Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: February 20, 1908
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Volume ID: VID00267
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ST. ANDREWS,-, FLA.. FEB. 20. 190()


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OF1FCIAL, DIRECTORY.
t--l0,- SenatoiA-st district, S. R. Mal-
acola; 2d District, J. P.
:t* p' Jacksonville.
,* *$efttitveB-lst Dlstric, S. M.
Boarkhtan, Tampa; 2d District,
PtaMk Clark, Lake City; 3d District.
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
and Office-Register, W. G. Robin-
son; Receiver, H. B. Chubb, Gaines-
ville.
ltate-Governor, N. B. Uroward; See-
retary, H. C. Orawford; Treasurer,
W,. V. Knott; Attorpey-General, W.
H. Ellis; Comptroller, A, J. Groom;
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion, W. M. Holloway; Commission-
er of Agriculture, B. E. McLln.
State Senator, S. W. Clark, Blounts-
town.
KWashlngtnu Connty-Representative,
W. B. Lassitter, Vornon, County Judge,
J. R. Wells; Clerk of Court, County
~..g g, s...ganat 'N "'...W.ts iQ
Lockey; Sheriff. C. G. Alien, Vert
bon; Deputy, C, H. Danford; Tax
Collector, W. B. Gainer, Eoonflna;
Treasurer, H: B. Tiller, Vernon;
Tax Assessor, J. J. Wiliams, Chip-
ley; County Superintendent, B.
F. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Collins, Vernon; County Commis-
ioners, First District, Bbe Urooks;
Second District, Levi Vates;
Thlrd DistriV, S. LDav;s; Fourth.Dis-
trlot, P. N. Hutchson; Fifth District.
W. I Singletary-Justice of the
'Peace, .lohn Sturrock; No caries, W.
A. fEfmons, A. H. Brake.
School Dhfcltors, G. W. Surber, Sr.,
p. M. GriES, A. H. Brake; Postm s-
ter, W. M. Conely.
,anam aCity--Postmater, G. H, Mc-
Kenzie; Deputy Sheriff, Ai Hoge-
boom.
m,,,ie-Pdsetmaster, J. S. Melvin.
JustiqeofthePeace, G. M B. Harries.
Constable, J. H. Daffn.
iarker- ostmaster ?dn. M Boutelle"
Notjry PublieW. H. ParlNer.
CallawayiPostmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
i aLtoyU--Posimaster, dreww Allan.
auderson-Postmaster, S. W Auder-
son.
West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
.,ay- Potmist mtss,- Mrs. R. Gay. !
rompkinu--Postumastcr. Emery Tomp-
kipe
Baybead-Postmiaster, O. C. TompKis.
,; ook--PBostmaster, J. J. Vowler:
\Tetappo-Postmistres. Mrs. Dyer..
Marfee-PostmOiter, James M. Mulfee.
SCitouni '.County Cromanton--Postmaa-'
S'eyNora j.oskins.
Ftfi'fidale-Postmaester, W. F. WooW-
tord, ,
THE MAILS.
tw t uwlthe-o malls, via, Auderson,
ly,' 'a.Bay Head-aud Chipley departs
Severe day esept, Sanday at 3:W
-eto a.k a ., Lu'ives .everM, day ex-
u pt uaday at 7:,p. m. n
.t t' aii or .Harison, Millvile.,
0 baXtoti .a~ill',Ittaurt, C^6
*ratamaBE'.tij loavsA lt.


".-'g Bl1LI.GIOEIi. k
:'aptJt;- Vnislte Wyonfpg ave. tront-.
S 0 ,Park St. Servisea at 11 a. m. anti
*.; aip.-. uuda7ySchoolSverY Sul"
S ty t t10 a. m. Re. C. L. Joyuer
S.. pastor.
&j_1 tuod st Episcopal-- church Wasra-
iogton nve. and Chestnut st Suuday
school 9:30,a. m. every Sunday.
Rev. I'. Wideman. pastor.
resbyterlau--Chu ch corner Loraine
Ave. and Drake S1, Sunday school
a:30 a. m. every sunday, Join
r' Stur I oc, Supt.
t.atrhoi,--C-hurhu, corner Wyoming
Av. ;and lFostei St.

arker Lodge No. 142
..F. A.... LM-.
S leglulai C(omui nin-
t catIoisU oll thlo first
4 1'an.i third 'Satutrday
/ it each "nionthl.
/' VisititLg urothiers
SFRATERMALLY INVITED.
W. H. PARKER, W. IM.
R. E. PALMER, Secretarv
uUSINEss DIRECTOR .
W. A. EMMONS,
Notary
Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
affidavits, legalize acknowledg-
ments, etc., anywhere in Florida,
Special attention givai to land con-
vepLaces and marriage ceremony per-
formed for lawfully qualified parties.
Office an-the Buoy Ofice, St. Andrews
Bay. _____
,A. H. BRAKE,
.b Ory 'aii for State at large. Of
tfle at Store, corner :Of Loraine ave-
S ILIC and Cininnati S, All Notarial
Swork.solicited' and given prompt at-
teution
JOHUI STURROCK,
Justice ot tile Peae, Dist. No. 5.
Office at residence iaWest End, St.
Andrews; but carries his seal with,
him at his business and is prepared to
apply his jurat to instruments, wher-
ever found. Attends to official busi-
ness in his jurisdiction. Collections a.
specialty.
,Dir. W. G. MITCHELL.
hysiciau autd Druggist, Commerce St:,
east of Bayvie-v, offers his profes-
sioual services to the citizens of St.
Anderews and vicinity. Residence on
'.uena :Visia a-venue.
UD. J. J. KESTER,
Sd-omwoeopatbic Physician and Accott-
eheur. Office Pioueer Drug Store,
W. I, PARKER,
Neta.ry Puulle for the State of Flor-
it" a at Large. Otfice at Parker, Fla.
Couveyancing and payment of taxes
for uoin-rei deints. specialties
oil

m:,tl a n!f d ru'eitntscenlt. 1 an
-," ',,f' ..t I i u \v' J lihad been to the
racs.- Wi -.:", Star.

Avi'd imultiplicity of. business. The
imar or one- thiug Is the man of suc-
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PUBUSHED EVERY THURSDAY Over $87:000,000 of depositors
AT ST. ANDREW, FLA. mouey is tied up in closed banks


One IDollar a Year in AclVance.

Entered' Sept 3. 19' 2, at St. Andrew,
Fla., as second, class matter, under
Act at Congr 's of March 3. IHt9.


WILLIAM A. EMMONS,
P HO 0 R I ETO R.
Display ad. rates, bOc. per inch per
month. Position and extraordinary
condition rates subject to special
aireemnent.
"Local Drift "5c per line, first inser-
tion; 2jp each sibsequei.t. Display
locaLladouble aboveujtes. j.
... . -. "
If this p;raIgraph i- checked with
bliu pencil it isa reminder thai xour
iinbscription has expired and that two
oi three extra Inum!ber, n j'l ;'I e ten
YOU that no ,hr0 l1 Ll~ : *iccr!' should
vou choo--e to renew.

DEMOCRATIC HARMONY.
SThe nearest approach to harmo-
ny where it is most needed in the
democratic party has been exhibit
itei by the unterrified democracy
of New Jersey. .The leaders of all
factions joined together in a ban-
qu.t at the Auditorium in Newark
in honor of State Chairman Robert
S. Hudspeth who made the fight in
tle last campaign. Aside from the
tribute to the chairman, the object
of he gathering of the 400 leaders
oft heparty from all sections of the
state \wa: to get toger for the re-
demption of New Jersey. Success
attetided these efforts, for the
names of Bryan, Harmon, Johnson,
GPav, C'ulberson and Daniel were
mentioned and cheered with appar-
ent impartiality. Harmony and
victory were the keynote to. all the
spee'lhes
As New Jersey, like New York,
is necessary to -success in the com-
ing carpal n,-thiJ hopeful outlook
for all democrats uniting forthe
support.of aiy ticket that may be
nominated- is -an bnepi of Bsueess


:erywlfet.. If the dfecoidant'-'le-
mcnts 4. unite in New Jersey
-there 'can be no good reason for
discord elsewhere. -

THEY STAND TOGETHER.
In case the unexpected happens-
and Roosevelt and Bryan should
be the rival candidates for presi-
dent, Mr.' Br1an has burned his
bridges behind h1m- by adorsiug
Mr. Roosevelt and most of his pol-
icies. For that reason alone it
would be inviting democratic de-
feat t.o nominate'Mr. Bryan, whose
claim for support would be that he
would carry out the Roosevelt pol-
icies. If Taft is nominated, the
same reason would torce the demo-
crats to discard Mr. Bryan, for
Taft and he would be virtually on
the same platform.
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RPOTECTION NOT
PANIC-PROOF
The republican panic and busi-
ness depression is reducing wages.
With men out of work wages nat-
urally decline and consumption of
lxkuries, at least, decreases, and
even suffer for necessities. Are.not
these conditions good evidence that
the high tariff does not insure pros-
perity, in spite df the boast of the
g. o. p. leaders that protection pro-
duces prosperity.

The "full dinner pail" has given
lace to "free sou" again.


it New York, and yet they try t.o
make us believe that theprevailing
policies have produced prosperity
and with 274,000 people out of em
ployment in New York city alone

A SAINT AND A GOD'
There are more Saint Valentines
than you can shake ai stick at, but
the Particular Valentine who was
made the patron of young'lovers
seems to have been a quiet young
Florentine who never did anything
in particular to deserve the election.
When the pagan goEs- were given
their official quietus some centuries
ago some of them were rude enough
to refuse to admit that they were
dead; old rustums survived; the
switch from gods to saints was not
made in a day; there was one deity
in paritieular who had gained the af-
nfections of the stupid multitude,
and he wasi ve.y imprudent when
he was politely asked to retire.
This stubborn individual was Cupid
and his recalcitrant attitude created
a scandal throughout Christendom.
But Cupid stuck to his artillery,
and finally forced a compromise.
It was agreed that the old customs
should continue, but. that the patron
god should be changed to saint,
and the saint selected was the afore-
said Valentine. And yet Cupid
seams to have got. the best of the
bargain at that; it is on the saint's
birthday that these sentimental
missives are exchanged, but the
pink and pudgy god, clothed in
nothing to speak of except his pink-
ness and pudginess is featured con-
spicuotsly on the posters-tthe saint
canhave the name, but the god
takes the game.-Don Marquis in
Uucle Remns's Magazine for. Feb-
ruary.
One of the vilest practices 'of our
boasted civilization is, the spending
of so-called :'comic" .scurriloUs and
Vlanddcrous scraWls, to vent some
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forrtity ox s6mnt pers nal feature
for, which .the victim is in lo wise
responsible, under the -guie of a
'"valentine," for which if the bendcr
dared to attach his or her naenr,
they would be punished for abuse
of mailing privileges. The Buoy,
contends that as long as the senders
of such nuisances cannot be located
the publisher or dealer should be
dealt with just the same as the
publisher or dealer in obscene liter-
ature is provided to be dealt with.

To stop that pain in the back, that.
stiffness of the joints and muscles, take'
Pinoules. They are guaranteed. Don't
suffer from rheumatism, backache, kid-
ney trouble, when you 'get 30 days'
treatment for $1.00. A single done at
bedimne proves their verit.. Get them
to.lay. Sold by W. C. Holley & Co.

GREATEST LUMBER CUT.
More lumber was cut in the Unit-
ed States last year than in any other
year in its history. The enormous
amount of 37,550,736 board feet
was produced, and the mill value
of this was $621f 151,388. In addition,
there were produced 11,858,260,000
shingles, valued at $24,155,555, and
3,812,807,000 lath, valued at $11,-
490,570. On the whole, it is safe
to say that the present annual lum-
ber cut of the United States approx-
imates 40 billion feet, and that the
total mill value of the lumber, lath,
and shingles each year produced is
not less than $700,000,000. hTese


figures give some idea of how vas
s is the lumber indtistry and how
Great is the demand for its products
S A glance at the kinds of lumbe
, produced shows very clearly t.h
Passing of white pine and ohl, one
Sthe greatest softwood and th4other
the greatest. hardwood which th(
forest. has ever grown. Since 1899
the cut of white pine has fallen of
More than 40 percent, while that ol
White oak has fallen off more than
36 per cent. Today yellow pine
Leads all other woodtir amount etit
While Douglas fir-and this will-be
a surprise to ttge L
Since 1899 the cut of Douglas fiu
has increased 186 percent. Louisi-
ana is the foremost yellow pine state
with Texas, Mississippi, and Arkan-
sas following in order. Washington
produces by far the greatest amount,
of Douglas fir.
A comparison of the lumber-pro-
ducing states shows t.hat'since 1899
there have been many changes in
their relative rank. Washington;
which in IS99stood sixth, now leads,
while Wisconsin, which eight years
ago lead all others, is now third. In
the same period Oregon, Louisiana,
Mississippi, Idaho, and Calitornia
made great strides as lumber-pro-
ducing States, though, on the other
hand, the amount produced in Mich-
igan, Wisconsin, Minnesota,Georgia,
Kentucky,.Tennessee, Missouri, In-
diana, and Ohio fell off.anywhere
from 29 to 54 per cent.
The highest-priced native woods
are walnut, hickory, and ash, and
the cheapest. are larch and white fir.
From the fact, however, that. since
1899 the average increase, in the
price of lumber has been 49 per cent,
it will not he long before cheap
wood4 are few and far between.'
Figures upon the lumber cut of
the United States in 1906 are con-
tained in Circular 122 of the Fozst-
Service, which can be had upon al
-plication to the Forester, U. S. De-
partrtnt of'Agriculture., Washi g-

\ it );i'n't Work.
A in.'n \v;:, h:li:il 'i,:r out of work
"oi a. li: i ri.ne -u'.,hi'ly rc'-illettedi
en,'i r- :I .r.!.) W t cle:'-k \\n: : ,.:ie, I
't0 .1 :'1 lMion. ihe %; ; *',Ill -ouit1l.',
Old tlat L :;!.lV \'.as llot ;1 v\a',lll'v. a:ld
i n hl ,tlilrlwiil :awnvy lr sto pe: l and
,il-l-d Ill n piiii frnom tlie it or. Thu
'o:i! voe-,r. striutk \ly. the jnitti). c nlle,!
lilJ Lback auild s:li.l: "You s-eeu ; care
1i rllor 6ir iman ('nil Iackl tomorrow.
ini we i"e l give Sow a .jo>'."
' Our telro tiherefore dter rniiu ed to
Ipy this iann's examilll)k. and. next day
-;I\\ hl!u st;aniuii I )ct'dr( I lrge mlan-
iaf: t;nrer, lia. vi ug Ireviously droliot'd i
-i;[ on til l:',or.
.ettl:,g tle usual reply that there
va; no vacauucy. he turned awayn and
*he:L. like the other nan. stooped .and
'"icl,d Ilu a pin. But the result was
-lifferent.
"Here. Heury." shouted the employ-
er. "--e this fellow off the premises!
.\ nmn who steals a pin would steal
an ything!"-Pea rson's Weekly.
Set the Pace.
Young Mabel had a habit when soup
was served at the table of mushling
her crackers or bread in it untSt it
was a great mess. Her mother .made
many efforts to have her correet this
strictly primeval habit.
One day there wfit to be company at
the table, and the mother said:
"Now. Mabel, Mrs. Brownu i to jfne
with us ton.'ht. nnd I .wat yon to a:c
at the table just as niclety as she does
Please don't 'iush your sonp."l t r-;
IMalIel proon;iscd faithfully to fofl ,i
the esamflle set by Mrs. Brown, anli
the dinner opened with every promise
of a fine time. However. Mabel was
using a pair 'of very sharpt eys5 onu
Mrs. Brown and in an instant blurtedl
forth at the 'top of her voice:
"Oh, mamma, Mrs. Btrown is *musf-
Ina!' Man I? .


