Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: September 10, 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: VID00269
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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ST. ANDREWS, FLA.. SEPT: 10, 1908..

p. \ I-_

8. S. Senator-1st district, S. R. Mal-
lory, Pensacola; 2d District, J. P.
Taulafeeo, Jacksouville. -
Representatives-lst District S. M.
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d District,
Frank Clark, Lake City; 3d District,
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
a.and Otfice-Regiater, W. G. Robin-
son; lteceiver, H. S. Chubb, Gaines-
iJtate--Gvernor; N. B. Broward; Sec-
retary, H. C. Crawford; Treasurer,
W. V., Knott; Attorney-General, W.
1. Ellis; Comptroller, A. J. Croom;
Superinteirdent of Public InStruc-
tion, W. M. Ilolloway; Commnlslon-
er of Agriculture, B. E. McLin.
4-att~ Senator, S. W. Clark, Blounts-
t own.
.- I n hgto Cotmty-'Representatilve,
V ~,i LArtter, V~onon. CountyS .al ,
J. R. Wells; Clerk of Court, County
Clerk, Recorder of Dccs, W\. C.
Lockey; Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Ver-
non; Deputy, C. H. I)anford; Tax
Collector, W. B. Gainer, Econfina;
treasurer, H. B. Tiller, Vernon;
Tax Assessor, J. J, Wilianls, Chip-
lcy; County Superintendent, B
F. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Collins, Vernon; County Commis-
sloners. Finr't District, Boe Brooks;
Second i.-tri.'t. Levi Yatcs;
Third Diet.rio .L Davis; Fourth Dis-

Peace, Tohn Sturrock; Notaries, W
A. aEfmons, A. I.Brake. F Bi11ock.
school Directors, G. \V Surber, Sr.,
M. G. Post, A. H. Dlake; Postam s-
ter, W. M. Concly. H. M
Panama City-Post3laster, G. H. Mc-
Kenzie; Deputy she.f, Ai Hoge-
boom.J. ln.
31ililie -Postiaster S.
Justice of the Peace, G.M B. lIarl
Constable, J H Daffin.
parker-Postniasu r F.. M Boutdll
Notary PubUleW- I arlmer.
Callaway-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
Allanton-Postnaster, Andrew Allan.
SWest. Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holly.
SA-Suouthpot-Put n.a.., W. Barnett;
Suouthpo0t-Pot stma r n.
BNotary PuNilC, T. B. D. Gainrry.
-t y, .Y _....t1stters, mrS l ISt. Gay.
Bayhea,- Postmtn,. A Mashburn.
Bay oeadPost,n ,t-. st ,: W To'mP-
CooRk-l'osluaster, ,i. 1. IJowler.
_SImi|Mistli'S, RIrS. Dyer.
eurleeP-ost ater, James IM. Murfeo.
M u rte -- o s .

Calhoun C(ountyt C.o anLton-L'ostuaa-
StarNlora HoskitS.
A Irnohile--ostmwasiter, W. F. Wood
~t" ord ., ..
malls via, Anderson,
unw-a~s '

, ; ..rdule a d Vet mipro ilpav:as it.
A rows every mporhing es-.pt Suu
day at 5:30 o'clock, arrvyes, coming
west at 7 c'(1oc Pi. I*.
,"' Iaptlt--Church \\you. ,;,g ave. front-
s lug P'alk St. & er;.ces at Ii a. W. au,
.; P. m .Mdaykc ool ever. 1uU
lay at lt a. uL. ILnv. W. 13'0d0
: p uita r. "c a r
i-i n,.taodist ]LaIScopai ur1-op dIW asr -
lugltoo a\e. and Chest lut st Suniday
school 9:30 a., m. every Sunday.
rev bV. Winelua. ,pastor.
'1resby teria-1 -(hu i' .corner Lorain
Ave. and Drake St, Sunday school
at 9:30 a. m. every Sutday, John
Stur rock, Supt.
UathollcChurch ,corner Wyomidng
,Ave. and LFoster St.

Parker L dge No. 142
. & A- J: I-
S11l Rogula'r (onimIhai-
/ nations on the first
and -t'ird- Saturday
Sin each mouth.
v Isitinlg otherss
W.. pI AI {EUr, W. MN.
R. E. PALMERt, Suretarv
,.~~ ~ ILL.---- 1LU------.-- I
Notary Public for State at nrge; 1as
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
affidavits, legalize acknowledg-
meDts, etc., anywhere nl Florida-.
Special atteutio u given to land con-
veyauces and umariage ecreuloy per-
formed for lawfully qualified parties.
Office at the Buoy Office, St. Audrews
Doctor, of Medicinu. Graduate of the
University. of Bonn, Germany. Chron-
ic Disea ., nd Diseases ofoWomen
and Chi ,:'+ my specialty.
Notary 'utblic tor S-ttec at Large
Solicits official business in fic jurisdic-
grOffioo at Bank of St, Andrews.
A. H,.BRliKE,
.Notar.:Pablikt t)iLitu at large. Of
Sfleo at Storc. Umtme1rr of Lourai u avc-
fi-i J -nd Ciu .i..."tti -, All Notarial
work solicited amX6d griVen prompt at-
Justice oi the Peace, L)ist. No. 5.
SOffice at residence in WJt End, St.
Andrews; but oarrioes his seal with
ohim at his Iu.,viuun aind is prepared to
apply his jurat. tW ins3truments, wher-
ever fouid.s Attends to official busi-
ness in hip jurisdiction. Collections a
rhysiclau and Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of Bayview, offers his profes-
lioual services to the citizens of St.
Andrews and vicinity. Residence on
Buena Vista avenue.
Homoeopathic Physician and Aceou-
cheur. Ottice Pioneer Drug Store,
Nutary Puille for the State of Flor-
Ida at Large. Otlice at Parker, Fla.
CuuveyauuriuL' and payment of taxes
". forl BaOIL', r ', +.1i n s; ? ecialti;es.

One'-lollara Year in Advaince

"-':iitred Sept 3, 19 2, at St, Andrew,
Fla., a, recon I class matter, under
Act ot Oongr ss of March 3. 179,


Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
month. Position and extraordinary
condition rates subject to special
"Local Drift,' 5c per line, first inser-
tio ; 2c each suhtb cit., Display
Slu '.l i (loii, l' > )vabOiv 'l
: If this parag!raph is cl~ecked with a
blue pencil it is a reminder that your
subscription has expired .and that two
or throe extra numbers will oc sent
you that no breink r./aritoccur should
vou choose to renew.

Mr. Leland J. Henderson, Socy.
Gulf Coast Inland Water Way,
Apalachicola Florida.
Sir;-Replying to your letter of
August 17, 1908 concerning costal
canal project,- New Orleans to Ap-
alachicola, as this question has not
come up officially, of course 1 can
make no official statement concern-
irrg it, but have given the question
some study so as to be prepared for
further investigation should a sur-
vey be directed The general points
involved are of course matters of
crmirnon information; that is, the
Ilesirability of cheap rates on coal
from the Mobile basin, and on grain
from the Mississipppi river, both of
which conditions, for a minimum
rate, would be in favor of a water
rOute, ort which barges can move
Iover the total, distance without
.changing load. As to the propable
:amount of such freight as this, if

As to the cost and certainty of
such a canal, these are also queti~sns
of common knowledge. Some of
the recent ,lrai .ge canals du~g by
thie .-tate of Florida will no doubt.
give Vynu a data as to the cost. In
this particular case another question
will effect the cost, and that is the
fact that the Government now owns
and operates dredges on the Ala-
bama, and on the Chattahoochee-
Apalachicola Rivers. Under pres-
ent conditions work on these rivers
is limited to the low water season,
or about one half of the year. These
dredges would therefore be avail-
able for the digging of such a canal.
From General Cilmore's report
(I- think it is)'on this canal, I notice
the cutting from Mobile to Pcnsa.
coln is six miles; from Choctawat-
chec Bay to St. Andrews Bay four-
teen milcs, and from St. Andrews
Bay to Lake Wimnico nineteen
miles. I am inclined to think a
careful survey will lessen the two
latter distances.
Given these distances correctly,
and the size of the canal, which I
presume to be 6 feet deep by 200
feet wide, with slopes 1 on 3, and
figuring the excavation at from 5 to
10 cents per yard, you will be able
to get at a pretty fair estimate of
the total amount of work.

Very respectfully,
Captain, Corns of Engineers.




ORDINANCE NO. 6. twenty five cents for impouiding
Ordinan vidiany animal of the svwitn species:
An Ordinance providing for the Provided the fee for impounding a
public safety, and providing a sow, together with her'unweaned
penalty for the violation thereof pigs, shall be fifty cents to which
in the Town of St. Andrews. shall be added theactual expenses
Be it ordained by the Mayor and neces~:rv for feeding and' caring
Town Council of the Town ot St. for eac(h animal: Provided the fees
Andrews, of Washington County, and exlenwseC hall in no case ex-
Florida: ceed the value of the hog impound-
S SEcToN 1. That it shall not be el; amnd immediately upon ini-
lawful fur any person or Jer.uons to pounding the-Marshal.h e no-
giTI.-ill- r run a h'orS'e 6r' "ih .' OT
g.In, 'ir run a horse or- .btor twice to the owner, if known, and if
drive a carriage, wagon, dray or such owner does not redeem sul-h
cart rapidly or heedlessly through animal or animals within t\wwnt y-
any of the public thoroughfares or four hours from the time such no-
squares of the town; and any one twice is given him, by paying the
so offending, on conviction, shall be fees and expenses as hereinafter
liable to pay a fine of not over provided for, then the Marshal shall
twenty dollars, at the discretion ot p.ceed to advertise immediately
the Mayor, for each aId every of- for sale such animal or animals so
fense. impounded by posting notices of
SEc. 2. It shall n6t be lawful to such sale at three public places of
discharge any gun. pistol or other the town, or by publishing in a
firearms, or let off any rockets or newspaper in the town, for sale at
other fireworks' on or near any pub- the expiration of ten days. In the
lie street of the town, except fire- event that the owner is unknown,
works on ice'n-: i.ons of festivals or such notice shall be given immedi-
public rejoicing, and any person so lately upon impounding; said ani-
offending shall be liable on convic- mnal shall be sold at the expiration
tion, to a fine of not more than of said notice by the Marshal at.
twenty dollars, at the discretion 0o public sale to the highest cash bid-
the Mayor; rrovidcd -that nothing der, before the door of Ware's Hall,
herein contained shall be so con- the proceeds of the sale to be ap-
strued as to prevent the Marshal plied, first, to the payment of the
from granting the privilege of let- fees aforesaid and the expenses of
ting off fireworks or discharging impounding, keeping and sale, and
firearms at such time:" and places balance, if any, shallbe paid to the
as he may designate. owner, if known; if no owner ap-
SEc. 3. That it shall be unlawful plies within thirty days after such
for any person to shoot, or cause to sale, to the street fund of said
be shot. either an air rifle, fl,)hert ri- town. Owners may at any time
fie, or slimng-shot upon the sidewalks; before the sale redeem any animal
streets or public squaress within the by the payment of all the fees and
city limit: of St. .\ndrews. Any expenses incurred to the date of re.
person violating tie ip',visions here- demption.
of shall Ib finell:l not c\e.. lintg ten SEu. 7. Any person who shall
dollar- for each ,licnl':v. feed any animal or animals of the
Si,:<. All pers'ins shall k ep -wine species upon the streets, pub-
their wells in use securely enclosed, lie squares or unenclosed Ints of
and wells not in use vr abandoned the townof St. Alndrews shall,-uplon
shall be filled or securely enclosed, conviction -thereof,_ be fined not
or enclosed by a substantial fence less than mie dollar nor more than
or wall. In case of any neglect to ten dollair-, at the discretion of the
observe this regirlation, the Mar- Mayor.
:ha .~arjuwi4 .th,'VffceiuCor to L. M. W.nr, iesident
.appear before the Mayor, and lupon L. E. Vickery.
hearing the complaint the IMay'or J. T. Gwaltney.
shall pronounce judgment, requiring Geo. W. Surber.
such well to be enclosed,or covered, E.. B. Smith.
or filled up, within such time as Approved, June 29, 1908.
shall be named in the order; and in J. H. DaiuMtoN), Mayor.
default, the same shall be filled or Attest: J. R. TIoMPSoN, Clerk.
covered by the Marshal at tile ex-
pense of the owner of the lot; the
same to be recovered as provided A L V
in similar cases under these ordin-
ances. T A GEDY.
SEc. 5. That no animal of the
equine species, nor bull nor boar, [Original.]
nor bitch in heat, nor dangerous, Near the coast at San Blas, Colom-
vicious or mischievous animals of bla, South America, dwells a tribe of
any species shall be allowed or per-- Indians, a peculiar race who trace
mitted to run at large in or on any their descent from the ancient Toltecs.
of the public thoroughfares, squares. They are friendly with the whites,
or unenclosed lands or lots ot or in will receive them and trade with them,
the town; and it shall be the duty but will not mingle with them. At
of the Marshal, on information or sunset each day every white person
view, to cause the same to be im must leave their territory till the fol.
pounded; nor shall such animal be lowing morning. This is a law of the
restored to the owner until said tribe, and no white man has ever been
owner shall pay the fees hereinafter known to succeed in breaking it.
provided for each and every such. Cocoanuts are the product of the
animal and the cost of impounding: country, and the crop is usually very
Provided, that before impounding valuable, though vegetable ivory is al-
any mischievous animal, whose so a source of income. The cocoanut
owner may be known to the Mar- groves are large, and every tree after
shal, the Marshal shall notify such the fourth year bears abundantly. The
owner to keep such animal confined; nuts are allowed after ripening to fall
and if thereafter such animal be on the ground, every twenty cocoanuts
found upon the thoroughfares, being worth a dollar. All day and all
squares, unenclosed lands or lots night the owner of one of those estates
aforesaid at large, the same shall may silt and listen to the thud of his
be impounded without notice, as wealth dropping about him.
provided above. Many ships touch there to bring
Sec. 6. The fees under this ord- away the crops, and since. th San
finance shall be as follows: One dol- Blas girls are attractive there. is great
lar for impounding any stallion, temptation for the Jack tars to take
bull. boar or bitch in heat, or dan risks in attempting to court them. The
gerous or mischievous animal; fifty fascination in such cases is propor-
cents for impounding any goat or tionate to the danger, and the danger
any animal of the equine species is very great. Indeed, the penalty if
other than those mentioned above caught is death.


PRES'T A. & ST. A. R. R. CO.
deal w;as closed in Mobile nn
TJiiir-lay, the 3d inst., by which
tlie steamship Mante becomie.s the
property of President A. B. Steele,
of tle A. & St. A. R. R. '(:, and
the MIinteo, will hereafter he rmu in
connection with the Mallory steaiin-
ship line between New lYrk, enew
Orleans, Mobile, Pens:\cola, St. An-
,lrews P:\y and the stations on the
A. & St. A. R. ]R. and its conr..-;-
tkins. And hereafter. t.ha" 'Ma
vill ruln no filrther south than St.
.ndlrews Bay, and make live-day
trips between this point andi Mo-
bile. *
By this new arrangement, St.
Andrews Bay is put in close touch
with the general merchandise mar-
kets of New York, Philadelphia mnd
Boston, and the 1pui;nt to the north
of us will.Jind an n itlet for their
products in the"''gkeat purchasing
marts of the northeast.
Verily, things seem to be coming
this way, as they should have done
h.ng ago.
- Pinenles for the kidneys, 30 days' tri-
al l.1.o. Hundreds of people testify to
the merit of this preparation in the re-
lief of kidney t.-oublc, rimeumatiiu, lum-
bago, backache. Pineules act directly
on 'the kidneys, purify the blood and
makeyou feel lik3 a new person. They
tone the system. Sold by W. Holley
& Co.

