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: June 25, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00268
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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ST. ANDREWS, FLA., JUNE 25, 1908.


S. S. Senator-1st district, S. R. Mal
lory, Pensacola; 2d District, J. P
Tallafero, Jacksonville.
Representatives-lst District, S. M
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d District
Frank Clark, Lake City; 3d District
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
t.and Office-Register, W. G. Robin
son; Receiver, H. S. Chubb, Gaines-
state--GovernoEr N, B. Broward; See
retary, H. C. trawford; Treasurer
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, W
H. Ellis; Comptroller, A. J. room;
Superintendent of Public Instrue
tion, W. M. Holloway; Commission
er of Agriculture, B. E. McLin.
SItate Senator, S. W. Clark, Blounts-
Washington' County-Representatlve,
W. B, Lassitter, Vornon, County Judge,
J. R: Wells; Clerk of Court, County
SOlerk. Recorder. of D 8s, W. C
Lockey; Sheriff, C. G. -Alen, Vet
non; Deputy, G. H. Dantord; 1'i
Collector, W. B. Gaineir, Econfina;
treasurer, H. B. Tiller, Vernon;
Tax Assessor, J. J. Wiliams, Chip
ley; County Superintendent, B.
a. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Th9s.
Collins,* Vernon; County Commis.
oioners, First District, B6e Brooks;
Second District Levi Yates;
Third District, S.L Davis; Fourth Dis-
trict, P.-N. HutCh;son; Fifth Distriec,
W. Singletary-Justice of the
Peace, .ohn Sturirock; Notaries, W
A. Em'mons, A. H. Brake.
School Directors, G. W. Surber, Sr.,
P. M. Grills, A. H, Brake; Postm s.
ter, W. M. Conely.
Panama City-Postmaster, G. II. M-
Kenzie; Deputy Sheriff, Ai Hoge-
1boomvie-Postmaster, J. S. Melvin.
Justice of the Peace, G. M B. Harries.
Constable, J. H. Daflin,
parker--Postnaster F. M Boutelle"
Notary PublleW. H1. Parlelr.
Callaway-Postmaster; M. N. Carlisle.
Ailanton-Postmaster, Andrew Allan.
West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
Gay-Postmistress, Mrs. It, Gay.
Tompkin--Postiaster, Emery Tomp-
Cook-Posiniaster, J. J. Fowler.
Wetraipo-Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
S Murlee-Postmaster, ames M. Murfee.
Calhoun County Cromantonl-Postms-
ter.Nor a Hoskins.
I'Fermudae-Postua ter, W. F. Wood-
ITe northern mails, via, Anderson,
Gay, Bay. Head and Chipley departs
every day except Sunday at 3:00
o'clock-a. u., arriives every day ex-
cept Sunday at 7:15 p. m.
fast Bay mail for Hnrrisol, Mlllville,
Cromaulon, Parker. Plttsbr(ir, COOK,
rn Farwdule pud' Wlctapro leaves St.
Andrews every morning except Sun-
day at :O80 o'cleek, arrives, coming
.. estat 1 riock 16p8. L .
t ti;ia
Sl~pt lat- urch vyoml ave.*t
In g 'ark St. Serv;.es at 11 a. m. and
.:;u p. TO. Sunday School every Suit
Stiy at 10 a. mn. Rev. J. W. Boyd,
I etuodist Epiacoll--Church Wasi.
ington ave. aild Chestnut st. Sunday
school 9: 30 a. m. every Sunday.
kRev. F. Wineman, pastor.
,*resbyterian--Church corner ILoralin
S Ave. and Drake St, Sunday school
at 9:30 a. n. every Sunday, John
Stur lock, Supt.
tatholie-Church corner Wyoming
Ave. and Foster St.

Parker Lodge No. 142
.-E. &Sc-A^ E J
LRegular Comuanuii-
Scat oin o the first
S candi third Satirday
in eacil month.
Visiting Brothers
W. H. ARKEU, W-. M.
B. E PALMER, SecretarV

Notary Public tfo State at TIarge; has
Jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
affidavits, legalize acknowledg-
ments, etc., anywhere In Florida.
Special attention given to land con-
veyances and marriage ceremony per-
f.. ormed for lawfully qualified parties.
Office at the Buoy Office, St. Andrews
Doctor of Medicine. Graduate of the
University of Bonn, Gerrfany. Chron-
ic Diseases and Diseases of uWomen
and Children my specialty.
N.tary Public tor State at Large
Solicits ofcial business in this jurisdic-
fOffice at Bank of St. Andrews.

Notary Publio for State at large. Of
flee at Store, corner of Loraine ave-
fiun and Cincinnati st, All Notarial
work solicited and given prompt at-

Justice oi the Peace, Dist. No. 5.
Office at residence in West 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 hie jurisdiction. Collections a
rPhyslclan and Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of Bayview, offers his profes-
sional services to the citizens of St.
Audrews and vicinity. Residence on
Sluneua Visra avenue.
:- omoeopathic Physician and Accou-
e heur. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
S Notary Puolic for the State of Flor-
", Ida at Large. Office at Parker, Fla.
S Conveyancing and payment of taxes
for aou-residents. specialties.
Hope is a flatterer, but the most up-
right of all parasites, for she frequents
the? pI ,:' mai"'- but as well jas the pal-
aRe- of his sluprlo)rs.--She:,s t n e.

One Dollar a Year in Advance.

Entered Sept 3, 191 2, at St. Andrew,
Fla., as seconJ class matter, under
Act of Congrass of March 3.1879.


Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
month. *Position and extraordinary
condition rates subject to special
"Local Drift," bc per line, first inser-
tion; 2ic each subsequent. Display
.locals double above rates.
If this paragraph is checked with a
bl e pencil It ifsia emitider*'tthat- your
subscription has expired and that two
orthree extra numbers will be sent
you that no break rnry occur should
you choose to renew.

Well, the republicans have nom-
inated Secretary Taft on the first
ballot, amidst wild enthusiasm, as a
candidate for President of the Unit-
ed States. Mr. Taft is the staunch
advocate of President Roosevelt's
"policies" and ig essentially the Ad-
ministration candidate. Beyond
that, Secretary Taft is famous,
mainly, as the "Father of Iujunc-
tions." It remains to be seen how
Union Labor will receive him. Mr.
Hughes- of New York or President
Roosevelt, if he would have accept-
ed the nomination, might have been
elected; But Secretary Taft-well,
wait' till the votes are counted.

The past, the only. guide to the
future, shows that it is waste of
-time to con over republican plat-
forms to try and discover what may
happen politically. What we do
know has happened should -be
enough to turn every wise voter
from wishing a repetition. We
know that republican policies have
produced a disastrous panic. We
know that through bad .manage-
ment and vicious extrav the
.expenses'of-the gov"tly
il te t income .e Bs
nfl the 'tak o rev'isin rB t r

that q)rolects the trusts a~nd plun-
ders the people has been gain post-
poned to the dim and misty future.
We know that the promised curren-
cy reform is but a vicious and mis-
erable makeshift to benefit the Wall
Street banks at the expense of the
county at large. We know that
the last congress was a do-nothing
congress as far as reform legislation
is concerned. We know that leg-
islation for the business interests,
the farming interests and the work-
ingmen's interests has been put off
to a more convenient season. Such
is the record, Promises can hardly
mend it in the minds" of sensible

Scientists are finding out many
things about ancient nations, some
of which may be true and some not.
Inference is often advanced as fact.
Guesses grow into possibilities and,
possibilities into probabilities and
probabilities into certainty. Dr. M.
G. Kyle tells a story which illus-
trates one method of argument. An
Assyriologis boasted that -'the Assy-
aians understood electric telergaphy,
because we have found wire in Assy-
ria.': 'Oh," said the other. "we have
not found a scrap of wire in Egypt,
therefore we know the Egyptians
understood wireless telegraphy."-
Home Herald.



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Judge Stubbytoe's Court,

If it's not too much trouble,
Do you happen to know
A young man 'round here
Named Judge Stubbytoe.
Of Squeezem-Huggem,
Or Cleanem-Scrubbem.
Or that other great frm of
Loven & Co?

I'm in a defendant,-
A most serious cae
Of a loving assault-
In Face vs. Face,
Which plaintiff demure
So often occurs:
.It happens eah night in the
very same place.

fHier Sealskin.


Copyrighted, 1907. by E. C. Parcells.

No one ever ncciued Mrs. Stone of
being unduly sympathetic. Ten years'
experience with a brutal husband and
rten Aubsequeut years of buffeting with
hae world had deprived ber of that
~riuu-r-L~r- Il .-I ch, h"o~ ~.1

ever I;ossessd It. ~'he wasr illi.
fitted to w'halt she was-head of (he
Associated Charities off a large. city
Impost6rs Who crime fawaning down
the corridor dreaded this sharp eyed.
thin lipped woman. What anu expert
cross examiner the years of insight
and unbelief had made her! Hlow dcif
ficult it was to have the telltale bottle
or cover up the telltale odor when !she
descended on their albodes!
She had driven away haulf the ruendi
cants hi town The worthy ones whom
she had,,mnade comfortable at home-
they even were not grateful: they
missed the noise and excitement of the
street. But Mrs. Stone was obdurate.
If the police would not enforce the
begging ordinance, she ,would. If the
really needy ones would stay at home,
she would see that they were provided
for; if they infested the street, not a
penny should they have from her, and
she would see that they were arrested
Into the bargain. So the blind laven-
der men took to woodcarving, and
they all grumbled and were very unt
One morning a woman in a bedrag
gled black gown and a veil with a hole
that came just over the tip of her nose
made her way into Mrs. Stone's oLfce;
Mrs. Stone knew the type-husband, a
laboring man. just dead: from three to
six young children, not one of earning'
"Be seated." said Mrs. Stone brusque-
ly, but not unkiud'l.' and her limp
g-est perched iuniomifo:irably on the
edge of the only chair, which was so
located th;t ,'-ory ray of cold gray
tight searched out the lines li the vis-
itor's face. "What can I do for you?"
"I want work." said the woman.
"What kind?"
"Any kind of work by the day."
"Can you clean?"
"-Waab well?"
"Pretty well."

Now. eould I but d
Young Judge Stubbyt M
The trial would and
In a moment orw .
For he'd flne Me just thife-
One sweet Iood.lnght klms,
Whilh I've waited to pay for a
hour or .s

"Cook '"
"Some-plain things."
"H'n--cleaning would be best for
Mrs. Stone notail these details in a
- book, together with age. name, ad-
dress. nativity, and then came down to
:nour interesting details.
"'How long have yonu lived here?"
"A, week."
Mrit. Stone raised her eyebrows.
"Where did you come front?"
The W oman mentioned a nearblh
"-1 'iv dil you lpave there '
"'M.I tm."d dud."
"I!ow loug ;ago'" .

