Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00249
 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: March 8, 1906
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00249
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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VO(L. XV .


U. S. Seun:tor-l't di-'trI. S LMl

Representativces-ist District, S. 1\
S paOr m ain, Tampa: 2tl F) iS. r rI .
Frank Clark, Lak. C![%-; 'Jdsti

W. B. Larriar
1.. S. C 111,1111

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NV V.'A. Biryan, Chi 0 e~v; touDtrnyJ u ge'.
3. Wk~ls ~ Court, Coun Y,

cror, ridK. Thomnp vn
SAndrew; Treasurey-,ouis H. Hi
Vernon; Tax Assessor, J. W. B,
Duncan: County Superintendel
IF. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor,
Collins,. Vernon; County CoE
fioners, B. F. Swindle, Vernol
L. Harrill, Chipley; J. M. P
Econfina; J. H. Wesley, Point \
ington; Eiton Singleton, Nixo
g. Audrews-Justice of the F
.Iohn Sturrock; Notaries. W. A.
mons, A. H. Brake; Deputy C
Circuit Court, W. A. Emil
School Directors, G. W. Surber
P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Pos
tress, Zadie H. Ware.
liiviiie--ronnister. Hounry. B
Constable, J. H. Daffin,
tir Postmaster and .Notury P

Callaway-Postmaster, M. N. Car
Baunders-Postmaster, R. Peters
.;,,u.-Postmaster, Andrew A
...,,-I ostimaster, S. W. At

B u. Bay-Postmaster, W. C. HO
e-Postmaster, James M. Mu
.o [i.iltllt-~s, m rs. It. ("ay.
ok us- l'o.stI .s-r Emmry T
l -ostsuaster, 0. C. Tomp'
'o stl ~ owI r..

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.. m. Suilday Scila 1 e e'ry
S v .r It a. i. rev. C. L. J :,
1 ,; ..t l. i, I":p l- .'h'u 'h \

schlol 9:30 a. m. every-Sunuda.
SKev. ,I. Mi. Convay, pa..or. I%
,rs)vleriii u-.C'hlrcth (or'.nl'er hL
Ave. and Drake St, Rev. OC.
stor. Sunday school at

iy sun ay .1! S
r(.hi cor ,w r Y !

Jurisdiction to administer aths,
a its, legalize ack

nients, etc., anywhe. n;,i "t o n
Se Nr S Dlawfully ualiied par.

/--15eputy Ci-cuit Court Clerk and No
Public for the State at Large;
jurisdiction to administer oaths,
affidavits, legalize acknowl
ments, etc., anywhere In Flot
S-. Proia attention given to land
veyances and marriage ceremony
formed for lawfully qualified par
Office" at the Buoy Otfiee, St. Andi

L- fPronpt and caremrt attention g'
.....to all matters submitted to my ca

[ t'uorneY at L-, Vernon, P

Notary uldic for State at lFrge.
riee at Stlore, corner of Loraine
nuti and Cincinnati 9t, All Nott
work solicited arid given protmp
SSiaininu and I rn'Ua-e *:t, (onunerce
atr, of Ila.\eyv, iteriI$ his pr(
Ro;m;il ser-ices t ttO h6 citizens 6f
Andrews and vteinity. Residenuc,
Puetnl Vsra ayeue.
DI. .1. .. KESTER,
Houmoe6pathic Physician and Ac
l ,1r. Ottice o'ioeer Drug S1

*'. ;ic (or the State of I
'-, > t I Airge. ()fliRe at lPn,'1 (r,
;*" *, n .,iins! aind payinent of ti
:A(, i d-t' d(>u!s. .sp (,cialtie s,

A Greek ,.:..,. i 1:ptminnta

^ bu-demuned l:y L;s enca'iues to fil at'
much beneath him. vwl-le con:
cleaning thie -tl--'- and cleai

i-o make them see that not <
does the task show what the mar
but also the man shows what the 1
is, and he raised the office to a g
Sdgigtgy, teaching that"no honest v
need degrade the worker, but an I
est.worker can dignify the work.


Oiii~ I~,1ki a ea:- ilkAd% .Liave.

A-, u I l 1A ML. E h 3,

L L I ? A'Fn I0 i E CUij'sXtIN0 H Sped9i

-,U.;.1 Dlri-ift .epor line. fiirithiscP-r
tion;21te Z, -.wh 51Iiq e Di~play May
](,,l.cd dou Ifle ahw, e rate:., *11
v 4 -:.. - M

S t. ,fs ati tion h la 'i,.. ir'.-l and'] that tI
well, or'three extra numbers will be sen
owen, you that no break may occur 9houl
It, B. you choose to renew.
asrteh- (In Monosyllables )
Wn. written for the Bnoy.
'cace, Who cutmvy tree? said George's pa,
Ei- As lie sat don by thlie lire.
nous; I did, said George, now don't you see?
, Sr., I can not be a liar.
In my great glee, I cut your treej
Sovis; [ '-uedt that it will die:
But if you flog me for the deed,
I cannot tell a lief
S. Evanston, 111. Feb. 0, 1906.
D)on't Tk7; l: of Your Ienalth.
)lley. 1 yoa i re not well don't talk about
rfee. it.
To cp- e: ,.o:;s o 0 l'y.-e;;i dli c.o t,'- .i' "; also
kins. .-it e a i:tow of gim,,.)i over other
peoe'le. They g'ow hesitant about ask-
lug yo: how you fe-l. It gives tlih
( mUas von "n 0 '1ot vr'y weli" or "not so

ood0 lo y;u k.c'.v that a -go5 i.l of
hi 3; j,,'i.'ma:mticu? If you bracedfid --
1t' i.'' pc.il e (h er'lly that you f t,
.., 'T) n;. (.that;ce in tln y.ou wo'l;-
I .'p esy soon. You'd forget
Y .t' .ho ani :' ]; .'it.
'{ ,.. .' : ,. : ,,; 4. s!,iv t '
t' .iI," ... ". -a ". ~. ... :

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. ;.. .. .... .. . . . '. ., ..

3 a.7'5 flea t pe:i" f"- c:i ; i a of 4 -"
.. ,e,! .t in I. s : .
th 'o .. .C.. ... *.
'0 11'o
prior" i,'&a c. tlia v" ...cl.. .u i .-y c'.i-

'" Cof ,t .'v'4 for ve
--.'; ',, { U;. t "viC), "II it 8 ?O";"'"'i IIp nrJ

called a s1ip" in t itup an t I
it out l ft.t o '.i hU ; o fT'; is

c,"rofu yC lc 1 1' It Li t k( 'ii
nto an 'hr ,

.eral" :.'-, iii S'. fL' of i i is i a cnu:-O
by have'ih i ic, 'are'uiy combed andl
calle' a sIipiior t:ii:,s it rp ,n1 t7.-;s^;

it out into .ofrt "';, yirit T i:; st.
carefully co:n d t, .in'. a: t it is taIa'
into a.no. her o" itnj ., v; i'-
eral suni;l strilt' i of 1.;h.i yv;:'!> n:p'
twisted into one. fr': o 0. TlreO of
these are twvit;{,d t<';;, (;u', aud you
then have six c. ;'- tU^:ead, v-Lic.h, a'ter
It is baecI is roan..y fr o nIarkct.e

c4,ir' ofr the sOr;typ.t fro
r .,llop rIa.l;>in-,-- tn ',ove"re('c[ r:te {.".y
ias he eno>P;1i the pcu'pt thit '-,'e h:d

Pon. It .wa ipo, 1.uLe (TO is the
Scottlbh in'instor (did in sin!l;!'ar cir-
cuiL'^t,:iu'o-, i "! "- for t'he "I-mu from
l1s home \vrilo the coiiE ..... si-
Ps.himn a1 No, ho nu t l'"o:'hch ex-
toa:;'l -'e, ar1 i i;! so, tkI:i:l ; for his
t uo t-.- '-.' ,.u '--:n e of G(o:. Very woll
oz ..:~.- o' fI'lt wi.h hils e'o_' t. As ;he
";. ] :- 0 1 ov t:,':i o'i' of hb~'
; :", LU. vhose .c;:i: l of theo s-,
:- I in:v'-ed. "VW''il, it wv'oc a very
'1 'r rl'... vws the ropy, "but I
<>'t .agre wi' It, I b'elievea there is a
C od."

SflF- 'li nh Dead Wren.
'Th1e fi'h U';.en of t ie IJe of Man al.
I,- :-, froTn torn and dis:a-
Sif t'-v'.v liva i ('ta.l Vwuron o board.
o ':: n i n 'at:-i'.ton t't at one time
c ::.':t a., haunted the
.. a v attend-

S ': At } .. it , 4 ''

: :* : "1' ,- .;!l 1 hi : afe and
:2 Lan" : i 'is liii: < C',, e ,':c.'

S I. e .er ',T"r 2 '', .
.-t yv '' It e('-( v,' 't a[ a ccUn-
":': ',,- ;, yo5 ';*o rbl5- I tr".;i1 wi[h re-

i r 1;t i .tii r of it thoe ;'- t'; m -
11' yo-u;-: gv, -t'eIf ttevtt cr it wvil
lie. LcS, t s ", iuld D)e easy and iia4-ti.
ant;l euv(y to the persons to whom w've
siaid them ju.'t what we should say to
the 1.er;ons if we were with them.-
( .- -- t I



-2. .


THE YEAR igb&,

Di hursernehtS f Fine an~d Forftf it:.rc PFdt*Jra
e itpo5, A ASIhffield.witni-.6s in j o
W B Gvay, jUvor don %- ..
R H Gvav. do d6% X
4W MCPlos, do do ~

An %:3a it'ney do dc p
M hIb jje E KehioLc, oui t stnou ra91.*hp.x
.Minnie E Kelhoe. ta offibn "
JLJacek~on. rndse for jail..
Bro.oks, & Go'iwia. d ". j..
21 Bun ion Nteiclcs, w~inee ijroht~
John Sowell, .dt
P K PElerb~ .j __


" L;raSa'Iartleld, do do .. .- ..
L i-elo.zel, do do -
t Eula Chestinut, do do . . '..
SJimn Chestnut do do .......
Arthur Matha do do .. '. .
Carrie Chest-nut do do ... .. '
Frank Sexton, do do
Lamp .Harmon, do do
Dock Harmon, do do '.... ...'
ALHarrell, do do ...... .....
Geo. IolLmaan, do do .
C E R ud? do do ... ... .
W H Sullivant, do do .
Bur-is Sapp do do .........
John Sapp, do do ...... ....
(MC W Creamce do do ..............
May 30. Dan Livingston do do ...............
Becky Brown do do ...0 ..........
WVash Brown, do do.
John G Ward, do' do ............
Sallie Ward, do d9 ...
J E Maxwell, do do
-Becky Morrell, do do .......... .
Tip Ski uper do do '. .''.''. .
Tom Lawrence, do do ................
M iles Andrews do do .................
H E Hickman do do ................
C S Matthews do Qo ..............
Millard Owens dd do .. ..
W A Bishop, do do ..........
T J Bell, do do ... ............
W C Mason, do do .............. ..
Monroe Glass, do do ............
H D Vaughan. do do ............
B H Scottt. do do **** -*.
WH Wesley do do '............ .
Tom Collins. do do ... ...........
J A Sims, do do .......... .
Joe Martin, dd do .........
T A Me CollOdgh, do do ............ ...
Joe Howell, do do ...............
J-ulet 1. Mrs John Haney, do do ............ ,.
"'. -.--. Minnie Anderson, do do .......
r G WLee. do do
J W Carmichael. do do ..... ... .
Walter Boutwell, do do
Mri Joe Boutwell, do d. ............. .
Sallie W ard, do ,lo .... ..........
TJ Rooks, do il.. I-l
Mrs T J Rooks, do do l ....... ... .
,.j -^.c Mrs Susan Johns do di ..
".'.Ed Johns do do ..
A o.nn, do
..o Kelley, do do .. ....
S-Jim MeKinnie, do do ....... ..
P: Francis McKinnie,do do ...
: .. Jim Reeves, do do .... . ,-
Nat Jones, da.- do ...........
G(o. Strickland, do do ............
J.ane Strickland, do do ..............
M rsJ Arm-tri,,,, do do .. ". .... "
Sutsai, .ia--son, do do
a a'. ung, do do ........... .
Frank Jackson. do do ............ j.
Win Wooten, do do .........
CH Carter, do do ......... ..
Henry Sheffield, do do ........... ..
John Murray. do do ............
Elizi, bethWillismsdo do ........
F,' B,1,. do do .......... .. .
C R Rivers do do ..
JulC Troubleliuld, do do ............
John Carr, do do
Back Young. do do ......... ...
Joe Young, do do ......... ..
Allen Brunson. do do ............. .. .
Stella Brunson. do do ............
Wesley Biunson, do do ................ .
Joe S Everett, do do ............. .
M C Coumbia, do d ..............
H D Brock, do do ......
Mariah Williams, dd do ........ ....
Francis Bell do do ...... ..
Gaines Austin do do .
L R Ruffln do do ................
Mary Coon, do do .............
Abner Newman, do do ............ .....
Jim JetTffries, do do ...............
Dora Savage do do ..............
J Matheny, d do ..........
Henry Davis, do do ............
Emanuel Davis, do do .................
Gus Newman, do do .............
Adam Flowers,o do do ............. ..
Wash Livingston, do do ..... .........
June 6. H J Richardson, do do ............
Lula Wesley, dO do ............
Buell Cook. dO do .................
J ERe.nolds do do ... ..............
H B Williams, do do ..... ..........
D M Williams, d do ..............
Julia W illiams, dO do ................
E P V S,,, ,. .dO do ... .. ..
Arthur Capers. !do do .................
Warren Potter, do do ............ ..,
H Sayage, do do .............;..,
rPBruce. dO,, do .........
Alex Pom pey, dO do ...............
Susie Clemons, dO do ..............;.
Jane Brantley, do do .............
Polly McGriff. do do ... ,,..
Robt Williams, do do ................
Cynthia Jones, do do ................
Het'ie Brunson. do do ................
Ida H trris, do do ................
Horace Jones; do do ..**. .......
EZ Harris, do do ****........ ....
Jack Pompey do do ................ "
Thomas Boswell. do do ................
W illiam Parish, do do ..................
Frank McCormick do do ................
Bill Anderson. do do ................
Chas Ely, do do ...............
Robt William's, do do ................
Ben Borne, do dod ................8
Dick Spires, do do .................
"James West, do do .................
July A C G Allen, serving grand jury.......................
S sheriff's general acct, spring term........
"9 conveying' convict to reformatory...... ,- ,
sti sht cost, State v DlBennett.......... .... ;,
'' feeding prisoners ..................... .
" costs in State v J Boutwell.................
Buell Cook, cost in justice's court..................... $
AM Watson, do 1o .................o",.
Buell Cook, do. do ....................,.
C G Allen, do do ......................

