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Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: July 19, 1906
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VOL, XVI, ST. ANDREW, FLA.. JULY 19, 1906. *NO.
I I/ IL In_ __ ai I II "-" g i i I IIIli I I I


/ OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.

U. S. Senator-1st district, S. R. Mal-
lory, Pensacola; 2d District, J. P.
'Taliafero, Jacksonville.
Representative-1lst. District, S. M.
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d District.
Frank Clark, Lake City; 3d District,
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
Land Office-Register, W. G. Robin-
son; Receiver, H, S. Chubb, Gaines-
ville.
State-Governor, N. B. Broward; Sec-
retary, H. C. Crawford; Treasurer,
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, W.
H. Ellis; Comptroller, A. J. Croom;
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
*tion, W. M. Holloway; Commission-
er of Agriculture, B. E. McLin.
Mtate Senator, S. W. Clark, Blounts-
S town.
Washington Cdunty-Representative,
W. A. Bryan, Chipley; County Judge,
_; .' Wells; Clerk of Court,,-ount'.
Clerk, Recorder df Deeds,- W C.
Lockey; Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Ver-
S non; Deputy, C. H. Danford; Tax
Collector, Jno. R. Thompson, St.
Andrew; Treasurer, Louis H. Howell,
Vernon; Tax Assessor, J. W Bowen,
Duncan; County Superintendent, B.
F. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Collins, Vernon; County Commis-
S sioners, B. F. Swindle Vernon; A.
L. Harrill, Chipley; J. M. Portel,
Econfina; J. H. Wesley, Point Wash-
Sington; Elton singleton, Nixon.
S Bt. Audrlews-Justice of the Peace,
John Sturrock; Notaries, W. A. Ent-
mons, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk,
Circuit Court, W. A. Emnnions;
School Directors, G. W. urber, Sr.,
P. M. Grills; A. H. Brake; Postmis-
tress, Zadie H. Ware.
SMiilville-Posti1aster, Henoury Bovis;
Constable, J. H. Daftfin,l
i ,etker-Postmaster and SotCry Publle.
,IV W. 1; Parkelr.
CalI tPay- Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
SBaunders-PPostaster, R. -Peters.
SAllanton--Postmaster, Andrew Allan.
SAlderson-iostmaster, S. W. Auder-

; West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
i ay ost stress, Mrs. CGay.
-ryompkinstPostiaster, Emery Tomp-

S'6 ~iyhead--rPostinaster, 0. C. Tomptins.,
S-ook-l'ostwaster, ,.J. J. Fowler.
6- Vetappol--Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.

"Calliotu, Obunity Crouinmauton-Postma
SMurfee-,--Postmaster, James M. Murfee.
ter,Nora, Uoskins.
Farmdale-Postmaster, W. F. Wood-
S torid. .,
T1HE MAILS.
"The northern 'mails, via, Adleprson,
I Gay Bay IHead and Chipley departs
\ every ay-except Sunday, at 3:00
o'clock a. in., arrives eyery, day ex-
lept ocna.l:y Adt'7:15 p. m.

gAst Buasy iail for Ilarrison, Miliville,'
.omnitou, Par'ker, Pittsburg, Cook,
I Farludale and Wetappo, leaves St.
Androws every Iuorning exCept, ttn"
S-.'4r ' -5'f .I-.uciul<, ai,'i, e coming

'REIlGIOUS.
0b \yoinck g.ai. ) ont.

'i Park 'lt. Services at 11 a. m. a'ni
T:30 p. in. Sunday School every Sunt
say '"i 10i W. Itev. C. L. Joynex,'
pahttor.
I hWtndisti Episcopal-Church Wasni-
iington n'e. and Chestnnu't s Sunday
school '9:30 a. m. every Sunday.
I ,i-,'. ,J. M ConWil-, pa.tor.
it.~'e i'--Church corner Loraine
Ave. and Dralfe -St, Rev.i-O. C. Dol-
L phy, pastor. -.Sunday school at 9:30
S.,m. every Sunday, John ShLtr-
Srock, Supt.
SCatiolIc--Ch1ur:l comrnfr Wyouming
Sve. and Foster St.

Parker Lodge No. 142

Seg\ 'eulalar uolnimi xii-
catio,,ns oni the li'fi
,ml thlird Satu rnlIay
Y. in each month.
A RA Visiting ILrotl er"'D
-FRATERNALLY INVITED.
W. H. EPARKEL', \VW M.
W. A. EMMoNs.Secretarv

IIUSINESS DIRECTOR f.

W. A. EMMONS,
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notary
Public- for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
affidavits, legalize acknowledg-
ments, etc., anywhere Iu Florida.
-Special attention given to land con-
ityah'S and marriage ceremony per-
formed for lawfully qualilied parties.
Office at the Buoy Office, St. Andrews
Bay.
IRA A. HUTCHISON, -
ATTIRNEY AT LAW, Chiploy, Fla.
i'Prompt and carelul attention given
to all matters submitted to mycare.

,- L. McKINNEY,
Attorney at Law, Vernon, Fla.


A. H. BRAKE,
Notary Public for State at large. Of
lice at Store, corner of Loraine ave-
Snue and Cincinnati st, All Notarial
work solicited -and given prompt at-
tention. o
A. E. REGISTER i,
Notary Pub'ic for the State of Florida
at Large. Attends to all matters
pertaining to Notarial work. Office
at J. U. Thompson's stort, Bay front,
and Washington ave., St. Andrew,
Fla.
DR. W. G. MITCHELL.
Physician and Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of BIayview,, offers his profes-
sional services to the citizens of St.
Andrews and vicinity. Residence on
Buena Vista avenue.
Dlt. J. .1. KESTER,;
SHomoeopathic Physician .and Accou-
cheur. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
W. H. 1'ARKER,
Notary Public for the State of Flor-
Ida at Large. Office at Parker, Fla.
CGnveyancing and payment of taxes
for non-residents, specialties.
TAe laa; iu. r I-c bed*.
Mrs. Timid-Did you ever find a nmanl
-ntder the bed? Mrs. Bluff-Yes; the
night we thought there were burglars
In the hdcse. I found my husband
there. .. .- -.


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

Entered Sept 3. 19' 2, at St. Andrew,
Fla., as second class matter, under
Act of Congress of March 3.1879.
-- -

WILLIAM A. EMMONS,
PROPRIETOR.

Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
month. Position and extraordinary
condition rates subject to special
agreement.
"Local Drift,"5ce per line, first inser-
tion; 24c each subsequent. Display
locals double above rates. *

j.If this paragraph is checked with a
blue pencil it is a reminder that your
subscription has expired and that two
or three extra numbers will be sent


SURRENDER OF A TRUST.
One trust appearH to have come to
time for fear of the law--not any new
law, but the old anti-trust legislation
which has been on the statute book
for years. There may be but fewl peo-
ple who know theieuis a Licorice trust,
an octopus which has its tenta-
cles fastened ou the independent to-
bacco nmanutacturers,wb)om it charged
20 per cent higher prices for licorice
than it charged the tobacco trust. As
licorice is not an article of steady diet
except t-hose who use chewing tobac-
c the public will gain nothing now
the trust has determined to do equity
by charging all its custon er' alike,
for hlie tobacco mannfactirets will
probably not reduce thie pYice of to-


you that no break may occur should bacco in consequence of dlt vigorous


you choose to renew.

DEMOCRATIC TICKET.

Election, rues(day, Nov. 6, 1906.
For Member of Congress, 3d District.
W. B. LAMAR, of Jefflterson.
For Justices of the SproIneme Court,
CHAS_ B. PARKItLL,
of Escambia.
JAS. B. WHITF[ELD, of Leon.
For State Rtepresentative.
W. B. LASSITTER.
For Tax Assessor,,
J. J. WILLIAMS.
For Tax Collector,
W.. B. GAINER.
For Treasurer,
H. B. TILLHER.
For County Comnii-sionei .
First Dist-J. A. McDONALiD.
2d Dis--A. T,.IIARIILL
3J )ist.- S. L. ),DA\ VIS.
4th Dist,---P. N. TIILJ'J1i1 SON.
5th Dist.-W. 1. SINGLETARtY.
For Member School Board,
First Dist.-J. [I. NELSON,
2d Dist.-G. B. BUS-I.
3d Dist.-S. J. GAIN ER.

TRIBUTE *0 STEPHEN C. FOSTER,
THE MAN WHO WROTE '"OLD FOLKS AT.
HiOME.
A medley of melodies olden
Were played in my hea.Ming tonight,
My heart in swift unison throbbing,
Each rich chord an added delight'
I listened and thought of poor Foster
Who, penniless often would roam
So lonely, unkempt and.norlebebd-
,The man who wrote "Pld /Fqlks at
Home."
I is life was a u Iuriun failure,
Though F.i'it nt i .; had cover hi.On kitd.
He lived to be friendless, forsaken,
For none to his faults could be blind.
Hie hatd all the qualities goldenI
That make for success, bu. the Gnome,
Self-indulgence too quickly o'erpower'd
The man who wrote "Old Folks at
.Home '" '

Hew sweet Jenny Lind must have sung
it;
It reached the wanim heart of the
world,
A'song-ge m of wonderful lustre*
By many a f'ir throat im pearled.
Yes, wili ')ns havo warbled his ballads
They sank deep as lines from a tomb,
He knew how to play on the heart-
strings-
The man who wrote "Old Folos at
Homee.'

Thank God for the proofs of his talent
That still are re-echoed today;
They help to make men Iriends and
brothers,
For all feel their soul-thrilling sway.
He founded American folk-song,-,
Now recognized far o'er the foam;
Perhapshle will ne'ce be forgotten-
The man who wrote "Old Folks at
1Home.'".

At last has his genius been honored,
Though (ifLy long years in his grave,.
Somewhere here, in oil Pennsylvania,
Like "Massa," renowned by his
slave,
The dear little folks of Kentucky
Slave reared beneath heaven's blue
dome
A statue, now faithfully showing
The man who w 'ote "Old Foiks at
Home." -Mrs. F. Braden,

The people of Ohio are evidently
determined to punish tlhe trusts that
ednspirb to restrain trade within the
borders of their commonwealth, In
consequence five ice dealers, who cornm-
bined to i'aiae the price'of ice and who
are described as "all prominent in
business and social circles" have beer
fine 1 $5000 each *and to serve one
year in the workhouse. Tre demo-
cratic even is certainly working.

The republicans of the house of
representatives insisted upon their
amendment to the railroad rate bill
striking out the pipe line clause and
the senate alter a lhow of resistance
agreed to the bill, so that the Stand-
ard Oil Trust is free from regulation
by virtue of the votes of a republican
congress.
------ "--H^ ^R ^ -- -- -


The State executive committee of
the prohibitionist party of Tennessee
on the lltii inst., decide l not to put
a ticket in the field this year.


trust prosecutions by the adumnistra-
tion of this predatory trust. If Piesi-
dent Roosvelt would stir up his young
men to prod the beef trust, the sugar
trust, the coal trust, tile the Stand-
aitl Oil trust and others that produce
necessities and force them to cut theio
prices 20 per omnt. there wold be
something to re-joice about, that
would help the over-taxed pulse of
the housewife.

TAINTED MONEY.
The Demiocrats of Wisconsin in
tncir platform just adopted remind
the country t i1at the Repiublican na-
anal committee lias not .miado restitu-
tion of the large sunis received from
the life insurance corporations filch-
el tr nom the fund that should have
been sacred to the widows andorphaus
of policy holders. The plank adopted
cond0emns the republican party for
the acceptance of tho policy holders'
money and denmanis that the samn be
restored. Now Preside'nt Roosevelt ha
live months, holiday before hiiin, there
can be no excuse, fo1 lack of time, for
Iis not taking tip thie matter w-vith
Chairman (Jortelyoux and oriolrixmg
that restitution of these tainted funds
be niaoe to their rightful owners.

Theepubli anais, at thie fix'sit sesioMn
of the 59th cong less, sowed only
vind; and when the autumn cones
they will reap a whirlwind, or some-
thing equally as good.

AA\\AAAA /AA /\AAAAA\A/\A\AAAAAe



CHUMS


By FANNIE HEASLIP LEA

Copyright, 1906, by Homer Sprague


"The only feeling that ever lasts be-
tween 'a man and a woman is friend-
ship. Make your friend your lover, you
lose him when the flirtation has reach-
ed Its climax, and the- artistic ending
Is a final separation. M-ake your friend
your husband, you are bound to him by
a rope'*f fading illusions and inevita-
ble discord-when 'Life has changedd to
doggerel, what love began, a tender
rhymee' Keep your friend your friend
-no more, no less-be is your for-
ever."
Thus said Donald Randolph, twenty-
four and didactic, to Helen Ward, nine-
teen and afflicted with world sorrow of
her years.
On these tenets was their friendship
established, and though in treacherous
moments, months apaimt, it sometimes
occurred to Helen to wonder how Don-
ald's voice, unusually rhythmic of ca-
dence, might sound in pronouucing
words intentionally emotional, shQ al-
ways dismissed the thought as maud-
lin.
They had been friends-"clhims,"
they called it In their warmer moments
-for four years, when Lilia G(lrdner's
wedding, with its demands for best
man and maid of honor service, con-
fronted them.
"If only Lilia had asked some other
girl or Martin had asked some other
man," said Helen uncomfortably, "I
shouldn't in the least mind being maid
of honor to Lance Folsomu's best man,
or Tom or even Dan Harris-but with
you it's different. One has to flirt with
the best man. It's part of the ceremo-
ny." She glanced across the moonlit
space between them. "We're friends,
and I won't flirt with you."
"Of course not," said Randolph with
unnecessary firmness. "Are you going
up tomorrow?"
"Evening train," she responded
briefly. -
No need for me to wait over, is
there?" he inquired. "I thought of go-
ing in the morning."
"How absurd," protested Helen.
"Why should you wait? I'd much
rather you didn't. It would look so
significant."
"Very well, see you tomorrow then,"
he said. and left her with a handshake,
cool and friendly.
She did not see him till 8 o'clock the


next night, when, after a late train
and a later dinner, she descended to
the library in search of the other mem-
bers of the bridal party. In a nook by
an qoen window she found Lilla and


7


'h:t (cti'm.s we've been, hnveu't
w''" T!','ow, was n pathetic note in her
voice. "We've over spoiled it by flirt-
rin'D. Do yo". remiimboer what you used
to s-y--'M:.'.: your friend your lover
,'.Id yomu I) hlin:?' VoWe'll .,"evr do
thl'it. 'IK e') yo'r fri"ud your friend-
aO is your f'r'evcr.' It's true, quite
t 'm ,, i:'t i',"
II'- n :g "': ',l d'-.;o:'rate'y for thet
a.sy. ('.amir l',n ,'!,'" tone ha lINld taught
heri le, ,t l' Ih) n) it hit 1.e;(!e him too.
"I t'iiink -wvo've )"oved yo-i'r Iheor'y.
you nd I--fri''dship i. tli, only thing
that l:sts bet.vec1 a na1in aind woman.
Ours' ias lnsid, wi!l la't"-
''Will not l:sti," said lh' nuolph miser-
:I-;y. "Aft-r this"--he drewm her to
hlm aid :i '.ost you for ;ood nnd aill now," he said
'repr': tely, "1but I love you. I couldn't
','Oe.d any lo 'er. I've got to care
'nore than a chuam ior not at all."
Ielen lemned' limply against his
.:hu,'dor in the peace that follows a
"(,':!t strm in.
"I thought you wanted to be friends,"
,';he said. with a pathetic little Inugh.
"so I pret'endld too. And now we've
spoiled yqur theory, for it seems that
friendship doesn't last either."
"No, thank tihe Lord," said Randolph
f,,r,,ntil,1v "*1o4 fo.e, ,11 "


Accommodating Landlord.
A correspondent assures us that -be
never know that it was possible for an
innkeeper to be too accommodating to
his guests until he went down to Nova
Scotia and put up at a pleasant little
hotel in the country. The landlord of
this hotel laid It down as onw of his
principles of.-ation to give people a lit-
tle mare than they asked for-to be
"extra accommodating," -as he term-
ed it.
The landlord brilliantly Illustrated
his adherence to this principle the very
morning after our correspondent's ar-
rival at the hotel. The guest had to go
away on the 7 o'clock train that morn-
Ing' and asked the proprietor to call
him at 6. The guest- went' to sleep in
the calm assurance that he should be
aroused at the proper hour.
IIe seemed hardly to have fallen Into
a sound sleep when lie heae a terrific
pounding at his door. IHe sprang up
wide awake.
"What's the matter?" he called out.
"Four o'clock! Four o'clock!" came
the landlord's voice from the other side
of the door. "Two hours more to
sleep!"
It is needless to say that the guest
slept no more that morning. The land-
lord's anxiety to'be "extra accommo-
dating" failed of its mark that time.


