Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00087
 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: June 9, 1904
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: VID00087
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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-'NE l, i01. NO. 12.


U. S. Senator-l.st district, S. R. Mal-
l,'y, l'eiPsacola; 2td District, J. I.
'J'aliii fero, Ja'k son v'ille.
U.epres-:ntatives-lst District, S. M.
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d District, R.
W. Davis, Palatka; 3d District, Win.
1 B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
Land Otice-R-egister. W. G. ltobln-
sun; Receiver, H. S. Chubb, (aiuces-
Btate--Goveruor, Wm. S. Jennings;
Secretary H. C. Crawford; Treas-
urer; W. V. Kr>,.tt, AtLorney-
Geneial. J -B Whitfield; Tallahassee;
Comptroller,' A. J. Crooe; Super-
Intendent of Public Instruction, W.
N. Sheats; Comutnissioner of Agri-
culture, B. E. McLin; Adjutant-
General, J. C. R. Foster, Tallahassee.
State Sen:itor, 5th 16ist'ict, Gen. Wim..
Miller.. o'uint W'ashington.
* Washington County-Representative,
SLambert M. Ware,; St. Andrewis;
S -y Judge J. R. Wells; Clerk of#
--,A r..L'.H.c- r .- ('Jrk Recorder of

' De 'ds V. (I .U. Luci.ey, ., .a-. ,... *i
S M,.I.K'!.. *.t. V ,,.;n; Deputy, C. H.
Ijn'; : ,''R, i. ' ,Hector, Jno. R.
T 1; '.' v ,,,,,ew; Treasurer,
u<,,: ; i -.rnon; Tax As-
ti >, .,"1 'V.1,naims, Chipley:
.".) .',- .-i .: , c., J-Ien t, I L P ratt,
?rn,- :..i \ey'tr, P. L. Horn, Or-
ange Hill; County Commissioners.
J. W. Cravey, Chu., Miller's Ferry;
A. W. Weeks, Duncan; John Nelson,
Chipley; J. L. Jackson, Clarksou;
W. I. Singletary, Millville.
St. Andlrews-Justice of the Peace,
John Sturrock; Notaries. W. A. Em-
mons, A. H. Brake; D)eputy Clerk
Circuit Court, W. A. Emmous;
School Directors, t(;. W. Surber, Sr.,
P. M. Grills, A. I1. Brake; Post mi.-
tresi, Zndie H. Ware.
Millville-Post master, Henry Bov as;
Justice ot the Peace, J. H. Dykes;
Constable, J. H. Daffin,
Parker-Postmaster, Martin G. Post;
Notrry' Public, \V. II. Parker.
Allanton-Postmaster, Andrew Allan.
Auderson-Postmaster, S. 'V. Anler-

Gey-Postmistiress, Mrs. R. Cay.
Tompkiu8--Postwaster, Emery 'Tomp-
Bayhead--Postmawter. 0. C. TomipkoS.
Cook--Post wastcr, J. J. Fowler.
Wetapp,> -A'ostLmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
West Bay--Postinaster, "'.A. Holly.
Calhoun County (Cr'imauton--Postmas-
ter Frank W. Hoskinis.
Farzidale-Pi'ostma-ter, W. F. Wood

The northei-rn nmails, via, Anderson,
Gay, Bay Head ail Chipley d-parts
ev*,ry day except Sunday at 3r:01
o'clock a. iii., a'-ries (\eiy (lday ex
(ept Sunday at 7:15 p. inu.
East Bay mail forHa-risonI, NMlllville,
Cromantoil, Parlfer, Pilt.tslurg, Cook,
Farnidale and \\etappo leaves St.
Andrews every lini-'niig cxepit Suu
day a(1 o 3 flul.k, dai -t, coiuing -wct
at 7 o(lock I. ".

Baptist-Cburch Wyoming ave. front-
ing Park St. Services at 11 a. rm. and
7:30 p. m. Conferences at night.
Prayer meetings every Wednesday at
8 p. in. Sunday School every Sunday
S at 10 a. in.
Methodist Episcopal-Church Wasti
ington ave. and Chestnut st, Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday. Rev. L
J. Braawell, patsor.
Presbyterian- (. church corner Loraine
Ave. and Drake St, Rev. 0. C. Dol-
phy, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. every Sunday, John Stur-
tock, Supt.
Catholic-Churebh corner Wyomning
Ave. and Foster St.
-Rev. Gilbert has mad, the follow-
ing appointments: Will be at Millville.
Saturday before the first Sunday at
7:30 p. m. and the -first Sunday at 11
a. m.; at Parker at 3 o. m.; at Britton &
,MMcCounell's at 7:30 p m.; at Gay's, the
second Sunday. at 11 Ia. m.; at St. An-
drew at 3 p.m., at Nixon, the third
Sunday at 11 a. m'; at Spann's at3 p. m.:
* at Tompkins the fourth Sunday at 11
a;: mut.: at Sulphur Sprin,,.,_ at 3 p. im.

Parker Lodge No. 142
A JF. <& C A .*M
Regular Cou nuni-
/ !' cat.lons on the first
^S^.-^^^ .rtt,' 'iil Salur-la)
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*W A L 1!;-1"'"- *...-,*;'*..-.,.r


Attorney at Law,
S \ S Vernon, Fla.

p--. ... -" -- .V. A. jS ,.l W TT -
Deputy Circuit Court CCler-k and Notary
Public for the State at Large; hias
Jurisdiction tof'd-qi.uisiter oaths, take
affidavits, legalize acknowledg-
ments, etc., anywhere In Florida.
Special attention give to land con-
veyances and marriage ceremony per-
formed for lawfully qualified parties.
Office at the Buoy Otice, St. Audrews

One Dlollr,1 a Year. in AdaMnIe.

entered Sept 3. 1912i1, at t. Andret',
FIa., as seco1 cilase i"Jat(em icntler
Ati out Congress of March 3, I.^'.

1' i tOV PR l E T( I{.

Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
month. Position and extraordinary
condition rates subject to special
''Loal Drift,".',- per line, first inser-
tion: 24c each subsequent. D)it|lay
locals double above rates.

If this paragraph is checked wit-h a,
bluo pencil it is a reminder that yor'
,""1C id Tp rI! V *

or three te;xtr;a nlumbelrs will be -icsent
you that no break may occurs should
.ou choose to renew.

"Tile Rose ad(i a KIs,."
A bloomiwIe rose
Peacefully roa
OUt, Hear Ilhe arden gate;
That rose eo rare,
So II ile ,( fair,
I'll bring,.to my dear K'ltte.

ThIut rose I'll kis.s
\k itb lovt--l ke hlik-,
I kno.v -,lie %ill tl.so;
Her Il., .so pink,
I'd ne\er think
T''o ki kz.- ',in u you, k)w

So in this w';v
(I feel IK,.i t av)
I kiss h.2r indiieit;
Til W 3' it' -)' real,
I Jtlid.oie feel
It luna it.', own efft-ct.

lT-, chiek .-o fair,
M\l- ljcir ill shlaire,
Plain e.l, ciay hio.w tme this
Th'tat ro.-e. <>,- ,-iy
\V, 'll ,.'a~t awa.y--
In a true tylt we'll kiss.
-J,,hu 1. Beekm:uni.
Air.v, Fairy <.cell.

Like an an--el .,he sings, like a fair,-
Sie dancel,
.\Ald 'lie leai-L. of mei, woeen aUnd
child i' et trainl- es..

A joyou-,, da, niini ingil, fatiry
' Is charmin- ('ccii, brimIlt anl air.y--
A.Id \ ,)"Ien :.he 'a,.- in *Ba'b)y Mi ne,"
W liie ,J.itiitie.-t of f.-et ko'-p time-
An d 'I heti h,;' Wv:tft. h'ir-lswq c..-t,.q L kisstn.
Ec'stati.c imti In ,li hi iii ses-
E'en women say that "she's a daisy!"
No wonder that the men go crazy;
F'or Cecil's lovely, she's divine-
A singing sylpli in "Baby Mine,"
-James Pogtou, ,in Brooklyn Eaffle.

If evidtice awi -. eededl to prove
that thlie "'P itnari-y System" is a delu-
sion aind t'snare and contrary to tlhe
best it, teesits ol the dletmou-atic part,
Spleunt) ol' il has accumulated during
ilie catiup>ign jut closed. One has
out to glance thri-ough the columns ol
_time tiew.ipapeis frioat all sections ol1
,he state to see lhu(v democrats have
been "hashed," tom- to atoms, amd
their shortcomings, either real or fai,
,led cnlargael uponl ultil every candi-
late has been proved to be the great-
est rascal outside the penitentiary.
If it is claimed that this chewingn"

o1 even pretended democrats %ill be
productive of good to the party, the
Buoy fails to see it that way. It is
hardly likely that the allegiance of
thlie defeated candidates to thie timne-
hliu1lied principles of democracy will
e'.! btreiigtheiiedi by it. It ii bad
toougli ithat it sometimes becomes
uecessaly to tight republicans and
ptopulists with such weapons, but
whbet we have to turn them, even
uponI the doubtful members of our
ownl party the cuiisequenues can but
be damaging Lu the cause.
The eiminary is the denmogognu's
-MeT[ght, because it fuitiiilie hium with
opportinuities lo.- munud-slinging ihnch
he would tnevecr be permitted to exer-
cise ill a couveution.

Give us back thie good old-fashion-
4tI cuuvetltio i!-tlie soouor tlihe bet-
tei foui the ruioe of democracy.
& 040 4-------

eil to hIaul away tle l'nit cil, which
%%as 1 ieer long, Tlhe la t limb As
Sa (eet i omu tlhe giounid1. TliC tree
coiItainied 1 25,000 feet of lirit-clas.
lumt l,r, tlu. oL- it useful as v uen er-
ug, amid its value was $1-.5UO. l'Ieh
migic tree was wo tli monre tliha the
entire :iouilitaiii farmn Ul,,; which it
atotnd.--< 'ottut ry I.jetntlenia.'.