Buell Cook, coroner's inquest,........................:.
A M W atson, do ...................... .....
Lee W ells, juror do .. .. ..................
Eason Tharp do do ..................... ..
J J W illiams do. do .. .... ...................
JDCampbelldo do .........
SE M'Geachy do do .......... ..... ..
1--. W M Farrior do do .................... -...
SC GAllen, shf cost State v H Savage.....*...............
^H-|^C Lockey, elk's do do ........ .......
d o do do S Taylor.. ................

2 6,i)
-1 00,
1 25
1 25
1 65
1 25
3 00
3 00
3 00
2 70
03 50
3 20
3 20
3 20
3 20
2 80
3 20
-3 20
3 20
4 20
4 20
12 00
3 50
2 60
2 15
6 00
'3 80
5 30
3 80
5 20
3 80
3 80
3 80
(; 00
5 50
6 00
3 60
4 30 J
2 50
4 00
3 00
6 60

6 40
8 00
7 60
6 60
ti HU
2 00,


July 6.

July 12.

Fuly 15.


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AX WWmrin. .do Sthte v H Farrior-.................
H J Rihardilj n. dl ) Ido d-o We.eby ...............
E W S.Lpp. j p co t ito ............ ....
C G Allen. shI do) do.........
Sperlin Clemons,'witness do ................
H J Jones do do ............
Julia W illiams, do dio ........ .. ..
Arthur C'pers do do ... ....... .......
J E Reynolds do c . ...............
W : Lockey, elk's cost State v Matthews & Mardn..,..
C G Allen, shf do do [do. ......
W C Lockey. elk do ,'do T Jackson....... ....
C G Allen. shf do o do
W C Lockey, elk do do R Wesby.....n.........
C G Allen, shf do do do ... ..........
W C Lockoy, elk do do Clippie Johnson........
C G Allen, shf do do do ........
W C Lockey, elk do do H Campbell.............
C G Allen, shf do do do
W C Lockey, elk do do F0 Kelley... ..........
C G Allen, shf do d(o edo
W C Lockey, elk do do C Nichols..................
do t J McKinnie..............
C G Allen, shf do do do .............
W C Lookey, elk do (do D Burns ................
C G Allen, shf do d > do ...............
A M Watson. arrest of.J Boutwell..................
F P Bruce, shfcost State v J W McKinnie ............
State Reform school maintenance of R Wesby .........
John G Ward. witness in justice court..... .........
Becky Morrell do do ...............
Tip Skipper do do ...............
Chas Ely. do do ...............
lobt W illiams do do ....;........
Lizzie Livingston, do do .... .........
John G Wa.d do do ...............
Dan Livingston, do do ...............
Wash Brown do do ...............
Becky Brown, do do .............
. Chas Ely, do do ...............
Ben Horn, do do ....... ...
To be Continued next week.

Habit in Appetite.
The so called cravings of appetite are
purely the result of habit. A habit
on*,e aEctquired and Versistently follow-
ed so,ou has is In Its grasp, and thent
_.-qy deviation therefrom temporarily
Lbqs our physlokgical equilibrium.
,makes complaint, atd we
atTo hiff' .has before ac-
customed, even though this something
be In the long run distinctly injurious
to the welfare of the body. There has
thus come about a sentiment that the
cravings of the appetite for food are
to be fully satisfied, that this is merely
obedience to nature's laws. This idea,'
however, is fundamentally wrong. Any
one with a little persistence can change
his or her habits of life, change the
whole order of cravings, thus demon-
strating that the latter are purely arti-
ficial and that they have no necessary
connection with the welfare or needs
of the body.- In other words, dietetic
requirements are to be founded not
upon so called instinct and craving,
but upon reason and intelligence.-Us.a-
sell H. Chittenden;in Century.

The Practical Joker.
See the practical joker. He is not
much of a sight, but still he is worth
looking at as a curiosity, as a study in
-uncommon cussedness. The practical
joker is the offspring of asininity run
to seed. He is what was left over after
the rest of the world was created.
There was a slight surplus, a mere
fraction, not, enough to make a com-
plete man, so the scraps were scraped'
up, pressed together and molded into a
practical joker. The job was not pat-
ented. Nobody thinks enough of the
Invention to patent it. You couldn't
sell practical jokers for 3 cents a bunch
if you should stand out on the corner'
and sp:el till your vocal cords got tied
into double bowknots. The public is
aware of tlhe !-hell game when it sees
the layout. The practical joker is an
escaped idiot from the Idiotville aLsy-
lui, lbut ho is by nI o means a harmless
!idot. When recognized, he should be
r-oped forthwith and hauled back to his
native: and natural ( nviroiinent, the
padded cllt.-Portland Oregonian.

Blue and Gray Tobacco Smoke.
Di you ever notice while enjoying
vour favorite cigar that the Snmoke that
curls up' from the burning end of the
'weed" is blue, while that exhaled
from the mouth is of a whitish gray?
The explanation of this oddity is not
far to seek. The wreath from the fiery
end of the cegar Is in the shape of in-
finitesimal dust particles, and all such
particles (even the blue of the atmos-
phere Is exp:.tined in the same way) re-
Iect the blue color. In the case of the
exhaled smoke the fine particles have
united with the moisture of the breath
and have thereby become several folds
larger than those escaping direct from
the burning tobacco. This being the-
case, they have become large enough
'to rejectt the white light*, which gives
the exhaled smoke an entirely different
i Mrs. Jav'i. *'---Just like a man! The
idea of losing your temper and swear-
ing at your razor because It's dull! 'Mr.
Jawback-VWell. I've got a right to.
Didn't the razor lose its temper first?-
Cleveland Leader.
An Arab Proverb.
When you have done any one a favor
throw into the sea the remembrance of
it, and If the fishes devour it God will
remember it.

'~,.X '.
*~ TI

i u .oan, he was nieenndtltVapF
1 00 the elevenbi cenruft:., Htsfoge W n
3 20 VlorU, lcg,, wiUi the twelfth,..hu.ty
3 86 I.-I-,h.d su rapidly that by thel i rLia, -
3 600 tiou he probably possessed ii Engh
2 80 alone more churches and chapels ld "'
2 60 cated in his honor thdti any other hole
2 00 personage.--Comh1ill Magazlue. "
2 70
24 65 The Lord' Prayer.
2995 The question having arisen as t .
9 23 whether the English version of th -i
15 20 Lord's Prayer is a .true reproduction of
3 44 the original as jiud lIn Mattheow, 4 f.
9 25 native Greek scholnr proceeds t alnu
3 1670 swer it. tie deals with thq petitions In,
2 72 order, translates eich word with all th4q
6 40 shades of meaning of the orlg;nai and
5 64 then presents the vhoIl In, ils t'Ir .
12 P5 "Our taither which a if[ l hie'h.h :
1 95 lowed be thy name-thy dominion conmii
6 54 -thy (flxd) purpose he done, as I i
18 5.9 heaven, so, 0to, o i0 qth. Give us thi
4 07 di:.v our nwere (or sinipl ie d,:,4d for-,
213 3 give us our debts as we r 4.lsl. l
25 85 debtors theirs, and lqt us not full Into I
2 50 tempter's snare, but deliver us from th
6 40 evil one."
6 50 --

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4 50
1 35s
6 25
1 00
6 26
6 25
4 00

H I,,lo 'I- V 1n r ITa Pi!uLi.
V'h':tn Ht:i;,;:ial h:'.:l cr.,--'.d rthe Alps
into i alvy- he f,:ai~ s h,. 1 him ,;elf l
",,0., i st !'r i.'l'S in wie *) ," ith 1il, t
'. iU t'tp a. vW hil, v.-il;i g on.-,
'. ; 0. the gal-rdl n he i -..I i s .v, -t
v. .. n>(..:r at hand. ri: :1; by inhe
i. ... u -I . .n -, i. f or r

.. '., i ] : f c: ..._.t' < her to hL:'
. h:,t!dd-.p'",;'hl. oiu, hi'ei:." bt(-l' f i11,' h.'lli!c.-q
s'.::'d by b'a!reali'g li'a. ltr.tibL l -
tion _-i..y o''loiw'd this .l-;: n. The
balarn, of t' C z i; witer w'a. d. ','u, ted to
pleas iur-. I;r!il i, l dis.-ipline were
nLeg',b'(L ., ::nid a. i: : ,";iiuno on the
('Carl]:i:,.nili h;::, -,,. o demoralized
that its pr,; ':til-g '' l.'-t. and the
dov.'nfall of IIann'.i: i fa ',I:vod.

J.on040on i- n siho'p ar Ixi;uk, a gain-
bling hc:l and a at itl.' 1. Its streets
are paved with ; .: I aund set whit
thorr,-.. It is t.. ; ' o it Ich nian
n.id tihe pl.ah' for a p-oor i:inil. It is all
wevali andl !iut'pp''ess. It i.s'all pov-
erty aind di(re-. It is a huge paradox.
M:tiny th:gi ai' u o)3sible in London
that a-e also ii o.';ible. If it so please
you, and youn posl.i tlie ability to do so-
youn tay, live not ierel a double life,
ihut h:11i' dozen different lives, which
will never clahl with one another. You
.maiy hI' in London at the same time a
priest and a pirate. It is big enough
for Loth of you.- J. II. M. Abbott in
Carrot Jam.
Our bect carrots are sold to jam-
maikers. 'o have made fror" 80 shil-
li.gs to 45 shillings per ton, according
to ,eason. The carrots are washed
ch.on ini th: flold and talen to the sta-
tion in ouir bag-.' At the station we
drop them into clean sugar bags. And
who lut ourselves knows what the bags
colniail? Why, if any one saw a con-
signmient of carrots for a jam factory
the firm wou'd soon be in ill repute. It
would not do. I say emphatically jam
-the very best jam--can be and Is
made from carrots and vegetable mar-
rows.- Letter in London Mail.

Velocity of Meteoritems
It is no wonder that stones which fall
'from the regions of space are fired by
the Impact when they strike our atmos-
phere. Astronomers estimate that they
fall with a velocity of at least 60,000
yards per second. This extraordinary
speed is best understood by comparing
It with a ball from a modern cannon,
which never travels with a speed great-
er than 000 yards per second.

Still.In the Nobility.
Neighbor-How did your daughter's
marrifae with that count turn out?
Mrs. Brickrow-Her last letter states
that he ha spent all her money, and
she is taking In washing; but, then, I
presume, she washes only for the no-

"Has he changed his style of living
much since lie inherited this vast
"No; simply changed from second-
hand clothes to secondhand dishes and

Real Progress.
"How Is father getting on with bhi
riding lessons?"
"Very well. We children are allowed
to ."-''"-h h'r., n-w." -.T.les From- F1I1
gap Ce Bh.ttcr.

Iri:l.,,ty hbath depressed many a gen-
uns to a hermit, but never raised one
to fanme.-Shenstone.


Very rLively.
A. London paper relate e*-V ~,
of sight~seers scurp~lrg across
r*oni tiieKAnd caused a part
J11 the traffic. The ji.ggin.g of Ta
larly pIomp)ouS "old gentleu "4
the, ;re of it belt] up tb7 -,"o it.e~
hurry up there, e'an't yr~ lid bbutad'
"An" I not hurrying. cabiunul Wa

'Urrylu'?" snorte4 iabby, Wltb w.

LaPoit JELPa 0lfo' atichak in' ~e*?Mrs.

3,,lgOut of I4Iuugoei

AI -story In Ij:Uk'jtiou of the j.rovaiUD

T* Lnow "b01W .-O-
hi..LLd enough .0! water otbrIn

M i-P ie (Whaes wife won't let hn
(jxr.o to liresktast unless hi.s sbouu..pr.
POUi;hed)"l wonder If 4lcauuiy retilly.
wants mnisto lie styljolf oi ihivf 4 oply,
to work up 6u~ftp'Mtc-to tdikntr bias .

"I l~o:el:r ev.iqw here fQr atidf
mirhur fair i'j (36~ruit.". iW hor
iirdciit devotee, "liur I didn't s
"Yoln forget," she nnsw6reJ -"et~kjb1
"Wtbt I aM, Charity."-Judge.".

Never let a- an nImagine that lie c1111
,pursue a good end by evi l eanL.1,h
evil 'effect on himself As certain. -




very i


Physicians tell us thaf ill
the blood in a healthyI
human body passes through
the heart once in every two
Ininutes. If this action be-
comes irregular the whole
body suffers. Poor health
follows poor food ; Scott's
Emulsion.makes the blood-
pure. One reason why

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is such a great ai s ecse.
it passes so lickly- il>'
the blood. It par ti -..
gested before i% enes-tete
stomach; a. dotib? advan-
tage in thes.- Less wqrl
for the- stomai',; ,qukQ'`
* and more direct -berfits...
To get the greatest anrount
of good with. the feast pos-'
sible effort is the desire of
everyone in poor health.
Scott's Emfiulsion: ddoe just
that. A change for the
better takes place even be-"'
fore you expect it
S Wewilled dyousi

wI e .s6tei this
S picture into faimpf
[ a i labeliso.nthew i4f
p r of every botieof
Emulsion you buy.
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M .R I M E..

fa timtot-schr. Cleoipatra arrived
frtUa j~co Pui lm j!ntay forenoon.
~'The Mar. Ta' 3iob arrived ffiona Car-
rublella auda A palachicoi.a at nol~lh on
trri~ay AL. 2:30 py. ni., Testorday
she bad noct appeared from the wiegt.


Capacity 13 Inn i-Is Prepmared to deliver,
-Lumlier at immy nojiijt ou St. Avidrewt,
Ra~v ast Two Diollars pr~r 1lhousrnd fett.
1'atrovage Solicitedt. Address
L. 0. DAVIS. Allanton, Fi'a

W. F. WOODORDa Psonrarroz.
FfJttad in splemd~d coutiditou to fitke em.
CIIriiofle or tasset,uetlI to aijv pint 0!
The BaY Or Gulf. ;.,od cabiu prmecteior10
III tho eovev of laid wtaaber Terms rteas.
enable. Also,

Capael ty I O,o.o feet of TLu miI-or %%jil FPT r
lietweeim Farwdale utid Allahinou. mj".:
Hay~ and will de.li'ir freight of escry dt
ucription. Itucludiuig live Moc'k to aim
'point on St. Anadrews Diva. Fm. p,:trticu.
Isr. asddrema W. F. WOODFORD. Fanrt',
dale. Fla..