THE

SOUTHERN LIFE


XX-M -- XX -r EL 3n e


t1 ANNOUNCEMENTS,

.FORCL-ERK OF
r CIRCUIT COURT
e I take this method of informing mn
friends that I am a candidate for th<
c position of Clerk of Circuit Court foi
r Washington County, Florida, subject t(
e the Democratic Primary to be held it
said County. As to my qualificnaions
[ would refer to my four years' service ai
Conu ty Treasurer,
Thanking all thy friends for theie
past support 'and soliciting their sup
port in the coming primary, and pr om
Sising them that in case I am elected, to
fill the office faithfully, I am,
Respectfully, L. H. HOWELL.
"*~
. TOM WATTS

CENTERS THE RACE
FOR SHERIFF,

WITH BIG PROSPECTS.

HIS ANNOUNCEMENT.
TI Mv PnIENrar:-
I have sent a letter of inquiry to
three hundred democrats through-
out Washington county,asking their
views of the situation and their ad-
vice as to whether or not I should
enter the race for Sheriff. I put
the matter entirely in their hands
and promised to be governed by a
majority of their replies. I believe
this plan which I have adopted is
the one right way to get at the true
sentiment of the people and at the
same' time do myself full justTce.
The result of the inquiries serrt out
"has been entirely satisfactory and I
nm pleased beyond expectation.
Out of the large number of replies
received, morethan ninety per cent.
have been strong-pos ive--open
pledges of support. These. pledges

come from every section- of the
county And from people from 'the
hurmblest to the highest walk 9f life,
all expressing their confident and
urging me to make the race.
-It is under these favorable cir-
culmstances that I yield myself to
wfat I regard as the.expressed
wishes of the majority of all classes
of 'our people aud announce myself
candidate for this high office.-
I regard theoffice of Sheriff in
this county at ts time as bing of

'the ft jnasg population,
the' foIiting element we shall have'
to contend .with. I shall always
endeavor to stand 'ot as a "terror
to evil doers," und at the same
time be a true friend to the man
who is doing right. If I have any
official favors given into my ha'ds
they will be equIally and impartially
distributed among you. I will keep
sacred all the promises and pledges
made in my letter of Dec. 31st.
To my many friends, :especially the
country people and the laboring
classes who have solicited me to as-
pire to this office, and'promised me
your support, you have my sincere
appreciation for your encourage-
ment and I- wisli to assure the vot-
ers generally that I will be thankful
f(- their support., 1
Respectfully Yours,
ToM. J. WATTS.

FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
I have concluded to come before the
people again, as a candidate for County
Tax Collector, subject to the action aof
th-e DehioeCiitic Primary, to succeed
mpself, and hereby make announce-
ment. If nominated aud elected I
promise a faithful and impartial admin-
istration of the duties of the office.
Your support is respectfully solicited.
W. B. GAINER.

FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
I hereby annouiace myself a candidate
for r'-election to the office of Tax As-
sessor of Washington County, subject to
the action hf thle White Primary. I so-
iiciq your* support and vote, promising,
if elected, to serve the people faithfully.
J. J. WILLIAits.


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substitute' for it. -I 'ale A
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-tr~y a amatlter .w qflfi1(g Of .Mitb: 'tX
6; ~~~tria W, 6WMW joj# enrW AIO~ijiC tit';_*jj*,g L
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a! p I i to the e hangi. T i'- T**ifidf of f -an~t-
inI alfrri it's tiot is not to-be jaatger- tica n;i,"-L'-
i'tlis traj.A1fj,4pent b'ghtbzesu pt the ilgi irlwj.- o
,,I. a- exv'j~jl't ed at directly'-tb r .brighrter the Iatl i'
itfIc the bettwr-bal b'Y the effect v a o n -o j
t to' be' looked) A t. Ad1fe liprifrt'a-
is tile blolifbit irabie'-0 -. O ffox. as' tid" .ty'i p .4
-iIa'iliadeiphnl concerned. Is bWt always. Pravd ;; y
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200 pec~pl diet every Week front



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OF MARIANNA, FLORIDA.


Invites your attention to its lNew Line Policies, embodying the Maxillmun ofr Practical Protecfion

Sat the Lowest Practical Price. A remarkably Cheap contract, btut safe tnd conservative e
and backed by Home Capital..

W. H. MILTON,. Presidef'nt

DIRECTORS---. E. Ganmmonof, bl'RECTORS .---I. R. Brooks..
John Milton, ir. I M' .lillon'.
W. H. Watson. H. le" is.
N. A. Baltsell John Milton; III.


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SEutflon enables yop .t hrow off a
cough 6r cold.
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OF INTEREST TO PUBLIC
SCHOOL TEACHERS.
Stetson University offers "Free
Tuitions" an'd "Free Room Rent"
-up to the full limit of her dormi-
tory capacity-and a reduction in'
the regular rate of board to all
Florida teachers and prospective
teachers who wish to trke the Rc-
view Course during the Sprinrg Te'Ini
beginning Mar. 25th and continuing-
for rine ee'kst. This re'duee the
entire expinces to $35.00.
SReviews will be conducted in all
of the branches required for. any
ian adof rtattfaci ei' erifiate. A -
faculty of twenty-three instructors
will, conduct the work in the Nor-
mal Department. The enrollment
in these courses has increased five'
hundred and thirty-three per cent.
during the past years.
A neat little bulletin has been
isued by the University and any one
desiring detailed information con-
cerning the Normal School, should
write to A. L. L; 8uhrie, Director
of the Schools of Pedagogy, De-
Land, Fla: 1
A lMc.-cl..n.c Mlrr.r.-y.
An I -'g I'.% <-;i r.'rt'- i.' 's which r
nuliadi oro tie sict'ew s of Mr. A. '
I
Stew:irt. Jhbe in it Niv'-w V mner-
el'ran. :;::Is Piclram* L.-tlher lu his I
"aRieIll 'l, "iic(l:ac' ." nu :I asll r:trll,rdluat
1r. ino 1!:o iy I'j t details of hl v%'ast

Oue' lnI' ;:is Mr. a:n. Mrs Lithnrs
"ere I:l\';n, tlln, st!.are .Mor. stewnrt nac. .
.ost'il 1ie "I Ilar.. lr ,I. ;ithl rs. you have
foin a \w'lit oai \;ila t."' hie 'i F l.1.
"No. stlr.' Sti art." sl' replied. "I
want n ver'y ipl;ilu I)rlsels ea'irplet for
a small ilhrar-. :i light va.lir with a
snmill' rlue I'giir. You h:i t at great
ivarlyI:.'. I',l nit lil'ugp .Iast like th it." ,
"I alim i :Irl: M.re \\e' have that exact
descrip: iin." ha s-I idl. anil. rifrulg to '
a t!el k, na.l'de : -: ; Io l tI'0ird floor
alirl get out frim jthe last Imrvolce ol
carpets No. '22 I thiik the style.
and ia'tie'rn' v.i:1 Just F.it Mrs.' Liath-
ers." V I
To the inmt:ia,,n-ent of fhe snhPple I
it provedl it', I[,- ll the ry thing she wai
looking for. -t

No,need to feai-coughsahnd aeldu thip *
-l P .n. -- .a -. gd .l A tM .. :


Wbltfler'm JLone1n;a. T
W" eme naolnl;;!r it WiGMY 14".
RomantiC by temiU.ensigjent. -isE(f -~ft ttl
to feminine ebaf. is sid reitetty t lyv jl..
tutld for the happoiaawsa (o IM lcte satJi r
ienstic Ufe, be was wait cmivi tp l Wmto jo
celbacy. Flledu- twb Nurhfitfy feob Jj
tent placed Ald haYIuD ,.s ON Natitelord
vies [rvivfg. who Mjitui ot tn wqmrC*
years oif ltlrfe in Enr:wi; (oiijor. wtW,
besihesK his moyages. 4l. 'al attohuJ fl U\
suceesiv-e TArsU8: BRM;tut. Wl m add
six exedlrsat to tiv ajt wntl-fi: l1oj'
teliiw, *hnwo knew kilrla, iuiI4H~a:bta
tea thaii fis natl I 3:J. wi*twk'
trarels wee butnah1 ou wHotk nir i by! -
the limilts of New J14isund. s tsiuUjAarn
y the- 1l0JgacW!aig. fill. v.ntb iaviut
by waibailug-to dad atOz Ld ma it. k4SJ0


So*s' i'ronilnent- f-paitirro or i m(a, No:.
Af11 life. The c urwof '&t 11)-taut Iseeti
itchen acud chronk- h wenmalank Vladle 4
almost a ifotsofei. or. V irietel M-0-
deli plirnt It.,be. wuIt. he l* rflf#ui d
bled hy that sort or rn'l;-' -simii'leitt-t
which freqr:eutly S (;LuomiilIe iotal it
stinence.' But with ti t th s-C sluwu
agements, privations and enforced Weir
nunclatlons, he sees 6!Yvi p Ofserv.
ed the tewperainebt of a beatlwul
child..- Professor T. L. elp it
North American Review. I
"I trust thrs may be -read by tIrAiv
lufferers fron kidney a klbjaddla& tUro
tiei tWritesMrs. Jdic King, o oro d..
and, Tex. '"I suffered furyeyarm and
could find nothing to rive even U4.nrtJI
rary relief. Our druggli At ldtit d are-
ed me to try your Vldys av zroatmjnt (,I-
Pineules for 9l. This Une bottle haiA
:u'ed me and money ciiiild not hbry I n
value it has been tome." Gitarant&-'dY
Sold by W. C. Hollev a Co,,

-ARTIFICIAL' LO1"t.
The Mdgt Brilliant fliuminstidn ti Nd;-
Alwa a the grist. -
A writer lIr an ez1giaaeli-ving mniiXn-
zine offer aome.dlsenfl(ett lin : trora ra-
tfou o thfie subject 4l'lflthanl',s di-.
:oncering because the Mi'iader Oif
probeby lily Bud t bw A M~ 6l"n. iiWl*
:etnYy s3ecdigiS' itowing a colirre. pt
,rpr Yre* thqeVV de4rlbed as InJurfouik
Jr Idstance,- w tho cdge (if e.re atraWt(
he may bave7 10i'i' th$ even the'dima'
Ight by wlkh ht e *qrke6 A .6W
strong. and so turned dowpihl'f, t
thus Increaslng ,,the di(t1u t' or,
what -to mots likely to't I*#. -jt cakae.
'*1aet' the' 'tran'a bt aabef. ca(s- d 1W
eo 6drkl t Mi-`1h~dtlbwkk. t* f
hat wbs 13 s
and ft Vt 1 ..
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l i .
The str. Tatpon was detained last
trip on account of a dense fog and
did not arrive here from the south
until 9 o'clock, a. m., Saturday,
At 2:00 p. m. yesterday she arrived
from the west.
,
IAPHTBA LAUNCH
LAURA.
Carerri to. Ea;s Ray Mail between St
Avdrewi, Wetappo ant intermediate
poite. Leaves St. Andrew daily (ex
ept Sunday' at 5:00 a, m.; arrive at
NWe aopo at 12.:30 p. m.; leave Wetanpo:
At 1:00 p. m ; arilvea at St. Andrew at
TM m.m. Makes landings regularly it
ranama City, OromtAstton, Parker, C.l-
liway. 0ooq, Allauton and Parmdale.
Freight landed at any postofrfle whar".
for p-ssenter and, eight rates, see
Sjtg etqp4 1i0 the levaril oatoJlp. ,
.f -"" .' A P. WtrIneu.I., aageRr.

