
'ti '-*::.: -. i.,; you had only been
'ck ti:ie three days at home, and"---
-1.4 4, ',.:..it 4with a bewildered air, find-
,i 4. ,,, I comfort in her i,.'i'ti.,Li', rea-
s.*14 4-y, hfol'n"-
e'voe rk: a n .td to -'i '-'," said
r,' a..'-.; -ith ,v g,'' t ;:k, li.t decrees of Prov-
S44, ,. i. t a.; tuhey '.."e. You dwell
r,; th-,.'h o n y being saved six
et.': i ,d y,:;'~it in the heat o' sum

Sgpofled nis Appolite.
l'aron Ciatb.am once akeld an eptiure
!... n,-.:,- oysters le should eat in or-
.i t1 ... in-, te i .,'-.1 ;i.' eti.k e for. dinner
in',l ,I,4 told rw.eat W. 4,. .htoe be-
., ,. :..n;, ... l'T., baron, who never
Saw :1 i."' -. te ten dozen :ind then
plaintiXvely retuarked, "'Pon my word,
I don't tbitk I 'am as hungry as when
I le, lan."
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S Lanid U(1i,-e at Gainesville, lia. ?
'uI1ly 17, 1""'
Nolti is ,o r yli 'v given that it follow-
ii1g; -n4I0 iiitueitioni to make conmun itma l) pro,f ill
slpi)ort, ot his cliimi, nld that s id p oot
will binminado before the clerk of the cir-
cuit (>urt ,t Vcruon, Flohj on Sept. :.'0,
1905, vi. :
AN I 1' .'. A1EEiS, f4 Fo tain, Fla.,
[Idl. 7',?i7 f'r it :- of n, La sw} f ni',
11. 141 I ,f swi of sec. S3.2 1m. nu' r. 12w'.
lic 1nu1e the foliowinr' whtnes.es to
piove Ilis (Ionwetiuous re'.-idoutd e upon
an4d culltivat.ion of said land, vi;::
1B. McLomore, J. U. McLi.mora, M.
WV. Nixon, S. G" N. Brooks, al of i'omnt-
;iin .... W(. 1.dB)NSON, reistr
. .'Y Ilitor's fca. 1. ..'J,
,T(i'li, Fi I .)t U UBILQAT4IIO,.

tN,.(d Ollice at Gailosville, Fla.)
,Aug. 1.4, 1 905
N,;twI'C is herebyv given thl it thei follow-
in < n eii ':d sittleir has filed r.otiee of his
itrltion to niiiake final i oof intsUp1ort
of his claim, and that said proof will he
n c before tho clerk of the cironit court
at V rtmon, Fla.. i on Sept.l, 1''a3 viz.:
SAM i.i- \V IS. of Anderson, Fi-a.
lid.t..".,- h.r. tIe 41 of swAt, ent of sw ,
and nwfi of a :.1i see. 14, tp. Is, r. 14w.
111 1naimes 1.,' following witnesses to
provc hilI .,,i" liniiuI, residence uponl ai i
nl!ivail ,i ..I i.1 I ind, viz.
I[ .- ,. .11 ,, >.i -'lr, (,. i, ,11" ,,! !' n,
, 1. . ., I' I \' . : ,. '.-,.'. t l. _.- t-:
I '" .i t._.r'. tcv 1'i ''

- al l-N 011n al tl 114' l 'ji

- 4 Ulj"Nult caiaiti.Tel~4 ,
bmt. is nin Thwr. hIt in' thle mid

ally 1( t i, 44414411 V .I.t 0 lin.-], l'it
t1uio 1- la i-, :it inli ih',
F 'itheai- ma-p %vIl 1)13 mmtt by m~ail

'Our Clubbing' List
'l'le TIIIX141. ho1 11. "idvry lib(1.4 Q,

he pizitru~il -"o- ..i. h a4. 4 ew 41 144Is3'hi
Lhilroal ~ 0 I'i412Ii' 44

'Vile B{-'kli .-:

Farmer noi I Fm iij It1' '.

do 1l1.' la'N~ 4-

'iIlit! coi-b 4rion .....
Fori amoy "r- e1 l4l- he1 Ift14- M14 ~ A.

dre~ss ,IV MY114 114% ii.. 4

Iit : .% r v i i IN f i. i i, .
T* L l ri 1 at I l,,- .1,, l;F l.).
.\.' I 1, :)1 '."5. \
1, i .. I ~ l. 1'. 1 t t 1 1 th' f,1l .,A -
i 4y hi 4 4 d ... { .I |I I. le'd h. lii l' t-
o I .. h Is -. l i ', ,, ,, 1 r1 ', 1, ,

