Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: September 21, 1905
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Volume ID: VID00226
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VOL. XV.


*A 2a


OFFICIAL DiPEC tORL. PUBLiSHED EVERY THURSDAY
U. S. Senator-1st di.tri,..-, S. 1U. M l-0 A ,T -'t'. ANDI[-:\V. FL.\.
.. lory, Petusacola: "d I,.-tiict, J. P'. Onet ..oll"ru Veair iin .\il dlne'.
.' 1Taliafero, Ja'cksonville.
S epresentatives-Ist District, P. M. l. ,ted -e-, :,. ai ..\ ..,
...:Sparkman. Tampa; 2d Districr, ,- ,' t. h ,
Frank Clark, Lake City; 3d Di;3i -:t,r' I,.
W B. Lamar, Tallahassee. A. ,t t : i-, 3, 1;9.
iaund OfTce-R-tegistLet, W. G-. Robin- WILL AM A. EMMONS,
son: ll~ce-i1er, 1. S. Chubl), Gaine.- W{LLIa mR, Hi S,
,'ill r' 1 1) 1 1r 1 'Fr i, P .
.* .S.t--'.' - "" 3roward; d e c- ___
,..,t. . Tr a r ,= 1DiiD hl J ai a .ttd,. -. p-r intc- h pe
.r\'. '. .' .. re n .ra lt ', ,, _h r*
] E- t. i _. .. J. Croom, m onthi. FI ,.-ition ;t 'in.] extra ri'dinrar.'
S- y -', ,i;t-.n i ": L oI Public lusIruc- -.-' 1di.;tiM l l bt.. l.,j ct to -pecial
tion. W. M. Hollo-Tay; Commission- a.re.:-n.,nt.
-- er of Agriculture, B. E. McLin. *"Lu.:al irift .,, per line, tiri.t iner-
Btate Senator, S. W. Clark, Blountl- on: e.
.., town.U .
^1.f Iff.tdfi Cquuty-RdLrF, in


J: 'W Teik'-'o-'oift. County'
Clerk, Recorder of Deods. W. C
Jo Lockey; Sheriff. C. 0. Allen, Ver-
'-non;'-' Deputy, C. H1. Danford; Tax
Collector, Jno. R. Thompson, St.
Andrew; Treasurer, Louis H. Ilowell,
-Vernon; Tax Assessor. J. W. Bowen.
Duncan; County Superintendent, B.
IF. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Collins, Vernon; County Commis-
sioners, B. F. Swindle, Vernon; A.
L. Harrill, Chipley; J. M. Porter,
Econfina; J. H. Wesley, Poin tWash-
ington; Elton Singleton, Nixon.
St. Audrews-Justice of the Peace,
John Sturrock: Notaries. W. A. Em-
mons, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk,
Circuit Court, W. A. Emmons;
School Directors, -. W. Surber, Sr.,
P. M. Grills, A. H. H. Brake; Postmis-
tress, ZAdie H. Ware.
Miliville-Postmaster, Henry Bovis;
Constable, J. H. Daffin,
parker-Postmaster and Notary Publi%
; W. H. Pairker.
Callaway-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
Saunders-Postmaster, R. Peters.
Allanton-Postmaster, Andrew Allan.
Anule-sou-l'ustL,,,ter, S. W. Ander-


son. ""
West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
Murtee-Postnmaster, James M. Muriee.
Gay-Postmistress, Mrs. 11. Gay.
Touilinis-Poustmai.ter, Emry Tomip-
S kins.
Bayhead-Postmaster. 0. C. .Tompkins.
"CookL---ostiut]ter, J. J. Fowler.
. Wetappo-l'us-iStiriess, Mrs. Dyer.

Calhoun County Cromanton-Postmas-
ter Frank W. Hoskins.
F -iraridale-Postmaster, W. F. Wood-
ford. .
THE MAILS.
The northern mails, via, Anderson,
Gay, Bay Head and Chipley departs
every day except Sunday at 3:00
S o'elock-a. m., arrives every day ex-
cept Sunday at7:15 p. m.
-East lliy iall for Hla.irisou,-Millvillo'
S(ronui.itoiu, Prker, Pittsburg, Cook,
F-, 'al-idale ;in Wetappo leaves St.
,lt .' 'Aii.i'' \c e' morning except .bua-
a, dh.v ;>t 5::3u u'hcloc ai'i i.V S, u' pl.._
west It t n (loih p. m.
SItELIGIOUS.
B~Hptist-Cliurulch Wyomuing ave. front-
lugi l'Park St. Services at 11 a. m. and
.,I P. M. Si.Suday School every Sun.
lay at lu a. m. Rev. C. L. Joynef',
pastor.
lel-uodist Episcopal-Church Wasti-
ington ave. and A'Li-.tn iit st Suiiayi
school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday..
t ev. J. M. Conway, pastor.
S 'resbyterian-Church corner Loraip"
Ave. and Drake St, Rev. 0. C. Dol
phy, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. every Sunday, John Stur-
c. rek, Supt.
Cat 1clic-('h iir:-h corner Wyomuing
Ave. and Foster St.

Parker Lodge No. 142

] -y\ lIegular (ominHna i-
,(att (o ,' on t-io thii't

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S. -W. L, i.AR]KIA, W M.
W. A. EMmUoNS.Secretaryv

SUILI SNiES.' DIlIt' CTOR :'.
W. A. EMMONS,
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notary
Public for the State at Large; has
: juridietion to administer oaths, take
aftlidavits, legalize ; acknowledg-
ments, etc., anywhere in Florida.
Special attention given to land con-
veyances and marriage ceremony per-
formed for lawfully qualified parties.
Office at the Buoy Office, St. Andrews
SBay.
IRA A. HUTCHISON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Vernon, Fla.
I Prompt daiY1 careful attention given
to all matters submitted to my care..
'L. MCINEYV, -
Attorney at Law,
SVernon, Fla.
A. H. BRAKE,
Notary Public" for State at large. Of
fice at Store, corner of Loraine ave-
nue and Cineinnati st, All Notarial
work solicited -and given prompt at-
tention.
DI. W. G. MITCHELLL
'Physician and Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of Bayviewv. offers his profes-
sional services to the citizens of St.
Andrews and vicinity. Itesidteuce on
Buena Vista avenue.

DR. J. J. KESTI:t,
HomoeopiathiC Physician and Accou-
chc-ur. Otll,.e Pioneer Drug Store,

W. H. PARKER,
Notary Ponuic for the State of Flor-
Ida at Large. Otlffi at Parker, Fla.
Conveyaulving and payment of tazxs
for ion-rc.ideils. specialties.
The F rigt -Anthra.cite C(oaI.
'ben cthe first two tons of :inthra.
cite coal were taken Into Philadelphia,
In 1803, the good people of that city,
so the records state, "tried to burn
the stuff, but at length, disgusted, they
broke it up and made a walk of it."
SFourteen years later Colonel George
Shoemaker sold eight or ten wan.,n
loads of It in the same city, but war-
rants were soon lassued for his arrest
for taking money under false pre-
tenses. ,


' .W '. '- b" ..- --- + .
If tli p;arni'raph is checked with a
i,,t pb'Lcii it i- i'C renir,,.ler t hat la \O1 ,r
subscription-has.,.- l',i-,d and that two
f tlhir'e'- extra numbers will be sent
you that no break may occur should
you choose to renew.


##ntcr teina


Branch President-Mrs. W. A. Emmons.

President Ceneral-Mrs. Cynthia W.
Alden. Headquarters, 96 Fifth Ave-
nlue. New York.
State President-Mr's. Mary L. Bradt,
319 Chum'ch st. -Jacksonville, Fla.

"Have you had a kindness shown?
Pass it on;
'Twas not i for young alone,
Pas; it on;
Let it travel down the years,
Let it wipe another's tears,
Till in hleavon the ecd appears,
Pass it on."

Motto-Good Cheer. "
(-plo.ors-- Yellow ai':, ."'l ;I .- ..
S tatc (..l,, Deep)',a ,i. ...- + :'*
Flower--,Cjoreo)ipis. -
oioni- "Seatter Siunshine.'

SOMETIMES 'MID T.HE DIN OF THE
CITY.
ySomnetritcs 'mii the din of the city
Where the ruce is eag-'cr for ffain,
And the cares of daily existence
Press houivy on -Lii:'l-1.:i and brain,
Our thour'hts fly away to the country,
Whore thee silence is restful and deep;
i, PIh no sound but those lowing' of cattle
And the paiolent bleat pf the sheep.


ni liiibcr, 'is in a bock written 1.y'
:ih el ineii t t.ii C i m ai u Ih)s iciani tI'll n.1-
la'Od itt), lEjigl-.h, his as.'erlthin that
poisuni. ubs..erviiig Ilmtin il \'a lules ofi
health an1 d w1 ea iing ii hifli ir e.jii t:Liit-
1' ihi their shoes \ere c..mupletely lprc-
tet.r d ll'n lii li 'rl.,..
It may be that the uld' Nuwv Eng--
!:ald enlnst ini ul UIr f i'unc'tathel i aui<
luiuln 1t. lieis, giving to their chiiiiron
ev'eiy .sliigig blinitone an id tii la.,s,
\Vih not iLiiliual. iLb goudl fuidilatioh ,"
Sand the effect of a few dose, as mild ny"
of us Ji.a-0, i btifliCfielilly joweellul I&

uiie's pocket-b'ok, hbf that car i ',ili-
,.licluis aoiel ulhirb' soumetiiimea hesitate,
tc receive them.
I thini, in view of the present epi-
demic in the South, which may in-
cieada, it is well to send out this in-
formation widely through channels
where it will be likely to attract at-
tention.-Geo. T. Angell. in OurI
Dumb Animals.

INCONSISTENT.
There's nothing in life worth living,
So the cynics sigh-
But, you see them make an awful
Kick when they have to die.

CHINESE TREATMENT OF ANIMALS.
They nevem punish; houlce a'mule
that in the hands of a foreigner would
be useless or dangerous to those about
it becoinmes in the possession of a ('Ci-
naman as a lamb. We never beheld
a uinaway, a jibing or a vicious male
or pony in a Chinaman's employ-
inent, but found the same battling,
chlerlui pace maintained over heavy
or light roals, by means of a tur-r or
cluck-k, the beast turning to the
right or the left, and stopping willt
bat a hint from the reins. This treat-
wient is extended to all the animals


they press into service, Olten have j
admihied the tact exhibited in getting
a laige drovj of sheep tbhr,iiug iinar-
row.' crowded street amnd m:-Ih-i, I._\
merely living a little boybnlen.
rfte l, t cst'of' the ie 0 i,
other sieadil.y followed., q ttI I
and birds ate equally well cn ie. fI-'.
We met iln Paris in-1869 Mr, [Bur.'
lingaine, who was then our miimstel
to China. We asked himn whether a
society fort the prevetilian of cruelt)
to animals ought not to be fo:mmed in
Chiua. His ieply was that there was
no such thing in China as cruelty to
animals; the Chineese were about the


I


In the meadows the shoet, and the cat- kindest people in. the world ill their
tie. treatment of them.-Our Dumb Ani-


trnhamper.ed by sorrow or care,
Have never a, problem tq vex them,
And never a burden to bear.
They go to their place in the evening,
When the sun sinks lov in the west;
No thought ot the cares of tomorrow
Will break the peace of their rest.

But nmat n mist eat-it is written-
His bread by the sweat of his brow;
And under anxieties many
His hmeai't forever must bow.
Each day brings duties to claim him,
Each hour has burdens to suit.
Can it be that the life of a human
Is harder than that of the brute?

And this is the rule of existence,
That burden and blessings arc kin;
And gratitude,' love and affection
Through sacrifice often we win.
This lil'e would be robbed of its mean-
ing,
If we lived as the birds of the air;
And we closest come to each other
Whose hardship and sorrow weshare.

-YELLOW FEVER.
-Many yearti ago the Hlou. Casey
Yoling-; memi- ber of s.i,'igiess from,'
Memphis, Tenn., told ime that lie and
iany others escaped from yellow fe-
ver, which had been prevailing to a
terrible extent in Memphis, by simply
weart:ig powdered sulphliur in their
shoes. Il one instance lie had a large
iianumhber of goentlemten in his officess
and advised them in regard to the
matter, and every man who accepted
his advice escaped the fever, while
quite a number of those who did not
had it,
And I have beard that Agents of
thlie Howard Beikevolent, Sociuty es-
'ciped the yellow fever by adopting
the same precaution.
When the grip was attacking al-
umrst every family in Boston some
years ago, I sent an officer to the By-
amn match factory, who reported that
out of the large number of persons
employed there not one had been at-
tacked by the grip. I distinctly re-
meambel reading some years ago that
all persons working in the Italian
sitlphur mines escaped the malaria
that prevailed all about them. I re-


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"Hiumph! I'd as lieve marry a fu-
neral as Wilton Roy," Granny Bunch
said, her short nose in air.
Sunshine laughed aloud. Sunshine
was otherwise Anne Trevor, heiress of
Way's End, and Granny Bunch was
Mrs. Richard Lee. Sunshine was tall
and twenty. Grarny Bunch was short
and stout, with a fresh, rosy face. The
two were cronies despite the forty
years between them, also despite the
fact that Granny Bunch was bent on
matching Sunshine to her mind.
They lived half a mile apart, and
Sunshine did the visiting for the most
part. She' was not yet mistress at
Way's End. Her stepmother, Mme.
Trevor, had a life estate there and
was as austerely unsocial as Granny
Bunch was hospitable. She had also a
grudge against Granny In that she,
too, had views as to Anne's proper be-
stowal. Granny was all for marrying
Sunshine to her grandson, Richard
Lee 5d, whereas Mmi. Trevor held
it little short of her stepdaughter's
ChriAti:n duty to take Wilton Roy,
her inephnw. He had come with her
to WVy's End and lived there.. He
was dignified, sober and sensible, ex-
Lctlty the husband for such a piece of
qu;i::.;lver -s Aimne. The match would
be iM ..v way ide-al. Wilton had only
a moinl'est (4 o m'petenmce, along with a
(c'aia-city iio)r lianI'inlg a fine fortune.
Thus ?mie. Trevor to her inmost
self, .:u;a a'lso obscurely, with much
wri' about of fine phrases, to
Sunshine. She hated bitterly Richard
3d a;'d did not scruple to say out-
right that he and his fat old grand-l
mothiwr were rank fortune hunter. ':ly-
hig traps nd pitfalls for Anne's un-
wary feet. Anne's usual answer was
to mount her horse and 'g !i,.;p away
to her dear Granny Bunch. If Rich-
ard 3d 'l,,,peield to be there when
she. arrived, why, so much the better.
He was younger than Sunshine by
a whole month and fancied himself
m.idly in love with her. He had been
courting her since they were fifteen,


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a IreL -mtIi i- a l- mm an,


leitti'I :st,1 iJMina Imiss foe A h ':
m-0m15e, isl-,b" 50(1. '" '"C'uI11b''n.
too," mieiami11 U t'Caih

thin; lhms 1nime-Zke 3l'm'