A VWE''3 WITSAYBR.
SThe following table records the nmax-
Imum, minimum ahd mean te:ipera-
turee. the rainfall and direction of the-
wind for the twenty-fonr hours ending
at 7 o'clock p. b., as indicated by U. S.
usnrumen a'

Date...... I Rain. j Wind
Peb...12 71 653 62 .00 e
l 13 73 51 62 05 s
14 72 50 61 .00
S15 65 46 56 .65, w
1 568 38 49 .00 w
^ 17 68 54 48 .00 tnw
18 63 45 54 .00 se
S66 451 561 .70 I


E. W. MASKER.



PI TO GR APH S


Made' ad Delivered Within a
SWeek.



The Jumping Off place.
'Consumutiop had me in its grasp
and I had almost reached the jumping
of placn when I was advised to try Dr.
Kng's New Discovery; and I want to
My right pow,. it saved my life. In-
urovement ~Ran. with the fiBrt battle,
and afktr taking one dozen bottles I
wal' w.i Y man ain, says


k o weak, *>re lag.i-and for prete
Ing pneum4onw New -iacevery is su
preme. 5Au and l at A. H. Brake's"
Tria bottle tree

i THE SHOEMAKER'S ART.--
it Mae Been Known Sines the Earliest
Days of Civilization.
A few w-inter ago 1 ojlased a day
among the wonderfully decorated
tombs in the crimetery of what was
once Memphis. upon the western bank
of,the Nile. writes Julius Chambers
In the Brooklyn Eagle. One of the
S show places Is the remarkable under-
ground palace that, the Illustrious
Queen TI of the Afth dynasty (if e.,
about 4,500 years ago) constructed for
her final, rating: place, It consists of'
*r et court 40 by 60 eet, AS I re
*ember. and several other apartments.
beside~ the mummy chamber which is
reached by a sta-lrway leading down
Irom. the largest rbomul Upon the.
wrail of this tomb are the best pro-
served pictures to be found in all
Egypt. and among them are' the fig
urs ,of two artisans working upon
ouverlng for the feet.
Thlfortrie. mnakeis of shoes, I a-
I:!te you! More than 4.000 years -be-
Sfo;e ie art of printing .bad practicall
xistaee. althoughh you' will admit
, that tbe dv, oralor of Quee .Tl's tambl
was acnmt a publisher. yourt art Rwa.
roe
The natural Impulise of mftnhlndl f r
to *to 4.terfSot k' 'rry reader can re.
mnearler" yoiith'iful (l~rys in wblh h tlh
iuteh;e tit a r.in e.l.sg thre 'ais etn
LubodtJ lu H run tlhr-Jga the 'thoda or.


silos-W llip mbace w rshod. Very rel
a.I:L I ret-lll Mlr a 'ewr5t.jpot in tkhe barn
In .'hiicb I wLw w~e. to hlilo4i6y. shoes'
iF.11 stiwx1cnii ,. Q.134r that I nilgbi
LK In ik t le t'o~ielitio for tbe fir,.t
a bm mar ol Vthue Tlot.
Wits thI-IM pviu jk i u
for tfli fair-Oruy days *'betu.,b we X14re


S3 a -The $liy is authorized to unnouoce
That the steamer Ta pon will earry pas-
s-ngers to aid from the Pensacola,
--bouvcelrIBoo oa St. .dii ew,'O c Mlardi Gras at two-lhi'ds fare for the
at Ware's, Godard's and Masker's. round triv,


Heaven's" Seo'eta.
The follow lug is a true st6ry, vouch-
ed'for by a correspondent: 'Her little
boy of seven years of age said to her
one day: '"Motbher I know why It Is
that babies cannot speak until they are
. twel 'e months ld. It is because they
come straight from heaven, and if they
were able to talk as soon as they were
born they would tell the secrets, and
so God doesn't let them speak until
they have almost forgotten them."--
London Methodist Times.


IANK OF ST. ANDRE WS.



CAP TAL O *- $15,000.


J, BRUIDNI e, iden. F. BULLOCK, ehai.er.

'DIRECTORS,
SJ. H. DRUMMOND.
Judge L. J. REVES.
WM. EMATHI&S
C. B. DUNN.
W. H. MILTON.
L. M. WARE
F. BULLOCK.


Ynur Patronage is Respeotfully Soulted.

-. L' ' ^- -


-Coloreti and plain eouvennw postal-
cards with St. Andrew sctues at the
Buoy office
-Fashionable souvenir baronial en-
velopes embellished with beautiful
Florida snwwy heronr at the Buoy office.
-Blanit fVarranty Deeds, short lorm
printed on good linen oaper, 25e per
dozen: also blank receipts-100 receipts
in a block, 10c each. at the Buov ufidce.
-Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Surbor, sr. are
the proud parents of a nine-pound son,
that Dr. Kester brought to their Pretty
Bayoa home on Wednesday evening,
last week.
-Mrs. S. E. Mashburn officiated at
the introduoion of an eleven-pound
boy 'at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Hughes, corner of Loraine ave and
Chestnut tree, on Saturday, Fab. 8.
-WIZARD INK Tablets, Price, ver
box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten ounces of the
beat ink. Economical permanent. abso-
lutely indelible, convenient, non-coro-
sive
-The newly elected St. Andresw
Board of Aldermen met last Friday af-
ternoon and drew lots for their respect-
ite long and abort terms, Messrs.
Gwaltney, Ware and Surber drew for
long, and Messrs. Smith and Vickery
for the short term.
-Handsome letter heads with St
Andrews Bay date line and views oi
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena
Vista Point, at 8c per dozen; aloo, map
of the St. Andrews Bay country om
back of a letter sheet at 15c per dozen,
at the B-ov Office.
-J. F. Taylor was brought before
Justice Sturrock on Tuesday,' last,
charged with trespassing upon the
lands of the German American Lumbar
Company-removing di t. clay, sand and
mould from said lands without.the
lawful cousent of said -German Ameri-
can Lumber Company. At the same
time A. S. Karns was charged with be-
ing rocessory before and after the fact.
Both parties entered a pkea of "not
guilty," and gave bond for their appear-
ance here on March 4, next.
-With a record of four years as
treasurer of Washington oeunty, Mr. L.
H. Howell, whose announcement ap-
pears elsewhere in this.issue as a candi-
date for Clerk of the Circuit Court. has
made himself knowwa to all .the people
of the county as a thoroughly reliable
and well qualified erson to fill any po-
sition to which he may aspire. And
with no discrimination against other
democrats who may enter the race, it
cannot be disputed that if Mr. Howell
is ch'sen, the people will have reason
to be well pleased with their choice.

II LTS TO' ROYALTY.

One o1f W hi Th! Cntitute

It J1.e majesty
'gil vn Aih t~jo royalty-is not a
crime-in Great Britain: The English
statute books. However, contain many
penalties for such offenses.
P Mcing a postage, atinp on n letter
upside down Is a pluti.shnille tffeuse. a
Is also the defaceentut of a coln bear-
Ing the ro,:llgM. nige. This s Insulting
the king's effty.
Private Individrlals may not raise the
r6yal stand:ird over their dwelliugs
This Is the e'iblem of the real ifu-
thorlty to be' dlsplayil only where rt'e
king Is present.
While an ngitp!or mayi t.lk a:gainis!
royalty In tile abstract as much as' ht
chooses. comiteihWutnls or tnsiultiu,
personal references to the reig l p ,ov-
erejgn opens the offender to 'I itaivr
One and imprisonlment.
The slightest slap upon the face of
the king or qluen-or anlr other purt
of the anatenmy. for tIl itiatter-is
punishable with the death pel;nalty In
the reign of Queen VIctorIn a Iaeutein-
ant Page struck her across the fncc
with his cane Ie iwas sentenced to
death, but the quecu coLmmlltied hlih
sentence.
It Is likewise a crime to bring the
uniform of the sovereign into con-
tempt. To garb a low comedian or a
villain, of the stage in a discarded nni-
form of the'ahany or the navy 1 suf-
ficient to bring heavy c.ensre from the
government. For this reason theatrical
managers fl'nally wee to It that the
uniforms worn are not exactly copies
of the real things.


1RAND NEW,
"' Old Hickory,"

ONE HORSE WAGON,
Solid Steel Axle, ai Inoh Tire,
-WIVID TIRACKL ,
Direct Fr Factory,
FOR SALE AT .


By Jno. R.


A BARGAIN!
Thompson & Co.


5EEDS
( HForfresl-
n ess,purity and reli-
ability Ferry'sSeeds
are in a class by them-
have confidence
It in them because
they know they
can be relied up.
on. Don't experi.
ntut with cheap
seeds--your sure-
tylies in buying
seeds sent out by
a conscientious
and trustworthy
house.
Ferry's Seed Annua.
for 1 = is FREE. Address
IF P.F1anVv CO., Duantt ,M1C.


--The otive of the meeting of the
Democratic Executive Committeewhich
appears ii this issue is a pointer to
would-be candidates that, i; they ex-
pect to get the votes south of the base
line, their an a ounsement should appear
in the Buoy. The trifling cost may get
them just ithe votes that will 'erward
them with the coveted victory.
--------
His Concession.
Miss Salie :,.ler, the acknowledged'
belle of the town, lh..d fewer beans
than wero her due. This was sowin-
to her father'a peculiar aversion to all
young men who called on hi: dlaugh
ter. Ete had a diecoucerting way o(
taking possersion of the porch and
snubbing her call r wThile the'b were
waiting for her to, come down.
One evening Newton Bri;wn, a bnsh
ful young s-n-an, came a trifle !oo ear-
ly for Miss Sa'lle. l'r. Miller and
Newton's father were close friends
but the boy had grown so rapidly
that the old gentleman cid not recog-
pize little Newt Drown n I this tall
gawky youth. "it looks as if it might
rain," the young fellow ventured tim-
idly.
"'Tain't a-goin' to rain," was the
grnff response. -
ror about a quarter of an hour th;ey
sat In silence. Finally the old'-dfan'.
cpriositygot the be-^er of him.
"Who are yo-. anyway?" he grbwl-
ed.
"Newton Brodwn, si'." -
"What! Not old .Take Brown's son?"
"Yes, sir."
"Well; well," raid Mr. Miler more
kindly; "it may rain; it may rain."-
Everybody's Magazine.

A Lesson In Henesty.
There is a restaurant in Broad street
in which nearly a thousand persons
eat during the noon hour. Each per-
son eats what he pleases and v-hen h(
goes to the cashier's desk announce-
the amount of his indebtedness. The
proprietors figure that to trust to th:
honesty of their patrons is a saving ol
precious Wall street minutes and. he
sides, is good business. Once in awhile
keen ey e emnployees capture a cheat
One of thl'sa. a youth, was "caught
with the goods on" a few days ago
Sand taken to the oI,,.e of the proprie-
tors. Given the choice of being ar.
rested or going into the kitchen anrd
washing dishes, the young man nearly
collapsed of shame and fright. He
begged not to be arrested and re
luclantly agreed to wash dishes. For
San hour, or so the ctlprit struggle(
with a pile of dishes in a tub of steam
SIng water. Then he was told he mighl
depart. NQw he brings his lunch from
home.-New York Press.

Here is Relief for Women.
If you have pains 4in the back, urina-
ry, bladder or kidney trouble, and valnt
'a certain, pleasant herb cure for wo-
man's ills, try Mother Gray's Austral-
ian-Leaf. It is a safe and never-failing
regulator. At druggists, orby mail,
50c. Sam )lo package FREE. Address
The Mother Gray Co.,,LeRoy, N. Y.
CHNfIWE 1'IlD19ITS. 1 '

The Way Vegetables' and Meats Are
Preserved by the Natives.-
I:i C lira ti;!nlds. sev('r:l varieties of
c.!bnagse'id sueaw eed are oftpu prepar-
ed fort winter by giving them a coat of
salt and drying iu the sun. A vegeta-
ble reseutbling nibbage is smTnetimes.
'.Iii-: in the sun without lalt aid put
jwl;y In shallow baskets until .ready
for Iuse. They have a way also of mak-
lung a kind of sauerkraut very rimuch as
.Aic:'i- us do. The treatment of cer-
ain vePatLables in this wait; a conm-
.'ron lpnlctice. The leest native hams
gie, from a r-egion known as the iKlu-
r'..-i. i flr. in Clhekiang province. The
Ia ;ta when dressed antd ready for cur-
'.'ii' :lrp.c:i;larefIIly placed in vats. A
kitd ofa pickl.' is then prepared of salt.
v:W','t' t* t4i sauce from the soy bean,
-l i.;ltis poui'red over the fresh hams
Afler tile hams have been in the pickle
a sufficient lengthy of time they are tak-
en ouit tUiWd:1.?ig up to dry and occa-
sionally. but :n>ot- often, smoked, when
they a'e ready 'for thl pharket Some-
!ines a little nltrate'of potash is also
uddid to help preserve them, but this
additionn is the exception and not the
rule. It is reported that in the south
hams are cured by means of an alkalIfne
earth and common salt. but so far as
can be learned no earth of any kind is
employedd jn Jth middle aid northern
provinces. The famous pickled eggs
of Chit:a are .preserved with n-'ickle
/made of common mud. salt. saltpeter
'auIl soy bean souce. all mixed together
The eggfs are coated with a plaster of


THE REAPER,

DEATH, INVADES
A HAPPY HOME.
Died, at the home of her sister,
Mrs. John Bovis, on La Rua st.
Pensacola, Feb. 11, Miss. Winnie
Tomasello aged 18 years. She was
the youngest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. P. Tomasello, one of the most
prominent families of Bagdad at
present; formerly of Millvillc, on St.
Andrcws Bay, where his family was
held in the highest esteem by high
and low. Miss Winnie's untimely
death will cast a shadow among her
many friends in Millville, St. Andrew
and surrounding country. She was
a consistent member of the Presby-
terian church a kind, loving daugh-
ter, sister, and true sweet friend.
Her future was full of promise-it
seems sad to have her taken away in
her prime, Death olten robs us of
'-the brightest and best; but it cannot
rob us of the sweet memory of her.
The last services were held at the
home n Weinesday afternoon at
Sioclock, Rev. E. C. Maye officiated
and paid a beautiful and fitting
tribute to her memory.
Upon request the song "Abide
With Me:" was touchingly rendered
by Miss Catherine and Mr. Mack
Maye, after which the mortal re-
mains of the deceased young lady
.were tenderly and lovingly conveyed
to the Bagdad cernetery and there
laid to rest, followed by the largest
concourse of mourning relatives and
friends ever seen in Bagdad.
Miss Tomasello, left home appar-
ently. in good health and spirits, ex-
pecting to visit a few days in Pensa-
cola en route to Mobile, where she
intended to make an extended visit
to an Uncle; when she suffered an
attack of acute Bright's disease,
which produced death suddenly on
Tuesday morning at 4 o'clock. She
had only been home a short while
from State College at Tallahassee
where she had completed her studies.
She leaves a father, mother, one
sister Mrs. John Bovis, and four
brothers. besides a number oi other
relatives and a legion of friends.
The tug Okuloosa brought the re-
mains.from Pensacola to Bagdad.
The floral offerings were profuse and
beautiful, the casket being literally
copercd with them.
To the broken heartedfamily, the
Buoy and whole Bay c untry offer
thr-heartf t sympathy.