S,. ', the clrk of the circuIit court at
x V -,- , 'i !.,, ,, .1 .'j 1l905., vizx.
! N i .1 it ..' Anderson, Fla.
[i i'..', for the saw i of of see. 7, tp is,
l 1' If,' nal es the f,.l., ;;i,_ witnesses to
S I.[. i 1is ciMtiiuouii residence upon aind
tt i nt, 'ion of said labd, viz.:
-; . (, ainer of E':onfina, Fla., CalviX :
i M1 Ii11, David Hobby aud Samt Lewis of
,i r,] ;on,> Fla,
W. G. Roulisoex, Reg;sl;i.
f' -1l..l.-r's fee paid.
Land C;'i.." at G:aii,'- ill.?, 1l" L
July 31, i]'. .
Noticeis9 hereby' civen that the fol-
I h,, :" i ,,ll'.ci q ,s tt,. r has filed notice of
his intention to make tinal proof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said prowo
Hwill be made before the clerk of thi
circuit court atVomnon, Fla., on Sept.
S' ,-, I-'', vi :
.' AL '1' C. A PINCKNEY of 1.a"h,--a.,
'41 ,id '-,"'2; for the ei of seo, sei of noi of
ec. 21, and the swi, of s a of see 22,
twp Il. r. 1w.
I' -unanmes the following witnesses tf,
0'i: prm'e -hi; eont irmious residence upon
i'l I'ii cultivation of said land, viz:
'T. L. Ma.hburn, J, L. MIa-.tibuit-, J.
'- N. Mashburn, G. W. Crooms, all of
S iayhead, Fla,
W.G(. RIO11tNSON. tIogistor.
g2&f*i.ditof,"8 if';u pai.

I|., .- 9 . 9 ,
, 4'ci w .... .a 4' ..

ii ys beyond knowl-

*' I, tJ I "4 1 o
,'!. I ,.

S. c - .url -:.-evo r '- so- . d 1
Sociology wtoasu at the bottom a f I,
but wt w rr wangs r(s.o0ibhe i4 r "I. so-
ciology is beyond the writer's, knowl-
When the corners of a woman'
macout turn upward aud te tips of her
:".'-'-- t rl ev r so i... r W.k.a, d

Tr ,ei for the dc-r .. '. i' i:f

ure i rran g-. lhey..- i :i,- ..It... i.
sult hersC'f.

k i a ll, , n1 ,, .. l' v
I It, ,onby .ay of i: i-i-; h : Ln
accord 11 with .Attur '- '. 1)1- .',t
gaard to -. t .*.... .. i .f o
ng her lady wup to Columbia, clad in
had t uuthi-l to ar .o ' and carry-
vsibleig" of mind t ward. inten ity.
st.i(iO fL-id o(f A .. !. ... *' ,.. .'..
richii and the very decided at the start,'-
tically the saure, l)1"(.!.- ,;i., .it. ',-, h ''
evershouly wieh '.at ., Ins ii f!, t a,
rush as oned have v. icarriage- and took'

I't',th.(i-.< ii,, ,:4''-djimmg l',:,1 -! -) v1ith
to threat cars, there unnatral tli t for
k n .;v ,-ledi e.tC.
rl lionfe than se evermight have been:
I;?n almost any thedany lhat winter wend-
iiby,L. r way tp to Colnmbia, clad in
austere tii1or made gowns and carry-
ing a book or two, as the "outward
visible stgn" of her inward intensity.
Soei iock, she decided nt the start,
should begin at home, and ith.r-i ason
she abandoned her carriage and took
to street cars, there eby seeing more of
ture life than she ever had seen before
In the way he 'carriedinter days arched
by. 1.. ;og.," step, it seemed to her, -'ritl
a gr-in, stlpefying monotony. Wi:t',li-.r
glane stocked backward nto the past or
fnwue.rd into the future, the ieo'.vh was
thc same--a blur of gray days huddled
togetlur by the pto notrspectiamaninve. over-
She was lsatlesslyf : ,:, .. some such
tlls and blhts as these all. S on her way to a lec-
tubynoe one dansy wheum a man in overalls
and blouse boarded though she r.began to
insuspe thct that te carried himself attracted