Martin absorbed in certaln arrange-
ments for their departure the next day.
With them was Randolph, and Helen
fell at once kito the discussion of evad.
ing the rice and old shoes by means of
the side door and a Lired vehicle.
Once the question was settled, how-
ever, the conversation languished, and
at the interception of a third telepathic
communication between theo lovers
Helen sprang up In desperation.
"It's too warm in here," she com-
plained. "Let's go find the others,
Donald." ..
"They went out there someWhere,"
Lilia suggested cordially.
"I dare say we can find the" said
Helen with a smile.
She stepped through the v.-indop on to
the wide porch and Randolph followed
without delay.
"Now this is what I ojoct to," behe
broke out, turning When they*fe o'ut-
of hearing of the two inside, "one
doesn't want an enforced tete-a-tete.
Do you know where others are?"
"Dancing in the schoolroom," said
Randolph, without interest. .
"Dancini-," cried Helen. "That settles
it. I simply cannot dance tonight. I'm
tired to death. It's a good thing we're
chums and don't have to talk, isn't it?
I know I'm not at all interesting to-
night." She sat down in a hammock
swung behind her and motioned to a
big wicker chair., "Smoke If you like
and don't bother to talk unless you
want to."
Randolph produced a stubby 'pipe
from his coat pocket. When he had
puffed a few moments in sUence he
,rossed his legs and clasped his hands
behindd his head.
"You make a man adorably comfort-
j'ible, IIelon," he said slowly, then add-
ed numore decisively: "You're the finest
kind oi' a chum."
"Al.,'niys a chum-always," she an-
swer'd, with a queer dllfereice of in-
,onv'jin in the repetition that Ran-
,olph interpuretmdi as a warning.
"*Martin got his passes today for the
i'rioo trip," lie said hastily, In a busi-
nesslike ton'"'.
"Did hie? Tiin they go direct'?"
"Not quite. Lilia wants to see Salt
Lake City, and Martin knows a fellow
who lis a ranch in Colorado. They're
go)Ing there for a week or ten days.
Jove, that's a trip!"
"Isn'tit? But I think the coming
back will le almost as good. Have you
seen the house? In town, you know,
on Boliver street. I went over it this
week with L1lia. It's almhnost perfect.
No- tro lIr;e. and yet large eriough.
0 Dear little' reception hall-dining; room
in F!enilsh oak and tapestry paper;
drawing room in dull light green. Bdt
the library: I t'.,,'k I could improve on
the library." She clasped both hands
.-bo0t 0i'e ]mt at'a at tcilal- 'Ln'ui;i .-
', h'.t., it like?'" asked 1 im0dl,1 li,
with interest. '
"Very good papering." said Helen
earnest!y,,"'ark red and staiemd floor.
with some very good rugs. But the
bookcases!"
"Separate, I suppose?"
"Yemand they ought to be low, along
the walls, nll around in one wood, In-
stead of which he has one mahogany,
ont' cherry. You can imagine the dis-
jaintied -.r., (:t. Then, Instead of a big
leather chair at the fireplace, there is a
rocker." She broke off with a little
-sigh. "I can imagine how that library
would look on a winter evening,' with
a wood fire and the light coming
through those leaded window panes and
the chair piled with cushions and the
books one likes best to read"-
"Lilia has red hair," said Randolph
thoughtfully, "and she wears pink
gowns. She'd jar on tlie color scheme."
"Oh, Donr-Ad, you are nice," sighed-
Helen mirihfully. "You see what one
thinks so well, and that's my Idea of
a friend," she concluded, with sudden
fervor.
"A librau-y like that would fit a wom-
in with dark hair," said Randolph, his
'.'y;s on the (dusky head beside him-
"a wonimn who wore a pale yellow
gu'own mnd Lhad s:'iadows in her eyes.
S;he would be sitting there in the big
('mir with m book when a fellow came
loome in the evening, and she wouldn't
tall: to him if he was tired, and she'd
!'t hmhu smoke, and she'd play for
Milm"-
"Woulnd they have a piano In the 11-
ra''ry'?" olej '.ted IHelen nervously.
"A violin." said tandolph. "She'd
p!.n:-* Chop:n fsmr him, as you play It,
;.u(i S,'h mIu n'in"-
"Dear me," inte'ruptled HIelen light-
ly, ", on're infe'tol( by tke sentimental
,,vion'm:;:eats. Isnt it 'lucky we're
-,mnns, s;o that I un'derstnnd your mood
and d('n't rm';:my it in kind?"
!'t'e wv,i:e,! to the railing and stood
io0';:l' out n-''ros the shadowy lawn.


JFacK explained the i mt-Son of his
1mwerished idea, but the ptsilcdet shook
Als head.
"Pooh., poohl" lie scoff ", earful
looking mess. Better tear it utt. Don't
ieed that to keep off a little snow and
,ce."
Madge Interposed tactrvfiC.!. "Oh,
'ome on," she cried. "I v.Watt to see
sverythilng."
The three walked slowly ov',r toward
the engine house, Jaci. expl:kling ea-
,erly.
"Where are all their wen?" asked
vladge.
"In the mine, even the eng)ieer. We
ire having some"-
The oldest inhabitant grasped Jack's
i rm.
"For heaven's sake," he gasped, "ring
the bell. It's conmn'."
The three followed his g:aze Far up
tlrh moint'aiitet the the'inmflg of ,the
valley, a roar, and w ith the roar It
seemed, as if the whole side of the
mountainn was sliding down into the
ralley--a great, gray mass, that gath-
-r'ed to Itself all that barred its path,
'ru,:e tr.o s. ca bin-big stones, and ial-
-v'-iys with a roar. increasing iu volume
-o the din of a thousand t-:'..,
"The men ame safest in the mines,"
!'cmk cried.
Ioe graspAd Madge's arm, but the
Ideat inhalitant thrust him one sid6.-
'M-an:-.te the old man," he said; "I'll
lake tle "phil."
Then with his arm sbou.' Madge Jhe
ran with iall his strength up the moun-
tain side. Grigsl)y seized the presl-
dout's art).
"'Come!''" ,:- cried,.
The l[:' sdect started out 'bravely,
but h;s w-ei'imt told, and with thu third
step Lhe stumbled and fell. With each
heart throb the speed of the snowslide
was lessening their chances. Jack
tugged at the heavy old man. Now he
could seo tho bowlders that bridge-'d Ihe
front of the avalanche and now it had
taken the very tree to which was
pinned the fluttering trespass warning.
With a superhuman effort Jack flung,
the president out of harm's way. Then
he sprang himself, scarcely noticing a
heavy blow from a whizzing tree top.
In another moment the avalanche
was a thing of the past, and a great
swathe down tho center of the valley
was pollshel smooth as a macadam.
,road. With a single glance to see that
Madge was safe, he called to the two
men and ran to the shaft opening, over
which the slide bad' passed. It was
choked with a mass of 'logs and Ice.
"Find ropes," Grlgsby cried-"any-
thingt The Lord knows how ,many
were in the shaftl"
It was an hour of terrible toll, .Iut
somehow the three accomplished, the
task. With hands torn and bleeding,.

those below, they toiled unceasingly-
the oldest Inhahl tut)t, with thestrehgth.
of a man twouty years his junior, his
white h ir wet with perspiration; 0rigs-
by, with, pale, drawn face, and the
president, peeled down to vest iand
trousers, panting with the best of
them.
Grigsby called down through the
opening, and the answer came back
faint, but cheerfully:,
"All safel What's the rip? send us
down a ropek"
When, all were safe the president
climbed to Jack's cabin and eat down
heavily. Jack and MXdge followed.
He looked nt Jclk closely.
"Great smoke, mah, look at your
arm!" he cried.
Jack glanced at the blood stained
sleeve from which the arm dangled
helplessly. "I. know it," he answered
cheerfully. "A tree top slapped me.as
the slide passed, but I don't care ev-
ery man is safe!"
The president stared at the white,
dirt Istained face. "Madge," he said,
"I'd like to have you marry this sort
of man."
"Tlhat's what Jack and I hoped," an-
swered Madge, smiling even as she
mo-ned over the wounded arm.
"That's settled, then," said the pres-
ident briskly. "Now let's see what I
can do for that ann." And If he no-
ticed that the well arm was encircling
Madge's waist he did not mention the
fact.

Fishes 'rln:t Cannot S'wi'm.
More thanm Oi1c si.'ae':s of tisli is met
with which caunot s'vwiin, the most sin-
gaular of wihch perhaps is the mualtha,
a irazilian fish, whlose organs of loco-
moe'ion only enable it to crawl or walk
or hop ,mfer the nm:mer of a toad, to
which armimal this fish to some 'extent
hears a rm's'mblanice, and it is provided
with a lonug upturned sn'out. The ante-
rior (pectoral) fins of the maltha, which
are quite small, are not capable of act-


By HONORE WILLSIE
^ --- ^
Copyright, 190%, by P. C. Ea-tmont
V WV'V VV'V'VVVV/V'VVV7 /VV/V
The snow had disappeared from the
valley. Led,-',od upon three sides by
mountains, lbut far up in the slopes
thore we're still great white acres of It.
(;r;:.;by worried 'i great deal about
these snow patches. At iflght, when
the canip was still, he lay awake hour
after hour considering the matter.
The New York stockholders who had.
sent the young mining engineer out to
explore and test the mine had given
him 'no information as to how. when
or where to protect his workingmen.
On Tuesday of the previous week a
great wedge of snow nod ice had loos-
ened from the peak, had hurtled down
the mountain side, gathering speed and
size as It went, and had killed Jim
Grady, the foreman, without even stop-
ping to drop him after the deed was
dooe,
"The oldest Ihibabitant" told Grigsby
that such would probably oe the pro-
I. r.'tm.n! + xntil .pln had -set In thor-
oughly. '' '- .
So -for several nights Grigshy wor-
ied. Then on a certain cold, drizzly
morning he called the men- from the
mine and set them, one and all, at
work on his idea. The idea consisted
of a great "V." with Its apex turned up
The valley, and when completed the eDn
gine house over the mine was to se)
.;nugly in the ,angle of a great fence
of logs and bowlders. It took three
days to complete the Idea, and when It
was done Jaek Grigsby squared bie
handsome shoulders, set his teeth firm-
ty on the amber stem -of his pipe and
said: "There, by gum!r I'd like to see
:a snowslide harm that!"
The oldest inhtbitant, who stood by
Jack's side, grinned.
"You've put a lot of work on that
thing," he said.
"Well, it's worth it," replled Jack.
"IIuh," answered the old miner, "I
could 'a' told you something that
wouldn't 'a' been any work at all and
would 'a' beau just as effective as
that!"
"A nice time to be telling me that!"
xcaied-a Jack'. "Well, what is it?"
The old man pulle:l a dejected look-
ing envelope out of his pocket, after a
'or, ` search found a stubby pencil and
:n Me a few m:;rks on the envelope
m-ak-, tlhe'n walked over to a tree and
:cl 4-'b' hy folo-wed him curiously. On
he i':'v'toi;-' was written:
"Ax ":u.'he:s are requested not to
":'e-;' s he're."
.Tack roa;re:l. "Well, you're a great

'he old man grinned, but shook his
oad. "Just 'as good as your-wedge,"
a anrsw "r(d. "You ain't seen a real
lide yet. You want to move your
uhne, thlat's N-wht you want to do."
Gri sby looked a little troubled. "The
)re-,ident of the company and his
lighter are, due here this afternoon,
mut the weather has been so snappy
atoly I guess we are safe."
Then to himself as he walked away,
'I'd give the world and all to see
Ildge, but"-- Then ne looked at the V
shapedd rampart. "Gee, that would
;tand anything," he said.
The visitors were not expected until
'e0 In thie afternoon, but it was only 1
)'clock when the short, fat millionaire-
minl his dainty, slender daughter dis-
nounted from their horses and left
henii at the group of sharks on the
:nountain side. Then they descended
anto the gulch, where the shaft opened.
"Now, remember, Manlge, no non-
'ense," the president was puffing.
"These young engineers are all right in
heir places. But their places are not
s sons-in-law of mine. Seems to me
you've been showing rather a lively in-
'erest in young Grigsby."
Madge sniffed, but made no reply to
ier father's admonitions. They were
mn old tale, whose moral did not in the
east Interest her. Her father took the
'h:tperonage of his pretty daughter
very seriously.
Jack Grigsby ran toward them with
bared head and outstretched hand, but
the president had little time to waste
on greetings.
"What in thunder Is that rmountain
of rubbish built around thi plant for?"
he dlieanded.


A% Iy e 'r an Ry.
A yoiuimj lady t'nAtil of twar a?4qamk*
ance ha~ recently te'olvd a shb o* .
Among hIer extt:1.Sv* mlao, fo-prwl4t-.
nuces there ii a b1k41' eytd y.itb. lie
ges nun .h into iat'tLt an> :. l';t t f'.*
vorite among Ihe dilh' se L.-: Lcatl,.,v ..ft
his oye?. Alack! One of the: is g,''..
But there la no rteI1. n heu .sy:. for
every one to know that,-and, rea:y,. it,
seoms so nuech the counterpart t of tLh*
other that not one in a hun1re'd wAukl'
detect it. On this otsc.isc.n hi ecurtted
the young ladly !i qlue.:tinm to a. re-
freolmire:nt r','n. A., they were taking
ten and c.)ife le looked uuuitcrablo
things at l.er, when axll of a sn(den shei
gave V(ript to a strtled, exclaumation.
HIer ey\ f 1'1ed on h!~ with a my.teri-.
ous iunfnt.res .and h: wror. A fly hai
settled In the conflr of his g!asKs eye'
and re'ma!ned th Tre, he, of .un.:e.', jil-.
':.;O'o4 of .pr(ecete. TI' ,'fk t'.,"
tha t eye ig t hr wilhi fly on itt
antl the owner n kwld no atctnpt tom
brush It off, was tro, much for hIl's corj-
paiIon. It overpoweredl her., and she
shudders when slhe recalls the clrcum-
stance.-London Answers.