Pinesalve Carbolized acts like a poul-
cee, d rawsout inflammation and poison.
Antisepiic, healing. Forchappped hands,
lips, cuts, burns. Sold by W. C. Holley
&Co.
A Poor Prophet.
Cbnna Doyle told of an experience
whiCh be had when leaving school.
those noble old Romans snch as Thack
e'ay d(lescribes ns roaring nteyoingn
Peudeunis n ben the major. his uncle,
called to take the boy away. When
Conan Doyle had finished his course in
school thb bead tihster called him aside
and, after eying hti with ominous dis-
favor. spoke to llhn in measured tones
as fIolows: "Doylt. I have known youl
now- for seven years. rud I know you
thoi~nughly. I a.n going to say some-
Ihi.;g which yo' wi!il re:llember in aft
er life. I.'aylh. you will never comnie t,
any good "- loukmnlu.

HPd 3Ben Thre.
"'Ir-ne's a firm idl ,rti ti se- for'a gpn
era! "hnli. n<'t uf-nidl ,'" goodl j'iy. fut
willi:'g to start at 10 and u:it a:t 3
YoU have ul .lbhe qualiicanthns to land
that job.'"
"All except the t1n.000 to invest in
the bualuess."--Pittsburg Fost.


THE PROCESSION OF PLANETS
S IS THE.GREAT NEW BOOK. IF YOU
wonder why the Earth moves, write to the azthbo for a
descrpt= n of it: It shows the true motios of matter. Addre-
FRANKULIN HFULD. Station A. LOS ANGELES, Caliit cr




OIuBUS3 SEtS ECCEIO
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make you our permanent customer.
1. dih, 0varoties; Lttu e
Prize Collectli n 2 ls; Toatoe, .
fiuest; Turnip, 7 splendid; Onlon, 8 beat iotil 10
prIyn.lowrng ulbZ- Yvuritle I in all.
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W'fe o-dar frsmention this Pope.f
SEND O CENTS
toeor *~cr and pakingand receive this valuab
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aaO LPOD, O JD .


Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf


Rc;nir.c!e(, Himr
A ue.pro p.stor' wna v.,arminiu uip to
,be c!i(u;n of his iermon. and his anl
Editor : we.re wsaing more and more
excited.
.i .n.hni er. O my congregaihriin."
:c ::r ':I fhe exhorter-"l wahns yer
g-.S iil rt de 'i 'V fii ghtin': 1 'o,'ins ye,
nu::nst (e .-n of wvhiky drinking an
: ;i r cv (hiclk'n robbIin'. an' I wahns
e. my t :'e l .e2.ern. :t;.aiinit de ( iu uv
.:ll;', :j sl,, I'i '."
A C:e~ov.t worshiper in the 'ear of
th? (l':'r h jumped to Lis feet and
saappel his lingers excitedly.
"WhiliTo doeis yer, ry L'rijdder. r'ar
up au' ;:nap yo' fngers when I speaks
uv melon, stealln'?" asked the preach
cr.
"Kaze yo' jes' minds me w har I lef
mah overcoat," replied the devout wor-
shiper as he hurried off.

Neighborhood Favorite.
Mrs. E. D. Charles, of Harbor. Maine
speaking of Electric Bitters, says: 'It
is a neighborhood favorite here with
us." It deserves to be a favorite every-
where. It gives quick relief in dyspep-
sia, liver complaint, kidney derange-
ment, malnutrition, nervousness, weak-
ness and general debility. Its action on
the blood, as a thorough purifier makes
it especially useful as a spring medicine.
This grand lterative to nio is solo under
guarantee at A. H. Braike's stote. 50c.

Dried Elderberry Leaves In Asthma.
"If you will gather leaves from an
elderberry bush when they are green
and let them dry and then put them
into a pillow and sleep upon them
nightly for about three months," said
a Petersburg (Tenn.) man, "they will
cure the worst case of asthma. After
they are dried the leaves have a pecul-
iar but pleasing odor. By Inhaling this
odor the asthma is cured. I know a
number of people who cured them-
selves of asthma by sleeping on dried
elderberry leaves."-Nashville Tennes-
sean.


S TEAMS HIP C 9IM PA N YC,

S" STEAM SHIP


.-,-, i...- TABN,


LEAVE.
Tuesday, 8:30 p. m.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. a.
W wednesday, 4:00 p. m.
Wednesday, 2:30 p. nm.
Thursday, 9:00 a. in.
Monday, 6':00 p, m.
LEAVE.
T: ursdav., 3:00 p. m.


FI
Fr
Kr


SCH EDULE.
GOING SOUTfI.
Feiuscola.
St Andrew,
Panama[City,
Millville,,
Apalachicola,
Carrabelle.
Mobile.
GOING NaORT1l.
Carrabelle.


..


'iday, 11:30 a. m. St. Andrew. '/ Fiiday, 2:00 a. m,
idav, 11:00 a. m. Panama City, Friday, 12 m.
riday. 10:00 a. m. Miliville. '. Friday. 11:30 p. m.
Pensacola. Friday, 11,30 p. mi
SASSE CS ^ fJA.'ES
Pensacola to St. Andrew andMillville. 5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabelle, $7.60.
St. Andrew and Millville to Apalacbicola, $5.00.
Pensaeola to Mobile, $2.50.
The abovo rates include meals and berths. J. R. SAUADEi PS,
H. T. MORBISON, Gen'l Frei.ht and Pass. Ag t Presiaentc


JNO. P. TOM11I'SON.


C. L. .J(0YN E'll.


JOHN R. THOMPSON & CO.,









LADIES' FINE DRESS L DODS!-

SHOES, HARWAKE, ROPE, PAINTS, OILS, GROCERIES!

A. Full Line of Furniture!


Freight Paid on All Goods Except Meal, Flour and Feed to Any
Postoffice on the Bay.


L. E. WARE. CTWAY WARE.


Ware


J. H. DRUMMOND,


mercantile Co.
lila o 10- m a %.. 0%M af 'f k w o W


THOROUGHLY REORCANIZED-.

MAIARTIN G. POST, MANAGERS

HEADQ-U A TERS FOR,' -




hNHRi.E MERCHAN ISES *








The Old PIONEER STORE Business,

Founded.Jn 878, and built up by tLe late I. M Waie,
now Thoroughly Reorganized under New Adn"nagement

Solicits the Patronage of Dd Patrons
of the House, of the Trading Post, and of new ones as
well, and guarantees uniform fair and courteous treatment
to all.

We Pay the Freighot oin al HGoo'ls Ycrpt -Floir.- Meal anmid
Feed to any L'.),t office 'ini the Bay.



MONTHLY MISERY


Rheumatisim.
M. F. Ballantyne, of Ballantyne &
McDonough's Iron Foundry, Savannah
Ga,, says that he has suffered for years
from rheumatism and could get no re-
lief from any source but P. P. P.. which
cured him chtirely. He exto:s the prop-
erties of P. P. P. on every occasion.
P. P. P. is the greatest known cure
fcr Rheumatism; it eradicates the dis-
ease out of the system quickly and for-
ever.
P. P. P., Lippman's Great Remedy.
cures salt rhetm, with its itch and
burning scald head, tAtter, etc.
'P. P. P. cures boils, pimples, and all
eruptions due to the blood.
P. P. P. cures rheumatism and all
pains in the sides, back and shoulders,
knees, hips, wrists and joints.
P. P. P. cures blood pison in all its
various stages. old ulcers, sores and
kidney complaints.
P; P. P. cures catarrh, Eczema, E-y-
sipelas, and all skin and blood diseases,
and meicurial poisoning.
.For'sale by All D'ruggist..
--=- ---
S Taunting.
Old. uab hunLcd vp a barrel stnve
andl s_-rte-l off for the stern cf tho ar
"Wblre are you g..Iig:" asked Mrs
Noahl.
I iuCr 't v : that buy .lini,"-
S'c ,' .el ,o.i:. \otti: w t olii -
"~,;:t my de''r, the Ild Is only p!ny
lng on l's hanjo."
"'Ye. 4but it is the tune he is play-
'ing." '- .
"And whrit is the tune?"
-L^'alt Till the Sun Shiues, Lizzie"'
-Chlicago News.

ftouanlis Have Kidney

Trouble and Neer Suspect it.
Prevaleney of Kidney Disease. ;
Most people do not realize-the alarm-
ing increase and remarkable prevalency
of kidney disease.
While kidneydis-
orders are the
Most common
diseases that pre-
vail, they are
almost the last"
recognized by
P patient and phy-
sicians, who con-
: .fu tent them8sev es
,vift dotoring tfe effects, while the orig-
inal discs* L undermines the system.
What To Do.
There is c9ifort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kiliner's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy,
fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism,
pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder
and every part of the urinary passage.
It corrects iuabilfiity to hold water
and scalding pain in passing it, or bad
effects fo'loWii;g use of liquor, wine or
beer, and' overcolimes that unpleasant lie-
cessity of b -ing compelled to go often
during the day, aid to get up many
times (luring- the night. The mild and
the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root
is soon realized. It stands the highest
for its wonderful cures of the most dis-
tressing cases. If 'ou need a medicine
von should have tle best. Sold by drug.
gists in fifty-cent and one-dollar sizes.
You may have a sample bottle and a
hook that telis all
aboUtit, toth set free ,
1,W mail. Addrss I)r.
1incr & Co., Binig-
ha niton, N. Y.' When Rome of Swamp-Root.
writing mention this paper and don't
make any mistake, but remember the
name, Dr. Kiliner's Swamp-Root, and
the address, Bi:ghamton, N: Y.
Don't make any a9ftfems, I)nit rememnl-er
he name, Swamp-Roet, Dr. Kilner's
wamp-Root, *il tI i t ll Irj. Blii ghani-
S. N. Y.,:'on cas ttt t.


It al ways leaves:


you weaker, and is sore to shorten your life and make

your beauty fade. To stop pain take Wine of Cardui and

it will help to relieve your misery, regulate your func-

tions, make you well, beautiful and strong. It is a re-

liable remedy for dragging down pains, bac kache, head-

ache, nervousness, irritability, sleeplessness, dizziness,
fainting spells, and similar troubles. A safe' and efficient

medicine for all women's pains and sickn( ss.

Mrs. J. L. Broadhead of Clanton, Ala. w ites; "I have

used Cardui for my disease, which was or e peculiar to''

women, and it has completely cured me. '

AT ALL DRUG STORES, IN $1.00 BOTTLES
V -1 .'


WRITE US A LETTER
describing fully all your symptoms
and we will send you Free Advice
in plain sealed envelope. Ladies"
Advisory Dept.. The Chattanooga
Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
J10


WINE CAnl


OF ARUDI


. .. II I III I I I III
!cirg:r~g thirteen. Angry Adjectives.
"When I lived in New York," writes; It was not a young woman noveltsf,
a former New Yorker from Berlin, but Charle.s aumner, of whom ithe later
'there was a house near Central park E. L. Godkifr the N9w York editor--
which should have borne the number said:
13,, but ,because of the superstition of He wbrks hi' adjectivwi so hird that;
the4-ocduipant pA'maeaion was secure if they ever catch him itlone they will
to place the number lla or 15a ove inurder him ..
the door. I spoke of the circumstance(
a few days ago and learned that the Very Steady.
thirteen superstition was more clearly! Farmer ayre -That Jo1eI boy tlian
marked here. In the instance men used to work for you wants me to give
tioned by me an Indlividual was con him a Job. Is he steady? Farmer
cerned. Here it was the m:nt import Seede-Well, if he was: any steadier
tant ccrporatl:on in Wie-:',ndn. Thenr he'd be motionless.-Lonon-n1e press
is no No. 13 l- thro 1-a :any of tir
bathhoures. n) No. 13 rccm-a iln any ho Poor Jack.
tel and no No. 13 place "t ;ny tab! r Clara-Jack Intends to have all his'
d'hote. At Langl ..,nschwaIac the bati own way when we are married. Clara'
under government control. alo hav Mamma-Then why do you want to-
bath cells No. 12a where they should marry him? Clara--To- relieve his;
be numbered 13."-New York Tribune. mind of a false impression


Y~i~a .c~+iac~li~ajr_.n~IllrrUP=l C~C~C~I~I~L~i-~.L~C119I~OII ~~_f___~l -l~l~-l~h__--~~-- -- I-~-~-~I~III)- li~k


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BARROW. Master,


A HRIVE.
Wednesday, 8.00 a. nr
Wednesday, 0;00 a. 'dI
Wednesday, 10:00 a. n
-Thursday, 6:00 a. ra.
Thursd y, 12:00 ,oone
Monday, 6:0o a. m.
AlRIIVE.