-A printer, tha', kr.~o something
ablinut jolb wvrk mipbt lind cnill-leya.cn
or a while al tb. lBuoy offle ).
-An elegant line of new spring milli.
nery just being recoivud at Mrs, 0. H
Kester's tnillinery store. C ll and in-
-if it is a bilious attack take Chain-
ber'ain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
and i. quick cure is certain. Foi sale
by all medicito dealers.
--Blatk Warranty Deeds, short lorm
printed on good linen paper, 25c pert'
dozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re.
ceipts in a block, 10c each, at the Buoy
-Latest aud newest sp ring styles o
ladies' and misses' bats and a genera
variety of millinery good jugt received
at Mrs 0. H. K'-ster'j. You will find
the prices rieht.
--You never have and may never again
have ao opportunity to get so tine a
fountain pen for t.o little money as you
can now by -complying with the condi



CArrAt1, I.. M. W'L A.
Makes regular trive. lietw'ene St. An-
drewe Bay and Penatcola. Giod passed.
lge accurumodatioue atid ,pevial ntten-.
iou paid to liaidlinig atddcarrying freight
it reasonable rates. For parliulars ad.
drool, L M W'Aft, Mauagtir,
98t. Andrew, Fla.

qulppe4 With Two Gasolin Engints,
1I.W.tGwALTaiY, M- AsTlR
,. rLwa lity every Monda
Penaacola every Thursday
r petnittiig). Spiaeial alie"
I lie gire, It, receiving an
ling freight for virliies lirltug on
and nrt I 1"Y, *r1ieilgert (o
aonts on either armt, of the fIlty cal
vp'etid upon ect.urintig poiompt trains
4mrtlaton at rea'iointaI,l., rates. l'as
snger s ctilln daitioe g(uod. Expres
thdt Railroad Freight rpe'ci,altin.t For
tnrth r intf,.ri.,iation :, .1 to ,
OrwA-v \ Ami. Geu. lMlanager.

NAPil'firA I.ALU.'CH,
t:!A rifei the lN.filk BaY itti I,f-t1,%ee, St
Andv,, .p tay, Wetapp,. ii,.d ifi rnilid
-tep lItits, l.etiv'ip 41., A .iv l %a daili
(lx~ep( Riiltdavy) 0t6;lf o. i.; arrive na
W'etalppo at 12.30 p. il.; tarve \rel.app
It 1' 0p. mi.: arrinr s al ri. A ii' L BS a
".7:3 B. tit. Make latiliig, re'ttl.ai ly a
Harri soft 'roana-It i,. :1 it'arkt-r.. itila
hurg, ansl Farmndale. Freiiight 1., le.i a
ot r potloffice wharf. For 'sii-ng.ei :ait
freight rates. see rate caid in flIu tiev
Cysl peatofficeum.
V. A. WliTfl idtI .. MainIli-fr'

it A Week's venitlair.
rhe following table civf~ thl_ liix
iti lBni unli aniid liualni t,>i,..ri
-.- ltures. the rainfall and dir.tm.ii,, of ii
wind, for the twuety-fLur Lihr, einii;i
at 7 o'clock p rM., ab ilAic tCd by U. t
government self-registering tthe mrinoi
tears. Max:Min. Jen.lU'n. Wt'-
Peb....98 58 34 4) .00)
Ma'rt... 1 56 30 43 00
1 2 65 57 61 .24
3 66 58 63 .96 V
4 69W 49 59 .06 nV
'5 67 39 50 .00
6 68 41 58 .00
Forweek.. 6( 16 47 1 55 11.22 I

Commencing with next Suneay, ser
vices will be conducted in the Baptist
church by Rev C. L. Joyner, on t%(
Sunday in each month, in plac eof one
as heretofore. This will be a highly ap
t.reolated improvement by the Baptists
and other church-going people.
On account of a new arrangement in
his work. Rev. 0. C. Dulphy will not
1ill his appointment in the Presbyteri-
an church on Sunday next, the second
Sunday of the month; but will be here
on the third Sunday, tho lt8h ins., at
which timWmAs-wiU.ptreach, and to which
ri r oarmdially invited.
A Union Sundua Snhool will be con-
ducted every Sunday mornInhd at 10
lelock It the M. E, church.
.vPyer meeting every Thursdar eve.
't'"fHA ---AA ila l M. E. church.
EirbOaDt i uordiWalv invited to all o
hese strviueh.
Value eto a Word.
As soon as the apartment house was
ready $or oceapancy the Janitor placed
a "Ranted" siga In several of the see-
ond and third story windows. When
the agent sew the placards be said a
good many th1hgs not exactly couipll-
mneatary to the discretion of the Jani-
trto I
"What did yon ekst all those no-
tices up for?' be asked.
*Bcen.e," was the relyr. "the apnrt-.
mBata lare relly rented: I thought it
f Wod peam to let folks know they were
"Thit t kalt right 1i pvlncfpte," said
the agent, somewbat mollified, "but
yu didn't goBot It in the ;right way.
That Ii Oqt the proper kfind of a ntlce.
Never ue the t wori rented' III n high
elae apartment Always say leasedd."
It makes a better laprealon. *Rented'
sounds cheap... Amy aRent who want"
hbl apartments to bring a. big price
Will toel you that '-New York Press.

Yb i n y*ve Brw.
'1Pathe." as the small boy, "what
blank venteT
"Bl'nt wr'.e, my tWa".- atwered the
fnon rf nf IteIt-ry pretenslons, "is
s m*n'l.n3 .ant gciernL;:y OtUnd1s as If
f' I,.. (.,en wtittrn hy a mnan whose
3r't' N 's< a bti". r- 't*rnte: >. *a .n



tioBs of the coupon to be found Pela.
where on this page.
.Wizard iuk Tabtlets. Pribe, pea
box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets*in a
box. OnJ2iarkoL teu o nu ces spu-
did iuk. Economical permanent; abso-
lutely indellible, convenient, non-coiro-
sive. At the Buoy office
.-Wa ited: District Managers to post
Aigns. advertibe and distribute samples.
Salary $18.00 weekly, (300 per day for
expenses. State ago aud prectal cm
ployment. IDEAL SHEAR Co.,39 Ran-
dolph st.. Chicago, 11.1.
-L. N. Ware, who sold tho schooner
Win. Crcwfor'd to, John Surber, repur-
ceased the vebsel and sold it again to
Theodore Peters and went with him
Monday afternoon to thie custom house
at Pensacola: to turn the boat over to
.Mr. Peters.
-H-audsomc lettvr heads with St.
Andrews Bav date lino and views ol
either St.Andrewa Bluff, orBueuaVista
I'oiot, at 8c, per dozen; also map of thL
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at thi
BIUOY offl e
,--Evervbody is, or should be inter-
ested in knowing what use is made o:
the money they contribute toward de-
y fraying the expenses of the local gov.
Y erumvnt. Read the serial story now up-
pea-riug in the Bupy entitled "Report
of the Board of County Coummission
r ert," and you will had oat.
-All those persons who are anxious
to serye their constituents in an official
s capacity, and want to call attention tc
their wishes, should know that the sur
eat way to catch the ear of the voters i'
by au announcement of their claims
through the cohimns of the Buoy. anu
now is their time to be heard. For al
such, tho Buoy will carry an announce
ment of a feaeonable length until th,
time of the priiarfeb for the inignifi
o fnt sum of fi* dollars, cash in advanup
in all cases.'
-Part of the material is on thb
ground and J. D..CuffTuati has coin
neuced work upou an enlargement o
t the Buoo oflicc, which is to be mad,
wider and another story added. Thi
will make the office much more room;
and convenient, and this with a lage or
- der for job 'type, already on the road
will lit the Buoy better than ever fo:
i- pleasing its patrons. Other improve
a- ments will .be made as they seem to bi
I needed and friends are invited to comn
, and make themselves at home.

i- )oUetoir aime Paralyzed.
d The remarkable recovery of Kennetl
w Mclver of Vanceboro, Me., is the sub
e ject of much interest to the medical
'8 fraternity aud a wide circle of friends
w He says of his case, "Owing to a sever
n inflammation ofithe throat and congea
e tiou of the lungs, three doctors gave mi
up to die, 'when, as a last resort T wa
induced to try Dr. King's New Discov
ery and I am happy to say, it saved mv
- life." Cures the worst coughsand colds
t bronchitis tonsilitis, weak lungs
hoarseness and la grippe. Guarantee
. at A. H. Brake's. 50c and $1; Trial bot-
9 tie free.

Silent Wisdom.
t Keep still. When trouble is brewing,
keep still. Even when slander is get-
ting on his legs, keep still. When your
B feelings are hurt, keep still-till you
L recover from your excitement at any
I rate. Things look differently through
an unagitated eye.
Dr. Burton relates how once in a
0 commotion he wrote a letter and sent
It and wished he had not. "In my later
years," he said, "I had another comrn-
motion and wrote a long letter; but
life had rubbed a little sense into me.
and I kept that letter in my pocket
against the day when I could look It
over without agitation and without
tears. I was glad I did. Less and less
it seemed necessary to send It. I was
not sure it would do any hurt, but in
my doubtfulness I leaned to reticence,
and eventually it was destroyed."
Time works wonders. Walt till you
can speak calmly, and then you will
not need to speak, maybe.
An Antiphony of Love.
A poet has said that "as for Brown-
ing's lore for his wife nothing more
tender and-chivalrous has ever been
told of ideal lovers in an ideal romance.
It Is so beautiful a story that one often
perfers it to the sweetest or loftiest
poem that came from the lips of ei-
ther." True, yet the lives of the two
:is poets make the story what it is.
*heir lives, indeed, were poems, as Mll-
ton said poets' lives should be, and their
poetryy was their life, as Mrs. Brown-
:ng said should also be true of poets.
i'be world could spare neither the lives
tor the poems, and especially would it
e poor without those poems.in which
*ach. sang of the other. Take these to-
,thetr, was th re ever, in all the treas-
vry of ih. world's literature, so an-
.telical an vntlihony of love anthemed
y the t-,vo radiant and immortal lovers
aemselves?--Richard Watson Gilder
,t Century.

A pleasant olet r to the .1,1o1y Il"i COM T
'atglesin \V. I L.anutr exp.la'zs DNTA
lhat thie lelegali..,ai u theo Riveih ai .
ilirholi cmiianttee which wu to visit
imt Sisapct Stitthern watel ways, DISINFECTION IMPORTANT.
allnout iliclulle bt. Andrews Bay ill Results Obtained in-. Large Ioatltuatlm.
it illitiary. lii answer to a r.queft 'rhe portanoe of disinfection is shown
iruni Mr. Latuar for them to do eu, by the result .obtained at the Brooklyn
o letter r ome for Cons~ waves, the finest instit-
ieJeceived the lollwing lester 13 tion of the ki e York. A letter
lHon., \V. C. Aiaimioni, nieiniher of from the Pres lenr -uoted: '
e Co ittee te e and For- "We have Platt's Chlorides in the
e Conuittee lutertatea r- Brooklyn Ho o smptives formore
eign Commerce, who accomiuauied than ten year, and find it not only a com-
the fort but a necessity.- Through its use we
t t'li~e oll defy 'the germs' to make any iuroads on
House of lejiesi.nlatives, U. S. A. the nursesand employeeswho are in con&
e oate, . A. stant attendance upon the sick. one hun-
Ma,. 2, 1906. dred of whom are now in the institution.
Ilui. Wie. B. Lauiai, One nurse has been there well on to ten
litoIe uo li.lniernlattiveq, City. years, second alnfot as long, and not one
13 Dear Si,: I have you" favor oi person ever employed in the Home has de-
Da i: 1 have ypur favo oped lung trouble."-bMr. 8. V. White.
yesterday extending an iigvitatin to President, KRngatitAve., Brooklyn, N.Y.
the Congieb tiltal gotgin Sotuth to Vib- platt'sOhlorides i anodorless, colorless
it St. Andliew and iusl'ect thq. Bay. liquiddisinfectant whichinstantlyremoves
The patty r.|,reciacm 3our l-ivita- anyfoulodorsand destroys disease-breed-
t(I1I "rly rcihad avld'bo glad to ing, matter. A art ttle will last san
tioun .ry tlucl sid wuild'bo glad to average family a month and it can be
accept it, but it is impnissible, uit the obtainedat all dr gista.
reason. tliat the iLiiierary has already.
beau so naulch extended thi. it cannot WANTEDQ4Ien in each state to
be larllher increased, i fact they travel, post dveriise and leave

twij Lara to t_ sbjavht .,iintl ill vou'
district, tow, ir. oider to hurry oi to, n
other engageimenta. .
VI'ir F.iemiil, W. C. ArAMsoM C
'1 lie Buay would be glad to inubliih-
-.r, Lamai's letter in its entirety,
butlack of butha into and i.pace mako
it inIpIsihibIo to do so at the present
time. Hl', however, repeats lii pioul.
ise to keep a watchifll eye over thel
pr.-ssing needs of St. Andiews Bay
and to ldo all in hiii i power to get
good appropiiati'it for thle deelpening
of the PasH eingrafted into the ioext
River sail Hlarbor bill ar.d lie feel-.
vualfident lie can do to. He states
truly that, lhit experience in Congreis
makes him fatliiliar with the necessa-

ry course to accontplish this-ia
knowledge .which a tew inenmber
would have to acquire before lie could
r possibly accomplish results. He says
it is doubtful ii lie can visit us during
his canvass before the coming prima-
ry, but he will appreciate a favorable
expression from the voters in that
contest if there should be opposing

Over-Work Weakens
Your Kidneys.
SUnhiealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
1 All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your
blood purifiers. ihey fil-
X ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
of order, they fail to do
i '5 their work.
f \ Pains, achceandrheu-
SF matism come from ex-
cess of uric acid inthe
e blood, due to neglected
s kidney trouble.
Kidney trouble causes quirlk or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
" they had heart trouble, because the heart is
, over-working in pumping thick, kidney-
r poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
a but now modern science proves that nearly
L all constitutional diseases have their begin-
ning in kidney trouble.
-If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effort of Dr. Kihmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized. It stands the highest for its
w" wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
I and is sold on its merits
S y all druggists in fifty-ll
cent and one-dollar siz- |
es. You may have a
* zamplo bottle by mail Home of Swamp-Root.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
Scout if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Don't make any mistake, but remem-
ber the name,- Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil-
Imer's Swamp.Root, and the address,
Binwhamton, N. .., on every bottle
eriendship of Books.
The- first time I read an excellent
book It is to me ast as if I had gained
a new friend; when I read over a book
I have perused before it resembles the
meeting with an old one.--OHver Gold-
In Greenland the eandlefnh is used
as a lamp. It is about six Inches long
and burns for fifteen minute#.