The Qneer Chameleon.
There Is nothing un the world will itV
duce a ihanieleon to take even thle
slightest apparent Interest In its s"ur-
roundings unless It be the siglit of
what It considetrs a toothsome insect.
TI,, chaimeleooi's method of taking Its
prey i s very. (,nrious, being effected by
shoo0Ing out anu ,enormously long,
wormlike tmig,:e. the end of which ti
elubbel aJ d covered with a v! lid se-
cretion, to wl'ich the insects tFick ix1wl
are tlhs drawn Iinto' its moth. 'Thoe c-
tual pxro.)('tin of the lnguie I mtindh
with inar'vilois raphilty. The cycea of
the chameleon ar( very curious. They
are very largo, but, with the exception
of a small opening In the (center, aire
covered with skin. They aire a!;h' on-'
threly w loion(lenlt 0 f-"enlt other,' with
the result thut e('r. !oiniTiy the' (rea-
ture is looking forwxird over Its nosu
with one eye, while with the other It 1 '
intently watching something directly
behind It.
SToo la.ny to Live.
Tim Woodlen was literally "too lassy
to livo," as the anecdotes of him told I
In an old "History of-hilwaukee" go '
to prove. It may be that the doctors ,
of today would pronounce hilma Uictim
of the insidious grmn which works to
ua-eoutrolla ,le lianuor, 1-ut, the ding-
nosis of th i-ood old tl:ies of Tlui'sC
c.'r'e rreads simply. "plumib iazlnessi"
A party ofi lnllans, kbowlung Tlnft'
lp-euli.aritles, once capttured .him for
t'up and mded him believe" that they
v. ero going to burnm him at the atak .
They took bl ;to lome. distance oa ./

Leap)d .pzMo, a tob Ssme. lust,1 thi
pile was reidy tob ght tbo chief apj
proached and blapipr'ed 'In Tim's ea
that If he *duld never tell who ha ,
captured him be would release him and
let him return to Mllwaukee.
_ "What, "walk twenty :i pes'" ow
claimed Tim. "It you'll lend me M
horse i'll agree to It."
One time when Tim was Jumbei'" ,
4 loose log made a perilous deo .
d9wn the side of the hill. 1he shoot
of the other men warned him thbt ta,
danger wag-cogntng his way, tmt.*e#
than expend vital ftse to appo
l0 the Ig strike hun and 4 b W

Paled the Courtw loe.
The following remarkable judgmn
was delivered some years ago by
magistrate in oUn of the English cko'
nies:
"Pachua Is hereby charged witji bha'
Ing on the 11th of January followed ,
the court on Its rising and while said
court was Ii the act of mounting Intot
Its buggy came from behind 'and, elt-
ing the court's dangling leg, the other
foot being on the step, forcibly pulled
back the court, frightened the horse
and nearly caused an adeident. The
reason alleged for this by accused Is
that be wanted to bear the result of an
application of his. The practice by pe-
titioners of pulling the courts by the
legs is one that should be discouraged.
Accused only says he is a poor man,
admitting the truth of the complaint.
He is sentenced to one month's rigor-
ous imprisonment."
Strange to relate, the lieutenant gov-
eraor of the province on- reading this
sentence felt It necessary to intimate
to the magistrate that neither the sen-
ence Itself nor the peculiar phraseolo-
gy in which it was couched was calcu-
lated to meet with approval from minds
'running In legal grooves.

A Cub.
Infant llons and bears are now gen-


erally spoken of as "cubs," but In for-
nier times the word "whelps" would
have been used. Every edition of the
English Bible from Wycllf's time to
1011 gives "whelp" for the young of
the lion or bear. A "cub" meant orig-
Inally in English only a young fox. But
by Shakespeare's time it was possible
to talk of the "young suckling cubs"
of a she bear, and Waller even applied
"cub" to a young whale, now known
as a "calf." The origin of "cub" is not
really known, though the conjecture
connecting It with the old Irish "culb,"
a dog, would make it akin to the Latin
"canis" and English "hound."



Disease takes no summer
vacation.
If you need flesh and
strength use

Scott's Emulsion

summer as in winter.
Send or free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemlste,
409-41s Pearl Street, New York.
Soc. and .00oo; all druggists.


,18,


ing on the water, but can only move
backward and forward, having truly
the form of tlin paws. Both these and
the ventral and anal fins are very dif-
ferent from the lsmilar fins in other
fishes and cuttld not serve for swim-
ming at all. Other examples of non-
swinmming fishes Include the sea horse,
another most peculhirly shaped inhab-
itant of the sea, which resembles the
knight in a set of chessmen, and the
starfish, of which there are many spec-
imens, whi'h mostly walk and crawl
on the shore or rocks, both being un-
able to swim.
N'ot Worth aWhile.
"Perhaps If I were to boll It down,"
suggested the space writer.
"Wouldn't do any good," said the ob-
durate editor. "Take a gallon of wa-
ter aud boll It down to a pint, and it
would still be nothing but water."

Antidote' For Carbolic Acid.
It may prove valuable Information
to know that alcohol Is the antidote of
carbolic acid and how to use It. If the
burn is external pour alcohol over It; if
internal, swallow whisky. I

The virtue lies in the struggle, not
In Ihe prize.-Hloughton.


$A







MARITIME,


The.scirm. Lucy H. and Cleopasr'a
sailed for Pensacola early Monday
morning.
*lhe str. Tarpon arrived from Carra-
belle ana Apalachicola about 10
o'clock a. nm., Friday, and from Mo-
bile and Pensacola at 10:40 .a., in.'
yesterday..

N APHTHA LAUNCH,
B 3"3 XL.
W. F. WOODFoKu PROPRIETOR
Fitted in splendid condition to take ex-
cur8ions or pusa:ngers to any point on
ske Bay or Gulf. Good cabin protection
in the event of bad weather Terms reas-
onable. Also,
BA GE E MMA;
Capacity 10,0('0 feetof Lumber will Ferry
between Farmdale and Allanton. on East
kav" and will deliver freight of every de-
"scription, including live stock to any
point on St. Andrews Bay. For liarticu-.
lars, address W. F. WooDforD, Farm-
ale., FIa.

PACKET SCHOONER
OCLEOPATR A.
Equipped With Two Gasoline Engines,
Leaves St. Andrews Bay every Mondaly
leaves Pens'acola every Thursday
'weather permitting). Special alten
lion will be given to receiving and
forwarding freight tor narties living on
East and North Baiy, passengerss for
pointson either arm of he Pay can
depend upon secuirng prompt trans-
Dortation at reasonable rates. I'as-
senger accommodations good. Express
umd Ratilroad Freight specialties. For
turlher information apply to
OTWAv WAIK. Gej). Manager.

NIAPHTIHA LAUNCH,
LAURA.
CoArries the East Bay Mail hletwee-n St.
Andrews Bay, Wetappo and intermedi-
atepointls. Leaves St. AndreAw daily
Except Sunday) at 6:00 a-. it.; arrive at
Wettppo at 12:311 p. in.; leave Wetappo
t 1:O0 p. in,.; arrives at St. Andrews at
7:30 p. in. Makes landings regularly at
Harrison, Croomainton, Parker, Pitts-
burg, and Farnldale. l"veiglht landed at
any postotlice wharf. For passenger and
freight rates, see rate card in the sev-
eral poa~fltices.
F. A. WI'rHmnir.i. Ml aagear.

A W0ek'1s VWeatelir.
Irhi following table gives the maxi-
Ia num minimum and moan tempera-
Sthre, tire rainfall and direction of the
vind, fei the twenty-tour hours ending
at 7 o'clock p m., as indicated by U. S
ftstruments: ..
' July....11 88 7Z' 80 .30'
""" 12 84 72- .35 .
14 89 74.- 81 .50 aw
15 W0 80 85 .00 5
m 91, ir 76. .17 s
S 17 891; 19, 84 2 .4
11rwcek. 1 8. I 75 82 11.84 "
A Wonderful Sensitive Plant.
Au uIncident related by the author of
The Pearl of India" In his description
of the flora of Ceylon is almost U13-
canny, althoitgh we aire assured that It
is true. It is about the uminos.i, 'or
sensitive I)hant, and make.s o0e' alniost
wonder whether the plant Ias i'ieilli-
gence. The doctor, oje of tih chairuc-
ters of the bock. w!il' sittla; with theL
family on thle brad piazza wllih forl n-
ed the front of the buIngalow of a
coffee plautattion rz'cogni:zed 0a thrifty
sensitive plitnt. and it was made 1 11-3
ubl)ject of reulil'rk. IHe called his
)'ouug daughter of clove n years from
the liousiq.
"t'Lenua," said he, "go and kiss. the mi-
l6iao."
*The child did so, laughing gleefully,
and came away. The plant gave no tok-
en of shrinking from contact with the
pretty child.
"Now," said the host, "will you touch
the plant 7"
tRilsing to do so, he approached It
with one hand extended, and before it
had come fairly in contact the nearest
spray and leaves wilted visibly.
"The plant knows the child," said
the doctor, "but you are a stranger."

aabbl4 Shooting In France,.
Le Sport Is answerable for much
exhibition of humor on the part of a
nation like ours, where killing for fun
Is brought to perfection, and the story
Of e the Engllshman who went rabbit
shooting witi- two Frenchmen In Nor-
mandy may crmay not be true. They
set out, eager for the chase; they sight-
ed a rabbit, aud oup went the English-
man's gun to h-Is shoulder. "No. no; do


not shoot!" cried hisi companions.
"That is Mimi. We never shoot at
Mimi." The Englishman, greatly won-
dering, desisted. A second rabbit
crossed their path. IHe aimed again
nid was again deterred from shooting.
wThat is the adorable Lulu," they
pointed out. We never shoot at Lulu."
Naturally, when a third rabbit darted
up,-the Englishman made no effort to
kill it, much to the distress of his com-
panions. "Shoot, shoot!" they cried
wildly. "Timt Is Alphonse. We al-
ways shoot at Alphouse."'-London
Chronicle.
The Minle of a Mirror..
A ward patleut in Roosevelt hospital,
New York, grew gradually weaker
without any apparent reason. "She's
fretting herself to death about some-
thing." qma the nurse. "If she would
eoutide in nie I think she would get
Better." By and- by the patient did
open h6r miald and heart. "If I could
only see myself." she walled, "I'd feel
different. L know I must look like
death or you'd let me have a looking
glass." It wus ,"against the rules to sup-
ply patieuts in that ward with mirrors,
but the nurse, recogniizng the gravity
of that particular case, smuggled in a
small hand glass. The result was mi-
racunloio. "W''hy, dear me," said the
stock woman, "I don't look half so bad
as I supposed I did." And from that
hour she began to improve.


LOCAL DRIFT,

Blank Warranty Deeds, short lorn
printed on good linen paper, 25c per
dozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re.
ceipts in a block, 10c each, at the Buoy
office.
--You never have and may never again
have an opportunity to get so fine a
fountain pen for so little money as you
can now by complying with the condi-
tions of the coupon to be found else-
where on this page.
--Wizard Ink Tablets,Price, per
box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten ounces splen-
didink. Economical permanent; abso-
lutely indellible, covenient, non-corro-
sive. At the Buoy office.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St.Andrews Bluff, or Buena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the
BUOY office
-The Buoy is indebted to August
Wilson of Pit!sburg on East Bay, who
furnishes St. Andrew eve.*v year with
more and finer grapes than all the rest
of the surrounding country put togeth-
er, for a nice lot of splendid Niagaras,
fresh from his vineyard,- *
-Capts, P. F. Parser and R. E. Pal.
mer of Parker have just built for them-
selves a fine new launch and brought it
to St. Andrew Tuesday, for the our-
pose of having one of the engines tak-
en from the schr. Cleopatra installed,
which J. T. Gwaltney is assisting in
placing.
-Parker lodge No. 142 F. & A. M. will
meet in regular communication next
Saturday at 2:00 o'clock v. m. Visiting
. Masons in good standing are invited
tophi ticipate. An order of the Grand
. Lodge of Florida demands that visitors
must be provided with a certificate of
membership from their home lodge and
a fully paid receipt for dues.
-Hon. Frank L. Mayes. editor and
manager of the Pensacola Journal
pays a glowing tribute in the Journal
to St. Andrews Bay as a result of im-
pressions formed on the occasion of his
first visit to the bay on the Fourth of
July. No unprejudiced mind can visit
this beautiful bay country without be-
Sing similarly impressed.
-A private letter to the publisherof
the Buoy from E. R. Houlton, a gentle-
man largely identified with the inter-
ests of Si. Andrew, dated July 9, says:
"Weather fine, thermometer 602 to 80;
crop prospect good; have f.00 acres of
corn about as high as my head and
stalks as big as your leg; just finished
Sup shipping out 300 head of tat cattle,
- to which the last crop was fed."
' -The eyes of the world are looking
;towaras St. Andr'ews- Pay as the com-
ing great gulf port of Florida. With
;an assurance of, two railroads, with its
wealth of finest pine timber, with the
- .epaam ,1 gu "filhjn. j h v-ll".j+ffI-
means of export, with the coal and iron
of Alabama practically at its very door,
ylth its-ltaovely scenery, with its fertile
lands capable of rewarding the hus-
bandman with three bountiful crops a
year, year in and yeai out, with the
Panama Canal to open the gateway to
th'e world, who sail say that the com-
merce of all nations will not be attract-
ed to a mart so favored by nature, and
that in the very near future?

By the Pull Bench.
A story which used to be related
years ago had to do with an incident
which happened in Sierra county, Cal.,
the principal actor in which was Judge
Searls of the district court.
The judge was on his way from
Nevada to Plumas county. At Downie-
yuile there were two young lawyers
who had agreed to argue a motion
when the Judge arrived. Then, as time
was pressing and both lawyers were
also going to Plumas, it was decided to
ride along and carry on the argument
by the way.
SUp the mule trail from Downieville
to Monte Cristo, down to Oak Ranch
and so on to Eureka the argument pro-
ceeded. At Eureka the case was exam-
ined with the aid of refreshments, and
In due time a decision was reached.
The loser consoled himself with the


thought that he had ascended the
mountain without being conscious of
the grade.
"Possibly the mule felt It as usual,"
suggested the judge.
"I think from the result that he, too,
was absorbed in helping to make up
tthM oplulon," said the lawyer.
Just as Bad.
A clergyman asked the choir leader,
"Can't you do something to arouse the
Interest of the men in the choir?"
"Yes," said the leader. "I could put
a widow eI it, but then all the women
would lose Interest."-Kansas City
Star.
Modest Claims Often Carry the Mos,
Conviction.
When Maxim, the famous guin invent-
or placed his gun before a committee of
judges, lie stated Its carrying power to I c
much below what he felt sure tHie gun
would accomplish. Tne result of the tri-
al was therefore a great surprise, instead
of disappointment. It is the smie with
the manufacturers of Chambeilain'e Col-
ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. They
do not:publicly boast of all th s remedy
"will accomplish, but prefer to let the us-
ers make the statements. What they do
claim, is th-at it will positively cure diar-
.rhoea, dysentery., pins in the stomach
and bowels and has never beeit known to
fail. For sale by all medicinee dealers.

Not Illmself.
Mistress (to head gardener, who has
been ill)--I'm glad to see you out
agalu, RBates. Bates-Thankee, mum.
But I ain't anything Uke right yet.
Why. when the wind blew these 'ere
pots over, instead of a-callln' the hun-
der gardner to pick 'em up, blessed If
I didn't start a-doin' of it myself!-
SPunch.-


ANNOUNCEMENT.
TO THE RESIDENT S OF
ST, ANDREWS BAY.
Th'e St. Andrew Ice and Water Com-
pany has secured the laud on which
the boat-building business of Anm-
strong and Co. is now situated and
has placed its order with the De La-
Vergue Machine Ce, lor a twerrty ton
refrigerating plant. This plant is
ready for delivery at lihe Company's
shops in New York and ithe plans and
specifications for our use are now be-
ing prepared. Our lumber for wharf,
and buildings has been secured and
all isin readiness to begin construct.
tion work.
There is no noee, of our telling you
of the incalculable benefit that an ice
-plant will be oni the order of tire
bay, wheor ice can be delivered cheap-
ly to every town. It stimulates the
fishing interests; invites the summer
and winter guest to come an I spend
his time in comtirt and luxury of
living. It is a necessity with the saw
wills as well as every hoimsehold.
The at port of tile plant is guar-
anteed and its advent enthusiastical-
ly welcomed by every settlement
along the bay. Thle business will be
conducted along lines that will be
both practical and economical, and
will give a handsome profit to tilhe
shareholders.
The St. Andrew lee & Water Co.
is organized under Florida law, within
a capitalization of $30,000-three
thousand shares at $10 each. Nau-
meious applications have been made
for stock in the company, and a imn-
ited amount has been subscribed at
nearly all distributing points along
the bay. There has been no effort to
reach the residents, generally, along
the bay, and had it not been for the
fact that the very general distribu-
tion and use of ice is of advantage to
the company in intruocucing its prod-
uct, no stouk would be offered. For
this reason, alone, it was decided by
the directors to offer, through the
medium of the Iuoy, two hundred
and fifty shares of stock in blocks )l
not less than five nor more than ten
shares. Thle company reserves the
right to distribute these shares as
widely as possible along the bay.
Your application must be early il
you wish an allotment.
Write or see J. J. TROUSDALE,
secretary an.d Treas.arer,
- .St, Andrew Ice W.iter C,.,.