A Habit ta Be Encouraged.
The mother who has acquired a habit o
keeping on hand a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy saves herself a great
amount of uneasiness and anxiety, Colds,
couhbr'and croup. to which children are
susceptible are quickly cured by its use.
It counteracts any tendency of a cold to
result in DiAeumfniia, and if given as soon
as the first s8 -ptomof croup appear, it
Wvill prevent the atta,'k. This remedy
contains nothing injurious and mothers
give-i t-o little ones with a feeling of
perfect' security. Sold by all medicine
dealers-a
j


is one of woman's worst afflictions.


This mixtnre and laid away until ripe.
when they are ready .for the. table"
Prepared In this way they will keep
several months.

PAPER MAKING IN KOREA.
Hermit Kingdom Suppliss Best toc
China and Japan.
It is int generally known that the
best Linds of paper met with-in China
and Jiapan are the product of Korea
:t is claimed by many that the Korean
paper excels the very best that is made
in China and Japagn. J t is produced
3Iti'ey by annual hl41or and without
the use of any machinery. The raw
material used for the better kinds is
obtained from the bark of the Prous-
sonetla papyrifera, which is collected
In the spring and beaten In water con-
tainiug a large tadUmiure- of wood
ashes until reduched'to a thick pulp.
This is taken in large ladles and
spread upon frames of bamboo so as
to form thin sheets. Another kind of
pnner 1i made from old scraps trodden
into pulp. much in the same way that
grape julcpis extracted in some coun-
tries. ai.d, though this mode of pulp-
ing is slow. it has the advantage of not
breaking the fiber so much as when
machinery is used.
After the pulp has been made into
paper the sheets are piled up to a
height of, six feet and then' cut into
pieces, to be again subjected' to the
stamping with the feet. At the same
time the roots and seeds of a plant
called tacknoul are added, the soluble
parts of which are supposed to give'
tenacity and toughness to the paper.-
Exchane .. ..


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K I V` '**' *-`


'Thursday, Feb, 20,


S'r, A N DRE W
PRICES CURRENT
it. OC RIES
S.ar." 1 Te:rc, y
;r uils tel d .... 6 eie ....... 55
Coleve.A ..... 5% Guprowder.. 40
I t lrowi...... 5 UiefCt' Ja p.40-60
,,H; e, Cond milk, # ccan
*i-een.... 12@20 Unsweetn'a.O0
Arhuckle,th 12-15 Sweefened ..... 10
,.i iger snaps 3Si 25 Haling powder
'rackers,soda 10 Royal....... 50'
:ol,acco, plug 120a60 Campbell. ..... 1
lai.ins Canued fruit
ondon Iayers.8-15 Peaches.... 10a'20
V alemcia...... 8 Tomantoes..... 82
ticl . .... 61 Apples.... . .... 0
pples Pears ......... 15
Evaporated... 121 Plut. ........ 10
lried PeSciese Apricot..-.. ,(10-20
loal Oil pr gaid. .20. Strawberries... 20
soline ..-: .20 Pineapple ..10.I-
I,)ri.i.3ay nrup... 0 "Canned Meals
e ......... 75 Roast Beef... 123,
inegyr........ 3' Oorned Beef. 12,
nees pr Ib 18 hipped BeeP-25
butter. .. '-35 l5obster,.... 12y:
Jleomargerinie.; 18 S mLion .. I0@1'
rd........ 10 tlanned Vegetahles
Jeans......... 5 Baked Beans.. 10
?ocoallut kg... 10 Corn. :....10@15
elly,,glasB iO0a Peas ... ..... ]0
l ne .uiee...... 4:' npki" ... 12.
gggs per doz.... 0


PRlOVItIONS
lourr V1)rk
'Star of S'tht 2.3t D. S. pr 11
Obelisk ...... 3.25 Bacon Sides....1
orn Meal pib- lu70-O Fresh...... 8sf l
-)at Meal pr tb ... 5 Br'kf'st Ba'n 16-22
Jirit per Ilt ,75a6-0 Ham canv's'd 15-2(
ol.atoes Shoulders..... I
irish ... .1 410 t eel
.rly Il'e se ed 1.60 Corned.....
Sweet.... 60@75 Fresh.. ..: l'
'.tlt, pr ick. ;.00 Dried ...........
Viable :....... 5 Milk pr i. -... -10
ii AtlDWARE.
4tils, oor 4, 4/a5 A.xwithl handle. 75
Galy wire do.6AtI Iloes, each.. 5., m
aMi, tOpe ... 9,l' 2Copp pi>l.l, carL 50
4I.ivew cUo'k,. .*5a25 ,ilnseed <,il.,ga5latoO
'ipe. pnr joitt 18
'nul, periyd. : 5abtCecks..... .5.;
4lueetligs . i9 l ianinel. ...... La4U
Aluslin.... .i aI 'Thread per tIuO l. 5
'e.tms. ...... S1u 45 .'oes, ladies.$ 1 rl 7
.rt pualts pat 22a Men's. 1 II :"111"


NI1 SIJI~.I t'N EOUL,
I 7iuIal' p 'Jas pr IIIm.
..-All Blrick pi- %I.-
I, 'pe ,j-.,l - 7a~ Limea p~r 111,1
L I LLp I 5' icad N U FiS
0 .'lt4 1' 5 aliu 5
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30alt.
1'4it


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10 lIi


Droup dini, Cla '""' ti,,


601.- -. i, ltule 1J.50 La Pth .' .,.. 1.1"1
4.5-' "'4* i f.I iulM er iu le I
i ed ... $2<4

There is more catarrh In this section ot
the country than all other diseases put
together, and until Ithe laAt few-y'cs wias
sunposed to be in urable. For a great
Smany- years doctors pronounced it a local
- disease, and prescribed local remedies
and by constantly, failing, to cure with
local treatment, pronounced.it incurable
Science has proven catarrh to lie &a on-
stitutional disease, and therefore re-
q-iires coustitutionl., treatment. ~tall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by iP. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only
constitutional cure on the market. It is
taken internally in doses from ten drops
to a teasbuonful. It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the system.
_'rThe offer oue hundred dollars for any
ease it fails to cure. Send fpoicirculars
a.d testimonials. Addreh.s, J. F. CHE-
NEi & Oo. Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
'Take ttll's Familv PIlli for constipa-
ion'
The True Mechanic.
After u:an hat '.-orked In shops
for ten or fifteen y;e:rs there Is a great
desire for a change. Some want to go
out on a farm; others think that the
Invention of somet-hing that can be
patented wili sol ve he problem, while
others want to ov.-u and run a shop
themselves. Thi latter is really tile
,true mechanic, but not necessarily the
V an wlib will get out the tiost or even
the, best work while wor!jig for a
boss, says.Clharles .Henry in the Work-
ers' Iagnzlue. On the contrary he
will oft blie considered the lazy man
by the-f:oreman when the vworl is of
an ever recurring character. Le how-
tver; eome difficulty arise In co-i-w:_ec-
tip' with a $ori or have some h-lanr
proposition to itiret and he will atwa s
4kave a suggestio*f to o-Ter that w.1il
Aelp to solve th1 probL:cm,. hite the
oarfllnaov man tnd the hutzuler will
stand around hel;,lysn and often dis
Interested. HeT widn have the elemen-
tary laws of mtei':u.l"-i Cud pb~y s t s
his finger tipj-. \1il. I:now e no4.g' of
e'c.--.":I! t;- ::!''1w bir: t, discourse
u.;>nI tr'4 sul)t.i,.--. In az--l:tlil:g 't man-.
zn,:'. aal he V.ill be well pox.teed upon.
tlje r;e.:u;:iuala pi-ugi'es uf the day.
d ive HiM-Op.
Siag---aY, that's old Sp'rIVls. ialtf
a dozes doctors have given him ip at
;Various tiles during his life. Wing-
What was the matter with him? Bfngi
-T-e wouldn't pay hil bill
---b-e-- Ce
Burtdns become lighjt- eLea eheer-
fly bori'ue.--Ovld. "


PARKER.
S Special report to Ah; B, B
S ThI Parker peoe le are still alive
SAnd prospering.
V W; H; Parke: is -ut survey i g
for property owners, who are anx-
li i ious to get their holdings located,
gig*. and it keeps him busy attending to
their wants.
S Parker Lodge F & A. M. held an
S n.fi-C t+;n nti l ,7T^ 1 --.0.^.'l^^J -


sere ng an we attended com-
munication last atur ay.


Parker school is being taught by
Miss Susan Jeffers, a young lady
from near Chipley. 8he has a fine
reputation for her accomplishments
and faculty of gaining the affection
and confidence of her pupils. It is
to be hoped she will be Able to keep
her full term; for it has heen a
good while since we have had the
school advantages that we consider
ouqtelves entitled to.
Parker is a nice locacation for a
town with deep -'ater landing,
with harbor advantages not excelled
l12 any other location on the coast,
and withal is as pleasant and'
healthy a place to live as can be
found in Florida.
Chas. Stone and wife, and Mr.
and Mrs. Coladin from Ohio,, and
Mr. Burris and wife from Knoxvile,
Tenn., are enjoying themselves
here, Sporting, catching fish and
joking each other. They seem to
be quite contented and joyous and
Parker is proud to have them as its


guests.
Mr. Krider, ftom Ohio, having
purchased a lot for a home is locat-
ed here, permanently.
P. F. Parker; Chap. Marshall and
W, E. Vickery have gone to work
for the government at Beacon Light
under A. L. Pratt as superintend-
ent in charge.
SF. M. Boutelle, our genial post-
master finds employment in his of-
fice delivering stamps and writing
money orders for hid patrons,
I. C.,Gay of Gay attended lodge
here, Saturday.
R. E. Palmer is sawing wood for
W. H. Parker, Mrs Parker furnish-
ing him his dinner. She knows hard
work creates a good appetite and
accordingly provides bounteously
for satisfying it.-
Parker is having a good trade in
groceries these days, and. would do
stiil better if transportation facili-.
ties were better, and not so slow in
.r:-;jin;g our supplies. -.J. C. Vick-
ery is iu his elemnet serving cus-
toniers at W. H. Parker & Co.'s
store. "' .
A debating club has been organ.
ized that. meets at the school house,
where our people can practice up in
the accomplishment of public speak.
ing.
We have preiehing by Rev. Has- -r
ting onthe second Sunday night in
each month.
Come over td church and see how
Parker looks with its streets cleared
out and see how we put ourselves
on'our best behavior in the pres-
ence of our visiting ladies and gen-


tiemen.


Common Colds are
Many Serious


the Cause of
D diseases.


Physicians who have gained a national
reputation as analysts of the cause of va
viou- diseases. claim that if catching cold
could he avoided, a long list of dangerous
ailments would never be beard of. Every-
one knows that pneumonia and consump-
tion origiiiate from a cold. and chronic
catarrh, ironchiti-, nd,.all throat and
linz trouble ite aggrayv ted and render-
ed m rc serious hv each fresh attack. Do
'not risk your life or take chances wlcn
you have a cold Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy will cure it before these diseases
develop. This' remedy contains no opinm,
morphins or ot other harmful drug and
has thirty ynars of reputation back of it
gained by its cures under every condi
lion, For sale by all medicine dealers..'

Not a C-rnk-
-e-I notice you call a good inna:
of your acquaintances cranks. I ho:e)
you do not consider me a crank? Slit'
Certainly not! A crank Is a person
with one Idea, and I never heard any-
body accuse you of having one!-+
Pearson's Weekly.
Suffeiftg a#nd Dollars Saved.-
1. S, Ltper, of Marilla, N. Y., says.
'I a a fcwarpenter and have had many
severe cuts bealed by Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. It has sayed me suffering and
dollars. It is by far theibest healing
salve I have ever found.' Heals burns
.sores, ulcers, fever sores, eczema and
piles, 25c. at A. H. Brake's store.
S Why the Sun Sets.
Little Jack asked his mother one
night why the sun set so often. She
told him that it-might risd in the morn-
ing. This seemed a useless reason.
and Jack huntOd for another. At last
he said:
'*Oh, I know, mother. Th'e sun sets
Wo that s-te can hatch all the days."-
Wasiltagto t Star.

A, Ring's Dyspeptis Tablet after each
meal overomes.indieestion, dyspepsia
and other stomach illn. Two days' trial
free. Ask our dealer. S-ld by W. C.
Iolley & Co.


MARDI



GRAS



CARNIVAL


It affords you the highest
combination of whole-
souled fun and wonder-
ful educational interests
ever made up in a carni-
val. You will see things
that your grandchildren
will love to hear about
over and over again.

Ample accommoda.
tions. The citizens make
this event a matter of
genial hospitality in-
stead of an affair of
profit.
See yourrailroad agent
for excursion rates at
once,


For there'll be a hot time

inthe old town two nights


March 2d and3



Pensacola Carnlval

Association,


Senator J. F. C. Gri gs of Apa
lac'ticola, while making a tour o
the ccast c:untrv halted for a fe-
day o_ t~e Bay an was a pleasan
caller at the Buoy office on Friday
last. Mr. Griggs is a candidate fo
congress from this district and pos
ses the qualifications that should
commend him to all who have the
welfare of the district at heart
Living as he does on the coast, he\:
,naturally more conversant with the
needs which the general government
is expected to supply, than any one
living in the interior can be, and
with no prejudice against any other
candidate, the Buoy believes that
the voters will make no mistake ii
they select him to be their repre-
sentative.
The following are or have during
the past week been guests at Buena
Vista Hotel:
L. F. Metcall, Mobile; 'B.S. Han-
Scock, Tom. Cain, Pensacola; J. A.
Dickson, Mjbile; W. E, McNair,
;Millville; H. Wertheim, Saveich;.
J. F. C. Griggs, Apalachicola; C. G.
- Coleman, New Orleans, Who is look-
ing after government lands; J. N.
Marshall and wife, Chicago, who af-
ter, ten days sojourn, left on Fri-
day's Taipori; Felix, the paint-
Ser. who is doing the inside work
for the new Bank of St. Andrews.
S. A. Grier and Miss Anna Free-
man, a relative of Blakely Ga., ar-
rived via Chipley and Bayhead,
Saturday night for a few days so-
journ here, Mr. G. is a former citizen
of 8t. Aodrews, who never forgets
his old friends and the Buoy is in-
debted to him for a socialvisit.
C. H. Casey returned on the schr.
Pfeifer Tuesday, from a business
trip to Pensacola.
Mr and Mrs. E. M. Goodson of
Panama City, were in St. Andrew
on Wednesday morning.
N. B. Olphant of Parker came to
St. Andrews, Tuesday, with K. N.
Fox and they spent the day here.
Ring's Little Liver Pills wake up
lazy livers, olear the system na clear
the skin, Try them for biliouwnesq and
sick headache Price 25c. Sold by 0W.
C. Holley &oJo.
1*----~- .o i-in.------,
A Keen Observer.
"Who was that, fool you boweh to?'
"My husband."
"Oh, I-er-I--umbly apologies. I"-
"Never, mind. I'm not angry. But
i what a keen observer you arer"-
London Scraps.
SBitter Revenge. ,.
Tommy 'igg-Sister's beau kicked
my dog yesterday, but I got even-with
him, yot1 It. Johnny Briggs-uow?
STommyE Figg-I mtxed quinine, with
her face powder.-Indianapolis ,3our-
nal.