''lmim a !t"- le t'!IIh* es' I 0 ni-svw i -

Mranny I3WA -swLid, eying SQSm'-Lie
'.Y ,. Smuim e al h"Iflulp ii r :-I.-i.
crying: --
"'What! Taike hint fi~onn h~s i -4 W.-,
for a whole v" You 111 n-mtt~l
Af it, (4ammmy 1)icky durhircntt minn
too 1111i10)', I'; n~~.-~-'-;~~i
none1Q.to Ia-C-". -
"A hang f.0; h-AS a nd 1 r:4-'A W-:
all th.attfiui61o' fadcjie.''" : n' -did,
to t:- '"Tlim bo y- i'. :'-'.-. 'e-nit
his VNm im fwdI s U' ii-'L I -f oil j-wai'
Lo 11,i- ,!.1' ; i w. i., to


& L.
" Lee,," Sunthie moclk.e. ,'-' er
vori.n o,-n manner. .
the tfwo were laughl, .' sL L' .'ti,.
thy'-did.not hear 'W ili, Roy, rii,- iiI,
to those open hall -door ;.:l,.1'k-: I ih:at.
ting 1md11.-y of things i'--' -w. .1-1 n-,
have had him hear fur a kI' gl .-]I
Whether or no le heard, he gave no
..sign when he caine in t'.u minutes
later. But on the way home and all
through- that evening he: ib- -. Sunu-
shine to marry him, pressing her until
she was almost driven in sheer weari-
ness to accept.
Wilton was a good strategist; he did
not fall Into the two elderly women's
mistake of running down all possible
rivals. Indeed, lie Ignored rivalry and
talked of his love and long devotion.
lie had never talked so well, and there
was a ring in his voice that impressed
her.
As if Faite were on his -side, thft
morning was rainy. The day wearing
on ',i'..ni :lt a deluge that shut In Way's
End and utterly forbade stirring
abroad. The rain held three day s 'a
.regular autumn freshet. How Anne
got through them she never under-
stood. Wilton pleaded manfully and
Mme. Trevor delii'te ly left her
alone whenever she ventured into the
big parlor, the library, the long ha'i-
or the inclosed back piazza. Anne di c
not know it, but Wilton had iaad to
his aunt:
"I have got to clinch things at once.
Mrs. Lee Is teaching Anne to. laugh at
me. If I let that happen I am lost. As
for the boy, be don't count."
All through the last day Sunshine
felt a numb fear of herself. She
seemed to be losing volition, to move
and speak automatically. It was only
by a supreme effort of will she kept
to the shelter of her q*llttdfl. Wilton
did not call her audIbly,' but she felt
Invisible, Inaudible forces drawing her,
to, him. To escape them she hung out
of the open window, heedless of tihe
pouring rain. In the dash of it, the
cool splashing, she found strength to
resist the eerie Influences. By and by,
when the influefices begnn to tug hard-
er than ever, she ran away from them,
rushed downstairs, caught up her hat
and mackintosh and stole out to 'the
stables.
They were deserted; ;.r-,'ni and
coachman were dozing in the hayloft.
With tr,'-itibl',: lig,'rsi she flung the
saddle upon Beauty, her pet mare.
1l.:,'s.Il Dick from his kennel, tli'-u
clambered up and dashed away, the
puppy barking madly at Beauty's
heels. The rain still poured, but Sun-
shine was bent upon seeking refuge
with Granny Bunch. She rode head-
long, itl-,litig low over Beauty's neck
and '-mibi,,i. The wind was roaring,
but she had no fear of it, nor of the
water when she cane to the brook.
She saw it runn1fni: bank 'full, turbid
and crested u-liMi l'ift. But Beauty
knew the ford by the ht, li aurl: trees
on the other side. It' should not be
more than breast mo.'p anywhere, al-
ihouigh the current was swift and
r I, :--<.
Beauty snorted an4I pawed as they
went i,. but.after the thirl step imai'l
.way l,:,utif'lly. Iailfway across Snu-
shine flung up her head, lin'ihLlig


alould. ..11-ing: "'I'm sare, "nt':e! M aylie
I've I,,:en IL.-v'tr:.lit]. Indo,-d. I think
so. But itclcraft anud witches can't
i -.' ...'4 .mniing x; v t "r I'm ho h:ippy!
l1'r'pyv s a freei-l bird."
S heard alnove the tuimnl.'tig 'v:lter
ai bo.i.St shout. IIn spite (ol' lerze!f' 'st,
ch-.-k,-,l Beauty nud listed ,ii lutrntly.
It i':t.ie ngaln. W\llton was I.ryiu' ;.,
1i'r- *'-mom l..ack! Back! Come! You
h)!i.'Ut to me!- 'Come!"
.'hi a.it qul,-coring all through for the
i,:.- ,* or a I'reath. then tur ,ed L hier
.'ir-e half iLb.)ut, moving a little u;,-
-tr,.:,m. Beauty was contrary. She
.'Nl-pgedd wilull fort-ard, lost her foot
.3Z *po P4 waSedayiowig


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Joan Shannon was unquestionably a
beauty. She had been photographed In
ev&ry variety of pose; she had been
paIlitred by severall of the most cele-
i.:'atie, artists on two continents, but
lin spite of this fact she ha. passed
th:-'ough the whirl of three seasons and
was still unwed.
,She must be vailliin for a title,"
people said, as ,,thi,.' g;i-, far less
beautiful came out, danced through a
season or two, and were led to the
alt;r by men of their choice.


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treacherous current bad swept out
,'-'eIt holes In It, leaving a quicksand
ILI betVeen.
'11icy came up together ten feet off.
the mare ..ortlig tind svivinuiiUg gi-
lantly. Siee had struck what should
have been bottom, but was in truth
l, iig sand. As she floundered her-
self free Sunshine became suddenly
cold. Wilton, she knew, could not
swim a stroke, and before he could
fetch help the water, still rislung would
have made an end of Beauty and her
rider. The mare could swim until she
struck shoal water, but there the
quicksand would hold her. Quickly
tio girl slipped out of her cuui,,.rii,
rain cloak, flung away hat and gloves
and resolved to try her slight strength
against the raging stream. Just as she
was I'li intg down from the saddle
Dicky cried to her from the other bank:
*1 .wn! Go down! I'll meet you--
on the big bonding y,,.' .. ..s. h
"Stay where you am"',: \ -i,_'m shout-
.1. behind her. "I-I am going for
:i'!'." Eut before his cry had fairly
iiued away Beauty's head wa. down-
,rea;im, with Sunshime ho dimo.h.i it ea i7y
;-t stronbm;'y- above the rang w'ivs.
It was a hun.-rI yards to ihe big" syca-
more, leaning far over th, wl'.ter, with
t great horny branch almost parallel
",with its face.
Di(:: se'ramb'dd out on the bii'noh,
.,;i i l, gs nbou 4 it and I,-"' '. h'A
h.v,':I, to i Ulo 'iP iloh a; I 1 ii -1'bo i -
hgi. u (-':-oigh' to gi'ip tin' big bh)'.m"->.
10 t: r i" o:d ti h 1,1`1 ] +lo---V L --I-]
-a inuntu'e!'" l'e panted, "-vt-'"in.- y
0i1 (111 f.
( <.' :-:. wv-mm safe Ihe t:'s'c! '":
ov-r .1l oix ."r, sa ying: "Sun iin ,-
SMimii'e.e ppo a Griany had i-t
se)-t for me! I never, shiiull haiv


.,_ "' ".



S- ,turn ':- It."
"Thuank you'.. I have all I want just
now," Dicky said masterfully, helping
her toward the tree trunk. -




Little DorQthy's


Courtship


By VIPRj.NiA 'LEILA WENTZ


Dorothy knew that it was about time
,r Joan and. the rest of them to be re-
turning from their sail on the lake. It
would never do for Joan to find the
"big fish" of the house party-that was
the name she had given the young Eng-
lish earl-talking to her alone. She,
alas, was only poor little Cousin Doro-
ihy and acting in this particular house-
hold as Joan's mother's paid compan-
ionu.- So she pretended to be bored
with hits lordship's society.
"La-la, la-la, la-la-la," she hummed,
sinking back into the. depths of the
easy chair and stretching her white
arms lazil'-.
"I say," said the earl,- "am I tiring
you, Miss Dorothy?"
Dorothy stopped humming. "No,"
she drawled, with mock mischief, "not
exactly. But"-here she smiled her
sweetest smile upon hlm-"you won't
be vexed, will you, if I tell. you that
I'm a bit sleepy and that I must sleep
in the sun? Will you draw this chair
over for me, please?" Rising slowly,
she adjusted the fieur-de-lis at her
vraist whiile his lordshi) d.'ew the chair
to the siuiny corner of t'he; big veranda.
"[[ow -i that do?" a:ked he.
",14,I1. i .!y. Now for cushionss.
"Low ma-ny?"'
"' uiu ni'eds," said s-he.
Ihe collected as many as he could
'-rry nimd fec'ched thorn tcr her.
"'1loe' arei' t.'ou'..iius." hle lnilnounced.
"iDeiiiou --" rnurmu.'ed Dorothy. sink-
n back into then with a sigh of con-
enil. "Tlhi is quite li" I1" a:,'*u "
"It wilt be when I fetch you a sun-
h;;]e,' he ,'nh ".:," i.
'. '.' i :''." cried she. "Go away,
,ou Goth! 1 want the sun."
"'You'li bo pickled!" warned he.
"No," corrected she, dimpling, "pre-
served." Her long black lashes lay mo-
tionless on the wild rose flush tf hier
cheeks.
The earl chuckled and, pretending
that he fancied her already amne,,
crept elaborately away on tiptoe. Joan
and the rest of them were in sight,
and he advanced to meet them.


easy to digest and does
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nakes Scott's Emulsion
he most strengthening,
nourishing food medi-
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Send for free sample.
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NO. 27.


___ ___


(;.- drew away from him w1ihi terror
in her eye?. "Oh," she cried bitter-
ly, "you overheard all 'iht crunlty, E
ani.--and it's made you 'i.y irie!" f
"It's indue me love you, little one." 0
!ie correcte;m solemnly. "I liked you
from the first moment I smaw you, brt r
new I know that I love you. Oif course." t
hbe andd<', .'eitg that 4he s!ll shrnkt r
fro' ) h i'' !;i ie, "'' thhg lill- that '; ...
(M ,V' 1y ,'',-,! 7inaidl, Wti- just give n a
lit io i'l ... I 1 nako it )u-y ,lfe'-
b' h-in' to -rov''e It to y3'. hell out his t..,i-l to her like a k',g i'.
of old. 4
I. .. i tr'(d to speak. but r 'lps1


,i r 1 ; Ir- '. ; t ', 1 ,.i ;;: a n y ': "
f N.-- .I. ,It- I.I A vi. r-Ir liked
i i . ,i -h 1 1 ijIr f:luii;y

c;-a i1;::i"c, we uai'!l't very er- con-
: ;
".:. ifun," reserved the earl laeon-
i-ally. Ilhs fair comnpaniou turned and
I,;'oked at him reproachfultly. "And who
;,\ihi wI.h tto be "*fun?' ..-a i .I,',
".uL, I on(I't know," :,aid his lordship
galtl ;:,-y.
is. -:, .:.": : found hoerelf wonder-
ing fl.,r a iaLo:-'ent ais they walked on
whbelher thi c.trl might not prove testy
-* .- r all. Wauld he bk i .t-.,-y r iimlnhr
tle c'ru.hiihlg aidd or(Ieri .'g about to
which her ., r nud mother submit-
t-d. If there was. one thing she ,likll'i
ci it wns ct i)twcular people. She had
'sen brought up to expect people to
R-ev vith her.
S ( 14v" R sighe,1 hr, ln .
her l':suifi:i .sho u'lers dlscreetly, "I
fc-l sorry y for poor lil.tle Dorathly. Moth-
r w:.n't :ned her after (he autumnn,
and I';;i sure I don't know what's g.,:ng
to be)lcome (1' her then. Besides; she
h'i:n't aln'.y prluti'al sense. Just look at
h;1' i: ~., Iyh,, n asleep in all that sun.
'1i i;e snpi y black with i 'lf'e ki'n- '
W*hmat aft;-'nr3jn when everybody was
resting for a dinner dane' in the even-
i-.; fl,e Earl of -','.v, br l,' wandered
into the library, a cool, dim apartment
banked with books and made comfort-
able with couches.
He had just discovered one of his
favorite authors and ettlpd down to
read when the sound of feminine
v,- .;- in the adjoining room disturbed
his .,ti.., Six seconds I41.1 not
elapsed' when he became aware that
it was no ordinary interview and that
he ,!,('iid inIAk- a step forward to an-
normi. ,- jlii ; pr'-sencv It was not In his
h.iillacier or-traditions to be an eaves-
(iropior; nevertheless he found him- <
self curiot.sly upnnat)h!e to movr or utter


o~ y' oco, low a id 'lmpasioned, but
with a quick little gaip Vor. two, such
as would come from one who had sud-
denly received -an uftexpected douche
of cold water.
"Thbre can be no doubt of that," l
-came Mrs. Shan.on's Icy tones. "Only
yesterday Joan was telling me of her c
own miEsLl2si\'iL.i"-- l
"Misgivin.:-"' There was still that
tremulous catch in the breath. I
"Oh, of course young men will be I
young men," continued Mrs. Shannon, t
with a pur in her well bred tones.
"They will pursue the girl who holds
out the angling iron. You are clever- s
I don't dispute the face; you are clever l
and calculating-but one' mig I have o
to tell you: If you wish LLt remain in c
this household you must assume a dif- f
ferent pose. And, remember, not an- t
other conversation alone with the Earl '
of Stowbridge while he is under this t
roof. You may go lnow." u
There was silence just for an ap-
precilable fraction of a second; then t
little Dorothy seemed to be drawing '
herself up to her full height as she a
flung a defiant, passionate answer Into d
her aunt's faee: Y
"I thought at least you were a lady,
but you're not. You're cowardly and
cruel anId v Onig:i1. Oh, how can you lbe
so'' Dorothy, sobbing miserably in
ltei' h.,t a.'u;'r a:nJt insulted gi''ihoui
N s<,l 1. to l(;:.ve the l *rooin. ,'.
Sl'.;!;a i, cooi a d in< I') i':.1., : .- alvaycs.
touc'heho a bell aind sent the cook son Pe
orders about the s'dlad. j
AfLcr (ihnoer, while they were danc-
in,,. the earl soug.it I 0j'oihy out in tIhe
star sprinkled night, where she. Ii l
xw;xLndeerod 'to a linmmnilock under t'l? o
trees, far frcit- the chattering ;",-- .. s
on tiLe veranda. ,
"I've been wondering who was Lie
id, 1 .that lighted cigar, she said li;:
Iy us he joined her, and then, ni'_re J
5eriotsly, drawingg in her brc'.h .lei)-
ly: "Isn't it splendid out hero toh'.iot?I
I like to catch thit s, .,,; brine i'ia;)
the sea. It gives one courage." '
"Is that what you want-e'.'.'*. ?.
asked the earl, -.. '.' : at her tendery r
in the -t:ii;'-,a and tfeling his big, .
honest heart a-hr)ob. Hie sat down on
a stump ..of a tree close by. "You're t
plucky enough, I fancry." -
"I shall need it ull, all he courage I t
have. I''"- She falt rct1;, an" mind''-
the sweet, sudden siell of symip';ttly y
her lips trembled piteously. I i *. e;:l i'
leaned forward inpulsively and gently
Imprisoned one of her hands.
"I know," was all that hlie said. She q
measured him, not lndler-t:hndinlg.
"You see," he started to explain in
his strrnbhtt'r.,'par.l fashion, "I was in
the next room this afternoon when your C
aunt"- .... V


"-u mt- Ce 'civulier servant' of
I l.i --


''i I ; in. i.t Iervnte) d respect la
Ljs ; l- .
7Ti' y? ."he 1I.4 not hpinut-ful.'"