"I "i' t' "
"/>1: (*. i r e." '
S"The oldest s ten."
"TI shab:ud leave you anm1y1itng?"
The woaninu hesitated.
"YeV a little." she sall finally.
"How munch?"
"\''o11. thai s-a(.ety Inured hini and
,midt the doctor. and I had a little left.'
"How iuti.h?" came the remorseless
"About .$30."
"Yofi h:ave that?"'
"No, liut'ain."
"W!ilit dld you do -with It?"
"I bought something."'*
"Indeed:" Mrs. Stone's pencil was
suspended In the air. "What ?"
"A se(Cls'.-!lu snck."
"A whatt" Mrs. Stone almost shout-
. The woman cnst down her eyes. "A
sealskin sack." she repeated almost rn-
"''elil. I declare!" Mrs. Sthne said
alardt. "A charwonitn with a new
$ -3( sealhskin!" she added to herself.
"'When do you propose to wear it,'
-she wen-t on o inquire-'"to your work
lu the morniun:?"
"Oh. no. na'am." continued. the wo
man, ti:king the question seriously. "1
wouldn't wear It every day. On Sun-
days I'll wear It sometimes. If tt's nol
too sunuy and doesn't rain. They say
rain do-esn't -hurt 'em., but I wouldn't
take the c-lainces--and sun fades 'emi."
"Whbit good is it to do you, thon?"
"(oh. I tav!ie It out of its hbag and
stroll: t n mcrni:;) and night and be
twei'n whilos w\v'!ui I have thne. There-
isn't pimuch d:an:-er of its beingstoleu
No ore would Frlspect such a thing
iu a Ip!l'e like ours. and I'd thrash a
-hihld within an Inch of Its life who
dar-ed tell of it. Fire's the-worit. 1 do
dread tire I wish I could Insure It."'
Mrs. Stoue was fHcing ari.f the
problems of her career.


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John Milton, jr.
W. H. Watson.
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"I don't understand' st at all," ae
said. "why yon should have spent yoni
entire capital so wastefully and so
,'Iuelessly? 'Vou have nothing to weal
with the thing, and -you come to a
*haritable assoclation to get work foi
"I'll tell you," said the woman eager
ly, her.fnce lighting up. had want-
ed i.steoalskfn all rhfiy life. I was a fac-
tory girl, and on my way home at
night I used to stop before the fin
shops and look In-all those lovely
cupeo and things-I wanted them all
I'd have learned to sew fur and have
worked In a fur shop If I'd have dared,
but I a,'n afraid I'd steal something.
Then I runrrle' John, and there was
nothing but hard work and babies
Sometimes I couldn't-get out to look
in a fur window fot,.a week at a
'Ime. TenD.John dled. T awaoaftyai't.
.*-rw- .smght "T'hreef-&iirrd.dol.
Srs wouldn't buy much for six, but 11
.veuld buy a sealskli. I wanted It all
ny. life! I never had so much monev
if 4ne time before-I couldn't help it-
I jAkt had to buy it. I was never so
happy I my life as the night I wore It
lome., and I'm .Jnst as happy'with It
,iow. I'd do it again I'll work my
;lugers to ;the bone for my children
But I suppierS you won't help me to get
work now!"
The woman, had risen from the
chair's edge. Mrs. Stone was medita-
tively tapping the desk with her pen,
"Wait a minute," she said. Mrs
Stone was thinking. She was remem-
bering that two of her lady directors.
lately widowed, were seeking forget-
fulness in Europe, the meager allow-
ance granted by the stingy departed
having been multiplied by a generous
court while the estates were being set-
tled. Mrs. Stone might not be sympa-
thetic, but she was logical and fair
"There's a Janitorship vacant In a
school which I might get for you,"
she said. "It's $(60 a month, and you
-onid live well on that. Are you strong
enoughh to do the work. and will you
:o it well? Of course if you don't do
It well you'll imply b~ discharged, but
I should dislike to reosumend nu 19-
i'onmpeteut peryn)."
"Iut me on trial." snid the woumin
a1Hgrerly "Indeed. I'll do It well. and
lamne l lo!d enngh to help me sonil."
"'Very well," maid Mrs. Stone. "Come
it 9 o'clock on Monday. and i'll see
-vhat aHn be done."
For several setoonds after her visltoi
ad left Mrs. Stnue snt silent lb'fore
w'r desk. Then she whirled uliol(t In
'ier revolving chair to IIhtieu to the
'text tale of woe.
A, ninth ilter one of her nsslstnnts
-lId to her;
*'"'mn 'nlfrrkd tint.-wotmk,-for i-wiher
ye 'eclnred the aInltrrt',.' place was an
tip~wtor, after all."
"What imikes y'ou think so?" anske
I Mrs. ,Stone.
"Well. anyhow. I don't think she's as
',oor as Ellen West, who wanted It."
"'She has five children to supportt"
*eturncd Mrs. Stone. "Ellen has ontly
owo. and she drinks."
"Yme." said the assistant. "but I
saw her In the park yesterdayy. and
what do you think she had on?"
"A sealskin sack perhaps"' said Mrs
-he wals adding
"So youn.knew?" gasped the other.
"Yes. I knew."
The- assistant was hitrsting with co
"losity. She \vulfted a moment.
"'Perhaps she has seen I ,tter days."
-lbe venturei!d.
"I don't think so." said Mrs. Stone.
'Though it was a sort of Inheritance."
"Oh!" said the assistant. "But it Is
very good and new.* I thought per-
haps It was electric, but It wasn't. I
should thiuk Pbe might sell it and get
honething for the children." *
"She might," said Mrs. Stone, "but I
don't think she will. Two. eight, nine-
teen. twenty-four-we've taken in $240
In dues this month. That's not bad."
The Word "Niws."
On the derivation of the word
"news," which has been a puzzle to
many learned philologists, there Is the
The word explains itself without a muse,
And the four letters speah from whence
come "news;"
From north, east. west and south-the
solution's made.
Each quarter gives account of war and
-Minngapoll Journal.
Pinesalve Carbolized acts like a pouls
tice Quick relief for bites and stinr
of insects, chapped skin, cuts, burns,
and sores, tan and sunburn. Sold by
W. C. Holley& Co.

je all night'wlth pick and sual ft
r onEle triito at noon the next day that-their
l .c C c labon were compeltod. Then.thUWonl
r And Dynamite. approach to the mine had e a tren b-
ed.and.mined and electronic wrein t~i.--
rled into the of~ce buflI.ng. Renl d I
[Copyright, U7, by E. C. Paroell.] had threatened there would be
They called him the "Black Death," The manager was ready to t
and they had god cause to. If there That day went by without slar~. ', .
* was ever a fiend in human form It was did the two following. Ranmlhr' had
t itamiez, the Spaniard. He had come twenty-five miles to go and matS .
Seashore on the coast of Chile with the He had to call in his raldilny rt l .
Swreck of a Spanish vessel, and within and fit them out.
a fortnight he had committed robbery At 11 o'clock on tbhe tm loin of theA
and murder and had been obliged to fourth day he appeared at the b0 '.: -
flee to the mountains. There be got a his hundred men. They lest a ots ebt '.
little hand together and killed and forming up. Ten minute aftwm%.tt
Sobbed as a trade. After the officers rsat man had been seen the psWb
Sof the law had failed to kill or capture band utfered a blood curdling yptl oan
the man he was pursued by the '01, dashed forward at the building Ba ir. ,*,
illers-aud finally driven Into Peru. res had been told that the -bt d
.When the wnar broke out the Were w.deserted, but he. kn t o .."
hundr.ode dir.adfenrk ;aii&-.
have gradrly joined RaMmre, bt f sat %f'itoll ettig:.f
Increasing his band to a hundred hls when an engineer told him that fti--
would take no more. second had arrived be gave a pmIB.
Up aioug the mountains, just over The building rocked and the mountain
rhe Peruvian line. the American Mln- trembled, and for the next quarter of
ing aud Smnelting company had been an hour a great cloud of dust hUtl
leveloplng the liamboldt -ilher mine. over the spot Then the men went out
It was a rich mine and had paid h They found the earth torn and rent
oodly sum for its concession. Raml, and sflured, and they found hundreds
:ez had come within five miles of it on of fragments of human bodies but
two or three occasions before the wat, they found no living bandit. Ramulre
but had then hesitated and turned and his band had been wiped of the
back.. It was guarded by over a hun- face of the earth by electricity and
dred government troops, and the peons dynamite. M. QU .,
who did the mining had been armed
by the company. The war called the Very Patient.
troops away. It was then that the A doctor now eminent, was at oet
peons were drilled and told that they time serving as Interne In one of the
must defend themselves. They entered Philadelphia hospitals as Well as hold
into the spirit of the thing for the next ing his own with a teotele-of rather
two weeks, but then an event hap- gay frtenda On a certain morunug th
opened that caused all but about twen- physician awoke to find that he b; d
ty of them to desert. Ramlrez paid a sadly overslept. Blepily donnir hib
visit to the mine In person. He ap- attire, he hastened to the bcopitul ani"
peared one afternoon unaccompanied. soon a stalwart young Irt.brmab elatl.
He was dressed In a white duck suit, ed his attention.
carried a cane and wore ~ new som. "Well, my man, what sress, to be
brgro. and the manager at first took your trouble this morning?" Inqulred
him for some prosperous resident of the doctor, concealing a yawn 4and th* -
the valley. The "Black Death" entered Ing tlh patient 1 the hand to etihsalue
the office as any gentleman would, his pulse.
and, taking the proffered chair, he "Faith, sor, It's all in tue breathing ,
quietly said: doctor. I can't git je breath at all at
"I am Rnmlrei. You may possibly alL"
have beard of me." "The pulse I normal, Pat, but let
"Not Ranlrez, the-the bandit!" ex- me examine the ludg artkon a- mo'
claimed the manager. meant replied the doctor, kneeling be
"The same, if you wish to apply the side the cot and laying bht hbLead.- the
term. I have called on a little matter IrIlhmunu' cheat "Now let re hear
of business. I have not hitherto dle- yoe talk," be continued, cloatng bl
turbed you because you ate Ameri- eyes and listening attentively for
cans and are taking no part in this sounds of pulmonary congtetion.
war, but I am now In want of money. A moment of ftlence
I have assessed you at $20,000 I "What wl 1I be saying .docterI
gold." finally ase fW padtit. ,
!'But, my dear su-"- began the as- "Oh, aMy ranthieng. a ount. OM
toulabed manager. one. two. three and.Up;' 'hat W* .' ,
"There are no buts with Ra Pres, murmured the plbyslcl n dftemw ,.- ,.,