To Break In New Shoes Always Use


Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. :t pre-
-vents .tightness and blistering, cures
'e TAR o swollen, sweating, aching feet.,At all
he S TARPON druggists and shoe stores, _25c. Sample
it ai mailed FREE, Address', Allen S, Olm-
Will caiy Pas- engers to a sted, LeRoy, N. Y.
from Pensacola Mardi Gras --
At Two-Thirds Fare rate. l ;rct:-ic': -;.,


Chnamberlains ": s'":
"i 9'; : m,' u1 t u i t tl l 1'.l n l l .' r a' 'w i v
art' er alli s ery dt'.; ,,:ti 11;., coivirvnt,",,n we,
stahlislhel by s'p inm:o';; :.
"You "are vry deaf. a;ren'tryot. mad
,inu?'" 00SSl ately bellowed he tUf the
i ; o evolen.e.
"I amn so." was the reply, "and
haven't been able to do a thiug for it."
"Have you ever tried electricity?"
shouted the kind hearted man..
"Yes," she said, nodding vigorously,


Cough Remedy
The Children's Favorite
---OURBS---
Coughs, Colds, Croup and
Whooping Gough.
This remedy is famous for Its cures over
a large part of the civMlzed world. It can
always be dndend upon. It contains no
opium or other harmful drug and may be
given as confidently to a baby as to an adult
Price 26 ota; Large Size, 50 ots.


A BARGAIN

In Real Estate!
TheBuoy Has For Sale
The Southwest Quarter ot the South-
west Quarter of Section 1, and the
Soutli Halt of the Southeast Quar-
ter of Section 2. Towns.hip 4 south,
Ilange 14 west.
Lies About One Mile )orth-
east of Millville
_Formerly Known as the' Mrs. Pet-
tte Place
TITLE PERFC ET!
A portion of this land has been in
cuitivation in time past; but is now
ani has been lying idle for some years,

A Gilt ElWe Barain, if Taken
At Onoe
Apply at or Address
THE BUOY. St. Andrew, Fla-

PARKER' S-
4HAIR BALSAM
Clrt."s and bLiutiies the hair.
tieter F l" to Restore Gray
31 ~'r tc ite Yonthul o or.
0--raeltccaot DOrnjjcs


"I was struck by lightning last sum-
mer."-London Graphic.
DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEE MEETING.
The Democratic Executive Commit-
tee will meet in Vernon on the first
Monday in March, 1908, tomarrange for
holding a Primary Election and to
transact other important business. It
is very important that every commlt-
teeman attend
I. A. HUTCHISON, Chairman.


Children and Candy.
Gtive childrou plenty of pure sugar,
taffy and butter scotch and they'll have
little need of cod liver oil. eays Dr.
Woods HIutchinson In Womaan's: Home
Companion. In short, sugar is, after
meat, bread and butter, enP!ly our
next most Important and necessary
food. You can put the mAtter to a
test very easily. Just leave of. the
pie* pudding or other desserts at younr
lunch or midday dinner. You'll be as-
tonished to find how qulcthly -ou'll
feel "mptp. 'v" onion tud how "unfin
shed" the meal wflf seem. You can't
get any v.-orkingmun' to' Pccept a tlin-
ner i,,,!l without pie In It. And Ihw's
absolutely right. The only tiing tlhlit
can take the place of su~ns here 1-
beer or wine. It is A si7.tlilcntt fac;
that the free lunich.ounters run 1;
connection with ft~rs firn.!hb every
imaginabl'e tbing e-xce)t sweets. Ev'n
the rcstiuratits 'and lunch grills at-
tnclied to salooiis or bars often refur'P
to serve desserts of any sort. Thiey
know their lU s-so Ytf 'e fiire' s ugar
and sweets a man' afice at A meal the
less alcohol he wauts. Con'ersely
nearly every drinking man will tell
you that he had lost his tant(' for
sweets. The more eno"dy a nation' con-
Bsumei,. the less alcohol.
Postid.
One good thing about marrying a
widow ij th,:t she doesn't expect ro'
much of you in the way of being good'
and talented dnd noble; Somuerville'
Journal.
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S own hair? Can't do it?
Haven't enough hair? It must
s be you do not know Ayer's
3 Hair Vigor I Here's an trinfr-
t duction! May the acquaint-
e ance result in a heavy growth
d of rich, thick, glossy hair
S Use this splendid hair-food,
stop your falling hair, and get
' rid of your dandruff.
The iest kind of a testimonial--
"Sold for ever sixty years."
AL o zMaufotuLerB of
SARSAPARILL. I
7ers CsERY PECTORAL.

FASCINATIU GE OLOY.
A Study That Stirs the lmginrstion
and Wonder of Man.
"Perhaps the greatest era a t te -his-
tory of geology,". says. a writer in tho
London Times, "wat that i which the
cataclysmic eosception of terrestria:
changes gave place fo fa belief fart
such changes had, fi large parif at
least, been grad-cnT and continuous alnd
produced by t.t o'v operation of
6aus&s til!l i ac 't-' ,; n cl parts of
the glob e :taIhe :s. conception
had its or!gin-lI FoF::; -e no doubt In the
BIflical narr=ti:!e ,o tie deluge and in
the extent to .'.FI the highly eigra-
tive language of that narrative had
been impressed upon the minds of
many generations of men. It would
d'ttra.lly be supported by the' phenom.-
ena of earthquakes atd of volcanic
eruptions, phenomena visibly and even


startlingly productive of great local
SChanges di' seeming to afford at least
possible or conceivable explanations
of all other changes whtch ad preced-
ed them.
"It gradually came to be' perceived
that these great anid fartling events
were really insignificant both in their
character and in their extent when
they were compared with those
wrought by the simple influence of
weather, by the splintering of rock
surfaces by the freezing of water with-
in crevices, by the denudation occa-
sioned bV riaitfall and to be noted by
those who arT observant, in the tur-
bidity of every streamlet after a
shower, by the gradual conveyance of
river mud to the bed of the ocean and
by the alterationis of land anid water
shown by fossil remains to have oc-
curred not once only. bdt frequently, in
many part of the globe. The fascina-
tion exercised by the pursuit of thus
tracing back the lines of nature's handi-
work has been strongly felt by many
of the greatest intellects of the cen.
tury, and hence it has followed,that
geology has been studied with an ar-
dor which, in spite of the compara-
tive newness of the pursuit, has al-
ready placed It in the front ranks of
contemporary science.
"Those who are insensible to its
fascinations or who are ignorant of
the truths which it has revealed have
often been disposed to deny or dispute
its utility and to think that the time
devoted to it might have been better
employed. It might be sufficient to
say that geology furnishes the knowl-
edge which is essential to the econom-
ical and successful extraction of the
mineral treasures of the earth, of the
coal .and Iron which have done so
niach to create and foster the pros-
perity of England or, as Professor. W.
J. Sollas of Oxford put it in his ad-
dress, that it has conducted water to
our thirsty cities, has poured the gold
of Africa into the lap of commerce
and found diamonds to adorn the fair.
"Put these things, he declared. were
subordinate to the endeavors of the
society to foster right thinking on the
mysterious problems presented by the
planet 6n which we dwell, and In this
grent conception of its work he will
command fle' assent of all who recog-
lize what has been tI past time tht
effect of righ-t thI~tkmg npon human
history and its influence in raising
nankind to the level which its r iost
civilized representatives have uow at-
tained and from whict3 they look for-
ward to still further advances. The
rotaries of science have -Seldo'm been
stimulated by mere utilitarianism; but,
as a matter of fact, utility has follow-
bd In their footsteps wherever these
tave been directed."


Keeping Open Eouse.
Everybody is welcome when we feel
good; and we feel that way only when
our digestive organs are working prop-
e'rly.. Dr. King's New Lfie Pills regu-
late the' actVit of stomach, liver and
bowels so perfectly one can't help' feel-
ing good when he uses these pills. 25c.
a t A, i" Brake's store.
A Wated Motion.
"Ladies," called the president of the
afternoon whlt club---"lad es/ it has
beea moved and seconded that there
shall, be no cov-rersatioV it the card
tables. What shall we do with the mo-
tion r'
"I suggest that we dficuas it while
we play," piped a shrill voice from
Table" A. and the suggestion was adopt-
ed.-Clevelanti Plain Dealer. .
Not Qualified.
"Did you Iutend to drown yourself?'
asked the maistrate at a Marylebone
police court when a cab driver was re-
mianded oi a charge of Attemptedi aul-
elde.
"No. I cannot sirii'," replied the
mait.--Lofidotf Mail.
Lame Kacic..
This ailment is usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles and may be
dured by applyirg Chambbrlain's Pain
Balm' two or three times a day and rub-
bingthe parts #igoroinsly at each appli.
calion'. If th'i d not f % I .. '
bind on a piece of flannel slightly damp-
ened with Pain Blim, and quick relief
s almost u're to follow. For sale ly all
emd-icine dealers,


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IF YOU SMOKE,.
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Physcldians endorse P. P. P. a a sbaM-
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and Tertiary Byphllis, SyphlUtle Rhan-
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Complaints, ercurial Poison, Tetter,
Scaldhed, ete., eto.
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I Handle no nuack Nostrums.
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY 0O. PONDEI *
DR. JJ JESTER. M, Dr)st.
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A Worthy Antagonist -
"Did you visit any of the old Cavee
when you were up ini Scotland?' Jor-
kins lvasj aokod b a:a fr!iend.-
"Yes," replied Jorklas reminiscently,
"'and, by gum. 'e had to forcibly pall
Malia out of one cave."
"Good gracious! She was fascinated
by ts" beauty, I suppose."
"No, It wan-'t beauty. You see, there
is 6 wonderful ec-ho' in hLe~ cave, and
Maria couldn't bear to think of the
echo having the' last word.'"-Liverpool
Mercury.
,t a Lvo'yor.
"You are' quite a ieglil' gentleman ,
aren't you''" sail a baru I;ter to wit-
ness at Westminster county court.
"No," replied the man; "I work for
*t0 lUving."-London' Mail. -


A Poeib'ility.
Old Nancy Doane was -oted fo'r
ntriling orig'nallty of some of" -r .
pressious. One da'y. r' was tfi ::
about the utter inanilt of ano'-. i-"i'
woman in the neighborhood, anJ '. aa
sald: -
"'I fi-eL see 6er ~iirtf ^6':i 1:A
down in a ehercbf, i. there If'aOTl set I
set ad Bot, dolf' dbototelf 6i'fli,' .'r
hours an hour, day after a4. 'Ir in
ay dool, I h'd think sle'd a .
The Tramp's View.
heo times are gettl.gf works. Y*; .9
offered me work at fiv d4ident i .
foday."-Fllegerde nttter.
81ik and velvet- put ot 'tbe itebll
Are;'-4S maf Proverb.


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,' REST AND SLEEP.

Only Rational Cures For Brain lag
and Nervous Exhaustion.
jpep is the best and cheapest ned
Sa-' t and It is within the reach of
eyerbody. 'We requ-re,.s munch sleep
s we a prlret. We may work at
high prewruare If we sleep enough, but
If we overwork and 'aderleep Irrita-
illty, Insomnia and neurasthenia are
.litpot eftafnly In store. One of the
pi~sat e'usee of. ill health among meu
&al women who have to work with
their brains In neglect of sleep. The
woman ,~ho curtails her sleep benus
SI 'l-orry."
InyifilclDent sleep In the first Instance
Is a couumou cause of Insomnia. Best
S nd sleep are the only ratln al cures
.;' fr UtlIn fag and nervous exhaustion.
It lf-the highly developed mind that is
able- to worry. the alert, highly
strung individual who is brone to suf-
fer froifi sleeplessness. Tie country
yokel can always sleep, and nobody
ever saw a neurasthenic cow. but the
higher the type the greater need for
smat and a sufficient amount of sleep.
Neglect of sleep is perhaps the most
fatal error made nowadays by busy
people. Sleep is the only rational cure
of as It is the natural safeguard against
brain fag and nervous exhaustion. It
is always the highly developed, ener-
getic individual who Is the first to auf-
far from worry and sleeplessness.-sMc-
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All That Was Left.
A young married couple took a late
train for Washington, Intending to
spend their honeymoon in rambling
through the corridors of the capitol,
Congressional library and other public
buildings. The porter was awakening
passengers at an unusually early hour
that morning, and long before the
train reached Baltimore he had them
up. The groom told his bride that he
would leave his coat ant hat and re-
tire to the smoking compartment of
the train. He went out and met a
friend, who asked him back into an-'
other car In order that he-might meet
a friend of his. Soon the conductor be-
gan making his rounds and taking up
tickets. The yonmg bride referred him
to the smoking apartment, where, she
said, her husband would be found. A
moment later the conductor retOrned
and informed her politely that the
bridegroom was not to be found. The
other passengers were startled by a
lodd shriek.
"My husband! Oh, my husband!"
~"Don't be alarmed, madam," said the
conductor reassuringly. "Nothing has
happened to your husband. He is
probably In Baltimore. We dropped'
two sleepers at that point." And that
was why friends of the young couple
who went to the station In Washington
to meet them saw only the bride cling-
Ing to- an overcoat and a silk hat and'
walling, "This s all there Is left of
- him !"