Mrs. Van Vorst's


..Oopyright, 10M. by T. C. fi

with a friendly smile and entel
wN, Lfon.
Costollo followed to act as gua
gong clanged, the horses star
with a dash, and the assenblem
boys scattered, their show being
"Faith and I'd like to know w
mean by stalln' a handkerchi.
Costello after the story had bal
"Bill Page.nirvver saw the 14<
the station in his Itfe for anntbi
a dhrnnk. Why. you're" honM
a barrel of good whisky." e
"D!dn't I make a pretty hB
of It?" Page said evasively..
"Ye made the quarest stale I
acqutaintance. After takin' o
In announcin' to the lady,...
ha-ndkerehlef was to ytcfr u-
sits pacefully down to wait
ow and a ftire-
side ye. Did ye tblnkc y|
an umbrella before vent
I .the Inclemency?" .B

tempered ly. An four
housed in the station.

It was an astonishment to eve.
who knew him when It was ta p
he had been stealing. He ha6Q ee
known to the police for a long Qpe
a toper, but no one dreamed tf't be
had any vice more serious than ',love
for the bottle. He bad paid th p,1en-
*ty of being found drunk a n iler
6f times and was known to the torte
as a thoroughly good fellow ben
sober. Judge Marvin had glveupinrr a
long sentence the last time. ho'; g to
work reform, and he had eLa arod
himself to everybody about the Jail,
Where he was intrusted with the care
of the flower beds.
The formnalith-s of another sentence
passed quickly. Page was strangely
cheerful about it all. Judge ,aarvin
:eprimandcd 1-ui s,'erely, .all tle time
feeling that his 4wori., miade no Im
sessionon, for tlih mrin iseiLavd well lon-
.ent with his ,lo;. An,l j-ot lIe \.,'t.-: n.t
In LeA -d of slihier. iPs ;11r.' ,.1 inl.. wo
'3eek p'rrosL Ile wan-i ev;nir-.y isber.
and inve.tigat;;:u -.\-.-t.i i -il. I,' hI-Ad
;.e; 1 up a %-i! i.:.hl h .i '.,n f'r a
.)etty o( ,..i ;e, the t1,eft of at,' irii'le
h:i t 1n ;.< 1t L'; '. In', i ; ;t1 .l '-., .- hi iu.
Tihe Jail i .,i '< ci ,..r';ii d I) ,.e;, ; ,in:t;
ul Pie iLioI'. i :' at.-i ,..! 1. n ,.',,,ii
n Lis njlirt-ir- :iii ..!Yv iiei..y to
o, ,c" i:,f Lb s Itld It i ,'- r'iI,'',.
l .3s s ll ; -I I ,. r-. l :. r,! i1 '-' -i ,.'4:-
;anrec ov:--r l.hi.. i l ili,; i. I e P'.?s- l iiet
'.tnle orld.' '.- [-i:"l-.i |'r c ; a i-,'.r, .u l; t
Lie a i :' i o .l,'-] I, L !,.' .,i. -
""VI'ly ,,' yoil gi -, i., n1 y ,,M j ,ii.
ir?" Le 'Ke.d an!Ii',i'i-ly.
"-'li. h- i l 10 a h e l1.:- ,-r e.,',- dihi ]',t
yo',n? 'Thlt's so. \\ :'nmt Ilh,'i zgain.
do Votl "."
"U ih. p r," -Ir," ]'-.+o r !." L's
face i-- euce.r ri. a cL;il.-s.
Next d ,ii lcn.] lii, ,''at In th!e sun.
Shine, Isl i.'.r., niicil tro\', (i itt lmucl.
Thi, tioiwer hoeds ta'r,-in V, S t
bui Ill' na wiit.-h w? i -, I F.,
lIt n i-,i' thie il. 1'.,,'e : ; ;lri:i h -il fhis
work nw-r.- ing t h t ih o lt .- s in af L lT rd-vi' i'it' l,;li-
noer. At e\"ry A,' nn- Ihe rvt- rlI'il.
A li-iht stcIi ( t:1.i1e lie >i "-' ;'ilk. T';I:'-'
Jltrnp ilI to.i 's I Vt. A.Its le le('CP.I ;i 'td
thle s-lidn of it.
I',lly!" I e Cc ied.1 ind ,"*e'.cl ;
bandls Ite li'-.
.Joy 0 l3'n soroi-t nm inf lu l In lirI F:!,'e.
"Oh, I !II. yI- ii'rr lIre 'i fit -r .vri 7: sw re
to ie' y0C'l'd iI.",'rT ,;:,l,, a, :,. ": ;.e
lntven't tme-h-'o.i a ,lRrol,. Ir,-,ly."
he n i !ercd. ::: is, ii worls r.+ :r;we.
"It wis foir sfteh, i'I'' I'he -c-l.d c l: i uIy
'*St^Ml lirt'' she l it.-i d i in h'r-['T".
"Ye" -d,.'t y',. -c.- ;'om l,.ni6 t '>t('al.
I took the li-,IA. -.rL _',- ;-,:l] .i;--'c it
r'ght l'::(-k al i Ig:tve Mrs. V\, Vorst


.hlg1itd he man, t.
She laid on the table the pretty sil-
ver police whistle with the satisfaction
of having utiedl it to good purpose.
Then she stood back complacently to
view thle result.
A straiinge group was gathered In her
dainty dressing room. In the midst of
Its gilt and whiteness and laclness, its
filmyr curtains and tinted satin up-
holsteries, stood two I)mily policemen
gripping her butler. Three frightened
ma(1s huddled In the doorway, too
much tc'rrided to coaie In and too
curious to go.
"So ye found him tinkerin' with a
drawer, did ye, nmun?" asked one of
the officers.
"I found the drawer open, and he was
just putting the lace handkerchief into
his pocket," replied Mrs. Van Vorst,
Indicating nn open drawer of the dress-
er with a sweeooping oratorical gesture,
for she had a ko'u liking for the dra-
matic, and this situation appealed to
her. Sheo was no coward, and there
was something delightful in having
entered her room to find a burglar,
even though her own familiar butler,
there before her. 1'erhaps the affair
was more pleasing In that he hod b,,en
such an oddly mild and obliging bur-
"I camenio to my room only a short
time ago," she went on, "and as I
entered the door I heard the sound of
a soft stop. I thought that Fifine had
come In before me. Strangely enough,
I did not even glance up at first, but
stopped there by the door to arrange
those orchids. While I was bending
above then a voice spoke. Imagine
my start when I henrd a man's voice
saying. '1 have stolen your handker-
chief.' I rpr-essd a scream and look-
ed up to recognize In this creature the
man whonim 1 have lately employed as
my servant."
SThe man stood quietly before her
while she went on with her stoTry.
The policemen kept a wary eye ulupon
him, but relaxed their grip as they saw
his submission.
"What came next on the programme.
mum ?" the officer pursued.
"I cried 'Base wretch!' and seized
the whistle that summoned you. lie
made no reply to me, but sat down
calmly aS if waiting to be arrested."
"And, faith, what did he do with the
handkerchief ?"
"He was putting it into his pocket at
the time he called my attention."
"Which onel"
"The right waistcoat pocket."
Two great hands of the law prepared
to search.
The man spoke gently. "Don't trou-
ble, gentlemen," he said. "I can get It
for you easier." One of his hands was
freed, and he produced an exquisite
handkerchief of cobweblike lace. "And
there's another thing I want to do."
He started to reach for a hip pocket-
when a rough hand stopped his.
"None o' that," snarled the officer.
"Then I'll thank you to reach In that
pocket for me, sir."
The policeman did so. There was no
revolver in it. He gave a grunt of
"It's the money I'd like to have you
get out, sir. I ain't armed. Please give
Mrs. Van Vorst $5. That'll pay for the
little perfumery bottle I Just broke
while I was getting the handkerchief."
Mrs. Van Vorst stared in astonish-
ment. Page was very unlike the bur-
glars of storied fame. You do not look
for courtesy from the man who robs
you, and she felt for the first time In
her life ill at ease. She was supposed
to be mistress of any situation. Her
own butler, a common thief, was baf-
fling her.
The policeman took five Jingling dol
'acr, ^,,yrL *jjgt ^.AJ^-_ 1ret and_ aid_
them on the table.
"Sure, and it's a polite burglar he is,
mum," said he. "The Judge '11 give him
a chance to show his manners at an
early date. We'll trouble ye no more
now, mum. Good avenin' to ye."
As the officers marched their victim
from the room he turned and spoke to
Mrs. Van Vorst.

Meventin day or itte i'st rstiiit U. if ii
mile swallows evn ond itrni female
fourteen red bINeans. they will be free
from sickness ull their ]veo.s; If (ono
Ibatheb at the hour of fite tenth day his teeth will l._-.,iiie hard.
A child begotten in the father's forty-
third year is supposed to be posse.ised
of the devil. When sui a 'i n bild
about one month old It is tber'efre
exposed for about three hours in'sonme
sacred place. Some Lnmenbr of tlIp
family then goes to get it and, bring
lug It to the parents, i;i.ys. "]his is a
child whom I have found and whorru
you had better take indi brin. up.'
This, having fooled the devil, tlie par
emts receive their own ohild back."


I. the Spring

T/ By ". S. BSVkARiSON C
0 .. C
S ...Copyright. 1),11. ll. T. ''. ir '...