a mule, without ,uneceasary ms hy. '
The mannnger's first feeling of liwep'-onPMi' 1* rf 't .is co l'titi "
Sand fear fled away as he loo ad .at -weakl, ,"' Wd~ed a' ilMy-a.t
the man before him. Clean shaved tin h idred 'an' avluty, ti hbu.Jfed
and well drossed, the dread Spanlard an' ivit-ty-wan.'-h.8cee.-"
did not look ferocious or formidable. o tn art-
Hh- eyes and month betrayedd l ret An the odr fshing ds whe
cruelty, but here he was afl alone And ot ubeforeB g dawn whie yo l
and the manager had 300 men at his ga up s before dawn an.t d tole down-
back. The fellow seemed to know i to the dim kiten-u drink ,,r
what was passing lu the other's mind. milk, a doughnut and a trlan;lke Up"
for presently be laughed in a sneer- and g stole out spd ietlyng f"-; I t W'
Iag way and said: and got the spading ogk-. l~ba R '
sensd.arch, armed with fkt anet somatl
"Go ahead andtry It if you wish." sareh, armed with" ru and iotm.
Io ahead andotrIt i you wthe ne" can, under the broad leaves of the rhu-
"I shall not pay you the money," barb bed, back of the n:vause auJ
barb bed, back of the bon',upe auj -
was the firm rely. down by the w barn yu d
"Ah. I see! You will depend upon dwn by the w w barn unti yu ha
your peons. Very -ell. Let us make enough worms for rthe day's sport.
your peons.I xery well. Let us make Then of course you left the fork stick-
one single e erment. You there ing in the ground-you u ,tvr would
want syou sunte time, and the in- learn to put things away-and started
do werne open, He had called to off; through the garden and orchanrd
stopping long enough for a handful of
hlf a dow7n men outside who weyje currants and a pocketful pf sopsiavine
movUg n Piece of machinery. They l
Sot a ~ideceo ofmachiner.. odhey --over the pasture bars, eating a hand-
came into the office and stood with the pasture ba, ting a an-
thir hts in their hands while heful of huckleberry orow bush black
looked them over with a grim smile berries here and there; into the wood
an thm oer with a grim smileuer road-very dark and still In the dawn
"Di d any of you ever see Ramlrez?" -where you stepped along very qulet!
"IIoly mother, but you are the man" 80so as not to disturb the bear (you
knew perfectly well there were no
sho-ted one as ho turned and fled, fol- bears, but you rather enjoyed the
lowel by his companions, spreading ss to the ot tru
th news as they fled. creepy sensation); then ot through
"You see," said the "Black Death" the deep wet meadow grams to the, riv-
as lhe turned to the manager, "your er, where the sue n was now beglstn
ransom is now $30,000." to burn away the wisps of mlat and
"Ill never pay a cent of it, never! I the red winged blackbirds were mWL-:
ought to have you arrested as you ing a tremendous fuas over their bouse-
stand." keeping. You reached the river bank
"Just as you will. You refuse to at the pout hole or the big rot or the
pay. Take the results." old willow (of course you know the ex-
With that he turned on his heel and act place), and then you started fs-
walked out of the office and lingered ing.-Atlantic.
for a couple of minutes that the men Pineules for backache, little golden
might see him and be duly Impressed. globules, easy and.plesant to take. Ant
That evening there were only fifteen directly on tpe kidneys, purify the
men out of 800 left at the mine. The blood and inyio0rate the whole sytcom.
rest had run away with the fear of Best for bakache, lame back. kidneys
dtath union them,. The .ft~ Ienr lar a d bladder. 30 days trial $1.00. uaCo
.. .. anteed. Sold by W. C. Holley & Co. -,

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I/ I l I it T i
The str. Tarpon arrived from the
south at 10:20 a. m., Friday, and
fron Mobile, and Pensacola at 11:30
a. m., yesfrday.
The str.. Manteo, arrived from the
south at 11:30 a. m., on Thursday,
and on the return trip westward
became disabled, and in conse-
quence has to postpone the excur-
sion which was planned for today.
Carries tio East Bay Mail between St
Andrew. Wetappo an4 Intermediate
points. Leaves St. Andrew daily (ex
e*pt Sunday, at 5:00 a, m.; arrive at
We aDpo at 1:9.30 p. m.; leave Wetappo
it 1:00 p. m; arlvds at St. Andrew at
7:30 p. m. Makes landings regularly at
t Panni City, Oromal.ton, I'arke,.Cal-
laway. Ooon, Allauton and Farmdale.
Freigbt landed at any postoffice whAr'.
S-or pa senger and Ireight rates, see
r.ile card n tha several postoftiLOe.
SF.A. W^rtBlihi,,, Manager.

The following" table record- tre max-
Itmum, minimum ahd mean 'eempera-
tnres, therainfall and direction of the-
wind for the twenty-foar honsr funding
at 7 o'clook p. in., as indicated by U. S.

Dte...... .
June..17 91
18. 80
19 .88
'" 0 20, 91
'* 21 92
-,22 --93
*'- 23 91
i 89 ,

Sa 1 i Rain. Wind
70 80 .Q91 e
72 76 2.1' s
73 79 .02 se
74 82 .00 w
70 81 .00 ts
72 -82 .00 'nw
69 80 .00 *s
71 80 2.14 I

Sick headache and biliousness reliev-
ed at- once with Ring's Little Liver
Pills. A rosy complexion and clear eyes
eaeult from their use. Do i.ot gripe or
sieken. Good for all the family. Sold
by W. C Holley & Co, + ,

Frank Inconristency.
John uanter. one of the pIoneers In
the practice of niedlehle oer n v',,n
tury ago. was absolutely b!lnd to tiny
theory unsupported by facts. While
many men were guessing out things
he wa seeklog to prove them.
"I love to think," he Rald to one of
Ils colleagues. though he afterward
Squallfed the statement by an almost
oontradfitory one:
, :. -'ut why fbink? Why not make the
Lire Dther men of real' genius. he
was not'afraid of seeming linousIsteut.
Sir Astley Cooper once asked him, with
'Me.lo strprlse. 1 be had not once stat-
A''.. i r v 'at yttaiae 1ith
S9pe. t for. and he-re
ri y pli; y. .ll I hope I grow wiser
evT6y;.oTear.*' "
Agan na pupil :loaquied If lie had not
wrtten'to a errtail effect..
"Never ask me what I have sald." he
retured. "or -what, have written
Itutf ryou.ask tme whnt my present
atftuonn a~ I will tell you."'
'rnI''mmtS. too. he would 'say tot pu
plls wno were taking down iotea:
TYt h:nd htt(er not write Ido. n that
lhr-erv:flton. Very IMply f rball th!lkl
'"perntIlv npet rp.,r"


: ade and Delivered Within a

Here is Rallet.or Womeq.
Mother Gray, a nurse in New York
dLseovered an aromatic, pleasant herb
S uw' for woman's ills, called Austral-
as Lg0 lat, 'It is the only certain reg-
ulator. Cures Ifemale weakness and
b ekacbe, kidney, bladder and urinary
tWouble.. At all druggibtU, or by mai
0e. ~am'ale FKEK.. Address, The
Mother Gray Co., LeRoy, N. Y.
s f Fair Warning
-.He'l Ball 'leuk t. your father to-
Snight. How rWt hetr ngu? i She-
By enlllng hila %ttrintlon I o'fw. tsttutes
governing a~isawd. manstar hter and
a murder. Ppa ti so mlpulstve. you
Ifa asi wlshebs t~ rry a woman
r 'i'ars a old, should he ask ifer fa-
ther fr bert-Atchison Globe.