"! s not yornig."

h.5 is not uaefful." *'
[I i not P
'" of vh-ryV.'
"She is nott witv "
"N,, not 1,artlhularly," *
"Vel, heI, whlatL Is 1t?"'.
-"S~b can listen iadmiably."--Profes-
sor Altlrt S.-hhinz In Lipplncutt's Maga-
Zine.. ..

HEAT AND TANNED SKINS.

Th tiulral 'r'lio ( Nature Perrornis
;)tn il iil.r.ai fnv rn.
V .... Cv Ii. t0:n ar'ile. illimal,
dar'k Ioated iii tlhe .-'i,rt iii:um t r, tait
LiW v'intor turn pure v.-itie, this match-
irv; the snow cvetred hl;ndstIle(.i and
,;,. n'.,. noUcy n i n.l hitirin.

,*;.l tr',1l no ouo lilaows liyo Is w...n.l-r-
full as wonderful ls a inlracle, and
yet a kindred change of color, a kin-
dred protection, huaYwns among man-
kind every sunuuer, and nobody ever
notices it.
When the pale city people go out 1n
ihe sumnmr sun at the seashore or the
mountains the light attacks them
tiereoiy, first redd.luolg their 'skin.
then swelling,'blistering and scorching
t. If they kept in the sun enough,
;ud if no miracle occurred, the light
would kill them finrilly, burning off ,

hi- r Fav. l, -th. ,
I';it ia iiirnc(le does opcur. The skjn
'*.;i- Qd frou a pale color to a tn an3iL ..a
A!14;ti ,'M at> ( ', un n.,o el .^ bffe l.. Th
..:u w.yboent on Lilt No1rod. : 51jtiWi_


'I uas iti votokrie if-ijtzh'!w
vhite .kin i' iflre:1ng,-'aund' tin
: ;;r:-, .'-iunchow, that a tan .skin- Is, '.'
>;.ili Lr"o*t', '';t .- ,to Mau the 'whlte. *
I-low does .,he do this? W-ihre did s8o
earn that it was wise to do this? N9 .'
noe knows. Only the fact of the
Sir,1 c :le remains. -.
To prove this miracle-to prove that
t is not the hardening of the skin'
but the cliange In its color which pro- -
octs it from :ninr.l1 t-: --is ln easy mat-

Let a pale 1_-r"n, unused to the sun,
staiu one side of his face yelloww, and,
caving the other side uni.mnihil, go
out in the bright summer sun for a
oup!e of h:I .. The oie side of hIs
asce is lo ig':w, no more hardened
I. .:. th.. ot( er, y<- t'o e us, tainted side
v,.l be l'i..' blisterd. while the
au eoiorcd one w i boe i'b-i*i co..l tnd
Unhurt.
Sunburn is a Tnra, o, a protection
o maTkind as ine-qplicalble :iu.1 Pa
vaonderful as the miracle uf tit- arct c
nuitals' change in the wii:t-r froni
lark coats to snow white e oucs.-New
'ork 11erald.
Sv ,.

"In what way c !il I you be of any
use to an employment burenil?" said.
ithe proprietor.
"Simplest thig_- lu the worldd" re-
Hlted the .o'iill!'' I : ) i pp;li'enlt.
"You are always hin need of men t "
ill positions, and I'm always out of a
job."-Detrolt Free Press.


Sufferer-Do y-.' vretract .lt-th with-
aut pain? Dentist- Not :t;wnyi. I
prnait"- my wrist on ':r a couple of
'-.ys ago and it linrts yet.


tt a Cow gave


Butter

mankind would have to
nvent milk. Milk Is Na-
ure's emulsion-butter
)ut in shape for diges-
ion. Cod liver oil is ex-
remely nourishing, but
t has to be emulsified
before we can digest it.


Scott's Emulsion

combiness the best oil
with the valuable hypo-
)hosphites so that it is


Ito


- .` ~-L;V7 1 j %I ~ '~-


4v W







MAR IT IM E.


'ihe schr. Lncy H. sailed for Ap-
alachicola last Friday. It has not
yet been learned whether or not she
was pelimitted to enter that port.
The str. Tarpon arrived Sunday
,morning from Apalachieola, after
having been prevented by quarantine
from landing there tor ten days,

NAPHTHA LAUNCH,
SYBZL.
W. F. WOOnr,'oD PaOPrIZTOR
Fitted in splendid condition to take ex-
Cursions or ens.-ngers to any poiut on.
the Bay or Gulf. ;,eod cabin protection
tu the event uf lad weather Terms reas-
.. Le attie Aleo, --
IBAUGE EMMA;
Capacity 10,000 feet of Lumher will Ferry
between Farmdale and Allanton. on East
Hav and will deliver freight of every de-
scription, including live stock to any
point on St. Andrews Bay. For pariticu-.
lars, address W. F. WooDroaD, Farm-
dale. Fla.

JACKET SCHOONER
LUCY H.
CArAIW S. W. Ainanson
Makes regular tries between St. An-
drews Bay and Pensacola. Good passen-.
ger accommodations and Ppeeial atten-
tiou paid to handling and carrying freight
at reasonable rates. For particulars ad-
dress, CAPT. S. W. AsDrasov,
Auder-on, Fla

Y'ACKET SCHOONER
CLEOPATR A..
Zquipped With'Two Gasoline Engines,
t.. E. D)Aroan, MAs0I R
Leaves St. Andrewi 1tay every Monday
leaves Pensacola every Thursday
weather permitting). Special attend
tien will he given to receiving and
forwarding freight tor parties living on.
Eastnrid North Bay, passengerss for
points neither arlmi of the Pay can
depend upon meCuriiig prompt trans-
vortation at reasonalble rates. l'as-
*t' xger accomm datione good. Express
akd Railroad Freight Specialties. For
Jinthel ftfornmation apply to
1. JM. WAB. Gen. Manager.

14AV'HrHA LAUNCH.

LAURA.
Carries rhe 'Klt RBy Mail between St.
Andrevo l t* Wetppo and intermedi-
ate pinhl. It, vet St. Andrew daily
ezett Sn.nai t I f it a. ill.; nrrive at
Wftp-pet Il I?:t: p.'- m.; leave Wetappo
at 1 :01 itr .; rFIves at SI. Andrews at
:,30 p. rt. .Makel laldinp4ig reguiarry at
Ha.rripni, 'ru'saattoii, .arl.er. Pitts-
t*urg. aind uai iniale. F eight landed at
a1T. po')tlffice a lihar. Fur prni>tame ger and
I'reight tales, ree ..ile c ld ill thlie hev-
eral p,-iiofli'e .
F. A. WITIaKIer... Managerr.

A ~t-eek's W1inter.
rihe following table gives the mnixi-
t4jum, nitiiniurn and mean tempera-
tures, the rtaiifal antl direction of the
wind, for the twenty-four hours ending
4t 7 o'eIock p m., as indicated by U. S.
government self-registering therniom.
stoer. Max:Min. Menm.ltn. W'd.
Sept..... 13 88 72 80 .00 nw
14 8& 10 79 .00 e
"' 15. 85, 71 78 .00 no
.' 16, 87. 70 78 001 n
+ 17. 87, 70 79 .00L w
S 18 89 w 7& .0-go S
1 8 8 7 0 79 .00(1 w
'tr wetk.. -t : 1 Ti1 iT8 .00 .

RELrfGpOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Rev. C. L. Joyner will conduct relig-
tfus services in the Baptist church Dext
Sunday morning and evening,,
The Preabyterian Sunday school be-
ug united w.th that of the M. E.
ehurhi, a union school will be conduct-
ed every Sunday morning at 10 o'clock
it the 1r. E, church.
Prayer meeting every Thursday eve-
ning at 8 o'clock in the M. E. church.
Everybody' ia cordially invited to all
ef these services.

"A FIERCE MERMAN.
Brand of rxktnte Moaster VITtnata
sported la lOe.
B. H. Black"well of Oxford bas pub-
ab a careful reprint of "An Account
e' VIrglnla; Its SiuatLion, Tempera+
ure, Productions, Inhabitants and
Their Manner of Planting and Order-
to Tobacco." It is, in bre, a pam-
phlet communicated to the oyal to-
dety in 1t6 by one Thomas G er,
'an ingenious Cbhirurglon," who had
lived for some years in the province.
Mr.. Goer would seem to bav reckon-


ad the sea serpent among the Inhabit-
ants of the colony to Judge from the
minute accuracy ef the following de-
scription:
*'A most prodigious Creature, much
resembling a man, only somewhat ldr-
ger, standing right up in the water
with his bead, neck, shoulders, breath
and wast, to the cubits of his arms,
above water; his skin was tawny, much
ULe that of an Indian; the figure of
his head was pyramidal, and slick.
without bair, his eyes large and black,
and so were his eyebrows; his mouft
verwywItie, 'with a broad, black streak
on the upper lip, which turned upward
at each end like moustachoes; his coun-
tenatice .was grim and terrible; his
neek, shoulder arms, breast and wast
were like unto the neck, arms, ahoul.
ders, breast and wast of a man; hbi
hands,'if he had any, were under wa
tear. He see jed to stand with his eye"
tied un me for some time, and after-
ward drved down, and a little after risl
eth at somewhat a farther distance and
turned his head toward me again,, and
thon immediately falleth a little under
whter and swimmeth away so near the
top of the water that I could discera
him throw out his arms and gather
thtm In as a man doth when he swim-
imth. At last le shoots with his head
downward, by which means he cast
tayl above the water, which exactly re.
sembled the tayl of a fish, with a broad
ifa at the .cd of It."


LOCAL DRIFT,

Blank Warranty Deeds, short torm
printed on good linen paper, 25c per
dozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re
ceipts in a block, 10c each, at the Buoy
office.
-It is reported that the contract has
been let for grading two sections of five
miles, each on the B. C. & St. A. R. R.,
between the already completed grade
and North Bay.
-You never have and may never again
have an opportunity to get so fine a
fountain pen for so little money as you
can now by complying with the condi-
tions of the coupon to be found else.
whete on this page. *
--Wizard Ink Tablets, Price, per
box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten ounces splen-
didink. Economical permanent; abso-
lutely indellible, covenient, non-corro-
sive. At the Buoy office.
-The latest arrival of note to be re-
ported, is that of a ten-pound son to
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Moates of West
End, who came Tuesday morning to
gladden their- bh'arts add Increase the
family circle. Dr. Kester was in at-
tendance.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the
BUOY offi ce
-The yellow fever situation shows
decided improvement, both in Pensa-
cola and in New Orleans. The latest
Pensacola report gives no new cases
and noo deaths, and from New Orleans a
decided falling off in both new cases
and deaths..
-, Only $2.50 has as yet been con-
tributed to compensate Messrs. Brock
and Day for their seven days' services
at the Pass. Their food bill amounted
to about $8 and the citizens of St. An"
drew are in honor bound to contribute
at least that much.
-Every man owes it to himself and
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.
-The St. Andrew public school com.
minced the tall and winter term last
Monday, with Miss E. Young, principal
and Miss Ethel Baker, assistant and an
enrollment of fifty scholars. This is a
fine start-the best in the history of
St. Andrew, and the best possible evi.
dence of the healthy growth of the
place.
---A young man by the name of Chas.
Hobbs, in the employ of the German
American Lumber Company at Mill-
ville, while attempting to replace a
belt which had clipped from a rapidly
revolving nf eel. on Monday iast, was
struck in the chest by the flying belt
with such force that his chest and lunge
were crushed to a pulp and hi died in-
stantlt. The Buoy learns that he was
a most worthy young man, a nephew of
former Superintendent Daley of the
German American mill plant.
-VIW hen Mr. J. H. Drummond made
his splendid offer to contribute $5,000
toward building a courthouse if St. An-
drew was selected as the site, he assur-
ed the meeting that "there was no
string tied to /it," and that amount
could be depended upon. It seems sui-
cidal for other points on the Bay to
put themselves in nomination, knowing
full well they cannot raise anything
like this am unt and cannot possibly be
Selected, and thus um whatever hopes
Ithe Bay may have of getting the pre
ferment. Why not all pull together
'for once, for the Bay country?
S-G. O Chaom.an of South Haven,
Mich., writes the Buoy thb, the has so
far recovered from his siegeof rhcuma-"
tism that he feels like a new man; that
they expect' to be with us again-this
winter and will be accomopuned by
their daughter and her children, and
hopes the yellow fever will not prevent
them from coming He says also, that
they are in the midst of one of the
greatest peach harvests Michigan has
ever known. The Buoy docs no believe


3ro. Chapman need entertain any fear
on the score of yellow fever. There is
much to inspire the belief that it will
soon be conquered in Pensacola, and
that a the nearest it has got to St. An-
drew, yet.
Cause of Iimoonmia.
Indigestion nearly always 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.

When you go in to collect a bW-Vp
man at the counter is te s-apt t* t -
Sqabout the health of your ftuam
an when you so in to par one.
" Use Allen's Foot 'Base,
A powder to be shaken into the shoes.
Your feet feel swollen, nervous, and
damp, and get tired easily. If you have
smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen's
Foot-Ease. It cools the feet and makes
walking casy. Cures "swollen, sweating
feet, blisters and callous spots. Reliheves
corns and bunions of all pain. Try it to-
day. Sold by all druggists and shoe
stores. Dbn't accept any substitute.
Trial package FREE. Address Allen
S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N V.
Pashklonable Term.
"WeBluff is suffering with rheiua-
tism, I bear."
"No, he Isn't suffering. He's got It,
but be's quite proud and h'ippy. His
doctor calls it 'gout.' "-Philadelphia
Press.
The Pain Part.
"Do you take pains with your eat-
Ing?" asked the doctor.
"No," sadly ikplhid the dyspeptic.
"The paIln don't rome till afterward."
--rhil,1'lh' ,l-- Iec-o. i.