A Bridge of Crocodiles. ;
A traveler writes of a port in norr-t_
western India:,"The gg:eat sight u
Karachi is the sacred crocodile pr<-
serve at Magar Pir, some seven io lie
off. There are hot springs here which:
feed a shallow tank containing neari:
a hundred crocodiles. The story, u-'.
ally thought to be fictitious, of the Ens
lishman who for a bet (crt'ossel lite tiul!
by Jumping successively f i')- th,
backs of these crocodiles is b:oe- om
fact. The hero of this foolmaru-dv feat
was a certain Lieutenant Blm'csfcrd, :;
friend of Sir R. F. Iurton. WVh'ien Iu
ton and his companion \wete visit ig
the crocodiles' tank they no+Ic-cd tfn,'
these reptiles and certain islets o' rch
happened to make an almost contti u
ous bridge across the tank. This;
prompted the daring subaltern to haz
ard the feat of crossing by h1 )ip!:ig
from one crocodile to minothl.r. To thle
amazement of the spectators he sue
needed in this apparently mad attempt
Sir Richard Burton had already sic-
cessfully performed an equally daring
feat. lie managed to muzzle a croco-
dile by means of a lasso and then
jumped on the reptile's back and en-
joyed a somewhat zigzag ride."

A Tragic Finish.
A watchman's neglect permitted 'a
leak in the great North Sea Dyke


which a clild's finger could have stop
ped, to become a ruinous break, devast7
ating an entire province of Holland, In
like manner Kenneth McTver, of Vance
boro, Mo., ,permitted a little cold to go
unnoticed until a tragic finish was only
averted by Dr. King's New Discovery.
He writes: "Three doctors gave me up
to die of lung inflammation, caused by
a neglected cold; but Dr, King's New
Discovery saved my life." Guaranteed
best cough and cold cure, at A. H.
Brake's store. 50c and $1, Trial bot-
tle free.

Wanted All That Was In It.
Father (whose wife has presented
hfm with twins) Tommy. you may
stay home from school today and to-
morrow tell the teacher that you have
two new brothers. Tommsu.-Wouldn't
It be better to say that I have only one
new brother? Then I can stay home a
day next week for the other one.-
Fliegeude Blatter.
R sential Requirements.
"A man must know a great deal to
be a go0d diplomat."
"Yes, and beL able not to tell It."





EE -D- S j
Represent the survival of the fittest. We
have become the largest seed house in the
world because our seeds are better than
others. Do you wish to grow the most
beautiful flowers and the fluest vege-
tables? Plant the best seeds -Ferry'
1906 Seed Annual free to. .
D. M. FERRY & CO.,,
Detroit, Mich.


They Needled the 3toney.
A ft'rilit stiaiweir un<-e cia.e into
Ma:riopol, a port on t!ih sea of Azov,
vhich had ainoin its (:i'rgo 10,0 pieces.
of machinery n.umnbered "M." from 1 to
100. When the pieces .were unloaded
It was found that No. 87 was missing,
but two pieces numbered 88 showed
that there had been an error, the final
tally being correct. But the custom
officials did not take this view of the
matter, the port being in need of funds,
so they fined the ship 500 rubles for
being short of cargo as per manifest-
namely, No. S7-and 1,000 rubles for
smuggling, having two pieces num-
bered 88 when the manifest called for
but one.-Carollue Lockhart in Lippin-
cott's Mnrazino.



E. W. MASKER,



PHOTOGRAPHS.


PORTRAITS, VIEWS AND
GiOUPS.

For the Land's Sake.
The farmer was fertilizing his soil.
A lady from the city stopped to gaze
at him.
"What on earth is that?" she asked.
"A new fertilizer, ma'am."
"For the land sake!" she cried.
"Yes, mr'ium." said the farmer.
Overtia Id .
"So sorry inot to have bead your
lecture last nightt" said the loquacious
ivdy. "I know I missed a treat. Every.
body says it was good."
"How did they find out?" asked Mr.
Frockcont. "The lecture, you know,
was postponed."

Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney Trouble.

Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis-
courages and lessens ambition; blruty, vigor
-, -_IL= and cheerfulness soon
"T disappear when the kid-
5' = :,. .i>... neys are out of ordeal
m. .. or diseased.
-"('-'-., --- Kidney trouble has
i' T' become so prevalent
S, 1 that it is not uncommon
,/ f for a child to be born
\ afflicted with weak kid-
--. neys. If the child urin-
-.- ates too often, if the
urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child
reaches an age when it should be able to
control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon it, the cause of
.he difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
-tep should be towards the treatment of
ihse important organs. This unpleasant
. roubl is dua to a diseased condition of the
.ddacy, and biadder and not to a habit as
l.ost people suppose.
Vc.-r.n as well as men are made mis-
rabLie with kidney and bladder trouble,
md bcth neod the same great remedy.
he mild and the immediate effect ot
tSyantm -Root is soon realized. It is sold
by dru g:ts, in fiftv- /
-:ot an-I one o..llar t .-- .
C 'tlc" by -' I
re-. alo,pamphlet tell- Homo of Swaump-Root.
4ig all about it, including many of the.
thousands of testimonial letters received
fro.m sufferers cured, in writing Dr. Kilmer
&3 Co.. Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
mention this paper.
Don't make any mistake, but Pemem-
ber the 'name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil-
mer's Swamp-Ro')t, and the address,
Binghamton, N. T., on every bottle


L. E. WARE.




Ware


linm.. VWork With Gloves.
"I hLp'," Ks;iaid the woman who was
o re,",rig a pair of slippers made of
lowered satin. "that you vill tell your
workman to wash his hands before h(
begins to make these up."
"Wash his hands!" repeated the
clerk. "Why, madam, he never will
touch these with his bare hands."
Then the clerk explained that all work-
men employed In making slippers of
light colors worked with white gloves
on. "Try to keep them clean!" he con-
tinued. "I should say they did. They
try so hard that they change their
white gloves three times a day."
Which Is not so fantastic as it may
seem, for if a shoemaker soils material
of this kind the expense to him of re-
placing the material, to say nothing of
the loss of his time, makes it worth
hils while to work in gloves and keep
them clean at that.-New York Press.
A Certain Cnre for Aching Feet.
Allon's Foot-Ease, a powder; cures
tired, aching, sweating swollen feet.
Sample sent FREE. also sample of Foot-
Ease Sanitary Corn-Pad, a new inven-
tion. Address Allen S. Olmsted. LeRoy,
N. y.

Arsenic.
Arsenic has been known fr6m very
early times ns a deadly poison. It is
believe.I to have booeen the means em-
ployed by Nero to remove his enemies,
and there is little doubt that it was
also l:nown to and employed by Mes-
s:lina and Agrippina. During the mid-
(d ages- it was extensively used as a
secret poison, being sold by alchemists
and poisoners of Italy under the name
of "widow's powders" or "succession
powders." Its properties were definite-
ly ascertained and made public by
Brandt In 1733. The plant from which
asafetida Is produced is a native of
Persia, Afghanistan and northern
India. In all these countries the in-
habitants use it as a seasoning for
Lhcir meat and vegetables, much as red
pepper is employed by the natives of
Mexico and South American states.
The odor Is not deemed by them in the
least offensive.

Twenty Year Battle.
"I was a loser in a twenty year battle
with chronic piles and malignant sores.
until I tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
which turned the tide. by curing both.
till not a trace remains," writes A. N.
Bruce, of Farmville Va. Best for old
ulcers, cuts, burns and wounds. 25c. at
A. H. Brake's store.
6*6 B-60- --
A Deadly Poisonous Beeswax.
Wax is a substance secreted by bees
that Is said to be analogous to the la!
of flie higher animals. In PIata-'oni:
T'Irre del Fuego and other portion> o
southern Soufth America honey Is no,A',
-* ,an In the countries lnuealito:),',i
.-, ,ia! im'ore poisonous than eith;:r s.'y(


FOR SALE!

47 Acres of Nice Land

In 15 Minites alk of PofFalI1
AT ST.' ANDREW,
Nicely Iocatod t. be subdividlel into
'Bumiing Lots,
TITLE PERFTOT and
TAXES PAID TO DATE.
This is a Bargain!
and the Best Property njvw n (lihe
Market about St. Anr,,w.


OTWAY WARE.


J. H, DRUMMOND.


Mercantile Co.,
U~~l(~Ii! o.


Thoroughly Reorganized.

Martin G. Post, eManager.

HEADQUARTERS FOR

Gpnural MelpliallGisa I



DRY GOODS,


GORCERIES,


HARDWARE.


Tll Old PIONEER STORE Business,
Founded in 1878, and built up by the late L. M. Ware,
now Thoroughly Reorganized and under New Management

Solicits the Patronage of old Patrons
of the House, of the Trading Post, and of new ones as
well, aud guarantees uniform fair and courteous t eatment
to all.

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



We Never Disappoint Our Patients. I
We Fulfill Every Promise and Never Hold Out False Nopes.
WE ee Stricture without the knife or boug and Varicocele'wthoat
WE1 .. Uflfpalin or detention from business; coutaglons Blood poison
cured never o return, without mercury or mineral mixture; Loss of Manly
1.aC ~ Vigor Positively cured; no stimulant but permanent.
The Dr. Ktug Medical Co. Is an lnstltution organizedunder the
1 (t laws of the state of Georgia for the treatment and ure 0of all
nervous and chronic diseases. Dr. N. K. King, the founder of
S \ this Institution, is the chief consulting specialist, being assisted
ipg ^ ~by a Staff Gf eminent physicians and surgeons.
Our success in the treatment of chronic distases is unsppas-
f-a sed; we use both medical and electrical -gencles.
Our offices are equipped with a'l the galvanic, faradlic batter-
/ lea, X-ray, violet ray, and Finsca ray: in fact, every electrical
contrivance known to the medical profession. Our sanitarium ls
Sodera Jn every respect, asnd we employ none biut the best
tratnod and efficient a ttc ,dandst regnilarly qualified graduates
.-A and licensed physicians being in charge.
We employ no misleading ease to secure patients and
-. +.^, K"8 patronage--no C. O. D.'s or unasked for literature are sent ,out
-' *bythis Instution. Our terms for treatmentaverage frosa 55.0X)
totlO.00per euonth ktueditl -es included) and wegive the assur- I
'~ *" l sance of a cure within a specifled thue.
MY BEST RERECE IS. CHRONIC DISEASES. csfultreatandpr
*t.O. nent n cure all chrinic diseases
ll fSuch as ]idljey ai;d liiAdd.r tioubeis, ItbheuinaLlA i,
hg V 1 "L'MRupture, ilydrocelo, rail, I. ',a etc., rnd all PriVate
\ UNTIL CURED. / 1)Diseaacs. Tumors aud mill+,uant trubles, satarrita of the
Nose, Throat, Head and Lungs. Diseases of liye and Blar,
N. K. KIN0. M. D. Chronlo Diseases of Women, such as Displacement.,
-'ir F CONSULTiP4 PHYSIOIAN. Unnatural Dischtlrg s, and such weakLse'oes of women. .
i e s ti-d.Lay .pgariing your condition i j ou nare sick or af ',ced. On request we
r Bt end you our literature, including 71 nptom blanks fr tho ,. treatment.
(--.=. CONSULTATION, IkXAI'tlNATI'N AND ADDVIC ~tEE.'.'. -
R. Kile E7I ROOa., r7 i^' a, n
0 KING MfniClf"0.9 ,N0riott --Al.


Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf
STEAMSHIP C'JMPANY,


:-,,r '


114"



AnK


LEAVE.
Tuesday, 8:30 p. m.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. min
Wednesday, 2:30 p. m.
Thursday, 9:00 a. m.
Monday, 6:00 p. m.
LEAVE.
Thursday, 3:00 p. m.
Friday, 11:30 a. m.
friday. 10:00 a. m.


GOING S
Pensaci
St. Audi
Millvil
Apalachi
Carrabe
Mobile
GOING N(
C'arrabe
St. And
*Milivil
Punsac


STEA


MER


TARPON.
SCH EDULE,
OUTH. ARRIVE
ola.
rew, Wednesday, 8:00 a. m
lle, Wednesday,|10:00 a. m
icola, Thursday, 6:00 a. m.
2lie, Thursday, 12:00 noon.
C) Monday ,I:00 a. m.
UT I1. ARRIVE.


tlle.
re w.
le,


iPA.SS1E-rCEi :l IR ATES.
Pensacola to St Andrew and Millville, -$5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabcllh, $7.50.
St. Andrew and Millville to-Apalachicola, $5.00.
Pensasola to Mobile, $2.50.
mi i p . i -


iue aovoe rates include meals and berths. W. G. BARROW.
Captain r


A H. BRAK-E,

General Merchandise!

S APLE AND FANCY GROCERIES!

Cooking and Heating Stoves!

Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Etc.
UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES,

Burial Caskets, Robes, Suits, Etc.

(ilVE ME A CALL!


Friday, 2:00 a.
Friday, 4:00 a.
Friday, 11:30 u.


JOHN R1


TF IOMPSON


DEALER IN


tGE E L L EICIAN DISE -
Dry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries

Notions, Provisions and Feed Stuffs.'

Corner VIashington Avenue and BayviewSt.
I pay Cash for Goods andl must (

a strictly Cas]i or Recady Pay

LBusiness.
Thi' is in nry Patrons' Interest, ts ivelf as iny, owvn. I'atll ais
C(unvinne Yourself of this Tnluh. ,


o. E. J C .

CASH PROSPERITY

s NC!) I Y ( () ) IS THRIVE



Ship Chandlery Hardware


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

Clothing, Cents' and Ladies' Furnishings.

MEN'S LAIIES' AN!) BOY'S HATS.

Trunks and Valises.

FISH CAMiI S I) PL[IES, E TC.
AGENTS FOR 'iT' h "~"iSPECtAL ATTENIIl( A'
AMERICAN EXCILPT .ail Orders
St & Wi Go Mailrders
AN YTHItNG IIiDELI VEI E DS AT AMPLES
Made in iron.. ny PcstIffice Gladly Sent
P- .Sr on the BaO! o- A licatioln!
Wil Mil COpis o: 0 0 u -U-
Breech-Loading We Are
'Woolsey's + 12-Gar, ITH E E C .
But ppr Paint. 1 Ony $5.50 SHOE MEN

.___ E. BRACKIN & CO.

For Fine Job Work, TRY THE BUOY OFFICE.


SAVE THIS SAVE THIS
SCOAPON. 3P'CIAL PP, EMll OFFER. VCOT OS

14--t. SOLI D COLD FOqUTTAj :O PE'ON

-- -I
Wa
g For fivr of these coum ons and sixt y cents se t (r brought to the- Buoy
Sam Pel that costs at, retail $1.50. TheQpen is complete with box and
fi ller and is fully warranted by the manufatLurers and can be returned to
0 them if unsatisfactory in y pa1t1cohir.
\SaS^SSS.SSSS \S&ss..aSassesS.hs. ssa''AS'.SSSQSS-




GEIMAN AMERICAIN LUMBER Cu.