herwas only another of the endless make-n.
Mshiftsbywhic be the Emperor William trahe-
en f licog," se had learnus ed ona her ri-
glance took in the square set shoulders,
clear sut face and crisp hair. A few
Tiieio,i ng earlier it would not have oc-
curored to her to notice a man in over-
alls and blouse t all. Seen from her
carriage, \,. y had- been mere shadows,
by no means human beings. Now all
was different. Though she began to
suspect that the pursuit of knowledge
was only another of thglane endless make-
shnifts by which we strive to forget the
ennui of life, she had learned one cgrdi-
nal fact-namely, that the humbleast
worker shares all the most important
things of life with te t gfreatet poten-
tate. -
The -young wornkman meantime had
dropped -:to a, ornler seat' hLso mn odih
teg over ti.k otl'i and, w\vth an am ex-
tended frlong the back of the seat, turn-
ed a ':-. -.,.. *pl. ,. glance out of the
win ow, thereby presenting to his visa-
a-vis a in;rofile that, to say the least,
h .poke absolute physical iit''r itv.
1Hi handm she noticed with g .r.1 ii
womi41er, Ih,,'..' : large and powerful,
vwe'.i of the sobr mo:t frequently seen
yrotr -.;-,. from 1!, I sleeves of modish
tr needs or knowing tuxedos. 1aei,,rg-
ing from the sleeves of a blouse they
w -e ,..' ;: : short of e. rt 1'i:, and
iMio: :1]i:,'ir "was stored by an inter-
eat that d.-i 'ir.-.: tel into curiosity.
I V.hat manner of workman could he n'e
I wI-.) wcre- 11 tio hatilh.4meus ('f tP/l
i wit 1 the air of one d.cended firom a
, '-iLe for i11 ho4r'. ndnttuc'ad ing?
With Uw ahrpt tern ofti' th' h"-ad, un-
4 h:i.riy '. '; f h:a having heard
be' n, Ut 0'uer y, he t.Irn-d and received
l.. r pzn:;Jled glance t-u!l in the face.
Fur a iu.i.oait te'y stared at each oth-
,.4 wi4h ihc uu(il:;tau.t>l fraukaeseic of a
1i- ;ir of 4,4iId 44; th n M.4.isi ,- nclai',
Si. ih i ;ua <,-u: L t't' ,:-"i., of th, new-
-. aaic'r.ir-ed f'tivt th'it tho lhumbleat de
toi( l1r iS la a iieron mind not a i..t.
wit hurew b.' r ,ye, vwhiie the man in
o-,erah-s took his turn at~ilt' ..*;;,T
It was for this reason tli.-i, t, .i A ..
i:ot ree the shig-t t twitch of tihe lip3
that had followed the open amazement
of her glance.
When, later in the ('".', she recalled
the mi'.>,. scene ftit f,'niU.'.-e], she could
fin,] but oue excuse. It was an up-

C-'of t-7iint miidnerq which fa eprtiln
r b4 aid lngsisnek-ediscovered
"I .... 41ry Ilm "

l~in -''' 't I,. nv- h~' ~I,!" -1 io. ,.

I~~~~~~~! i-iti 'I.t~-4-'vr

." ':,.!". i' i' : ';' -ii ; ; : <-: .r l ? V y .
. 'j ,. ..I].,''r.i ;., !,..--.tj e o, :' "re ;

I. '', ..r l' -r .i I .:f'. T .-'- rd
with the serene blandness of a queen
addressing a subject.
"Pardon me" --the voice was very
winning, but the dullest could not have
misunderstood; it was meant t.) put
an Inferior Jl-._.I.-':y at ease--"l.,ardon
!ae, but I wonder if you would think
It very strange If I asked y .m a few
questions. I'm interested In labor
unions," she continued, w'!:b a b nuti-
ful directness, "M'.nd I slh u'd 'o like to
hear labor's .1. l1. .- the pI er i n-
alpty, but you have the ; pi.--' r-an-e of
a workmtan who ;:'r.k'.- I h'i-i--If --

;,! got no f: !'r. In .',-..tilm:,: In
thUl nmn' face tr.,..- .'.: h r into
a !pi:turer of froz ui .. -i." :'. l [Il.pl' '.
of mirth seemed to be .'hAii-Ani each
r, .'^< ,,--ve :gf ( i;rpx'n per' ,.. -' v-
V' in h.r h a:.il sh' met :Y'! S .i
'n*;" *'." itions. Ai'l n1 cr in h'er .*,
O .no m a "y n" it.tiy to I -! at l .
:ix a siWta. of bretlybss. : * v-nmver
:.:;d File u'i-t ta man so enlitirely inter'est-

Of himself he spoke but I.tib.'- but
'.-omietines In T very- i.' 1 t (of ".>,
1 e(p .1ion he woul futch a .
- '' X CI w io.n lol,1 in ," i.., 1
iatnt t-y 11n1 lh' is1--. lCot4k Ih.t L t- hi
do lu t w ith w i o' "" ,, or it',.. -
terment Iof the w.tirkinmt cla.-!.-'se. but
ci.. ulade h4ti . -, ...- .*-

hi y!,held a huna-


'h.'.ea .~ a*~.and T
un- 1, ,veit too. g, ,1l have
cal. onil. I me~s to us yo'tlwe'll