AN EFFECTIVE BAIT.
Clever Detective to Send After a
MIsuing Debtor.
A registered letter Is mighty effective
bait. The Seventy-eighth street wo-
man nibbled at the first throw.
tOf course It is for me," she said.
"That is my name and that was my
address before I moved here."
"Yes, that part of it's all right," their
postman admitted, "but it says 'es-
quire.' You're not esquire."
"No," sighed the woman, "but I'm
sure"-
"Of course you are sure," WI, put in
"but I can't leave the letter. This is ;-
registered letter, and we have to b.
very careful of registered mail. 'Th
best I can do is to give you the name
and address of the writer. Then you
can make inquiry and ask to have the
letter addressed properly."
The woman eyed the prosperous lojk
Ing missive yearningly, but since thi
compromise offered was the best bar
gain obtainable she accepted It. The
situation was puzzling. The name o
her benefactor was totally munk:own
Fortunately he was situated in a dawn-
town office buildiuz, so immediately:
after luncheon she attempted to ciei
date the mystery of Vi,. registered 1 >t
ter. Once inside the o:.i,,. sh5 r 2, ,g
nized her correspondent as th nmau-
ager of a concern to which shl0 h:t
owed .$2 for ty.pewrlting sup!ilf; fo
the last six months. Pheo Imeit:oueo'
th' letter; the rn:tn produ-iued a bill.
'It was a copy of th ?," he raid
you'-- lre ove ("'';;' Oi yVo'" p'l'n t o:
,our'e-sti!, iu o1ci'r t0 kJ-Za *)" I.ac
,ouTt.- s;:'re- ol unde a ;'s: '"-
The wornan vwa so) namd hob wasn':
iure whe'tLr s 'e understood o;' not
)uI 'he pa d 11, bil. WVhe *,.ne the mnu!ager treated himee:f to r
"resh cigar.
"'!tegstere'i lntiers." hoe o:'. 'are
t:e best detecti'vs g-!u;: when t1;(
)er'on you are after moercs frequently
mndl is g:uilty of no greater cri-ne th:in
ihirklug a little bill. An ordi!uary let-
ter. even thuM.gh fo'rwarded to the
Roperr address, may elicit n1o reply,
hut very few people can withstand
the 4ppeol of a registered letter. To
)ring results it must, of course, be
*mproperly directed, so that the ad-
!ressco cannot receive it. In that case
't either arouses sufficient curiosity
,o bri:n the delinquent down here to
nvestigte or Is returned with the
proper address marked on the envel-
)pe. In either evcnt we get on the
track of the debtor and are pretty sure
to collect the money."-Ncw York
Press.

SOUTH AMERICAN ANTS.
Pruey Are Perhnmps the Greatest Road
lunilderem In the World.
The greatest road l builders in the
world are a species of red ants fund
in South America. In building a road
they carry minute partlc!es of clay.
with whi.'h they l!ne all the roads as
w;eli as thle g..i'ri-. ni pJd pS'0' of
their nests till they look as samo th as
rc p: :-1 1 P *i*r n t' Hot


Y i i."-
with a multitude g),, out empty and
:oinDiug back with their umbrella-like
:unrdetls, while tlwi ..an- ls upon thou.
anuds swarm in the doomed treei.
That ihlis vast army is utrdr t1-" boca
discipline can be proved by watching
hem for only a few moments. The
lrivers. are constantly runn'ig up and
!own giving their orders to the work-
,rs. which they do by to'i.ching beads
or a moment. Tho iiiJhviddlinl so
!o:rc ed vw-ll _stop. turn hack, hurry for-
va'-,d or show Iu some such way that
:, is follow ing some comianud. But
i lttor proof of the discipline is found
1) otL: f&._ that tr"-'n the army meets
'-h ,n ol).ilnc~e, such as a log or a
"' stone, ibeHure is a jam of ants on
o'i sides, and they run about in dis-
:ay ;;:, (l[order. Instantly the driv-
rs hurry ip, showing the greatest ex-
tel-'et, t.l nd r'Pun over, around and un-
e"r the ihpediment to find the best
'.y o t of the di.lculty. When they
.;;,, decided they lead off the line of
-'rc'h in the proper direction. But
:nti! lhey take this step the workers
',ak n.n n~ tempt to pass the obstacle.
When a selectiont of a level piece of
;"ou'i <'ns lbeen made a perpendicular
'u',ft r.'m-e eight inches in diameter
,l six or seven feet deep is formed.
'his is for drainage and ventilation,
,ver for ingress or egress. If the
found' slopes the shaft Is horizontal,


'.e mouth, of course, being at the bot-
)im of the hill. From the perpendlcu-
.r slf-ft, ecommencuing at the bottom.
:;;iate- g.illerics, like the spokes of a
'-heel set at a slight angle. At the end
f each pri-is of galleries' spokes a cir-
ular -grtl!,ry is made, fori ing, as It
eo.r" a -set of wheels one above the
ther, In, or, rather, above, these cir-
tilar g:' leriek the nests or dwelling
.:i-es are constructed. These are -val
i sl;hope 'tnd about a foot long. The
.'iriw end of the oval is downward
';l opens into the roof of the gallery,
i-,l :'s the spokes always slope s.lighily
:award the shaft no tropical rains, no
matter how heavy, can enter the homes
and breeding places of the ants.
Prla-oners of a' Great Citr.
A husband and his wife, respectable
looking and well dressed, recently
moved' into a detached house in the
Bronx. They were very quiet and did
not mlugle with their neighbors, but
seemed to enjoy their surroundings,
particularly the garden, In which they
began work at once.
Of course the neighbors were curi-
-ous. but all early efforts to find out
who the couple were or where they
came from proved of no avail. Final-
y one of the neighbors, meeting the
tian one day, asked him outright how
Tong he had lived in New York and
w-hat his business was.
"Cur past is a secret," said the man.
"'ndzi we are trying to live it down.
My wife and I have just completed a
-ug term- in prison, and we are now
n ;ietly tyBnJoying life."
'"Wel," sail the neighbor, "I am as-
Son shed at what you tell me. But I
for one do not want to continue to
Iun!sh those who have paid the pen-
alty of errors In life. What prison
were you confined in, may I ask?"
A merry twinkle came into the eyes
of the man as be said: "It was a Har-
lem flat. We were confined there three
yearsr'-New York Press.


- I


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 httei lihe
would rather send it to me in the fix I
was in. I t"ok one dose of it ajid was
better in five minutes. The second dose
cured me entirely. Two fellow jurors were
afflicted in the same manner and oie smai'l
bot.le.cumsd the three ot'us." For sale ib
L. M. Ware, St. Andrew and Br.vheat-1
utid all medicine (ealerr. .
An Ame'rican Learns English.
'there is an American in London who
Is rapidly learning English. He used
to ring the bell and call curtly for
."muellage." Assiduous and willing at-
tendants brought him everything you
can think of from the "peprage" to
packets of cigarettes, but never the ex-
act thing be wanted. At last the most
Intelligent of the young men put the
right question- and got the answer.
"Oh, yes," he said. and brought grum.
In America when yon want to stick
things together you ask for mucilage,
and when you w.ant something to chew
you demand gum; so called, by lim-
itation, we plresuime, because It Is
"stickjaw."-Iondlon Chronicle.

Pallinaton.
"We are going to give an amateur
dramatle performance in aid of a
worthy charity."
"Why, that, of course, Is an exten.
eating circumstance." New York
Press.
Attacked by a Mob
and beaten in a labor riot, until covered
with sores, a Chicago street conductor
applied Backlen'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 25'c.
at A. R. Brake's store.


NAMES OF ANIMALS.
The Menning of So ofSoncof T'b me Whom
OrI;.in We Can Ti'rncc.
Some of thle names of ihe c'mmon-
est animalA are lost in the, dimunes-
of antiquity, such as fox, wnaseri
sheep, horse, dog and baboou. Of th<
origin of these the clew is forever lost
Witlh camel one cannot go fitrthes
back than the Latin word ca elus, an(d
elephant is derived from the old Hin-
doo word elph, which menus an ox.-
The old root of the word wolf mean)
one who tears or rends.
Lynx is 'trom the saine Latin rooW
as the word lux (light) and probably
was given to these wi lcmts on ac
count of the fierce brighTness of their
eyes. *Lion isr of course, from the
Latin leo, which word, In turn. is lost
far back In the Egyptian tongue,
where -the word for the king of beasts
was labu. The compound word
leopard is first found in the Persian
language, where pars stands for p:in-
ther. Seal, very appropriately, was
once a wonr meaning of the sea; close
to the I.atin sal, the sea.
Puma, jr.guiir., uir and peccary
(fr.'.i p,aquires) are all names from
S.,uth Amuirican IndIan languages.
"fle e., ic andil ocelirt were called
,y.'J1ti tw oterot by the Mex-lcaus
long before Cortes landed on their
shores.
.Maloe is from the Indian word
nmoAw a-h, nmeauing wood eater:
:skuik. from aeganku, an Algonquin
terlm; wapiti in the Creek language
means white deer, and was originally-
nIp]'e-,l to the Rocky mountain goat.
lai the name is now restricted to the
An erica, elk. Caribou is also a na-
tive Indian word; opossum is from
possowne, and raccoon Is from the In-
Alan arrathkune (by further aphere-
irs soon).
Rhbinoceros is pure Greek, meaning
nose horned, but beaver has indeed
fhad a rough time of it In its travels
Through various languages. It Is hard-
ly recognizable asbebrus, babru and
bri. The latter is the ultimate root
*f the English word brown. The orig-
inal application was doubtless on ac-
count of the color of the creature's
fur. Otter goes back to Sanskrit,
Where It la udra. The significance of
this word Is In its close kinship to
hdan, meaning water.
The little mouse hands its name
town through the years from the old,
Old Sanskrit, the root meaning to steal;
'he word rat may have been derived
hrom the root of the Latin word vn-
ilere, to scratch, or rodere, to gnaw.
Rodent is derived from the latter term.
Cat is also in doubt, but is first rec-
ognized in catulus, a diminutive of
icanis, a dog. It was applied to the
young of almost any animal, as the
Engllh words pup, kitten, cub, etc.
Bear is the result of tongue twisting,
from the Latin fera, a wild beast.
Deer is of obscure origin, but may
have been an adjective, meaning wild.
Elk is derived from the same root as
claou., and the history of the hitter
wor an interesting one. It mean
S r, and was applied by the
bhelk of tbe old w oirl



its o:;'nal me!:) "
S, idow tal. Ti:('r Is far nmor-
nit The old Persian woi-d L :
ae.t.it arrow, whle' t1gtra signf10f,
hanr;. The application to this grent;
tn:ln.l was !u tualu.ion to the swil;tue '
with wb;hi the tiger -leaps upon it'
)rey.-Detroit News-Tribune.
Not Intereated.
Father- Rolrt, Is It not about time
that little boys were in bed? Robert
(aged six, carelessly glancing at his
watch)-Really, father, I must be ex-
cused from venturing an opinion. It
Is a subject in which I have little In-
terest. I have no little boys, you know.
THREE JURORS CURED

Of Cholera Morbus with One Small
Bo:tle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea -
Rem od y.
Mlr.G. W. Fowler of Hightower, Ala.,
relates an %xpealence he had while serv-
.ng on a petit jury in a murder case at
Edwardsville, county test of Clebourne
county, Ala. ilesaye. ''Whilethere I te
sOme iresh meat and some Souse meat
and it gave me cholera morbus in a very
severe form. I was never more sick in my
life and sent to the drug store for a cer-
tain cholera mixture, but the druggist


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Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf
STEAMSHIP C'JMPANYY


A Whip In the Pulpit.
A writer In an English review tells
a reminiscence of a brother of a fa-
mous dean of Christchurch. The
brother was rector of a small parish.
His eccentricity was somewhat remark-
able. He was a famous whip and
drove a splendid team, of which he
was very proud. He was fond of
showing off how he could flick a fly
from either of his leaders' ears with-
out touching the horse. This accom-
plishment be transferred to a rather
unexpected locality, for he always car-
ried his whip up Into the pulpit with
him, and woe to the unfortunate mem-
ber of his congregation whom he de-
tected nodding.

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. Ba'-ber, 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 remedies, I was cured by Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds." Greatet sale of
any Cough or lung medicine in the
world. At A. H. Brake's store; 50c and
$1; guaranteed. Trial bottle free.
Father of Electric Railways.
The honor of first suggesting an elec-
tric railway must be accorded to Thom-
as Davenport of Brandon, Vt., black-
smith and electrician, Inventor and sci-
entist. In 1834 lie ran a toy motor
mounted on wheels on a small circular
railway, and a year later he exhibited
it at Springfield and at Boston. Then
it gave up the ghost, and for more
than twoscore years various inventors,
In utter ignorance of the principles of
the modern dyuamb and with no source
of power except the zinc burning pri-
mary battery, labored with small re-
ward.-Century.

Over-Work Weakens
Your Kidneys.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidnieys once every three minutes.
SThe kidneys are your
A t blood purifiers, they fil-
Ster out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
If they a'e sick or out
of order, they fail to do
their work.
Pains, aches and rheu-
matism cornme from ex-
cess of uric acid in the
-- 6 blood, due to neglected
kidney trouble.
Kidney trouble causes quirk or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidney-
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary..
roubless were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
-!il constitutional diseases have their begin-
nIng in kidney trouble.
If '-,u are sick you can make no mistake
,u ;4 doctoring your kidneys. The mild
the e.:trarrdmary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
i mpnip -Soot, the great kidney remedy is
l,-n io-liz'd. It stands the highest for its
'-rn..:'ilc-w of the most distressing cases
,nd is sold on its merits
'y all druggists in fifty- .
,ent and one-dollar siz- HIS
You may have alt
ample bottlI by mail Home of Swamp-Root.
e, also pamphlet telling you how to find
t if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
-lention thi. paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Don't make any mistake, but remem-
ber the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil-
mer's Swamp-Root, and the address,
Binghamion, N. Y., on every bottle.

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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.
LEAVE.
Thursday, 3:00 p. m.


GOING SOUTH.
Pensacola.
,St. Andrew,
Millville,
Apalachuicola,
Carrabelle,
Mobile,
GOING NORTH.
Carrabelle.


ARRIVE.
Wednesday. 8:00 a. m
Wednesday ,10:00 a. m
Thursday, 6:00 a. m.
Thursday, 12:00 noun.
Monday, 6':00 a. m.
ARRIVE.


yriaay, 11:30 a. m. bt. Andrew. Friday, 2:00 a. m.
Friday, 10:00 a. m. Millville. Friday, 4:00 inm.
Pensacola. Friday, 11:30 p. m.
PG ?A.TS-.GS.- Z A-..
Pensacola to St. Andrew and Miliville. $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabelle, $7.50.
St. Andrew and Millville to Apalachicola, $5.00.
Pensasola to Mobile, $2.50,
The above rates include meals and berths. W. G. BARROW.
Captain


-A. H.BRAKE,

General Merchandise!

SfAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES!


Cooking and Heating Stoves!

Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Etc.

UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES,

Burial Caskets, Robes, Suits, Etc.

GIVE ME A CALL!


The Trading Post!

[Successor to B. V. Brock .

Headquarters for

Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Ready Made Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Notions

and Hardware.

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

WE WANT YOUR CUSTOM.


JOHN


R,


THOMPSON


) E A LER IN


GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Dry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries

Notions, Provisions and Feed Stuffs.