Ivivt I lul-lle, I ek! =-I
Manufacturers of

Rlou1i, Dressef aiA DiIeiom n



ALSO

Dealers in GeneraI merchandise,
Dry Goods, Groceries. Provisions andn F-n


I I --- -- L -- L--l- -L-l-l- --~U- ---- I- --I


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Thursday, July 19, 1906. n

ST. AND)REW

PRICES CURRENT
GROCERIFS.
4ngar, Ilb Tea, I t,
Granulated.....6 He No....... 55
Col'ee,A, ..... .51 Gunipowder.. 40
t brIown;..:. 5 Uncol'd Jap.40-60(
.otl'iee, Goad milk, v can
1oreein .... 12@20 Unisweetu'a.l
Arlbuckle,ll 12-15 Sweetened .... 10
'*miner snaps 31b 25 Baking powder
'Jrackers,soda. 10 Royal ...... 50)
rohacco, plug 20a60) -ampbell...... 10
*laisinls Canned fruit
i ondon ayers.8-15 Peaches ... 10()a2
Vi iltia .. ... 8 'Tiomatoes.....Sal 2


t ic ( . At p p t es . . . . o
apples Pears ......... 1
Evaporated... 1 Plums ......... 10
DriedPeaches 8 Apricot ...... 101-20
)oal Oil pr gal.. .20 Strawberries. .. 20
gasoline ".. ....20 Pineapple ...10-20
7lorida Srutup... 50 Canned Meats
ioney .......75 ..Roast Beef... 12 1
Sinegar ........ 30 Corned Beef. 12%
COees pr lb-.... 18 Chipped Beef1O- 5
hitterr. 25-35 Lobster ..... 1o1/
Otleomrgerine.. 18 I Salmon... 10@15
ard........ 7-10 Canned Vegetables
eat s............ 5 Baked Beans... 1P
SocoAunit pkg. 1 Corn....... 10@ 5
ellHy, glass 10ai2) le as... ...... 10
time Juice ...... 4.5 L i'unpk i ... 12
Iggs per doz... '20
PlO'V i SONS.
p I'o rk
n ar of S'th4,, 2.35 Dp. ib ..... 11
Obelisk ...... 3.25 Bacon Sides.... 12
Uora Meal pm' bu'T0-60 Frest ....... 8110
Oat Meal pr lb. 5 Br'kf'st ac'n 16-22
Corn paer i .75,5(b Ham canv''s'd 15-20
ftatoes 8 Shoulders ..... 1 1
risli .... ... 1 40 Beef
Ialyriv I'se seed 1.60 Corned...... 8
Sweet.. ... 60@75 Fresh.. ...... S l0
malt, prsack.. .00 Dried .........
Table ........ 5 Milk pr t ...... i
11 HARDWARE.
Nails. uer 11,4>t, S Ax,witlH-hanudle. 75
,Galv wire do.6a>6 6es, each.. 35a50
ManillA rope...9ai2Gopper paint, can 50
R, lvea cook,..$8a251 Linseed oil,gal55@60
Pipe, per joint 18
S i)lRY GOODS,
6. 'nt po.r yd.. 5a c ....... 5a 5
SS', .a,,g 59 Fiznnel. ...... 1a40
Mu-li '... ..9al i'liread per spouol. 5
1,m 1" ..... 015 Shoes, ladies.$I117
-*" It1A iIt i' at 225 Men's. . 1 40a;{0o
S MISCELl.ANEOU S.
H.,y p.vsk% I .75al.u5 Oats pr 1eiz....... ti0
S "r.an .... 1.25 li k pr M.. .. 13.0
l.pe Sni. in .. ..7@9 Lime r ... il... 7
S -ttUIT Aind NUTS.
- z'aiiorges pr do.. 45 Pecans r t..... I
:Apple ......:. 15 Walnuts ........ 2
.e , ii':.u .. .. ... 0 Alnro>m|dt ....... 15
.S / 1'o itE S
I V' i i sii Vll Ir I ',tI00 1.5- Ope iCd pir . 20c
S" 1,I VIE STOCK.-

M ule. 75 logs... .. i3tl, t
'istemri y
... in *. mi"i I) U i ".*. 25


I,|Itlh prr 1 gf. 'e, i nulel pr l 5.50
Sr.nl .... .. 25 Ti. At........ .50
,,,i,.,iim ni p< l 6 P'on pano.: .. 10.00


Stimr.g eoi ...... .... I it. 1 Mii ci . . ... '
,UM BER.


stourtlig

Satp "10.00
Bel nmilo'.8 ((o1'2
Iat t 111 uglee' 25(
9AP 1.50(


Ceiling.
Heart, ,1 ... .$14.01
Face ... 12.00
Sap ... 10.0
Cl l, ofUards,
it') x(; in. 1 ..4 1 1
l,'nishiing lure-
her, d.. ~$i-2( 5.0t
lath "l i . ... 2.4(0
lBoat lumhi 1 er,
-.1 d.... $2e0


; How'S This 'V
We ut-er One Jiundied D( llars li.ward_
or any ceL4c of Ciltarrh threat canui ho
cured iby Ci1ll's Uatarrli Cure.
F. J. CHENEY&CO., Props., Toledo,0.
We thp undersigned, have known l. J
C Uheney. fo ti the last 15 years, and belief,
nim perfectly holnoralle in all business
t transactions and qun.ancially able to carry
out any obligations made by their firm.
W eat &'Traux, Wholesale D uggists,
SToledo, 0.
Walding, Kiunan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
ci ing directly upon the blood ai.d mu
a ous surfaces of the system. Price, 75t
per bottle. Sold by all druggists,
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa.
io n.
A Wonderful Beta.
A very costly .bed wits built In Bom-
bay for a native ruler some years ago.
At the four corners were full sizeJ fig-
Ures. of Grecian maidens, the ones at
the top holding stringed Instruments,
while those at the foot bore in their
hands huge fans. Extending the full
length of the bed was a music box ca-
pable of playing for half an hour be-
fore the repertory of tune was ex-
hausted. The weight of the body set
this music box in motion, while at the
same time the figures at the head of the
bed fingered the strings of their Instru-
ments, while those at the foot waved
their fans,, a concealed motor furnish-
ing the power that kept the fans -oing
all night long.


BEST FOR THE

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







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


CROMANTON.
Special iRenorli to tlie I o..
l',ii in p ie, y'..

' ir. Bates le!t for St Louis on the
I Tarpou on the 13ih iinst., to work vl
I government work.
Robti Studebaker and little daugih
tcr,.Martha, left on the Tarpon last
week for Dayton, Ohio, to visit the old
home place.
J N Forbes caps the climax ii th
way of snap beans. He has them with
pods three feet long and reports them
as tender as auy of the dwarf varieties
Miss Bertha Hoskins, daughter ol
31. and Mrs F. W. HIoskins, who has
been quite sick with fever is improving
nicely and bids fair for an eamly re-
covery.
James Nsh. .who came from Fresno
Cal to get marred, got there, and
now lie gets uip and leaves his blide ol
a few weeks.
Will. Geddes shows up one of the
fitiest truck pIat''.es oi the bay, on
ground opened up the present season
Orange trees planted last season
ame looking fine.
The Origin of Sugar.
Sugar has been known since the dawn
of history, but not In all countries. The
Chinese appear to have delighted their
nalates with sugar for more than 3,000
years, and it was known in India ear-
lier than in Europe, being-made from
a juicy reed or cane. One of Alexan-
der the Great's generals carried sugar
to Greece in the year 325 B. C.. as Sir
Walter Raleigh some 2,000 years later
carried tobacco from Virginia to Eng-
land. But even so late as 150 A. D.
sugar was still a rarity in, Greece. The
famous physician Galen used it as a
remedy for certain maladies. Recenl
experiments show that sugar has re-
marktible sustaining power when eaten
by those undergoing great fatigue. The
Invention of the first process for refin-
ing sugar Is ascribedi to the Arabs, and
a Venetian merchant is said to have
purchased the secret from them and
introduced the process in Sicily. The
refining of sugar was first practiced in
England about 1059.

The Word "Row.0
"Row" 13is one of the many words
which are rising to' respectability with
advancing age. To.d's editlo.n of John-
son's dictionary (1527) denounced it a.t
"a very low expression." Since it ap-
pears to have been occasionally written
"roue" about a century ago some have
wished "to find its origin In the French
"roue." Todd identifies it with the
older "romu;:." a drunken bout, big
drinking glass or big drink. In which
sense that word several times occurs In
Shakespeaire. Hamlet observes that
"'the king doth wake tonight and takes
his r;use." "Row" is supposed to be a
false uignu ar for:rel if'om "*ro.;.,"
m'.....n ..-r a plural. s ".pea" for
"*;-. .... ." : "'.d -t .," rr ,,, ^-i, -' "
"'cherry" from 'ci in:'c: t, oerpli:,.: "row" as short for
"row-de-dow." an e::col(ent word for


no!'cie.


A Hard Lot


of troubles to contend with, spring
from a torpid liver and blockaded bow -
i els, unless you waken them to their
s proper action with Dr. King's New
Life Pills: the pleasantest and most ef-
fective cu'-e for constipation. They pre-
vent appendicitis and tono up the. sys-
I tem. 25c at A. H. Braka's store.
Ciai u:',. P'ri>-<- to ('Chrch.
When I viws exau;in'!h,u the church
leils of the IList l:iimg of Yorkshire
some yeors ag.) I c;name to a1 littleplace
cal;,-d F,)'d on, on the wolds between
SMelto:i anl Ir-ldlington. It was a very
pr';ii:vc r.'::'(-e. 'quite cut off from the
worlil. thl> few inhllhbitants hardly
knowing the road over the hilltop to
the next place northward. The di-
minutive building which serves as a
s church Is built uear the brow of the
Y hill. It has no tower, bell turret or
bell cot. On inquiry I found that it
had no bell. The parson came over
on horseback now and then from a
neighboring parish, tied up his' horse
outside the church, opened the door,
put on his surplice and then walked to
t. he top of the hill and cracked his whip
several times. "and then we knaws as
It's time ti gang ti chotch," said my
Informant on the spot.-London Notes
and Queries.
Saved His Comrade's Life.
"While rotuming from the Grand
Army Euclmpnmenta afrWashington City,
a comrade from Elgin,- 11l.' was taken
with cholera morbus and was ina critical
cond-tion," says J. E. .Houghland of El-
don. Iowa. "I gave him Chamberlaini's
Colic, Cholera raid Diarrhoea Remedy
and believe saved his life. I have been
engaged for icn yeais in immigration
work and conducted many parties to the
south and w st. I always carry this rom-
edy ai.d have used :it successfully oil
milatny occasions." Sold by all medicine
dealers.

Very few p r 'nl.; n:. t i.',::" ,
no)!ly i il i;' liir i!,tci sJ;'.(cii. .1
werdi:t i 'g fi'e -t Ir'--'.'iJh I:,i l. ; .'-in i''. ,
was c(illed ,'mci tiS i.oi o I. -,] :r ,
to the given tol 't, in spite of tie ft
that he had previously pleadedd to >1)
excused. Blushing to the roo!s of hi-.
hair, he rose to his feet. Iel itined,,
to Imply that he was unprepared f'iu
speech making, but. unfortunat- iy.
placed his hand upon the bride's shoul-
der and looked down at her as lie
stammered out his opening (and con-
cluding) words:
"This--er-thing has been thrust up-
on me."--London Tit-Bits.

Mother Gray's SweetFowders or Chil-
dren. Successfully used by Mother'
Gray. nurse in the Children's Home in
New York, cure feverishness, bad stom
a(h. teething disorders, move and rea--
uL:tle the bowels and dost'oy worms.
nore th :n 30,000 testimonials, They
never fail. At all druggists, 25c. S in-
oite lRi: Address Allen-S. Olhnsted.
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TOMPKINS.
Special repol't Ithe to io%,v.
Your reporter \V;I,-, -ick lai.- wr '\k
about the timnr thier shmo it i i it
)u | .ln a rewo I *ro" 1 |i t hli.nIIr I


to w n.
Our scho.i has thirty scholars o
. the roll and the indications are tha
t there will be forty before the wed
is over.
We have been reading about wha
V a Jimdandv time was had on thi
Fourth h omn the diffleent parts c
thle bay; but when it coneds to lav
ing a real enjoyable time, the onl
place I know in this world is a
TIompkins, in Blampied's Pal k
There were a fiw people that Cmull
lnot leave to go to Panama City, s(
we got together, about twenty-five ii
nnmhber and had a most glorions timn
in Blampied 'Park. The day \,as perm
feet and munic was furnished b!)
Capt. F. H. Ware with his new\
graphoplione, which was the contem
of the attraction of the davi Theire
was plenty of ice cool lemonade, anid
to cap tlie climax the e were plenty ol
good things to eat, with a table stunt
enough to hold it up. Everything
passed off quietly and in order, with
the exception of a disagreement be-
twen two canines which lasted for
about half a minute.o
o Two ]anichl parties attended ser
vice at Gay, Sundlay. -
Our Sunday school is improving.


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This remedy is famous for its cures over
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given as confidently to a baby as to an adult
Price 25 cts; Large Size, 50 cts.


Pcir.sonail.
Lee Willett. for many years a well-
kimwni citiz-in oif SL. Andrew, now
natV ng lii, iLo1me in ceuIrial Lou si. ia,
8s wiih .,s agaiti or a tfme in the hope
uol ri aiming his heaitih, wll c; i cutn-
aidurably impaired from his bevera
yoars residence in Louisiana.
G. W. Earushaw, the plomuoter o
the St. Andrew Ice & Water Co.,
who has been spending several days in
St. Andrew has gone, now to tihe
headquarters of the company to sil-
peiintend the drawing ot the plans
and specifications for thie p aut.
E. S. Prows. io ,Jacks eiiviile,
tla., is visiting his parents, Mr. and
4lrs. 8. C. Prows, at tle Watson
Bayou home, near Miliville, for a fevw
weeks. Mrs. 6. U. Prows also ro-
ttirned troma a quite lengthy visi1
with her daughter, Mrs. J. G. Juhln-
ton at Baintiridge, Ga.

How a Fire May Start.
The ease with which a fire may be
started and the apparently inexplicable
causes which may produce, one are
both emphasized by a happening'In nat
uiptown house last week. The mistress
of the house was seated in the exten-
sion parlor iff the afternoon alone and
perfectly quiet, when without warning
a hanging boo k.1helf broke from Its fas-
tcningi and sliippcl to the floor. On its
way it struck a small table standing
beneath it and knocked over a box of
matches, igniting two or three of them.
These flew off, oue touching the light
gauze scarf which had hung from the
table, which fell blazing against the
lace curtain near by. The frightened
screams of the mistress brought a serv-
ant. a4nd it took energetic measures on
the part of the two women to extin-
guish the rapidly spreading fire. Had
the room been untenanted, as it had
been all the morning and would have
been again fifteen minutes later% it
would have been a case of fire depart-
ment 'succor to have saved the house.-
New York Post.

Finger Rings Among the Ancients.
The hands of female mummies found
In the tombs of Egypt are literally cov-
ered with rings, -in many instances
there being from two to six on every
finger. In some cases these ornaments
are composed wholly of gold, but in
others, 'which probably represent all
that Is left of some poor man's wife or
daughter, the rings are brass, glass or
pottery wdft'e. According to Josephus
a4 RHerodotus, the Chaldeans and Per-
sians and the Babylonians were al
very fond of rings and other personal
ornaments.
Bowel Complaint il Children.
During the suipmer months children.
are subject to disorders of the 1bbwels


T E e n ot"" re i.whi,'h should receive careful attention as
The fourft"e-,c-aor-,oldl sol of 'a re t -., f , *
l Tw ,' c ir -w r _- ,of a 'soon as tlhe firsi unnatural ioosetmIes o .
"pctabae Ye. n .'. aw ..: hm-1 ,. I I . 0
,elf the otr r'diay. -fr-t note a the lowel 'appe. is The- 1l, t mn. iaci i,

nore (curiosity. 1 could! no, t h.'lh mn l.1i'i'a ColicN Chioler' i nad Di,.rA Io .-i


-elf. I _a.'l to find out what they were
doing In thetheher worid."--Jewishi
World.
BIrnte. dtie ''aintenon.
Once when Mine. de Maintenon, who
had risen -from the gutter to grandeur,
was looking pensively in the golden
p.pol at Verstillies her companion, not-
ing the fish in the crystal water, ob-
served, "How langaid the carp are."
"Yes," replied the famous beauty, with
a sigh, "they are like me; they milss
their mud."
Only 82 Years Old.
"I am only 82 years old a:d don't ex-
pect even when I -cet to be real old to
feel that way as long as I can get Elec-
tric Bitters say, Mrs E. H. Brunsun'
of Dublin, Ga. Surely there's nothing
else keeps the old so young; and makes
the weak as strong as this -rand tonic
medicine. Dyspensia, torpid liver, it,-
flamed kidneys or clihronic constipation
are unknown after taking Electric Bit-
ters, a reasonable time. Guaranteed
by A. H.Brake Price. 50 cents.
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iRemedy as it promptly controls any, ui. -
nalra'l lqesenel'- of the bowels. For sale
by al'I midei iedealers.