XV t', I t h1111y a'1,.1 1171 xx1--t y-tbe
i: v o0zi whO was playing a part
-- '" 114 i ~of his words.
l~t 1 -1i hiavi, had no fear, for his
lI1!;Cn-*T ri ..)4:1 mnard by which to
K.SbLO hi1. V-id Ith low
L. I .lu ; ',a l t:i g. zilral aP-

jil Iit. oA!t~ 4 .-of iffe f...r TIlic first

V.11 ',aringi:u" 4'izd mand
Ii : 0 :'r. q- t IP..m m ntnliih .i I *!e i mug


ne Q .i )kt ? 4 i Li V bhe -i-,fltid to
LIwt ca I Uo b "It 'se'. in-s, thiu. tuit

& j W ^& i,'s tell ianl1 that It
* 4 ,-.4 r^ riTwI to n e tle n1ITffr
11. pi,..aed at the address ohe had
-..r' :.l..Il o. a slip of paper for him,
-!~~ I.--1 ',is. shoulders and narrowed
his eyes t-:..'vhl uii., the outcome be-
ing a '-, .;.'i,.i, that she needed the leas-
son.: ,, **.. -, the corners of her mouth
were distracting!
In tlb days that followed Miss Sin-
clair v4 more'andi more amazed at the
',:,:;. :,i.,'a, i- v..-1 .as the contradsc-t
t; .u-.. of J.-,hn 'i:':-yt.n, electrician. His
,... ;. w';,.:i.l i1 -. on with a sm ooth
* :-'n i ,i.t. : r' ; in mnan ot1 hi?
i .- ~ .'- wi:i' v.t warning, break in-
, -'. t!i, i .-,3t .ai -p.iiting erro 4rs.
**" ialk-kt:- ,.. !i...!..ses! M ere bhack-
kl.ii- 1 ph .-:--- s h" e *c!aine;1 fervently
iu tihiewmid-.t of a ,iscussion one day.
- "*.-.,! M',: ni-,s, ,o :- ur men-vy-ron-lneint" 4
1 -- ;, -t"iln tL t,.rd syl. lble strong-
'y--"y*u can't .-o.. the things that I
,-'.e"' vV-r by ;,' chance did he use
N,-r un-ame.. YeT.t L's manner at times
--it niva lLmw l o, f' .i -.*:--''. '. ** ..she
.,,.. t iitW c. :! L,.mself a brute.
it 'vi.L t. :'tli !i 4. party three months
a.'r itL -it. I11:t i:. -t ng that the un-
i, -. :k!a[, t.jak ;.la.--,qi_ 1., ri ,. f fnash
of 'p.-!.!.p w1ti n Mr. ii.:t'rhen ..: was
. ,.-,picd to I'.:. and 'then Miss" Sin-
. r ',va .. L .-'.' 'f : 1.
1 '."Ii' he rjt r-i.ir i brazenly when
,I:-' f' ilmb hli~ f it,.l beside her at
t taIle. .
'"y, v -t is y':r real name, and,
i [ nlay EA-. \ ,1 regard life as a
I,.. i.,,,."' -'. -.'I- she managed to
ii I A'. t.- :te ,, .':n that elusive
t !. of ii!t ti --. of which is one
(.f 1 4'- .: ,.-, !.: ~,i rtits that society
,- ~~t) t l''it H.mrrington did not

.- .i- t-na Hamrrington, electrical
',.:.'.L,: ? I.,. a mind to know
*-- ft romi the ground up,"
lit i1r lilv. At Ihe answer a
S... I l.-oped Into her eyes.
r ..r bout low;, her" voice

.. --1 .1. I should not want you-
to !::- .'."

onity ri;.gicnl:aea.
;, 'mee ',. ,-:.1l..i tii.a( knowledTge
m.,. I.. o al b. ''i ,n ii nd and sea,
i'"1. ''.. Lii6 L.;r.,' '": i i-y no means
"'-, ,." t11.' II;- .4.1-, was simple-
-. i ."i-.' t'.i' _.*:,!, tie land as soon
.. i"' :bli -- l r' -imrnI-ai tc- it only for
,- c,,..i- o41 iLifeu.-. i;,f _.41d age.
H w,-i < ,ing his 4'1, n latter d-'.v
:.hb I.,' L a on th.o ',,lv.awrd porch of
?*,_ ,. i(',.t tii.arJIri,' 1: iuse and laid
S. W ; ... ti tlIe .-r boarders, all
"'f' o;.-[: yo'qpag !au.'ii-.l!l... ;..." One day
; .. l .,, Ira 'lr.,e a .mt.-.mnent in re-
.-ir I t 1, i :. lo :iT io -' .Japan which
* : Et the anoing per -: u.s ventured to