DRINK HALF

OF ANY


Ofr finr, Was ai l Liquors!,


And Shnd the Rfest Back!


If They Are Not as Represented!



CHAS, B.URNETTE & CO.,

635, 637, 639 WEST BAY STREET,


&L SO ILILLE


W I;si jes in Bulk.
Per Gallon.
Ploria Special Rye............ $1.50.
Congree Rye ...... ......... 2.00.
Bookdale RBye.............. 2.50.
PaIIIl Jonea ye.e .............. 3.00.
Belle of Mrlan4d Rye......... 3.50.
IPu Jbnts O-i.BAKER... .<. 3.50.
v" n]iv dton .............. 4.00.
old Oib B ..... .......... .000
0 M GltWhIakey......... ....... .3..0.

.OORN WHISKEY.
. . atr. a ,tB.rn............ $1.50.
arnorn pl tv NQ. C.orn...-.. 2.00.
0 Seetl N.C. Yellow Corn...... 2.25.
O. ld~ MOtUNTAIN Corn... .40.
SGod *Md It)sipeIr cent. double
p ., *.... .. 3.0.





-Pep allo .
..... te ........ ..... $2,.50.
.d.e.. e.......... 3.00.
lll t r ..., ,....... 3.50,
-4 qte. 12qts.
- "-- ,jtl f Club ......... L3.0.) 8 &00.
*y le.... .. ...... 3...F 9.00.
: C.a ter' ...............; 4.00 10.00.
, G'i.hen WHddinsi.... .. 4'25 11.00.


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Whiskey in Bottles.


4
, Monongahela Rye.......
The Leader, Pure Rye..
Old Crow Rye..........
Monogram Ry. ........
Private Stock Rye......
Wilson Whiskey......
Belle of Maryland.......
Paul Jones' Four Star...
Livingston Rye...........
.Old Oscar Pepper Bour-
bon ..... ... ........
Canadian Club..........
Mt. Vernon Rye........
Dewar's SpeQial Scotch...
KingrWilliam Scotch...
Dnffy's Malt Whiskey...
Canada Malt............
B in Tom Gin.* .........
- iO1?dQP 's Enaik Dzry'
in. .1rr;: *-, ....', .
Geneva Holland Gin....
Plymouth Gin...........
Tennessee *** Cognac...
Superior Bltckberry.....
Old Apple Bradyr......
OldPeach t1andy.....
Old Sc. Croix Rum......
London Dock Jamaica
Rum ...............
Gin Phosphate.........
Rock & Rye............
Best Banana Brandy....


Sqts.
$3.20
3.50
3.75
3.75
420
440
4,40
4.40
4.40

4.20
4.50
5.00
.50
.00
4.00 -
3.75, ,
3.75,

.3.76
4.20
3.75'
6.50
300
3.85
3.75
450
4.50
4.201
3.00
3.:.'0


12 qts.
$ 8.00.
9.00,
10.00.
10.00.
10.50.
12.00.
12.00
12.00.
12.00.

13.00'.
-14.00.
12.00.
13.50"
10.00.
10.00.
10.50.
TO. 50F.
11.00.
10.50.
17.50.
7.00.
10.00,
S10-.00,o
13.00.
13.00.
11.00.
7.00.
8.00.


........... ...................... ... ... ..... ... 1.00

................................................. ..00O
quarts. ......... ........... .. .................. 50c
.......................... ................ .................. . 50
SCHAS. BURNETT E& CO,
635, 637, 639 West Bay Street,.
JACKSONVILLE, .'LA.


TWO MAPS.
ONE .DOLLAR FORF
X MAP F' ST. ANDREW UI'TY
30x50 inches, correctly platted and
vthewing- all lte 'more important
Itiibliteng-i- of 'great value to any
sote ooitaemplting' puirclhafihg prop.-
orty iii touvwt~ *Beers abont font:
MilUes of oaast line, extentdingi eWat-
ward from pyer's Pul .t to ani etm-
braoing Old St. A.ntrew%, with tcr-
' paoponding territory inmnd. Price
One dollar, at. t4e BUOY Office.

FIFTY bJENTS 'FO
ISEQTIONAL MAP OF T'IE-.T
ANDREW&S BAY COUONrRY,
*-lhowmig all th ilar.ds disposed of b)
tie Coiteinati company, also locate-
Harrwon, Parker, Oromanton and
aiTj acent bountry.. The pint of the
-ots is not shown. but by tile aid of
thiinap the approxim te location ol
any lot it early determined. Priee
Filty vJtte at the Bnoy Office.
.Eigermip will be sent by mail to
any address or. receipt of the price.


'0TkA~e MARKI
aCo& an orisTsa&
a.4Wentla)n alt Ol~abI~dl abmle. mimmi '
em~iiArlcT 7 olvd-1t %.I. tat dbookoD n PAL.
0 t e f W A I ra+. ,it ,y-i'ca mnC.i rOng pat u t .
pr,"antseoga 't.ak rr)u,bktwuu & Co. reisx
eaIn italai% wft0but ciarge, n-tbo
- Scientific iwtrican.
A himcisgdan Illnatrated- weekly. LarvestoW
fiav'aon of &uy scentlfle journal. Termsr, 3 a
& o oldr baall ndy adWe
N u': m oa~ Brdoaydayt New Yoade
amaeb O~d~o. cia F St0. W shrli 0a. L C.


Our Clubbing List.
The BUOl has inade very iberalelulh
thing arrangements with a few ofthe verve
Iest publications in the country and I':,r
tlie present can Rend for a whole year
-I he BUOY mad,
SDetroit Free Press(twice-a-week
and Year _ook)......... .. 7
The Fla T.-U. & Citizen, ditly for $5 85
do Semi weekly,folil 55
Scientific American' ... 3 5
Farmer Iad Fruit Grower" ... j 55
Floiida Agriculturit ... 1 55
do clubsof 5. each ,..2
Farm Journal, Philad'a, Imonll ly I 10
Oinuhtirati. Eequirer twice a week
8 large pages each issiue..... 1 75
AtlantaOonstitution .. I 75
N.Y. World (thrice a week)... .. 1 75
The Cosmopolitan............... 1 5
The Orlierion.................. I 0
For nty or either ofthe above publica-
,ions in entiiectiou aith the BUOY ad-
raos all orders to I HE BUOY,
St..Andir.w Fla.


KILLTHE COUCH
AND CURE THE LUNC8

WITH Dr. King's


New Discovery

U Ho & $1.00.
FORBgOuCs PRICE
FG OLDS Trial ottle Free
AND ALLtTHROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
GVAAO ED SATIMPACTOR
OR MONEY REFUNDED.


For Sale!
We offer for sale a strip from the
,omni sailf of the north half of the
aorthbvest quartrr.: of section 10, town-
Jhip 4 so'jih, range 14 west, r. Iiin4
f om the school house to W'A:s:.n h3b.i
adjolnine Millvilie on the iouth. \V.;'I be
Arild in ac-re quarter. or La!f-acr !uts
The pri-e asled will be arco-,ing to
lotatic.n. ,'. A. EMMON6 -, C 1.


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Lhe as~ustant superintendent of the
plaiv that the Illinois Steel company
i .nmoitaius at Joliet stepped on an un-
,rotected gear and lost his leg just
'ter he had warned his men not to
lie guilty of any such 'ulinmble negli-
;e:iee of their dwn safety. I am will-
iug to admit the existence of culpable
negligence altogether apart from the
negligence of the company. Andnot
onul. that. but I am,also willing to.give
a bl'teific illustration.
I was standing one day on the plat-
form.of a blast furnace. "All at once.
unexpectedly, I heard the four whistles
thnt indicate danger. There was a-
tli:r'" in the furnace. The whirling.
edd.hing mass of ore. coke and lime
stoue In'the high interior of that fur
oce. had got caught somewhere. some-
bow. and was refusing'to come down.
When It did come down there would
be a crash and perhaps an explosion.
I ran and got behind a brick pillar.
On coming into the plant that morning
I had signed a piece of paper. just the
sui II kind of a piece df paper that ev.
;rry \isitor sins. saying that I would
int hold the lilia,.is Steel company re-
'[-;ni.-ible for a-t1ything that, mi-tit hap
p) :i to rue: F reflected' that nobody
'w'u.lll plofIt by my- demise. But ob-
(crv' what the other men around that
',.....t tC 'tc 'e (lidl!
I co(dl -e then rs r peered out
'r-'.- j ,.ei'!i, y brick pillar: Those of
lior P1 who were already in front qf the
!t:-.ce looked up at it with an expres-
'.Iaj: of -'"ofound curiosity on their




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LEGAL NOTICES._
NOT.'CE FOR PUBLICATION.
DERAHtTMENT OF TH INTERIOR.
Land Office at G inesville, Fla.1
J:La "20. 190., )
Nolico is lhereliy given thlil John B.
Brown of einietl, Fin., hap filed notice
of his intention to make final five year
proof in support of his claim, viz: Home-
stead Entry No. 3061, niade F bie. '25
1901, for the e.L.2 ol sw'l, s 1 4 .If e'l of
section t1 and uti *.f @ e4ne of section 19,
township Is, range 13w, uad that said
proof will lie inaile left're the clerk of the
circuit couln at Vernon, r'la., on Feliru--
ary 216, 1908.
He niiames the follonin g il nesses to
provelis contim-ljuss t~aiditnce upoin and
cullivalion of t(h1 land, vil.:
W. inckney, F' b l. Mii.-liru, J. M.
I'.rier and C. T. Porier, all of Ieniinett.
Fli. HCNsa S. CHI'BD. Register.
A 11l E'ditor's fie paid.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
LAND OFFICeAT G AINEKVS I.LE, FLA.,
Felb. 3, 1908. )
Notice is herely given that Diniel J.
Parker of Nixon, Florida, has filed notice
of his intention to make final fiv,-year
proof in support of his claim, viz: Home-
stead Entry No. 31,860, made Nfov. 5,
1902, for the et of nw3j aad,eY2 of swi
of section 1, township 2s, /r. 12*. and
that said proot will be made before the
clerk ot the-circuit court at Vernon, Fla.
on March 10. 1908,
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivittion of the land, viz:
Robert Nixon, E. Singleton, J. McCall
and J. H. Porter, all of Nixon, Fla.
HaNRY S. CHUBB, Register.
I9iEditor's fee paid.

A Good Job.
The late Andrew McNally of our
well known publishing firm once had
occasion"," said a :Chicago lawyer, "to
consult me about an infringed copy-
right. tMr.'McNally said he thought
there would, be no trouble about cor-
recting this lnfringeient. The thing.
he believed, had been funocently done.
The man whlp had done it was an am-
ateur in publishing-unsophisticafed,
like a girl his father used to tell about
in Ireland.
"This girl was the daughter of a
poor man, and every week or so she
used to come to the village rectory
with a pheasant or a hare to sell. The
price she asked was low. and for a
time,the pastor bought of her. Then.
somehow, his suspkio(ns were aroured.
The next tfme thngi:'l called he said
to her sternly:
"'It is good. fresh game yhn bring.
my dear. and your price I ws l\ S rea-
sonable. but do you come l.y all these
pheasants and haire.s l:,estll:. ?'
'Oh, shtre. ye3. your, reverence.'
rF.id the young i;rl. \lMy father is
poacher to Lord Clare.'

Srimall Bet tNob!y Paid.
T.ord Falmouth--who lred horP.cs.
knew all about- them and had had for
tralper thatj'aragon. John Scott-neiver
:ct liut once. Ile had a promisiu-.,
filly, Queen Bertha. and she was the
fnvorite for the Oahs In 1S'i2. She had
:apparently fallen off In condition, and
her owner put no conulience In her.
Falmouth wag Inclined to scratch her.
,whou Mrs. Scott, J.oh Scott's wife.
spoke up. for her favorite. "I'll lay
your lordship sixpence she wins." saiJ
irs. Scott. lnughing. For once Lord
Fnlmouth'broke his rule never to liet
and erxlaimed. 'Done, Mrs. Scottr'
So Queen Bertha, with Tom AldcrokS
up. appeared at the post and. thanks
to the brilliant riding-of her jockey.
beat Marigold by a short hend for the
drst place. Lord Falmouth ,paid his
bet to Mrs. Scott in noble fashion. He
Ipro..Lreq a brand new sixpence fronr
the linnk. had It set round with dia-
mu;td ltnd mounted as a brooch and
n th!it fort pIresented It to thle comely
mistress of -Whitewall.
Bn'es Laxativo (Cough Syrup for
coughs. colds, croup and whooping
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and oid. Motliers. should keep it. ,on
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STEEL PLANT PERILS.

i Recklessness a Psychological Factor
That Must Be Con3idercd.
Irecklessnress Is certainly a psycholog-
Ic.l characteristic of mien in steel
pliants. All t:ilditpou teaches them to
Tle reckless. The very example of their
;ujleriors teaches them to c;e reckless


the bad.
When the nuts are cleaned and sepa-
rated they are carefully sacked and
graded according -to quality and are
then sold at 4/ to iV, cents a pound to
jobbers all over the country. From.the
jobbers they find their way to street
venders, candy manufacturers and fac-
tories that make pea nut butter and
salted peanuts.-Exchange.