In the little t i'a st:i at' of' I
mania it has been tae cl:. toni T'o:
time lin :cmorid! for t'.'.-,'ns 1;y ta,
river Danube tJ keep the ('lhr::r;:
feast by a peculiar cer'emony.al c!,d
"blessing the river." Thi;s used to be-.
carried out ou a sc:"lok]' ng erected on
the frozen river, but owing to au acci-
dent, when the ice broke, and hun-
dreds of people were drowned, it is
now held upon the bank. The people
wear turbans of colored paper and car-
ry long, white wauds. Some are dress-
ed to represent Biblical characters.
The service, conducted by priests, lasts
about half an hour, and then the ice is
broken and a small wooden cross
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give it something to live on.
Then It will stop falling, and
will grow long and heavy.
Ayer's Hair Vigor is the only
genuine hair-food you can
buy. It gives new life to the
hair-bulbs. You save what
hair you have, and get more,
too. And it keeps t'he scalp
clean and healthy.
S The best kind of a testimonial-
S"Sbld for over sixty yoars."
M Madoby C. Ay rrCo.,. T-owll, Mase.
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LA T i iC S 0 C. I'ECTORAL.

EARLY CAUIFORNIA SH IPS."
How Commerce Grew Ip Pioneer
Days o4 the Golde State.
The first European vessel to enter
the port of San Fraucisco of which
there is any record was the Eagle. In
1816, commanded by Captain William
H. Davis. She sailed from Boton vlfi
the Sandwich Islands anJ Alaika. Sh(-
carried an assortment of go_>:lis w\vul
were a revelation to the iat'vevi. .an_
their garments of skins a.n.l hides were
-ubstituted by the (.l.?thi!,g of elvi!.-,
tion. Payments were nmade In hi'ide
taijow, soap and li.h. The IEnIgle tLr.
qbeamaie engaged In the se otter tr:ib'
.ind was very su.e -'l. as oti -r-
vere plentiful In San I'r. ncieso I e,
iwl all along the eoast. She mad'
h'ee trips, netting i ,linrl .'..Mi )t or
i'.ch tr!p. This ptIlumulaled other-s, nud
.his discovery no doubt give an g in
nAtus to commerce whih miiade thi-
port known to the world.
Cominmerce In those day:., of mniinn
was carried on in wI.:,.t mni.g;t be te.-u,
d1 a "free and ea-'jy" winneir. Or
Miny articles the duty was In) Opoi
ceut, which, practically a:nlountfl t.
confiscation or made sGiii-xgji g ueces
sary in self defense. Tli' Mexician of
(i"ci;,,s generirally op,-ned the door. Fre
quently vessels were perrmlttedl t.: ) as-
Monteiey, the port of ontr:., :.,iug ti
Yerba Buena, and. after selling a.
amuch of the cargo :i.s -3llble, to re
turn to Monterey for entry and dis
pose of the remainder.
The shippers were not sworn as te
the value of thecargo. The gave fic
titious invoices and by tii: Uean-
would get off on the payment of $5.001
oa a 3$20,0C9 (argo.
It becanie so customary to swindlh
the government as scarcely to exciti
comment, e..cept in cases where good
wero concealed in frae inngs of tih
veqselli and the govern.ueLnt officially
vOre outwlte.!.
..... ^ t tr "^T.'ffv '
,WVuter thieves are not u.rdique. Their
pro:et:ps (:in' at least as long age
as 1470. At that time a Loudo4ei
wrote: "This yore a wax chinndler it
Flete strote had lNi craft pertel a -
of the conc it withinne the ground, an(d
so- conve!d the water into his selar,
wherefor he was JugLd to ride thruglh
the Citee with a condit upon hiW
hedde." There were other difficulties
too. A century later (1574) it Is re
corded that owing to a sudden shower
of rain the water in the Dowgate chan-
nel "hnd such a swift course that a lad
mInding to have leapt over it. was
taken by the feet and borne down will
the violence of that narrow stream til:
hd came against a cart wheel that stood

in the water gate, before which time
he was drowned and stark dead."


LEGAL NOTICES.


thrownu UIo ie wate -. ineu p,.,e Notice of Application for Tax
rush into the Icy river after this em- Dee(d
blem, and the person who secures it i Under Section 8 of Clhaptecr 4888 Laws of
supposed to be assured of great good Florida
luck for the coming year. Notice is hereby given that A. E.
Register, purchaser ot Tax Certificates
S i i lN os, 127, 152, 158, 163 and 16.5, date the
VIRGINIA COLLEGE 6th day of June, A. 0., 1904, has filed said
For YOUNG LADIES, Roanoke, Va. certificates in my office, and has made
OpeunsSept 25,1506. Oneoftheleading Schoolsapplication fr tax deed to issue i accord-
for Young Ladies in the South. New buildings, id-
pianos andequipment. Campusten acres. Grand ance With law. Said certificates embr.tce
mountain scenery in Valley of Virginia, famed the allowing described property situated
for health. European and American teachers. t p site
Full course. Conservatory advantages in Art, in Washiniton c)unly, Florida, to-wi:
Music and Elocution. Certificates Wellesley. Block 32 of the nti sec. 5, tp. 4s i. 14 w;
Students from 30 States. For catalogue address
MATTIE P. HARRIS, President, Roanoke Va. Lots 10, blk 3; 13, blk 13; w lot 1, blk 26:'
Mas.GERTRUDEHARRISBOATWILGHTVice.Pres. lots 13 and 14, blk 31 of those s of sec. 25,
SA--E .--, tp 3s, r. 15w. The said land being as-
PARKER'S essed at the date of the issuance of such
T HAIQ BALSAM
aCinsens and beAuifies the hair. r ificates in the iame of Wnm. Stan bur).
i Promotes a luxuriint growth. Uiss said certificates shall le iedeeiuod
iBllaB^ Nlever Fails to restore Gray
Ht air to its Youthful Color, according to law, tax deed will issue
e candi.(s Dru ilingist thereon on the 23d day of August, A. D.
1906.
0 Witness my official signature and seal
_L .] this the 13th day of July, A v.
S1906. W. C. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Uour
of Washinigtoni County, Florid .


Contractilng BilHder andi WVorteor in Wjo.


Factory on Bay Front, near Washington Ave.,

ST. ANDREW, FLA.,
Is Prepared to Build Houses, Launches, Boats Etc.

Factory Equipped with Engine and Modern Machinery
FOR THE MANUFA(\('URE OF

Mouldings, Coffins, Stair-Building, Etc.


Estimates Cheerfully Furnished.


Dow Some miu,-a ti arry.
Statistics compiledI ly uulthori'ities o01
the con::LtinA of thIe d('a:f ranid '6nud in
this country present one s:i: ii:lQart
fact In .r-eg!'ard to the inc trta i; ;:f
fair. of that bo('y of eitlzens. It is re-
vealed therein thl.t whi eO many wo;'.-n
deprived of the power of s.,Jecch lr' ve
been sought in marriage by n.e: whose
five senses were i:ulmp:tired only a few
women whose tongues wero in good
working order have consented to t:e
themaeives to mIen who could not hear
what was being said. Cynics find In
these revelations nattler for m:iuhy caun-
tic diatribes pertaining to the counver-
sational and listening powers of the
sexes. Whether or not these sarcastic
observations contain an explanation of
the comparative willingness and un-
willingness of men and women to mar-
ry mutes Is a question, but the fact re-
mauins.
Hits Practical View.
A certain sweet faced grandmother
la sometimes startled by the up-to date-
ness of her grandchildren. The other
day she was telling the youngest of
them, a boy five years old, the story of
Lot. She showed him the pictures of
the wicked cities of the plains envel-
oped in the fire from heaven. The lit-
tie chm:p gazed at the pictured conula-
-.r,l ion a! ud then asked.
"Were they insured'?" New Yorkm
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No. 2 -No. 4 N
11:05 p.m. 12:35p. m. Loave-. Pnsanola Arrive 4:0
6:15 a.m. 6-30 Arrive Montgome.iy Leave 11:1
11:59 9.. Birmingham "' 8:3
2:30 ,s 8:50 a m Louisville '" b:l
7:20 l.. Cincinati 6:0
7:20 p.m 1:30 p.m St.Louis 4:1l
PESNACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION
No. 21 No ? No. 2
Daily. Dainy. Daily.
11:55 p.m. "00 a m. Lv Pensacola. Ar 10:50
12:15 n't P:1o Bohemia. 10:37
12:20 :1 Yniestra. 10:34
12:23 *7:18 ** Escambia. 10:82
12:35 7:25 Mulat 10:23
12:39 7:28 Harp 10:21
12-50 7:35 Gait City 10:15
12:58 "' 7:39 Miltou 10:10
1:30 a. n .... Good Range ....
1:55 8:15 Holt, 9:35
2:20 8:30 Milliean 9:20
2;33 8:38 Crestview o:13
3:00 8:56 Deer Land 8:55
3:23 9:10 Mossy Head 8:40


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URIC ACID IN THE SYSTEM.
A. Medical Opinion on This Poe to
Health and Life.
Haig holds that the man of average
weight elaborates twelve grains of uric
acid In twenty-four hours, and woe be-
tide him If bhe does not excrete the full
amount with due celerity. A little re-
tained uric acid will give rise to head-
ache, lethargy and mental depression.
A greater retention will give rise to
arthritis, lumbago and sciatica. The
uric acid miser will end his days
through bronchitis, Bright's disease,
apoplexy, diabetes or cancer. Man
cannot avoid his fate and cease being
a uric acid producer. lie can avoid,
to some degree, swallowing the wretch-
ed stuff. What he cannot avoid swal-
lowing he can, with care, excrete. It
man had been wise and had continued
to live where he belongs, near the
equator, and had fed on fruit and nuts
all might have been well. But, having
wandered from the tropics, he must be
wise or perish. Here are the rules
that ona must follow to be healthy and
live long: First, swallow no uric acid
and pass out each day regularly and
punctually all that Is formed in the
body. Second, excretion of uric acid
may be obtained by clothing warmly,
by avoiding exposure to cold in every
way (the morning cold tub is an espe- F
clal abomination), by eating freely of
potatoes (especially In cold weather)
and by avoiding fruits. Bicarbonate


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of suoAuin, nigut ana morning. ror peo-
ple who live in a clthi;'te similar to
London's is a fine habit. In addition
to a l this, it "!s also advisable to se-
cure the ip:.pcr (distrib:ntion of tihoe
between bo"lvy anid mncUtal exertion
and to tjisp)ense with de'pndence on
topics, stinruhints il1ld bncinug ell-
niates."-New York Mtedical Journal.

The Late Stranner.
An attorney In In Philadelphia who
makes a specialty of proset-utlng suits
against r:all'vay companies growIng out
of injuries due to incidents on the line
tells of the trouble experienced in the
cross eNamniniatioin of an Irish witness.
This witnevs had evidently been care-
fully coached by counsel fur the com-
pany, for when thie que;tlon was put to
him. "Was ti'e man fouud on the track
a total stranger?'" the wary Celt re-t
piled:
"I shOuild say not, sr. Spen' that'
his left leg was gone. I should say, sir,
that he were a partial atranger."-Wo-
man's liHome Companion.
OQ'ffe na m:,(-u',cfion.
"If yo'i will be very careful to eat
.a f'.ol." .i,., 'ihe physician. "Jii
will cnj.)y v.rod healthh"
'If I h.ive to cat plain food." ans-
s-,;!ror l t'e eplt.ure. "I may br.vi- go.. I
I:e i.'. ?..,t I won't enjoy it."-Wa.lh-
ling:ou brr. ,

'Th v-".v of the worlJ is to Qia ',i'-- hit fol'nw < ft.f)m^:-Moittalnt


7 S he great rule of health-
Keep the bowels regular.
And the great medicine-P
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The IeaIl Tests.
"In he a tVhoroib'ply lionest man?"
"I don't know,"'''al.swr('l the muait.
from Mi.i.oiii. "I have trusted him
With hundrel of thousands of dolhlrs.
but I never trkil him with a book of
au tlmbr.llA."- Waalahigton Star.


Mny--I bj''e that Miss I'assey had
a proposal whbn she was sixteen.
Blaiche-Indeed? And the poor thing
*i so young and thoughtless that shell
dkld not accept?

, The oftener a man loses his temper
the toreolie has of it.--Galveaton News

LEGAL NOTICES,

Notice of Appliheation for Tax Deed
UUnder Seclioi. 8 of Chapter 4888
Laws f Florida,
Notice is lereliy given that McK.
Casphbell, 1Urchaser of Tax Oeitifinate
No.146, dated'the 6th day of JTune,;A. D.
1904, has filed said oertificate in my of-
fice, and has' :made uapplica ion for tax
deed to issue inkiecordnuce with law,
Said certifioat.. emliraces the follo.in ,
described oroperty situated in Washing-
ton county, Florida, to-wit: b5 acres in
Iot5,of section 14, tp 43, r. 14w; The
said land being assessed at the ,ste of thie
Jsauance of such ceitifieate in the namn
01 5UnLn',wn. Unless said. certificate
shall le red ned according to law. tax
deed will issue thereondon thue6ht day of
Angutt, A. D. 1906.
Witness my otlicia1 signature and stal
[L. s.] this tke 11th day of 4July, A. r.
1906. W.C HOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit C'urt,
Washington County, lorida.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENTT OF 'u'1 INTERIOR.
LAND OrFFICE AT1GAINESVILLE, FLA.,
Juue ;8, 190d,
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowinj named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make fital proof in sup-
poIt of his c'lim, and that said proof
*vitl be made before the Clerk of the
Cirt'ut Court at Vernon, Fla., on Aug.
2,0 190b, v:z:
IM4NCIS M. DOUGLASS of Bnyhead,
Fla,
]d 30793 for the nwi of sec. 12. tp 2s,
r. 14w.
e snanmes the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
'Samuel Blampied, and Thomas C.
Nixon,ofTomnokins,Fla.. and lcnj.W.
.Saxon and Jmnes B. Gra,,t, of Bayhead,
nmon Fla. W.G. ROBINSON, Register
ikfr-:J4di1or s'ate aid.


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Sf notIc, without charge, in the
enti fc JImerlcan.
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A .MAV OF >ST. ANi)EKW Cl('Y
$)x50' itiheIl, cMiect ly plotted and
Allowing .ll the iIIre important
builling--im of' great vaine to any
one Contemnilatling purchasitihg i prl..
B;'ty in town. It covers abol,'t frHin
l1it o(if coast -lilie, e.xtend!ii-g east-
wa.vrd front I)yer's l',ii.t to mutil mu-
bracing Old St. Andrerws, with cor-
rulsajloninig territory in lail. Prie,
One Dollar, at the BUOY Office.
Also
A' SECI'ONAL MAP OF'I'HE ST.
ANCREWS BAY COJUN rIY,
MShowing all thl laiils disposed of 1>i
thile Cincininati Comnphny, also locate-
Harrison, Pathker, Cromin tonit amd
adjacel)t country. The plit of'th,
Iuts iS not shown. hut by the aid ol
ritis map the aliproxinmate lo-ation o'
any lct iN easily deltermied. 'Prie,
One Dollar, at the Bloy Officto
either smap will be asn't ly mail t(
any address or. receipt of tim price.