..\:I tM'e" tailm re,-irded him with
.::,-.t scornrie y...-Mulg :.a'' went into
tli.- lhouse. U to hi- o r,._-;j and present-
IY: r:,turned thi a larz.- atlas.
"'OW see 'e' C.t'apraiij Lane," he
s*:: i stul',boily, "I want you to look
a, t'i. map, hl..iase."
'."Wby. ,.' :ng lur.an," ai.d the eap-
i;'; i iundignautly, "*il you calc-ulate I'm
'r., ti' put ion my -;ers to look at a
I.'.. re book .got up I.yi a man that. so
far from ;illertug the sea, never made
o n meh s Fa single v'yage, more'n
liki- ly'"--Youth's Companion.

Genti*s Inimenin to- Prihes."
There Is not in existence a single
great opera, oratorio, .ymphony or in-.
i,-cil any fine piece of musical art
.lj:. ii 1I< the reiilt of the pri'.e system.
There I. "CaNallerla." which Is drivel,
tLere are uther works which are i'orse
..hiivi. but Uo one can niane to me a
-ally line work that bas wouna prize.
- m e reas4,.tlhougih apparently ridlc-

the 6-g mCp contertmltuouily refiiel t.)
i, ,.nmete for pri;lze. I know thtit .1 1
s'upllture it Is otherwise. Stevens' Wel-
lingtorn affair, which. they tell me, -is
I ept in a cellar somewhere, is proof of
that. Bnt there Is nit a flue prize play,
Iprizoe Ict.*', prize poem, prize piece of
"LIU.Ie. Sti, what has failed a thou-
pand ttmEu- may succe-j! the thousand
Sabi-n oatm.-'London Saturday Roview.
'I. ujll ( Man rred.
A 'farm la wy-r once bld a sin
J,!.. cua .tIo Atthe. A Clu'-or came
t. himu great distress. Two saa-
t iI livun iin tLe same house- had
I es ;jual age w ho so resem-
I-1-1 ea,- .Tr thnt ib-rh" own molth
w.' 'rere ni!l,',! to l distngh -sl1i them
I '. 1 il they 'v.,' -u t,"ltht.r, and it hap-
.._,...i:r!h t t tLe arr -v- ,,- of the
L !.Ce thf i .reu had become mixed.
iL,. ui.,-t-b toimake sure
:tI --y i i',d back thlpir own il-

w .,1
"'! -',' sl',-Jut' d th- law
4,. h. i I. n ,v .',-. t ,i lI at

It'. h l t -' no ('.-i'. that they
r ii:igei the doctor.

. ,,. ,.
.'.v,, I t a's so, why don't you
Shing tib h., ; :; in? I don't see
ily till In d' case."

No verr yet c.,t hi.s sidewalk
.i1ovel by sitting down and pon-
1 dineS ';.th of last yea's SOaaw,-
I ust',,, '" I


fow U It 1'-reis t) Cc Dow~tn lilto the

iow 1t. i<.. to u"t down into the sea
1u I-: t .. 1 (,' i4 : 5;i'ed as foa
-|, .ouy le wi IOa 0 4a1ie -the decent:
T' ;.1 ,go on a p.tir orI n3 cn.niga, leg'-
S*:..,.g 44}* sh:, 0 .ViO l:O 'i! -4 i w'ei 4h-
:4 fiQw t \.S :had "Vaos a'1 4'-'4. as a
.' .'I eilzld .'.,O "-,i- .'-. a Ti'a ;:y 11 .

oI'. T e sin '.'i ,;i i t 't ;h: lt "was vd o;',o
i4? 1' :1'. A .4 44 .4 :e,i the wat-.