1)G>A[ TT W helI -Wedding .bells will soon break the
stillness of the air again if the Biuov is
--correctly advised.
-The new St. Andrews meat market -Madame Rumor has it that St. An-
opeined up for business yesterday. drew is to have a brass band soon. It
- -bouvucKlr dooK ot. t. Andrew, 50c can't materialize too soon.
at Ware's, Godard's and Masker's. -B-orn-At 4 o'clock on Sunday last
-Colored and plain souvenir postal- to Mr, and Mrs. F. H. Gwaltney, a ten-
cards with St. Andrew scenes at the pound daughter. Mrs. Eliza Mashburn
Buoy office is in attendance, and mother and'child
-Fashionable souvenir baronial en- are doing well.
velopes embellished with beautiful -The people are still coming to the
Florida snowy heron, atthe Buoy office. Bay. and everyone speaks of the need
-It is now reported that a new pas- of a hotel. It is to be hoped that St.
senger train will be running to Millville Ancrews will have one before long that
in a'fow days, and to Penama City, by will accommodate all who wish to come
July 1. in future years.
-There will be a Union Picnic of the -The protracted meetings at the
Sunday .Schools, Thursday, June 25, Baptist church ceased last Sunday. Al'
at Martin's Bridge. Let all thelschools though there were but two conversions,
try and .go. tWill start by launch at the Baptist people feel that much good
8 o,cloJk a. m. was accomplished through these imeet-
-Blapk Warranty Deeds, short form ings, .and these :converts will be bap.
printed on good linen paper, 25c per tised, soon.
dozen: also blank receipts-100 receipts -A grand excursion is planned and
in a block, 10c each. at the Buov office, advertised for this afternoon by the
-The equipment for the St. Andrews steamship Manteo. Without a doubt
ice plant has arrived rni: will be placed the officers of the boat will spaie nc
in position for the manufacturing of ice pains to make it an enjoyable affair for
as fast as skilled workmen can perform all those who avail themselves of the
the work. opportunity to go.
-For sale, cheap-a good, gold -filled -Get your .smoked glass ready and
hunting-case watch; Waltham move- .watch lor the eclipse of the sun nex
ment, in good running order. A bar Sunday morning about 8 o'clock. Thb
gain for anyone who wants a nice watch. greatest obscuration for Florida wtil bf
At the Buoy office from Tampa southward; from there i
-A social dance was arranged for at will increase in provortionsuntil-it be
Ware Hall last night; but as the Buoy comes total nearer the equator.
was printed in the afternoon before the -Manufacturers' Record: Presiden
event transpired, a report of the affair W. M. Gordon of the Birmingham Cc
cannot be aatempted in this issue, lumbus & St. Andrews Bay Railway i
-WIZARD INK Tablets, Price, per qouted as saying that additional grad
box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in a ing contracts will be let next fall. W
box. One box makes ten ounces of the H. Edinger is chief engineer at Chipley
best ink. Economical permanent. abso- Fla/ The line will be 360 miles lons
lutely indelible, convenient, non-curo- from St. Andrews Bay, Fla., via Colutn
sive bus, Ga., to Birmingham, Ala.
--Hfandsoma letter heads with St --Attention is called'to the new di
Andrews Bay date line aild views of play ad in this issue of the Mariann
either St. Andrews Blu!f. or UBoeta Manufacturing Company. This Con
VistaPoint, at e per dozep; ita., imapl pany claims to breaking exceptional
of the St. Andrews Bay countl'y ",< low urices and quick shipments, ahd
Siack of a letter sheet at 15c per dol.t, will be worth the while of intendin
at the B-uov Office. builders to correspond with the compt
-'The Buoy endeavored t)- get a re- ny before paying too much for building
port of the official count of the vote of and finishing materials elsewhere.
the recent primary; but as yet haA been t a common expresio of th
,, --:It :s a common expresaion of th
unable to do so. It isknowu. however, summer people that St. Andr ws is th
that the following candidates wee prettiestplacethe ever saw; ad wit
chosen: For U S. Senator, D tJV p tfPe a
Fletcher; Governor, A. W. Gilhrst; a ood hotel we -wld have a love
Congress, in doubt, with Mays,a few summer resort. Just think of peop
votes in the lead: State Senator, Buell coming here and begging for som
Ccok; Representative R.L. McIenzi~ ,place to stay. It, would seem that th
Sheriff, C. G. Allen; County Cmnmis- people would conre together and oh
sioner. 3d Dist., J. M. Simmons; 4th ganlze a stock company and build a hi
Dist. J. H. Porter. tel that would bO a credifto.the town.
--James Shelby's new show ap'-eared -Capt. W. P, DeShazo, who has ha
in St. Andrews on time, last Wedues- to wait so log for the en ine- for h
day and gave really good shows after- fine new launch, the Esther Lee, ju
noon and evening. While it lacked the built by E. Hand, which had been i
ring performances of a.genuine circus, transit for.a ninth or more,\receiyed
it had plontyof the tributes of the real the last o last week and has itinstallei
v thing to furnish the people of the Bay but found something wanting which
country with a show, the like of which absolutely necessary to operate it, whic
they bad never seen before. The slight he has had to order from New; Yori
offhand and swing features were espe- and which keeps' him out of lthe use
el fine and the band.aooempatirnnt hLsboat for at least two weeks loage;
%'" and ithis oLtt'O h very 1r)'1beLt.o6f th
zlnt~'-nteteto tihe lvatie attractions. and .tins oLmt the vnry be.t. of ti
They snowed to very good businesahn boating season.
St. Andrews, and gave out that the re- Car l Tl iaks
aeipts at Milvilllle were the bust since Prooundl ,rfl fr te
th6 show had been fon the*road.roounly grateful for the se
-Mr. Robo t Brown, one of the pic- vices rendered throughout our re
neers of the St. Andrews boom.ngm time cent bereavement, we desire, thr
died at Millville at 2:30 o'clock at the tho .Buoy to return our since
a.ye of'69 years and was buried in the -thanks to all those thoughtfi
Parker cemetery Sunday morning. Mr. friends fo' their kind offices.
Brown and family lived for years upon ,M. & Mu. E HA .
a homestead near Parker, entered by "BEr H AAN D
them shortly after they arrive d hero, "_DBERT _AN_.
and they have'always been held in high Thinks It Saved His Life.
esteem. Fur years, they and the editor Thks aved Hs Lfe
of the Buoy were neighboring liomc- Lester M. Nelson. of Naples, Maiul
steaders, and friendly relations always says in a recent letter: "I have used D1
, existed. Eor the past six months the Ki.`g's New Discovery many years, f(
deceased had been gradually approach- coughsnl d colds, and I think it save
ing the end with a malignant carbuncle my life. I have found it a reliable reu
Supon his neck, and his deatht'alhough edy for throat and 1ung complaints, an
1 shook to his family waq not entirely would no more be without a bottle tha
unexpected. The surviving relatives L would be withoutt food," For near]
have the heartfelt' symnathy of friends forty years New Discovery has stood a
throughout the Bay country. the head of throat and lung remedies
-Lucy May, the delicate one-vear-old As a preventive of pneumonia and 'hea
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Hand gave er of weak lupgs it has no equal. Sol
Suder guarantee at A. H. Brakes store
up her little .life at 12 o'clock m., last 59. and $1. Trial bottle free
Thursday, June 18. The preceding day
had been the anniversary of her birth Thcughtful f'dn.

, and loving relatives had sent presents, A lady who Is s.ulhe. to heart dit
* which *arrived on the night after her care took tea l'-t t-.unday with
S-death. Little Lucy May had been a aiith'.l!r.n a:ld v'lite sitting at table
I very tender. delicate child from the ler ihus'in(l rushed In without a ha
I and in his shirt sleeves.
time of her birth, and her death, tho "Bed ical hi be e chiimed hurriel
sad, was not ,so very unexpected, The hbs wife. "Don't (excite yourself:
father, mother and younr brother, Del- You know you can't stand excitement
bertave 6een untiring in the effort to and it might be w6rse!"
Scare for and save the little one from an "Oood gracious!" cried' the wife
early gruve; but it was willed other- "The children"-
wise; and the bereaved parents can but "They're all right. Now, Mary. don
bow'in submission. Rev. F. Wineman get ictned. Keep calm and cool. I
oan't be helped now. We must bea
thece visitations off Providence' Witl
most touching and soil-stirring ad- philosophy." :
Sdressee at .the. ,inerSa services at the .Then lt's another!" gasped the wift
houwe and at the cemetery on Friday, "Your tuother's safe. Get on you

the last sad rites being well attended
by sympathizing neighbors and friends


'CAPITAL STOCK, -1 $15,000.

J. DRUMIIOI, Peeid,. r F. BULLOCK. (Cashier.

Judge L. J. REEYES.

i Yeor Patronage is Respectfully Solicited.
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d- thlugs. but ion't hurry or worry. It's
too late to be of any use, but I'll fli
back mid see what I can do. I only
came to tell you not to get excited.",
"Fo)r merey sake," 'Implorec tife al
most fainting woman, "tell me th<
worst !"
S"Well. tP you will have it, the,,couse
quences be on your own head, Mary
I've tried to prepare you, and if yol
will know-dou't excite yourself; try
and keep calmn-but our kitchen chim
ney's on fire, and all the neighbors are
in our front:garde!"
Stie survived.-London Answers.


Thc Great State Paper
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'Twelve Months. 15.00
The Semi-Weely Times-lnion and
The Farmer and Fruit Grov,tr,
the Friday issue of the Seml-Weekly, de-
voted to Agricultural and CltrusFruits Live
tlock. etc. The two-.apers for C 1.00 perv ar
Mailt us your subscription.
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Never in the history of the St.
.Andrews Bay country, has anything
in the nature of an excursion be-
gun to compare in magnitude with
that given by the steamship Tarpon
last Friday night. At the appointed
time, at Millville, a mass ot human-
ity began to pour in upon the vessel
and it began to look as though no
room would be left for others; at
Panama City, another rush was
made, and at St Andrews, a hundred
people had gathered on the wharf,
but not all of these boarded the
boat. However, the nearest count
that could be made, placed the
number of excursionirts at 200.
Heretofore, if thirty or footy people
took in an excursion it has been
considered a great success; but on
This occasions every nook and corner
) of the boat was crowded with people
and it is not'a little remarkable that
thle best of order was preserved
Throughout the entire trip, nothing
t of an pleasant nature having
Sshowii)g4ef. Capt. Barrow and the
Other officers assistants, each and
- every one seemed to be viewing with
Seahh other, to make things pleasant
t for thase on board. The Pensacola
Concert Band, which had been em-
" played for the occasion, treated the
passengers to excellent music anc
Plenty of it; those who cared tc
,dance, did so to thier heart's con
Stent, and the galley was taxed to th(
limit to provide refreshments, bul
s none were left to want for ice cream
a soft drinks, and other refreshments
y Capt. Barrow assures the Buoy
t that he expects to run, another ex
? cursion, during the moonlight nightE
' in July, and there is'nt a doubt,bu
g that the success of last Friday-nigh
e will be repeated, and if it were pos
e sible, will add still greater laurels t<
hi the Tarpon's management.
y 0 ------.-------
e tCanrd of Thanks.
e For the many kindnesses extend
e ed by the gooe'people of Parker an
Miillville throughout the illness
Heath a&d burial of our husband
d and father, we desire through thi
s mediummto express-our sincere ant
;t heartfelt thanks.
n : MRS. JANR BRow,-N,
it MRa. ANNIE B'n,-t.
l; J. W. Bn,,WN.
h Bucklen's Arnica Salve Wins.
(, ni Mdure, of Rural Riute 1, Cuch
rf raa, 'a.U writes: "I had a sore come oi
* th e n lnI 1
e nothingthiiut would, heal It until I aij
plied Bricklen's Arnica Silve. .LJ_
than half ol a 25-cent box won the dn,
for me by effecting a permanent cure.
- Sold uuder guarantee at A. H. Brake'
,- tore.
o Ti-. .'; / .., '.. .,-n - J.
e 11():iio-n are Inr .'i tr: '.l,- in thel
l 'li, li ;'l- ,I ', 'il I. !!'-'n'" ac' p'
I whlit ray of l.Lht for \v;i.i it Is: ;
vo : U.iii pI sses-" Ri thl,);,,i 1 p'is:n ;la'
resolve's ii iuto Its c':!ip.)o;)pitt aI'ys I;
I pass' MIrs' A in the stre'-t witlton'
':lltltinig l'er she <-uou.e't Ul;'rs ; do.pie
painful titl\ls- to acicountt tfo'r my ab
entrltillll:ilmt.tl .a. Iif she Iasses ale I
, concluded r'J:it hehe ls.shorttslghted or al)
'. s itrultn.Jhdd.
r If I say to my niece Molly tlhmt 2 and
d 2 make 4 Abe consents, but Is un.cono
Svluced. But If I show her this little
d fornmula--l+i1+l'4+/4=4---she is at
once all alive with interest and sits
n down to work it out and proclaim ih
y triumph that it Is so. From a harp
t and dull statement of tbe fnc't it has
's. become a problem and an infrlgue. and
I- here she is in her element.
d That is thy way of womankintd In all
\, relations to life.-"Cotnmentsa of Bag-
shot" "