'_. l ..n),iL. i tihe barkentuie Stiiir;i
lack touched at San Bias t6 trade for
.ocoanuts and vveg'table Ivory. Some
Ihne was consumed In getting the
4ock collected andl traii-ferring It to
"e chip. Meanwhile the crewt of tihe
iessel were coLiing and going to aud
*roni the shore. Near the beach lived
i i..!irgi; girl with her parents, who
iine ,'o.i.i to where t'h boats were
iaCi:2. :o'il:w Ja< k C('tl-r, a mate of
he ve',el. Gvaw' hi'r and was enamored
f her wihld beauty. The girl saw that
-he was nobtlec.l and went away, weil
I.,n.,ig the pehalty of Ilndulging a
..,v'o fornva hnuft maii aid IOelILh ihdt
-.E'c-.itl not tLr'!t. 5!xTSfi an r
i.';c:: e of (Ltic hanidsoue sallor. Jack
.'loo-Ved e-lr, asd thL-re was a short
ut vivil woolun. Both were caughtln
'e toi:s of love.
How long the ship remained there,
ow often the sailor saw the girl, how
jcy maunged to communicate, not
pealing the same language, can only
"a conjectured. Cutler as mate of the
ectel was much of the tite on duty
:ino could only spend brief intervals
Aith his love. But he was in charge of
hec shore end of the shipping of the
cargo, and this rendered it possible
that he should snatch these Intervals
for lovemaking. Be this as it may,
during the brief stay of the ship there
grew up a devotion between the dark
Indian girl and the fair Anglo-Saxon
stronger than the love of life. Then
came the thought of parting. It was
not to be endured. Yet If the sailor
tried to take the girl away with him
and failed she must pay the penalty
with her life. Only extreme youth
will t;n:k such chance;4.
On the night before the ship was to
sail the mate was missing. He was
lyi:,g concealed in a -thicket near the
shore o nd the girl's home. She came to
him, they left the thicket and went
down to the beach. There they found
a canoe and started to paddle for the
That region is famous for its storms,
its cyclones and its hurricanes, which
often come without any warning. The
pu!r were paddling, life and love be-
fore them, certain death behind them.
The girl was an expert with the pad-
dle, and the man was strong. A black
cloud came up over the ocean, In Its
breast a storm wind. It struck the
frail boat and nearly capsized It. It
wouli have been better had the wind
come from off the shore. In that case
the two might possibly have been able
to reach the vessel. As it was, if they
succeeded in keeping their canoe afloat
they would be blown back to the land
to suffer the. Inevitable penalty of their
crime against the tribe's laws. All
the loner niht they were now tossed

on the ciest of a wave, now lowered
In the trdigh of the sea. When amorn-
ing cam they had drifted ashore ex-
hausted. They were seized* and .the
,lrl condemned to Immediate death.
They had been seen from the vessel,
and the captain, knowing what was In
store for them, sent a boat's crew
ashore with a rescue party. It arriv-
ed before the sentence had been car-
ried out, and a demand was made for
the captives. The mate was released,
but no threats or persuasion could In-
duce the Indians to spare the girl
Cutler, calling upon the sailors to
follow him, made a rush for his sweet-
heart. They backed him manfully and
had almost succeeded when the girl's
father struck the mate down with a

from er 'nte'
drove It Into her breast.
TLhre was now but one thing for
the reqcuue party to do-to get their
wounded mate to the boat. Several
of them .soled him and dragged him
over the ;s:nd, while the others by dint
of hard .srokeos Iunaged to keep off
the Indians. In this way. fighting as.
they went, they got him !nt- the boat,
sprang In themselves andl pulled away
for the ship.
IIere ends the story. One cannot
but wonder what were the feelings of
the young man who had'led this un-
tutored girl through a few days of
love to death by her own hand. Would
not his own death have bpen more to
be (i,-lredl than the melancholy re-
meembrance doomed to hang about himn
through the rkst of his life? N

It Is to Flirt.
4 -*---- ---------.---------

My lussian friend Otterhoff asked
mc to explain the Eigllsh word flirt.
To df o I told him this story:
"When I was a young man one win-
ter 1 caught the roller skate craze. I
went I', a rink, lplit ou a pair of skates.
stnarteJ out o)i the iloor muld--sat down.
I got i.p anid, habutilg to the rail iln-
-lotli.g the link, -prm iped it anId started
I? 1,o arciud, cllunang to it. I bnmin't
gonp fm'r Ie'of -re I nm't a young girl
who lI,'Il onei h-nd on that aime rail.
I w'ni!d rr.ther lmle met a herd of cat-
tle on il prec-llke. Either I must leave
the ri IL. to hur, tnkiln, ray chance of.
goalu: On 11I0- l':tck of my h lenl, or for-

mny -lf i' -v-.t',.'t nit'l surt'renlel'-d the
"I wari repaid by a' nod of thanksf
front the gihl, n .--onmpanicd lby a very
sweet smile. As sooa aIs she had pass-l
ed I rTanspted the r:il and d-rew a sigh
of relief. I'Prse'elly I daw the saume
girl coming again. She skated better
than 1, who was on the rollers for the
tfi:t thme, and I thought-indeed, I
hoped--sbe would this time returti imy
racnflce by gIving way to me. She
dlid not. As she approached I saw a
faint trnce of amusement on her face,
especially In her eyes: then when with-
in a few feet of. me she cast them
down as If much pained to accept
from me what was due to her sex.
Agaln my gallantry prevailed, and I
moved to what was to lne imminent
danger and again won minute thanks,
conveyed by the eyes and lips. I con-
sidered them ample recompense evou
for so grent a sacrifice.
"Well, every few minutes the girl
would come round, meet me, and I
would get out of her. way. I was
gradually getting a trifle used to my
skates, but did not drop any of my
woebegone expression at being obliged
to trust myself to them.
By and by I began to think thntthe
girl had become familiar enough with
her skates to trust herself on the rink
-at least for the few-itonmtelts neces-
sary to omr passuig--ut she showed
no disposition to do so, though at our
meetings her gratitude found more at-
traelive expression. Indeed, I was be-
ginning to take a positive pleasure in
my sacrifices when they were'inter-
ru pted.
The girl was approaching me for the
seventh or eighth time when a young
mnn skated up to her and said iu a
surprised tone: 1
"Why, Miss Kitty, what are you do-
Ing'hunging on to the rail-you, one of
the best skaters In the rink?"
The girl laughed, flitug me a look full
-of- merriment and, loosing her hold,
sailed out on to the floor like a blid.
vr,,,,~ -,on ,v, f ilit to do nvye

DIRECTORS---J. E. Gammon .
John Milton, jr.
W. H. Watson.
N. A. Baltsell,

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thing trMited tlfe so much as
have been ablt to make a sitMn r r
play of my own skteIanesn .
girl darted hither d ftiilici'l-trv-
fully, while I was utill clngingn to ,t&#
taI. Then the youag ar tm IMK
spoken to her caught her h'~ ire
together they akimmed the em ft~i
a tpar of swallows. She w4 %
take a malicious pleasure' t f ittiaugtFi
me, at times some of her ribbons 61ifd-.
tering In my face, Jout "to sbo*r-Oki-
how 4ndepeddent she was,of thtt : al
to which. 8ase chiafsL t Oidc#1wf
she paeae l, letting !l anmy
I let go and a few Iiddel# .
strokes. My .tet Sew Into the fr, i :
wifh the thu that ftllowtd wl
rled a smotterafr.taul ftdrom; -

ing-rni, -mw an-r es It was not until the fourth" e i
that I saw again the girl who had .
fooled me. When I ditd she wa skat-
Ing with the young fellow who had lie
trayed her skill on the rollers to meu
As she passed me she "dl1 not notice"
me any more than if I were a woru
of the dust, but looked up into the
face of her attendant with an e2-
pression of admirlnffon and devotion.
I passed her purpo;:ely a at1jitber e
times luring the eve:lnug for I conlul
now skate indifferent!vy--hloing to ase
cure some slight -.re.<.'g.itltu.m lua she
paid no attention to me till sElw pSM '
me just -before leaving the think, ad l
then all I got.wns wqn feln o'T --mile.
"I thinksby this little Incident I have
conveyed to you uio e mieauiiZ. at least
of the word 'flirt.' V W.:n t'te irl iGra
saw nieisbd I fiad J--f crtni fa tw
rail, she took to ft hr:c elf oni purpom
to forea miue to let g. Then she tkeif
up her pretense for the ip)rposi. e of
bothlerl g me. I bt her real fi.jel
was to attract my attention to put
horself'in my way, to charn! me as a
snake would charm a bird-in other
words, to flirt Do you see?"
"Yee, I see. \, ut whea a tiutm
filNys that same game with a womans,.
what do you call him-n flirt?'
"Certainly not. There is u word li
our language to eSpre-' wfhn yoU y
mean. It is the woman only wbl
"And you took no part la this littP#
episode you have described'" '" ,+
"None whatever." '
"Why did you not ttrn around a "a',
meeting the girl and skate' the oth.' .
way?" I "
"By Jove, I never thougtl*of t~Mt .
"How do youw~ .ow the it ped "-,
ly ouglt to.ra' Jmiw., -
_,,,a^ f .. .- _- _--- --:l .

"nad you tro iMi mu ge"ttidg ftm ?
"I had, 'r Wse b oaf fi Afrt W"i
another lgrt'tetol' brnging het. i.
I thought you n iod dfcrW w ad
wil.d tv express a mwamWs acid tmide
sml(iP clreumisatnceB."
"U'ml What wine do you dTrtv4Pc
'You Aftierlcans are a ~traule eew
, plo." fft(MJLVAIA 9,, I

Woman's Reasoning.
Husband (arrivlhg with bim wife iat
the Azcarragu station Just .ea lit trIFt
sBatmed out)-Tbere! If your la4u'l
taken such'a fearful time dreingl wD
shouldn't hare lust that train WW
And It you hadn't hurried nim'to ali the
way here we shouldn't have such
long time to wait for the next one.a-
Philippines Gossip.
rwoo many words are wearimome.t
said Kwoter. "Brevity is the soultof'
"Not always." replied the observers
"'but. in any event, it sl always con -
mendable."-Philadelphia Press.
.,% ugIme What He Meant.
'^ow, I don't suppose," said CffW
Passay coyly, "that you could guese
my age."
"Really," replied Mr. Mcanwell, "I-
er-woulduit--Uke to. I'd be sure to-
or- guess too high."- PhlladelpVh

One good thing about m rtyftfg a
widow Is that she doesn't expect so
much of you. tn the way of befng good
,,nd talented and noble. Sumerville
M1n Zaif. Pile Remedy comes ready
to use with nozzle attached. Soothes,
heals, reduces inflammation. An oper-
ation for piles will not be necessary if
yon use Man Zan. Price 50c. Moaey
refunded if not satisfied. Sold by W. Q.
Holley & Co '

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-., -An exeursi(n came down yestelda.
from Cottondale.
-A Musicale was held at Mrs. A. H.
Brake's, Tuesday evening.
S-bouvenlr Booi ot St Andrew, 50c
S at Ware's, Godard's and Masker's.
-Colored and plain souvenir postal
cards with St. Andrews scenes at the
________, __ Buov Office
S-- frm te -Mrs. F. A. Witherill entertained
the str.Tarpon arrived from the Monday, in honor of her guest, Miss
toiath shortly after noon, Friday Jewel Booth.
and from Mobile and Pensacola at -Mrs. Rockstead and her Sunday
12:30 noon, yesterday, schooll had a picnic on Thursday Su'pt.
3,qr West End.. '
The steamship Manteo, under- -Fashionable souvenir baronial en-
Rtew management and onnew time velopes embellished with beautiful
lle; arrived in St. Andrews Floridamnowy heron, at the Buoy office.
Tuesday noon and after making -Miss Annie Moates, who- has been
Tuay M taking medical treatment in Dothan
landings at Ware's, Holley's, Mill- has returned to her home, here, much
ville and Panama City, departed on improved.
her return trip to Pensacela and -Blank Warranty Deeds, short form
Mobile, expecting, hereafter to printed on good linen vaper, 25c per
make the round trip in five days. Aozen: also blank receipts-100 receipts
Sr t in a block, 10c each, at the Buoy office,
k WEEK'3 WEATHER. -Mr. Fenter has sent for his family
-The following table rccord- the max- to join him in Mississippi City where
imum, liaimum ahd mean tempera- be has purchased, desirable property
sures the ffali and di eetton of the- and proposes to make his future home.
wal4d furTie twenty-fonr hours ending -By referring to the wrong month
', i O'clobk p. m., a dindiated by U. S. onthe Calender, the dates, both on
|sntrumeats. First and Third pages, last week wore
Sa incorrect-they should have read "Sept.
1 I RaSin. Wind 3," instead of Sept. 6.
Sept... 2 88, 71 79 .00 s -Mr. John Sturrock is suffering froit-
3 88 72 80 .00 sw a severe attack of erysipelas upon his
S 4 89 75 82 .08 s lip and tongue, to that extent that he
ri 5 89 74 81 .00 s"
6 88 74 81 .32 s was unable to speak and was obliged to
S" 7 88 71 80 .00 s call for medical attention.
1 89- 71 80 .57 ne -Mrs Fenters, wh> is anxious to
I 88 73 j 80 I .97 I to dispose of their personal effects of-
fers her furniture and household goods
If you are a suiteres from that most fery her frnitre and hseholr goods
dletressing affliction, piles, and have very cheap. Call a see her. You
tried many remedies without being can buy at almost your own price.
benefited we can safely say that Man -WIZARD INK Tablets, Price, per
Zan Pile Remedy will bring relief with box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in a
the first application. Sold by W. C. box 10 te. Put up eight Tablets i. a
the fit application. Sold by W. C box. One box makes ten Ounces of the
olly- best ink. Economical permanent. abso-
The Only Convert. lately indelible, convenient, non-coro-
Vor some year; there had been a sive
Prosbyfe-ian mission.at the Winneba- -Many of our people have planted
go Ireervation in Nebraska, but*there their fall gardens and the timely rains
/ '0ere few converts. The tWIWblonjary will cause the seeds to germinate speed.
10 on a briUlant plaIt. There were ily. Fine sweet potatoes grown in St.
aohmt bucks oh the reservation Who Andrews is a luxury that is now being
had been at the Carlisle school, where enjoyed.
tlwHy had studied singing. He organ- --Haudsome letter heads with St.
seed a quartet. the bucks liked to Andrews Bay date line and views of
uhow off their hymns. One of them Bluf, or Buna
bld a yellow dog that always accom- either Andrew Bluff or Buena
panted hi master to church. Visa Pointo at 8c per dozen; also, map
At Strt the Indians liked the seng. of the St. Androws Bay country on
ht; then they gfew tired ofit Even back of a letter sheet at 150 per dozen,
the ebelr lost Its religion. .'It 0eeame at.the B-ov Office.
i tIrto then a duet; finally the aso quit -The-Buoy understands that friends
A new mledonary came Into the fleld. of Jcd Harris, who was an invald here
One day be ascended the ppjplt and for several months have learned that he
s saroud. The only. sign 6 I In carried safely at his home near Blake.
WW' w tmas sa yellow dog. Calling to
te aetota, be Said, "Pit that dog out lv, Ga., and that his. health seemed-
"Bxcuse me," replied the sexton 0onqiderably improved.
"aildly. "'d rather not. -The faet Is -The party who reported that a jail
ie the only convert."-Saturday was being built attWaro"''wharf, prob.
4 ET6&. bflyj expected tobe though i "funny."
-but the facts are that Messrs. H. W.
I Gwaltney -anl W,. Stephen are erect-
S E. W M ASKER. Ing a commodious building at that
.9 W. point id Whiohbthey will install a first-
S' class cbufectionery, ice cream parlor.