1 it) w as < i-'.-u *tt s.i- the i". b
-. i- V ie s, t -'r e Vi'.- a wi .ic- t
i l';;l:" s ., 'II 'u ti 4; c; lr4 "'P 4 !.e ,; .
,.'.s4 t.. to i,,d 1 ; a '-. . i: hIou
4..tho'i' I' loc s d are laid -ive went

t J. ;t -') sk 1 1a -it !;1;. t .2 oi l te .;o btt.' -
:... -j o ft t.1. f n oun tine s'nrh:;ce

_:-ii 1 1': 7 *i t'y- vlb it'it- 11 lo t ' W rV ."
o'x .?f "; it ct. It w s .li t I ,d. .1 q!
I ,-1 1it, a'u l '-,Vai a a4 i o ,-;t 7 + 4-

**y. Foe tr men t ; i on a bell u'n-
r .ir s.:r of twenty-so: even pounds.
,u .. 444..t 441:4- b, -;)' ouactc' tl .T4 ,ou1 '.'

t,) le square Lich for ltbro hours at a
.n;; L;,> 'i' <-0o:-upesse.l air, VwI 'l-n 'wo
walke] o-n cjmInrI.thvcy dry groumi
with te seo all around us. tl t
p 'rf.e'ly..', '. l -.;L'. ;. .up to the man
*i : '* :' ] t ? t .-',r'u. t "1 ra't i to 1 .'\\[' 1 -

40<- 14'' ped as its ...,'ii|' ',: .- wish. Aft-
..,-',. -i.e,'[hug the smooth bed on which
te ri,)t)hro'i b blocks are lad we went
o't r t soa. ali'', 1 ': -. ', on the betmi
Io,- 4w :'ng in t'.ed center of the dbll.
"tI'., 1 .. '. -; a fou sndation on the
Saver of e ceanss. It ws signals, and
t'e stones rst placed in a belton. Th
.ecr a tl)rcss"'1e of twenty-seven pounds
Stose to there thcli for three hours at a
tihe, 0.--' ':' up the ground until It is
perfI',etiy s)oolh and level. The mu-
terie.l is thirwn into a large wooden
Wbox svslav in the center of the bietl.
light, but at t or se oats asovin, the
mn uicklyv tie np ecesd" y sgnals, and
awy we who, al ruder watsmiledr, of
couthe, until passage landed once morewhich tpon
the stones rust play.ced in psitio. The
elecrie ;:sh'kia- n the bell are placed r
cle to the thicically cok lttlerdialay, said windo-ws.
Amuen we stayed on the bottom qietlr
for a little wile t on the fish darede. at the
light, but at the noise of a shovel they
quickly dlsnppeared."

People who were present smiled at
the llyve passage of arms which took
place between two young ladles at a
luedncheon recently. One of them a
bride, shaking Hbads in her character-
isticaly cordial way, said to thce oth-
adr: "''i, so glad to meet youh You
have affed me so uch movery much amuse-
ment Just lately."
Amf shsellsent?" sad the other.
beatOh, Benny Ha," went on the bride. "'ve
been -i .... .ti my husband's desk and
have read all his, old love letters. I
found several very v affec onate letter.
f-om you, and I enjoyed reading them
really ever so much."
"I'm so glad iyou te'mjr-e.l tLhe," re-
plied the other. "But do come and see
me very soon. Here ins my cad." I
ha vce the" aiswers to all l ihose Iters,
and -you might like. to read them as
well. Mr.. X.'s letters a,'e so much
nte affectiomate t]han ', oe I wrot to
ji:n., I know you'll enjoy readi-iin K'-:.- ,
ever so much m. re than you ,. 1d

"Talk about *',* ; -': ,', t..,,"' said
the old pilot as he pushed back a heap
of shells and asked the waiter for his
check, "I never did see anybody to
beat Benny Hawser. Benny could
open oysters like magic. Never used
a l.ilt'e, neither Said It was cruel."
"How did he manage It?" asked the
guIileless young man from uptown.
,'zi.,:fi, my boy," replied the old pilot
Bo!mnly. "1-., t. t real Scotch snuff,
the strongest in the market. When be
held a little, of it in front of the oysters
they sneezed the top shell off."
*- o...:" said the young man.
"lce:,a, was all right in his way," ot>
served the cashier, "but he wasn't a
circumstance to a feller on a :'..'. ..t
sloop that used to run between Pulton
seip and R',.I vi,.'[, t. Why, when that
feller'd come in here he'd take a dozen
oysters and i<:i .,l! 'em in a row on that
very table you're sittln' at. Then he'd
begin to spin a sea yarn. I never
heerd another man like .him. Them
oyster. jes' opened their mouths in
astonishment at his whoppers. Then
he'd take 'em by surprise, whip 'em
out of their shells, sTrlrikle 'em with
pepper an' vinegar an' awaller 'emn.t-
?ow York Press.

T, troublesome Children.
Everythbng, Is relative, after all, even
age, yetc one might suspect thiat the
S"children" of one of. Mr. Muzzey's
"**IMen of the Revolution" might have
i -rrlved at years of some discretion and
proper regard for behavior.