Champion Liniment for Rheumatism.
Cilq,. Drake, a mail carrier at Chapin-
vilie, Conn., says: "Chambetlain's I'ain
Balm is the champion of all linimetsg.
The past year 1 was troubled a great deal
with.rheuipntism in my shoulder. After
trying several cures the storekeeper here
recommended this remedy aud it com-
pletely cured me." Theregi -no use of any
one suffering from that painful ailment
.when this liniment can be obtained for a
mall sum. (One application gives prompt
relief and its ,routinued use for a short
time will produce a permanent cure. For
sale by all medicine dealers.

iF0 Sale, Cheap.
&pply at the Buoy MOfee..

Sfo ary.>$ per
Month. S- a for L#xpei.'S.rrl
KUHLMAN CO,,Dept. S. Atlas BlocK. I

Worl~'rroahi ,i.r=:-ie'. "Tho E Eur-
4lon" b.it I P-. mi nd n'-t t, 't "The
'hlbte Don .'f .i:.V...ton."' W rl w.,orthl
-aid hliat v !ih lie fir-st Uth-ugt serl.
)tih;y of 1.,,-;r n pte-t h,' loa -el luto
himl3elf to sc'e hbw Le was titt.'d for
tbe wor'k aud seemed to flud there
"that fllr.t geo t g:i't. the vital .oul." a
-tateipmnrt which %honwi thnt. wbaitrver
other Ie'ple lumay think of him. he had
a pa-stmly fair oplul)ui of himseft. lie
freque utly expre.e-ed hiq o,;:ni.n of hils
)wn po:'ltry. nd ou'e said that 'to had
widened thi domain of the port over a
whole fieid der-ined irrpclniniable.
Momes as n Sauni.trtan.
Moses irtiself waas n sanitarian of
no inmei an:'compli.nhmenitL, and many
tf the principles establUshed by him in
sanitary sr-ierice might well be exploit-
ed in modern times. Tbhe type of camp
which he established for the detention
of unfortunate lepers, well mddified to
suit modern principles, would serve for
the check and practical elimination oi
consumption.-Scientitlc American..
A Chicago Alderman Owes His Elec-
tioll tu Clmanibellain's Co'ugh
"I can heartily -nd concioentiously re-
c',,ilaim(nd CAtnlberlaiin's Coughir Remedy
for affeci la s of thie throat and lungs,"
says H,-n. John SheinicLk, 2'20 ;?o. Peoria
bt., Chicago: "Two in-mirs ago during af
political campaign, I aughlt a cold, after
).ing oTIr liheattd, Ah lich in iiited mjiy
troat andt I was finally compucllc.d fn st.,p
a.s 1 cs.,ul'l nit speakk nionl, ItI Im v Cxlrem-
iti a fr;ci'i advised mie to uts, Cliamtii-e-
TO t i' J c.o tl o l '.c-;
11.iat .iflerinooli iid couil ici not in lif-'e i ll
f1ie S wh.-i I I ,oUil the lliiext mi nill 11-
the infl-.imniim iia ihaid ilg'ir -ly eul,siJc'ie I
took sce\Pial doses 1hat d.'y, kept rli t
on talking ihitjuigh ili c:ainmp.igin, ,1 in I I
ih an k ili i i. n ed icinr e Ihf i I l O iiV ?l WI
it, tile Citricil." T'li remedy is for s ale
iyv all medicine dculeis


Ware Mercantile Co.,

Thoroughly Reorganized.
Martin G. Post. Manarger.





Tl'ie 0ilPIONEER STORE Busiless,
Founded in 1878, and built up by the late : M. Ware,
-now Thoroughly Reorganized and under New Management
S .lits the Patronage of old Patrons
of the House, of the Trading Post, and of new ones as
well, aud guarantees uniform fair and courteous treatment
to all.

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

aaVlfor Positively cured; no Stimulant but p*rmnmt.
The Dr. firt MVC,1dioalCo. s an InaUtutiln orgnled codeT tte ,
laws uf the state of Georgia for the treatment and cure of l =
rxrvou sandchrorlc dliLtase. Dr. N. K. KIng. the founder of
thi IlntltntlUon. Ila tb otlef coMsult lpug'Pclast bel n allstitd
\ by autalfef eninSent pbhylclaonmand -urrjcon.
OuttruoeeuaTB the trratunu.ntor chronic alsa.4 IS Une'ppas-
led; wq ume both medical audelectl'.n.'d rqntlej.
Our oflfcesaare eqlppre.d1 wlitI a I thr c;..I[%rlc. faradlc hbattpr-
I|a. X-rAy. violet, ray, a d I'ln ea ray: in act. every electrical
ythis B IS ilon Our rmOur Preurraltefrom
B\ cuntrivauce known Lufho teli'dcal ir-.r, ,I..u. Oursqaluatnrtum il
m odern In every respemi. and we eruptoy none but tbe best
Strained. and emfficeat atem.dante, reunlarly qualified graduate
and lloensed physlscans hemng In charge.
We employ no mtintpjug mnirtua to secure patients and
i patrobae--no 0. 0. D'd or ur=%hikcd f.,r Iftorauurt are sent ,ut
by thl Inatulon. Our terms or t roatuieuti average from .5ou r
tod10.00permonth.' meedvlc.esliucimied land woglve thie bsur- N
,a' nceof a core within a speolflcd ltime.
iY BEST REf IS CHRONIC DISEASES. n.nycu% ,aichr,,.iadd isra-e
lch as lidney and Bladder tlonblts, Rheumailag, .
Iltpture Hydroce.e. Dralin. Los"sc. etc and all Private
UNTI,.ED m Disease. tmors and mAll.nant Ltr.jbl'.a. 'atarrhI of the
Nose, Throt., Head and Lungs. Diseases of Eye aod Ear.
N. K. KIN(. M. D. Chroolneo Dmadns of Women, unch as Displacemenos,
CHu:r CoMsuLT.LIM Pv.,IIAN., Uonatural Discharges. and sitch wrcatnesees of women.
J iA to-day regldlnyonraicnditioni ou are ick Or afilc(ed. OD request va
r Ite send you outr literature, Incloing Eymptom blank for bome Itreal me
DR. KING MEDICAL C. No. 7 .tu 8t Atlanta, r.
*'"'^'*L___^ -M *i.j.. s" "g''1 "^f


Cnrd oft Thniks. j
Tu tlhet liiLld, whi, lj kindly as-
nLed us at ihe d(eathl and buiiail ol
lr ihuibanld ilid lather, wo teller
ir heaillelt thatils.
The following Is given in brief as the
bcory most generally entertained by
scientists, with a few exceptions, con-
ceruing tides: It is assumed that the
noon, acting aloie, would not only
raise a wave on the side of the earth
nearest to it by gravliatlou, bilt would
also draw the earth Itself far enoiughli
>ut of its course to leave Le'jiunl sm.uie
if the water on the farUler siio, which
water would then he raised re a'ihvely to.
lhe earth's surface anl constituteO the
secoinl tidal wave. The stit nl )ip
would i raising effect is only nlbout two fi.th'
thilt of the .Loou. No"r. at n w 111)OU
the silun nl l 'oo "i.u.I t ,'tjerl lu;'.l
g;ie higher 1.cn,. lihau .t i ll tir-t an I
third quarters, v! '.'n 1!'. : lin iml n' it,;
right 6ur.!.es to lhe li-ii of tJ( e i luo')u's
attractl.ii., and ut tfuil ino. n. Ihena the
sin ib on1 their (; !+,( l'e of thie earth
fl'i;: l il he 1. in,, V it'ildll." I',lee ..;Iau e Ct'-
,'re is ir ,-e al La .it ., v L'im .-O 'ul'
the double i r'; ,a lii. of tie
suu wouuld ag i in 1 .' *.-i:p(;i .i|) l oi
'tn-t'-r..f ;l4ft.Ir'fLtL-0yieYn' ti* tlp-
oos.tl o ides uis hgh as IllOs t a fornfght
A Lively T'isdle
wilh 1hat old enemy of the race cn-
.umpnltion, open enus in alqiendi.iliis,
To avoid all serious trouble with itom-
r'h, liver and bowels, take Dr. King"'
New Life Pills. They perfectly re-u-
lato these organs. without pain or tdis-
comfort.. 25'. at A. H. Brake's.

No Confederate Supreme Court.
"It is a curious fact," said a New Or-
leans man, "that the Confederate coh-
gress never created a supreme court.
The matter was before the Richmond
congress, but no statute was ever
passed authorizing such a tribunal.
"It was in a debate over this tery
topic in the Confederate senate that the
personal encounter between Ben Hill
of Georgia and Williami L. Yancey of
Alabama occurred. The senate was In
executive session. The Georgia sena-
tor was speaking in favor of the crea-
tion of a court of last resort whose
powers should in a way be limited;
Yancey looked on this idea with dis-
favor, and during the course of Hill's
remarks he interrupted with the insult-
ing statement that Hill had given ut-
teratlce to a lie. No sooner had he used
the offensive word than Hill, picking
up an Inkstand, hurled It with great
force at his defamer. The glass struck
Yancey over the eye, inflicting a sevc r-
-wound, but doing him no perpAfftcnt
Injury, although stories werIrong cut-
rent that the blow finally caused hit
death."-Wasliiingtcon PoitL

Flattered Her.
"Yes," said the fair young girl, "ev-
erybody snyg I'm just the' picture of
"'Woll,". replied tlie lill-i youth,
"you're certainly a flattering picture."
tumulatf nlg.
She-Where do you get your Inspira-
tion from? The Author-Prom my cred-
If thou hast a loitering servant send
him of thy errand just before his din.
ner.-Fuller. k

Tlhesdav, 8:30 p m.
Wednesday, 4:00 )p. m.
Wednesday. 2:30 p. n.
lhur;day, J9:00 a. in.
loniday, 6:00 p. m.
T'hur.,dar, 3010 p. m.
P, iday, 11 :3i' a. iln.
k'iday. 11i:(10 a. ni.




Wednesday, 8.00 a. di
Wed nesday,010:00 a. in
Thursday, 6.'00 a. m.
Thursday, 12:00 Knoon;
Monday, 6:00 a. m.

Friday, 2:00 a.
Friday, 4:00 a.
Friday. 11:. I-.

Pentbacola to St Andrewaud Millville. $5.00.
Pen-.colat to Apalaclhicola and Cu'rr.nb,-ll-, $7.50.
St. Andrmw and Miliilvle to Apalachicola, .$5.00.
l-ensamola to M nnbile, $2.50.
The above rates include nmeali and berths. W. C. B





Cooking and Heating Stoves!

Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Efie

Burial Gaskets, Robes, Suit, Etc.

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Dry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Srbceri

Notions, Provisions an ee

Corner WashihWgton Avenue and Bayvi
I pay Cash for Goods andmos

a strictly Cash or Ready Pa

Thb is i in y lPatrons' Jnteres s I t elfa iq my own. Call aiMd
('Ontince Yourself tf (his Trlth.
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I i:A .8.r.(;s IN Cannot ^
1 )I Y OG O S 0THRlVE,

hip Chandlery Hardwire

SPaints and Oils, Nets and Twin
Clothing, Gents' and Ladies' FurnisI


Trunks and Valises.


Stl & W ir 6o.,
Made in Iron.

T--El I ScI wS,

Winq MYill -Gompaqy

m -- TI ,- .

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EXCET ,ai Orders

Any Postoffice Gtadly Sent
on the ta) W A pati

Breech -Loadin We Are

~{Ofl3THE u.

--I II -s
pI u rOnly v $5.50 !,""




For five of these couUons and sixty cents qeat or brought to the Buoy
office we will furnish you a beautiful finished 14-kt. St ol d aold e mil
asl Pen, that costs at retail $1.50. The pen is complete with b 6 Yx id
filler and is fully warranted by the manufacturers- and can be returned to
them if unsatisfactoz y in any particular.

D I "t l 1v-i1Ce,1 PIl.,-
Manufacturers of

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Dealers in General Merchandise,
SDry Goods. Groceries. Provisinne ar' raA




Pensacola St. Andrew & Gult

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utigtU-, ~ lb

)A 1.4 rown ......
Green. ...1
1-1)ue klde;i 15-1
--.4 1m', oa 10 3lb2
t'olicco, pluig 20a6i)
Losidonl IayeL5 .8-1UE

%,;,,jut tat d . li
Prie~l l'ucit

U1. ileg pt ....... 2
21,41ilee .. l ..... 10

Oleoinargeriite. *18

ilocoltitit pkg. ..I
Jely, glitsa loai-'-1.2,
6~ilike JiWee...'...
fuis per d-ov ... *20
P [o v I

Mar. 8. 1906;

N 1 R E W

Tea, i 1 t
14 Hie No....... 55
tG Gunpowder. 40
Utideo. Jap.40-60
Oind milk, ~ dranI
Uusweetn'a. L0
Sweetened .... 10
Balking powder
Royal...... 50'
Campbell. 10
Canned fruit
5 Peaches.... 10a;20
Touiatoes ..... Sal 2
I Apples........ 10
Pears ......... .5
P ltms. ......... 10
Apricot...... 141-20
Strawlerries... 20
I'llneapple ...10-t20
.itiineil Meats
IloA.i Beef,. .. 12t,
Corlmbl Beef. i:-"*
Ohipped lleeflo0-i5
Isobster..... 12Y
Salinon.. 10@15
Onined Vegetables
Baked Beaus.. Il
Corn ..... 10@15
P'eas... ....... 10
l'animpkiii ...... 1 :i