SNorth Glisco< w hli.'l ,ev,.,r t:ik':e .i
I1 l,'arviha seriou-,iy in,. r LI ,.I. 1 l,,.r
Stake life seriousvy ys t t,, 1 ,,i
btn a lingerlug hope in t1e ll- in'l. 1'I
tlh gossips Ithat l Li',.-n It c.iin'- LJ itle
question of miatrii:lny tL' ireti. y
daughter of the big mill owVner miigl;!
be eiinsihle for once.
But, then, North dlascow didi not un-
derstand Mabel. and Mabel care l ['rc-
clouslittle w ,bthfr it did or not. SIi-
did imt feel called upon to ,iteill h,.r
daily lite nor analyze her nitives3 for
the edification 'of town gossiip-'. That
was why the sharp touguied vumeOn (of
the ninumfacturing town di1.l1 nLIt know
that wbhen Mabel ywent tearing throighli
the main stre,-t on her little marn' or
trotted past in her dogcart she wnis
pretty sure to drop int') her father's
dingy office with a kiss rind ai merry
greeting. Nor could they dream that
the youngc girl who danced when op-
portunity offered until almost morning
tripped downstairs in the most beo.
witching negligees to pour her fa-
ther's coffee and smiled sleepily, but
good humioredly, across the table at
him. What they d(lid hew was that
Mabel lay ileil till 11 o'clock (which
was quite true, for she went directly
back to bed when her father had driv-
en away i ind sent to Boston for wrap,
pers and coffee jackets of laco-and
stlk, such aO.SDno respectable, hardwork-
ing woman in all North Glascow ever
dreamed of wearing. They did not
dream either that sbhe wore cherry rib-
bons in those same niegligees, when she
loved blue best. Just because her ador-
ing father had once remarked that red
was the only color in the rainbow
worth considering.
-"At reguklr- intervals what was known
as tihe soi:la:l set o(f Glascow went In Its
best array and as many carriages as
the towu could support to be entertain-
ed In state at thle mill owner's brick
and stone pile on the hill and came
away to discourse on the shocking
waste of electricity, the absurdly mas-
sive decorations of American Beauty
roses, the dreadful expense of a ca-
terer from Boston when Miss Louise
Crocker could have managed the whole
thing for half the price. And Mabel's
gowni The brocade had surely come
from Paris, and it was too elaborately
trimmed for so young a girl. Well, it
was a pity that Mrs. Farnham'bad not
lived to steady down this frolicsome
daughter and keep a restraining hand
on the household expenses of Donald
Farnha n.
Little they knew how -hateful the dis-
play was to Mabel. how she longed
sometimes to close down the house,
.with its gilt furniture and plush hang-
ings, and to Join some of the girls she
had met at college in their trips abroad,
where the world was old -and rich in
art and book lore. But this was her
father's life, the life for which he had
longed In those early days when her
pinafores were short and his working
hours long. He was master of North

Glascow today, and he reveled in his
sense of greatness and power.
It was Just when Mabel was hunger-
ing for a broader life, when North
Glascow seemed unbearably narrow
and when she had dazed its gossips by
some particularly unconventional frol-
ics that Harold Barndt came into their
For reasons not stated the elder
Barndt wished his son well out of New
York, for the winter at least. One of
them was a certain pretty chorus girl
who had settled herself in a little flat
unpleasantly close to the great apart-
m'oaat-house wherein dwelt the Barndt
1jfithy. 'Ir. Farnham was indebted-
or imagined he was-to Mr. Barndt,
and a position for the younger Barndt
was made somehow on the clerical
staff at the millS. And quite as nat-
urally young Barndt made for himself
a place In the Faruham home. 'Twas
the only fit place in the town, he ex-
plained to himself.

Zflo n' m iti 11:li' .,i n"--F rn. lie nleaint,
whlin lie hi.d ainlm Inla te-d money
enoiiugi. to m.iarry Mabel Into a family
wvit II blr, l.
Mabel had never talRn Jimmy's de-
votion seriously until young Barndt ap-
peared on the scene. Then something
in the nilsery which she read In the
ftar of h-i long devoted and much
'ried admirer appealed to her more
womanly nature, and. though North
hlitscow never dreamed of it. Mabel
u-was really thinking deeply of the fu-
u re.
"aTttl"r c'imrc- to a hend'on Hallow-
..r, uight. With uyoug Bairndt at her
'Idle. MlI(.-il had driven through the
,ri-p ittit nn aid to the ,Halloween
!" tN- yrtle Gra Ia 's home.
iBnm'is ro-.s were fastened under her
clf'ak, and on the table at home the
'*eJx of b'mitns ln he lind rderied sent to
:;er e-UIJ -9titurday lay unopened. He
!!mil ljim:.;(l i-.tr inLo the carriage, but
*\' w tie a':'i.k- l 'eIk i '1,1 y. --

Whnt to nuIt W1iI (hi V t'lbnrc.
A mun' who Ims forgotten to get mar-
*ie1 and Ii: com4,aqenrtly obliged to dine
nbout tov,-n in various restatmrants says
(hat he 'jun ,-a tlly pick out persons
not a' -cust(oo'.'( t' dining away from
borne from their ili :,.t'4ihlr'-re In usln2
their fingers. At tabli, d'bote place
.spe.-iualy thiaix t' .' vatr is courses
wiheli i-re e.tpe<:t.l to bh' Ienl'lri with
the liung-Prs. No i right tau be obtHinel fruir. thie waiters,
for It Is the custom to put cutlemy
eu)iighi for the entire meni on the tailte
with tb-e soup.
Olives sboN'l le on ten wtl'b the fin-
gers. ll oiir;i ii am;:y of r.li uninitlnatd
try to zp:iT 1U,,,I \w-ithi : Ifork. Aapura-
SgusI .- ,l: ti. %, aten wit'li .tihe tinlgprd.
'l'iIt -is w"l' flie cook dfpmu ijnt throw
aI.ice over the root ends. t(reen corn
should [,;> eten within the Lin uers and
imt s'm-:tiper rmorn the cob wirth a knift,
Spu-ghtiiti slhoulii be eaten vlth a forfe
and ia crust of tibr-.ad. Ia Itliann rms-
-J[- d.. + iL Mum-- r iL ij' ', l ..- .1, 1lja lM.

Sinto .*i -
out~ider -.,.v ork 'r, s.*

The J'e et c1i.
The home of tl,' p,'.,;nit, or grom.td
pea (also often ciall',l ilIlurr a.m1 gooa-
ber), is believed 1o be B;razil. altougtb
It very soon '.pr,,ud to Africa. Cbhinm,.
lapan and India and was recognized
as a valuable agri-tiltural product tp
these countries long before ft was (i -( i-
tivated on a large scale In its native
soil, which was not rWt)t tbe year 1870,
In !tbe old world, however. It hais al-
Ways been planted and hurvested for
the sake of the oil that It yields. Thia
is said to rival olive oil in quality ,and .
to be used for the sanpe ;-i::p-.-..s. The
nuts r'ailsd tn the eost areP fCr richer
In oil than the Americatin variiltls.
The most popular of the Atuerielnf
peanuts is the "Virginia runziug vn'
ety." The pod andput of the Virginta
variety At're twice as large its those of
the North Carolita or African peanut,
The Spanish nuts, uual.ly sold only
after being shelled and saltitl. a'r still
smaller, but of excellent flavor. Ten-
nessee has two varieties, called the,
white and the red, the k,,rt-ela of th
latter having a dark rod skin.

The Girl of the Netherlands.
The Dutch girl does not enjoy any-
thing like the amount of freeioa
granted to her English or Amerfcalu
Sister. She is -a very carefully chap-
eroned young person, and when she
goes to the theater it is with her elders,
not merely with a friend or two of helt
own age. At the dances she attends,,
songs, recitations and music for the
entertainment of the, elders form ,a
part of the regular programme, and the
chaperons sit at tables socially enjoy-
ing their coffee or other refreshments.
while the .oung folk glide over the
waxed floor to the stpains of the latest
waltz. nitcb maidens have to make
the best of their opportunities of
amusement, for when It pleases their
parents to seok the quiet of home they
*must meekly ac-omnpany them. In
their country the Idea of a girl being
unchaperoned at a dance Is not to be
thought of-at any rate, not yet.-Ex-

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the i:eimnly to I',jy f'r the
I'rokl (]-t A.i it. 1 hI;., i ti ru- n tI
['PolIly. I coimle.nl't ,.n.,.v a.vay f
iny lo)nger- Ain't y(m griad to
little gir-i'."'
"I don't knnrv,-," s'io sa1. pf
".N,'Xw w'li 1 e I.-ri' toic''
like \ie -u-.t, to be .C1hen we
to luo\vu- fr-- c]: -:'tie-r. V,. ::n c
,tLe-r e\-v'r.. .',',v ILut *I y'.tui E-,*..t
il:;''(." ,ilIYV a uW'11 f t- tli.h
-:e((' e 1 'ci ciher whi%,II yu hi
w.l. tor I'v- got tCe fl,'PA-
,Ig hln. A ,il I've rI r i-f,,rn ]l sl
an -iKed to ic-:- .-in't Io-J ,). Polly. on i yw h ,ui.ir I ,!n't -!'
ve I.,-. ,it I, !,e :rs d:-.tai-r -m -
:111i < ,;'i l Il i'r P.t'-.', :i i n,:,tl !
,W '(r litt! (,I rl. 'cdu-ce yIur m
',i.', er io st.ii rvirn' ta;i in.
imiit. Poilv. I !e-rt her plenty
1y. A nil ict '11 hi v,-P rtinlt lint
lie gr.,7.n in fr-nt. ,i1ne we'll
to bept the han -o 'a lt. lItt ., girl-there. thor
.An',li her tears found refti.
,h.','ld.cr. '

F'ir a- ',l h'r head from ih
'ier for .i moimlent.
"'r)D)o you believe lhat exercli.
tions and toilet prepnranionk
prove a woman's looks?" she
lie pressed her blond curls 1)
his chest.
"They couldn't Improve the
Ro-m p w1a nnr / h-i a n 1

ict'.e I
.iu you
ie- mne,

r just
r't got

' We'll
*o ym',ir
r beds
,(P Yo11
* l f',:l.
" .mi ,,ge,
.ither 'Ul
e'si all
if n)ih-
i,' with
o long
on bis