Corner Washington Avenue and Bayview St.
I pay Cash for Goods and must do

a strictly Cash or Recady Pay

Business.


Thi is in miy Patrolns' Itelest as wel! as my OWln.
Convince Yourself of this Truth.


CHll Hsiln


t CAEH STOR EC A
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CASH STOR E!A PROSPERITY.
IS | DEALERS IN Cannot

KI N i1) 1 Y G O.ODS THRIVE
'^ SHOES,, GROCERIES,


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Notions, Paints and Oils, Nets and Twines, Salt,

Clothing, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishings.

M3EN'S LADIES' AND BOY'S HATS.

Trunks anid Valises.

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AGENTS FOR All Goods SPECIAL ATTENTION
AMERICAN EXCEPT GiVi, N TO
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Sept. 21, 1905.


ST. ANDREW


PRICES CURRENT
GROCERIES.
4ugar, f lb Tea, lb
Graanulated .... .61t He No ....... 55
Coffee.A ..... 5. Gunpowder.. 4<
Lt blrown..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.40-6t
otlee, Cond milk, "P can
Green.... 12@20 Unsweetn'a. 10
Arluckle,lb 12-15 Sweetened .... 1C
J iner snaps 3lb 2;5 ILtking powder
tra ckers,aod:s 10 '"Royal...... .. 5fl
r'oacco, pltg 0a6l COamipb ...... 10
taisiinlg oenned fruit
.ondou ltayera.8-15 Peaches.... I 0a(J
Valencia .... .. 8 Tomatoes..... Sa I
tic, ...... 6tJ Apples ......... 10
,;.ple- Pears ......... 15
1iap.,iadled... 1-J Plumns ......... 10)
Lried Peaches '3 Apiicot .. 10-20-
zoa, l Oil prgal .. .2 v Ilra bet i. a 1 -
A; -ntOlii . 'U 1 .5 e e . 1- .-'
ri'ila Syi' p .. U Cannied M'.'aI.
Ione .... ... ..' Roast lI t 12 1
I inegar ... 30 Corned Beef. .121
n0e.. i l b . IS Chipped Ieeflt-25
duiter ... L2--3-5 lobster. .. 12
Olemarrgerie. 18 Salmon... 10@15
Lard ....... '-10 Cauned Vegetirles
teas ...... ,. ..5 baked Bean-s... If
Cucosant. pkg... 10 Ooru ....... 10@15
Jelly, glass 0ai Pea. .. .. ...10
ime Juice. .... 4 I 1'n pkin ..... lIi
Fggs per doz... '20
I'IOV I .l ONS.
flour l'ork
Ftitr of S-tb., 2.35 D. S. pr ......
Obelisk ...... 3.25 Bacon Sides... 12
Uorn Meal prbtT00-0 Fresh ....... 8;10
Oat Meal pr b... 5 Br'kf'stBac'u 16-22
Oorn pet h)tt .75a800 Ham canv's'd 1.5-20
Potatoes Shoulders..... 11
Irish.... ... I 40 Beef
garlv h'se seed 1.60 Corued ...... 8
Sweet .... 60@75 Fresh........S 10
S i alt, pr sack ... 00 Dried......... 2,"
T'ale ........ 5 Milk pr q; ...... 10
IH A tM WA RE.
tails. uer lb41"a5 AxwitJhitIIdle. 75
Galv wire do.6a6 Hoes, each ... 5)a50
M.tnilla rope...9al2kopper paint, can 50
4* 0t)ves cook,. .$8a25 Linseed oil, ga51l)S@0
Pipe, per joiut 18
DILY G0l)0 ,
t,-i its, per yd. 5a8 Checks ....... 5a5 .
Sheeligs .... 5a9 Flan el. ..... 150,40
Muslin....... 9all 'I'h a d per spool 5
Jeans ... 15a45 .Shoes, ladies. $1a2 7.5
Kxtra pants pat 2-25 Men's... $1 10a1300
MISCELLANEOUS.
11..y pr cwt. .75al .a5 Oats ptr Ihu....... (0
Brait ...... 1.25 Brick pr M. 1. 0t
i.t pu Sisal ..... 7(@9 Liie pr 1 ...... 7;.
FtUIT aid NUTS.
t)ra iges pe dox.. 45 Pecans pr It,..... 15
Apples ........ 15 Walnats ......... 20
Leutson .. .. 20 Aluonds ........ 1.
OYS'l'ELtS
ilishellprl,til0 i.501 Opetied ar qit .. 15
I VE I II'' K.
M~ilt .I... t5(laa17. H'igi . $i3t> i$1
o'l rey ., pi rol, $tb .ih ep........ .. 't ,
i'y .. ilx2
". 311., Geese U ',,,.h 4...''i 'i

FISH.
e ash Slt
1 bullet pr doz %25ue M llet pr hhi 5.-50
Trout ... ..... i t. . . 5.50
rouinpaio pr Il,. I'ompairo .. 10."00
't gem. ....... t Mat ckerel .... .00
j,UM It Ei.
Flooring, I Ceiling.
ie art, ti. ..$14.00 Heart, IV s .. 14.00
Face ... 12.00 Face . 12.00O
Sap- ... 10,00-S-;p . 10.00
SDrop siding, ClAipb'oard s,
Heart lace ~ a 14.00 1;i in. '. .4 t.01
Sap 10.00 IF'inishitigluIn-
ull'limbhier. 8@C2 Ler, d $@1 2(i 5.00
SIeart shiuglem, 2.50 Lath, m ... . 2. 00
t i n t.50 Boat lutin er,
d ted. ..-$20

$100 RewaUrd. $100
The readers of this paper will !ie pleas-
ed to learn that there is at lea-t one
dreaded disease ti.;t science' ta-s been
able to i're i all its htf: r', mi that is
cutrar. Hal's U'ta 11- iLure is the only
positive cure' knoau to the medical fra-
ternitv. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional treat-
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in-
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system, there-
by destrving the foundation of the dis'
ease. and giving tlhe patient strength by
building up the constitution aind assisting
nature in doing its work. The proprie-
toracs have so much faith in its curative
powers that they offer One lHundred Dol-
lara for any case that it fails to curee
Address
F. J. OHENEY & Go. Toledo, O.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa-
tlion.

A SWIMMING POOL.
ro" to Make One In a Brook o ROun-
ning Stream*.
The brook or running stream of
natural outdoor water gives a variety
tof chances for the man who wishes to


live his life aright. The brook can
be converted, without being diverted,
Into a swimming pool for boys by
building a dam at the point where the
banks do a little extra shelving and
tend to form a natural basin. The bot-
tom should be spaded out and made
more of a reservoir in Its capacity and
shape. The dam Itself can be made by
a family of boys at the, cost of the
lumber and nails involved. The em-
bankments are soddcd. The sides of
the spillway are made of wooden po ;ts
driven Into the ground and boarded
up. This makes a box up affair, or
rather two boxes, one on each side of'
the stream. These boxes are filled
with sand,' rocks and sody to make a'
solid cubic .plece of resistance. The
sodded' embankments run across the
valley or depression of the brook hal-
orw to the higher ground. By means
of a lever-a pole (playing Into a
wooden jawed socket and weighted
with a rock or pieces of Iron)-the
water gate can be opened against a
strong headway of water. The water
flows over the top of the spillway
when It Is closed, and by raising the
g ate the pond can be emptied or rie-
duced to the normal level of the brook.
-Country Life In America.


Notmiiations wore askel ful ant
C. II. Moldeu nanuiiated Tornpkin
lor the county t ilt', which was see
oldedu by S. Blatmpied, and it was
aplprvc-d una.intaimously, with hurrahs.
1 i cnclusiou, a resoluti, a wat
,lialtird and tput in Ihe hands of A
couimit.tce to present to the boaad ol
couility comiliIissioaieirs, that 'Timnp-
kius be t laced upon the official ticket
(or ti.e pn pl)pe of electing a county
,i:e of \Vashingto 1 coiuty, to be
voted for, October 17, 1905.
Mrs. F. S. Higginbothatu in on the
si,.k list.
Mrs. E. W. Tompkins led the
prayer. meeting at the M. E:,church
Sunday. Theie 'was a good attetid-
ance.
Mrs. Wills spent the day, Monday,
with Mrs. Ware, at Bayhead.
----'..~----- --
Chamberl.hin's Cough Remnedy Aids
Nature.
Medicines that aid nature are always
most effectual. Cliain erlain's Cough'
Itemnedy acts on this plan. It allays the
cough, relieves the lungs, aids expectora-
tionta, opens the s"!eretions, and aids na-
ture in restoring the system to a healthy
condition. Sold liv L. M. Waie, St. An-
drew and ldayhead aud all medicine
dealers. *
,H ti'YAL VETO.
i.. e-tlit, .Not Blaving

*i5 m!hettnOtion of the exercise
a ';, ;: was when King Hen-
V. ,,,". after r the victory of
., id "'Le roy s'avisera"-
S. i..< w1 'Inon ":''l aniifvt the transferring
... :it >'a. law tto chancery.
':' are mentioned dur-
,"' i: ',' ';. .hta iS responsible-for the
st '::'! of this very interesting
,*" ; Va t.- i. fir settling the militia
SS ')fianilt?, p'-ias.'d by the lords and
(, n.''-a ct'on: IMareh 17, 170& This
S!-i-";-deIi iti tho journals of the house
o F-" ;
'<,,e IT;;A t!:o veto has never been
i'd, though there wan a threatened
. e',' of royal power of rejection
low: d the cloce of the reign of George
ITL. ar'd a11So by Quoeen Victoria in 1858.
Mr. I;,ag'hot eonslidred that this pow-
cr is extinct and added that "Queen
Vih-toria must sign her own death war-
rant if both houses present It for her
slguature."-London Standard.


BEST FOR THE

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


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


W.7H. PARKER"


Real Estate Aget,

PARKER, FLA.,

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

LAMBERT M. WARE.
LAMBERT MN, WARE, JR.
L M, WARE & SON,
Y'ealrs In and Agents for the
Sale of

Real Estate.
Taxes Paid an' Rents Collected
for Nou-Residents.
St-. Andrew. Fla.


TOMPKINS.
Special report to the Buoy.
TI,mpkiiis a County vite!
' That was the unanimouN vtle cast
at lBaViead, Monday i1ght, whel, ii
.! Ita.-s meeting for the jpuptip'os ofr
9 i hopting or nominating somie suita-
ble place on the BJay for our county

At thle appointed moment a large
gathering of enthusiastic voters as-
Sttiabledt at Bayhead store organized
by chimoing Henry Scurlock chair-
m1an anIl Payles ''rvysen, secretary.
Mr. ycurlock, on taking the chair,
-.atteil the object ot the Ineeting and
asked for an expr'essiuon of views in
regard to a county site.
One man alose and addressed the
meeting in a way that surprised the
most of the voters present, that his
views were to place the county site
in the middle of the county, and that
place was Tompkins, and after he
had proved his statement by measure-
inent, of course that could not be
i'l-.I,,ted, It i., ri fact, by traveled
Iumte. 'i'omikins ik the center.
To uake the report short, there
were siveeral other expression,. all ot
wivich ihad a telling effect,


We have a nice
school every Sunilay
a. m.;'preaching every


little Sunlay
at 10 o'clock
other Sunday


at 11 a. nm.
Miss ntiinie Adl-ins will open the
public sch ol here the first Monday
in October.
W'm. Geddes is sick, this week.
Mrs. Jasperson was here today.
Chas. Bailey has 0o13 of the nicest
gardens in the noi* liburhood.


Lemons


as Medicine


Their Wonderful Effect
on the Liver, Stomach,
Bowels, Kidneys
and Blood.
Lemons are, largely used by The
Moztey Lemon Elixir Company, in
Compounding their Lemon Elixir,
a pleasant Lemon Laxative and
Tonic-a substitute for all Cathartic
and Liver Pilla., Lemon Elixir posi-
tively cures all Biliousness, Consti-
pation, Indigestion or Dyspepsia,
Headache, Malaria, Kidney Disease,
Dizziness, Colds, Loss of Appetite,
Vevers, Chills, Blotches, Pimples,
all Impurities of the Blood, Pain in
the Chest or Back, and all other dis-
eases caused by a disordered liver
and kidneys, the first Great
Cause of all Fatal Diseases.
WOMEN for all Female Irreg-
ularities, will find Lemon Elixir
a pleasant and thoroughly reliable
remedy, without the least danger of
possible harm to them in any condi-
tion peculiar to themselves. 5So
and $x.ooDper bottle at
ALL DRUG STORES


"One Dose


Convinces."


years of age b.? wC.4t to LQn to aq
Ast In b, ()riii ~~ Iiul y eekh
Inimediatlely artP-r lti-. arrival tie Nwent
to the Sisfim, chiapel to hear the fa
111OUS "il; lo f Aflegri. illvinrt
aware thia i i was forbiddeny to tfaks o 0
ghea copy (-f thIA rF-owitod pocev'o w
1119i~~c. Sematt'tplaced hiuw'lt fn a cor
tier aw~l g.,te the atrictf-st mteifn,-iont
the inn~i~c wd (n lcaving he lrcl.,
noted c(30WT lzoeptrire pielfe. A f ev
,[l)Y..5i~r\ ar-O he [tadit a soccou.
tuitte vOil. ikwiUg Ii: tie ite l hL-hi
own CoD ry Iw-hnd, iod nat
2if the t'ittolllty oflIn,; tiniomrv. Th.,

la coranud Gto e t oianmnet, J*C
lmw-*d Muelwha ~'s(-at:(tt;.I 10100 hia'
PP(J ,('li%111nt XqV. I -qvwsted that hi
hi'.na t ('iA'4*v

A Sipvr of IVti~klr
Oiae' daly Vi\ LI-t-1-er eje(d Ow atfUOe
Of ;LS lf1S A sn 'i~sa'iHdf11Mtltd thatP
r~~~~~,-d beawnnu hd10(f a riangt'd 1)1'
Wind fho iin'dcI. At oiw( I110direcfttN
sow.-tbiag of a duiler tone tuY be sublsti-
cuted. and hpiwraciaed the red p~ait odl
the canvas of one of the pupils, putting
In its place aijotlier background. But
the red would sbow through. H~e scratp-
ed, studied and worked laboriousi.- to
get souiething that pleased hlin. The
reqt of the class -,urrounded t~he easel
andl eagerly watched the waster. Ile
looked up finally and saWt, 'I suppose
yon know, what I am trying to do?"
'40h, yes, sir!" they all chorused. "W'ell.
It's wnore tian I du," he replied griwinl
amnd loft the place.


\\in Gdde'l.l s bhs nearly hildf ant
iere in peauuts. They are a promis-
ing crop.
Cromanton has two new families,
consisting obf those of Henry Miles
and Frank Studebaker.
Rev. ('onway filled his regular ap-
potitment here ou the second Sunday
the 18th inst.