'louir P rK
rar of 'th' 2.35 D. S. p.r lb ...... II
Obelisk ...... 3.25 Bacon Sides... .12
torn Meal pr u70.-t Fresh ....... St 1
Oat Mbeal pr lb... 5 Br'kf'st Bac' 16-22
Cortn per hi .75a 00o Ham cauv's'd 15-211
ottatoes Shoulders..... 11
Irish .... ... 1 40 Beef
arlyv Lt'seseed 1.60 Corned ...... 8
Sweet.... 60('75 Fresh .. .......8 10
4rlt, pt iack.. 1.00 Dried ......... 25
Table ........ 5 Milk pr qt ...... 10
Nails, uer lb4ja5I Ax,with handle. 75
UOnly wire du.6a6i Hoes, each .... 3.5a50
iManilla rope .. .9al200oppcr paint, can 50
es cook,. .$8a25 Linseed oil,gal5i5@60
p 4rp'joinit 18
olt.Y GOODS,
per yd. atts Ch .H ..... 5 a5
_is A i. Fl n elu ....... 15a40
. .... l I Thread per spool. 5
.t 225 MAleu's...$ It' it3O
..750i1.05 Oats pr liu....... 20
.. ... l 5 Brick pr NI .... 13.00

)ranges pr doz. 45 Pecans pr lbi..... 15
A pli, ........ 15 Waliuts ........ 20
Ceiuou. ..........'20 A limo nd s ......... I1
.. 'QUItiS
I iLhiell i 0pr00 1,50 Opened pr qt ... 200
.orse-. $50aI50 Cows ...... $ Sa*t2)
NJtiles.., $50a$l75 o .s. .
uaet1. pr yoke $65 hecp ...........- $2
: ,,akeinse.,i'h -0.I ;,0 Gee se eact .L.l .
:ik ... T al.tUO Ducks....... O25io0
M illclt pr duo '.1.. .- -tllet I r- Ibl 5.50
JruJ it .. .. .,. ". T T i .. . 00 t
PoItuilpa 0 r It : 6 l',i i .llJ ... 10.00
Stlnr ,,, .. ... 1. 10 M ackerel . 8. 00
S1,U M i Elii.
Ih.,,,t, i n .. 4h400 Hea"lIe l, .-.414.400
tF.ee ... 1' 'o F-ace ... .l0
iap "-,- ', ... 10,00 l p l ..p 10.0)
S .. 1 iit ', Cl lp ..$12rd .00,
10.00 Finishing Wui-
1.50 Lath, In,... "2.11o
I.50 IBot Ial iel.u ,

$100 te reward. $100
The readers of this paper will be pleas-
Ul to leari that there is at lea4t one
dreaded disease that science has been
ible to cure in all its stages, and that is
fatrar'. Ilall'a CatarrhCure is the only
tositie cure kifbwn to tle medical tra-
ternity. Catarrh beift'g a constitutional
disease, requires t constitutional treat-
mient. Hali's Catirrh Cure is taken in-
ternally. atirig directly urp6n the blood
and mucoits surfaces of the system, there-
"'l;jyLd str ving the fdiuidation of the dia.
asse, ttid giving the patieftt stret'gth by
ljuiltdig up the constitution and agsisting
dattfre lit doing itg work. The proprie-
toes tave so much faith in its caurttive
powerS that they offer One Huudree D'ol-
arsfor ttty case that it fails to ctiree
Ahidress -
F. J. CHENEY & Co. Toledo; 0.
Take daltl's Firmiti Pills for constipa-'
Incident of the Relgn of Terror.
A dramnatlc incident .of the reign of
terror In France was the ai%'lng of bhe
father'ss life from the guUi"otbi by
ille. de Sombreull. 11. de SOtnittuil
and his daughter were condetnned to
death it the time of the September
massan-fes and were waiting in the
catrt, surrounded by the mob, for their
turn to mount the scaffold. Mile. de
Sombreuil turned to the crowd and
Asked what iarii i veftk olid man like
her father could do to the nation. Some
of the men answered that if she would
drink glass of blood tid the 1iatiod
they w6uld let him go and passed Up a
glasS. hel Grank it down immediately.
he crowd took her and her father
from the tart. They Bseaped and made
their way to uglland. She thought at
Sthe tile she drdak, blood, but after.
ward she .concluded that it was red
wine, for' she saw lid one stoop to fill
the glass.. fo' her death Ahe was never
able, however, to see red ivne in a
( gia s without a shudder.
S ashlft.srible Term.
-m'cll'uff is suffering with trheumia-
m, I hear."
'No, he isn't suffering. lie's got it,
's nule pi~oud aid happy. His
gout. -

Th. e Pain Part.
"Do yoe take pains with your ea.-
-Wasked the doctor.
"No,"-Bradly replied the dyspeptlc.
"'beh.prlns don't com tfill afterward."

...4bhitdelpbia, Ueore

Special report to the Buoy.
Well, our county tax culjeettlo', J.
R. Thoumpson, togeuthr with the as-
ecsaatr -th(heir last round cul-
lcti-ug taxes. I heard mitny expenus
delight that the taxes were 20 mills
instead of 17- mille, It shows a lead-
ina factorr in iroanaritv-the mo rn


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money, the more people object to that
17- iiWill hoiieuse, lor with thii kin.li
>,l thing our couilty debt was paitl
and our school increased lt five
ulolths iudtead oft lutli, ahd our
teachers got $27.50 instead of $22 50.
N1o, let us keep our present adminiu a-
traltiu, with high taxes.
The Rev. E. W. Roberts tilled his
regular atppointtient here last Suni-
day. The service was well attended.
Mrs. t1.n1g, Mrs. Wills amin Mis
Given Young spent Sunday tiltlh
Mrs. Emory 'onupkins.
Our sbhoul lsarted Monday, with
T. B. D i, ( lter as teacher.
Clarence A.. Wae took a parsy of
young people ,low, to Gtf, Sutiday,
to liear tile p1uaching. intuit tlhih
party were tilf Misae. Annie aand
Louiso Roberts andti Malter Willie
Tomupkins. They al! report having
a fine nlatnclli rille.
CIhaM. E. ackin wans a pleasant
baler at Mr'. Blatinpied's last Sunday.
He caine ui. in his fiie new laullnch.
M's. Calvin T'rnipki is is ou the
sick light.
Sijps of Artists.
It Is a part of the seeming ill luck
belonging to circumstance that an
artist may spend time and genius on
a picce of work and then fall con-
I;pIcuou.s y in some detail.
Th',re i.4 it story that one royal
<:tdlemici;an gave a hand five fingers
uti a thumii;) and that another painted
live l'obstier bright red.
!The clever Go(odall ht l been engaged
a painting a tu.bi-,r of laborers drag-
:. ;la 'luge fSt'nt across ithe dessert.
0I a man1, of Mciec., entering the
S..lau sI.iL j ii:1 ;:
"1 say. (o).' ail, if you want thl':(
t'.!h -tD to piul t1-at ;tonm you must
aulle hileir number. It would take
' i ltv'!e as :aliny."
S.,t it is nuot im'.odern painters alone
") a,) ni on l)ints of accuracy.
;( Al:irt lD-"phm, a scellne repre-
t.iug I'et '- ,, '.,n ::! "ir't, painted
>i)o of the Romau soljdiera ill the act
;f airmking.. Turner put a rainbow -
beslie the sun, and in another picture
,c g,) woert'ully taugloe iu the ship'!e

A I."- "o-.- wi-- c.:i esation" and
'Ihould be s;r:p!e, cordial and with a
favor of perInldty, like a chat with
-t fr-.':iu. d .
1: ,'; ou'rcd1, sick of sad do not
v'.*.* -. A f tetor cnrr'-ies' t.Lo')ph(-r'.'t
" v0I1'r V,'i'-.1' :1u,': ,-!hi! over yonr si;nli-
ti.re of w'ivi-.h you i,. g,, Ia Lter beashamn-
... W.te L!in'dly of every one. Letters?
o il:c e -. e ts--h rdcr to pay when over-
ie.o. Lead over your friend's letter just
- -fore .."iii.i:ug your reply and then ,
.-.(r it. Out of the heart letters are
S.e ui's- w-eicoine.
C U t.lit.l, unruled stationery, told-
g c;:-e S o fit the envelope-white,
i-.e::m ,w h'ie, gray or gray blue of good,
iu.;:ty.. MIen if taste use only-,whlte d
papr, I
Avoid eccenle shapes a d colors, g
inunograia. or heraldic devices of un, f
:,e.,-i _1 and anything conspicuously c

False Alarm.
Ite--Clara, I want to ask you a ques-
tion. She-This Is so sudden! He--
k know, but I can't stand it any longer.
The fact is one of the legs of your chair
Is on my foot, atnd I was going to ask
you if you would kindly remove it,
For an Inp1Aired Appetite.
Loss of appetite always results fromtn
faulty digestion. .iAl that is needed is a
few doses ,of Chamnberlail's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. They will invigorate the
stomach strengthen the digestion and
give you an appetite like a wolf, These
Tablets also act as a gematle laxative. For
sale by all medicine dealers,
A air Cnut That Made War.
The cropping of the flowing locks
and beard of Louis VII. of France
brought on three centuries of blood-
shed. The archbishop of Rome had
decreed that the French king, as a pen-
ance, should shave and have his bair
cut short. His appearance so star-
tied and amused his spouse, Queeun
Eleanor, that she laughed aloud and
began contemptuously1o filrt with the
Count of Anijou, afterward Henry II.
of Englaid. The shorn king stood
the disgrace for a time, but at last
sent ,.Vid0lac of his grievance to the
pote and obtained a divorce. Eleanor
then married Henry', and as her dower
th@ rich proviides of Pdotou and Gui-
enieU passed Into his hands. Louis
made hot Attacks on Normandy, and
devastating wars, which continued for
some 300 years, were the consequence
of this cropping of a monarch's head.



it you rn'tSi regular, healthy movement of tfl
bowels eveday, you're ill or will be. Keep your
bowels 6o'i, and -be well. Force, in the shape of
v i6erj tliyiOl 6t pill poison, is dangerous. Thf
Smo60thet, as lst, most perfect way of kespin '
the bool elt4*e and clean is to take

For Tax Assessor.
It is with gratitude I thank the citi-
zens of Washington county for past fa-
fors I have served you, practically,
one year-will have served two years,
January 1, 1907. But ere that time you
will be called upon to elect an officer to
assess your property the next two years
I have tried to do my duty thus far, and
feeling that I could better serve you a
second term than I .have in the pabt,
will ask your consideration for a second
term. I therefore submit my claim for
vour consideration in the Demooratic
Primary, May 15. 190'6.
Yours very truly. J. W. BOWEN.
Tl'he l.worini.
The E.;corial is to Spain what
e;; .; -:t) Francel ho iLu -::;l p:Iee yI
ingS. >Puilt by i'hlp lI.. it w'Is bo
'un' i1 15(l; ant.d finished in 15S4. The
'ing l'ved tihrl'e t'- r foi-rte n cars ami:
dlie(1 there in 1lS, tindiag the pliae-
*o:ngel::a r: hi gi .U oony cirl)'pcrar,'nt.
I'ho Fr'e'it'l stripped the convent' of
nuch of it.4 goldIau ornalluents in 1803
itl did ire;im r.ah!te lu.itigo to tie in-
erior. afterwar-d tr. pain d a, far as
io.ssii)e! by Fet'dindand VILL. h' elms
.vitth wiii tlj e siopes. beow !t.., edifice
ir.e pvi,,.. el uer bir,;';.,t A ifrim .E g-
t..I-^ ; -_ ,7 i) 'c-.'t iil \':o,'O -.t livel aild
;s 'xposz;l -. g.1.,' go furious that they
nrce, it is said, hoisted an ambassador,
co'a:h and all, luto the air, and whirled
the lords of the bedclulmber round and
u-:.dI the courtyard like dead leaves.-
Vcestmuister Gazette.

The Way, You Do ft.
One reads that Da]iwiul nlevt, '' el:n'1e'r-
:tooi nu (,uati un, and thle chances are
lat lsaac Newton could not have pas.,-
1i any exan'nati h in ilbcrary or aes-
i.tic subj-ctLs, wikh his ieJa that
oti try Wis l' t'elniuni. nonlselie ld
,aouary oill stue dolls. Faradaty
"i ia no 3 0 ii't l'o niathematic.. aid it It t
i ioo:ed question if Napoleon Bona
arte coulAl ha.ie p;as:sed a college. eu-
.ra.lnce exanainaitio;i :n Fr:neh. But It
uva thr ability to do s'Ine one thinlr
\-el that.. I;:as turned the word upside
.on at vi'0r.o.1 t;lmen hi its forward
i:i.lci, ot ie:r itlhiiiity to do badly
Lia oil t;he wo:'ld only doe.s moderata-
veil. It iuake little difference what
on t'o-t-i- ,.iL'rcenc I es in the way
ou :o0 io. 'the lhusinal.s world is ovcz-
ioc::ed v.- poor people looking for
S( ,'t utn:, while good positions 'are(
.1tuis t 'in r i ) d -0;p'o:e to till them.

This Streamz RnnX UV 1i111.
One of the few instances of a stream
running up hill can be found in -White
county, G-t. Near the top of a moun-
tain is a spring, evidently a siphon,
and the water rushes from it with suf-
c.e::f- fCr,'e to carry it up the side of
a very ,teep hill for nearly half a mile.
Reaching the crest, the water flows on
to the cast, and eventually finds its
way to the Atlantic ocean. Of course
It is of the same nature as a geyser,
but the specuacie of a stream of water
eluwiig up a steep incline can probably
be foumlnd uk -here else !n the (onntry
and appears eeven :.re emiark able
than the geyr *. of the Yellowstune,

A Piur lsi.
41- !erle's a i.'.:,'- for you. She-
Let's hlve it. lIe- Give a woman a 1
bunch ofr lhot,.g'"iplh to examine, in- '
eluding on e of hli.r ,wn, which one will
she look at 'h- longest, and why? c
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A S 9 ough Medicine for Chiltdien. a
In ga cough medicine for chil-
roen never be afraid to buy Chamilier-
ain'd Cough Remedy' There is no dant-
'er from it and relief is always sure to
follow. It is especially valuable for colds,
rroup and whooping cough. For sale by
ll miediclue dealers

Mr. and Mia. V. \\. Strattau and
Mrs. Mertie Spenucer liuin Hobart
Ind., 35 miles out of1" Chicigo, arriv-
ed on the Tarpun ,m tinh 2i8h nilt.,
aud are guests at tGin.,'. J.i,. b.
visited St. Andrew two years ago
and ia renewing afquaitau'Cea formed
at that. time.
Geo. 'T. Alu il iot Dallas, VTexas,
general .foresm n i o:' the American
l ripoli C',., iI bt.uew, Mlo., manti-
factulers ,l nal urlal Ouunoo t water filter-i-
ers, as bueen ruf|'re'.Iiing h1Is coulpad-
uy in St. Andiew f',r a lw days and
Ias alipiited A.. li., Blake iocal
aeinlt 1or the sale of his filters. He
is a guect at the KeLter House.
Mr. ', Gatd(ner, lor ulanly years pro.
prietor of the Marianuat Times-Cour-
ier, now 'Jf Fountain, in tbis countyV
visited St. Aiindie tiu baisiness, uMon-
(lay and made the Buoy a pleasant

Cail --- :
lo iue by Sav.ages.
'"Spealking of the .tuirc to wiich
some of thea h Pil-
pines subjectt nthi717 en.-7, reminds
me of the intense sufft'iiu.1 i endured
for three months from iIiaiunimatloi o01
the kiineys," says W. M. Sherman, of
t.;ushing, Me. i"Nothirfg helped me un-
Gil I tried Eleitrio BlItlUs-1 three bot-
tles of which completely cured me.'
Cures livyr complaint, dyspepsia, blood
disorders and malaria, and restores the
weak and nervous to robust health
Guaranteed by A. 11. Brake. Price
c0 cts.