Made and Delivered Within a

Ire te Relief or Women.
If you have paiis. in'the back,, urlna-
ry, bladder r kidney trouble, and want
& certain, pleasant herb cure for wo-
mpan's ills, try Mother Gray's Austral-
ain Leaf. It is a safe and never-failing
regulator. At druggists or be mail b0c.
Sample package FREE. Address, The
Mother Gray Co., LeRoy, N Y.
Ain Exaspratlng Mamma.
thea mall boy's motfier was the only
otD who sat unmoved, while the small
boy himself--moet unwelcome addition
to thde Jthormal afternoon tea-gleeful-
ly galloped n round hoe circular table,
danttily spread with silver and china
atN towered over by.'a cut glass In tup.
"I'li a sqtwcuir po~y!" rhriled thA in-
fant joyously. as he tossed his flaen
1: Lelm and twinkleti his bedocked legs
I ., etveb h 'erhanig sti,":U".
I. ,**Mi t? iHe'll have the lamp over!"
'ifver? d ner~' us youzngllg wom11an a1 i
Ae bthuunot g.vroscctl sturniWAd over the
w rwd,,uf a rug. clawed att the thible for
'9itppwOlK ftu' l tInuiiiliuMtly continuedd
S riy. (ContvWrtI: from omt 'pa1Jlld
ti ya they siat -w,"i,:cg the licvita.
SBIevni'?1- Only thp voulfe of the smral,
: oy's initb*enr rt>,'',d along sereneuy.
The uvtrvous young wowuat coufid
stand .t no lougei luw sheer despair
she venturtl. "Mrs. Archbibld--or-par-
Son' ae--your dear little lbo.y"-
: The lady addressed stared blankly,
then i asped the situation. "M'alcolm,"
s he, mad awetO.ly-"Mtillcolm. dear, run
around In thei'opoyiite direction, dar-
8 Ili. Miss Vlutauo's afraid you'll make
S.g:'~ elf giddy."-Woman's Home Corn-

and restaurant.
-Quite a party accomoauted ev.
Boyd to Southporfi; : t day, where he
conducted religious *-vfilces. They
went to Bayhead and had a delightful
dinner in the grove. Among the party
were the Crawfords and Miss Jordan of
Dothan; Misses lna Rose and Mattie.
Forester, Messrs. Walker Gwaltney,
David Porter and Grady Forester.
-"The greatest boy ever born in St.
'Andrews"' so, at least, the proud
young parents may be excused for think-
ing, came to the home of Mr. and Mrs.
C. P. Moates on Thursday, the 3d inst-
He weighed seven pounds at birth, and
if parental love ane tender care avails,
he will develop and grow to be beloved
byeveryone. Dr .Kester was present,
professionally, at the introduction.
-Mr. Oliver, who is interested in a
naval stores camp about eighteen miles
northeast of St. Andrews, and who vis-
ited his family here a few days ago,
reported that a negro shot another's
right arm off and then walked away;
but returned, and, taking atm, tnot,
evidently intending to kill him; but
just glazed across his stomach and left
wrist, but failed to murder him.

A Loud Kisa.
Bob Footllte ,(actor)-Faillure? I
should think It Was! The whole play
vas ruined.
8hPe-Oraclous! How was that?
B. F.--Why. at the ehdi f the last act
a steam pipe burst and hissed me off
the stage.

A Lark.
What a lark ft would be if an egg
came down the chimuneyf
No, it wouldn't, unless tt was a lark's
egg,, and even then not until It was


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F. BULLOOK. cashlier.

-,: IP RECTORS', -
JXudge L. J. REEVES.
4 .L. M. WARE

Your Patronage is Respeotfully S t
';"~ "-$ee "

Some Rhre and Peou!iar Substances
Used In W.edicine.
A writer in V,'i-en fner Alle throws
soeie int're.:iinug li:'ht on rame and pe-
culiar drugs. Paiffron, he p>Aiuts out.
would strike au ordinary observer as
'.ecli'.ily cxlniiiveo at $13 a pound (to
change marks into our coinage) until
told that it is composed of the central
smnll portions orniy tf the flower:` of
the crocus, 70,000 of which it takes to
rinik a pound. Attar of roses sells at
$112 odd per pound, and it takes
10,000 pounds. or hetrly five tons of
roses, to obtain one pound of the oil.
Acoultlue. cxtracted from the root of
monkshood, L said to be tile very
strongest poison extaet, the dose being
one six-hundredth of a graul. It is sold
at the rate of $1(8 per ounce.
Turning fromn the vegetable to the
anuial world in oa:rtch of rare drugs,
the writer tefers to the musk of the
Asiatic deer, which at $24 to $30 an
ounce must ;e a )pri:e to the wily
hunter In R ome of the tropical seas a
floa:itigu, ewcef smtlifii. htifnd of am-
bergris is met with w(ri It at preseclt
$30 per ounce, or Ilt0f pfer )pound in
the market. The a lbergri i: s-aid to
be the d aeased btIiry prodiitt of the
Another pecnlitr product in use as n
drug ia a solution of the pure venom
of the rattlecturake. giv' octcnslonally
in malignant scarlet fever.
Preveht LIe Slips.
"A man who rovei his kind forgives
Als brother's; slips."
"A Man who loves his kind doesn't
have occasion to. IIe puts ashes on
uis pavemien t."--italtlUmore American.

Lake Huron is dotted with over
3,000 islands. This 1. more than any
other lake has.
-The county democratic catididates
are aaounced to address the voters upon
the issues of the present campaign at
Southport, Sdpt. 5, at 7:30 p. m.; at
Bvyhead, :Sept. 16, 10:00 ,a., m; at St.
Andrews' Sept. 16, 7:30 p. in.; at Pana-
ma City, Sept. 18, ,7:30 p. m ; at Par-
ker, Sept. 19, noont at Millville, Sept.
19, 7;30 p. m.
Hard to Do Without Poekett.
"The most annoying thing In navy
life for a- recruit is the absence of side
pockets in the uniform trousers," said
a yeoman at the navy recruiting sta-
tion. "The average man doesn't realize
how strong is the custom of thrusting
his hands tn his trousers pockets until
he dons a pair without pockets, I've
worn the navy uniform four years
now, and I frequently find myself try-
Ing to.put my hands in my pockets."--
Kansas City Time.,

'the Points Were Ther' :
Little Clara's parents often- disdIcd
reincarnation, nad the small maiden
has acquired some of the phraseology.
"Mammo," she said dne day, "my kit-'
tie must have been a paper of pins in a
previous state of existence "
"Why do yoiu think, so?" asked her
aothl ...... ,
"Bi><'mn$ I ein fre some tf ther ha
let toes yet,' wln'l th n logical r eply.
An Outsider.
S.altor-Yonr daughter, sir-well, er-
hat is---he told me to come to you-
she says yon- 'ater-Qulte so-l- un-
dentand. Let's eRe, are'yoefd'ar. Bron-
eoo ori' Mr. Wlbbles Bult--Wai y, I'm
Mrit. tUotcbZla-CIOveIthd teadei.

They Take the Kinks Out.
"I have used Dr. King's New Life
Pills for many years, with increasing
satisfaction. They take the kinks out
of stomach, liver-and bowels, without
fuss or friction," says N. H. Brown, of
Pittsficeld, Vf. Guaranteed at A. H.
Brake's store. 25c.
Avarlee is an incurable malady, an
ever hurnhig are, a tyranny which ex-
lends far and wide, for he who in this
* life is the slave of money Is loaded
wtt.h heavy chains and destined to car-
ry far. heavier chains in the life to
come.--1t John Chrysostom.

His Rush.
Boy (reading)-She threw herself in-
to the rh'er. iHer husband, horror
stricken, rushed to the bank-- Teach-
er (ruttingl in)-Why did the husband
rush to the hank? Boy-Please, sir, to"'
get the tiiburance money.--London

For penknives the steel is tempered
at 470 degrees. for table knives at 530
hegr'ees and for sawa at 50O degrees.
He Could Run Putty.
A laborer in search of work was
asked by a builder to whom he ap-
plied if he could run putty.
IHe replied that he could and war
told to be at the works- at 0 o'clock
next morning. He arrived at the timi
stated, and when asked If he were
*ready stripped of his overcoat and-dis-
closed himself to the astonished build-
. er clad in running costume and pumps
"What are you going to do in those
things?" inquired the employer.
"Run Putty," answered the man.
."Put I want you to run It down intc
this bole," said the builder.
"01 don't care if it is down a drain.'
replied the man.' "Throt him out. Ianu
OI'll run b!m.' -Ti loA)ld Telegraph.
Wood's Liver Medicine in liquid form
for malaria, chills and fever, regulates
the liver, kidneys and bladder, brings
quick relief to biliousness, sick head-
ache, constipation, 'leasant to tale.
The $1.00 bottle contains 21 times the
quantity of the 50c size. First Cos'
brings relief. Sold' by W. C. Holley &

Having Bought WV. E. Smitlh's

House to House Delivery

; Every Day ifl the Week, except
S Sunday.

Shop an Commerce Avenue, Next
to Bank of St, Andrews.

The Registration book for Pre-
cinct No. 5 is now at the Buoy of-
fice and will be open practically ev-
ery day except Sunday, until Sat-
urday, the 10th day of October If
you expect to vote, you should see
to it that you are correctly regis-
tered. W. A. E MONS, Register,
Precinct No. 5.

1n>.:A.;he ire' n ai 4rly i'.s of teing. p l k. 'd lint '1 h i e.' t het.'
to bli e ren. auOt lioth ti .- t k n1l
q'inc!! i 0hon they go to t.he o;)pr;:l til
,uri'n. t~ ir oil
r i, 'l l r I's t; l u'ii-.gh i s i i li ot-' .>a
,Of Ouppl,(.' t ,O fia e ti'C U't-'L;y ililailS0i
)>y til" dsisonic.ertedl l:o'kos of persons
who fitl ai t-ished under tthe hispettifn
Not a trace of sell' c(1cltuu .i'f.o s is ft
on the fw'ce of an 1-figlish rovn ity, with
the exception of perihps a single
princess under an artillery of glances.
Such attentious are anytbiug but re-
gented. Indeed, the ibeantifll D)ici-heRs
of Devonbhire used to say that when
the butcher boy ceased to turu round
after her in the street she would know
her reign was over.-London Ciirbnicle.
The Trapdoor Spidct.
One of the most singular specimens
of insect life is the trapdoor spider of
.Jamiaca. Ills burrow is lined with
silk nnd closed by a trapdoor with a
hinge. The door exaictiy fits the en-
trancec to the burrow and wihen closed
so pr'ecisely corlresponds iith the snr-
rounldifig earth that it c(nr hardly be
dltgui;lcd evern w~e nfi its p)tsihloll is
known. It is a strange e Ight to see
the earth open, a little lid rafs c; some
hairy legs protrude and gradually the
whole form-of the spider show Itself.
Thcie spi(ido generally hunt for food
by night, aud in the daytime they are
very chary of opening the door of their
dominele, and ff the tiap be raised from
the outside, they run to the spot, hitch
the claws of their forefeet in the lining
of the hurrow and so resist with all
their might. The strength of the spider
is wonderfully great in proportion to
Uts size.
How to Get Strong.
P. J. Daly of 1347 W Congress st.,
Chicago,tells of a way to become strong:
He says: ".Mymother who is old and was
very feeble, is deriving so much benefit'
from Elictric Bitters, that I feel it is
my duty to tell those who need a toMei
and strengthening medicine about it.
Iu my mother's case a marked gain in
flesh has resulted, insomnia has been
overcome, and she is steadily growing
stronger." Electric Bitters quickly
remedy -s stomach, liver and kidney
complaints. $old under guarantee att
A. Hd Brake's store 50c..

In t'.- :i C' Ca zn"tf. c n.
to Y *:. ,'i, I the grave of io :
uqli;ct. li tlc,/ genrtiic v'l ,.e d)' .-r
_f('," ofr M ,< l un t t-, dfe'0!h to I

_,obv 1r. w x I ,' : 11 :r i I' o0 ''" .
*fathuin R if gy't." Yj r .* ;.' ?. *. **

u flh;' ri';:'hl r'h-, where lh. !r.i'-
book i:~. 1,i i.; >", ,ri. ., ;" .5/
.ta i 3 oi~ le (,1'0 t.. t x. t l r' s of T1' 1 li.
Sile library inm fo t o lolihoue. t.'m
Seat thhls; !ucfft h 'a wt the nih:-c'ilir
.lungco't 4*f'fe rerVed a'i the ),o:rov
'prilioi, h ft *fUS to' t$e awelhrH'tli)
,of tme ldofo a t fr ,tI~ v "f- we e 1 o,'h1 i
that Surahi .iM 'i ir! d'ovoted hbr iifr-
EIarning a bare subirstcenc ofr iofT;-
peuce a day by to;ling frrn; an,'!:
morning)' till f ohr f6tt f lti fhe ;'fIf. ;,.
yet inaM)ge'd to gi .' Up> o-n' d,: y 1;4 tl-
wee' to her labor of love. She di;-l i
poverty, but the reult of h,; ili',
-work v as th't rp'foi n of t!ie p'l br.o
.syntmc of Yth-rn h.-o Ii, )d(.n C(hrim.

The President'e Salary.
It is ;r'e '- to say that 'very tfew of th
peoUpi l t''i.g IxI this country k;o;iv holi
*he ipre'idelit cf thte 'nitctd St'ites
Ira-w -s bh sal:'ry;of $.50.GOt a year. Of
homseI f.'- wl'.ho mnny have g;vein the
matter a thi : 'it.! l;i:'g -e niajoi o:iy ,-
not k:onw v-whli'thtr i,.- rc'ives his sial
:'y L'outi;:', qi-iir'tc iy or asim.iaminual
S!:,'. A.m a 1 'mu!ttr of .fact. time m;:lairy d e-'
he pr'esj.-u:t Is tai.n to the While
'oi s(' by a trut- :I ,'.e.'n;,a'.g.r i'omui tht
'ofice of tCe t;'e:i:r- Of the tUiited
StiV.-:; c:r the l..nt ';y of creh mo:t,.h
an.i h.. ::t-xl o c'r t-. :''e (.-ir ; ..
busixa':s it i.l t:i i.,): afttlr it. '1 Ie
pl'r;ei'e':' tr o.'ver ,L, i E l:. y liu t be
shapeo of :z ...'-.. .n' $U.i,.. bl'iig' di-
vided iato c'gflht i hki.s of $4.1.i';,.i7 each

and four checks of $,lx1;.Gtu each.
Thus one tio:uth o::t of eO'.Ny; three the
president reeeivca 1 cent less ou his
check than he'does the other two. Sone
such arrangement as this to necessary,
as, of course, $50,000 is not exactly di-
visible by twelve.