I)on't make any apvisituri, but r me.iiil rr
the 1niame, Swanip-loet, ;)r. Kilmer's
f wamp-ltoot, aid the addtrees. lBiniiloa-
Wn. N. Y on every bottle.

wonder why the Earth moves, write to the author for a
description o tit; It shows the true motions of matter. Address
r FRANKLIN H. HEALD. Station A. LOS ANGELES. Calliorals

Lucy, dear, thou art at rest-
God called yon home--Ie thought it
Many friends gathered near
And sweet flowers placed upon thy bier;
Their fragrant sweetness seemed to
Like to this life that's passed away:
"Farewell, Dear Lucy-how it wrings
each heart
To know that thus we have to part;
But time will come when we can meet,
Dear Lucy, at the Savior's feet."
In sadness, now, we're bowed in grief.
Your precious stay was all too brief. *
The Left Twin.
The survivor of twins is sometimes
credited with curious powers. iu folk-
lore he takes his place with the sev-
enth son and with the child born with
a caul. All these are-supposed to have
either special powers of healing or il
some cases to be gifted with the mys
serious power of second sight. "li.
Essex, England," says W. G. Black li
his book on "I'olk Medicine." "a child
known familiarly as a 'left twiu'-i. e.
a child who has survived its fellow
twin-is thought to have the power of
curing, the thrush by blowing three
times Into the patient's mouth If the
palient is of,the opposite sex." This is
folkicire, pure and simple. Anothll(
coufitry notion generally held is ti:at
SIf twins are boy and girl the latter
will never become a mother. Th-
t physiology of the subject is o obscure
Sbut there Is probably ground for tli
a belief. Another idea not infrequently
Smet with is that the intelligence 01
twins is below the average. It is al
ways difficult to prove a negative. but
Sit is very doubtful whether facts sup
0 port this notion of limited intelllgen'ce
to any extent whatever. It is much
more probable that their physical
e strength is likely to be something less
t than normal.

One application of Man Zan. Pile
R emedy, for all forms or piles relievus
y pain, soothes, reduces inllanmmation,
soreness and itchin price 50c. Gnur-
anteedlto aive sati-faction. So'd i y W,
s C. Holley & Co.

t OriJi.i cf Ya;-.'.: o P cn. i -"ion."
It ; a:;.! :!i', li- toi: Vi Si:Mf lk '.:ii 'c
liO il t:t' 't,'.ll;lAo t'I tf l ini'iny :to.
o over with 't',e t> \ut"'. t tie i ltru.
r" Stl"f!'lk prout:t' iiu.tiion .'rt of, l which
.;is deve!i',eId thIn' ;. h-:i s'mu os
fauk'e twang.-- L.oono Si:e'tator.

Very Sharp.
d 'i eacher-No. .l)hiuiy. if the emi U
Wer( etnl')ty oi;l I':e il'id?. vi'!:i{ (",;i'(
W' e (conipari'e it to? 'lillu- A Ior
i m;naiu. Tean hem--A .t:;.r'; .h,:m;uy-
S Yes. nmril' : bheuleise t would ie ho!
g low n0d.
Tho Hard Knocks.
"This 'old world at bt t .s only tin
anvil aniu l t'if' :i -',i o)f I'tlit'.iit.'i
bt> ck..miil.. rtL i. l. ith v'.r;. .i blows.
stilkies s i:t, f.,ri s. "TL0 lI'i\1 thtI i
hurts us ,P i m. y l: .h;,i ih I h'e.ti."

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K ldncy Trouble Makes Yo'u Miserable
\' -- __- '
'- Almost everybody who l'rac7. tn- news
s papers is sure to know of the w nderfu,
A g cures nrade ly Dr
i i Kilmer's ,, arna[ -Rot
St I the great kidney, ;ier
a nd b!adder'_rFned~.
f' It isthe gteat mrdi-
S cal triumph of the rine-
\ i;lf te ,,th century; dis-
covered after year; of
1 ,!' ~ il scientific research bv
Dr. Kilmer, the enr.i-
net kidney and bliad-
*" der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful in permpt!y curir;g
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou-
bles and Bright's Disejse, which is the woi3t
form of kidney troul'le.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec-
ommended for everything but if you have kid-
, ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
just tharemedy you need. It has been tested
in so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, amorng the helpless too poor to pur-
chase relief and has proved so successful in
Every case that a special arrangement hs
s been made by which all readers of this paper
1 who have not already tried it. may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
selling more about Swamp-Root and how t"
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.,
When writing mention reading this generous
offer in this paper and IFA.
send your address to , /," '' "..
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,Bing- '-.
hamton, N. Y. The @J --
regular fifty cent and Homeof Swamp-Root
dolla s'es are sold by all good druggists.

Tuesday, 8:30 p m.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m.
Wednesday, 2:30 p. im.
Thursday, 9:00 a. in.
Monday, 6:00 p. m.
Tt ursday, 3:00 p. m.
Friday, 11:30 a. m.
Friday, 11:00 a. m.
Friday, 10:00 a. m.

St. Andrew,
A tlachicola,
Ca rrabelle.
St. Andrew.
Panama City,

Wednesday, 8:00 a. m
Wednesday, 0:00 a. m:
Wednesday, 10:00 a. in
Thursday, 6:00 a. m.
Thursd y, 12-:00 noon.
Monday, 6:0o a. mn.
Friday, 2:00 a. m,
Friday, '. m.
Fridrv, 1:30 p. m.
Fri ay,1 ,30 p. m,

SPA. SS r E.1 G--EIJR T-E.iS ,.
'ensacola to,St. Andirw andeMil-lville, $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabclle, $7.50.
St. Andrew alid Millvilie to Aalauclhiola,1 $..00.
Pensaeola to Mobile, $2.50.
fhe aloyo rates,include meais and berths. J. R. SAUNDERS,
H. T. MORRISON, Gen'l Frei-iht and Pass. Agt. President.



Geiieral RMercha niseI



A Full Line of Furniture!

Freight Paid on



Al Goods Except Meal, Flour and
Postoffice on the Bav.


Feed to Apy


mercantile Co..





E:y ~mc~cmc1~
rcc "eri"

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The Old PIONEER STORE Business, .

Foiinded in0 878, andbuilt ut by tLelate L. M. Ware,
now Thoroughly Reorganized under New lana;i:gement

Solicits the Patronage of Old Paltrns
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 Freight on 'lll Gtoowi.s eyceptl F. nur. M.at \and
Feed to anly P t office on the Bay.

$11.00 RATE Rebuilt +


Rebuilt Like New. All Makes, $10I Up


5000 on Hand. Write for PUIRS


____ ___ I__


etuale Weakoness

"Last Fall," writes Mrs. S. G. Bailey, of Turv-
nelton, W. Va., "I was going down by inches,'
from female disease, with great pain.- After tak-
ing Cardui, Oh! Myl Howl was benefited! 1
am not well yet; but am so much better that I will
keep on taking Wine of Cardui till I am. perfectly
Despite the envious attacks of jealous enemies

Anvme ending a atire c and descriptlon $ms
quickly ascertain our opinion free Whettl at
invenotion is probably patentable. Commx a.
tions strictly conidential. Handbook on Pat '
Sent free.' Oldest agency for securing patent.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. recci
pvecal notice, without charge, in the
Scientific JAmrican.
A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest cir
culation of any sciontiflc journal. Terms, $3 a
yc;nr: fr,-r months, $1. Sold by all newsdea'ers.
"fUNN & C0,35l6roadway. New York
iti~cbh Olice 25 b" St. Washiantcu U, C.

and rivals, Cardui still
today [as in the past 70
cure of female diseases.
the organs, regulates
the functions, and aids
in the replacement of
a misplaced organ.

holds suprtieme
years] for te rel
It stops pain, t 1

F38rE AtVsCE
Write us a letter Jt-s.
your symptoms, anJ -*P ;
Free Advice, in i .n :,-;.I-.
A.lress: Ladi-<' ,. is.A i).
The Chattan,cgin.g i ie.
nooga, Ter;i.

At Every Drug Store in $1.00 Bctt

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W. 0, BARROW. Master.







Pensacola St, Andrew & Gulf


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thursday, June 25, 1908.

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t-rreeti. 12(itLt) Unsweet11. a.1 *
rhr~u1klt," 15li Sweeteed 10
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jr.lic$, Aodat I0 Raoyal ........50
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t::raiiid fruitsa
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1$ttr Svin .. 10.@l5
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3emni- Baked l0@lk
Cocoai.u...l. pg. :
wine ~ ~ie... l
Ig~i per dox... 25
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Obelisk . ... -3.2 5 B *Ilconl Sides...12
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(ikl Njeilt 5j .43'ktdt 56-22i
61.11 pel. III, *75e.0O 11am cltty's' 1-2j
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a'b 1 1.50 Boat ,t hiliiu-ier,
J1 ed .... *20

TrrATK OF Onto, OlTY OF I'.OLtO' L d
LVCAs CouN-v. .' f
Frank J. Oileney nitakes :yilh that lie
id the senior partner of thei firm of F. J.
Ulheney & Co. doing business in ihe City
of Toledo, county anid state af6Otesaid, aind
that saidirm will pay the sum oJ ONE
HiUNDilED DOLLARS for each .ind every
cago of Ctanrrh tt.t cannot be cured by
lie ouse of Hiall's Oatarrh Cure.
Sworn to )before ine aniil suibnscrilled ill
tmiy T presence, (hlis (th day of December,
SPi., It(it A. W GLEASON,
,[sAL' *.eNotary Public.
HIall's' itarrl Cure is laken internully
and aLts direclly om tht- blood ad mIIu-
oi8s strf aces of the'systemn. Send for
tliinol'ii alls. free.
TLke liall'a Faiailv I'ills for constipa-
; -;.: :. ret' Alphabet.
little: Margaret was having diffl.
/ ct Ulty +iih the ptha bet, which was We-
lu Il,, lt hel In the good old wayI
T v letter }I wns ia 'de-.perate pitfall.
U! :,e -oi'.-l not membere, so her
mnriher said. "See, Margaret. it looks
f1.e a gate." Th:-t was au inspiration.
N ivw .M1rg.l'et iL in clover. She never
folre.s, l;t thls Is what she says:
A, h: c. id. e. f, g. gate. 1, etc. Her
mother sees still harder work ahead in
p~ukitlg -he little maid forget.-Wash-
Lgt',n Star.
Set the Pace,
Youi, s Mabel li: d a habit when soup
w':s served at the table of mushing
her ccake'rs or bread tl it until It
was a great mess. Her mother made
nIany efforts to have her correct this
strfhtly prinlieval habit.
One day there was to be companiyat
the table. and the mother said:
"Now. Mua el. Mrs Browu is to dine
with us tonight. and I waut you to act
at the table just as nicely as she does.
Please' (,n't nuiish' your soup."
,Fnlel promised faithfully to follow
the example set by Mrs. Brown. and
thedinuner opened with every promise
of a !fine time. However. Mabel was,
using a pair of very sharp eyes on
Mrs. Brown and u1 an instant blurted
forth at the top of her voice:
"O h. mamma, Mri Brown Is 'mueb,
ln'r May I' ...
i '~" ~"%