Muzzey, ihe was the sole survivor of
those who w'tues.-ed the battle of Blin-
ker Hill. At the age of ninety-tive
years he was attending a Whb; cele-
Ilration held at-Boston in 1850, and
there I met him. He was a g(wd look-
Ins old man with a large, well Th.ped
head. blue eyes and mild ep express.
Ills whole countenance beamed withi
I asked him If he had any children.
"Oh, yes, I have two sons," he re-
"Any did you not bring them with
The old man's smooth brow wrinkled
Into a semblance of a frown as he said:
"I didn't want to be Ipl,-Ael I..o a
those boy-, on an occasion of this sort."
"Why. how old are they?"' I asked,
wrOniml r.:!g if he could mean his .
"Oh, one is- seventy, and the other Is
sevent'--iwo, lut I cou].lo't be both.
ered wiail tlieu.'

J ne'fl('1e *"Silent" C'or ,f.
A curi You. percmony is pr'f.uornod in
Japan by the court miuasicifu-.- at crr.
taun '.! '-::.! festivals i;,. !-I stringed
and wind instruments are used, but it
Is held that no sound '. midl be allowed
to fall upon unworthy tars, and, as
some of the ears present might be un-
worthy, all the motions of playing are
g,,-ti,.t .i'hl by the musicians, but not
a Tili-'h: sound is heard. This st...i ,.
custom dates back many generations,
but since tile advent of civh'ization has
rapidly lost favor.



Leads in Low Prices and Good


He invites the purcha.in public to call,

SEiu mine his stockL anid GET PRICES.

Pa3sthe ig1;st Prie for drene Saltd ALISATOR HIDES.

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SE aJ rn tooed Purity,.


Offers His Pro1flessioual Servic s to t i tize ns o t -ni .
S Surrom g Count. .-

A .d r "1A "U wm,, .. '"


s~~e'cf epr ,mi nd Wpmim Ai~veniues on Day Front,

G~nswao.Tin.watre vnud Notions!
W hatit You ca ni fuid at anly (Itl~c I- Siore, conic1l to tile P. A C K E T

H-ot Meals at All Hourgs of the, DayV
Cup~,.Vii Of ke 5( i 4'(: ,of Ien 5 (qs Il~ii~ii;1InlI



-, 11 44

'Thi1is the Iltest "tl1141 most complete
Itnd low for -' 1, i; plants in the garden. It
s s(I-1 .141j stable; the i.-t-,lit the block to
* hth the blade is attached keeps it in the
' i and t dethe eth of l'.";n. in i-. regulated
Iy' 1ft a liun.e i s. A, boy or girl of ten
y".i's can handle it with perfect ease. It has a
2i-in;,h stcel wheel, the l,1-i:], of which makes
P low light of draft. It la, five blades; 1 is
uir.ing mlod, 2 a shovel, 3 a w,.,.,or weeding
Ml!:uade, 4 a bull-tougue, 5 a rake. Wronch
with each plow.
:> We have made arrangements by
'l (. l r ea, t ( n frntilh ti.s i5plow it
to factory ht-, $.75 wih&


purbaserto payI't -;\ )140th't)eF'i'il 1.1 jitdxi 'pdthBro

Tie P1)l0W I-O;y ho 0SUeU in OPeraIon ar)t.the ted It~l['sresidence at. any tiiue
Order from thc BDuoy uigect,


~ ~, pzi~irfoa f Text, Iseel In Printit
litg 1,1 the alkI!l.
~ ~ ~ ~ t1 Is 'e.t Itireaklct a.so practical a
If. p I~l- fas the Gerwas continue
to uiv, ii(.1 ack -1I'."Says~
'4- 44 ad yx Len laIA from small
V t~~ type on *iI~ypdpi1' with if V speedd
s is tbhe CZ.so, with niost daily

lit h e of C 7'.; noalpha-
bvtI.l0no.'.i _;Ides
i>" .s. ~ ~ z,. ,.An thirN' alj1;aIOets which transfer
Gr0aded 21 ,,o&, Sm4ic NH.;e L ~ taa t' in, iost knuss ler
14-Y-fr, I~ n4ss and [1rx-eclsic'n are iL. best. Con-
.~. sitlered From uthese- -'n1~it the Ger-
-j yL ill a 11 -La I kt I: i i'So1 ..11:.!!.- ,I-St. That

Sold at SL Anur v,'s Bay, In.IiaI yin -oa:-1n 1 --f-.. t.ii xm:-
At P,. tue pihave ,nio .I..iabout them.
1Call for free, Saim1TAO They want to rv-:-a l e reader and
~~ ~reach hIm rn .Tberefor i nrla y