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"t1M s0 It c .... . .-.. .
tur'bl a Ibore, don't ,you know. I suppose
we shall bob for apples and ruin our
-lothes, a-nd come home deucedly lired.
['d much rather have the evening at
ieme, -with you at the piano and the
.an pigiht f iiiig on your hair."
Mabel smiled in the dark. Would
he always be satisfied with that do-
mestic picture? she wondered.
"Now, each girl must walk down to
the spring, quite tlone, and look into
it for the face of her husband to be,"
announced iltbe hostess in thq tonos of
an oracle. She held up a white fasci-
nator, for the night was cool, and Ma-
bel's !s,,,!n:l 'wa "I ho,, yon are not going to endan-
ger your beailth by such nonsense."
Ma b-l ttr-ned to look luto young
Barvzudlt's scowling face. He had been
greatly hbor'4t. as he had predicted, and
this wavs the' last straw iu his load of
"I thoCht yonu had too much sense
to be supersttit(ous.."
"1'erhHpe-," answered ,Mabel, with an
odd Iiu-lhi. And then she was gone.
Whilo tIn' merry party awaited her re-
turn MrAhil-1 w s -'dl slowly through the
moonlit g::rden to the spring. She
wai S thinking of tcni both-Jimmy
Crawford, who, though the life of the
party, hadl seemed somehow to be
wa-tching her till the evening, and
Btirrndt. with his,polished rmanners and
his oulky eyps. Then she bent over
the spring iand smiled. She had felt
It 0ll along--that his face would look
over her shoulder and their reflections
'would be side by side.
"It was dreidfully silly, Jimmy," she
snil softly as'tloy walked slowly back
to t1- hou1N. "And you iui t't atthink
thmt it is just because I trusted my de-
cision to a foolish superstition., -But
ii'rS }.-,c Ill-' il, little thl ih't ,e iunke up
-.,r i+ *, -. :,t 1i-,:.. thle "y o kIt"" a womann
ppiy. i'ot r 'en" .ehi delicately re-
rai;,i.l fr-u. ii,.-PliIcniiig -Barndt-
,-"would thve stayed in the house and
let mue look into the empty pool. And
I w:nt '.0nc w"ho understands me,
who thiinks I've been thinking for other people so
Jinmmy held her trembling hand tight
in his big. s trong one.
"I think I iTnder'stand. dear."
"I know you do," she whispered soft-
ly. "I've known it for ever so long,
only I coud n't multe"-"
An1 fd amrin lie put his seal on the un-
certain words. But all North Glascow
thinks to this day that it was Just be-
cause of the IIallowe'.en superstition
that Mahel a.cepted Jimmy and fought
the good fight against her father's
pride and disappointment. /

Forcing the Condnctor'g Hand.
A woman in a Lexington avenue car
who handed a conductor 25 cents from
which to take two fares was passed a
nickel and ten pennies. '.
"P-lease give me something else in-
stead of these pennies." she said. "I
have not room for them in my smtnall
"Thit's good money," retorted the
.conductor brusquely.
"I am aware of that," continued the
woman, "but it is as good to you as to
me. You have more room in your
overcoat- pocket than I have in my
The conductor said nothing, but Be
did not take back +the pennies. Two
women who had boarded the car in
time to hear the conversation looked
commiseratlngly at their sister in di*-
"Here!" exclaimed one of them, lean-
ing toward her and.proffering a dime.
"Please give mer your ten pennies.'"
The exchange was rra-,cie; and, drop-
ping the ten pennies into the open palm
of the conductor, she smiled with se-
raphic sweetness and said, "Two!"
The conductor looked thoughtful as
he walked to the piatform.-NeW York
Innocent A-vioe.
"Now, Mr. Dickson," urged Mrs.


Al IM'




The lnefal Sunflower.
It is a common joke to call inferior
cigars "cabbage leaves," but, aa a mat-
ter of fact, some very good "weeds" arO?
made from the(- leaves of the sunflower.
Th,.' lea -o' can as0o.be smoked In the'
place of tobacco,-Tdinirtg quite a pnss..- ,
ble subititute.
The Htallks and leaves mnke excellent
food for var'itou: anim,.il, while tlie for-
mer ( flower c'ike is ra(e fr'yfi lTi seeds of
this useful planet it tr the oil hasa been
extracted, this oil being very nearly
equal to olive oil a'nd td',1I in cooklng;-
The seeds not only serve as food for
cattle; they are inwei-4,l atd kneaded
into bread by tTi> poop'aa:n- s of (ccr
tain part- of Russia, nud thpy find It
very palatablh.
PIotnsh is obtained fi-omn the ash of
the stalks. The proportion is about
one-third of r.o"h' h to'the total ash-
left after bri-ning. A yellow 'dye IsW
made from the flower of the phint, TT.
fiber can be worked into a silk mate-
When Two Rainbows Ar. *Iefl
When two rainbows are sometimes
seen at once, one outside the other, the
inner or primary bow, as it ia called,
Is always the brighter, and the red
band of color is always on its outside.
The outer or secondary bow is much
fainter in color, and the red band is
always on Its Inside. This to because
in the primary bow the sun's rays are
only reflected once, while in the see-
ondisry how they arre-reflected-twIc.
which makes them fainter in color and
turns them upside down. In one rain-
bow rwe see the rays of the sun enter-
ing the raindrops at the top and re-
flected to the eye from the bottom.
while in the other we see the rays en-
tering the raindrops at the bottom and
reflected from the top, whence they
reach the eva


S-It will take something more than
an 'edict from' thn Chipley Banner to
,I read the editor of the Buoy out of the
~~Si"mocratic party.
s --Take your green, salted Aligator
'W Skins to N. W. P'itts at Pittsburg on
iast Bay and get tb3 highest market
....... pricet. for thom.
Blank Warranty Deeds, short storm,
-" printeQ on good linen paper, 25c per
N'od.-let must hl reremhered that t1e dozen also lank receipt tabg-100 re-
*itUd is not whollv reliaMe rnotivje p 'w-
or anat if the qailri a<,,mtn.trme find it ir- teipts in a block, 10c each, at the Buoy
poS1ti#e to mahk hedtie tlme itni-nt he tti,',.
,-"argcd tethe elements; they do the Ilegt .-]. Godard, at his ice cream uparlor,
they Catr. i ... ..* f l ..... ,,, >-n io,, ,v i ,htter. than

The schr. Cleopatra sailed for Pen-
xacola Moudav evening. Nelson Al-
exander took Mr. Brainiard's place as
mate for the t ip.
The atr. Tarpon arrived fr,.mn Car-
rabolle and Apalachlicola on time,
Friday afternoon and from Mobile
and Pensacola at 10:40 a. in. yester-
The schri. ltlcv 1. failed for- Pen-
eacola Monday afternoon with a car-
go of naval toess from North Ba
ca U;.H.

PAt'R:IA Siv N;
MINIea iegmilttr tris ltetweezj St. An-
fhews Bar aird Penii,,c,,j v hAbiulems con-
fited strictly to freight tjj asea~j
work and loealbuosiniess eoliicited,8
ciftl attentiorn will be give,, to recei ri it
and for~ardifig freight fur all par~it-*
Fo*r further pttrtie 'Oars app~ly to
~. I is Iowner, f'ittshurig, Fla~.

L, F )t j7)a RjI INIA 6.1,L -
tieAV'O St. Anridt 's t ;tvevery 'i ieeifiti
Il( itV iq IPen 8 K(. t'da 0Ve .e*Y Fida',
Aweattl~eipeli nittiuIKg peuihl atterjl
tion wiltlIbe gireni to receiving and
forwarding freight for nartieolIking on.
Eftit ard Nuitti Bay- 'aesengerg for
points oin either arm oif tt lo1m iar "
deperi4 upolni secu-TIng Prompt to a4--
PortatiltII -At reasitOdjt~e rute". lo r
fonrtbe i into rwiation a ppl% to

N "IPH I A 1.A U N C H

L A. I f RA
(Irrjieb t heE.tmtBv BIy .'tuii between St.
A ijd rr vs P B1a v', 'Aetappjil atid in te rtn di-
tte p'dnrilio. ~uve 5. Aindiews daily
I e x ,e pr S irui idav ) a t 6 .01 t r i i. ;aI.r-i %e "a
IWettapp4, at k 2:J4D p. m .; bae Wettappr,
at 1 'fi,00P. mi., arri 'es at St. A ndrd-ws at
7!'30 P. ~. m.1 itk V S Ia I IIIiditg S zegulrly N a- Rt
fWarri.o, ,n (runo, gttjy,, krk t'r, PittIs-
Yuarr, aioi arimriAbe Freight landed at
-TI AnItostfij cc % h arf. F'u r pse rig'er anid
efrght rzaten#, See ta"(0 card ill, the Set -

refollowing tai~le gives tle insxi-
rutlfiuniumm aniard mean teipe-ra-
turs,. the, raitifall tand direction of th~e
w~Ind, for the twelit."-our- hours ending,
At 7 ,%4U*.k. Itri-i. as indic-ated Tby U. S.



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lafiwt.- in In- Of the bir*s ui lmor''ti'*' t'.' ?,hie
jays have rLc rift i ,t-]'P-., fle .
And thpy are thte iiost rtnoir -;. (ii ,' -
lug it, although crows will hoill 1i close
S.cond pl)c.1 ifz not tfliry tit.y eIfk al.
Hlow HIc jays scr,,rth-l ttI and, whi,led
and *ounds of jaydomn-n":r' .y home!
l!ore til,:n a dozen dartedd! into a Mnall
evergrein tree came from e-.v'ral Jmouses ini the vic'in-
Ity, all curious to know what was the
matter with the birds. It seemnied to
be'a "want to know" on both sides.
The jays haid discovered a cat walking
meekly along by the fence in the low
abshrubbery near and uundler the spruce
tree. There was no nest in the vicinity,
and, so far as could be ascertained, the
cat bad not attacked the jays. But
what a pandemonium of jay jargon
over one meek looking, quiet cat! The
jays outdid themselves and called out
early all the occupants of the many
houes on that street--St Nicholas.

6bambrlaftn's Stomach and Liver Tab-
ts. Brtea Qaa a Doctor's Prescrip-
h->. ,. W,.Tw'rnor,. of Truhart, Va, says
hiat Chaitberlan's Stonisecb a.id Liver
Tablets have duno Mira iore good. than
an-thiumg hA eo uld get from the doteor. If
a-'s ptiy ~.' iAni i-a this *'i'-..r t wa able to
et-tpOitaid a& nted such gratifylug results iu eases (-f st, m-
aeh troubles,- biliousness or const-ipation
hies whole time would be used i'n prepar-
ag this one lidedicinf. For sale bv|L. 3.
Wtare, St Andrew and Bayhead alnd all
niedi-in e deaIecr." '

ever prepared to furnish the best of
ice cream throughout the season, to all
--For sick headache take Chamber-
lain's Stomach and Livcr Tablets and a
quick cure is certain. For sale by L.
M. Ware, St. Andrew and Dayhead,
and all medicine dealers.
-Wizard Ink Tablets, Price per
box 10ets. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten ounces splen-
didink. Economical permanent; abso-
lutely indellible, covenient, non-corro-
sive. At the Buoy office.
-Robert Baker ha, command of
MI.ssrs. G'y &- M,.Kenzi-',iew launclh.
Tt .L,,,I.. ],%,nu ri JL St. Andro % twitterdaa.'