Fish is dainty food. Practice is need-
ed In serving it. Lightness of touch
and.dexterity of management are nec-
essary to keep the delicate flakes hi-
tact. It requires som!e skill to rip
the skin and lay it back and sever the
head and tail with :.i'lt u and dis-
patch. These three C.1rt. !rs must nev
er leave the platter. 'Thy ll.,':i', t-
thle cat. The ucoAiest (ltoriel of an-
white fiSh is Ihe che:k. It L not gooit
form to cut through a fl .!l, B giun a
the tail and throw a :*de t'l n. Bo
gin at the head to secrv, ...f. i'. to t".-
backbone. When the meat on, that s40
is helped turn the fi,;h'anld li!- i
other side iu the same n -y. If 1hicro i
roe a part should be ,, r". ..l each per-
son. Boiling is the ic,-'.t way to coo;,
and the easiest way f:) serve fish.
Dress the edge of the platt:-r ,v:th hard
egg and sliced lemon, tom.wto aud beets.

Discretion the DJetter Part.
"I'm perfectly coounicedl" said the
ambitious young man, "that I can
write the greatest novel of the per:ol."
"Why don't you go head end do It
"Oh, I wouldn't think of such a
thing. I am hanppy now in my belief
on the subject. Where's th, good of
Giy rilskiigr d!sspjiolntment,?"
A Scienli ifih' \\',iiniler.
The cures that- stand to its cr,'dit
make Bucklen's Arnica Salve a scieu"
ific wonder. It cured E. R. MIlford,
lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry,
Waynesboro, Pa.. of a dietre-.tin-r case
of piles. It heals the worst burns, sores,
boils, ulcers, cuts, woundiu, chilblains
and salt rheum. Only 23c. at A. EI.
Brake's store

c1,angii and bh.;i,!l the hbair.
-i Pr orestr a lisziatt rI ro lh.
-^ 1'ler Fails t. Ba.torT Gray
| ___ _S ^ B air to its 1.ii tb f u l C olor.
I^^SS'"^^ I i.' sr.,tl (1 ,elt DriligislB

Contracting Builder ad Worlor in W0oo9

Factory on Bay Front, near Washington Ave.,

Is Prepared to Build'Houses,. Launches, Boats. Etc.

Factory Equipped with Engine and Modern Machinery

Mouldings, Coffins, Stair-But Iding, Etc.

Estimates Cheerfully Furnished.




carries a Full Xine of


Dry Goods,





Headquarters for the




and Sale of Country

When in Millville, Don't Fail to Come See Me.

Pleasant, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good, 0 8
dood, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe; 10. 25 and
60 cetts per box. Write for free sample, and bool-
let on health. Address 4 33
teritnh Remedy Company, Chlcag6 or New York.

Pale, Thit


Then your blood must be. in
a very- bad condition. You
certainly know what to alkte,
then take it- Ayer's Sarsa-
parilla. If you doubt, then
consult your doctor. We know
what he will say about this
grand old family medicine.
This is the first question your doctor would
ask: "Are your bowels regular?" He knows
that daily action of the bowels is absolutely
essential to recovery. Keep your liver active
and your bowels regular by taking laxative
doses of Ayer'a Pills.
Mlad. by" 3.O. AyerOCc., Lowll. MWas.
y de .AI lurersa o
we have nd seeer-ts WVe publish
the formulas orfal ovr mediaincs.

It isn't al bit -.i.r to lie on tb..
:-l .a lly .i; le of life.
Every tna i lies to learn, but no man
likls to be taught.
T) be ;a ian I.s to b)e the worry of
'-tOn" wo;ilall: to lie it woaln,1 Is to be
the worry of some inmn.
Before doiis : ;; vii'. as a result 6df
enlllusl asni or excitoenient, see if yor)i
.utihus.asii or excitellenlt will not wear

Every nmall fiatfterl liin:-icf that hei
will finally whip his enemjijy aud ti at
!ie will g:ve him la good one Wilheu he
t'L. at hhin.
It ik s haritly begin.; at iimei. As
a nlLtler OZ' f act, liero i: a gjad deal
jf ('uapl;:int beealse charity doe.i not
begin at lhomne.
i.;u a man gets married he is apt
to thlihi everybody should give lii; a
pret'ent, but how lie hates to give wed-
.ring pr..i3ents when hiLs friends get
*uia'ried!--Atchison t 161be.
'The Othir Wity AronhI.
"It seems to me," exclaimed Attnt
Rachel, "yon two are always quarrel-
ing when I come in:"
-"On the c.utri'ry, ina'am!" vocifer-
r'f the nias-.uline end of the domestic
controversy. "You always happen ini
when we're quarreling!"- Chicago Trib-
The animals to whom nature has
given the faculty we call cunning
know always when to use it, and use
It wisely, but when man descends to
cunning he blunders and betrays.

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In Effect April 14, 1901

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The Kxuklux Klan Ritual. A Versatile Pgriuh Clerk.'
That only two copies of the Kuklux The anelent f :ar:sh clerk in Eugilau
Klan ritual are known to exist is the bad many functions. Left'r,' vi~-e a:it
statement of Thomas Dixon in the so common In those days as ijadihyV.ft
Metropolitan. One of them, he says, ithe clerk was the leiandrui man of- tb-
is in the library of Columbia college; .omimunity.. One ou h1!; fuuctiloa Wts'
the other Is among the oreblves of 'I'fi:n-i Tennessee. It was the composition of rum of hli:s icompl.Lhmnieilan, as mrny
General Gcorge W. Gordon of Mem- be seen fr: ni thecadvertisemeutof John'
phis, and it began thIus: Irclkius, clerk of SalisLury in th~
"This is an institution of chivalry, eighteentr century:
humanity, mercy and patriotism, em- -. i
bodying in its genius and its principles h rs opk :ai;phs of aU l orts anr
all that Is chivalric in conduct, noble prices. Sh:p-es, fttiat and plays the baf-
In sentiment, generous in manhood and soon, 'tecth patriotic in purpose." Joi.rt" l'e .aiL', '." 'fy .Suntdaty iorn-,
izn g at S .% : ehoo (or paneoly: eer".
Sr Tiurs,4y <'.verni,-t. when ,y stop, born
Four Splders to tlie Pound. b!h::. VJ, fI play on aih" f di. s1oimc'
The lizard spll-r (_'Me;us mygale) Is er'.p rc.a wi:' .
the largest species of venomous spider Ily1 wife ten year. eo ,rut h fo'm'y.
known. IHe Is of a bright yellow color 13ut :''.' she 1.4 <&d n oMlo qules. .
with three red stripes on his back and Gre at vry t' o I-n Y6uW
a crescent of pure black on the abdo- I : *
men. Full grown specilmens of the Woriis torth.
lizard spider (so called because their Woirdsworth consldeted "Thbe StaW
chief food Is small lizards, frogs, etc.) saon" hll best wand next to 'It '"Tbd
measure four inches across the back White Doe of Rylstone." Wow.'if-E
and have legs ten inches long. Four said that when' he first fhnbit',gt sArt-
full grown males collected by a Brit- ously of being a poet he6 br-ei'll' Intod
Ish exploring expedition weigheol one hiimserf to see h'blwh l'.v : wasfitte.- i fIo
pound four ounces. This giant of. the ther work and s-~,.med t' fi I tr..
spider family is a native of Ceylon. .t.f firs-t great gift, tihe vItml 811t." .
st ement which' hbbT $fluf." Vhatever
iffteult, Indeed. st0e nt which "o's f.. hntoycr
^r rVeople, may &tk Of 13,za of h^. hIi.
Old Friend-Is your part very diffi. oav- bople may -oplt.fi .. bil.lf.. Ia
cult to play? Barnstormer Well, a pstly fa oexprtied f pinion t o
rather! I'm living on one meal a day frequently expressed iOs'aid t he ha
and playing the role of a man with wenetly and oniof tha't hov iIt
the gout!-Detroit Free Press. whole field the dom of thfi ablt
whole field deeMed Jrroebiotabl.e


Notice of Executors.
(Of Final S"thlenient,),
in Court of County Judge, State of FlIr-
ida. Il re Estate of R. F. Li.l.& klm.
Nuti,:o is herelby aiv e'n, to lil, whom it
may concern, that on the 1st day of Sep.
member, A. D. 1906, we shall apply to the
Honorable J. R. Wells, Judge of said
Court, as Judge of Probate, for our ii::al
discharge as executrix and executor of
the es.tt.t.' of R. F. Brackin, deceased.
and at the same time we will present to
said court our final accounts as executrix
and executor of said estate and ask for
their approval.
Dated Feb. 6 h, A. p., 1906.
A Dead Beast of Vast M1agnitude,
Olaus Magnus, bi.ihop of Ups-aln,
tells how a certain unble Englishman
saw on Aug. 27, .53'2, "a dead beast
of vast magnitude" which had been
cast up on the shore at Teignmouth.
It was ninety feet long and twenty-
five feet in thickness, and evidently a
whale from the mention of its blow-
holes, and the fact that instead of
teeth "there grew to his palate above
1,000 plates of horn, hairy on one side."
The noble Englishman noted that it
had "three bellies like vast caves and
thirty throats,, whereof five were very
great." On Aug. 28, 1736, an English-
man with business instincts saw two
flights of birds collide with such force
near Preston that 180 of them fell to
earth. He picked them up and sold
them in Preston market forthwith.

Royal Women Gamblers.
Marie Antoinette was a slave to
cards. On one occasion she played for
- thirty-six hours at a sitting, 'with but
an intermission of a couple of hours.
"The play at the queen's table at
Fontainebleu," wrote the Emperor Jo.
seph II., "was like that in a common
gambling house-people of all ktnd#f
were there and mingled without de-.
corum. Great scandall was caused by
the fact that several of the ladles
Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII.'s ill fated
queen, was never quite so happy as
when playing for high stakes. The
records of privy purse expenses ard
full of her winnings from her royal
spouse, for she was a lucky player.--
Chicago Journal.
An Ivory Mat.
Many people have never even heard
of such a thing, and It is not to be
wondered at, for these mats are ex-
ceedingly rare, and it is said by those
who know that only three of these
beautiful curiosities exist in the whole
world. The one we now write about Is
the largest one made. It measures 8
by 4 feet and, though made in a small
hill state in the north of India, has an
almost Greek design for its border. It
was only used on state occasions, when
the rajah sat.*on it to sign Important,
documents. The original cost of the mat
is fabulous, for 0,400 pounds of ivory
were used in its manufacture. The fin-
est strips of ivory must have been tak-
en off the tusks, as the mat is as flex-
ible as a woven stuff and beautifully
fine:-London Graphic.
"She's the most unconscious g1rl I
ever saw."
"Well, why shouldn't she be? She's
pretty and knows it; she's clever and
knows it, and she's good and knows It.
What has she to be, onscious of?"-

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G 1rowth"o'f he< Hfafr. I
'b .y i, ,' i. u t :' .-,: "l I t I ]
uLt, ,n: aiii'e ;ti-. la .'i., tbl thieads
of fip or, rAitier. p.t.iliue, as tLwy are
caflld, -which grow in their proper
places ,undei the amnie conditions as
Sthe aitls on'the finger ends, The hair
"alaplltai do 'net lie on the surface of
the skin, but ate sunk more or less
deely Into. It, more deeply as the hair
it longer, so that long hbutlr adhere In
g. Aeep sac. The number of these hair
panIUno of coI"Se vnrierl considerably
Wtblh diffy'.eDt people, but for, each Indl-
vidual is constant and unchangeable
bnd cannot be ;umeaease.d :ny more thad
t.W:.n the nuj'Ler of one's fnger nalla.
T:c. r.u rber lia:rs depends on the pa-
S.' Lb.'c; ^.1seth'WTt'ly if there are nO pa-
.dw- trlre can Le ho hairlf. Moreover,
- 4 it ruiL';!'r of these papillae Is con-
'l .:'. ,.. t'it the Idea of increasing
-*' .e: :mbr Ly clipping the hair must
l 'nidn'cdcl. The growth of the
S1air.- depends r. th.?a on the well being
if "I the poptilae. bpit they are con-
y.t'tuent Jiurts of skin and share Its
S, ft alike in both good and evil days.

'rt. ir Leltfer Carriesr.
-t. -t Is u-it ciLur tbit the letter carriers
wer. e regularly eL.ployed before 1753,
then tradition teils us that Benjamin
= 1 Fran;llD the new postmaster generate
Nitdeil, them in, Philadelphia and
6lfy. -in New York. The earliest ev-
iovw& Qti f 17-62, wlow-tthe
-tiladelphia postmaster advertised
3i* Z athis ."bay" had run away and that
ttrcons must call for their letters at
bhe poito ice. The Postal Journal of.
I'.ugh Finlay. a storehouse of sound in-
formilonu, tel]l t's that Bostoil had no
,. t:oer carrier In 1773. Of New York he
gays thl.it "sOon after the arrival of a
iiil tie letrTe:' nre quickly delivered
(Ir .\ r-tPrw." vhb'ch means messenger
S rr ] "t,+r ."'. '"
.12-are ,pa ald the CousackU.
'Tle ,-'J- -:'tk means robber, and
-the .ua.ne Cos3acks was given by the
S.Tv: .* to a race' in manners, appear-
San-, a:' anguage like the Russians,
buc .ha are said not to be really akin
to t:.e... Tie Co>saaka of Little RuIs-
t la nJ the Dan Cossucks are said to
he ft.- T .;. .u .crtiji'l.n robbers in
the wa'ld. They excel in horsewouship
an1 f ',r: a large part of the Russianu
-hup ral c-vlry. Styled sometim.s-
Sth-'''- a:' f e czr.r, they, keep the
,' : -"-:.*r chick than any
Lumber many more
-a .. :zppa, a Don
S, .' c of Byron's poem,
S.-'-. -w be bound upon a
L. away to his fate,
i t11p. .kralne. on
S and, bvihig rea-
b be.,mne their chief.