MadIe to build New Rusine". A
trial will make you a permanent cus
tomer. atisfaotion guaranteed or your
SouvenirdiCollec tio u domptalus
th. following basultisorts: Grnpae HyethPFeather fys-
cloth. i Bnow e, Spanslh Iris, Blls, Spaae ,
Poets Bye rereiuus. Darmn Tulip, Penot Tulip, Variwat-d
lolus.T Wipo Qrlle. lrand, Roma n and Dutoh luYaoinths,
duly & lt Te ulp eto. et.
Write to-day Medtion this Par
ta oovo postage nd peakiog and reoeri, thi valuable colleaotion
Bentifulb eod,l lbtand Plant oowi Te lls &about theI Best
.ritt of Bads, Bulbs and Plants.
41syloulorzod Tulipul Thgr at t flot onder
of t se.T sb Blbualb r 9 ll0 rth quarter.
-I. W..Buckbee o I I O '_A.'"1.

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The Oreat Statc Paper
rThiee Slonthli. 81.50 Six biouchs., $.,i
Twelve Mouths. .'X)
The Semi-Weekly Times-Union and
The Farmer and fruit Grower,
the Friday Issue of the Semi-Weekly. de-
vot,, to Agricultural and Citrus Fruits. Live
stoct. etc. The two papers for 1.'00 per year
Mall us your subecriptlon.
Florid Tlms-Unin, acksonville, Fla,

British America Indians. aPe s cola
A Prench titled lady made a trip Ps ol
that took her 1,t00 miles beyond civi.l-
zation In tthd far northern districts of S T E
British America. She went forth ac-
coinpanied by only two .Indian guides
and penetrated to the sixtieth parallel,
riding astride, tramping, paddling uIn
light canoes, floating down t#eacher- j.~e j
ous, rock picketed rapids iii clumsy -.
native barges and for one period of
two weeks seeing no human being ex-
copt her two Indian servants. "The
Indians in that region are very super-
stitious, very utilratoful, very inde- LEAVE:.,
pendent, but very honest. I invited a TuesdaY, 8:30 p, m,
chief to have luncheon with me. He WedneLdai ; 4:b p. m.
refused. To eat In coouadYt with a WednesdayV, 4 :0 p; n.
woman would degrade him. He would Thursday, 9:00 a. m.
lose caste with his tribe. In another
part of the country I had some It Monday, 6:00 p. m.
dians and their squaws o n an expedi- T EAv ,
tion. But the Indians would iot per Thursday, 3:00 p. m,.
mit me to shoot any game. tnd of the Friday, 11:30 a. m.
traditions of the tribe, left by some old Friday, 11:00 a. m.
medicine man long since dead, was Friday, 10:00 a. m.
that if a vwoiihn were ever permitted
to shoot moose or elk game would be- A.S
come scarce and the squaws would be- Pefisacola to St. A
come powerful and master the men. I Pensacola to Apal
offered them $10 for every 9hot I St. Andrew and-M
might make, but money was no in Pensaeoli to Mobi
duce:ncnt."--San Francisco Chronicle the abovo rates inclu(
A Quaint English Ceremony. H T. MORRISON, Ge
Odi thd last d;Ty of each October the
city solicitor of indon. with an as- JNO. R. TiIOMP8O
sistant, attends upon the royal remem-
brancer, when by proclaunatloi "the
tolunts and occupiers of a piece f f
waste ground called the moors, in the
county of Salop," are commanded to
:;-orI:)e forth anud dO your servl.'e upon
i!ln arind peril that shall fail thereon.'
The solicitor chlfiu In hulve:i two fagp-
ils, one with a hatchet and the other
with a billhook. Afterward couied ttl,- l
summons to the tenants, etc., of "a
.t~tntfh tieoment with a forge" in th,
Strand and the paynitiit of six hornc-
shoes, with sixty-one shoe niffl, by the
solicitor. This forge has long cewa to be, and the same shoes and nails HIIOE RAR WA
are used year after year, the shoes be-. UU, ARD
tug at least two centuries old,. F l

Over=Work Weakens Freight Paid on All
Your Kidneys.
.Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through WARE,
your kidneys once every thiee rrrfnutes.
# The kidneys are your
blood purifiers, they fi'
i/ ) ter out the waste or
impurities in the.blood.
If they are sick or' out
of order, they fail to do
their work. THeRe
Patns, acheiSrd rheu- T 'HOR
mat m come 'from ex- A ri iT .

St. AndreW & Gulf



i' W. 0. BAROW, J Masli
I (b i 8 1tjT ARRIVR .
Pensa eHli .
St. Aindrew, Wednesday, 8:00 a. f.
PanamuaCity, Wednesday, 0:00 a. m:
Millvlle,, ,Wednesday, 10:00 S. ifi
Apalachi.'ia, Thursday, 6:00 a. i.
Carrabella, Thured 'y, 12:00 oioo6;
mobile. Mondiay,,6:0o a. m.
bbilo tAb Olttln. ARRIVE.
St. Andrew. Friday, 2:00 a. mi
Panama City, FRidki; 12 h.
Millville. Friday. 11:30 p. m
Pensabola. Friday, 11,3b p. W;fi

ndrbw anddMillville. $5.00.
achibola and Carrabclle, $7.50.
[illiille to Apalachicola, $5.00.
Ie, $2.50.
de meal and berths. JT. IR.SA DEiS; A
w'1 Freight and Pdas. Agt.. Presidentt,.<'




1i M cPlia djiSei



Line of Furniture!

Goods Except Meal, Flour ard Feed to An#
Postoffice on the Bay.


i. H DRUMMONd'.:

ercantile Co.,
. . .

1'iC'tC r's 115 XT AL 1-V'U' b

-A' cess'of ufic, blood,.duetb'npglected ,
kid'tey troub le., H E A t Q U A R T E R'S F OR -
Kidney trouble causes quirk or unsteady FO
heart Ieats, and makes one feel as though a
:.hey had heart trouble, because the heart is ft 1
-vrr-working in pumping thick,' kidney-
ai-oi.oned blood through veins and arteries.:
It u.i-d to be considered that only urinary l
ro-ubies w..re.to -b' treed to the kidneys,
.ut now rrdrn:n science proves that- early
ul -onitu tlntalJ .s h -ve their .begin-
gi I kidney CrLe O-I.
If yo'u 'i -Ar ick'y u eari n' hle'o mistake .
y1r .I..... rirg your kidneys.r The mild
:id the extraordinary effect of.Dr. Kilmer's
;wtunp-lRoot, the great kidney remedy is .
oon realized. It stands the highest':for its
wonderr fl cures of the rost distressing cases - -a-
a d is sold on-its merits- r
eat arid one-do -r siz- '
SaI. Y ) haveThe Old PIONEER STORE Busiess,
Sample bottle by mail notxie of Swamp ,-Root a bi
mu ph^n no "nn Founded its spy8, and built up by (Le tate h-M. W
ce, also pamphlet tel-ig .you, hbw to-find' Foutnded, t 1.878, ndbuiltup by tLe ,ate ";',M.:'WaJ&i
t if youfe midney or .blader trQuble- now Thoroughly Reorganized -~nder New 4aiIge
mention this papfr when writing Dr. Kilmer teo
-Co., Binghamton. N. Y. SolHt te Patronae of Old Patrons
l)oin't make anyv sru1i'atus, ilu r6e:n nlCl r'
thie name, Swlap-Hoeot, ,r. Kilmner's of the House, of the .Trading Post, and of new onts ai
Swannp-Root, anld the address. siilinghiu- well, and guarantees rmiforn fair and coutteo0s treatnieut
onil .. oil y ,1O Lie. -it
..... ----- *-"^- 1 ..io AI
Downirrj3 Street, L:t-'f.A. .... -
The gi-,xutes slr,.- t Wh: .,,, wI,.,,I t We Pay the Freight on aHi' oudts eyej, t ',lrft. Meal alr
*n. of t~e siriflst Thios : iowniiT. Feed to any j,)tt office on tli Bay.
;tr.et, a di ( r !itt!', ;i ,' lit tlwi we.s
)f I uoi lxi li 'r i-e tei .i t..Ir o. -._.'
i o-t K;i 'ish .''i ciep -. f ,. :r ;i is ;* ) B
I)ounl! str liee t t lt te pl ini a h

irow g girls need caie, advice and m idicine,
rt .nolially on reaching the age of ty. A
smother's tener cae and wo s of caution

,r often accomplish wonders. As for medici *a.
i('mt ;ssil'e iidii; gentle, safe and reliai 'n c is
l.ey." A: !-k':tl ie:1 r! to m t':.!n Win f Car
'1, .t o(f -!i.ir wai y t g, t-: e :
:>. wAit ~gern-t we'idr of ti Growing girls need creadvice and medicine,
lodg( of dIlonacy I ,i1' 1 nt;iir Crn" ihl' especially on reaching the age of p tberty. A'
itl ot tt- Are 't ndlI bl;,it.i cho' e mother's tender care and words of caution will
,Ei, .', ir~x<. often accomplish wonders. As for medicine f g
wl w y se it :to you.-P gentle, safe and reliable strengthening tonic
'-x-; ~'e@in.t,,'e e, the Wi of Cardui
roAste of l!rre fr al f e ge. An after get-s in i
None Iminwe tn e w enit t tos It will prevent and believe pain, regulate the

Hi Only Chace. tuty he

"'hy did you fhake your fist atthe Set
i't: ,n ,,tel, l'oiietrunity r hen functions, clear the complexion and strengthen
'bsxdor at 'he ,Ligue-Exchange the constitution.
Wof S~li t is a valuable medicine for growing girls. It
CAtlfitls underg ontady- I ion d like has tided thousands over a critical period, anl uld
"'fie hWhole Wie ,,W." Chivalrous
sooksel re, n e. mss. I saved them from years of suffering. It can never

Strong ok fellectr-Zmmerman. lug, took paurticular p.iu to I dSse
would willingly give it to you.-Path- do harm and is sure to do good.
nder. A relief or cure for all female disorders in girls'.

None knows the weight of another's and wom en.
burden.-s erbert. At every druggist's in $1.00 bottles Try ite
Hi3 Only Chance.res me i t
"Why did you shake your fist at the
"Well." relied the congresniatu. I
didn't want the whole 'session to sli)
by without my having made a motion OF
of some kind." -Philadelphia Ledger. n
Calmness under contradiction is de- ii:l-' .ii;t i .'i you tcan- ,y. widow. f wra huer al."-tiub busineio
monstrative of great stupidity or A rlu it e Phila- n rin r id her frst s

w r tngrri l s h LI P h w o m3 a d biatio u b tIt ti n!e id 'h e fi r -i t
strong Infellect.--Zitmmerman. clihUa tI .'oea tg 'inine in- ug, took particular pains to address
T PROCESSION PLAN T h t > -u ir views held her as 's. Anna -- The answer

wonder why the Earth moves, write to the author athinkabout. 'Do you thin I he
description otIt shows thentrue motions Imatter. Address "Ae t'iply, 1 e im lr ; huia e- occ- far forgotten my beloved Henry.' ase
FRANKLIN H. IIeALD. StationA, LOSANGELES. California sic., to s :""' a "et -tr i na:r.eJ wo said, 'as to be willing to abandon hi
1 ma1 .1ad t ad-D-r ing her I wrote namie altogether? 1 wisb'you would
'Mrs. l{ef:fy -- inmtgi::e my cur- address me as Mrs. Henry In the fu-
M. riY se CO., DetIeitt l oe id o in- ture, please. I may be an unfortunate
Sdign:m letter frm r. in which she Widow, but I still bear my husb ad's
sa. L : 1,, .in at aoa ,i o have tY name. I think.' "
r i y m :r, ln t':at nytuv hu-.
Lrband I m ra e",' I c Lunot "But Hard tfo Tel.
F es*addr'es ,:,d ,v t-' -nx 'am-. te.ause "What is the real, essential differ-
m e)o;b.t Inp'wn and I am in.; m "I; l :; a'y re"'crn why .ence between mushrooms and toad-
thc )ost-reliablesoecds grown. I should l.ir
E-very package hasbehindit thereputation I shous io.te .Ia t i evia"deityb My toolss"
of a house whose business standards are the name i Aim:" T. ie next letter 1 Exactly the difference between a
highest in the trado. wrote to the i-din-::nt v.fe you- can ist and a funeral."-Baltimore Amenlr-
Fqery's'lgOS seed Annual will be mailed FREE be sure it bore the tirst t name of the fka.
to all applicants. It contains colored plate., many111
Ingraivingsand fuxldescriptifns, priesanddireftion woman I ll question, btt thie clminkx
fr planting ovPer r'00 varieties of Vegetablead
Flower Seeds. Invaluable to all. Bend for it. came recently. Wih the hu~,e'nd died' -1the heart makes a blooaniItg) s
". M. FERRY & CO., Detroit, Mich. and 'min fastidious friend was left- a.. kab,-rish' Proverb.



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?'2 ~week he was ruhnihg some lines in
St. Andrews, for W. A. Emmons, of
the Buoy.
Mr.' Temple, from near 'Vei oio
Thursday, 8pt. 10. 198; was in Parker; last week; taking di
fish, for which there is a great de-
T N AN lEW manid.
Ira Shores and b youth, Swails
Si C ES CUR 1R E NT were in Parker' last week looking
0 'rl'ii. for, fish.
StMr. Brown, a.big bridge man of
un, .i "' N....... theL.& N. railroad whose home
Coirneed ..... 5 Gunwder.. 40 was in Sneads, committed suicide a
,t broW ... 5 Uncol'd J few days ao.
Uolld aiilk, fe days cano.
Cir'e, i12E0 Undweptri .O -E. Z. Taylor anrid family who
nXe snes b2 seetiigned. ..10 sped a good portion of each sum-
c"' 5. 10 Itonlyd..... 50 mer at their Parker home, left for
'ic -20A: o,6) Ompell ....'. their Wewahitchka home last Sat-
ai~i i s CaOtntied fruit
lini) iLo yers.8 l5 l'hea cll.... 1Oi20 urday, taking with them the best
y, i ? :... 'l.)0..... nl wishes.of their Parker neighbors
Sic .. ...... 6, Apples.......1wishes
S- ** ~rs, ...... is and friends.
hiorted... 1 hi ..'0 Dr. P. B. Wilson and family left
;DLiPee... trwerie .i.. ;0 Parker, Sunday, for home. The Dr.
aoline .'. o inMepple 1-20 intends to build next spring on a
onel.dii S.. stl Beef... 12 lot he purchased of II. H. Hinson.
'inegar... ..... Colrned Bf.1, Several others have bought with
. i lreo n .- t rhippcd Peell'0
neuse- I* 'b., lohster... .;12Y the intention of building in the
iftarrie..... .o, .. 5 near future. That sounds like bus-
-cle i '.r eri 10 u V-^* L
eiard ... .k ed a s. iness around Parker.
Soaui..... o orn ...... W. 0. Daniel and went home last
S.coll, ". a2. .8.. .... .
j~ielly, aI'niin....... 1 Thursday. Theii" home is in Chip-
i per dlu it.., 25 lev.
K, per d .. "25 ley.

outing, Sunday. 'wo boatioaas
went to the Gulf and had a jolly
The y fihig lads of Cromahton are
lamentmg their fate because school
is in sessibfn, and mhmma's edict is,
"Go .to school, "ny little manfi!"
Mamma is right; go to school, little
nian, and do yditi level best to be
at the head in all your sttdi3:., and
you will clever regret it.
M. D. Howlett was across the
Bay, to Millville, Sunday.
Good garden weather and mon t
of the people are taking advantage
of it, by having their gaidene
Strangers are bedoning quite nu-
merous. They are generally looking
for homies before prices get out of
Work is going on on tht inw M.
E. chiirch building; but very slo'w-
The contract has beih awarded
for building the Cromanton school
house, to be completed in ninety
days, and one-third of the time is
gone and nothing done to show
for it.
E. Moshet is on the sick list titl1h
rheumatism in his hip.
W. Tnsker was a caller at E.
M\osher's Sunday.
E. S. Kinney is now working on
the Cromanton church
A Gortain Cure fot Aching Fel P
Allon's FLoot-Ease, a powder; curs
tired, aehiuge, swcvatin,, wolle;, feet.
Sample, sent FREE. Also sample of'
new invention. Add:rcrs Allon S.Olnm-
sled, LeRoy, N. Y
S i .. ,

Sl, r pid. 'l::ttd i :iardited S1ei
' w's ve(:' !,ir !i; A:,;'as. i;!tt w k u'l hiir hnis);uiiu.,-ad; ed If
iy ",.' r ii ;l u :a;, *Obh. they
e" n; t < ii' lV O t! ..' ?" ? W hy.-, tl

d I I thiak t'he'Y 'onie up a lit-
;'e lart."--\e o rk r".