6ppecial ieptor to the Buo. Special report to the Buor..
Your reporter would like to again Plenty of rain, now and garden
tell your readers somethingg about ought to do well.
Farmdale. iHe has been in every E. Z. Taylor and family, of We
state and territory west of Chio; wahitchka, are down to spend th(
has lived in nine different states- summer months, and enjoy
came down here from Illinois in a themselves,
spring wagon, twenty-three years More people are coming, to Parkei
ago; has been all along the CulfJto spend the summer months, Al
coast fromGalveston to East Flor- right, the more the merrier; we
ida and has never seen any place like company.
that equaled Farmdale for natural Frank Kinny, of Cromanton, was
advantages, in Parker on business, Monday.
It is only two miles to the Gulf, W. H. Parker, was away on busi-
through high, open pine woods; no ness, Monday.
cypress ponds near here. By dig- Our school is near its close, the
going a canal three-qnarters of a teacher has cared for her scholars
mile long, which can be done at a nicely, and they seem to speak well
very small cost, and will be in of her, that is good for Parker
the near future, will be one of the school, and it is to be hoped the

advantages' Another is, you can
jump into your buggy, drive ont to
the beach, pick, up all the shells
you want-at Crooked Island are
main shell beds on this part of the
Gulf; .hunt tnrtle eggs; take a bath
in the surf and arrive back home in
a few hours with but little cost.
You don't have to hire a launch
and pay a big price to get to the
There is no better farming land
along any of the Bays than on East
Bay, and it is noted as being the
home of fine fish and oysters. It is
the only portion of the Bay country
where you can find bear, turkey and
deer wrth only a rew miles tramp.
As to fish there is no place on earth
can excel this-part of ithe Bay. It
is a common occurrence for a per-
son to catch froth 100 to 300 black
bass in a few hours, and single spe-
cimens have been caught of sixteen
pounds weight.
Farmdale has as many voters as'
any other place on the Bay; has a
new.hotel, two stores, a good school
house and three launches, one tur-
pentine still and needs a livery sta-
Tivo launches loaded with young
people went up Wetappo Creek last
Sunday.' By the way, Wetappo
Creek is one of the most beautiful
streams ini the whole south; the
banks are high" and the water is
deep; boats can run up to the bank
and landings be made with dry
feet. and the finest fish are abund-
antin the stream.
The Allanton mill is running pret-
ty, steadily these days.
Melons are coming in by the boat
Ask for Allen's Foot-Ease,
A powder for swollen, tired, hot. smar -
loet. SJ-3nt FREE. Also Free Samplu of
a,new invention. Addrues Allen S. Olnm-
SLed, LeR.y,. N. Y.
I rie Proph.tic Gait.
That there i( pers lierops' today who
:'- ( lhe 5iot lurelilw1t iiii;:iUany gift
I'ti! : I:' le to predletict future events
A probably true. 'he wife of the lpte
iir nichvard Burton, the famous trav-
iler I!ud linguist, not to mention other
ustances of her weird gift, announc-
*d the very first time she saw Burton,
it the time a perfect stranger whom
'he had met quite casually, that he
vould be her husband. At the pres-
-nt moment, too, there is said to be a
ian who has manii'ePted such an ex-
irordinary faculty of predicting things
bhat are about to take place that a
numberr of medical men have purchase
*d the reversion of lhis brain in order
hat they may examine that organ aft-
.,r Qeath to see if it shows any special
ievelopnient to account for his won-
lerful gift.--Grand Maiga.zine.
Like All the Rest.
The Lady--My-husband is particular-
ly liable to seasickness, captain. Could
you tell him what to do in case of an
attack'L The Captain-'Tatn't neces-
sary. munm. He'll do it.-Judge.
Wood's Liver Medicine is for tLe re-
lief of malaria chills and fever and all
alilme',lts resultingr from deranged con-
dition of the liver, kidneys and bladier.
Wood's Li''er Medicine is a'tonic to te
livor and ,bowels, relieves sick liead-
o' e, constipation., stomach, kidney and
liver disorders and acts as a gentle lax-
ative. It is the ideal remedy for fatigue
and wuakrnes r Its tonic effects on the
entire system felt with the first dose.
The $1.0)0 size contains 'nearly 21timcs
the quantity of the 50c size. Inliquid
form. Pl asant to take. Sold by W. C.
Iolley & Co.


In Real Estate!
TheBuoy Has For Sale
'2' l Siuthlwesil Qnarter ot lthe Slouli-
went Quarter of Section 1. and the0

South Halt of tle Southeast Quar-
ter of Sectiin 2. Iowwtislip 4 south.
liange 14 ieNt.

Lies About One Mile North-
east of Miliville
Formerly Known as the Mrs. Pet-
tis Place

A portion of thislalanl ias been in
eiiulivaLtion in times past; but i, nlow
iIl Ihas been lying idle tor somle years.

A Gilt Edi Barlai, ifTakon
At Once!
Appd y at or 4A\ires.es
TE BUOY, St. Andrew, Fla.'

next term, will do as well.
G. C. Springer, is with us again.
Fish are biting finely, now and
starvation has no terrors here.
Fronch Superstitlons.
The French superstitions regarding
deathss and funerals are all but-num-
'berless. "'If you meet a funeral while
driving, you will have an accident be-
fore your drive is over unless you turn
Diuck." tho. say. Mainy. a gambler en
route for Monte Carlo will not gamble
that day if he meets a funeral. Other
will bet only at rouge et noir and per-
sistently en the black. The peasants
have at least a hundred superstition,
bout l.cr,. They (t. Leie (:,l dan id Imn,
\'irgil. too, or C : he but ch:'-uicle it it:
hils conlt{iporarlie?) tiht LBes arse I re
)f de:td r::en's lbone ald flesh. Thi.
!ceems t) be one of the olde.t of the cur
:-ent F'iench superstilions. for on a.
\'ery ol. to;mb! at Arles (found In thi.
vo!ld fn,'!lrnu.u Alyscanip) il th is in
script on: "rThi Hea:' B.coio the Iolanl
of I'ubialo-wcJ1 Bees." Loiidon AI)

Sin glebtoi- yo;Ir w'irfe a.pplenrs to be)
:il un usui:lly thoitghttfnll woilinl. Wed
dlerly --T'hat's w hait* she is. 'Why, you
i-nllld't ihnagine half the things'she
links when I am detained downtown
Only One Sea Povwr.
In the :uauiicltty of pniyi triumphs
latloiui ;ir', .ialleol Fea n owners but
here is onlt. ole e;i 1pa vwer. an. that
's the re. itself. "Far famed our na-
'las ielt u wn '." Within a hundred
iards .of the, Ibest charted hpore stout
lhli:;s are as ulbbies. That sea that is
ts familiar when cHln to little boats
and ferries and tugs as are the thor-
'lugihfairs of a city to Its crowd of
humanity tnkes )on all the aspect of
'- h!nto terror when winds&and storms
prevail. The waters so close as to re.
fleet the friendly lights of he great
metropolis are as fl'io tothe fo;'res of
men as are the depths of the furthest
ocean. Lord Byron's "Apostrophe" has
lo~t fione of Its tremendous reillity In
all the progress from the little wooden
sellers to our greatest merchlnutmen
and" ironclads. Nor can Its -trut'h I.'
lesrened In all the maturest develop
meant we can dream of.-Kansas Clt

A Grand Family Medicine.
"It gives me )pleaiut:o it sl,eak a good
word for Electric Bitters," .writes Mr.
Frank, Conlan of No. 436 Houston. st.,
New York. "It' a'grand lamily modi-
cine for dyspepsia and liver complica.
tionsi While for lame, back and weak
k idneys it cannot be too highly recom-
unendcd." Eliotric Bitters regulate the
digestive functions, purify the blood,
and impart renewed vigor aud vitality
to the weak and debilitated of both
sexes. Sold unda guarantee at A. H.
Brake's store. 5Qc.
Vop~aa.i Wit.
An emperor of Germany besieged a
-:ly which belonged to one of his rebel-
ilous nerlemen. After the siege had
i:ated for n long time the emperor de
'crminLie to take it by storm and to de
:-toy atl it coatainled by fire and sword
rie did not. however, wish to injure
the defenseless women; therefore, he
sent a proclamation into the town, say-
tug that all the women might leave
thae place unhurt and carry with them
whatever they held most precious. The
nobleman's wife Instantly decided to
take hpr husband, and the other wo-
n:ea followed hier example. They soon
Is:;-ueIl front; the city rite in ; long pro-
cassion, each one with h.-r husband on
her shoulders. The emperor was so
much sl:rck w!' the npble conduct of
thl- women that he spared all; even the
city Itself was left untouched.
How the Cook Did It.
He had a number of guests to dip
tier, and he was doing the carving. H,
had deftly taken two slices off the-
Joint. and he nwas turning off a ,thtrh
when the blade struck a skewer, mind,
a: sliding notion and 'came out Lt tb
toll. \vit1 the result thathe Iprlopste-
slice looked like a dead leaf curled nl
by the sun's rays.
He ct rould not say Intense things lij
rhe Iresence of his guests, so lie froze
hiis wife with a glance, dug the skewe;
oit \ih;>isly, I'malde i :i grim Joke ('on
cernlig the Indl,,getlbillty of roasted
wood and ordered little Willle. who
had made several attempts to speak, tc
keep silent or leave' the table.
His evident temper led'to an embar
raising silence, and Willie saw an
opening that he could not resist.