F U-iT i.t),6 tar.

-S. e~t~quilpped andI

probably the fastest running launch
now on St. Andrews Bay.
-The Buoy never has supported and
never will support a candidate for any
office who it positively knows to be dis-
honest, or to be grossly incompetent to
till the position to which he aspires, no
matter what party he pretends to be-
long to.
---landsome letter heads with St.
Anzidrews Bay date line and views of
either St. Anidrews Blulf, or Buena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at tlhe
BUIOY offi ce
-ThE Buoy has never yet permitted
any person to use its columns to abuse
any other person or to air their person-
al ,-pite or grievance, lin this respect
the Buoy is protd of the marked con-
trast between it and the other paper
printed in this county.
--S. M. Robrtson lies when he says
the Buoy was used for McKinley. It
did support John Barr Glen, the candi-
date of the Sound Money Democratic
party. as did hundreds of other gLood
democrats in the county, for represent-
ative, and it was unfortunate for the
county that he failed of election.
-Mr. B. F. Moates of St. Andrew
and Miss Nora Thompson of West Bay,
were married at the last named place
last Sunday afternoon, Rev. Harris of-
fficiating. The bride and groom came
to St. Andrew, Monday, and that even.
ing a gathering of the youthful com-
rades of the groom waited upon the
newly wed and entertained them with
a-serenade in tones more loud than
--CG. Allen tells; that which is f-Aie
Lwhen ho intimates in the Chipley Ban-
ner that the Buoy was paid by Mr.
Watts for the article which he so flip-
pantly pronounces as untrue; but is
true,-nevertheless. If it is not let him
produce thie proot that the facts are not
as stated -he should -be able to do that
easily. Mr. Watts, never in his life
paid the Bnoy oiLe cent on any account
whatever. The article in question was
printed and deposited in the postoffice
before Mr. Watt!' arrival here, and he
never saw or heard of it until he read it
in the Buoy. Neither has Mr. Watts
promised or been solicited to favor the
Buoy with any )rinting that may be at
his disposal in the event of his election.
Why the MeiianK ('ill U-4 Grtnyog,
11 th,.e situibw,'- .. t:ie' ciafily V.i ongL th+
M[exic.ain border. M(.--i<-;ii's ar V vuliarbl.
called 1)vrea''rs" hy lthe American cow
boys and iranici'-rs. 'i Iw .Mpxiic'lans have
ret aim td 5>y contemptuiously ref-'rrin,-
to the Americans as "gringos,".uncon
sclt.o th.it they are usiag a word of
Amolican origin first a'pli',d to thinm-
Durin.- the Mexican vwar the army of
Sania Anna was composed mostly of
Indian penns who could neither shoot.
drill nor fight. To distinguish these igno-
rant recruits from the trained regulars
the Americans called them "greenies,"
and the Mexicans, with their Latin
pronunciation, converted it into first
greensos" then "gringos." Later they
applied it to those from whom they had
first h-ard It. thinking it'meant some-
thing especially bad.

GOitpnwder Bags.
It is possible to weave a very attrac-
tive fabri--as regards appearances, at
least--oit of ordinary gunpowder. The
cloth looks very much like silk and
when i1.nit.-.d instantly disappears with-
out leaving a trace behind.
The fabric Is used for making bags to
hold gunpowder, which in this shape
are loaded into big guns. When the
bags are of canvas, as Is customary,
they are not consumed by the explo-
sion an.d what remains of them after
firing has to be removed from the pow-



Will be Celebrated in St.
In response to the Buoy's suigges-
tions last week, parties have already

taken the first steps toward celebrat-
ing the Fourth of July here in St.
It is high time for St. Andrew to
show the word that she can get up a
celebration that will be a crediL to
the country, and the Buoy feels con-
fident that they will do so on this oc-
The celebration will probably b
held in Gordon's grove, and everI
attraction and amusement possible to
secure will be provided for the en-
tertainment and amusement of thise
who attend,
Of course nothing but that the dll
will be celebrated, is settled yet, at
the more heartily we all take hold
it, the greater a success it will provj
nl 0- D ... ^ . c "*-I

week the progress beiug mnde-aia'I
will publish the complete program I
the last issue before the Fourth,
A committee will probably caiass
the town and solicit such aesisdince
as anyone nmaj teel inclined to ,onaie
and thle Buoy hloje tl.ait enoi, 1 wi!
be raised t., make ithlie 'elebritiiii a
rousing" .siicce.s.
Now, lct ii. all uwoi k toigelci for
the bedt celebi al iji ever l de Li,, t11O
Bay. Let all local joilouusy bleelp for
this QIIct' aild let I-ati- tiin pievail.

fiho .Japanese Ihive taken po.se.-
sion of tl e o';ter, fut itiCations o
Polt A ,i tli uiijiuelliiig lltie Iis-
sianls '. '' ciCi'IOe.
It is reported that altout one thous-
and Japanese met lfour;thousand Rus-
sians and couipletely! routed them
with heavy loss to the ]Tssians.
Both arniies are I-eeping their
plans as much a secret as possible.
Have You a tough?
A dose of Ballard's HorehotIund Syrup
will relieve it. Have you a cold? A dose
of Herbine at bed time and frequent
small doses of Horehouni Syrup during
the day will remove it- Try it' for
whooping cough' for asthma, for con-
sumption, for bronchitis. Mrs. Joe Mc-
Grath, 273 E, 1st sc., Hutchinson, Kan.,
writes: '"I have used Bullard's Hore-
hound Syrup in my family for 5 years,
and find it the best and most -palatable
medicine I ever used." 25c, 50c, 1.00.
Sold at the Trading Post, St. Andre .
Fla. N ,
To Reatore Leather Bindings.
To restore the leather bindings of
books wash them first very lightly and
carefully with clean warm water in
which a tiny piece of soda has been
dissolved, in order to free the leather
from grease; then wash with clear wa-
ter to remove the soda, and dry. Dis-
solve a bit of gum arabic the size of a
small bean In a teaspoonful of water
and beat it up with a teaspoonful of
the white of an egg., With a bit of
sponge go lightly over the leather with
this glair and let it dry.
Should the glair froth up on the
Leather, as it is very likely to do if
there is much tool work on the book,
dab It until it subsides with the palm
of the hand or with the sponge
squeezed as dry as possible.
Startling Evidence.
Fresh testimony in great quantity is
constantly coming in declaring Pr.
Kin-'s New Discovery forConsujmptiona
Coughs and Colds to be unequaled. A
recent expression from T. J. McFarland
Bentorville, Va. serves as an example
He writes: "I had bronchitis for three
years and doctored all the time without
being benefited. Then I began taking
Dr. King's New Discovery, and a few
bottles wholly cured me."' Equally ef-
fective in curing all lung and throat
troubles, consumption, pneumonia and
grip. Guaranteed by A. H. Brake. Tri-
al bottles free. Regular sizes 5.0c and
$1 00.
Her llusband's Male Friend,.
One of the most complicated duties
of a wife is the shuffling off of her hus-
band's male friends, says the Ladies'
Field. Fifty per cent can go at once.
for half a man's bachelor associates
are. according to his ,o,-f
polite society, either because they have
no manners or because they wear the
wrong sort of collars. Ten per cent
she may genuinely dislike, or possibly
they may not take to her. Some of the
rest are on the borderland of toleration,
but most of them have a knack of
dropping off by slow degrees. Possibly
*hlcS Ia +i,*.tt {~ -~1/ / tf i,.n., * ....id+.. j jI~

xe Savaniah & Gttlf ail'roatld.
Uaptaiu W. G. Purse, thle jrinci-
pruinoter ot thlie proposed road
ill Savannah to the Gulf
it.s Ithe iManlauctureris Record as
Iows: "WVe have progressed with
r wIk most satisfactorily for a
Iv eite'rprise, and every detail, even
thlie nminutest, will have been cov-
d anld provided fori befuie the offi-
I lainily of the road isn named.
P c ,iII ney. foi' its Construcltion has
1n ;at I011' co I nU oli for twe lv'e
111h,. past."
''llie capital of the company is to
;.0.0,000, will the lpriilege of
,I:.n.ig to $5,000,000 and it is
,,,e to build a line 325 n.ils
.starting at Savannili anl run-
iii southwest to Wasliington coutn-
F lorida and to a deepwvater port
I lie Gulf of Mexico.
Captain Purse i. repo ted as say-
9 that the road will be built as
- -,- i I-L,,+ ,it i ti A t e 'Gulf

Stockholders i~eel li. p ] _I
The regular atinutial ieulting of the n a NI
stockholders of the St. Andrews Bay, WPenW ,,
Cliploy & Vernon Telephone Company S T E A
will be held at the oihcc of the compa- ,
ny in St. Andrew on Monday the 27th,
I, ,, i
inst,.,-it being the last Monday in June, '
as provided by its charter, at 2 o'lock p. "-;,' ...1
m. for the election of officers for the en- -
suing year and the transaction of such. "
other business as may come before the .
,ne.tinr.- It is important that there be -

a general attendance of stockholders,
as matLters of vital moment must be
considered. The Directors' meeting
for annual settlement will be held im-
mediately after the a-djournment of tlie
stockholders' meeting. By order,
Attest" NY. A. EMMONS, Pres't.
J. I THOMPSON. Sec.'y.
Dated, June 1, 1904.
V< -. 6
Sie Thoci 3rgt of Htin.
SLe-Ol,. Mr. l:;ro): How do you
do? I was t-:ik't!c4 to Mrs. Nexdlore
just now, and, I couldn't help thinking
of you. 'He--And was8. she discussing
me? She-Not exactly. She was coinm-
menting on the weather and just asked
me if I corQ.Id Imagine anything more
tiresome and disagreeable.-Phlladel-



SI l has not been deC id, re
iL be n1)t1ei. ,weve', that1 Driven to I)esperation.
p L,-I. .i In -U 'l an out of the w l ifacei-L