Consntinl g.
Elderly Woeer-I hope you are not
impressed by the silty sentimentalI fs
who bold fhat byeti.w yofvoe niatrrihd
once you ought not to marry nagtn?
Pretty Widow-Don't let that worry
you. dear.' I've no iiuch proeiitli,.-- My
own (dear another was married three.
diUe.s, an:d I ontly hope that in all
things I mnay follow hl'r example.

lie Prepared.
A new clvilizatiou is holding tip new'
and bei*er prizes, but he who would
will mist have a better equipment
and a flier training than the past re-
quired. If the prizes gre greater than
ever before the preparation also must
be greater. He only who Is prepared
for his chance can hope to succeed.-
Success Magazine.
Cured of Lame Back After Fifteen
Years of suffering.
"I had been troubled with lame back
for fifteen years and 1 found a complete
recovery in the use of Clamrlain's Pain
Balm," .says John G. Bisher, Gilanm,
Ind. This liniment as also without an
equal for sprains and bruises. It :is for
sale by L. M. Ware, St. Andrew and Bay-
head and al! medicine deaelrs.

PARK.R'S
HAIR BALSAM
lqeaunes and beautifs. the hbait.
Promotes a lnxuriant growth.
ever rails to Rentore Gray
flair to its youthful Color.
,e *sc stp di1,koat D ru gfaling.t
50c. and 51Axiat DTU~gi~t*


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the couaiy site que-',.n.,

SENTENCE SERMONS.
Killing time to a sure way of spol
nlug character.
Iteverence is the foundation of last
lug love.
Hatred often comes from only know
Ing half of a man.
The sense of duty In a sign of th
divine in man.
t The only sure thing about a lie is tha
It will never die.
It ts hard for the leek to see wh;
people prefer the lily.
Many mistake thbir dreams about
heaven for deeds tojots up there.-
After robbing Peter to pay Paul a
man usually forgets to settle witl
Paul.
There id nothing prouder than Ignoo
rance or more ignorance than pride.
SThere are some sO called iinpoiishe,
gems that are not susceptible of beinj
polished.-St. u public.
G" t Off Cheap.
He may well think ho has got of
cheap, who, after having contracted
constipation or indigestion, ii still able
to perfectly restore his health. Notb i n
will do this but Dr. King's New Lift
Pills. A quick, pleasant; and certain
cure fer headache, constipation. etc. 25<
at A. H. Brake's store. guaranteed,
Sporting Repa r".
It Is doubtful. said a blograpber. If
any repartee ever surpassed In deli-
cacy the reply made by an East Indian
servant of the late Lord Dufferin when
he was viceroy of India.
"Well, what sort of sport has Lord
-- had?" said the viceroy one day to
his shikaree, or sporting servant, who
had attended a young English lord on
a shooting excursion. '
"Oh," replied the scrupulotsly polite
Hindoo, "the young sahib shot divine.
ly, but Providence was very merciful
to the birds!"
This story calls to mind one told by
the writer of some reminiscences of
Sydney Smith. On one oceasgn the
celebrated physician, Sir Henry Hol-
land, told the witty, divine that he had
failed to kill either one of a brace of
pheasants that had risen within easy
range near Smith's house.
"Why did you not prescribe for
them?" came th? quick reply.

Are You Engaged.
Engage4 people should remember,
that after marriage, many quarrels can
be avoided, by keeping their digestions
n good condition with Electric Bitters
. A Brown, of Bennettsville;S.C., says
For years, my wife a ifiired, intensely
roin dyspepsia, com- V d withra tQr-
>nd liver, until fA sTren.th
nd iir,


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LEGAL NOTICES.


Notice of Application for Tax
Deed
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of
Florida.
Notice is hereby giver, that Win. A. Eim-
mnons ,nd Emma M. Eminons, purchasers
otf Tax Certificate No.1831, dated the 2d
day of June, A. D. 1891, has filed said cer-
tificate i i my office, add has madc a plici -
tion for tax deed to issue in accordance
with law. Said certificate embraces the
following described property situated in
Washington county Florida, to-wit: Lo a
3, 4 and 5. block 15 of the ipwi 01 ectioni
1, Ip. 4s, r. 15w. The said land being as-
sessed at the dale of the issuance ot such
certificate in the name of Unknown. Un-
leas said certificate shall be redeemed ae-
cording to law, tax deed will iqsue there.
on,. n the day (if October, A. JD. 1905
SI .iL'tnitAiixre arid reai
3el, inl i'r A. .,
)CK EY,
-- 'a sh "g rk ( r,.,t-iil 'Ioiiit,
Washingtfuln Cuni y. FFl.ril'ja


NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
Laud Office at Gainesville, Fla.
Sept. 2, 1905. t
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
her intention to make final proof in sup
port of her claim, and that said proof
will be made before the Clerk of the
Circuit Court at Vernan, Fla., on Oct.
20, 1905, viz:
FANNIE LOUDERMILK, of Nixon,
Fla.,
Hd 29956. for the ni of sel, sw/1 of set
of sec. 35, tp.1 r, 12w. and nw of
nej of sec. 2 tp. 2s, r. 12w.
She names the following witnesses to
prove her continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
Robert Nixon, Win. L. Rowell, Wlliie
K. Vickers and Elam C. Free all of Nix-
on, Flt. V G..ROBINSON, Register,
l'Editor's fee paid.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
Laud office at Gainesville, Fla.
Sept. 3, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that. the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the Clerk of the
Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on Oct.
20, 1905. viz:
SAMUEL L. LOUDER.MILK of Nixon,
Fla.
Hd 29955 for the e| of nej, of sec 35 and
wi of nwi of sec 36, tp Is, r. 12 w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
anp cultivation of said land, viz.:
William L. Rowell, Willi K Vickers
Robert Nixon and Taylor Sangster, all
of Nixon, Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
IlEditor's tee p.id.
Notice to Creditors.
In Court of the County Judge, State o
Florida, Wasbington County.
In re E.tate of Lamehe-t M. Ware.
To all creditors, Legatees, Distributees
and all Persons having Claims or de-
mands against said Estate:
You and each.of you are hereby notified
and required to present any claims and
demands which you or either of you may
have against the estate of Lambert M.
Ware, deeeasd, :late of Washingtonn
County, Florida, to the utdersigned' ex-
ecutors of -aid estate, within two years
fronithe date hereof
0 Dated at St. Andrew, Florida, August
21st, A. D. 1905.
LYDIA-E. WARE,
LAMBERT M. WARE.


CROMANTON. Personas.
Special Renort to the Buoy. County Treasurer L. H. Howell
We are having very pleasant. aind ex-Conity Superiniteii.ent L. L,
weather now-ga rdens all looking EIatt ot Vernio, rtriiled b Andrew
tliAe. ye.~,aerdat on h i'iji nl emico ectfidi witih


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TIME TABLE


LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RR
In Effect April 14, 1901
NEW ORLEANS AN t MOlilL,. ..
No 4 No, 2 No. No. I
12:35 n'n 11:05 p.n. Leave Pensacola, Arr.ve 5:00 a.m. ,4:00 p.m
2:22 p.m 1 :02 a.m. Flomaton, Leave 2:33 a iI. 2:3 -"
4:22 2:55 Mobile, 123(0 u'li 1:25 "
8:25 8:30 New Orleans. 8:001 p.1. 9:30 a in.
NORTHI.


No. 2
11:05 p.n..
6:15 a.m.
11 :5, "
2:30 "
7:20 "
7:20 p.m

No. 2'
Daily.
11:55p.m.
12:15 n't
12:20 "
12:23 "
12:35 "
12:39 '
12-50 "
12:58 &'
1:30 a. m
t:55 "
2:20
2;33 "
3:00 '
3:23 "
4:0t '
4-18
4:4C
5:00 "
5:08
5:33 "
6:00
6:20 '
7:00 '
7:40 '
7:50 .'
7:58
8:15 tx.


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


Leave
Arrive
61


Pcnsaoola
Montgomneay
Birmingham
Louisville
Cincinnati
St. Louis


Arrive
Leave
6.
i'


No. I1
4:00 p.a
11:15 a in
8:33 "
1,:15 p.n
6:00 *
4:1e v


PENSACOLA AND IIVER ,JUNC'I ION
No. 3, No. 2
Daily. Daily.
7:00 a m. Lv Pensacola. A r 10:50 p.
7:13 Bohemia. 10:3J7
7:16 Yniestra. 10:34
7:18 Escamibia. 10:32
7:25 Mulat 10:23
7:28 Harp 1i(:21
7:335 Galt City 10:1
7:39 Miltou 10:10
.... Good Range
3:15 Holtn 9:35
8:30 Millie2an1 .)2
8:38 Crestview 0:13
8:56 Deer Iand 8:55
9:10 Mossy Head 8:40
9:35 DeFutmniak Sprinzs 8:18
9:44 Argyle 7:44
q:57 Ponce de Leon 7:29
10:10 Westville 7:17
1:15 Caryville 7:12
10:30 Bonifay i:55
10:47 Chilpley 6:37
11:07 Cottondale 6:18
11:25 Marianna t:00O
11:45 Cypress 5.38
11.42 Grand Ridge 5::.2
12:02n'"u Sneads 5:2 i
12:15 Ar RiverJunction Leav e 51;: *p


Castor Oil Cocktail.
romeellke. "Give me a castor oil cocktail," sa'd
"Mamma," said the little girl who the man at the drug store counter.
was having her first experience of rid- 'The clerk poured a bottle of sarsapa.
lug in a sleeper. rilla into a glass, dashed a few drops
"Hush, dear," whispered mamma, of paregoric into It and then poured
"you will waken the others." in some castor oil. The man drank it
"But, mamma, I only want to ask with a pleasant face and walked out
one question." as if he had drunk soda water Instead
"Well, what lsAt?" of castor oil. "Yes, we have quite a
"Who has the flat above us?"-Life. call for castor oil cocktails," said the
clerk. "If a man's system is a little
Didn't Need Money. out and he needs a. dose of castor.oil
Dixon-How is your artist friend get- I I
ting along in New York? Tomson-Oh,
splendidly! Dixon-Have you heard .
from him? Tomson-No; that's the rea-
son I know he's prospering.-Detroit "
Free Press. Is it true you want to look old ? 1

Progress Is the activity of today and | then use Hall's Hair Renewer, a
the assurance of tomorrow.-Emersou. of early life restored to your 1


No. 3
n. 5:00 a.m.
i. 9::;,5 p.m .
4:05 "
a. 2:45 a.m
11:15 n.m.
8:-5 5 .


No. 22
Daily.
. 6:30 p. in
ti:0ti "
ti:(1 "
5:5.7 '
5:40 "
5:27 *
.-' 4:55 "
4:35 "
4:11 "
1:001 "
:1 34 "
3:16 "
2:4:r" "'
2:31 "
2.13 ;
1:55 "'
1:49 "
1:27 "
1:014 "
12:38 nn
12:14 *'
11:1 4 a mu
11:22
10:5 "
10:20 a. n


the only way t'o t:\e it is in the cock-
tail form. You wouldn't know there
was a drop of cast,:r .il! In it. If you've
ever taken castor il noat .\ >u will rec-
ognize the. ~alp.e f the.cf'tial."-
Dotroit New\.,-T:, ; l,,.':,.
Hia World."y nOoOOK. *
De F!y-\vier you ever held upt
Blazaway-WelU. I was relived (f all
I had. .Ie l-'iy-NW'.Ire was it'. Blaza-
way- At th'.e ultar.-Detroit Frt*
Pt1ons


Sometimes the hair is not
properly nourished. It suffers
for food, starves. Then it
falls out, turns prematurely
gray. Ayer's Hair Vigor is a


Hair Vigor

hair food. It feeds, nourishes.
The hair stops falling, grows
long and heavy, and all dan-
druff disappears.
"My hair was coming out terribly. I was
almost afraid to comb it. But Ayer's Hair
igor promptly stopped the ftaling,and also
restored the natural color."
MRS. E. G. K. WARD, Landing, N. J.
a1.00 bottle. J. C. AYER CO.,
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Pulling Omelrleh treanlerin.
A man who runs an ostrich farn.
asked the other day as to the method
of gathering the feathers, admitted
that they were pulled out of the birds
once In every eight months. Was the
process painful?
"Well," he replied, "about equal to
pulling out your eyeteeth." A good
many ladies who wear ostrich feath
ers do so in the belief that they are
thereby serving the cause of humanity.
As a matter of fact, they are encour-
aging the most cruel and barbarous
torture which man can inflict upon a
bird.-Sporting and Dramatic News.
A Remedy without a Peer.
4'I find Chamberlain's Stomiach and
Liver Tablets more benefici.il than any
other remedy I ever used for stomach
trouble," says J. P. Kiote of Edina, Mo.
For any disorder of the stomach, bilious-
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMErS'iOF THE I.TERbOlt.
'LAND OFICcE AT GAINESVILLE, FLA.,)
Sept 2, 1905, ("
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing" named settler has filed notice of
her intention to make fin-l proof in sup-
port of her claim, and that said proof
will be made before the Clerk of the
Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on Oct.
20, 1905, viz:
HILLERY VINSON of MNurfrec, Fla.,
Hd 34300 for the ei of set sec. 2, and
ni of neo of sec. 11. tp 2s, r. 16v.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
William Vinson, L. McWilliams, Fate
McKinnie and R. L. Elils, all of Mur-
fee, Fla. W.G. ROBINSON, Register.
jf'Editur's fee paid.
NOTICE FORPUBLICATION.
1)DEARTMENI OF THE INTERIOR.
IAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLA.)
Sept. 2, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowingu named settler has filed notice of
her intention to make final proof in
support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the Clerk of
the Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on
Oct. 20-905, viz:
JAMESE A. FOXWORTII of Murfee,
Fla.,
HId 34425 for the nav- of sec 12, tp. 2s.
r. 16w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon,
and cultivation of said land, viz:
William Vinson, Charles ,Johnson,
James R. *West and IR. L. Ellis, all of
Murfee, Fla.4
W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
WEditor's fee paid,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla,
Sept. 2, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that.the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup-
poat of his claim, and that said ptioof
will-be made before the Clerk of the
Circuit Court at Vernou, Fla., on Oct.
2U. 1905, viz. "- 'L
-ROFBELUT D %JO)NES of Wesba3 Fl..
Hd 345'JU,:ffr thVi'wvi i 0wk of s.e? e2, t'.
Is. i,. 16w..
H.i' nani's the rollowin! witnesses to
proye his continuous residence, upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
Thomas Morrell. John Taunton, Noah
Adams of Ebro, Fla, and W. C. Miller
of Millers Ferry, Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Reg'ister.
i ':ditir's foe paid.


Algy--You 'Aiy she only partially re,
turned your affection? Clarence-Yes,
and that's whlt I'm annoyed about
She returned all the love letters, but
retained nall the Jewebly.

.. LEGAL NOT ICES,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. )
Sept. 2.1905. i
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said proof,
will be made before the clerk of the
circuit court at Vernon, *Fla., on Oct.
20, 1905, viz':
WILLIE K. VICLER-S of Nixon, Fla.
Hd 3:-,1l for the swi of see, 23, tp Is,
r. 12w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cu'tivation.of said land, viz:
W. L. Rowell. S. L. Loudermilk, Rob-
ert Nixon, and W. 11. Steele, all of
Nixon. Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Re-iit '.
iEditor's fee paid.


NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. voted to Pamela Catherwood, and Mel-
)DI'AnIsTENT OF'TIE INTEI[IOR. vlUl never willfully crossed his moth-
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. ) er in anything. Ile had worn Cather-
July 17, 1905. s wool leading strlugs with what grace
Notice is hereyv given that the follow- hle ,ijglut up to the day he, wns se-nt
ing-tiamed seller Ihs filed notice of hiti, to e W Le b'i:\
intention to make comi nutation pioof i ,n -t to oll ",' *" (:ru '
support of his claim, and that s.tid poot . .t t .o in ,to'nboy ', ry a .
will hb made hIefore the clerk of the cir- e of i: ':xin and tri';:.- c. ..m. '
fruit court at Vernon, Fla, on S pt. 20, -'7 I t1:' :;- in i v,"- f:;
19)05, viz. : hi:m. hLe :t it 1 '.eo 'cn '. mr lnit lc AN l). L'',' M EEK of Fountain, Fli., .:i:' i. I. ;c ;: s o' ii 'y. 'ili a
Lid. 33527 for tilhe of ni-il. "u I of liwl w ?'tnifi.ht l::d <'oirt'l M,'<',ry ,,e-
]'i niaV,..40ol sAi of sec. 28, I p. ii n '. )12w. -.
He name the following witnesses to LEGAL OTICES
prove his continuous residence upon LEGAL NOTIC- S.L
and cultivation of said land, viz: -.--------
B. McLemore .1.. B. MeLemor'a, M. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION -
W. Nixon, S. G' N. Brooks, all of oaunt- DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
ai Editoa.W.G. fee paid. .- Land Office at Gainesville, Fla
9-ji"1'Editor's fee paid. Sept. a, 180;.
Sept. 2, 1805.
5NOTICE FOI UBLICATIO N. Notice is hereby given that the fol-
DIPARTMN'rNT OF 1-HE INTERIOR. lowving-t:amed.settler has filed notice of
Land Office at Gainesville. PFla.. his intention to make final proof in
Aug. 14, 1905. '. support of his claim, and that said
Notice is lherebyA given itht the follow- I proof will be made before the olerk of
inig inmeid sctller has filed no ice of' hi tie circuit court at Vernon, Fla., .on
iinenitioln to make final ploof in sup1iort Oct. 2 T 1905. viz.:
of his claim, and that said proof will he PHIILIT PETERSON, of Millers Fcrrv,
Maue lietore the clerk or the circuit court, a.
at, Viernon, Fii.. on Sept. ,20, 190.5, viz.: i Hd 30102 for tb hene of see, 4, tp. In, r.
SAM 1EWI-S, of Aiiderson,-Fla. 16w.
lId 'i:-,i;,.r ihe w) of s, '. en) of sw, :He names the following witr.esses to
and nwi of sei ofsec. 14, tp. Is. r. 1sw. prove his continuous residence upon
lie11 names the following witnesses to and cultivation of said land, viz:
provc his continuous residence upon and i PBryant Bell, Juliuz Beacoat,, Helrv
cultivation of said land, viz.: L. Campbell and Morris Peteison all
Willis Lassitter, I')tor Hol)hyv, Dayid of Millers Ferry, Fla.
Hobv amnd George Barier, all of Ai- W.G. ROBINSON, Register.
durso, Fla.V W. R-OINsoN, Ilegistev. IfIEditor's fee paid
W'Editor's fee paid. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATjON.
N'OTTICE FOR PUBLICATION. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
DERn.kTMIFI-T OF TRE' INTE.1IOi .R LAN5 OFFICE AfTGAINESVs LE,L F,LA.,
Land Office at G:inesville, Fla. Sept. 2, 190b.
Aug. 1., 190. f, Notice is herchby given that the follow-
Notip.e is hier'ev givenat thint the follow-a'
ing Iae'd seller has fired notice oow- is ing-naed settler has filed notice of his
in nt ed ket r has filed notice ot hiintention to make final proof in support
inteni:on to make final proof in support of of his claim, and that saiti proof will be
his. cliai, taind that said proof will he ntade nade before the clerk of the circuit court
before the cle-rk of the circuit court at at Vernon. Fla. ona Oct, 20, 1905, viz:
Vernon, i'la., on Sept. 20.1905. viz.: WVILIAM F. McCORMICK of ilayheal,
ERVIN EASTER of Anderson, Fla. Fla. ,
lid 3360; for the sw- ot of see. 7, tp ls, Hd 29667, for the nof swa,4 of sec. 18,
p.1 3w. tp. 2s, r. 2w. and eofe ofsec. 3,
He names the following witnesses to tt. 2s, r. 12w. and ne ofse4 of see. 13,
provehis continuous residence uon an tp. 2s, r: 13w.
prove his continuous residence uo and e names the following witnesses to
cultivaion of said lad, vi.: Cal prove his continuous residence upon and
Adam 6ainer of E.,onfina, Fla., Calviin I. a
Midett, David Hobby and Sawu Lewis of cultivation of said land, viz:
Anerson, Fn. oyS. L. Loudermilk, W. L. Rowell. and
Anderson, Fi.R W. K. Vickers of Nixon, Fla., and A. L.
W. G. XRosBsoN, Register. larris of Bayhead, Fla,
Editor's fee paid. W. G. ROBINSOX, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. g Editor's fee paid.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. ) OTICE FOR TH ICTIRNo.
July 31, 1905. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
Notice is hereby given that the fol- LaND OFFICEAT GAINESVILLE, FLA.
lowing named settler hUs filed notice o' Sept. 2, 1905.
his intention to m ike final proof in sup- Notice is hereby given that the fol
port of his claim, and that said proof lowing named settler has filed notice of
will be made before the clerk of the his intention to make final proof in
circuit court at Ve, non, Fla., on Sept. support of his claim, and that said
2ith, 1905, viz: proof will be made before clerk ofheic
WALTER A. PINCKNEYof Bayhead circuit court at Vernon, Fla., on Oct.
Florida, 0. 1905, viz:
1d 30036 for the e4 of scie sei of ref I of WILLIAM L, ROWELL, of Nixon,
sed. 21, and the swi, of sai of sec 22. Fla..
twp Is. r. 13w. Hd 29901 for the sea of sec. 25, tp. Is,
He names the following witnesses to r. 12w. ,
prove his continuous residence upon He names the folio ving witnesses to
and cultivation of said land, viz: prove his -continuous residence upon
T. L.L. M.ti-hlhrn, J. L. Mashburn, J. and cultivation of said land, vi;:
.M. Mashburn, G. W. Crooms, all of S. L Ludoicrmil'u, Willie ll. \ iVickrs,
Bayhead, Fla, W. iI. Steel and I- obert Nixon all lo
W. 0. H OBINSON. I egister. Nixon, F'ht. \V iH G. ...No. _, I""st'e .


AT ST.

BARNABA 'S

FAI By Martha
Coprmiwtl,1 i50k, h1 MAcCulloch-
31ar ha Mc.Culloch- Williami


Margery's eyes danced wickedly; she
snuffed battle afar. Miss Catherwood,
.waddling majestically from I1.. '.i to
booth at St. Barnaba's fair, had stop-
ped short at sight of her, setting heir
nose at least an inch higher and sniff-
ing -r s-libly? Since they were fr.l,-.v
church workers It would not do to say
?L-, Catlkerwood hated Mi e'y, but
even ;i-e young Warwick had fallen
under "'.I r.,'.' spell the elder lady
had shown' herself sabiLeful beyond
words.
All Eppington laughed at her, of
course covertly.- She was in a way its
gi-eat lady, owning the biggo..t house,
tLe handsomest grounds and nc.arly the
biggest bank account in the village.
young NWarwick's uncle, the iaajor,
had a thought more ready 'money, but
since he lived modestly, never subscrib-
ed to anything In public and gave away
by stealth more than half his income
he was no such personage as Miss
Catherwood, whose joy in life was to
write her name in front of a good
ro.uid sum at the head and forefront
of every important list.
Margery said audaciously that it was
Miss (:utihi w.-, l'- habit to let both
hands know all that even her little fin-
ger did. Possibly it was that speech,
with the necessary accretions from.
mouth to mouth, which first made Ep-
pington's Lady Bountiful so high amd
haughty toward Its prettiest girl.
Margery Lane was easily that and
much more. There was a sweet soul
at the bottom of her velvet eyes, wit
and spirit -a-plenty under her mop of
foss silk curls. All the finest young
fellows of the village were her chums
and sworn champions, even to the two
or three who had tried to be something i
more. Margery's compelling gayety
shed sentiment as a duck's wing sheds
water. Thus she had laughed her would
be swains out of sighing into a con-
sciousness of what she persisted In*
calling their mistakes. When she had
fully persuaded them to take her own
sane view she sent them rejoicing on
the way to court and marry other girls.
Thus In her own way she was easily
as much a power as Miss Catherwood.
Otherwise she would not have been
what she was at the fair. Miss Cather-
wood was the fair's moving spirit. If
she had dared she would have ignored
Margery. Since' she did not dare, she
wisely resolved to make the utmost
possible out of her enemy. Conse-
quently Margery had the stall .which
dispensed impartially candy, cut flow-
ers and literature. The girl's chums
had behaved nobly in the matter of
buying, to say nothing of.her lovers,
actual, poss ppssible.

Ji ,atatl' atpirttjyp.dee
he had brought up specially for hfm

was whisked away from him all In a
wink by his scapegrace of a nephew.
Melville Warwick, the nephew, had
been Miss Catherwood's protege. since
he was in short frocks-this In spite
of his own smoldering rebellion. I'rsl
mother, a gentle half Invalid, was de-


W ng Warxvick said imp.r.
ativ'. ikng 'to lead her away. Peo-
pla v-,..r gathering, staring, IAs l)u;,
,r. :imneI n cks, to see all about.
MiA.ry- let fall her hands, saying
quietly, *'It Is not hero."
The words took*avway Miss Ca:lt'r-
wood's last vestige of cOtpo'i'lro. Wi.'t
a lplunging luril. she overset the flow-,e
table, clutched Marg'..y by both shoul-
ders and shook her hard, hissing- ,out:
"Y'u: You little bold faced thief:"
Stunned silence for a breath; then
babel broke loose. suddenly so:ne
one cried, "Miss Catherwood, throe's
your purse tangled up In the lace and
jet on your hanging sleeve!"
Mi5s Catherwood raised a massy arm.
There, true enough, theo bub!e gloam-
ed. Withl one gasping look at Mar-
gery's set, white fnce, she fell all in a
mo)aning heap at the feet of the girl
she had accused, in her fall jarring
down a big lantern and overturning It
amid the rubbishy decorations.
Instantly th.iro was a threatening
flare. The flames ran leaping veng"-
fuily toward the groveling woman. If
shli breatled them onee she was lost.
Margery stood over her, her slight fig-
ure outlined against a heavy rich hued
ru Before another hand could be
rai-ed her arms went up, she tore the
rug loose and, holding it banner-wise
around and above her, dropped and
smothered with it the flare at her feet.
An hour later Dr. Archer was saying
as he patted Margery's burned fingers:
"Little girl, it was a heap more than a
lIfo for a life. You thought only of
your enemy, but you saved your friends
as well. If the fire had gained head-
way every home. in Eppington might
boe In mourning.'
"Imt not trying to pay you, Margery
-money cannot do that," Miss Cather-
wi ')11.0 upiI'lH'iito', from the depths.oi
h lo r :t.t'. 'r. "iut you shall be In:-
heireshs to prove you truly forgive me
and you shall marry Melville Warwick
to show riches make no difference in
a true woman's love."



BRADFORD 'S

CONVERSION

By CECILY ALLEN

Copyright, 1o04, by K. A. Whitcheend

"George Bradford, pur-bh.as;!i, bro-
ker," read the girl, hesitating before
the door. She extracted a tiny newspa-
per clipping from her purse and re-
read It-
Wanted.-A it-rv.ri'p,.. r: male prefer-
red. 16 Exchange place. G. B.
With trepidation she opened the; door
and entered a small, untpreposssssing.
office room.
"Good morning," said Erntdr f.d, ris,
ing and then sitting do'-,in abruptly.
Business was buslins;<.
"'Mr. brad:. '.,. "" asked the girl, ban; i
Ing hii the ,'];1" ;ni " advertiseroeut, I believe."
"I-I had In mind a 'yo'rg man," e1,
gan Bradford, obviously Iin ait 'a.;.
lie had never associate ed w\ih hwonox i
either socU'ialy or iu bli'i -s, In f ,
:l:Telr [f;'ic.ly be hd srongy dLs

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ii g\-P you tlihie to) t iu out yocr
',v: y,;;'. b:Ut w -a i is th;t h side liCv-
'is '1 P k l.'' \vit',ut you'" *'
>,',v i nClo d utpo.n the fIoweor co(un-
e" :) o0' te ,'o"p'!y rant in the choice
o1'a '.t tlt .is_ C.it!hrwood had to
-peak nv ice before ue ansswored.
"'Ihat is it, Aunt I'ux? You want a
po"'? 1 .'-t e beg you choose instead
,so)e:" o' those -hboice c'hry:sanIlhemumns.
You see, everybody wants roses, and
all the t>nwers outht to go. The chrys-
ant!?eiumns swanip any woman less
nmaje3tic than-yourself. A dozen of tlie
I ;..---i and hairiest, please, Miss Lane.
Change? Outrageous: Whoever heard
of change at a fair?"
"I don't want flowers. Keep your
money, or, if you .needs .mnist spend it,
come to some of ttYe sensible tables,"
Miss Catherwood said with what she
meant for a withering glance at Mar-
gery, who smiled amiably.
"Do take him away, dear Miss Cath-
erwood!" she murmured. "I have done
my best to get rid of him this last hour.
If he stays longer all the rest will hate
me. ,,u .tr lu in ',gel to deliver me
from,r j d lr,' fate."
"You ziean I am an angel. Angels are
all masculine. I leave It to the highest
authorities If that is not true," Melville
said, standing stock still, his folded'
arms propped upon the flower table.
Margbry .looked at him reproachfully.
"You' are blocking the way of trade,"'I
she said, "I have somewhat of con-'
ely4ct, bhowsoever you may be lacking
in ,it. These flowers have got to be
turned into fiannels a',nd soup and shble
for poor folks. Are you willing to pay
in n'avance for all I don't sell?"'
tWiinmg enough--!rre than wvllng- "
Melvillehretorted. "Only show mue lw,
I've been here three hours. Well, A fteu
this I can give poi n'-rs t. 1. .
n .an who fell a n :g' I'ev,''- -
"Molville: .For shame! Wi'!h ih-
iPg irrevere icc: t' I a i.,t [o K
giher astonish ,cd." MNi ;. -: .... ,vo
intelrupt.,d, raising I:r I ,'s 10 1'
cdiling. "'Now, if you pi.''.. v, i
bei going. Miss Lum.e, s til runin s, over a, i : Cn:'I ;-,-
to add what they fo tch Il e :-O :
of my original douathitu.'
; 'Unless you buy li!"ii y)r'.(';f, no-
bpdy will," Marg;ry -; :' w'li n .sill
of infantine mi .l:(c. '"Tih' y :' '.) hig
and dull and brieky red 'vr, ily h .
I.IC,-d at ti.'lem. Iiu 'ei, ior, I t'uitn
told me when he fetched tlhe in, 'P!a-
lmela Catherwood is your o'ne ,itince
for these' "
"Iudeedi" :- -Ca:lherwoo I wan so
cear aPpo)lexy sie could 't g,' t ly
tihe word. "I'll give y.il a dol;,r ',.ec
for them," she said, "''t you cin s'u:1'I
i,-'m straight to the I)ni.m ('of' t!
homelesss" Then, with a W';si" s'-,
i--rl, where is my iiurse? I Phd it a
niomentt back--and Iid it rihi- there
u jc'r your hand "
"TYe's, I saw it," M'ugery sa.l I hur
r1Ally 'muing about masses of blps-
sdLn Miss Catheirwood waItch-
v erng jrkily al