Had ;ritrd Cicctricity.
A t'tt'wlnvt.'t e 'toth-m.~ni irtotleiptl .
m ('mi aer.-. 'it!h the l h oitlierty 11 lall.
* i it:.\l t i t <: to it i illi ttia' rai tiw .
t. .',a|' I ..i [ lie f';, i trr i' l);tt ilil: .i
zi'., ad(';.il. u:; y il inn < n.Iv t ilon wa

A N,. v 1r : dtll'. :tIl in % ty mI mln
r. Jhn" ltWhiitly ellof8ihlad avh e.f t

oulton, Maine, say Haveb. . en
-" s an i > n e as T 'L I (* l y a t
vnoublet d with aii coug t 'lo a thi for it
"ring;L. ou ywnter Itri eifttritety a
tilsed tin kind but teou m on.i
StlI'." hI tot" ll>1>. bote ll oll Dr. I i.ng
NeI w Di strcv'ik ly ib tiia lt s au
or "-t l.,onwiou g lr;ia hii.
A Paying Invegtmht,
Mr. John While, of 38 Highland ave.,
Houlton, Maine, says; 'Have been
troubled with a cough eveioy winter and
spring. LaSt winter Itried utarfv adver-
tised lemedibs, but the cough continued
tfhtil I bought a 50c. bottle of Dr. Kiig's
New Discovery; before that was half
gone, the congh was allgone. This win-
tcr the same happy result has followed;
a few doses once more banished the an -
inuaf cough. .1 am now convinced that,
Dr King's New Discovery. Is the best
of all cough and lung remedies." Sold
under guarantee at A. H. Brake's store
59u. and $1. Trial bot-tle free

P ItO \' oS ION S,
r~irr uPair's-
'tar Of ea..~6 12~ .S.I
bhwlisk. A 3.25 8aco0 Sidda 12
~l Meal pa' bolOl(-c~O Fresh...... ~~I(
7 C t, r'kf'5t B c 1 6 0-22
:alha'0Ci Lsa,"Oc 0 V's' j'5A
otatoeas 40 vod .
1Yltish.\. ... 1 40 Beef
$aiidv .se Seed 1-60 QloriIek.
d~ue. 6U~18 Fresh .....25...S1
s ...0 I)ried........2
,(,,.....5 Milk pr qit.......1
~' .tih i:i 4 /a4k. 1i A %, witli a 7
jz it I S. t') p C 1' / 1 2 oi rp'ii) o 5
GalvV irc Roestf5. l eFlnn el. .....1.1550
toe5lin.......Ja I t'haread per sool .
llt1 coul s pok, at 228t% 5' l.i .$soi'i

i vl"Pp yd. l )AlL'K is
ct-, I .1ts540.
3ui m 1. 25 B.-50 lr Fl n e .. .. l-
Ai l ea........ W9al Yi -adipe. sp l. '.5
Ijrlld 8WeSf, $"12 75~I1 j
tel ,ra eli 6pat 2ih 1.5 Open .d I'' Ill

rii. . $S,~ al 5( Cows..~ .. .. $1 5~it!
1'lsen. pa' icke 4;IJi Lme ph r eP,.... 75.. 7
FII It Ll IT iitf N~'iS..'
ii ilk0 .5l) l pLar(1'Y 4cat i. i isf,)S4-
.; 18... ....I. U h k... ....s4

.1 pi-1,111111 1. i50 Openec d pr qt.: %?'
1.1 V~z STOCI K.~
le,19.. $~4 n( C~ows.,.. bl 1);
Viols... . )Ottf-l lz I (0,6fi. ' 3 to $
ra Yok 'a $uke 165 Sheep. 42~*-- ;

.. rr
ftlivyd .... 0,1.0 II~tikaks ... t'lc

p ir
MiulIt r:

-ol ;51 Tiirt..... ,5tj
.25 T .
as' I,, 6 oia O.10.00
... 10 NL ca rulc.k.o.r 8'.()(1

rifJlMt ILIt.
'luorii., Ceiling.
tJotrt t ,n....414.00 Hoart, ) 0 ...)l. .0
lf~e o .. 12..)0 Face .. I .-U0
8 tp ... ,f ,o 8", 10." m
i 1ot -idinig, r' i'rds .
14e i fa!cue.p 14.00 ll x in. 1 ., l, .. -Y
uT I 0.00 lii hliig luiii-t.,. .
Iu l itr. 2 hr, d, .UU
+n t.(l I.-oii" lu l.,er, ,.
.- d. ....$2u

I ov ',' This
ae offer One fl{udtrcu ih llis Reward,
Or any cate ot C(Jtarrlli tlihat caniil be
ctriddffy t ll'a Ctaatarrh Cure.
F; J; OHENEY& CO., lProps., Totedo,O.
We the uildersigiedl, liave known F. J
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
aini p6rfedtly lionorable iu all business
tratisamcioris aniii fin.nllially abl)e to carry
(flit any oblligaltions made hv tlicir firm.
West & ITraitx, Wiolesale D uguiiss,
Toledo, 0
Welding, Ki-.uan i~hl& rvi i,
VWholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall-'s Catarrh Cure is taken i eternally.
acting directly npo: tise blood a.,d iuuc
,sOs surfaces of the system. Price, 75c
per bottle. Sold bL all druggists.
T-tke if.ll's lI'amilv I'ill for constipa-
All Bluff.
"Yes," boosted the fortune hunting
tount. "all of our old family castles
were on l)igh mountains. My ancestors
all lived on big ih,!Tfh."
"In:ted.' rei'"led the w-l'e heliess.
"a'nd I tse" lh:t i')i tinke after then
; m q ..

The Percival-Davis fishing crew
came in Sunday and went to Stj
Andrews, 'Monday. Some parties
came and bought their fish;
A picnic party visited Parker,
Monday; and refreshed their inner-
selves with cool drinks while view-
jng out ideal location.
Clarence Ware sent a boat up to
Parker to fill an engagement to meet
some parties; but as they failed to
ptit iir an appeararlde, they had ev-
idently "put up a job" ilpbi him.
H. H Hinson is still offering land
for sale.
Night showers and' high tides aire
People are planting fall gardens.
It is to be ,-hoped their' labors will
be rewarded with prenty of fine
vegetables. :

/ rie.strs Orders.
A Au ;::i ;r nauwl Pr'iest. was playing
! ,0 on' ,of the p'l': .- ip-il theaiitrii, in Lon-
Sion Sonil iine remarked at the (atr-
ick cnub that there were a great many
SiciC :lIn the pit eery ee\'nuing.
"Pro!,Inbly clerks who have taken
S.'ricst's order." nid Mr, .PoAoe. one
Lhe.4,iuui putiuotrasa well as one of
t' .'h!\':c:t coinlc cratlrists of the day.
'London T'elegrap!h
giving QuiCkly.
'seC mi e ucet weelh aoiut I' 0
'* "Iu l: wnfit gives quickly gives
"That's just the point f don't care
to be held ip later for a second sdbi-
Soirlption."-Prtttsl)rg Post.
To those afflicted with kidnidy and
bladder trouble, baolkache, rheumiatism,
P:rinules for the Iifd4eoys bring relief iu.
the first dose. Hundreds df people to-.
day testify to their remarkable healing
and tonic properties. 30, DayiL trial
$1.00. They puilfy the blood. Sold b.
W. C. Holley & Co1o,

ti in ti- i .1 the ft'llwi.,; story
-.l..'s i "'t ur Arnm d ,.'' o .loie u)si.'"
p()o::':-'tvS ld it a 't"('l .-':1'-'v of hua

I .r O(therwi-' vie ii dgtitity might I\ha
.i. cruli'tl Iy tlie;' irl't'i<'i llloos rvel '' --
-. v. hklh fitiiue to "fitras. Ii tlh HAIR BALlSAM
)i 1':U(' dft. M r. Co!o's trIril\l sli' h me nl Claiens nd beartiiies te- h'r.
. ..' lh'v. t t _. :r : oot 'roiu,"tc9 a JTLtLrianti rorwth.
h' Lov. ilOrt rtM.tftU / Iythte poet I over Paile to eatove ,.rz..7
S., i" i ai.r to its youtliful Coi'.1
bu told her au ii ludtlit ol hi as 'rl. '& r'ni, se ede air *t'h;."
;;:'i'r ini the p.'lit I 4"'P he W,,: _J E,,, do, *a rU -.
i;It adIn ited to tftl ordti's he wa 1
;p: o inted cura;ite in al' rurlRScotch dis- S E E D S
:'!.'t andl lodgeJd inthe t'iouts of i Buckbee's "Full of Life" Northern Groh I
;iai:ll tenant firtriner. Notwltht;t;nding Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation of 38 years of
( -r _, .-- ,i successful seed growing behind them. It pays to
his office of clirpsynull the t lainnly did lant the best.
.lt appear to hold thet'll b)airder Lu Seasonable Specialties:-
I h . hemrd Bi3ANS
high vene(ratlon, to one day he heard Earliest Red Valentine. $3.50 Bushel
the woulan servant call ofit to her Refugee-Extra Early $3.25 Bushel
fi's,;ess: New Stringless Green Pod $3.7o Bushel
SWardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax $4.5o Bushel
"Missis, shall 1 feed the pigs first or Davis New White Wax $4.5 Bushel
gie the moU his d1nuner?" C'urrie's Rust Proef Wax, $4.50 Bushel
gle the mon his dlnuer?" k Era G1
Extra Early Alaska ..- $3.50 Bushel
A Sure-Enough Knocker. New Early Gradus . .. $5.50 Bushel
Sur-n oug noker. Horsford's Market Garden $3.50 Bushel
J. C. Goodwin, of Reidsville, N. C., Buckbee's Lightning Express $5.oo Bushel
says: "Bucklen's Arnioa Salve is Lettuce, Radish. Tomato and a full line of
says: ken's Arnia Salve is a eds Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing prices..
sure-enough knocker for ulcers. A bad Sefor complete catalogue or submit a list of
your requirements and will quote prices,
one came on my leg- last summer, but Buy direct from the grower-Save Money.
that wonderful salve knocked it ot in Write today.,Mention this paper.
a few rounds. Not even a scar remain- H. W BUCKBEE
-1 kf d. 01 A C n^^1 B- IPALA_ IH

ea. LGuaranteed for piles., soros, burIns
etc. 25c. at A. H. Brake's store.



Manufacturers of and Dealers in




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No Order too Largef None Too Small!

Satisfaction Guaranteed.,
T. J. MC SWEEN,,Manager,



Special report to tlhe 13Bu... I Special it;c.t t. the Buoy.
W. H. Parker was out surveying Hot weather anrl more rain is
and making deeds fur N. Massalina, the September greeting.
last week, and Triesday of this Cromantdn people went for an
I .. A ' m I


the Mlanuto, Tuesday, arid has at
once set the wheels of his factory
in motion again.
W. H. Parker of Parker spent
Tuesday of this week in St An-
drews, surveying and was the guest
of the BuRy puili.hser.
E- -A. Williafis df .tli~'Eriterprise,
Bonifay, came down i1s0t woeill" and
has beoen spending a feow dacls' va-
cation on the Bay, paying the Ihuoy-;
mealittinti, a fratetlal cail .
Dell Percival of Parker vwas ini
St. Andrews on business, Monday
and paid the Buoy a friendly visit.'
Mr. Gitbeft arrivedd TueIany i jlt
and is at the Forester House.
Mrs. G. Miller a sister of our es-
teemed towngwd:nan Mrs. F. Biul-
lock, returned to hir home in West-
ville, Fla., after several' eekl:s pl:eas-
ant sojourn St; AndKews
A. J. G(ty anli .I C,. U:iy f 'Gay
weore in St. Andrews on business-
Mr. andi Mfi. rWebb, new arrivals
here will rem-ain sdme tinme, and
have some intention of making St.
Andrewvs their future home.
W. B. Wynne and family lelt f:or
their hio!ue ill Mar;anna on Tues-
day, they are in the habit of spend-
ilig two dr tliee months here every
summer, but stayed only qi couple
-f weeks this season.
W. C. Culbreth left for Ala. where
he expects to engage in business.
Mrs. Hickman who has been visit-
ifig Mr,. Andrews, has return I to
her home in BDfhifay.
Raymond Sheppard who has been
hway for some time, was given a
surprise party Tuesday evening
by a number of hi' friend, in honor
6f his home coming.

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That now is the time to bhtild that home o business house you
have bien considering? The present business depression ha6
reduced the price of lumber and building materials; labor is
heap and plentiful~ arid you cati build now for 25 to 50 per
cent le~is than in'
Jwr u.c 1907, 9OBR DECOMA:r., 9a08,
When yoti think of lumbefro:bfilading materialthink of us
and the fact that we have cdimpleted a modern up-to-date mill
Work mill, and can furnish everything made of wood uSed in a
btildiilg from sills to comb, ahd rliat we can



Estimates cheerfully furnished.
if desired.



Freight paid to your station

Matianna, Fla.