THEODORE HOOK,

Stories of the Greatest Practical Joker
of His Day.
SOf the list of geniuses the name of
Theoc~ore Hook is near the top. At
sixteen he was making a big income
and enjoying great popularity. His
name was blazoned in the papers as a
nlr'rldifrv his nrtatrait -us were in the shol-


faces. Two other men who had been
standing at the back of the fortnace,
ran rif the way r'oind it and came outf
in front There they all stood hurling
their mute Interrogatories at/the crafty.
"reticent volcano that might neverthe-
less the next moment hurl forth an
Indignant answer at their headsl--Ev-
erybody's Magazine.



THE PEANUT SECTION


SIt Take, I Portions of Virginia
and North Carolina.


ENORMOUS CROPS IT GROWS,

Nineteen Counties In the Two States
Produce an Average of Twelve Mil-
lion Bushels a Year-The Way the
Toothsome Goober Grows.
Suffolk, Va., is the greatest peanut
thipphig point nu the world. More of
the delicious goohers are raised in
Nansemnond county, of which Suffolk
is the capital, than in any other coun-
ty on earth.
If one fakes the. map and draws aw
pencil mark around nineteen counties
in southeastern Virginiaii al( northeast.-
emrNorth Carolint bhe will put a feIcceo.
so to speak, around fIe greatest pea-
nut section of the world. Those coun
ties are: In Virghiia. Nansemnond. Nor
fok., Isle of WigHt. Sonthnnlipton. S8is.
sex, (Greeuvetle and Prince George: in
North Carolina. Pasquotank. I'er;'ui.
maus. Gates, Hertford, Chowan, North-
.3rumit.n. Halifax, Edgecomrbe. Martin,
Pitt, F.e~iHe and Washington.
'This territory, which is wiLhin'a ra
djus of 15) miles from Norfolk. p)to-
duces 3,000,000 bags of peanuts, every
year. Every bag contains four bush
els, so thnt l.ana'. Inrt I eur s is s he
average anufial production. Thi ship
ping ce:lters of this belt iare iit\fl;k.
Norfolk. I'eterashu:'g andai ith fie!(1..nll
in Vi- :i': !. ?o ie [)('nnlt ts aore anli:.e(l
hi l'eanti(.iee parnd t':a]ifornl:;. ult th
crop) of t;!:o states Is a liiagltelie ls
cotnitm;'r<,l with the po;'oilu'ti(e of the
S'ir,;i.-.:- Noth Ca rolHn: tierito('y.
The sol!h c i!'J "e;i'iaits n're plitintod
about the nindlle of M.5I'y iy nuca.s of
a drill! sinui!anr to a (-or-;r drill. wtinh'b
drops' o w(- ,!' two kernc!s ihi-'i .!i;n(e,
ablt-t i.'Ctve inches aio'rt. The soil
tl' rt li:-,es th: e el -t- pion uts ris light
~:tir,, l'" I,.aTI It nfi4d n'.-' 1:; -i'h.- Iu
faet. a grent (ieal of NVi:'.41i'lli hmla that
V I t T!i lt'-'l in 11the ; : .. I ll; 1 a .:Ys
too r. :,, to. r;'';:e a.uytI'.' o-i is n.i
pnr. l'-:'i;-.. ;:.'a t i i;I!n ;' ;ei of pen:. i ts.
V&-"V lithe 'uit!ti\-;tio \s retuii'ed
Peanu.t lans'a l are usually )p!ovwcd only
)i' C. oi I v .-e \ l','In: the )!aint; ant
s;::|F l 'o . *' 0 oi:It the ..rays.
into he i ro"'- tiar e Is '. 1'o' r. i.- e
the peiiua t leaves t ar:nt ll',.'. A pI'''.,
1q I'tL nIl.','' thi z I.-;t a) t i. ':'l
throw' a (! ', -1 )t i.r .":: :''i-r I i
(un of ,ii'J': -.' c's ILI '.. ".-
Poles s:e\t'un k: eg t .io tt,'a a" -.e "
Into the pro'luid. al l l!', '.! : -
shacked aroiitind t!irj. v.hi t'r., i 'i, :'taI
next to thIe pI .e. :,)[I'. t tl'l .. l"'- ::'..
vines Tornu at l'o., ti ti-n I'o,-i I
'effther. If the .wenatlhewr I e ,ri:;r ; :: I
cloudless wh:le' tlje 1I' iitllt '' '- !: i ;.
0o m rich tho Il, 'i I if .i. i.. .
hulls become Ibldc!ieued a;nil .it lc;'-:.,
which le-4seus the v\'ilne orf tlr' (-' ,
Formerly iall lpe;innts ri".=,.I \'ci.
picked from thie vinos L h .'I N'
mac-hiunets similar t:t!;r;sbep:' cI:':" -
fully 75 per cut of tlih iet:int1IIS fi i
the v iws No Itneligi.o has bceep ;1.
vented, however, that %iI!l d: this
work pit-lfe-ily. ThIe ttilc .,- o'r ma
chbli s'Is to crack the utlls, and p1ea.-
QUts with cracked mills are li.;ely to
spoil. '
-.Wheri the peanuts are separated fronr
the vifes the farmer sacks them and
hauls them to a factory, and his work
ends there, Delivered at. these so
called "factories" his nuts bring 3 to 5
cents a pound (each bushel continuing
twenty-two pounds) for the best grades
and 11J cents "to 4 cents a pound ,for
lower grades. The nuts still have on a
generous coat of dirt.
At the "factory" they are dumped
first into a drumr where the dirt is re-
moved and a powder is mixed with
them to brighten and polish them. Ati
the same time two fans separate the
fight and shriveled nuts from the per-
feet ones. The nuts are then dumped !
on slowly revolving tables where ne-
gro women and girls continue theo
process of separating the good from


Cruel Spring, /
The talk in the village hostelry had
been on the subject of vegetable
freaks, but at length it veered round
to goats.
"Did ever you keep a goat, Bill?"
Inquired a grfy whiskered gentleman
in a corner seat.
"Did I ever!" answered the little
a!iu aCr:ressed with rustic familiarity.
"i i:oUghL oo:e ,art Ch:'isturas wLat
: l;'iy ;i';i!-.:l-t me to the wor-k''s .
I'!, !n ,-thin:. f:oni tius o' blat'kin' to
C .,:o;s that .,Ma t Wo'ld. Lucky
:1a;n for nme the h p:'ing kiled it."
"I (did't know the sca:sos affected
ga'ts." observed the gray whiskered

haj's talking' about seasons?" came


.,,,-, 11 ........II ..... ILI ..p. the r;,'ply. "It was the spring of our
windows,, and he had free admission to a clock wh made a meal of
all theaters andt other places of amuse* 'pne dcy.aks done it!"-London Express.
ment. For years le- was a' social and
literary lion. His last words were: : "-
44 G.e.erafly t.e Cast.
"I'*t is only to the grave that t mIst be ou would mention this to
carried. If my. poor children ereuld mention this to
safe I would not care. I am suffering Jks. It is highly important.'
under a constant depression of spirits "I'B1 mcntion itd o hlm oayu w
whih no one who sees me in society B ho o know you will ee
dreams of." him today?"
Hook's practical jokes were the talk- "Im boundto bump into him. owe
of the day. His intimates egged him him money."-St. Paul Pioneer Press.
on continually, and there was nothing a
he would stop at. One day they point- It w:ll be unnecessary for you to go
ed out to him as an appropriate speci- t truah a painful, expensiveoperation.
men for his museum a gilded eagle of for piles if you use ManZan. Put up in'
men for his mudei m a gilded ea ofcollapsible tube with nozzle, ready to
enormous dimensions which had just apply to the soreness and inflammation.
been erected over a grocer's shop. A For any form of piles.price 50c., gpar-
few weeks afterward while entertain- anteed. Sold by W. C.--Holley & Co.
ine his coterie at dinner at one of the




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old taverns 'le ordered'tfhe "gb'ame"-to
be served. To the astonishment of the
guests the waiter entered the room
staggering under the burden of a 'dish
of uinisal size. On uncovering it
there was produced the identical eagle
which Hook as a practical joke had
contrived to carry off. Merely f6r this
sort of fun Hook used to pull off
knockers and bell handles, carry' away
tradesmen's signs, overturn the boxes
of sleeping janitors and do other devil-
ment Xuntil he had a roomful of hquse-
hold attachments and street orna-
ments.
One night Hook was passing a great
house where there was a reception of
the swellest of the swells. Dinner had
just been announced. He said to the
friend accompanying him: "3ohn, I'm,
going in here to spend-the'evening. Call
for me at 11 clockk" The friend was
horrified. Said he in protest, "You do
not know these grand people, and you
are not an invited guest." "That's all
right. Call for me at 11." Knocking
at the door, he gave his hat confident-
ly to the lackey and was ushered up-
stairs. Entering the drawing room, he,.
affected at first to have discovered his
mistake and poured such sallies of wit
that the host and hostess actually
pressed him to stay for dinner.
At 11 o'clock, when his friend called,
not knowing whether fhe would find
Hook at the reception or in the lock-
up. he was more than astounded on
entering the drawing room to se6 Hook
seated at the piano delivering some ex-
tempore poetry to a bevy of the fair-
est women in the gathering. Perceiv-
ing the entrance of this friend, the
practical, joker, who had not hitherto
divulged his name, arose and said:
"I'm very much pleased with your fare,
;Your cellar's as good as your cook;
My friend's Mr. Terry, the player,
And I'm Mr. Theodore Hook."
The king, being present and full of
enjoyment, took a great fancy to Hook
and immediately appointed him treas-
urer to the island of the Mauritius
with a salary of $10,000 a year.-New
York Press.

-Are You Left Eared?
"Left eared?" said the physician
"Most of you girls are."
"Left eared?" said the youig lady
from the telephone exchange.
"Yes, lefteared. The same -i left
hauded--that is to say, Is your left ear
better at its work than your right
one?"
She did not kyow, so he tteted her
finding, sure enough, that her left ear
was a little the acuter of the r\',,v
"It is a natural thing." lie asi-I
"You girls use the left ear esx-ltsi\el.
all day long in your teleiirone woi k.
and the right ear has notllhin : t dl:
hence the Itft, like e muscle. tdeelp'T'.
the right atrophies.
"Indecld." he ende'. "if tie t.'leplmnie
comes into much.greater use we shall
haye not nirirely le.'ft cared exchlauge
grl.. but we shall become a left eared
nation."-Cinclunnal Enquirer.

Failed to Talk English.
.A kl!.onnt faced woman. clennl.
and wvelT pressed. occupied a seat on the
Iuluigranu train over the Penusylvanin
railroad. )Interpreter and passengers
trird to c(u\verse with her Iu a dozen
languages but she odly 'ooLed puzzled.
"'Wh:lt ime doe's tl' i-train reach"
Bri-alIdock- she n-aked the Ionductor in
perfect E glis. when the train reached'
Altoona. Her traveling companions
had failed to talk English to heF. the
only language she knew.-Philadelphia
Record.
r .... ...
Loading Freight by Cards.
:T don't know whether the practice
is still kertupt in[ the far south. but I
remember how tickled I was nt seriag
the method used in loading" g'ioNl luto
flei'ht cars down ta Mis.-ieillrii soine
while, ago," sani a rai:n.ad m:,un of Lt
Lo0uis.
"A lot of strapping black f 'l.w^s wilj
be on the job.under the suiv.-'isioniu t'
a white man, who will lye l;-. iitg or-
ders with! great vnluluility.. "Tlr thli
aboard the king (,t (4diaiu.,adl o: t.iLe thi
to the ace of hearts; load thin. ,:u t;i"
ten of spI .te: this to the jack tf cula..s,'
and so on, and then you'll I,.tli"e cachi
one of the long line of freight '-aris tn:
tacked on it some one of the flfty-two
cards composing aRfull d'eek. T' l Sen-
egamblan loafers for the nmost part
were ignorant of letters an.1 ti,-ores.,
but every man of them knew the lpaste-
board emblems which he had often
handled in games of seven up. That
next to craps is the chief diversion of
the colored sports of Dixie."-Balti-
more American.


Women Who Can't Rent Thert, but
Who Like ta inspect Them.
The superintendii,'nta of an exrpeusive
apartment builli:ig was telling his
troubles.
"It isn't showing apartments to those
who really want one that makes mea
see the whole world through dark blue"
glasses just now." said he. "It's the
aggravation of the people who go about
inspecting tine suits which they bahn-
not possibly pay for.
"You wouldn't imagine how mady
women have the mania unless you had
my job for awhile. Only yesterday a
young married woman and her mother,
both smartly gowned, asked to see one
of pmy six room suits, which rents for
$200 a month, and there's no kitchen
in the apartment either. We serve
meals from the basement at $15 per
week for each person.
"Well, those women were here fully
an hour.- They discussed the outlook
from the various windows and the size
and plan of the rooms and every little
detail. They wantedl-- know 'if the
front room would be done over in old
gold and brown to harmonize with a
certain set of furniture, and they
measured the windows to see if their
curtains would fit
"Where 'baby' was to sleep bothered
the young woman a whole heap. The
nice sunny room she wanted for a
nursery had only portieres between it"
and the drawing room, and another
room opened into a court, Vwhile a third
had a draft blowing through it. They
discussed this question for some ten
minutes, and when they finally decid-
ed that the kid should have a crib in
the same room with its parents I be-
gan to feel that the apartment was off
my hands..
"Then they insisted upon seeing the
chef and went over the subject of
meals with him for another fifteen or
twenty minutes, making him give all
the menus served for a week -back.
After that they climbed to the tbp of
the house to see the maids' rooms, one
of which goes with every--apartment.
"Finally they stated that the nlp;rt-
wueut was the most satisfictory they
had seen andl tat they woull come
back that evening with the young wo-
man's huslanud. They filt sure he
would decide to t:rlie iL'


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thly thought I wasn't going any far-
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