+conipa5ish0 a;ir-
fjectifcl lines-is it Washington

iinty, and may also be the objective
iit of this line.
It ih trot imin'obable that the Ilan
Ilnuiii sucli a road will result inii
ikiii uip one or two smaller lines
readv in existence for thle purpose
covei ,g part of the route,

S Thrown from a Wagon.
Mr. 'eirge K. Babcock wag
w i ,,n and severely bruised.
tl ,. Chlianbrlaihl'as P iin Balm
; waL. it is the best liniment

He ap
lie ever

u1,d IMi. B bcock ist a well-known citi-
/1 ,of'| North Plain, Conn. The.e is
n,,ilii,,g equal to Pain Balm for sprains
aqrl Iiui-;es. It will effe, t a curec in one-
tViiii ti',: time r quired by any other
tr.iirt ii>t--_li t For sale by L. M. Ware, St.
Apidliew anid Bf.yhead and all medicine
C"-:l(er I's.
INewton's Blue.
It is well known that under the ac-
tion of gravity the water composing
such a thin shell as a soap bubble tends
to run down on all sides, so that the
walls of the bubble grow thin at the
top and thicken toward the bottom.
After -a time the bubble becomes so
-thin at the top that further flow of wa-
ter from this point can hardly take
place, and finally the bubble bursts.
B But before this last stage is reached a
degree of thinness In the walls of the
bubble is attniued which causes It to
glow with brilliant iridescent colors.
Newton noticed that on top of the thin
bubble illuminated by white sky light
a black spot is formed. With increase
of thii:-Lni.s downward from this point
o ll si'1.s, a red band next appears:
.IF''. tlie -on$e; tlit'i a. iu i 'rtd i id
blue, red and. ,lup, i lid so on. the col.
or shbowinii more e xt'reines of i red a idl
purple In the hi!.-lier orders. This blue
bnid which first expmiits onlutwilrd 'romi
tht black spot at the top and descends
slwiy with the subsidence of the wa-
te'Newton called thie "blue of the tr-si
orer," and, although somewhat din;y,
h4judged It to he of thle same tint as
thI blue of the sky.-T. J. J. See in At-
la tic._




L Stock and poultry have few
Troubles which are nt bowtl)w and
i river irregularities. Black-
raught Stock and Poultry Mei-
Ino is a bowel and liver remedy
or stock. It putt thp organs of
!igestion in a perfect condition.
prominentt American breeders and
!Frniors keep their berds and flocks
ilthy by giving them an icca-
i onal dose of Black Draught Stock
d Poultry Medicine in their
iod. Any atock raiser may buy a
5-oent half-pound Lir-tight can
f this medicine from his dealer
d keep I s stock in vigor.ous
ith for weeks. Dealers ener-
-ly keep B'ack-[,raugfbt Stck and
ultry Medicine. If yours d.:'i3s
t, d 25d95 centt for a sample
the manti'u,,nn
11 TUO so ule 0.1 C-Lat-

t ROethLLE. GA., Jan. .10, 1902.
1leak-Draught Stock uiid Poultry
ediOine is the beat I ev.er tried. Our
,okwas looking bad when you svunt
the mdl iaa acid now they are
mtug ffo s1e. They are lookiug 20
r e.t. better.


mote From v liza t.ion, aWt[lkv t9oi in
,lriv.i, to desperation in case of acci-
dent, resulting in burns, cuts, wounds,
ulcers, etc. Lay in a supply of Buck-
len's Arnica Salve. It's the best on
ea.th. 25c. at A. H..Brake's.
Ills llsapveuring Pulse.
"M-y!" exchinied the doctor. "You've
K*inly :tiny pulse today!"
"Well. don't you remember, doctor,"
;eplh1d the patient. "you took it when
,u were here yesterday?"-Yonklers

1i; who has no vision of eternity wiUl
,,v,' .... tr-ie hold of time.-Carlyle.
Notice oe Ciangae of Votilln-
It is ordered that the voting place in
Precinct Number 14 be and is hereby
clianged from the old Grassy Point
School House to the new School HTouse
one mile noith, and the order of this
change be published in the St. Andrews
Buoy for four. weeks.
J. WV. Cravey, Ch'n.
John 1i elson,
J. L. Jackson.
A. W. Weeks.
Attest: W. I. Singletary.
W. (. Lockey. Clerk.
I)atud June 1, 1904.

Notice is hereby given that bids will
be received at the regular jieetin yof
the Board of County Coumlission. rs il
July to let contract to buiid a bridge.
across Watson Bayou on the St. An-
drews Bay and Parker public road.
By order of the Board in Special
Session this 24th day ()f May. 1904,
Attest: Chairman.
XW. C. LOCKEY, Clerk.

Insect Temperatures.
The temperature of the human body
i essentially- the same In the tropi.cs
nndl In theft polar zones. isoctss at r'si
ha-ve a 1.-nip,.rature prati.iailly ilhi
v-0:1ie as tlbat of the surroundingii air
n ordllnnry ('ionditiuns of hent and of
,!unihlty. L'n-ler usual conditions the
tomi,'rature of an insect rules with
.rit l," ;'e purroin'li.n jg o 'nly 'iort
S\ Il.:. \'h,.n lie air Is \v 'y moist th.
i-eoi.t's ttenr-er:nture inny rise more
rapidly ti-i, l i;t of the air. W iVh
lhe i:'iecOt Lt':.!;N- to move. Its trempera
ture ri-; ;:. I '.>iaPinUes to rise uutll
'ho n, .tionl<,;Ip

Whln vou want
Of yourn
Family, House, or Excursion

All Wortk Positivelv Guarantood.
Prices MUodera-t.

Geo. S. Hacker & Son,


St. Andrew & Gulf
MS H I P C 9 M P-A N Y .




uesday, 8:30 p m. Pensacola.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m. St. Andrew, Wednesday
ldnesday, 2:30 p. min. Miliville, Wednesday
hursday, 9:00 a. in. Apalaclico(,la, Thursday,
CartabelIt-, Thursday,
onday, 6:00 p. in. Mobile, Monday, 6:(
thursday, 3:00 p. m. Carrabelle.
friday, 11:30 a, m. St. Andrew. Friday,
riday. 10:00 a. m. Millville. Friday,
Pensacola. Friday,
:P .SEIS~:3E ^A.T'ES.
Pensacola to St Andrew and Millvilie, $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabelle, $7.50.
St. Andrew and Milville to Apalachicola, $5.00.
Pensaeola to Mobile, $2.50.
The above rates include meals and berths. W. G. BAl


', 8:00 a. m
Y, 10:00 a. m3
6:00 a. ni.
12:00 noon.
)0 a. in.

2:00 a. m.
4:00 a. m.
11:30 pi. .


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Cmptal iu

Cooking and Heating Stoves!

Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Etc.

Burial Caskets, Robes, Suits, Etc.



'he Trading Posi

So cc ssor to B. V. Brock.]


Headquarters for

Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Ready-Made Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Notions

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



-- FlaN

Dry Goods, NPilous, Hats, Shoes. arlware, Paints, Oils, Salt,

GROCERIES and Fisherman's Supplies.




Dry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries

Noi r', :-.soirs tY cred Stuffs.

CoCr Mer Was %Y i. i ez.uL3and Bayview St.

SI p ify ys? i"r xo and iimist d1D

a stricitl ('a.- r Ii,,cady Pay

Tl'i-i is ill iy P1 I'ous ii. feres i, u .- <'1 a! .s I1' own. (C.Il and
I'o illetlr' l. oi-Irs of ( ( ish i T iulhi.



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Ship Chandlery Hardware

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

Clothing, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishings.
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Thursday, June 9, 1904.



Augar, I lb Tea, fb
Granulated ......6 He No...... 55
CoffeeA .... 5.5% Gunpowder.. 40
Lt brown.... 5 Uncol'l Jap.40-60
y ,,flce, Cond milk, # can
Green.... 12@20 Unsweetn'a.10
A.'buckle,ll 112-15 Sweetened..... 10
;iuger snaps 3125 Baking powder
Ntrackers, soda.. 10 Royal ..... ...50
rolbacco, plug 20a60 Campbell ...... 10
tatisins Canned fruit
Luondoulayers.8-15 Peaches..:. 10a20
Vatleicia...... 8 Tomatoes.....Sa 12

Evaporated .. 1
Dried Peaches S
0oal Oil pr gal.... 15
gasoline . .
?lorida,'Syrup. ..
iotiey ..... ..... 75
C t' Ie'p ilb .
-. rn lutter..... 2-35
Oleoin.argerine. 15
hard ........ ....
deans ...........
uocowuut pkg... 10
Jelly, glass 10al2t>
Liime J juice. ..... 45
Fggs per doz... 20

Apples ........ 10
Pears ......... 15
Plums ......... 10
Apricot...... 10-20
Strawberries... 20
Pineapple .. 1(0-20
Canned Meats
Roast Beef... ..15
Coi nedl Beef... 15
Lobster....... 20
Salmon.... .. 15
canned Vegetables
Baked Beans... 10
Corn....... 10@15
Peas ........... 10
Pumpkin ..... 12
In XT Q- -


'1,01rS'wan ..2.25 D.S. pr lb......11
Majestic .... 2.15 Bacon Sides.... .12
Corni Meal prbut70-0 Fresh.- ..... 8a0
Oat Meal pr lb... 5 Br'kf'st Bacon. .14
Coruperbu ..755a,.0c Ham canvassedl7i
Potatoes Shoulders...... 14
Irish....... 1 40 Beet
geuar-lv K'se seed 1.60 Corned...... 8
Sweet.... 60(475 Fresh........ :10
3alt, pr taik.. A.00 Dried ......... 25
T,'rale ........ 5 5 Milk pr qt. ..... 10
Nails, uer l,4'.a5 AKx,with handle. 75
Galv wire do.6a64 Hoes, each ....35.a5
Manilla rope...9al2Copper p.'aint, can 50
4 tovei cook,. .$8a25 Linseed oil,gal55@60
Pipe, per'joint 18
'rints, per yd.. 5ab Checks ....... 5a5*
Sheetiugs .... 5a9 Flannel....... 15a40
Muslin.....:. 9allI Thread per spool. 5
Jeans ....... 15a45-Shoes,ladies.$a1 a2 75
ltra pants pat 2-25 Meni's. ..$1 10a300
H.ty pr cwt. .75a1."5 Oats pr bu ....... 60
B.rIiu ......... 1.25 Brick pr M..... 13.00
A ipe Sisal .....7@ Lime pr bl......75-
FRUI' T niad NU'T'S.
Oranges pr doz. '25 -Pecaus pr Ili..... 15
A .l)es. ......... 15 Walnuts. ........ 20
Le mois ......... 20 Almonuds ........ 15