Ir ". I ., '--EIri.lget. will. you
- p l .b z' up -y skirt and Jacket?
,i Th. \iI I--A1 1, mum. SWh' I git two
'ticLdet ou 'mu, or only wan f'r th' two
o f 'em?- Cleveland Leader.


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n ,in,',rr, as probably patenitable. C'om int .
tlonrim rlrtly IcoprIdentLa. HandboOkon Pa '*
rlient frot. Olaest aRency for ecurinig patent,
Patonis Itetn through blunn & Co. reoc
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Scientific Jlmerlcan.
,anlr.,mel Illl'itrated weekly. LarBest ohp
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inar ,'intemlnlating p),rclhasilig pro),-
i** iar .inwi It covers abont four
'.,e" 'in.,1 eoiAd rt line. exteaiii )g. east-
.v ,al" 'fr.-m Dyer's Poik,' to andl em-
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-, 4,. t tea BlOY Offije. .

g g -a.11 the lain, rd. dips-'I of by
fs lO .,atti Conil'paiv, IlIo l,,eate'
. -..., Parker, C'rounatoln and
.si'stt ulm intry. The pint of the
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h i' iutI lthe apliroximt a l'ea:ir in o(
m ,v lct i- ataily Jnterminitt. Picee
Sie. f)if Dallar, at th, Bi'ov Offlice
V Either I'nap will be aint by mail t.
a iv a'l ira.. -aT. i' '|)itr ol i f tll price.

Our Clubbing List.
1:he BHUO "haa iiitade very 'ilhr:l "lui.
,*ine atrriaigements wlth a few- ofthe ver%
.,-e tpulldicatio, ini tlhe coni ry and for
lie presoll iail I d fOr a whole year
hse BUOY andt
ietroit Free Pr6s (twice-'--weeic
antI Year Rook) ............ 1 7
S. rlie Flwi T T. it CiTize-, daily for $.; 8:,
do Semi weekly,'forfl 55
Soieu$'lIe Aimenpi..ii' .... 3 .5
F arntraii Fruit Grawer" ,. 2 5
Priotila kgrici'itlarist ... 2 5
d* ealuinlof 5, each ... 2 9:
l nlJMI.rr, Rl, Philiad'a. aontlly I |I
r a tli Enqiirer Ivicii alweek
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., I

Tom's Wife


Copyright, 1006. by E. C. ParcllsU

Down In the street a sudden bursting
of bombs announced an "extra," and
the sick man lying on the bed in the
little -hotel room stirred wearily and
opened his eyes. A touch of "chuchu"
had taken strength and vitality, and
an intense depression weighed like a
stone on body and soul. There could be
no news In this South American repub-
lie that interested him. The president
had probably made Wa' speech; the
weekly steamship frftn England had
hrrived.i At the thought a sob surged
up Into his throat. England, his coun-
try, how far away and how dear!
Resting there, motionless, passive,
picture after picture began to flit
through his brain-the trim little coun-
try houses, covered with vines and
with trees where the rooks cawed eter-
nally; the narrow, honeysuckle Iidged
lanes. And Tom-dear old Tom. The
SmaWn'a s ae _ftened. Apil Alice. He
moved restlessly and strove to think ofr
other things, of his life in the ten
years since he had watched the white
cliffs of the Needles fading into the dis-
tance. Sheep raising, farming, mining,
he had tried his hand'at them all.
And now, ill and forlorn, he lay alone
In this room in Buenos Ayres. It was
time for his medicine. The doctor had
bidden him be particular about it, but
Rockhill frowned. What was the use
of getting well? he mused listlessly. No-
body cared; there was nobody to care.
The thoughts of England came throng-
ing back, strong, insistent, refusing to,
be suppressed. -Rockhill, weak physical-
ly and mentally, let himself drift on
the tide. What had become of Tom-
Tom, with his brave blue eyes, his
glorious voice? He could not remem-
ber the time when he and Tom had-
not been sworn companions, robin
the orchards, whipping the pools to-
gether. To Rockbilll, a lonely boy liv-
ing with a stern old uncle, the com-
panionship of the other lad had been
the brilliant web woven against the
dull woof of- home life. And the golden
rh:..ai worked Into the pattern, giving
it the final touch of beauty and pre-
clousnc's--ab, that had been A'ice!
C(!o.i;ug Lia eye3, the man saw again
the sweet, girlish -face surrounded by
its tangle of risl1l brown hair. How
Joyously ti '.- all had lived and frolick-
ed together until the time when Rock-
bill, eager and ambitious, had departed
for college. .
The mian n.u the bed shivered, the
-memoity of that return from college
was yet so poi.gnant. In-one night the
,hope of a'Vlife had been undone. It
was then that he lae d left England.
Awl frau: tblit dty lie had beard no
world o f ti i).r behind. Were they hap-
py, i' .- tv..). That lice and Tuim
a .... .. iei hte never
donl ,.' o_ ".*fiif-
o'ndoer ail) l hii .ibrupt I.all.-' p',ls -
an' e? Ui bro,-Del '.reT It wistru'ly
FIr..d ul:y ca:ed?
Still dl-owning In the grip of old
wmemoic., l:,'khill lIcy, hs the daylight
faded, b ilr dreaming, half awake.
when sUI,'' i,'y the sound of a voice In
the next rur.. i brought him up with a
start. A n-'n was singing softly below
his breithl, hiut still quite distinguish-
ably. Rtockhill, clutching the be'l-
..lothes with sliaking hands, tried to
reason with himself. It was a dream,
an illi', l.n conjured up by fancy and
fever. But thue voice kept steadily on.
There was no iustaillng those clear,
mellow tones. It was Tom's voice.
Tom laimsolf was singing in thle next
Rockhill's dry lips tried to form a
word, "Tom," he breathed, "Tom."
But no sound came. A sudden unrea-
soning despair seized him. Tom was
there, close to himhu, and he could not
call him, could not attract his atteu-
tion. He would go and Rockhill would
be left alone again, this time forever.
1e must make Tom hear, he must.
And then slowly, carefully, his. voice
breaking on the feeble notes, the man
oth the bed began to sing. Weak, bare-
y audible, in phrasing and intonation
the notes were yet a recognizable iml-
t'tion of Tom. sinuglug 14Is favorite
tong as he had sung it so often in
lhase old days.
There was a stir In the next room,

hen ithe sound of the hasty opening
'nd shutting of a door. The next mo-
e.an RIockhill's own door flew open
.ud oil the thirehold stood a man, taUll,
-*ger fared, with clear blue eyes.
'*Tnr!" cri-ed Rockhill. "Torn!" And
,e f: 'n!?1. WhVlin he recovered con-
ciou, S-in,' was kweling by the bedside.
-,[o TIrid Ir'i,;lt': : i-rt wasted hands
"'ail!' cla1p)ed in his own. ,

"C:F",err, o1i fellow," he ,was saying.
a': where have you kept yourself
11 t' -i years?" he pursued, and his
o'-e v.-a: tenderly re:-ri'nalhfil. "flow
14.Id .-on rimn ff that way?"
c -; I' smilael in Fi!r content at
.; '. w'.ell known volce.
S--',. ,evern mind me," he answered.
-I ';s' j ?i} i:- 'i t till I- was taken Ill In
;':r ( 7'-.',,l'ed bhoe., But you, Tom-
oa~," :;s it f uisfls for nlows--"'ow
'i1 T. .: t *m(.oai here a.nd your wife"-
J.i voTIe ,'.:f(-ar:ng of'ft'e word. -
Dnt Tom did not notice.
"Ye., my wife Is with me," he said
l.--. :. "'But how did you know that
Swas I a.r'i-;el? Oh, guessed," as the
,Ii-'r n l,'.''l. "You must know, too,
lien, tb.iat I am now.a celebrity," with
uorik seriousness. "No? You hadn't
,eP"urqi that? Well, at least you were
. ware that I had taken up singing as
:ny profession. Therefore I let myself
be permualied into coming to South
Umerics for a series of concerts. And
a li-ee I am," shrugging an amused
itaiuldfr. "PTut no you must tell me
.bajt yvui-elf'," h6 went on, h)i tone
,I,',: ,'.i'Jg;ig. "Wlhy didyou slip
:7 ~;' .'rti't Was It klindto leave
s all these years without a worti"'
Sh.' s; -k mnan hesitated. 'bWhat ihe
' all '! ,:, slaiid, '-ly seemed to hi small
,.-1 '., ,' iih Pi, t at twe-nily-on hberuic-i
.', ['ion ..!,,i stro I Ig In the;'- appeal,
int I., l..d ir;i,.l to do his best. It
vas *'.11 uve;- ,iw, though. The truth
-, ... do no ll.i:-'i now. He looked up

L --

.she f>uln:J 11) S:)'t;i'!l to) 1:T p l'laeit .
The st.i'yv. w'as at a ia oi,:tsi !l. Lip 1
this p:)ii,!ut it. h1a2 1ri)2"og!.t(:a d !:0io:iihly'
enough. Alc'I' ; '-i: 'rhs of vi4ii'h'- Ji-, e',-i s
:)f ti-' kindia p liT, i (.' y.u-.l A a' '
the bheio !i :'.- l !:o .'i l :::. l e; c-;- evi' l' ) l
express aat Sinii Franc. e.,. Th' e l''; ).....
a victim of diverse anc l cqnel:'.;: ixi s:. -
fying riimisfOrtu eii's. iutit untPA- ini;.gly;
t:aktei 1tl-i s;t'a o<' VWl.X t the result would be was oi0\ious.
'but, i.t- l',; .lic'Tec thirt tth .'ern.
failed > .-pik_ -o I' .:," "L.n Ii...: i -
cr:stOntj'i"y RI:. 'i-i.v. '
"It all lsonius Bso o 't r f place, 'i)'ne-
how, on a iraill." Itnurimir t'ha fair-
a iinbo, wrinkling her i. :.' ti'fo ,i; -adl
perplexedly. "H1e could not n't i:i the
us ,ual Way," sail' c')l-'t ,,C:1 F ui'T;-Sc",((lt-
ly, as v22'ri -Ia,- pICt;AT' o m l f n'. "
:)nc'es o 'nI l' A p il 51' o'ini "} n':-'2(
flitted a'r''ss IOr nmenp:ry. "11 is :
situTation that v,-onl-,i h:ave to v.: k iK
self out." A "suii.en' tia:it::ht jp. "
the 1. 1)it! -' ia n -:. ',. in 1
never cot%,l *'a iithal," "-2.' We', '" .."
n.ii t.-he .f' 'rt 'breeze f: .u:;d h]er bLo
.ch(eeks. "i.i-. it woul-l only eI' illn t
iutel'est of art." in. u.t2 i2't:i- the .. : .to..
"Ari. i, i' i,:st sa rifice . c'' 1
tli;er- wv-orl." Aud John SI:e":, -oa'o
doom was sea:eJ. ,
<* .. *
". -,1. *"1> puifs ;f ,' . z Te::'ir
t .joflt, a f.T:lt vli'rat.tioq, anii t''" Ne'v
Yol k train stva.iw:(.1 awl 'ey-cn-Hi i
S.\.~1 m-tna Aare that h vo'an C :At a- pa I'.v
-:! h; -- fair lady's gamne, J'>'; ., ::'-. )
.'..iu..dT forl'a\ "d in his sentt at ,'r ::.'d'
d1 hjer with wondler;'i. ,dl :: I i.'.
-ILi studd(len .--'.' -tI '--. t t'.n- iA x"X
: l;ilai'.' nlervouslness, the ',, -'. i halfl
,ver:'id face, bare but one interpei'cta-
tion to his eager lover's heart. : w-asW
. iexprressibly 'le:ar to lhi,n1 hii ., '' r.
...*iri.'iou1 mLaidl n; how dear he had
ie\er before quite dared to say, but
They had found seats on the river-
side. The setting sun shot a quivering
crimson shaft across the water anud

lntb Tomfs nan:' I
"Do yon remember the night after
my return from college," he began
slowly-"how we sat in your room and
talked? I had come home fte-liug that
at last I had accomplished i,';nethilu; i
that I was nearing the goal on which
my eyes had been set since I could re-
member seeing anything. And then"-
he paused again-"that night you told
me of your love for Alice," he said
quietly. "And in that moment I re-
nounced my dream. Oh, don't mind,"
he added hastily as the other started.
"It is all ended long ago. I should not
tell were It not," lying manfully. "I
have long since left that love behind.
But, then, I felt that ilhr'r was nitIr.i.--Z
'for me but flight. And u'o"-
"And you --rid L',1 yourself for
me?" cried Tom, deeply moved. "Oh,
Gilbert!" But Alll.rit stretched out a
remonstrant hand.
"Dear old boy," he said tenderly,
"was there ever niiythmgl that I could
not have done for you?' You loved
"Yes," said Tom .m-u-lDi!ly, ."I loved
her. But now-you are sure that you
have quite, quite forgotten"-widuli a
sudden eagerness.
"Sure," returned the other with loyal
lips. "I can meet her without a pang.
And-and anyway I am going to die,"
he added faintly.
"Dih-!" "hboute"l' Tow. "Die! Not
Inicb. We .will see what Mabel has to
say abnt tirttt." .- "
M .i,el':'" .V esil.i.. -',l lloekhill.
"Why, yes, my' wife," laughed Tom.
"01, of course, I fbrgot she wa4 6nly a
child when you went away. She is
Alice's little sister."
"Alice's sister"' gaslp)d Rlockhill.
Tom's face altered suddenly,.
"Wily-you didn't think-did you be-
lieve thet I had married Alice?" he de-
.nanded. "You did?" He stopped. "Al-
ice refused me," he went on a moment
later. "She has never married. I think
she never has cared but for onu man,"
he said with slow significance. "Yet-
if you have forgotten"-
The sick man, stirred by a sudden
energy, sat up in bed.
"Give me my medicine, please," he
said concisely. "I am going to.get well.
Where is Mabel?" -

The Change In Diswraellps Name.
In the year 1872 the printing plant
and effects of the late John Grundy (a
successor in the business of Vine Hall,
author of "The Sinner's Friend" and
father of the late Rev. NewInan Hall)
of Bank street, Maldstone, were sold'
by auction, and after the sale, as an
apprentice to John Gruidy, I was em-
ployed in the clearing up process, dur-
ing which I came across file and other
.copies of Conservative literature print-
ed at that establishment In connection
with the, election by which Disraelt
was returned one of the two members
of parliament for Maidstone. Some of
it had the name spelled Disraeli, but a
roll of from- a dozen to a score of cop-
les of an 'election address bore the
printed signature D'Israell.' I asked
the overseer (Highstead, who was then
elderly and had been continuously ict
employment In that establishment since
boyhood days) for an explanation, and
he said that when Dislraell came to ex-'
amine n proof of his el?"tion address
"'.luTrebodT'y _n -ttlie ov-'rs,+er's bt-
llef being that it cane from Viate HHIll)
that the name would look more Eug-
lish-like if the apostrophe were taken.
out. Disraeli assented, and It came,
out, and in further pruinting work a'
like omission was observed.-John IH.
Burrows In Athenaeum.