Our Clubbing List.
The BUOY ha-s made very 'tlleri l cliil
Aing arrangements with' a few of thle ver'
mes publications in the coliniiti- atind f,,i
he present can send for a whole year
1he BffO' anm
Detroit Free Press (twice-a-week
Iand Year Book).............. 1'7
The Fla T. U. & Citizen, daiily or -.$a 8.
do Semi weeklv,forml 5.,
Scientific American' .... 3
Farmer anl Fruit Grower'" ... 2 5:
Florida Agriculturist 2 5
do clublof 5, each ... 2 2:
Farm Journal, Phiilad'a, monthlly I i#
Cincinnati Enquirer twice a week,
8 large ainges each isise..... 1 75
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liouiSjia connection witlh tile BTOy, ad
dreams all ordoep, to I HE BRUOY,
St Andrse. Fla.

-For Sale!

We offer for sale a strip from the
south side of the north half of the
northwest quarter of section 10. town-
ship 4 south, range 14 west, running
from- the school house to Watson bayou,
adjoining MiUville on the south. Will be
Pnld in acre, quarter, or half-acre lots.
The price asked will be according to
I.n+ation- W A 1MMONS. &- CfO


I LEGAL NOTICES.


T' stlitnt o to Pr I Jsrsuals.
On llywiioluthi 1;II .lnAI IAs 11ua impose
',- U:iU to t1he piiogrinia. 11 I)'se If--
g'*.itiiti and s Knp',rt.i a seated fniura at
;Iaeh ot' the four corners with eyes
seairching the surrounding country,
while a woman's figure crowns the top.
On the pedestal ts Inscribed the name
oftvery man, woman and child that
came over in the Mayflower.-St. Nich-
olas.

LEGAL. NOTICES.


NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
Land Oflice at Gainesville, Fla.
May 14-, 1906.
Soticce is hereby given that tie follow-
ing named settler has filed notice of hi*
in mention to make commutation proof in
suplpot t of his claim, atd that.said proof
will be maire before the clerk of the cir-
cuilt ourt at Vernon, Fia., on July 20,
1906, viz.:
OIHARLEY MOORE of Westbav, Fla
Hd 32326, forIhe w, of swi of sec. 10;
and e4 of scj4 ef sec. 9, tp. *2s, r. Itw..
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz.:
Linsmy Buchan n, Abiah L. McKlnney,
Lewis Anderson and Clint Moore, all of
Westbay, Fla.
W.'1 RowI.NsoN, Registre.
P'WEditor's fee onid.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DERUAIlTMENT OF Till- INTERIOR.
Land Office at G ,inesville, Fla.d
June 4, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, anud ,tlat said proof will lc
iladtd before Hie clerk of the circuit coutp
at Vernon, Fla., on July 20. 1906. viz.:
JOHN B BROWN, of Benneti, Fin.
-Hd 30676, for ethe ei of swi, swi of set
of see 18, and twi of uei of sec. 19, tp
Is, p 13w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultiv lion of said labd, viz.:
W A i'inckiiey, J L, Mashburn, J 1
Mashbupn and J Mashbur:n, all of Ben-
nrott, F In. W. G. Rosel2soN, Register.
4OEditor's fee paid.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. )
June 4, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing-named settler has tiled notice of
her intention to make final proof in
support of hre claim,' and that said
proof will be made before the clerk of
the circuit epurt at Vernon, Fla,, on
July 2",. 1906, viz.:
LOUISIANA F. uOX,' widow of Sam-
uel B. Cox, deceased, ol BenAett,
Fla.
Hd No;. 30185 for the ey of set of see.
12and ci of ne* of sec, 13, tp.ls, r.
13w.
She names the following witnesses to
prove he,- continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
W A Pinckney, J B Brown, J
Mashburn and J. M. Porter, jp:, all of
SBnnett, Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
1WEditor's fee paid.

Notice of Application for Tax
Deed
Under'Sectioni 8of Ot'apter 4888,. Laws of
Florida.
No' ice is hereby given that Jeff Davi&,
purchaser 'f'Tak- OMM,.Noa. 13
snd 114, dated the 6th day pf Jun A, AU.
1j04, hts filed said certificates in "'y of-
fie, and has made application for tax
deed tQ issue in accordance with law.
Said certificates embrace the followingg
described property situated in Washing-
toti county, Florida, to-wit: 'ive acres in
the wi of swl and 51 acre in ei of swY4
of sec. 35 3s, r. 14w. The said land
being assessed at the date of tlhe issuance
of such certificate in the.name of -
'-Owens" and Unknown. Unless said cer,
iificates shall be redeemed according to
.lw.ltax deed will issue thereon on the
26th day of July, A. D. 1905.
Witness my official signature aud s al
[L S.I this the 16th day of June,
A. P. 1906 -
W.C. LOCKEY,,
Clerk Circuiti Jourt,

Notice of AIplication for 'L'ax
Deed
Undcr Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of
Florida.
Notice is herebvgiver, that 2 R Brooke,
purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 125, dat-
ed tihe 6th dav of Jaune A. n. 1904, has
filed said certificit in my office, and has
made application for tax deed to issue in
accordance with ltw. Said certificate cm-
biaes the following described property
*.situated *in Washington county Florida,
to-wit: s3, of sw14 less 15 acres of sec-
tion 4, t.p..4s, r. 14w. containing 65 acres,
more or less. The said land being assess-
ed at the 'ate of the issuar ce of such cer-
tificaeta L. thename ofR. E Howard, est.
Uniless said certificate shall be redeemed
according to lhvw, tax deed .will issue
thereon on the 261hday of July, A. D.
1906.
Witness nay official imsnaturc and seal
[L. s.] thiisthe 20tth day of June, A. D.
1906. W. C. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Cowrt,
Washington County, Florida.
Notice of AIptication for Tax
Deed,
U.der Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Laws of
Florida.
Notice is hereby given that Mrs. Fan-
uie Tomnpkins, purchaser of Tax Certif-
cale No. 92, ,dated the 6th dayeof June,
A, n. 19'4, has filed said certifieatte ir tiy


office, and has made application, for tax
,deed to issue in acco-dance with law.
- Said certificate embraces the following
d-scribed property situated in Washing-
ton county, Floaida, to-wit: ne1e of n-a.
"e,. of nwi, ei. of it e of see 4, tp. 3.s, r.
13w. The said land beinemg assessed at
the date of the issuance ofsuch certificate
in the ntme of Unknown. Unless said
certificate *hall le redeemed according to
:aw.- tax deed will iasne Ihereon on the
26th d;.y of July, A. 19)6'.
\Vi'ness my official signature and seal
[ L. .]1 this tl.e 7th day of June, A. D.
1906. W.C. LOCUKFY,
Clerk Circuit. Court
of Washington County, Florida.

Notice ot Executors,
(Of Final Snttlhment.)
I(n Court of County Judge, State of Flor-
ida. it re Estate of R. F. Brackin.
Washington Countv..
Notice is herehy Liven, to all whom it
may ,.onlcerl, that on the 1st duty of Sep-
tember, A. a). 1906, we shall apply to thin
Honorable J. R. Wells, Judge of said
Court, as Judge of Probate, for our fi::.il
discharge as executrix and executor of
the estate of R. F. Bracki, deceased
and at the same time we will present to'
said court our filal accounts as,exccutri
and executor of said estate and ask for
their approval.
Dated Feb. 6 h, A. n., 1906.
Y'ACUL:L M. K.ACKIN,
Executrix.
C'HA'-.rF E. l!RACKIN,
Executor.


NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
Land office at Gainesville, Fla.
June 18, 1906.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has tiled notice of
his intention to make commntation
proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will be mad6 before clerk of
the circuit court at Vernon, Fia., on
Aug. 20, 1906, viz:'
SIDNEY S. SANDERS of Fountain,
Fla.,
Hd No. 35075, forth wi of nwi of sec.
4 aed ei of nei of sec. 5, tp. Is, r. 12w.
He names the folio .ing witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Mathew aixon, iii McLeod and
Gvoree Ellis of Eountuin, Fla., and Jas.
Waidcn of Nixon, Fla.
W, G. ROBINSON, Re ;[, to '. *
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.a
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
Land Office at Gainesville, Fin,
June 18; 1906. I
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his ituention to make commutatioan
proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before the Clerk
of the Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla.,
on Aug. 20, 1906, viz.,
JAMES WALDEN, of Nixon, Fla,
Hd 33716, for the ni o f set and ni of swi
of sec 30, tp. In, r'. 1% w.
He names the following witness s to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
Mathew Nixon S. S Sanders, Wyvley
Tyson and Thomas McBride, all of
Fountain. Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
NOTrlE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
June 18 1906.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
nis intention to make final proof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said proof
will be -made before the clerk of the
circuit court at Vernon, Fla., on Aug.
20, 1906, viz:
ELAM C. FREE, of Nixon. Fla.
Hd 30184 for the ei of nw+ and nwi of
nei of sec. 36, tp Is, r. 12w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his- continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Robert Nixon, Richard A. Rowell,
James Nixun. and C. McInnis of Nixon,
Fla. W. G. ROSINSON, Register

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
LAND,OFFICE AT GAINJSVILLE,PLA.,)
Ji'n, 18, 1906.
Notice is hereby given that the foltow-
aig-nanied settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in.support
of his claim,cand that said proof will be
made before the clerk of the circuit court
at Vernon, Fla. on Aug. 20, 1906, viz:
JOHN H. PORTER, of Econfina, Fla.
lid No. '29251 for the w) of the nwl4,
seY of inwi and swi of nei of sec 12.
ti r. ;3.v,
lie n.mes :the following witnesses to
prove his t ontinuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
Jesse M, Mashbnrn, Thos. L. Mash-
huuaIW,. A. ,''inckney and John B:
Brown, all of Econfina, Fla.
W. G. ROBINsoN, Register.
JlP'Editor's fee paid.
NO'VICE. FOR PUBLIjCATJON. .
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.,
LAND OFFICo AT GAINESVILLE, FLA.
June 4, 1906. "
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the Clerk of the
Circuit Court at Vernon, Fia., on July
20, 1906, viz:
JOSHUA MASH BURN of Bennett,Fla.
Hd 30610 for the si of sof of sec 1, and
ei oinei of sec 12. tp Is, r. 13 w.
He names the following witnesses to
pro'e his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
J M Porter, jr., W A Pinckney, J B
Brown and J L ,Mashburn. all of Bdn-
not, Fla. W. G. ROBINSON. lIegister.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
Land Office at Gainesville-, Fla. )
Jnue 4, 1906.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his ,intention to mtke commutation
proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before the clerk
of the circuit court at Ve, non, Fla. ,on
July 20th, 1906, viz:
ROSWELL W, GAY of Gay, Fla.
RId 33114 .for the w4 of nwj of see. 21,
twp 2s. r. l4w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
WJ Gurgainous, Charley H. Wil-
liams, S W Anderson and JE McKen-
zie, all of Anderson, Fla.'
W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
ITEditor's fee paid.


NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
Laud Office at Gainesvillo, Fla.
SJuine 4, 1906.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
her intention to make final proof in sup-
port of her claim, and that said proof
:will. be made before the Clerk of the
Circuit Court at Vernan, Fla., on July
20, 1906, viz:
HATTIE GREEN of Fountain,, Fla.
Hd 34496 for the Sc of s.Wi, ot sec 8 and
eo of sei of sec, 7 tp. 1-. r, 12w.
She namoishe following witnesses to
prove her continuous residence upon
aud cultivation of said land, viz.:
Will Ellisr'V/illiam. McCloud, Ella
Blackwell and G 'W Ellis, all-of Fount'
ain, Flu. W G. ROBINSON, Registar,.

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF' TILE INTERIOR.
LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLA.
May 14, 1906.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
her intention to make final proof in
support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the Clerk of
the Circuit Court at Vernon,. Fla,, on
July 20, 1906, viz:
,JAMES&B. GRANT, of Bayhead, Fla..,
Hd 30794 for theswi of net. n wv of set
and e.i of swl of sec 12, tp. 2s, r. 14w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continr.ous residence upon,
and cultivation of said laud, viz.;
W'- B Saxon, J. G. Younublood, of
Bayhead, Fla., and 0. C. Tompkina and
Henry Skirlock of Tompkins, Fla. -
W. G. ROBINSON, Register.

Cause and Efi'ecT.
Mrs. Dobson-Bridget told me she
saw Mr. and Mrs. Hobson going to
church this morning. I wonder what's
the matter? Mr. Dobsozn--Why. either
Mr. Hobson has bad another attack of
heart trouble or Mrs. Hobson has a
new hat.


CANDLES'

CANDIDACY

By Henry Berlinghoff

Copright, 105, bf P. C. Eastment
0 0
"Then you may get the senatorship?"
asked Marion. Candless gave a little
laugh.
"It ought to be better than that," he
declared. "Thit investigation will at-
tract attention all over the country. It
might even be good for the governor-
ship."
"But you won't get the senatorshiv
this election, will you?" persisted the
girl. Candles shook his head.
"We' are only fairly getting under
way," be explained patiently. "I sus-
pect the committee will sit after Christ-
mas."
"But I thought you were the whole
Investigation," she persisted. "Wbht
has the committee to do? Can't you
hurry It up?"
"I am only one of a committee of
"five," he said. "I am doing most of the
work, but these things cannot be hur-
ried."
"You know now that they nll stole,"
she persisted. ,
"But the facts must be legally set
forth. We cannot rush it through."
"I wish you could," she whispered.
"Then we could be married at once."
"I know it, dear," ihe answered ten.
derly. "I would give anything to hurry
it up, but we must wait."
Harrington, strolling across the ball-
room floor, heard and smiled as he
asked Candless for a ten minute chat.
The younger man went off, proud to be
seen in, conference with the man who
really ruled the destinies of his party.
Three months before Candless would
have shouted at the suggestion that he
might he sent to the senate from his
state. He was merely a young atter-
ney whose cleverness had gained for
hmin a place in the state legislature.
Then bad come the water front investi-
gation. Hie had been placed -on the
committee because the leaders suppos-
ed him to be "safe." To the surprise
of every one, he had developed an in-
genuity at cross examination which
had dragged out, bit by bit, the whole
miserable story of the steal of the wa-
ter front by the Cadiz and Southwest-
ern.
It had been no part of the leaders'
intentions that the story should come
-*'^t4'


"HA.RIINGTON HAS FIXED ALL THAT," HE
EXPLAINED.
out, but It was too late now to call off
the investigation. The public had been
aroused.
To Caudless It had seemed as if he
were very near his goal, for he was to
make Marion his wife when he had
made hisi way. Surely hi:s future was
assured. If only the investigation had
ended in time to run for the senator-
ship!.
IIe wondered as he followed IIarrilng-
t6n into the conservat.--y whether it
were too late. An hour Iittr, with
sparkling eyes, be eme-rge>d from the
confereAnce and5 sorU '; tie gr!l..
"Is it good mn'w,4 IIugh" a-he asked
as he led her toward the library.
"It coui'In't be tbtt;'!" he crted ox-
ultingly. "I'll give you th'-ee gnesses."
They were in.deio the' Ui.ary r &aV-. and
the ghrl faced him. "Is it the senator-
ship'," she half whispered.
Candles noAddcd as he ,seized her
about the waist Rlnd waltzm-d i-r across,
the floor to the l-;i'ar;y s-ofa. lie was
like a boy In h.: m exiberance.
'Tell me all al'out it." she demanded
as she curleet-' hersplf upon the soft.
"Was that what Mr. Ilarrington want-
ed of you?"
"Nothing less," exulted Candles". "It
has been decided that am the most
available candidate. 'Thry wil! run me
for the state senaPe. with the ansuranee
that I shall be sert to Wa-hhin'tou."
"You'll be awfully Iusy with the
campaign and th le investigations:." she
lamented. "I'm afraid I will not see
anything of you at all."
"Harringtoen has fixed all that," he
explained. "They realize that I cannot
handle both, so Varrick will take over
the investigation. I wanted to keep on,
but Harrington pointed out that I could
not do both and that this was too good
a chance at the senate to be lost."
"And are you going to give up the In-
vestigation." she gasped-"give up all
that has been gained?"
"Varrick can carry it on," he said im-
.patiently. "We have to make some
sacrifices."
"And you are going to give up the
tight before you have fairly begun?"
she repeated. "You are going to turn
your back on the investigation and let
that fall through that you may go to
Washington?"
"I told you Varrick would take my
place," he said irritably. Marion turned
and faced him. .
"Hugh," she said simply, "do you
really think that Mr. Varrick ivill take
your place?"