.. .~ ,c,. ';,- i> Lkc ,.onicy first

,.. i'.rred' i:3 stated la
'''t 1. ;i' .i ',vletigoed the
;: I vS 'd j p ;sitlo;n. liy first
i , 'l, a i -- I've come

-.g v; j to' introduce
-.", A i ( : i.- as fate
,; :i.-. : A I y(t B f ord was
S : .;-': c he ht, been te'::
::i:.' -.c : .^'2. Ie f youried the ~: . ,: ; i.'i,;. r a l yeui,. Tlon thfr,
', :, *..-i,;t e;C!- ynri-i erilatiui--women d('
.1 _" .,ia-,i:er relv uJ o 'ration for theh
v,.:., w ei ;, w:i sltiil a inatter of

',,, :;*- y ; i3 your first pos,
i;-i!;:;" \ f'i;;u;'t'^t i;;irn ord, a lI .if H: .
;..; y iat tLe place was here
-2:, ;:';! .a w' tbhs. but was too tact-
i':S ;: ,'0 evi.uncu e of the fact. "Yes,"'
S' :-.::.: I .have just finished niy,

i.- :': liked Lher soft, well modu-
'a.t v'> I' t L "iiold ronnd well to
S:.ui..aic;'r over the phone. A man's'
v. .;<- v, '.ozul nrot soutldl half so well.
"Ci.ie wouric ls confining," he sug-
g.i, '. of ,'-. ', ir goingg her.
"Ye-; but when a woman has to
uiake her way in the world she put:'
on a smone an faces the-worst," she
repilcd, with Just. a suspicion of an
a;c:'e-;t on the last word and with an
unt.eaniLably roguish twinkle in-her eyes.
She coiiid not quite cast aside the man-
ner that had been her .charm in the
old Hife. Family fortunes may take
wing aand fly, but innate coquetry is
uot to be stifled by mere financial de-

Bradford could not deny that her
smile had individuality. He wonder-
ed why the women he had been forced
L) in;e.?t Lad never smiled In just that
w'y. He never knew why, but h-e
(1ui'diey wished the office were clean-
er. Iio would certainly speak to the
wn-,man who scrubbed and dusted In the
building.
"Aini-about- about salary?" he ask-
ed awkwardly. It was -alJ rot-this
women in business idea. They had no
right there. IHe would have a man.
lie felt like a cad talking to a woman
about salary. What did she know of-


RACKET STORE.

AND- CITY I ES A UR ANT :
Corner of Bayview and Wyomint Avenues on Bay Front.

Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
W\Vht you can't find at any other Store, come to the A C K E T
TO R K E T,
8 T"0 R E and get.

Hot Meals at All Hours of the Day:
llI., 'i C lp 'Of Coffee, 5 Cts. -$-- Cup of Ten, 5 (ts. ,,Ii;l ,,;iilllli

Fresh Bread, Pies gi Cakes, Specialties

1. G()ARI), Proprietor.

THE COLUMBIA GARDEN PLON,


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Th :s the or test ani l most eompllel
uandt l w fo' working plants in the garden. It,
SN!chlt-Ad 1it alie; the weight the block to
Shich the '1"li.-f tached keeps it in Ihe
ivro id, iandll, .yth of plowing' is ongulatefd
by lifting, the handles. A boy or girl of I.. n
yea's can handle it with perfect ease. It has ;i
2u-inch steel wheel, the height of which makes
I h tlow light of draft. It has five blades: 1 is
lu'rino' mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a swoepor t- veing
l. blade, 4 a bull-tonaue, 5 a rake. Wrench
with each pnlow


We hbave made airan events hy
wV'ich we can. furnish this plo at
the factory price, $;.75, i-.ii


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freight o St. Ai''ows MBy aboim one ollr-, T making i he plow, deliver,-.,
$-1.50. But til h OY.) li)oposCs Ito do better tihain.this and will send the l,,onv
'lie ear amind ffu ,ish one of these-plows complete at the factory for $4.,50
purchaser to pay freight .
Thie plow may be seen in operation at the oditor's 'residence at any time
Order from the BTUOY dii-oct. 11


of busIness?
"'I believe it Is the employer's pre-
rogative to name the salary," said the
gk-1 simply.
Bradford, ,after searching hopelessly
in his mind for a combination of words
ar d figures in which to adjust the
financiul end of the transaction, named
tlo amount which he had had In mind
w-lu inserting the "ad."
"That will do very nicely," said the
girl, rising. After all, this business
life was not so hard; men were not so
heartless.
"And your name?" asked Bradford.
.Ii .. 1 -.son Marjorie IHenderson,"
she said, smiling.
"And when will you come'?" Bra.d
ford i .ri.;-. 1 himself at the *,-ay in
which he lot her suit her own con-
venience. .
That, too, Is yolar prerogative," she
i an od1d little, expression of def-
Sin, her eyes. .
,on-arrow? Is that too soon?"' 'ie
had not expected to have his -ten,.,'
rpliher until the following week, but
tf'i-er all, no doubt the sooner he had
one Hie sooner his business letters
v,-otuid corin'necoe to bring good re.
suits.
"Very well, tomorrow. And at what
hour?" This man had not told her
an- thing of his demands upon his em-
ployee'a. She bad fancied herself de-
partlng with a list of rules a page long.
to all of which she must adhere rigidly.
"'Oh- about 9:30." be said. Ie .had
decided when het'had inserted the ad-
vertLserament that he would get to busi-
ness earlier and have his stenographer
there with him. But-oh, well, women
should not have to get down too soon
It was hard on them.
"I will be here at that hour, Mr.
Bradford, thank you." And she closed.
the door.
Alono, Bradford lit a cigar and lean-
ed back lin his desk chair. What had
he done? lie had engaged a woman, a
girl, as a r: *- .,;'b. .r! She would al-
ways be in the office. lie could riot
swear; he wondered if lie should
smoke. Neither could he take off his
cot and put his feet on his desk when
'he wanted to think things out and
bring an unruly customer to timo.
But the next morning found him ea-
gerly waiting for 9:30. He could not
tell why, but the appearance of a trInm
little tailor clad figure in the doorway
made him glad.
"I-I may put my hat on your desk7"
the asked, laying a neat felt hat on the
top of his desk. She had only a flat
table.
"Oh-oh, no," he said. "Let me-I
say, we will have to have a hook over
there above the washbowl. Yes, put it
there." What a nuisance women were,
he tried to convince himself. A wom-
an's hat on a man's desk!i
An atmosphere of strangeness, ofem-
barrassment and awkwardness filled
the tiny office all day, and yet Brad-
ford did not look at the dirty, dingy
elevated road for light as he had been
accustomed. It was brighter in the of-
fice. He dictated his letters and was
pleased to note their faultless pages,
their neat arrangement, their work-
manlike appearance. Perhaps, after all,
a Woman could learn to be business-
like.
"I will bring a little mirror and--a
towel and some soap In the morning,
Mr. Bradford, if you don't mind," she
said as she left. "Good night."
"A mirror!" Bradford sighed. This
was only the beginning. But lie was al-
ways glad when 9:30 arrived and sorry
when closing time came. Business
seemed to increase; he sent out. so
many lotti'10 Miss I.enmprson was
quin., a.nd often she "su'gz'estc.d little
ideas f-ir 1eP.!'ixr'g I:cir; lie was ad-
vertisni: 11 I a f, O .!h' ;',
Whena soie ,t;.nk!' if 'h^o ni:.';i linve a
box (f slower- I'n the ti'rrOw win'w W
Bri':lfordi put hi:: lnt ;'s in hi. p;,'-Io ,ts
and sftr-.e up and down the oorn. But
she had he'r ';ay, and soon a box of
bloomning n-s Iturthutns g'ave the dingy
room a h(,el"ful aspect. Every morn-
ing bef-ie le was eadty to give her.
his l'titr"s thS'e ,watered li,..' I s-ith a
ridiculous lit ie red watering pot.
Oftentimes after Miss IHenderson had
left in the evening Bradford stood over
the tiny flower bed and soliloquized.
IHow different flme office seem d: How
br.rihl ad clean his desk always 12o!k


be !1 business then."
EP-adfor'. h:ls a little "want" adver-
tisenuent framed above the desk in hlti
lr'iv-ate o1k- today, right over her pho-
tcgr:ph, for the business has grown,
and there ar-e many clerks--but all
"nalle I .'. I.-1."

THE MALE CRICKET. :
Curlail.i Tr:o;t HIe Developv For tie
L'tly of ilia Choice.
In io- AIOe''i;' -Naturalist J. I..
fI aw',a'k *;'es al iute.'r-t'rig descrip-
ii;; on i.o o-ie of the habit's of the'
s tri"; t, i:.i<-tdoiw cricket. The nost
strike' part o.' the account deals
w:w1i' the al' ..eu'nts which the male
crok'ts pj))- ,i's'. When he wishes to
attract the female the male cricket
ra'ses his fre vwingsi vertically abovr
hlil hand and by rubbing them over
each other produces- a high pItched
singirmg, or, perhaps better, shrilling.
Vh en tho female's attention has been
attracted she goes to the male and
proceeds to take advantage of the r.-
freshments offered. Upon the mate's
back, situated well forward on the
thorax, is a little depr~ielon or well in
which a small quantity: of semilfluid
material is-secreted. Cirmblug up on
the male's back, the female eats this
Ippru enflty delicious-morsel with great
eageu;nesa. It is evidently something
especially choice which is formed
tlh:;-. for her especial benefit. ThJ
I .. :;; suggests that treating as a
means of v.iiil ln- a lady's love is not
confined to the allurements of ice
cre.ai i and soda water. Colller'a
Weekly.

England'. Newspaper Tax.
On June 15, 1855, EiiglIt;lud' newspa-
per stamp duty was abolished and the
re'gn of the cheap daily began. Thli
"tax on 1L le.l'1:-." was first imposed
0
in 1712 and was made most severe by
the act of 1820, which fixed it at 8
cents a sheet, with 87 cents duty on
each advertisement. The Whigs re-
duced the duty to a pennyin 1836, but
when the Crimean war broke out and
every one wanted the news even a
penny duty was found to be Intolera-
ble. Its repeal Is called the Magna
Charta of the British press. *

Consounigx. g
11 )y- .rilhtEr lit .i',bt I wanted
ito ;iTry y -o-1 t',x your mo;w.'y? What
di U'on say? -She- I persuaded him
ihat !h;' t &>',t, a.'td then lie said. if
t:;t ,;'s '.e < ;is,' youi hadn't any sense.


Thle (iv-'-t<',r of Today.
T.', i:,,nut Yr is no longer invested
whit tih' ptios and romance of un-
reiits i l;l-.te,'Ce, but is the man of all
othi-'r -,;. lei,;ps to etiinence and for-
tumn S;t. l~ouis Itepublic.


I' E PEOPLE'S STORE!


PITSB3URG. ON EAST BAY.




Leads in Low Prices and Good

COODS3.
He invites the purchasing public to call,

Examine his stock and GET PRICES.

Pa-ys Highest Price for n S.,ted ALIGATOR HIDES,






DRS, .ZiMEMO ES and T ILET ARTICLES. -

COMMERCE ST EAST OF WARE'S STORE.-'




Fresh and of Guarantoed. urity,

DR. W. G. MITCHELL, PROPRIETOR,, :
Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St, Andrews and
Surrounding Country. e
May be crudl at his residence on Bue na i Vista avenue at ni it.
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Sold at St. And tows ltay. Fla., at
DIL MIA'IMII, MA'S Dr ;STOI.. E.

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Sold at St. Aidrews BayFla
SlGr. oc Va. hri s rug. ,r
south srie o. f the north half ofte;






old in rracre, oi' a3 i.r-, or h ave l.-acre lots
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The price asixo i.ill be a-cording to
lSodation Andrws BO & CO.
Alt r. Mitchell's Drug Store,n
l ,. Call fotr ifr1 esami)le under

EFor lale!
We offer for sale a strip from the
south side of the north half oI. the
northwest quarter of section 0, town a
ship 4 south, range 14 west, running
from the school house to 'i'.iin bayou,
adjoining Liiiv-l;e on the south. -Will be
sold in acre, quarter, or 1alf-acro lots.
The price a'sed will be according to
location. W. A. EMMONS & CO.
to lilt, ..... .
ed~o .uh the mirror added, anil
,lh .l*h:m tow,1, nd--'tand thes', niowe:s:
". t:'-"w uda lycI-NOWd happily under


i *; ,:n; b',iOn:ll l (i sht w a le Vn H Ig
"I::.-:.':;'::,' to my adverti: nM'u for a




-you .'t e II Ko i-'it riu 'ni.'O il't
T ", i;,rl io.ke.I surprsle-,d, but she
':..' : ''.

*T i ) .1 s,-'-p ,y s, id ale', yoey
,-,ou. il i"l-c i h lo yno0:(:' i to 1pply."'
lie tv~i'l:-] ~.is ponwiper- one she had
asqarely inMu---ho eyensighcliy ndtrng.

'n T l '': ; tvt 'r p dirou 'd of s i VOel l
p -! ]:(--'... I,:;i;:i -; in C 'ar;'e'fuly, sloh w -
;y. "' ",'0" ::!1 intismatedi by au cleva-
t ;io' : r .' v .
S" i' --i t :.:' ",'." heI caui .es a.i.
'f h'v :,, '"-u" I to the t codtrtI ry."
t "tl "* t oArN:' r;. d, 'h not irt'ue ;'1 in


"A'iJ iis mi'tter 't-eriously, Marro-
ri,'' hII ''i'. imuS',itg td~vard h 'r. "It
matt-rs awfully. I hase to have one

you i it r A !'::v, hi:'? I knIow' it ixn't
ibusit' -, ';'ii', iut-I love you."
M[rjorie itIindM'son looked at hiun
squarely in the eyes. "And I prefer a
piirlcer;hlip to a salaried position. You
come to the houne tonight, and we'll
talk It over wih mother. It need not


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