"Cook burned- her nose orful!" he
"Too Inbd." Rsaid the mother., glad of
any excuse for conversation. "How
did she do It?"
"Why," answered Willie very apro-
pos. "trying to pull them skewers out
with her tee+h!"-London ReraDs.

The Best Pills Ever Sold.
"After doctoring 15 years for chron-
ic constipation iand spending over two
hundred dollars, nothing has done me
as much good as Dr. King's New Lfie
Pills. I -consider them the best pills
ever sold;" writes B. F Ayscue, of In
gleside, N. C, Sold under guarantee at
A. H Brake's store. 25c.

Mrs. Byron Harris, of Blakely
s Ga. is visiting her son Jed, who has
been here for some time, trying to
- regain his health.
e Walter. Elder and wire, have
Y rented the Goddard Cottage for
one month. Mrs. Elder,s health is
r much improved since her arrival.
I Mrs. Andrews and son, Oakey,
E are occupying the. Brown Cottage
tor the summer.
John Marshal and family, from
Round Lake, have moved here and
are occupying the Mrs Well's build-
ing, next to the Bank.
Dr. Fain, dentist, went to South-
port, on business, Monday.
John Harper, of Chipley, came,
down to enjoy the pleasures of the
B! ay for a while.
rCounty. Attorney A. D. Car-
michael and family, from Chipley,
are located in Old Town, for a
month or more sojourn.
A. A. Calhoun, of Marianna, has
arrived in St. Andres,'~ for his
customer# summer sojourn, and is
preparing quarters, in the old Sani-
tarium building, for his daughter,
Miss Bessie and other members of
his family, who are to come as soon
as his preparations are complete."
He plans to remain until October.
Miss Massie of Cottondale, is vis-
iting, her sister, Mrs. Wood; also
Mrs. Wood's.,brother and a gentle-
man friend from Cottondale are
visiting her.
Mr. and Mrs. Colberth and two
children went to take the train at
the terminus, Tuesday, morning;
but found there had .been a wreck
and the train did not materialize
and. they had to walk back to St.
Mrs. and Mrs. Chas. Merritt and
little son arrived on the Tarpon,
yesterday, from Pensacoia, and ex-
pect to stay awhile among their
old time friends and relatives, in
St' Andrews and the Bay country.
Bees Laxative Cough. Syrtiu recom-
mended by mothers for young; and old,
is prompt relief for coughs, colds,
croup, hogrseness, whoopine- cough.
Gently laxative and .pleasant totakee.
Guaranteed. Should be kept in every
household. Sold by W. C. Holley & Co.

Cl~wPl and b'.,i]]ics the halr.
1Iroonlci a lu&irIant growth.
Never Pailsl to plstpre Gray
Ba(r to its Youthful COlor.
c alp ndlsu ae hair iUll&.
INc.andloios Dvugli. I

Our New

Hair Vigor

Ayer's Hair Vigor was good,
the best that was made. But
Ayer's Hair Vigor, new im-
proved formula, is better. It
is the one great specific for fall-
ing hair. A new preparation in
every way. New bottle. New
contents. Ask your druggist to
show it to you, "the new kind."
Doee not cdhre the color of the hair.
Formula with eeh bottle
SShow it to you
'I doetoo
S AS A him about it,
Sthen do an he says

As we now make our new Hair Vigor it
does not have the slightest effect upon
the color of the hair; You may use it
freely and for any length of time with-
out fear of changing the color. Stops
falling hair. Cures dandruff.
-Mae* by the J.. Ar Co., Lowell, XM&.-

college Chums.
A rich andil'ell known.citizen of an
eastern cty boasts 'o.au extraordlnari3
Collection of books wherein the au-
thors have inscribed their autographs
It is rumored that the envy, and fre-
quently the skepticism of his friends
have beerfaroused by the flattering In
scriptions In question. and some cynics-
have even gone so far as to hint of a
Similarity in handwriting throughout
the collection
The citizen recently purchased a ran
edition of Siontaigue's essays. Onu
evening at dinune the costly volume
* was passed from hand to hand, and
for a time the owner lost sight of it.
When, however, it did finally come
back to him he was astonished to find
on the fly leaf this Inscription:
*To John Blank, From Ils 011
Frien.d and Classmate. Mike Moon
taLnme."--Uarper'u Weekly.
Operation for piles will not be neces
sary ifyouuse Man Zan Pile Remedy
tut up ready to use, Guaranteed. Price
50c. Try it. Sold by W. C. Holley & Co.
--- -*** --- -
All He Said.
Officer-How Is this, Murphy? Ser-
geant compinins that you called him
names. Private Murphy-Praze, sur,
1 neWver called him opy names at all
All I said was, "Sergeant," says I.
'some of us ought to be in a mcnag
erl~."-Londou Tit-Bits.
"So Nelson is dead. What killed
"Y(), know he had one foot In thb
.; -ve;"
"\Vi'!, o)e' one pilledl his leg."
'lit..*'per.'s Wvvfe y.

l ,': i l i ;t 1': i 'nl ,
i,;' .'**rtln,^.

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That now is the time to build that home or business house you
have been considering? The present business depression has
reduced, the price of lumber and building materials; labor is .
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diug values, We: know tthe value on TOILET sPE;IALIES. We
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The inont fa.ti0diics talStu! iis olesead.
We haye a consignnment of Toilet Soaps, IToilet Sponges and Sponges for tht
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Those who shirk the sleep of Ilfe t *,'
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or $18
er t).

1 ylr-CE FOR PUBLIO ATIO. hFlowing Bigger s
DMsaaurTSr or Tan Imsraok.-pl
Land Office at OGinesille, Fla.
April IS, 190t. x ple.
Notice is herchy given that Mary Peel,
widow of William R. Peel, deceased, of By JAMES REILLY.
Wevtlav, Fla., who. on March 24, 1903,
Maade iomesalad Entry No. 32276, for Copyrighted, 1907, by Mary MclCeon.
lois 6 and 7 section T1, township s, gj -.. ,'
range Itiw, Tallahassee .\eridiau, has
lied notice of Intention to make 6nal. Temple slipped off his coat and threw
Ave-year proof to. establish clam to the It beside the camera case, with a
land shbre described. before the clerk of "Watch it" to the white bulldog that
the circuit court at Vernon, ~f'la., on til sat gravely at the foot of the tree.
17th day of July, 1908. Bigger exhibited his teeth la a slnil
Claimant naues as witnesses: John exhibited his te a sil
Peel, D.J. Vinson, jessee Sowoll, Jo. n intended to be pleasant and stretched
Roftger, all of Westbay, Fla. himself out beside the case on the soft
H~aRY S. OrUBBC Register. mat of pine needles. The walk to the
jWi editor's fsA fail. falls bad not tired him, but he was
NOTIC well content to lie ou the fragrant ear-
Of Application for Tax Deed Under pet and doze and dream of cats on
Sae r Lw fences that were always low enough
ectiun 8 tf Chapter 4888 Law to bring' the feline prey within his
of Florida, reach and of a succession of. canine
lont, price tereby gTrccrte No. e battles in which he was always the vic-
176 dated the 5h day of Jne, A, D. 1905, tor. At heart Bigger was a child of
has filed aaid certificate in my office, and peace. It was only in his dreams that
has made applieltion for tax deed to is- his isalons were tinged with blood.
see in accordance with law. Said certif- Here and there through the woods a
cate e'braees the (ollowingtdescribed locust shrilled and the air was vibrant
property situated in Wamhington county, with the sog of bird and the soft
Florida,, to-wit: Lots 8, 9, 1", bock 17, with the song of birds and the soft
twi) of section',-township 4s, range5w. hum of nsect life. Dick Temple had
The saidl-tld being as.'esed at the date Picked out a dump of pines in which
of the iruanace of such certificate in the to make his camp, and through the
name of M0 Olever. Unless said certifi- leafy aisles Bigger could command a
cate shall be radeomed according to Taw. view of the deeper woods beyond and
tixdeed will issue thereon on the 18th the little river that wound its way
day of July, a. D. 1908. through the forest, marking with a tint
Witne.aq y offici al rgnature and seal of more vid green the undergrowth
[(- s.] this the 4th da of June, A. D., along its banks.
1908. .w C OOKio Y, along it. banks,
SClerk Ciroutl 3ourt. Down the wind came the faint roar
Washington County, Florida of falling waters, where the streanrm
plunged forty feet over the black
'A'IuAsson DIPArATENT, STATE or Li RIDA. stones to dance in very joy at the foot
Offie of the Comptroller, Tallahassee. of the falls before taking up its course
(No. 92.) to the river beyond.
Whereas, hy satisfactory evidence pre- Temple had long ago exhausted the
sei ted to the undereained it h.s been Photographic possibilities of the falls
made to appear that a banking aseocia- ald departed in the direction of down-
tion under the name of Bank of St. An- stream, but the footfalls that roused
diews, located at St. At drewe,Florid*, Bigger from a dream of conquest came
and og anised under the Laws of Florida from the other way, and Bigger looked
has complied with all the provisions re- up just as the sunlight glinted upon the
quired to be complied with by the Bank- golden hair and the scarlet coat of a
ing aws of the Stte of Florida before lender girl who under ther rcu.
an association shall be authorized to com- slender girl who under other circum
menace the business of Banking, stances would have excited Bigger's
Nuw, Therefore, I. A. CO,room, Como- entire approval.
h-oler of the State of Florida, by vittue From the crown' of the golden head
ofhbe authority vested in me'by Seotiona to the tip of the dainty russet shoe
2O02 of the General Statutes of the State she was a patrician, one of Bigger's
rof Florida, certify that the Bank of St. very own sort. If there were bench
. Andrews, In the county of Washington i shows for humans, surely she must be
m.d af tte of Foridn ess authorized toe' possessed of as many blue ribbons as
nenc the Iiness of Banking nnder there were in his on particular cab-
the nanu above giean, with a-capitaml at home.
stock of Fifteen Thousand Dollars, tathome.
Given underD my hand and This being the case, it seemed strange
-.'r se loof office, this 8th day to Bigger that she should share in
w seal. of May, A. D., one thous. common with tho trampish characters a
Sand nine hnndred and sev- desire for his master's property, and
en. A, 0. OROOM, he emitted a lowgrowl of pallte warn-
Comitroller State of Florida. ing.
The girl came steadily forward until
An Eoonomistr she was almost within reach of those
"Yet," boarstd an ov rdr4sed ldl- powerful jaws; then she paused.
vldual, "I make my clothes lart. This "You are a very bad dog," she scold-
at tB allexample of my thrift Bought ed gently. "It is very dear of you to
t three years ago, had It blocked keep guard over those things, but don't
twice and exchanged it once for a new you know they are not yours to
one at a cafel" guard!"
Bigger made vigorous dissent to this
If false tongues were to drop out as sentiment, but the girl went on.
,ealsly as false teeth, what a pleasant "You see," she expl inel. "Roggy
world It would be.--t. Louis Post-Diea wants those extra plates before the
patch. !lcht L ets away. I am afraid yon are I