T I IT f tilT T vV TT

11 TI I t llFI fti '.iT

Thoe Leading D'rug Store

Knowing drug values, is of course, the most important

feature ot our business but it has not taken all of our time to know
drug values. We kiow- the value on TOI()LErT P'E AL( ES. We
know ltow to selc't and buy the very finest that hre made.
Test the Fraprance of Our ~ -i

o 5Buckbee St., Rockford Seed Fraims, .ocUoru, i,.
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In Real EstateI Examine'Our Toilet Waters
TheBuoy Has For Sale They are unsurpassed in permariency
Thie Sontlutwe's (Inartor of the Sioth- ann)ldeltcacy of odor. We keep a corm- -
wast Qtarter ol Section 1. and the plete assortment of the most delicate
S.,untli Hall of tO., Southeast Qnar- domestic and imported perfumes and-
tor ,If Section 2. Ir,wnwhlip 4 sonth. Toilet Waters throughout our entire -.
I.tige14 wes i. Toilet Goods Departtief "
Lies Aboutf Oe Mile North- T;,l, most laslijlmo, s taste is pnlsa.;cd.
Sst W hay ; t c onsinulent of Toilet 'i>)alp, Toilet Spontges atd Sponges ffor tht
east of Milville UBtl> that (,com)e nearer t()1perfec-tion tliau ,n.y we over saw. Toilet Soiips free
fromn itiputitits ore not to be found cve'-ywhemrc. We have them. If you want
Formerly Known as the Mrs. Pet- anyuhintg in this line, hi re is the piacc t o yet it.
tis Place 'ToILLEI POWDERS--Theattention of all, ladies who c re to hayeand re
TITLE PC ERFC ET! tain a beautiful complexion, a soft and healthy white skin, is called to our,line
I L PER! Mof delicate powder and complexion boautifiers. Protect.the open pores of the
3kin from dirt,, wind and dust by the use sf these aids to charm. No woman's.
A portion of thiis land hlas been in oilet is complete without a dust of faintly scented powudor over the neck and
6cltirtliio' i ti'nrnes paJst;;*but is now face. Tooth Powders, Pastes. Washes, Co;:netics and Rogues of every descripj
ail hlts been lyfig i'.lie or soli'te vyars. tiono. Tootli Brushes, Hair Bi ushes, Combs, Manicure ets. and all the little
i..l - -. ta toilet r.quisites so essential to comfort, health rmdbeauty are to be found here
Ad~ Bit i arn,~if ^ I T 1 h in endless variety. ReiableR RR R fl3 is-
I Gill U,$E Barbml` if, aki l nRUBBER nnn00m ,..Tot,?:8
I O I paritm.entour stock is ronlet.e. t B.O Our good,
,lAt O-ice0 Our good are the best makes and will not disappiiintyou .. ,
Apply at'or Adires We- Sell-all' 3ATEN T ZSDICIZ S in demand
rPtTi'T TiTTVTT ~c AV'hIi.n:a-. m I w Tli.I". 0L _.. a-.i 1- I*

A. Jol, JAN;L WI-F#FU5 6t. Aictrews, Yla.





.J. D. Forester has gone on an ex-
tended business trip.
Miss Gussie Poston has returned
home to Mariiarna.
Seeas ]Isritw'P (Vo'lfh S-vril)p always
brinii.,s i u ti'lk relief to 44,;ilis, coldls,
hoart-ersness, whooping conghli alnd ill
broiichial adn thrnout t: ublce. Mother.
h42aecially rveconmmied it us it is pI as-
;iit '0 t.atk,. It, ih ;: Shou id be in ,.vv ry hlmt te l''.' ,
s.l b, i V (. lihG l Co(..

S A Wd.ted Opporunity.
*.' H,'" c e ii ,t'.d." Oloe I!II" nfr.
Ntio: re aio lilv.:ti tra;vefhig tomull
tio-,, ai. a;;,I m IIV s1t, 'l. o d w Iri fiold of
(heir J'],lnt j~ ,'::r',n.; Yi.
"i110 1 ;f *)+"A y I ,! ..r-lt|- (.;l l.l patlpt;( l-
r!; wtr s n'it >ii ii .'-l t i;i'i <; r ( liforni one
ut thl li, 1I ('k (io0 (,,o i,.; Aiit o!,' (. ) iu
I htt they (', i-htIl: t :i i; i ()U e whure
ti .y .>,a.ld t'Ap.rty ,l .Ig fh t ;u(.gl)g:'i.
|'tl' fai'i.r;<-';' i;!K} ? i, ii-is[ !> i (w i, :iIrI+"
olia n i F't nilli I.' .yl 'i nla ple:uld tm.i
tn'h 5 -~atS. r,)' i ' ; ,1 it i t
b,'d:--o^ A. Kfe ld. Notlhi;g d a .
"I (e,.;>;l aci,. ii.'i,'1:-, i Npl)Il(n 'U or
(oraut or lfke \' ~': l;, )n ;I t Va l.v
Ia' tt ,. sleit In tIh h i ir I' a~ '..
, thl t a,0'l 4 1 i.t.4 u
\V,'hn ti Jl'.- t n. dy tii llgeiun ts o0
TI u sl('uC(lod '11t O t'' P, we't, .t< pol ro
ti(!nts lJ ,,sthi';l Iev "t ei' ti.s nd wVMtt a l'c, f.relh air. They
met the oh ;'i oi<-r ,ll;lming thle co-A
with the "''!l ;ti'rn
*"h, y i W i", ,% .:;* >; .*oni'pn" h<1 Rd t{^
blandly mid ii .' s t ".,>:: It'. tin, youngn
'oulhd I i.;iiv h.ait ; .. : i. ,, at 1 w.i
expecting' 1 '1 ev t'. or'i'rn~ ,"-h r '
last night anni s! .: leais for their.
but somehow. or ol ), ity nov< I.'a r sho\#-
ed up, dang 'emn."--.an i aci:co Call
Like All the nest.
The Lady--My husband is particular-
ly liable to sevnhlckness, captain. Could
you tell hinm vh.t to do In came of an
attack? The Captaln-'Tnaln't necos
sary, mum. He'll do It.--Judge.
An Iron Tip.
Teacher-Johnny, can you 'tell tie
fow Iron was first discovered?
Johnny- Yes, sir.
"Well, Just tell the class what your
information is on that point."
"I heard pa say yesterday that they
sijdit It."


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PERSONAL. ('has. Liddon and family went
C. II. Casey, who for several home to Marianna, Tuesday.
weeks has been sojourning among Mr. Clutter of the Clutteri Music-
frends at the North, came home on house, Pensaicola, is a guest at


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Cooking and Heating SovS.
Se ing Machines and Needles

Pumps, Ptir ni tu ti .


BuErieR TaKlsets, RSobeo, Suites, if-

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tOeklUy A, oke oLoot mad rotaMRum.)
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rb wnda dof P. P.Mm. plena yeu wta g e an s d eisa
0M oomblnatlon, andp presWbttwit h WANoert0eoeandaIudile m-uiwwlU
gtrst estl moto taor the aosm of an l from o br zing the astm'aar'iur.and
forms nd stages OfPimPr y. Bidondary thea e of P. P..
and Tartarry ipu, yphiltlo Bh.i- Li. XuW-Mho seyatmieiarpotione d i dt
ttaempoofotloU mo usr and bores, whoseblooditinan mpure oondititonw
bt adulmW salap,, ah wmnttu |id4 W& toertaa nU3rialtlre pouU %u,.
r7aOomptiat %b a"loAn: oltMo esoeh bs fam by the Worrb*ruwnderM nui n


Laen sBm aesn uwaSQiaaotuhr. a blood leon rpropalrY. w .A
nsI.. an.. Oemos rse L Priokly A. IMash Po aBooat weOil.
CompaatIU e Maeooal hoie", t a gola by a Druggist.
okdiM.,ea, -"e. '
I P. N. P. Ispowftit al t PF. V. LIPPMAN
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Boilers, Saw MIills, Wood-working Machinery, Shingle Mills, Liht: MiliV
and Genqral Line of Supplies. .
Complete Line Carried in Stock Ifor Immediate Shipment
It will pay .you.to consult us before buying. Postal ,will l.bniu, oiu
Salesman. Write for Illustratcd Catalogue and Prices.
We are Gener,'l Southern Agents for CeleubrateOd I .Furuh ,

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l':.rh- 3 $1 lflF! .
In the mnu i.' or ill r :'rt:-I 11 prepach-.
S..r In. Ia slli dlstrirt iI:wd thli world
hbei ?menIun" TUb word ii-t :umd 'oneI of
the lenitblrda lume trouble. for IW^was
-.temle to Httu'h any nauirntaI to It
IPlatlly he'detirmlur -d to ,w.k an ex
planatkin fIrom th- minlnter and at the
e lo r of tbhe nrvi.- approached him on

"What did yer menn by that there
lSng word yer used In yer sermon?"
b "b: I s' youth do uot know what a
prw'louuo notl i*a." rsldk-il the uilniater
"W'!l. hIilV you ever wonU i cow graiz-
i ig Il a Sfild In which thistles were
"'e*'; nnIaIy a time."
;. "Trlit In nt a ii llonienon. And no
6flnht you lilnt often lrateued to a lark
aluhig uerrily away up in the
'*YM." .

"That aealn. Is not n phenomenon.
Put If you saw that cotr sitting on a
thistle suing like a lurk that would
be a phenomenon." Liverpool Mer-
Smugrglare' Philanthropy.
At Broadmoor and Perth. England,
the criminal lunatics have a free sup-
ply of the mois exquialti pipe tobacco,
clgars and cigarettes. In fact, they
smoke far finer stuff than the average.
rleh man. Yet all this good tobacco
vosts the government nothing. The
,, aMutem oaf- unlatd pay for the
smoking of the criminal insane. It is
-' -rm her confiscated smuggled tobacco
that tngland Blls the tobacco boxes of
Perth and Broadmoor.

fW Application for Tax Deed.
Notice a: hereby given that J. H.
.. Dnimnond. purchaser of Tax Certificates
Noe. 16, 127,135, 143,165 and 185, dated
the 4th day of June, A. D., 1901i, has filed.
s*ld certifeates in my office, and has
made application for tax deed to issue in
acerdance with law. Said certificates
embrace the following described proper-
ty situated in Washington county, Flor-
ida, to-wit:
In ald eestifi.atc No. 126, seL of sw4
of se3 of se 1, Ip 4.s, r 14w.
Il said certificate No. 127, 5f acres in
*f ofw34 of swY4 see 2, t. 4s, r, .14w.
In said certifclhte No. 136, swX of swl
of awt, sec. II, t. 4s, r. 14w.
In said certificate No. 143,, bik 22, wi
see. 95 t. 3s r. 15Iw. i
Sn mid certifiate No. 165, lots 13. 15,
block )6, I of see. 35 tp. 3S. r 15w.
In aid certificate No. 185, wr) of lot
2i bfoek 5, uwt see. 1, t. 4s, r. 15w.
Ihdaild land being assessed at the
date of th'e issuance of such certificate in
tO* I *e of Fnknnown, John Echols. T. J.
Wlrifthead, U known, N. M. Opdale, C.
SI. Wjtherill, respectively. Unless said
oe'tifi ates shall be redeemed according
to law,. tax deed will Issue thereon on
the 8th day of October, A, D.. 1908.
WitneC my oAicil signature and seal
c.af ] Sle the 22nd day of August, A. D.
'.1908. W. C. LOCKFY,
Clerk Circuit Court,
Washington County, Florida.
SO' Applioitton for Tax IDed,
.ioiee is hereby given that J. H.
ranmmnndu purohasec of Tax Certificates
G' .o 33J, 144, 156, 163, 173, dated the 5th
." .-'. di'oJuh, AD. 1905, baeBiled said cer-
~-bLt att in By office and hai made appil
*'i loft fr~wIt ttx deed to tbae In accordance
Vith Itw, Said certificates embrace the
S- lllowijg 'deisorbed property situated in
Washington county, Florida, to-wit:
SOrtlOate No, 133, lots 15, 16, blk 3,
Qs of ae.- 39, tp.. 3, r. 15w.
COartitete No. 144, lot 3, blk. 26, sB
iee.. W&P30. r. 15w.
Gertltd ,e No. 16, lot 2, blk 31 es
au. 36,tp. 3s, r. 15w.
Certiloate No. 163, lots 4, 5, 6: 7, blk.
6, nee ec.. 1, tp. 4s, r. 15w.
Oertifioate 'No. 173, s of lot 15 btk,
bik 94,. ne sec. 1, tp.4s, 4. 15w.
The mimIajid&bsiy a|sssed at the date
of'the issuance of'isch certificates in the
nam eofW. Turk, Unkknon nown,
Unknown. Unknown resIrelvy. "-Un-
less said certificates shall be redeemed ac-
cording to law. tba deed will issue there-
on on the 8th day of Oat .ber, A. D. 1908.
Wfitaneas my official signature and esal
[L. a.J this thee' 2nd 'day of August,
A. D. 1908. W. C LOOKED,
Clerk CircuitL 3oult,
Washington County, Florida.
Divoroe Notice,
]Lrst Judicial Circuit of Florida--Cir.
cuit Court of Washington Gouuty.
E. L. Marshall. complainant,
OCarona marshall, defendant.
The defendant in the above styled
cause is hereby required to appriar hlereiu
on the 25th day of SePtember, 1908, to
the bill of complaint filed against her by
the eaid complaint, or a decree pru cun-
fesso. will be entered agiinbt him in

1 it further ordered that tkis order lie
publisb d once a week for four conseou-
tive EWba in the St. Andrews Buoy, a
newspaper published weekly tMSt. Au
drews,.Washinglon county, Florida.
Wit'ess my hand and seal of office.
thts 15th day of Avgusat, 1908.
[asA.) W. 0O. LOCKEY.
Olerk Circuit Court.
W~ld gtleo Obuuty, Florida.
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Of Intention to Apply for Letters
IEotice la hereby given, that the under-
signed Intend to appl% to the Honorahlo
Napoleon H. Broward, Governor of the
State of Florida, on tne 26th day of Sep-
tember, A. D., 1908., for Letters Patent,
Incorporating St. Andrews Ice and I'ow-
er Company, under the tiws of the State
of Florida; with and under the following
proposed Charter, the original of which.
is now on file in the office of theSei.retary
of State, in Tallahassee, State of Florida.
J. H. Di nmmondl,
T. J. McSweeu.
L. M. Ware.

Proposed Charter of St. Andrews
Ice and Power Company.
The undersigned heaeby associate
themselves together for the ourpui*e of
becoming iucornorated, anid forming a
corporation under and by virtue of the
Laws of ihj State of Florida, with and
under the following proposed Chaatvr:
Section I,
The name of the corporation shall be,
St. Autlrews Ice an.t Power
( nomDany, and its business sh.ill be
conducted in the State of Florida and
other States of the United States of
America, and Foreign Countries, when-
ever necessary orconvenient. The prin-
oipal office ofsaid corporation shall be in
the town of St. Andrews, Washington
County, Florida.
Section II.
The general business of the corpora-
tion shall bH, manufacturing and produc-
tng ice, and food products requiring the
use of cold storage; to buy, sell and dual
in fuel, grninl, lime, bri- k, coiemen and t l,-
or commodities, usually detltl ith in con-
neetion with the operation ot ice and cold
storage plants; to l1uv, sull'and deal in dry
goods, grocries, Ioois and shob.), hard-
ware, boat supplies, and genci al uiirchaii-
disa; to own atrd o er.,tc ice and cold i.ur-
age plants; to hay, sell d ind d.'iln ic.e,
meats, vegetihaleos, dJiiy irod.uctl, ov--
lers, and all kmnds of finh and tihli urod-
tels; to manufacture and deal in IcEr
cream, soda water and solt drilakb; to;, c,'-
struct, own and operate plitllds for the
manulaeture of and to sell guir; t- gcne-
rate and distriboto electricity for 6treut
lighting, domestic uses, or for powel; t.)
fur.iish and deliver water through pipes,
or mains for domestic, fire or o her pur-
poses; to own .and operate boiat, lugs,
lighters. barges, wagons and teams, and
other vehicles, water mains And poles nec.
essary'for the procurement and delivery
of materials, commodities required or
necessary in the conduction .of the busi-
ness aforesaid, tand to biy and own real
estate, and to sell the same whenever nec-
essary, or incident to tho carrying on
of said busJiess... -
The foregoing clauses. shall be con-
strued as both independent clauses and
Section III.
The amount of the capital stock of said
corporation shall be Twenty-Five Thous-
and Dollars ($25,000.t10), divided into
two hundred aid fifty equal shares of the
par valne of One Hundled Dollars
$100.09) each. All or,any part of the
capital stook of the said corporation, in.
eluding the stock subscribed tor by the
incorporatore may be payable in, or is-
sued, or used for the purchase of proper-
ty, labor'or. services, pt a just valuation
thereof, to be fixed by the board of 4i-
rectors at a meeting tu be called lor that
Section IV.
The corporation shlall exist for the
term of Ninety-Nine (99) years' frm the
date of issuing letters patent.
Section V.
The business of the corporation is to be
conducted by a president, vice president,
a secretary and tr asurer ,and a boatd
of three directors, and such other
Officers as may hereafter be provided
for. The' office of the secretary and
treasurer may be ,held by the same
person. The number of the directors
may be changed from time to time by the
By-laws of the corporation; but at no
,time shall be less than three or more
than nine. ~'The directors shall be elect-
edm by the stockholders at each anniisal
meeting. All other officers shall be elect-
ed by the Board of Directors. The annu-
al meeting of the stockholdura shall be
held on the second Monday in January
fesa'ech ear, at ten o'clock a. m., unlssa
otherwise provided in the By-laws. Until
the officers elected by the first annual
meeting of the sthckholdcrs shall be
qualified, the business of fhis corporation
shall be conducted oy the following of'
fioeers: J. H. Drumm. ud, as president;' L,
M. Ware advice president, and T. J. Mc-
Sween as secretary and treasurer, and J.
H. Drummond, T. J. Mcweoun and L. M.
Ware as directors.
Sec'iun VI.
The highest amount of indebtedness or
liability to which this corporation can at
any time subject itself is Teni Thousand
Dollars ($10,000.06.).
Section vl).
The names and reuidencei of the sub-
scribers to the capital stock and tll
number of shares taken and sul,srcril,u.I
for by each are as follows:
J. H. Drummond, St. Andrews, Flu ,
one hundred and five shares.