S ptt r' 1.50 Opened pr qt 15c
Liuorse s... $30al00 Cows....... -1a
Mules.... $50a$100 Hogs......$3to$4
Oxen.. pir yoke $30 Sheep ........... $2
  • *', rmU eya .... 75ial.00 Ducks....... 20);t5

    F.esh -Salt
    Mullet pr doz 25c Mullet pr b,1 4.50
    Trout. ........ 1.5 Trout..... .4,5
    Pompano pr il... 6 Pompaino .... 10.00
    Sturgeon ...... 10 Mackerel .... 8.010
    ,LU Ml B ER.

    tt'lrt, min...$14.00
    Face .., 12.00
    Sap .. 10,00
    Dr-op siding,
    tieadrtface e ni 14.00
    gap 10.00
    Buff luluiber. 8@41
    leait shlingles, '2.50
    9 tp 1.50

    Heart, "t 1U...$14.00
    Face .. 12.00
    Sap ... 10.00
    Cx iin. ..1'a .00
    Finishing lum-
    lber,d.. $12@15.00
    Lath, Po in,.... .2.10
    Boat lumber,
    dressed. ... $20

    Catatrrh Ca-lnnot be Cured
    With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they
    cannot reach, the seat of the disease.
    SCatarrh is a blood or constitutional
    disease, and in order to cure it you
    must take internal remedies. Hall's
    Catarrh Cure in taken internally, and
    .acts directly on the blood and mucous
    surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a
    quack medicine. It was prescribed by
    one of the best physicians in this coun-
    try for cars, and is a regular prescrip-
    tion. It Is composed of the best tonics
    known, combined with the best blood
    purifiers, acting directly on the mu-
    cous membranes. The perfect combi-
    nation of the two ingredients is what
    produces such wonderful results in cur-
    ing Catarrh. Send for testimonials,
    J. F. CHENEY & Co., Props.. Toledo,
    0. Sold by druggists, price 75c.
    Hall's Family Pills are the best.
    -A Modest. Colonel.,
    According to the Canadian Military
    Gazette, the new adjutant of a volun-
    teer regiment was asking the colonel a
    few things about the corps and even-
    -- tally got on to. he. subject of marks-

    manship. "Is the battle on a fairly
    good shooting one?" he asked. "Oh,
    yes; it is quite," answered the colonel
    grandiloquently. "You'll find a large
    percentage of good shots in my regi-
    ment And some very fine shots, too-
    very fine shot-s. I myself"-here he
    dropped his voice to a lower and more
    oily pitch--"am the best shot. Lieu-
    jho"An+ 1.1hrmiich>vur~ whot Is the next

    fStood by the Reporter.
    The late George W. Childs, the pro-
    yrietor of the Philadelphia ledger, was
    t. man who supported his subordinates
    When they were i-i the right. During
    a bitter co!!gr'(-s^:;..!l campaign onf,
    cf the candidates called upon Nir.
    Childs and said:
    "Mr. Childs, I have always consid-
    ered you my friend. Am I right In
    that assumption ?"
    "Yes," said Mr. Childs In is quiet
    way, wondering what was coming.
    "Well, I come to complain about your
    political reporter. His reports of my
    campaign have done me much dam-
    "I understand," said Mr. Childs,
    "that our reporter has been printing
    your own speeches. Is that true?"
    "Y-e-s," was the hesitating reply.
    "Then," said the publisher, "you are
    the guilty man. You are killing your
    own candidacy, and the Ledger is sim-
    ply giving a faithful picture of the
    performance. Blame yourself and not
    the Ledger reporter."
    And that was all the satisfaction this
    Influential politician could get from
    the publisher.

    Her Undeveloped Sense of Humow.
    "The trouble with you women," he
    said, "is that you have no sense of hu-
    "I know it," she admitted. "I sup-
    pose I ought to think being married to
    4.m-a %L' ," *" 5vi.V mx/I, Nrt WI 1ti/ %.. sww"uj
    to see it."-Chlcago Record-Herald.


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

    Pleasant, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good, Do
    Good, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe; 10, 25 and
    S0 cents per box. Write for free sample, and book.
    let on health. Address 433
    Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.
    Wher Runbles Come Prom.
    The ruby mine3 in Burmna are of four
    kinds, the most valuable being gullies
    formed by the action of water on the
    side of the hills. Next to'these come
    the shafts, or tunnels, sunk in the hill-
    sides: and then the wells.. These-last
    nre sunk in the valley, and-are of two
    sorts. The deep wells tre sunk to
    fifteen or twenty feet, and the shallow
    ones only reach to four feet, where
    the first rnby bearing stratum is found.
    Rubies, or rather red stones of all
    morts, are offered for sale in large num-
    bers nnd ait every conceivable price.
    i.The inhabitants are well off, the min-
    Prs -beinr either Shans, in their enor-
    mous broad brimmed straw hats and
    baggy trousers, or Chinamen, in indigo

    - vi "I"'titt-AE --.1 -" uAL11-W"I C00

    v v -,,*,t va t il A .kl.. [JJV rd, V/ t I'* ltW I[ *t3
    Can anything be worse than to feel
    that every minute will be your last?
    Such was the experience of Mrs. S. H.
    Newson, Decatur, Ala. ."For three
    vears,"she writes: "I endured insuf-
    ferable pain from indigestion, stomach
    and bowel trouble. Death seemed inev-
    itable when doctors and all remedies
    failed. At length I was induced to try
    Electric Bitters and the result was mir.
    aculous. I improved at once and now
    I'm completely recovered." For liver,
    kidney, stomach and bowel troubles
    Electric Bitters is the only medicine .
    Only 50c. It's guaranteed by A. H.
    Dumley-Smith is an awful coward.
    Why, he looks afraid of his own shad-
    ow. Lumly-I don't wonder at it-if
    his shadow looks anything like the
    Think three times before you speak
    and then talk it over with your wife.
    A good wife has more wisdom than
    the supreme court.-Schoolmaster.
    Triumphs of Modern Surgery.
    Wonderful things are done for the hu-
    man body by surgery. Organs are taken
    out and scraped and polished and put
    back, or they may be removed entirely;
    b nes are spliced; pipes take the place of
    diseased sections of Yi'ids; antiseptic
    dressings are applied to wounds, bruises,
    burns and like injuries before inflamma-
    tion s ts in, which ,causes them to heal
    without maturition and in cne-third the
    time required by the old treatment.
    Chamberlain's I'a n Balm a.ts -on this
    same principle. It is an antiseptic and
    when applied to such injuries, causes
    thremi to ht-.il very rlickly. It. l..o allays
    the pain and soreness. Keep a bottle of
    Pain Balm in yourphome and it will save
    you time and m ney, not to mention the
    inconvenience ot suffering which such in-
    juries entail. For sale by L. M. Ware,
    St. Andrew and Bayhead and all medi-
    cine dealers.



    The Second Prlmary in St. An-
    The deciding primary p:is,.d ,off
    vcry qnuIctlyh i St, Amntrc la8t "'lnes-
    ,I,\. \ i' 1> t i,, v ,o ,,I )| 2 .; at t ,! fi r.-it
    i'l ltl l ) ili Irv+,(.- i,, S al tlhi.*5.
    'l'het waa '-ciy little .if' a y elec-
    Lioueeriig-il wouhl h ave been use-
    less. The canvvass htui been a oglih that eve-rvyoe's mind was :nado
    up beyond being clanged at thL last
    iThe following-the oi.ly report the
    Buoy has been able to get, is the vote
    of St. Andrew precinct:
    For United States Senator.
    James P. Taliaferro............. 20
    John N, C. Stockton........... 7
    For Governor.
    Robert W. Davis...............15
    Napoleon V. Broward........... S
    For Secretary of State.
    H. Clay Crawford.............. 11
    James E. Broome............... 8
    For Representative.
    W. A. Bryan ..................18
    For Sheriff,
    Tom J W atts...... ............- ..
    ,Chas, G. Allen......... ........ 5
    For Clerk Circ~ui Court.
    _^3y-\ -LQ-kY _._- I -f --

    For Tax Assessor.
    J, W. Bowen;...................19
    John W. Williams.............. 8

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

    Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis-
    courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
    .. and cheerfulness soon
    ''.-.--- -disappear when the kid-
    Sneys are out of ordeal
    - 7- or diseased.
    Kidney trouble has
    -. ((\^ ^ become so prevalent
    that it is not uncommon
    /\ A for a child to be born
    'afflicted with weak kid-
    '- neys. If the child urin-
    .... '= ates too often, if the
    urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child
    reaches an age when it should be able to
    control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
    bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of
    the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
    ztep should be towards the treatment of
    !hese important organs. This unpleasant
    rouble is due to a diseased condition of the
    :idneys and bladder and not to a habit as
    nost people suppose.
    Women as well as men are made mis-
    -able with kidney and bladder trouble,
    nd both need the same great remedy.
    -he mild and the immediate effect of
    "wamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
    y druggists, in fifty- f
    .nt and one dollar ib
    'e,. You may have a ,-
    rnpeic bottle by mail
    o. 1.o pamphlet tell- Home of Swamp-Rioot.
    g all about it, including many of tht
    .ucands of testimonial letters received
    :n sufferers cured. 'n writing Dr. Kilmef
    2o.. Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
    .-.ntien this paper.
    Don't makt any mistake,but remem-
    er the name, Swamp Root, Dr. Kil-
    ner's Swamp Root. and the, address.