A T I. '. '- , :' '.- ,/ -
-,a paT ia"'I' '

.r i. ;-, ': 4;-* \ '' A
i : 1 e '' \1o ams A Y 1a|

forgivenl hr i.. ha; -.'2 iiat .-'is '::i apon
(regAsrdi2'S i L l : i;l I t;i. iT i ;i t CT;,;2. "i(.'a-
terial." he t > iia ", in i ; ; :- .A ', i:- 1 -
tiot0 ; s"' rc v(l'e l 'i : S:l':'A li. ;a::.; i' Cq i-
unt pllota i ran ril in h'ir l .a':1 .
>u:t lod!:y Ta she 1p42 i ,i a i:",': i' r
chiir a I w:<~ik 'ld ,'ili a<;':,',,t'::2., hix-
p4.t 'ile t lia2ov4 im int t,.) i t e a i 'a O v',' ii u:ta .

tr-iAr' etlug' lel'- eye'. She was nothing
t.i hini ii,-w--notlilug to John-and she
.had th .'u-Iht she did not love him.
"Oh, Johni, I do! I do!" she whis-
pered brokenly. ,
He turned, bewildered, to a sweet.
flushed face, raised timidly to his; to
blue eyes, wet with unshed tears, but
full of tender light, that met his brave-
ly, and In that .long glance the veil of
misunders a.ding between them melt-
ed a .. -
In slpr.'--her slim, glove.1
hairid hoi"'t bt In his-she told him all
hir f,'ilisuh, wayward fancy, but when
shell hogged him humbly to forgive her,
hli stoppedt her with quick, loving
Words. "M.1N sweetheart-my precious
swt'-thjeart,') he said softly, his low
v0ai0'0 ba3reij an-lible above the rum-
I-llna of tlip train. "Do you not un-
d d.'rstaiud? ,1 ,.,ve you--that's enough.
It seems to ni? I have always loved
yon. L.ut I did not dare hope for you-
until today-and now"-
The light of the great. city flared
hi the sky as the train glided smooth-
ly into the.Grand t.'eutral station. Un-
daer cover of the con'fuision he bent and-
pr(...-erd hl: lips lightly to her gloved
tiin:,r-A., Ilhep regarded her with radiant,
tlri n umpha eyese.
The old 4 mnutle-an in front carefully
coveredrd ft^iead so like Opi.rtiuity'ts
own ang24ianed on them in parting
teiealledtkio Mnrgaret flashed him an
answering--smile. "You are el,-oq'uent
enough now, at all et-Vts." she said
with suddalP miscbhif.
"I admit that I w- i) pretty bad," he
laughed. t don't you tlinak that for
a Iheroine- ou yotirslif' w.-er- rathe1r"-
"You011 ii'.' wa-'il't Irl -i after all,"*t
sle intert i t-,d irrel.vlhaitly.

Dbne In Advnnee. .
Artlst-- ,Bold a picture yesterday.
Friend-Abi What are yQu going to do
with the 0boney? Artl.-t--It's already
done wltlA .My landlady bought it for
half the ard bill I owed her. .

..,.,.'.T I the 1' ta-o )'.it ,' II .li lilaiii -'. w it
...' ~I t' h n Ii' l .I n:.,h.' m mental
Si -e 1','-,rd-i. Of course ,
,h .i. ii :,- u .,l'. n ii h r -lory, but
. i'-.,.'il uti 'ititii rli-'I S lIthlied in ;
In lirr ..Wo hl i a fiititig back-
l *.... :l f,'_*r 1' h'er,'d il, pa;sioued ap-

.-,,!h !.. :ae:tOw2rIi hor '"Margaret,"
-.j.ii iiiptliy.eiy. "'did you ever hear
v'. hL\ ri' .t, t ity'" i tiil Ii"t.'e-l to have
"S, ,. i '..i' er h .id wlthi t a resentful
I tie .. -... Ii'A 'oe ,'.1,,s I.,o1Lii; bad-
'v. N"o Il'-:.; e,-.*v n th:It fe Oppor-
rui;,:Y, I:,il hplic'e in her picture of
v.', j ain ad idftig g I'.len 1ughts and
i, :n.tte 1a0perl; th.n, remembering
Ih.-r riilie c'f lr f.'r-.,l little phlile.
With a fafitt. grindling protest the
Iraii :topiiednat lo'o.,-i F. ri A girl
\.lt' two ipi] chlih1rvn in tow entered
tLi car; hehilnl her trailed a woman
in q(imbthr viw's wee'ls. Margaret
repj- toel thin' .i:hildrcan as being too
.;ti ki nbit tio S;net, the widow's
:'ib o' wvoe nl sLihrp contrast to the
hIero' in paisi bned derlarationii-
*fl'c u,.-' lOpportunity's head Is
l1,atl.'" 'WOt IIn Jolin's dogged voice,
n, on.- i'"an grulb him from behind-
aft'>r hite 1-1 passed, you know-but in
frolit [lS hail 4 I. loig"--
'I!'" sli ri ied falutly. "Would he
be.i.-r h e witl that hSad?" Ali
MM .eLVUute rebel-
liHn. 'fpre In her Chin re
treatPl lin sweet disdain.
*H:'t.ini.!'51 shouted the conductor,
The.train slowed down gently-stopped
-puffed .-io.vly on again. John, too
deep in his struggle with Opportunity
to beed the signs of gathering storm on
his fair lady'.; face, rusheJl on to his
impending doom.
"----- is long," he repeated, "so the
only way .to get bold of hlr'is to grab
hin when yoi meet him."
Absence of thle sweet arln i., .,,'-' of,
an hour ai;, fu tire fair face Deaide hino
warned bhri 'of the-fatal futility of his
words, but be ',1.:, '( i'. 1 on, red awnd
eit.l' t','I- ... to his unhiippvy e.il. "Ana
so-this io y,--'1being with you-is flay
'' ''"!iitv--' 'r I wwant to graip it-
,.'.-i." the' rtiished hoarsely.
aY" .l,.,'t-! .\il aboard: Next stop
Onie IIIVroI i .:.'i1 T'wenitl-fifth street!"
W ith ..-I.rt.' 'i1.l, uifY. of pro:icst, the
engian,' 'C1.20rAol for 'its quick run into
No'sv '.t Y .
: .,. (! dre:rily out of thlie win-
dow. Ti-.-* g I. I light hla'l t'fiied, like
ter err.,I.t .f':,,'y, and the Palisades
:.r '. .i i..- ay in thle g te il.'
'1 :.. :l.a \v'a t';'Wd of it all-of Jo an,
,,. .,. \,. _Yihing! Ilis words had
,-' ,* t i'.;nt, ,Ir' likee possibilities in
,. I. aiit. b'ui tlit she did not know.
'I..;'in~' l1' made a mfess in say-
li t. li. 'i on1, etmbarrassnnient
;,: .1 pa -si,,n.-to determination strug- -
.'ng t ,e;l cr i his voice, "but I"-
:;I i rr-1-4 to, him in a little gust of
inr-iigntian.: "Yes, you have made a
u.e- "f i'." she whispered hotly.
"Y.)-u uligi have done it differently.
"i Ia.-e Rp<1!i.-.1 it nal-my story-
e''erythaiu. SlAt 'i-t .rr-elt and ruth-
1 :*- "a ristt g s.'. d' j. ti: her voice, but
l'- u'ily bh.:ike:d it I.., l.
S ,,' l a t~~./erate., w i.-I'i.,l hope thatI
," I' l* l. ':]i'url ;-';' Jlit. .1 looked

f,.i ,-lo '-iaill. u .itI la;t : ,. J .iit it til
-I,,.' v.-rtl turu and -.',:q.Ain away p -
d,oiis, in er pretty, iir'ious fasiion.
--a'.1d It1i..- ibe slowly re'i I ze'd luhat her
i.ilei,'e in vrere4.l blin.
li:'.''erd.ily Spuy.vt'u I,'nyvil, King's
D:'iie glttfd swf.rrly .by. Morris
i,-.,,_lt.q \ii| i l-".rid., -- -" l undreda?.l;d
t'.v-'utyli trl tree'." ,iouti-.ld the brake'
LJ: ii ':ggr'e.si\t.ly. An ll man aillCrae
.,',' aty l 1'.A' l ,t I _. i,, .ianed on tire
young'...a i Jlt f'url seate'l himself in
fo'ont of :i'in. oI arranged the bin d
to it, -nrfi,.ti'n. rubbed his spoc-
toeles, t ho e -o'.t a newspaper andt, lay-
it:.. lias h it on the sent beside him,
leaned I,,-l. in hi' corner with a long
drawn si d a)a ,-tafort. Except for
oneu riug \.ti'p of white hair in front
his head .\ a-- absolutely bald.
A smile suddlnliy crept into Marga-
ret's eyes; 'the corners of her mouth
trkitched eohi l'eirely, the dimple ibI
',,:.r chin 1ii.'lay,',l itself in sudden
empathy; jLe glanced swiftly at her
a:smpf aii.. Then the smile on her
hl, died away and her heart stood

He w\i'a evidently hurt to the quick.
His efn'-e-John's laughing face--was
grim anld stern; his mouth was one
--,'-,ight,, i forgiving line. She had
broken his)heart. Not that alone, but
he know now just how unworthy she
was of hi great, honest loye. Hot

ed how he got il of hI....
"COh," said h', "I ,.... him, a br ,
"A broad .hint'?" r'-Mate' tl:e ei
.q irer. "I 1!.. "-'' h v'.: o'.t of tha :
who never could be inr'hcI to tak.

"By mn siu,'' sa:A Ir A2 t'w, "-b
S ,' .. ,;.l. I t t.k' it: -. : -s thi
(chii.l v.'ah ali ...z 't at:. it-t: .i'-..;a 1,
just threw lhi: '. t of i"{L ; :'1 i*., "

At the level of the sea the press-'nre
of the atnmospLere on the pl).ton of au
engine is about fifteen pounds to the
square inch, but decrase-s at li;g;-.
altitudes. As thia atnmo.pheric pres-
sure must be overcome by the steam
pressure before any work can be done,
it is evident that at the dimuuirhed air
-pressure of h'gh ,ltitud'a more work
can be obtained from a given pressure
of steam than at the sea level, or, in
othe-r words, an equally e;'T-,tiv( pres-
sure of steam can be obtained with
the expenditure of less fuel. The dif-
ference, however, is not grcat e'nu.igh
to be of any practical importance.
An A-udaeious Schoolboy.
The audacity of Warren Hastings
as a Westminster schoolboy in carving
his name beali th tle clock on the
western td'wer of the abbey:pales b4e-
fore the ;nudu(ety of another Westmin-
ster sclhoo.IL0oy, who. secreted himw.elf in
the abbey in fultillmeniit of a wager
thaLt he would sleep in the abbey, not-
withstandling the report that the .ghost
of Braadi.-iaw, thie president of the court
at the trial of Ch:irles L, Who in the
time of the co'n,iu ir,n wealth occupied
the deanery; haunted the i.uilding. 'He
spenit the iig.it In the abbey and occu-
pied his time in carving lhib on
the 'coronation- chair, tfiiclI, ea r to
this day the following, rude- cut in-
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purchai.er' to pay freight . '
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na 0 A5ori:lt a cai;:ry lke a joY-r- ,L'ad ,.j ( n.
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overI th.,t .inle k :ng, Eiiztwith plAeded a. 'i o *'v l-' e; pi o.t-
for .ii life. It u 'T.; v 1rY w ili have r h i: r ly e- o .',
becm .... The ;:,.. -. : '.. an boeh> v-,uhi : .;:..-;y h-ave-!i. a few in on U ,- 'ar.i such re u:'.:nts
Wor i o:rs iTi tore ",ily. T'h w lat- -a e a; tifr f * a
--r. i: : an h lare t- ~up to Whlit- 1.oprn:ar int'*:.fd as in Irn. e. Their
er.ll : Lm near ha, r a t to hexit- i a re nur a. d:, i:.n, make ia'
laim at .every "g' i-he hear; tl ...t. '- :e of ti L_ coid and uOfwel"
soiM n is ('t d the Lo. on r-e ?turants of white-
It waA in that n I 'id ;r IN -anI ,-.i'. Iie variety1of tish1
ven < n crable .' t-.'se two cl iI is a ma.t
ninety-four. .; :i:q n hm y hte t- ., e et tioi
ln oim < iet cen-oter !;"ea-:., ill W e ti::.,., r ,.". H-, Ol. 1'r e il the .. Li- of w hic-l
ver e,, .l have it *,ib I -. an,] to 'c c .ire n .an c: 1.
that- roy-ll .':-;.;, I"r the remains of
Elizabeth w-ere buine w.',dj all th
pomp that lcfith, the looi e oer for sale a strip fro
queeo. Al(, I I'. wo. m er for sale a strip fr
pcrLi.i"ea' r7 pc-. With the south side of the north- balf of the
r ,~,tioan cnWeo a royal- aan'late for northwest quarter of section 10 *
0r-le casting fi.. of certain- bodies ship 4 south, range 14 west, ru.
whose unauthorized- dust might. not from the school house to Watsoi bayou,
mingle with that of Eazglaud's highest. adjoining Millvilleon the south. Will be
Twenty-one corpses were exhumed and soId in acre, quarter, or balf-acre" lots.
thrown into a pit. The mother of Oil. The price asked will be aecorAdg tor

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Leads in Low Prices and GOO(

He invites the purchasing public t6b dIi,

Examine his stock and GET PRICES.

Pays the Highest Price for ireas Salted ALIGATOR HIDES.




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