T. J. MoSween. St. Andiews, Fla., oin
hundred and five share.
L. M.Ware, St. Andrews. Fla., forly
shares. J. H. Druuianond,
T. J. lMcSweeu,.
L. M. Ware.
State of Flurida, ?
Washington County,f Before Lho un1-
dersigned authority, pcrsonallv appeared
J. H. Drummond, T. J. Mciwebe, anid L.
M. Ware, who -are well known by me to
be the individuals described in. ana who
executed the foregoing proposed charter,
and. severally acknowledged to and before
'me that they subscribed their nam.s to
and executed the eamo for the isus mud
Purposes therein expressed.
Witness my hand and ofi.:inl
SEAL ) seal this 15th day of Augul,
A.n. 191)8. F. BULI.OcIK,
My Cpmmiseiuu ex- Notary Public.
Spires May 9, 1911.
The Wrestler's Pride.
In olden tiues a wrestler who had
won a belt used to go to his village
i.hurcb on the following Sunday wear-
lug the belt Ou the Sunday following
that hLe went. to some neighborlug
church In his belt aind claimed Ipreced-
ntse drer the uther young fellows
Nearly all the champlnus were men
Sreat in girth and weight Old Stead-
:an. aer-'utt'd by many the moat
joonerful wr."tlcr ever known, was
.weuty itone weight Manchester

How the Dutch Eat.
A Dutch meal Is always reminiscent
aif game of cards, for the mother,
leals out all round the table, and when
that first hand s placed out she deals
ifresh, and so o(m until the dish is
!empty. ThMre is no promiscuous serr-
aig. as with as. and the quick feeder
(If such a person could exist lu lelsuro-
ly Holland; renpa uo advantage. If
meals ate to be likened to games of
cards, our meals in Dutch eyes must
look like games of "grab."

tI 49 4 E IUs- f $,l* ElI -111, 'I4A ++4. -






Copyrighted, 1907, by P. C. Eastment.



It was Katherine Morgan's first week
at the S~ttlment's house. It was also a
week of revelations. She was now
alive to the fact that, despite her fa-
ther's wealth, her liberal education, her
years abroad, she knew little or noth-
ing of the great mystery of life.
Katherine had plunged into settle-
ment work most Impulsively directly
after her quarrel with Arnold Gresh-
am. If a war had been in progress she
felt sure she would have gone out as a
field nurse. She had thought seriously
of entering a nunnery, but, being a
Protestant, this would have taken time,
and at that particular moment Kath-
erine did not want time to hang heav-
Ily on her hands. She wanted action,
and a different action from the usual
round of teas, dances and dinners.
Moreover, she wanted action apart
from the world where she would meet
Arnold Gresham, and, somewhat bit-
terly, she remarked to her tear stained
Image inuthe dressing table mirror that
unquestionably Arnold never would
find time to visit a Settlement house!
Nei'her *wealth nor careful chaperon-
age had been able to protect Katherine
Morgan from the shafts of one Dan
Cupid. Heretofore the wealth at least
had honghtt her everything that she de-
sired. but It could not buy the slavish
devotion which, in her'unthinkiug way.
she demanded of Arnold Gresham.
Other men had apparently been will-
Ing to spend their days and a large
portion of their nights In serving her
smallest ends. meeting her least impor-
tant desires, but grave eyed Arnold
Gresham, who had asked her to marry
him and placed the betrothal ring on
her finger, hadinctually insinuated that
he was not sufficiently enamored of her
to play the role of doormat.
To be sure, it was not Arnold who
had spoken those words literally, but
Kuatherine's brother Bob, and the
words rankled. Arnold had merely
refused to break important business
engagements to follow her In sudden
flight to Mrs. Croxton's house party in
the Adirondacks. And on various oc-
casions when she had called up his of-
fice on the phone he had been out
when he had said that he fully ex-
pected to be In all morning. If, during
their engagement, he was so hidiffer-
ent, what chance had she to queen it
over him after marriage? And Kathe-
clue dqwn in ber willfull heart wanted
to queen it over him as she had
qlueeued It over all lwho had come her
way since babyhood.
\V't'rt.-o'ore the SEttlculnut house and
Katherine seated in a1 l.,'i' wnh1ow,1
'-" \ ..i..., r -: n'luy,. discnssing
Saturday half hul:;il. .
"It's fierce to get all your plans laid
and theu have (e boss turn 'em all up-
side down." Mnaggle was rPnylln, with
tears^very close to her big gray eyes,
''I wouldn't care so s1much for myself,
but Torn, he's sort of ruii down, anld
he needs fresh air. \Ve was gAing out
to R!dlehy's pnrlk, where you can get n
boat for 25 cents an hour, and the
muslc's fine. Ton hee-always tIkes a
nap under the trees, and then we hive
t row aunda bite to eat, and he feels
lust fine for danclng. The dancing pa-
v~llon at Ridley' s is jst grand."
"Are you fond of dancinug?" Inquired
Katherine mechanically.
"Do I love to dance? Well, I guess
ea,." answered M:uggle enthusiastical-
'y. "And since Tom and me are-en-
graged It seems sort of different. When
rue band plays, 'I'd Rather Tivostep
rhan Waltz, Bill,' seems like it ought
lo be 'Tom' instead f 'ill.' I could
lust dance right through life with Tom.
Irunny what a difference it makes
Vhen you know some one loves you!"
She looked up Inquiringly at heor
,*ompanion's lovely face, but there was
ro answering enthusiasm.
"1 really don't know how it feels,"
replied Katherine as If her body be-
'ide the young factory girl had sud--
lenly been unlinked from the soul
wvhich answered the question.
The mobile face of the factory work-
,r changed, and her voice softened.
"Of course I know it ain't Tom's
fault, but if he's ever going to make a
lome for me and take me outen the
factory hIe's got to "stand in with his
)oss. Iidlley's or no [ildley's, we'll take
& trolley ridei. after sul)lur anyhow, so
! gucrs I'll lre moving on and make a
lew ,to.k out of that lace you gave
ne. Say:. that's a lovely piece. I had
I i;!;i to save t:- for luy trouaseau..
liely It will please -T'in if.I have some-
hing pretty and new on Milght as
veil c'ilir' him up a bit. He's worse
lisapnl)o!lute: d than Lne."
The daughter of the rich and the
actorty worker went out of the door
.ogether. At the corner they paused
befo:'e separating.

"1 wish you'd take this to your
rom," said the impulsive youug helr-
's. 'IThere's a lovely little restaurant
In the park. Tell Tom to 'take ;ou
6thre for dnnuer." She opened her gold
lesrh purse and hauled out a crisp.
clean bill. The factory girl flushed
'nd drew back.
"Tom ain't that sort. He'd never
take money from a woman."
The young heiress saw her mistake.
"Well. then, give It to some one you
think might not be able to afford a
half holiday trip-some one who has
no Tom to take her out" And she
sprang on board a waiting trolley car
before Maggie could retby. The car
stopped at the next corner.
"This car goes to Ridley's park?" de-
aanded an ,lr"lyj-wowian.
SYes'u& St p lively!" yelled the con-

"Itidley's park!". Why, that was
vlhere Maggie aun Tom 'h/a; pTmn.ned
o go. Katherine.felt a sudden whm '
to see the pleasure ground of the
young people among whom she had
'n- r, -o-' .." ....' 1''-. ,*.. -o-lk She


would go to tUdley's park.
Away the car howled, .-l',.l,!,' nnow
and then, but -less frequently as the
suburbs were reached. And it seemed
to Katherine that at every stop more
Maggles and Toms scrambled aboard.
all with an air of golden anticipation
that she- had never felt at prospect of
an automobile tour or garden party.
So absorbed was she In watching the
,half holiday crowd that she did not
notice the attention she was attracting
from a group of half tipsy youths who
had dubbed her "the queeh'' and were
daring each other to "pick up the
peach." -
At Ridley's park she felt oddly dizzy
with the confusion. Perhaps she had
worked a bit too hard at the Settle-
ment house. Perhaps she had not eat-
en enough. At any rate, when they
.reached the park entrance, and the
crowd shoved her this way and that.
and the three youths clustered around
her and paid her loathsome compli-
ments, she wondered whether she
should faint or scream aloud. Sudden-
ly a man in uniform shoved the leer-
ing youths aside and touched helr el-
bow deferentially.
"where do you want to go, miss?"
inquired the trolley inspector, for such
'hll was.
"Home, home," exclaimed the tired
girl, with a touch of hystei'la in her
"Car on the third track," said the
inspector laconically, and he put her
a hox-d-
Oie out of the crowd, with the cool-
ing west wind fanning her face, Kathe-
rine felt better. She understood now
why Maggie felt tt tTom--lig. pro-
tecting Tom-had given the girl a new
view of life.
It must be dreadful to be alone and
unprotected in the world. Now, if Ar-
nold had only been different, if lie haid
not been so absorbed in businc:s. Thien
suddenly a feeling that had never come
to Katheriuo Morgan before obsessed
her. Had Arnold ever really neglected
her? Had he ever refused her his at-
tendance save when she willfully
changed her mind or made childish de-
mands on his tiie? She remembered,
too, that her father said something
about a shaky market. possibilities of
a panic, the need of conservatism, etc.
They had all been meaningless terms
in her moment of anger, but now she'
understood. If Arnold meant to take
her "outen the factory" he utust stand
in with his boss,'too, and Arnold's boss
was "the Street." Something bright
and round fell from Katherine's eye to
the gloved hand she raised hastily as a
screen, and then It happened-crashing
beams, crackling glass, shrieking wo-
men and groaning men.
When Katherlue woke up she was In
Arnold Gresham's big touring car and
Arnold Gresham's face was very close
to hers.
"How did you get off?" she inquired
dfilly, feeling as If ishi had been cLhimc-
ed into Maggie pelany and Maggie's
Tom had come to the rescue.
"I went down to the Scettliillneit house
for you, found you had left with oue
girl, and anotther told me she had seen.
you boIird the car for Ridley's park. I
wa?-u~t f,'llowiig yA.u out-whemi-l
saw the .collsion nIlI tlibiult I inahtit
"e of so wi s'rvi' e t. o tlet Inin ll' r.
Ki(itlh-rlI-u \liy in the world lid 3~a
go out like this nloue't"
K ltherinePil.Ilhi hber hl ndl contentedly
on Greslham's still trembling shoulder.
"Becniga( 4t neeldd to know that--I
could not get along without you. Ar-
nold. dear, take me home."

It Would Flatter Man.'
Few men have deserved and few
have won higher praise In an epitaph
than the following, which was written
by Lord Byron on the tomb of his dead
"Near this spot are deposited the re-
mains of one who possessed beauty
without vanity, strength without inso-
lence. courage without ferocity and all
the virtues of min without his vices
This praise, which would be unmean-
ing flattery If inscribed over human
ashes, is but a just tribute to the mem-r
ory of Boatswain, a'dog, who was born
at Newfoundland May 3, 1803, and died
at Newstead abbey Nov. 13, 1808."

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cuts relivoul at once with Pinesalve
Carbo!ized (acts like a p mnltice) draws
out inflannmmation. Price 25c Sold by
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"Have you a raincoat and a heavy
veil, Dorothy?" inquired Mrs. Dalrym-
pie anxiously.
"Yes, mother," replied Dorothy me-
chauically without glancing nlu from
the .time table from which she was
endeavoring to extract information re-
garding the trains to Oakdale.
"And plenty of moneyY'"
"Money-and my check book. Real-
ly, mother, you'll be asking me next,
as you did in i y old Sunday school
days. whether I have a clean handker-
chief." She tossed the time card aside
in despair.
"There is no such train as a 3:00."
"I Just kuew It!" wailed Mrs. Dal-
rymple in a melancholy sort of tri-
umnph. "I never should have" tried to
take Carleton's message over the
phone. A telephone does rattle Dne so."
Dorothy crossed the room and patted
her mother's cheek reassuringly. .
"There, there, mnumsey, don't fret.
I nm now at the age of discretion. If
you itlsuminderstood Carleton's invita-
tion no great harm will be done. 1
knoraw my way Ihoti, but I t!m sure it
lust li v h c lient' 'fort thi 's ift'ernooil, for
the galf toar'l'tniiic nit is oni tiomorrIi'ow.
and; they snid all ahlon"g that they want-
:dI n1 'too l ie q ll're to :-se it.''
'l' li h ot tn(' t .!o ll'orC .tii,.i.i ,,'II. l thi:l
I. i-'s lliilhry:p)le's hlinrsoin vvwis ait the.
lo' ar Adilown to the ihnlsoin flitte(i
I'Por )a y, hli r mii.ot h r ft. ait,': i tier tol
:hl va ry dz'oor of lthe' !('v;ltor.
"1 '*;ln't ll-pI) ftelii'?: p9 !xio'):S ho0; :
it's tril. (aei'r," siho mil ril!mntll .1 "1 'W
v 'ys t~Il gri t hings t'vwist-,l over t'lin
it!' .'1 iH .