.'t ri p:.: I. bot:) h pat;' ;. "h- i
:!'i A T (i! j -'' l iaVon 'd 1't '. :
.iOwt w:' i;g awl t 'E yo uat you ba;i inix

"'W hat 0of ";" ,-.ll... ',,n1; C, !ll(_;.:n ,:S.
"*I' s:i(." went on Mri. "that
vo0.d;' w holw tl:'yv would blrie y
.i: tih t lre (i'd not t':.'k moIIi'n y (co
'o it. I va's Ipr'.Iad of you then. Iuf !
"'Vhy rmt now':" Lie asked cros.
"Is it any disgrace to be elected

"It[ Is a dngra.ei wIhen you t"rn yo
b)a-'k oi1 l he 1"t-"':e who look t0 yi
to right an evil-w!-:u you sell you'
honor for the nomAn:ition."
"Dut I am not seIiitg my bhoor." h.
i: tiA.'d. "I aiI yi!si i l.y oti-)' lg in
party's et1ll. I a]m dging, !Is I a!u told
for the best good of the partyy"
"Yolu r-ie;It il il 'iii ; i),. 4 fo (' -on .e-.
but tlihe good o' the pat'ly m ci ,us dt"-)
pin)g til iuvestigatUon."
"Vu'rrick will carry it o," lhe pe"
sisted.
"Not tl'he way you wouul!'. Fiftl ,
said that if you kept ou l!aring.to.
himself would lined inu Jnil. iugi
don't .ou. sc'C that t:wy are I:';)i:: you
ju-'t ua su-'dy a.y liit) W thley t ni i.,'a;.
oy in your h uils'i'"
"Tl.' girl v.wat'l,:l lWn rioI-lus.ly in
lio prang to hii feet andl I,"'.: to ,.)w
the floor. "or a (qui tor C 1' o "i i; .-i;
not'i,,g >'a;as sai d; thiel he t;.. t, ) i
abrupltiy.
"Ma:'aio'." he 3s4Id gu :',' "y'v, a :
right. In m~y l .oyv at !t;ijigy w s ,
I h;n,>' so c:'':'y i;n: .',i
lha veo bhli l.e.l myself t: t1" ri .Ii :
tlig of II;'ri:'Ingtou's o'or.. 1 ;; 1i;'
'iiit lie wvnt: l t- g'- t i:-I on t o.i.'
%v -"'y. I w:li gl o and t(l:i Itimi I will n
run."
Ie tcud'riv b ;t"i mr;'l ki.;s(ed I h'r. ,11
'rose to, his f'e't aut1 left the r)).:!.. v1 i:
the gi-'l ib ried i.' IWi.l iln t l' :ilow.
,a.-ri:,gto n pto'u ud ;iun th,;'(at' i'
but Candless wouli not b-.' i .. i:,
in tihe end wvr pas;. d through
roaos that tine u'tunsc)-'n.it Ui
Cables s wonil abanloit t hy in vestige:
tion -"vas premature.
Late that e'o: :ag. iafie' t:h gus.i,, s
had gone. Ca'jdl- In 're'. in the li-
brary for a goo l ni'ht Lhat. *"I'n.
sorry you r.'' d:ni')t'd, lIug:',"'
whispered 1:arioi, 'in:t we can \vait
deanr. until yonu lioiyo comess without
the taint of .us'5''on."
"'Yes," he said quietly, "evcn though
it mzay be a iwig wait I will keep in.y

"ng''.'," said Major Sharple,.:s, onter-
ing thiougi the cultiihtns, "I Adon't tliink
you need to wait. im,y boy. Y1au have
your triumph in being wliling to fore-
go perferinent for ynur d,:tyv. Tliat
is a far greater triu'-..Al than the'' "wvin-
ning of the senatou'ship. You nai: have
Marion whe-a'ever you want 1 er."
IIvgh turned to the girl. "i want i.hr
now," ie said quietly, "for my strength
iies in her."


tandsl" is tho fir.t al:n re.'
for' tlie (nby ("!iiwk iio;ey". ..
Is given b::y! "f'; l. i'-'i;" b.
to the buyer. :R-ittu i ii
thnce!( of the whou t.-
it ity p..ractico.ed t l?: .('ay. v/t ... .':,"Ai .
Eiw:-...iu!. 5 ut >it over.- im I. l.:
kn-ow fro6ni :i: i: :... .c- i :
whet virtu.," i.,s bI),,''i.,' :* it "-*
Greek-a m11ud lPrI s t(:,-0
ehaeol, Cri't c(...' i., -' ; ;I
"ot. lua d U;O *: ; i ;i0 r i!
Od ncoe of the he:i-'f i hr'" ': :.
Sdle g: indl tio.-v i'n ; ,' ;..
cI ur it r :ai "s sii "" ".
Otto Jahu says: "' !a o:"'... ,
dishwives, of I;l-rb.'k, .: .'
got h'mnd:eolj 1ro,. y" ; '; ,:'
they spat i1po' ft. 'Th:.'i -:- t.'mi
brings them i).,sodbieres :-:-' ";
will not toll the ra-e sea. ('," !' -
done to keiej) oef vt-;tche:'; ", "" "- ':, ,-4: I
tinigil is dcne by IImorlera i '- ," 't;. :1
by Italians. At liOrilinp.. :.. .
penny to a da't i, 'mte. t '',- :t -
o01 it, theT put it to )ii foin..,., a ,
lastly dcvo-.tly ( (.>..'ed rn'i. :': '-.o w ith it


precisely (,'x,''pt it a'ro.-. !:' i
do-.e lby io.der'i '' < 5l E ..i.a 'at
faroff 'eleI:es the tie :t'v, s;::t iu th
.mne way as a r-'ot'die rt'tn.-No
and Queries.

wAt irst te ,' 1 e ,' )'. s.
At first the o -t'h wi'- m '' a I


of a depsrt pi't il !;:,;1 w", ,,'; e ,;l :;'"
was used ;y I "p c!;'t a' o-.'('." 'S';
rarliest knoxil .use of' i '.I'o w.'xor'n ni;.at
occurs In lth r'cor o: .- vx.:
nmeationis ta; t 1:d1 ,;r-d VI. h.i 'o:i'-
i'.ianin or v : of i ti.oi, th'e as Ie !na; i
lik;exvit- o:f i:'.);: ,'" t. v:.) i t ,'lo pl.,n
inets of ead." T!...'.'; l -'t wat, i <'s I '.
read- ly b1 hi-i;;) ;.''' I ) i .'' .- )'t':i p:
rude executL:ln. .'nlw t; stt : a : t i'-n
l)rovimen'-t, tUi sI-'nMaa; iu iOi of sa'- : m
for weig.'h(:. vwa i-a 1,.',;). Tilhe, wR-'hii.
springs wer< r t co( : i t o):l!y
strai-ht pi<(.ces o" ta l. Ii r'., x-.. n- "L.s-
had only o:wi e ; ;i, ,'i- : ,-'' ianti
up twive a d.:y,. lth-.y o pet-ted to l:t1l :pim1- : r- i ::i 1;j en.
or twenty n ianulmi in 'lit twi"'c- hot.irs.
The dixl. ; wi."r- slA '' o' ', Thet
('SC' had i t no ':!,';- .it i i':t op.'.t(-' vt-
the back and i'froi:t and wre foa-r or
five Inches il diian)teo-r, A plinia e-cb
cost the equivrlti-t o~t .I',i(i in o;r' ,-'ir-
rent-y, and after" o-'o wais ordered it
took a year to n:::!ke it.

TrnIilng For Taxv-:oa.
It is not easy to Io:)')k : tairpoli while
trolling, for his ano,'ti irs very hIard.
says Jlianii A. t1imol Io ill C'O-ntriy Life
In America, and much s :i-l, nmayv doubt-
less here be shown. l:i tha I)!,'yitng of
the fish the work is about the same as in
still fishing save that .ao;e enar( must be
used, as the hook is probably not firnify
imbedded. An old flshernan told me that
he liked to be sure of his fish and so
preferred still fishing., but to my mind
it is one of the objections to) that meth-
od. Anotlhir anil ,FtrongMeri objection Is
the disturbance. e of my fec-linga. in think-
ing that I am pulling iagiilust a fish's
"In'ards." If the line does break the
chance of the vietitu'a being able to
free himself from the hook i problem
atical, while in trolling it is the work
of a minute after the strain is off the
line until a sore mouth is the only
symptom remaining." )

The Greek Symposium.
The Greek symposium was literally
"drinking together." but before the
drinking fully began there was a ban-
quet, more or less elaborate, as the
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bY lifi:-thehadles itiA boyto;r girl' of-ten
~~ 11 eiel tv:t-1, te lici glt of whIiich makes,
it theplmN i li"It of draft. It has five blades; I i!
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thiV IL.' tr-s o' f words o.-Iwti do as wi, say.'e
be-,.. io (O itaw''-prit-ed ttlet~key liousie and "the
'"-..~ u : '--ji':n. Whiskey Iv t'a 1 Innlitagaaltecio baiti.
: t 'nWl~itut~ud~t-, ate' iiftheyk4Ixiwhow-tiUey are too
V(,'. )zu,, ky i-t e ursae noteod fo-ruiniAng. bleninuug and
XX 11ar i turegauun, diOd wflisc'y aid liti Wa tert-u'tan
..0041ilr. Cuspe-'A I I Ytr-tr (OS" WIPtsACY, I.
ItOV! tIcly 1ion-St rCuOirACin the tmountainus ot
aji~ ~ :-~i-a. in c-. tr aiP.islllt wxasgulaadt by
!!P' _-, ,. --- P--a .111d -'15 CO to *G.4a
Si-' ~ ~ ~ A t' rV Mi itcy '1t-tl. W4 t-4-Ra Capitalo'S((,it
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y w-itltella you naurwor ni iVoo d -i jt .a ol ~d
-!, N,, xcc im(rtt W F t-ilQiintuis of'' 17.pc,.i
-~ ~ *'~'* t 4.) : t1'11,, bott t! -. f,1 INC C it One j8 old- a cork.
~ ~ It? II~(1iF c -alli f-i A2 J!5. t iiJOOis i-ellt W(
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Into. The .g..'.ts came in their best.
l've n old Socrates, Phlio tells vs in his
"I lgttntt" on Ca s ~tb'et. was not
above tail:i ,' lie (xtral- pans 'whl en
he w-I: invited out. S;'),-e oio met him1
Oine <'y itn l Ki l i"rk'". p'ilace, "'fresh
from thI *i;h Itt:,1 samme;'('." lleand as
the sight 'f tho :!ni.:i Is ..u.ua.l,
he ast k i .. xhuiicr he! ro was g or'i
that l.ho ws: so f;l ie. "To i banquet at
A 'i. I e. ir "h 1 I havoIe i

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:n 1 ; ;A 't :1 i ,'o >k it '- t
al;t ,'. '-:: ,-i' m ..... .1 ; ,',";- f>!r l 'a";f

tlte itt:' t lt .1 11' ,hi-
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Inte it ou-t.'' 1 o;' i i, t sl o ft atn


i!n jr i crl s ; "s;:t)i Idt' : t ib -
.vreate 1 in j t" e i. i 'o e i;): ..i- vvn:s
e f e':!.td e;,. :i t ::.e r. blit i;' fioce
inewt I; ITl :.'l to b: l it \vo a l;e foun d
hard ;n'i'; ;" ,;;, i, tii goodnlces hs aving
.ill boiled o::t of it.

AcaltI- t so a of ll int .
"Ye'i." ., tle : .). l)sp roiuS hr.vye'r Ihn
sputa.. ::. o1 a fi'r.e'n "I bial a long
wail li'f);' i ;:)t a;Ky -rac'tice'. but I
tni cm..rta.id,, satsthit<'t. now with my
profm"- iIl a:t.::i its e:nol int'nls.
"Ti'l e.arty "'.mysx, tlhe( wxai.tngt. for cli-
ents, Va'S h1ard., thOugh. xlay, do .\o t
know that I got so after awhile that
when I heard a footstep on the stairs 1
could t,'l ]ani.!Cy-ninue times out of
hundred whlati'er or not the person was
coinini:4 to 'lAy uiicel?"
'"' I, it it is strange," replied his
frientl. 'o :-r sientse of hearing must
luiV, i!.>( n1 ; ;ci' a !h, .".
"-:,': ;:- ::e'in tihati," repiietd the law
. ti:at I 'r" ,s'('r,' Iiot coin- IIg to lay ofiikme
>i t 1 i'; '." "':a tii.x ', out of a hunidre
V -' -', i.


HEAT AND LIGHT.
Ti' e [ ;;'.-E'-nc,' In th1, e I'enetrllatl|r
A-.4.it) ofi T' :it aiRay.s.
The :i::,s ui* Le't anC 1iLii-t are quite
in :ia0t,'l.e' ;' -aacih oier in ttheir abil-
Sto p'i. :at' ditterut. uListatncet,.
tio ii ~,a! ,'attn, glias. allows the sun's
i-ito I.i asmr t h.ougt g as readily as it
1,o--s !i, a s : of ligat, au:l that w.tiailut
i(';,-ii; l:m i !-" glass too. If tIe,.glass, he
;. 1; i ,- i i:: -ji: ; k, hL:>\wev 'trc ,\ the
ii., f i' i ,t ;t r a. r I- l I1, iu t the heat
." ,1 . ;, '. ;: -~'~ t' it a single
'" (' .a itie r'i. i '.lie latter phe-
t o .; :." i .'l ; i ioth.i hI. . a iit,
G l hN : ,t ri ; through wila-
I A'. : ..,r, i. t i as l '.i-rl. Oii2 ofl ti r
:,xtt-. l .,';'i 'olu. io. i N,) t s this,: Al-
' ? ; ; .l 1 ..I p:i.;s lthroush
\\,;;;f i i .- ) oC'i .;i" K'.te, ., atduiioil
i1 .a l lte- p nit;'e'-d iatum, which tm radik
y (L. .I i';ii!out i':hving the ileasta'
i!itli'i 1 !;, will a'irre.u th rays of heat
ro ;-mi:ni'i ;h ('- :.t(;it as to i atio:dt irnimedi
ii.: rii 'c i :;t '_'t:.-lure of the wa-
"': t.: ,a p o ia:-. del:i''..e yet thi- li:-.t
('0 !;;:1 ;(ma. [t as.;, t ;im' .g;'hi as lt.efo.e.
lt,., 1.'., l..-a :, a-lso transiaits both
1eale0 :a t 1; aiLt. IDr. I',ti-therland in "Ob-
serva;i.ii,s Upon t lie Itebergs of Baf-
fin's Bray' says-: ".er al pieces of
granite were found deeply imbedded
in ice without any communi'-atiouns
with out-ide air. These were all sur-
rounded with what might be termed
an atmosphere of water." The ex-
planation of such an oddity is this: The
heat passing through the lee had been
absorbed by the stones until their tem-
perature had been raised to a degree
gullicient to melt the ice around thep.,
Doubtful.
Client--Is there a cause so bad or an
individual so infamous that your serv-
ices could not be obtained? Lawyer
(thio'uightfully)--I cannot say offhand.
What have you been doing?--Londou
King.

Do not be afraid of night air. Fresh
nuilht air is better than stalet bottled
tlay air.


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