Wo euE ci for sale a sti ip from t0e ciiO-~5
south !.), of. the rr.. '-,: alif of the ._Q, too, iwith the commercial '
[I'l [PIthV.q'C t tnl ii 0 on lfii1lpg tovkbrLokeriiand mer-
I);r)4 s.:,lah~. U 11I -' -0t. rilnn~n in elm ,U t4_ ivh,i o time to M ~te In d&-*
10' t4 ~4I.,-iI'i-Ai-- t Vto '.lnbqv.oii -liri. haly printpd rierman text-A
-4.. *A'ii It L- 4.. J:\4 I.- d4*'14 he J)l1mcIN.hI.l-page ifi-t)"
a C. .I4 s 1-3 U1

trii -.' r~.g ~nt~.Y, the niawes0o
4-n dflthe' comunr s]gns. tihe letter.
B T S F '.C.- 7;.Ti tU YHOR S. lag on car- m]- x s i *[ijbtlN('2, pvell tern
A -. ~n i a'N I)Thorough
4 .,'M......... 11,0r iillWD- 144' I....t11 c*1 ii Inenrly al-

L ".. . i.i 1. 111C4/. -I. -. --: 14 If 4'r thei- ilf'.-ri'll-ltv of
1. -4- .Y w spo5I~ilmen, uIc' hiv"'12:n text is the f wit flutt n. tiny
v v.c" ti *14ey Loqbes., bytoo lavish Ia ll -, 1.:- 11 'ol 81 orks are printedl
arc .f ru w ad WLlp and bearing in a Aa. ih IAI-I- been tho case for
voe1*?i Ri4.h -. Cye',w-.iit It -has liid little effe"?ton
(a- 115 4 i hos watt0Ou of04.. 4 B4ii' agonor'rdina-
lxlA45I:', t-f In:1hiour s~urn r ii P 1 >. IrtlrI :1e !A- r ,I n l 'hto rci~s i thi~i
di U f' 'c. Ii co'di'r g to our constitu- I e I:, -w. a ft. i e r e lii m p tii -
tii-Sarahll rauld. hoc:.: 11)[1t1 fii l n'"-
Instlic(t is, tile lname tfhat we ,jive, to que-uifysent hack b1i, ,'k whit.% '"w.re
mth es h che- llstact:omrinot to be I-)ItIdIfri Ink imanl, rCui nptisiltoj rc-atl
41A (4411 u 1 1,Yx comul0Uo Sense. Polv- fthei."-New Orleans 'lhiie4.I'o- c14

e-r ;td ?t;.r ioh-. t are t-i;, that keep
,a nfltion a4ive .- art "Kennedy.
%o Lin m4- S ;.ernl and kwomun marmry
it's ii;i'w :' mI:'..VX s cior witih1; nio mo-
tive e::.}' n 'r)veity of ', ". ; mar-
ri5d0 ti;ey are t4 o 0:i to reap results
w'hic'i ttlswy do not want.-Lavinia
iHar t.

The fLongesnt Novel,
I'h'. "'.i s-y 9f tihe L-.hI: Dogs" Is the
" lished. For in:,''. vy, perhaps, it is Lwrit-
ten !i .J:p!ne:"\, so 10 no one \,-.-; set
himself the t:,sk of 1', .,.. 'g it. It con-
tains 106 volumes, several hundred
characters and numerous dogs, all of
which are successfully di.,...:d .of by
the time the last chapter is r-';!',b-d.
Just Itaglne reading through tlhat-
one book tL'-ar ,.a ,!. last a lifetliel!

Mrok- the RM-gnlntlons.
At one of the este-ru niriy posts In
the day- t.f polniaul eight tLeirve was a
yi 1.'' II *i' ;--ilt who wa-li careful to
sea that the iegilatlons relating to sa-
I';ti,;h were faithfully;- observed. One
l,.y a soldier who was leadlng an ob-
streoierous nule to water and ln'i both
hands fully 1:41!.,id in the la'ik was-
met by tl.- 1!,>-.ute.n'nut. The soldier,
iwh bad an .i.tnation wi.m-It deinmaud-
ed his msnl''.'.1-I attention. frilled to sa-
Jute lthe i i'-' t, v. h'> i :'ii;: lately
r- ;!ed 1,: to a -. '; .t f."- h's r nlsks-
"V.' ,-, d.(I '"-w,.1 .)t ;alte nu tedlcer
when you : --.' itnin'r" he dem-mnled.
"You ho!, th;,s inule and I will,"
calui.y rt-ri'i-I the' nnum.
lBut the 0.,:ton-ii.t did not invlIt, and
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