cents au;l two .sliw'I; t>'ln. "'.;'
which to an'r( h:int: her ti : l! ; '
town.' Th ;l a ;li i.t'i t .
her. S!,- o t !'] I,;, ie. r it ';'- '.v :
clhe'k. Si,( l : "' tan ;!: 'r '' i.'
dollar Ni vi i\' i-' o i ;:'. t :- -
W henc l t:,e ;i4 :1.tt ilr ::t i4..'7i L':.:
ed it'l' v The sti:io'. :! i ip '-
ed,. Rf' ral'u loo. i. iip i !', i i ;t) '.i.
dep."t and i' nld' fo. ; ie Icz"tPlt vi'i" :v
CoTning inito the glioo.miy 'r touu he d ,
not see very tclem-aly the avt- t igcuret
whicl I -Stood *in ;i : ;iiv1 'y .
The station vgentt was syltug: "i
would he very glad to oblige you if
you cold tilil ia '. ,;,'; ih> v V0 o
but it ia ais i,-.t ot I'a ( .one "in'i- a
noon, Mr. M i-)'gai~i. T.'uilnt to : ;-,- ti
The t:al finrii'e swuniig ;mari nl.
"Oh, (Car'1' io, I am so ;int' h'-
Then sudden si'l'lence on the pIar't of
the two young poplle anid wonder onj
the part of the station agent. Ttre
young lU 1 was the tirst fo recover.
"May I usurpl my. brother's place
and be of service to you?" he asked,
rather distantly.
Dorothy flusl'd,. then paled. but final-
ly her fce set irensolutely.
"Yes; I have made m mistake' regard-
ing the> date of the tour'namtuen, and,
worse ;till. I brought only a little cash,
and this gentleniau will not accept a
check, and I want to get homee"
Ter "l-:m o fl, l. and .Jimmy Morgan

cited In another's breast, leaned back
':I titc hlntom anid tlonught how, differ-
nit!y this, trip had been planned only a
few weeks before. The Carleton Mor.
guims. both golf enthusiasts. had ar-
;'urwtld to -ntctr't:;i a house party at
Lhih- Okiltle honmIe dultrli~" the golf
!omuilrnllllent T'here were to be eight
t'oari iiaIl stoiIs u ilter' a roof tree fa
molls fi'or' gr-i t'i'l'lt shadowsn. oitdu('ive
vu ..i!:t' ,'Ifi: '1'" To l hx sin;'e. J i>,''ort .
!'ii Ii ; i:i..y nol.f. did not er\' in utldec
At;.i1i the ;.nyster:'l i of twH- g.:ile: bu!t
the'l. neither (lid .litu may M'l'ain, bIroth
ur of hetr-ilihot. .imutlnly sa;l orn. erti lr
si;ast in the fltlluly was ellourll,: Soonwi
bH'Iy hlil to stay saune ami plivay Itiorl'
hilport'int gaitt's. At the tirw.. .-J
spoke (the ae lll(,a upea'flnot in It firflith
wins the world old gaine of wininulg
hearts. or. more prolperly sp.l.ntinp. r
heart, the heart of I)orothy i. ,h'3 t;.
And fr a tile It tfad seemed ass If tl!
( 'uo ,r';iri; l hiou.t c p.' rty with ai tattfm '
h:)ste.s I\;s yset; :tial to: r'ing: rattoi'P
to an (lilmi x..
TliitgSs \ver;e :all colning his way whcen
the inevitable ( dam whiich will t'r'i,
up ini the couresm e of tr.e love's strea;nl
turned tnl twisted lits plii ni il suchlr u
fashion tlit hte sat at his desk onte
tlnliorii: ,g ra hdini g over' tlad ,v<'' MIIt-
borothly l ;aihl'yllna pe' chlilinigly polite
refgr, ts to hiis In citation for a; ltilt dit-
ner aald tlhe:ter pirty. It oIltlnereod not
wv;:'t evil sp!ri;t hadl- whsp'redtl uijnast
thiln s ilnt I':,tiQ'r ear.- Certafl in l f.i-
Inidions ci:rt'ilatted inonlg his friends
that Ji.imny Morgan would have good
ase of I';It a DarynmpIe's -gein'rous
Wbiitk -ait.votiut made that yorni1g manI
stirr'e under !'-r l r ctt note likr e West
Poini'r ba-forec the officr of the day
tIe would ask o explanation, -anir-'he
()off'e'-' An:id hIlte e as tlhe day of the house
party whicli a -i had alterlately iread-
ed aml aniic-ilnm l.;t ftor oun long week.
'ell, at least she would show Mi- Mor-
gan that at western girl did not wear
her lial-rt mr her sklev'e.
"On(ikdile!" shouted the cVloductor
just as she i-uachcd this :.,l!Ndallet de-
Sie stood on ti he Ipitfo'n ait id thllt
bags wv.hich tit- i'o:r i'r i;'.i arv!',tpg d at
her foet. \' ri :'s ri'i s -. .,*..
rirang 'l up '.esit- e f ,:d ,ti ,i. t'.-.'
W a -9 110 Sig;M of' 8n lise 'm n:.n lhe
Carleton MoNrg.: i' Y '1 h*!; liilt !-t:, dc
the 3:1> traiin. I'! ;a:'- :t-s!: Oi;: t' to ithe
one namet r Ite ; by lt'r:.-'ll :. i
One liy a"i ; t e (;!i';'i. >. ." 't: a us ain l
'ars f I t''is' l t H li-in r',- J ..*- rs
Mo;tre than one -nrious Kgin .i- \w;is atnt-
ed a:t the till. v.li l c:cl.- :': .' of thi
pi : 'J.-.1 girl, at I t'lheli t t'me .O -1 l'ri-
-ate vc h i -leh ro'iedi mv-iv ao ,ie -**'itt i
ed i simii. l bo. r 1 ai it:t-i ir ti- luggage
carried to the \ ill:ii:.' ihat k
"Out to M'a.ai'-.'t Osne (ldo!lr It-eachl
way." s'iidl tlit-. wily ,lerh. aovtefulll ri'-
fraining from n5e< iot,:.iinn. thr I.tett ";l
he had seen ti- M~1'1g lii. ,,it:itrf:l
with a susplticn.is waini'tl--'r of b.itg,.
leaving Oakihllv bl- the 10:34 tlr.lti th i
And I: his a-.. 'init *' '-h.-ll- dlid Dor
'!v i- fi t l tint *' l 'a-r:tl i' doo0 r ol
the Carlcton Mitri;li:.- iher'o in; I.: ui t
by ant olutwarll.y Iam .'ij; l lat IIt ;!a a.lt;

p 'irt' i n'l it, R '113,l l. 1111111 :' I
in ;ld Srliud:'. NlId r:s M, !ii \i. ..

Meris D a ri firll's 1 ia 1 1. i-,a l % ,!1 1-1. 1. -
at ho alle. "1 hey h al, I it' t' S i h [;hi i

tol (t' t l s l'i ld ti., v.t Ik -. i \': h 1 t"
M ,Co 'grt;i's hua;!lriew .-1: i, :'.- |.n: ; y h '..!
left no int^r.. ig... .\ i. tlic. O !i,'-..', .m *

tol rntey WHS ln tt 11 uim i!'', : '. I'- i:t
niid S;' ut 'tld:y. N.\ ; .M;r.' \i, -,'.ii -

iotld t s lnot Il si- 1Ie Ii i t,. h i i~ h
her uil.-trtl ? tl o So n!! I ,;'.- .'. .i '
Miss Dttll'Miil 31tlh *I' i,,In :*':| ,1_ i.i,
ir tcli" l;t l': t 11 in .- . :i '. a | i ir
c Vith e the uIst .iati, "i'- :i ;:l sMe s I- l j-
rynmle uglr'd, huit 'she ird not :!'i.-. fo:s
tea. ,ohrn Wnnteh- to sd et wn ; t it..''>
not t tell her ia o :s iwh:iit he :', *i-'.,:
of per'so ln t e rie o m i i.t ,,"- i I
sages tiaui. led t.ipl t .. a !ir to

in New York, but she never lha!l s ii a
golf tournament, and It wars *. t,!' r
rassing to face this caitn |,,. iren,.
butler lin the roc o- a -t- ---- ll. i, C,' I
*who hsid made a Uti! tal.e ilbo0!t h'r ?5i
vitatin. Anut tb, i there w:,s .'in.a.-r
IPer!; !ais -' inninI) : m'"* "'.! .' :

pinh!" ;i yh o n: <' n

you. !.,
SIte 'li .t 'l'd ,,U eit' '.I'I '- i ';;
and l:ickn t to t e .'t .i ina a *: > th'
teeth of ;n mi"i -. t. a-n'.x' i t mI,.
the girl w\'t.acilr'a! l: i i.; ,mii u .;i-
lalut at hIis shr n.ix nems in m;'-. "i'; .!g
the iisyx lo6o..;hta ,';l ni t .t...?:t I:,f' not tL ll-
ing aill hw k!->'w'
At tite f.p'it oiu-&' i or:'e 3!is-u io; -
rymipl!e dar'e' out t r ;s'<'u;l "'!!i'' m lo
ey pocket (,o)itai;ned t Ii nl"e. t o
subway tickets and n t.iy g 1.1 .Ilove

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iti er inap w ill Ie seni i-v ,Ilil to
StIv' addrlin's so. rcceit of th, p ife.

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and Yeat r Bvok) ............. 7ft
'I ,- FIa T'. U. & Citirenw, d; ily or 'o ,$
do Semi wee-kli, fotl1 55
: Scientific Ameriican' '' 3 .5o
Farmer arnd Fruit Grower .. 55
Florida Agriculturia '" ..i. 55
dc clublsof 5. elach .. -2 '
Farmi Joiurnal, P.lil.ad'a. mu. thly I 10
N.Y. World(thricea wevk)... 1 75
T'1he 0:.1nnil'pt.1 4 in. .... ... ... I.. 1 '5
The Qriterion .... .. ..... .... I ,0
F,"r an) oreither of Il- nbuva ptl'l ia-
lon-h i conilectiou v ith thle bUOY ad
ross all ordcr" to H I-. I3UOY.
-, PSt Andrew. Fla.

PILSPH,"D. LattE Thiompwin, Sup't
T"^f "t B~lJK For the Kidneys, Bladder fllnm ^ I PIEi F"L d auovy^ SuppQsory
and Rheumatism. h o PIAL L S .a ... PIL.t.-, l".wrttes: .,'I c14a__
RE1L EVES they do ai &wLu elam for tbem." Dr. Dr M. h r
RELIEVESu Rock, It Va., writes "h T ey give aiv l satis-
RELIsVES NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL, Safe surei lSedSa rsa,,'thn.'"1 D I. U. D. r ifl. C' kil-urr, Tino., writes:
f a tion Guaranteed or Money Refunded. Sent prepaid In ie or ss r -'a n o rearae d
for 1.00 per hr. W'ill a end them on rin-,to be tal -or m at your.'" Pa n a;1..1rl, Fr.
30 days' treatment for $1.00. Satisfactionhen relied. ples F I t nt L L i ASTiE b'L,
guaranteed or money refunded. A l,;n ILAB n-r- Rl hv I;
.s.ay by Dr. W G Mitchel

BoId b W-. C


Jid ;.a St. Andrew's BaI y Di', W di!ih. U Cs. F FOR FR SIMPPU

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"ad a chance to bite bi- lp Ip,.i',ore Ihe
spoke. without a trace of atlriis,,ent
iI hits tones.
"You've just missed a nitrfu oto town
and there wfll not be another for an
hour. I was Just about to telephone
for my brother's car. Please let me
take you back tor town that way. See.
the sun i; comnlng out."
Dorothy gripped her teinpty purse
and murmured, "I think I had bet-
"Go by ttitomobile, I thought you'd
agree with me," interrupted Jimmy
smoothly, and while Dorothy drew a
quick, amazed breath he picked up
the telephone transmitter.
The car was deep'in the gloom of
the Long Island ferryboat whent Dor-
othy, trying to break an eloquiwt si-
lence, murmured: "I don't see how l-
ever made a, mnita4tie about the date.
Carleton must have tmeant for me to
go with them to Sopthbampton Moth-
er ricser does c.itclef nn.'sagt"J over the
"Heaven bless herI for that and my
sudden whim for a .plet uight at
C'arlelfii's. Othernvi:-' there is no tell,
ing, but it is all rfght now, dear."
"Oh, Jimmy, plcase-those hurrid
,deck hands. Wat"-
"Not long. dear."
"No. only tfil we-are inside ottr
own parlor." replied Dorltby In her
old, misclidevous, te:iftug way, wtit
the result thnt Jlinmn' I'telt thai lie
really could, not wait, and what the
passing deck hand saw sefit !ia ott
his way grinning.

Crossing the Otean.
The following bits of eunversanffol
may be heard several thousaud times
each day:
"I think those people down in the
steerage have a mui.h better time than
we do. But don't they look just like so
many animals?"
"Don't tli>'.-e clouds over thereI look
Just like dland?"
"Somebody tlld we aren't f:ir from
an iceblrg. lbut I don't kton- w-whether
It's sb or not. You h'ar:l so Imnily false
repo:'ts on shiphbot'rd."
"a'I've you lmet theb ci ';,:l~:I yet? I
hope you dhiln't ask hlimi any foolai
'lni' ilht.'rn. poor nil' t.:"
'*N: I Ihaven't ., '~ n v r..ltrl ye.b. but
there ;t'ere lots of por:-I)ses around the
"\ho t- Ii t mrnn? I h:v'.'n't seen
hini before. lie ni ust hnve cime on
board :. in the uilht." (Always fun-
n y ) .. . .
TiId the postmnu bring you any-
StLl:,ig thl.s morning?" (Sure pf a howl.)
'Is thl.; your first trip to Europe?
My, but you have a treat in storer"-
Princeton Tiger.

Deeply Affectin3.
"And wben." said Mrs. Nuvoreesh.
"tb at Frl.n 'l phu.i auts cenme ly slng-
Ing the Mayonunise It was too deeply
to.uLinlng for words."-SSuecess Maga-
An Expert Larver.
Immn. X wi~ii..e to ilt' i',re a new but-
l'r "'You kno~w hbiw toi trv(" thP ta-
b:e nr:,l y,',I'illyv .i: n : ':,n c- rrxe well'*'

"'i.uA.Iit n ti ay '"e.i Hse r,,'- ml of it," he
r<-pi-i.-'i "r.l'lin oni tt I:M liTn t'- ye riirt

rpiij ut t'e ,1t'hit to in I -I'"'f unl, his bau t-.
-o-- ---
Ring's Little Liver Pills for .bilious-
ness, }-irik headache, muddy _rmplex-
iii. h 'y tone the liver; db nt ,rrilpe.
They keep you well. 25c. Sold bv W.
C. Holley & Co.

For Sale !
We offer for sale a strip front the
south side of t:e north 'half of 'the
northiv'st quarter of section 1(; town-
ship 4 south, range 14 w-st, running
flomn the 'shoil house to Watson bayou,
a:!jinining Millville on the 'oiith W'il be
s.,ld in ar-re, quarter, or !.all-acre lots.
The price asked will be a,-cordine to
pto(.linn. W A. EMMON" -'

.A '.l.\l' .F T. .-\NiAnI,\V (.'I Y
r'lt.) itial'..t'. ''' l | fl v l.i |t |i' an| ,
ho] wirKg all tho in r im! or,,l:tD
o .g'ano i[ (iis 40 g[.ii vli:i- iKic .iay

:'-t( in town. It covlr' al;liiiu t la:ur
I,,iles. of '. lii e, extl '!!,in' i ensI -
.iarii 'l'rntm 1)-r'i's P i;ir. t It, .-it1 .mi-
ilHOci.t Old St. A ndreu's, iitl, r. r-
rosponunding territory irlt.,!l. I 'ice
)n.i( D1Iliar, at the IG()OY Utoce.


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