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hot going tfo-& me have them."
She moved easily toward the case,
talking in the, same steady voice, and
her hand was already upon the holders
w f p Bigger's teetht-set firmly In tier
kl frt.
Had It beeix a tramp Bigger woul4
have sprung at his throat, buthe knew
that there was some mistake, and he
sought otly to hold the girl until his
master should have come up to accept
her explanations. The girl regarded
him hopelessly.
"You're a had, wicked dog," she
scolded, "to make so much trouble.
When Reg comes I shall have him
wh:p you, and he will come. Hie Is too
.nxlous to wait long for n:e. Please
let J:e 'go."
She made a movement to disengage
ai.rself, but Bigger growled again, and
th;: ti:me there was a deeper ffote that
warned her that resistance would be
met with greater force. She sank help-
lesIcly back upon the springy, odorous
carpet of nature and settled herself
mo:e comfortably.
"I shall have to wait for Reggie,"
she said, "and he'll be really angry at
you if you spoil his chance of getting
that view. lie's going back to town
tomorrow, and he will not have another
Digger preserved a discreet silence.
lie was too gallant to argue a pIolnt
with a woman. As long as she remain-
ed quiet he had nothing to say. For
half an hour she sat there in silence
broken only by the chatter of the squir-
:els and the bu;n of the summer noises;
then there was a crashing sound in the
underbrush, and B.!tger pricked up his
ears. while the girl roused herself to
"Here I am, Reggie!" she called.
A"Under the p!nes by your camera.
There's a horrid dog here, and he won't
let me go."
A loud, clear whistle sounded, *but
Bigger only growled a protest against
obedience and clung to. his captive. A
moment later Temple burst through
the alders that fringed the stream:
The girl's face tatirnd crimson.
"If this is your dog," she said, with
dignity, "will you kindly cdll him'off?
He has kept me a prisoner here for al.
most an hour, and my brother is waif-
ing for these plates."
"Possibly the dog appreciates the fact
that I should need them myself," he
said, with a laugh and a sign to Big-
ger. who released hls prisoner and
stalked with dignity across to Tem-
ple. "You see," lie went on, "they hap-
pen to be my plates."
He knelt bn the ground to shift the
used holders to a compartment of the
case and change the new ones to a
sling carrier across his shoulders. The
fIrl stared at him in astonishment, auC
he, guessing her thoughts, looked up.
"Permit me to introduce myself," he
said, holding up the case. She nrow ',
name "Richard Temple" on the silver
plate and blushed in confusion.
"My brother, 'Mr. Storms, has the
same sort of case," she explained. "He
sent me for more plates, and I thought
that these were his and that the dog

had strayed."'
"Stotms*?" 'he said musingly. "Yci
;nuit be Mi-s Mililred Storms, who iF
staying o0r :it thleo leechman ~nm2?"
Thne ;,':I' nd.!. and Temple smiled.
"I think I -anl s:)lve the mystery," Lb
alid. "Y6u took tht wrong road fror.
lie fnils. :lad you turned to the let
ustead of the right you would hav,
,::' to a very Bimilar clump of p'Ce
'here. no (13ubt, your brother's 'cae
!es. You can't blame Bigger, can you ?'
'"Te is a dear ol', faithfull" she de
lare-'. with foregiveness. "And a per-
"ct gentleman," she iodd.e. "He woulf
:iot bite. Tie Junt held me until you
amne to explain the mistake. I should
Ike to know him better."
"With your permission we will call,"
1 msu.gc.teed. "Your brother and I be-
'oi'g to t'he same camera club in town.
I did not know that you were his sis-
ter. I can take you a short cut to the
othe. r c!umpn of pines, and we'll take
the plates to him."
Storms was kneeling over his case as
they c!n'e up.
"I came oad got the plates," he ex-
plaaind -vwhen their own explanation
'i 1 ieenr offered and proper introduc-
tons nconomplished. "I knew you
cou;idn't get very far away, and I did
vwant that' picture with the light on
he wet rocks. Come over this even-
tng. Temple, and I'll show you my neg-
ttives. I go back to town in the morn-
Temple took E gg-er over to call that
-venlng and many. evenings thereafter.
Mildred became his assistant in his
photo:?raphli trips, but now Bigger
only smiled amiably when she came
after the plates. It was while they
were eating lunch the last day.of Tem-
ple's stay that she patted the dog's
white head and looked up.
"Do you knoww" she said, "I think
that dogs take after their masters."
"As you early gave Digger a certif-
cate of good character, I feel flattered,"
he said, with a laugh.
"Btit I do think so," she insisted.
"Somellmas their masters take after

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the dogs." he Insisted. ',Now, wxuen 1
first saw you Bigger had fast hold of
you." --
"I don't, oee what you mean," she
said, with a puzzled knitting of-the
"Like Bigger, I want to hold on to
you," he said as he possessed himself
of her hand, "only I want to keep you.
forever. May i, dear?"
The answer must have been "Yes,"
for an engagement ri1g in the form of
a dog collar adorns the proper finger.

New York's Souvenir of the Remote
Glacial Period.
Though tens of thousands or persons
yearly see the great rocking stone of
Bronx park in -New York city, few
realize that it is the city's most con-
spicuous souvenir of the glacial period.
when all of this section was covered
with an ocean of ice some 1,500 fdet
thick that was moving slowly toward
the south.
That pinkish bit of granite, weighing
thirty tons, standing seven and one-
half feet above its rocky base, being
ten feet broad and eight feet thick,
came from the far north, carried in
the resistless icy arms of the glacier
that swept over the continent down to
this latitude, marking its path by de-
positing great bowlders as it moved
and leaving scratches on the firm rocks
beneath, from the sliding, grinding
bits and masses of granite that set-
tQed to its base and were pushed along
as it moved.
This same b.owder left its mark on


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I the bare face of the rocky hill to the
north of It. in which lies the crocodile
pool. There the scratches are visible
today. pontintg to where the bowlder
stands and telling the story of part of
Its travels.
When the melting Ice departed from
the great block of granite, it left it-
standing through the ages a rocking.
stone so delicately poised that a pres-
sure of fifty pourids exerted on its
most northern au4le causes its apex to'
sway north and south about two inch
es:-New York Herald.

46ome of the Things That Constitute
Leze Majesty In England,
Many people think that leoe majesty
-giving insult to royalty-is not a
crime" in Great Britain. The English
statute books, however, contain many
peno:'des for ',*! h (*' nscs '
I',icing :a p" .'. "-tm n .- 'Ottcr
upsile d:,/n I1 a i~uti hal > ', as
is also tlht de.;'ctu.ent of a coin hear-
ing the r<'yr:l iru:gc. Thi: is l'uiltin'
the king':: e:'.:g.
Private individuals may not raise the
royal stal.'i,,.1l ,' orr :,'hli dwe'ilii: g.-
This is the em.i~i, of tlwe l -eg;.. i-
thority to be displayed onli wv .-e Cie
king is present.
V1 lille :an ;giator mrna talk atg"lnst
royalty in the abstract as much as he
chooses. con+*Port-ntr or in,'ilting
personal references to the reigning sov-
ereign opens the offender to a heavy
fine and iuiii;ls<)in',,nt.
The slightest slap upon the face of
the king or queen-or any other part
of the anatomy, for that matter--is
puniishuble \v;Ih the death penalty. In
the relin of Queen Victorla an Luten-
ant iag"- struck her across the fonce
with his a-.:e 1I1 was selitenm ed to
death, but the queen commuted his
It is likewl.-e a crime to bring the
uniform of the so'-reign Into con-
tempt. To garb a low enmolftn or a
villain of the st:'ge in a discarded un-l.
form of the anry or the navy is suf
filcent to bring heavy censure from the
government For this reason) theatrical
managers usually sm' to it that the "
uniforms worn are not exactly copies
of the real things.

Monkeys and Parrots.
A lung specialist was talking about
a famous scientist who had contracted
consumption from a lot of consumptive
monkeys that he had been experiment-
ing upon.
"This should be a lesson and a warn
Ing to us all," he said. "for nothing is
more dangerous to the lungs' health
than to have a monkey about the
house. Practically all monkeys have
consumption in this climate, and it is
just as easy to take consumption from
a monkey as from a man or woman
It is'the same with parrots. They, too,
have consumption, and they, too, are
most ast tV ve the disease to those

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who pet thefa. As for me. rather than
liv e n thesamebouse with a pet mo-
key or a pet parrot I would take a coC
4n: the hopeless ward of some con.
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1 An Oversight. .
Watch--Eight bells and all's well.
Mrs. Pohunk (feebly)-- I guess, l.Joalb,
he hasn't looked on this side of the
boat lately or he'd known better.

For Sale!
We offer for sale a strip from the
south side pf the north half of the
northwest quarter of section 10, town
ship 4 south, range 14 west, running
from the school house to Watson bayou,
adjoining Millville on the south. Will be
sold in acre, quarter, or half-acre lots.
The price asked will be according to
location. W, A- ~1MMON.0 1 -'
30x50 inches, correctly platted and
showing all the more important
biilliiiig--is of groat value to alny
one contemnilating pnrchasihg prop,-
e;'ty il town. It covers about four
miilvs of coast line, extending east.
ward firo- Dyer's Point to and em-
bracing Old St. Andrews, with cor-
,ro,8pondiing territory inlainI. Price
One Dollar, at the BUOY Office.
SFhowing all the la;Ii1d: disp>'seal of by
the Cincitnnati (Comn)p l, also locates
IIarr.son, ParLer. (nrnantnn and
a ljacent country. The pnlt nftfhe
lots is not shown. but by the aid of
this map tlie appilr.ximate location of
any let is easily determined. Price
Fiftv y(eIt8s, at the Buoy "Office.
either mlap will be sent by mail to
any atldress or. receipt of the price.

Our Clubbing List.
The BUOY has mi;ide-very beral clvil..
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by Druggists. 'MARTIN RUDY. LANCASTra. T

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