    Binghamton, N. Y. on every bottle

    That Throbbing Headache
    Would quickly leave you if you nsed
    Dr, King's New Life Pills. Thousands
    of sufferers have proved their match-
    less merit for sick and nervous head-
    aches. They make pure blood and build
    up your health. Only 25c, money back
    if not cured. Sold by A. H. Brake.
    Portuguese Characteristics.
    The men of Portugal .re as fond of
    show as are the women. Their fingers
    are nearly always loaded with rings,
    and about their bodies, which arc
    often as round as the bowls of their
    tobacco pipes, hang chains as thick as
    ropes, from which are suspended
    bunches of trinkets.
    The Portuguese dandy 18s very fond
    of anything that will attract public
    attention to his much esteemed per-
    Son. Above his snowy vest he wears
    a cravat of gleaming colors, while in
    his buttonhole is stuck a full blown
    rose of inordinate size. I think I am
    pretty safe in saying that most of the
    promenaders I- have seen strutting
    about in the chief thoroughfares on,
    Sunday with a riding whip in their
    hands and handsome spurs on their
    heels have never set foot in the stir-
    rup. The spur is to them a sign of
    nnI-,l' i T' wi-,/h th1piv nrroaat e to tfhem1-



    f e

    L. M. Ware, jr., lett ou t
    patra for Bagdad on a busi
    Tax Collector John R. T
    i" spiidrn Ig Ihee wi,..k in V. ii
    sale of lands for delinq'it
    having been made on M1nl i
    quires the rest of the \vvek,
    outi the ceitificates of sale.
    Mrm. Charles Weather-,po
    alaclhicola, sister of M1s. C
    of St. Andrew, came with h
    on the Tarpon, laNt Fiid-a
    visiting the family of their
    (. E. Merritt, a well-k
    Andrews boy came in on the
    yesterday and was warmly gt
    his many friendA.
    J. R. Saunders, president
    German American Lumber
    came over from Pensacola
    Tarpon, yesterday.
    II t

    A Unanlumoum Electfox
    Ther'-W-a characterA
    was then known as tbei
    of creation who went
    Big John. I doubt if

    et, trip.

    o11 1ilC
    v, l'hic-

    it re-
    m imAke

    I Of Ap-
    ipt. Ilill
    " family
    and are

    wIn St.
    'l'a 1n)311
    ted by

    of the
    i pa ny
    ,i the

    t part
    me of
    id any

    ment we were going to minak 0.
    out of and concluded that e rat
    thing to do was to choose a ars al,
    which -'we proceeded to do.' Th w1 w#e
    several candidates, Big Johb amor
    them, and when the pieces paper
    dropped into a wide brimmed at B\1g
    John walked up, coolly took e votes
    and put them Into his pocket d said:
    "This is the quickest way. i them
    as votes for me come to this sa." Not
    a man hesitated. It was t most
    unanimous election ever he. He
    made a good officer, though, nd we
    kept him in till we pulled up t* town
    and moved on to the next terunious of
    the railroad.-St. Louis Globt-Demo-


    ,June 6, 1904A.
    Notice is hereby given thatthe fol-
    lowing named settler has tiled notice of
    his intention to make coinmmutation
    proof in support of his claim, and that
    said proof will be made before the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court at Vernon,
    Fla., on July 16, 1904, viz:
    HENRY L. CRAVEN, of Nixon, Fla.
    Hd No. 31838, for the wi of the sw* of
    sec 28, and the ej 'of the se* of sec.
    29, tp Is, r. 12w.
    He names the following witnesses to
    prove his continuous residence upon
    andcultivation of said land, viz:
    Calyin McInnis, G. R. Morgan, John
    A. Kennedy, and Robert D. Murray, all
    of Nixon, Fla.
    W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
    Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
    June 16, 1904.
    Notice is hereby given thatthe fol-
    lowing named settler has file-legtic. of
    her intention to make finapr 1 nsup
    p )rt of her claim, and that said proof
    will ba made before the clerk of the
    circuit court at Vernon, Fla. on July
    161h, 1904, viz:
    MARY C. KENT, of Point Washing-
    ton, Fla.,
    Hd 34250 for the sel of "eccio. 31, tp
    2s, r. 18w.
    She names the following witnesses to
    prove her continuous residence upon
    and cu tivation.of said land, vi4.
    G. W. Lee, William T. Kellty. L. J.
    Miller and L. Casey, all of Point Wash-
    ington, Fia.
    W. G. ROBINSON, Regoister

    Land Office at Gainesville, :
    May 9. 1903.
    Notice is hereby Oiven that
    lowing named settler has filed r
    his intention to m.tke find proo
    port of his claim, and that sal
    will be made before the oler]
    circuit court at Ve, non, Fla.,
    18thth, 1904, viz:
    ROBERT L. GAINED. of Ecou
    Hd 32260 for the ei of swi; set o
    section 3, and ne of nwi ot
    twp Is. r. 13w.
    He names the following wit
    prove his continuous resident
    and cultivation of said land, vi
    J.R. Purcell; J. W. Brown
    Gainer, S. B. Ells, all of Econ
    W. G. ROBINSON. It
    iWEditor's fee paid.

    'lves-a relic of the privileges of the NOTICE FOR PUBLICA'
    d ehivalry.-London Standard. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTE
    May 9, 19(1
    Prs<)'raduar te (orirme. Notice is hereby given that
    Mrs. Ri'.Lhnnno;d- Is yo:,r daughter go- lowing named settler has filed 1
    ig btack to the cooking school thi., her intention to make final
    ",a.? support of his claim,and that si
    Mrs. I~r'on~xboroug--No; I'm going to will be made before clerk of
    . Bn.boroh--No; gng t .0 .court at Vernon, Fl1,+
    eep her bome until she learns to cook 18,c 1904 viz: '
    )me dishls that we can afford to eat. JAMES W. BROWN, of Econ
    Judge. Hd 29250 for lhe ,swi of nei,.
    - ---~ ~a wT]r Shos-- and set of set o1 1_t.,t -.
    __SHe nanies-heT .mioTg w
    Allen's Foot Ease, a powder. It cuies prove his continuous residoi
    tinful, smarting nervous feet an, in- and cultivation of said land, vi
    *owing nails, and instantly takes the J. R. Purcell, R. L. Gainer"
    g out of corns and bunions. It's the Gainer, and S. B. Elhlis, all of
    -eatest comfort discovery of lhe age. Fla.W, G. ROBINSON, Rs
    lien's Foot-Ease makes tight or new AlWEditor's fee paid.
    oes feel easy. It is a certain cure for PARKR
    eating, callous and hot, tired, aching N HAIR BAL
    ct. Try it today. Sold by all druggists CBames and beautify
    ,A1 c^ 9R,- nflmf o~a i S rP-onmotes a luxurIon

    Fla, t 1
    the fol-
    otice of
    in sup-
    of the
    n June

    nwi of
    ctio 10,
    esses to
    W. B.
    Sa. Fla

    he fol-
    tice of
    roof in
    d proo,
    hbe cir'





    Sometimes the hair is not
    properly nourished. It suffers
    for food, starves. Then it
    falls out, turns prematurely
    gray. Ayer's Hair Vigor is a

    Hair Vigor

    hair food. It feeds, nourishes.
    The hair stops falling, grows
    long and heavy, and all dan-
    druff disappears.
    "My hair was coming out terribly. I was
    almost afraid to comb it. But Ayer's Hair
    Vigor promptly stopped the falling, and also
    restored the natural color.
    MRS. E. G. K. WARD, Landing, N. J.
    1.OO a bottle, J. c. AYkR Co.,
    l ldru gists. f- Lowell, Mass..

    Poor Hair

    The Heavens Seen From the Sea.
    Every one who has been much at sea
    knows something of the peculiar splen-
    dor of the heavens when beheld from
    th deck of it shin. Celestial nhfinrm.

    ena seem to possess an unusual Im-
    pressiveness when viewed under such
    circumstances. The clearness of the
    air in fair weather and the flatness and
    distance of the horizon tend to heighten
    this effect.
    S Sued by His Doctor.
    "A doctor here has bued me for $12.50,
    which I claimed was excessive for a caz.e
    of chelera niorbus," says R. White, of
    Cotechella, Cal. "At the trial he praised
    his medical skill and medicine. I asked
    him if it was not Chamnibeilain's Colic,
    Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy lie used as
    I had good rea-on to believe it was, and
    he would not say under oath that it was
    not." No -octor could use a better rent-
    dy than this in a case of cholera morbuts;
    it never fails. Sold by by L. M. Ware,
    St. Andrew and Bayhead and all m d -
    cine dealers.


    Tune 6, 1904.
    Notice is hereby given that the fol-
    lowing named settler has filed notice of
    his intention to make commutation
    proof in support of his claim, and that
    said proof will be made before. the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court at Vernon,
    Fla., on July 16, 1904, viz:
    RUFUS L. ELLIS, of Anders)n, Fla.
    Hld 32652 for the sel of se4 sec. 7, and
    lots 10 and 12 of sec 8 tp. 2s, r 15w. .
    He names the following witnesses to
    prove his continnr.ous residence upon,
    and cultivation of said land, viz:
    0. W.,Murfee, Rozzie Murfee, and C.
    E. Murfee of West Bay, Fla., and S. L.
    Nolan of Anderson, Fla.
    W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
    W"Editor's fee paid
    SNolice of Application for Tax
    Uider Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of
    Notice is hereby given that John L.
    Sconiers, purchaser of Tax Certificate No.
    871, dated the Ist day of June, A, D. 18A1,
    has filed said certificates in my office, and
    has made application for tax deed to is-
    sue.in accordance with law. Said certifi-
    cate embraces the following descriLed
    property situated in Washington county,
    Florida, ta-wit: the nwi, of ne ot section
    l,tp2s, r 14w. The said land being as-
    sessed at the date of the issuance of such
    certificate in the name of Unknown. Un-
    less said certificate shall he redeemed ac-
    cQrdingto law. tax deed will issue there-
    on on the 23d day of June, A. D. 1904.
    Witness my official .-ignature and seal
    [i. s. this the st day of May, A. D.
    W. C, LOCKEY,
    Clerk Circuit court,
    of Washington County, Florida.
    Notice to Creditors.
    In Court of the County Judge, State of
    Florida. In re Estate of R F. Brackini.
    Washington County.
    To all Creditors, Legalees, Distributees
    and all persons having Claims or De-
    mands against said Estate:
    You and each of you are herel)y noti-
    fied and required to present any claims
    and demands which you or either of you
    may have against the estate of R. F.
    Brackin, deceased, late of Washington
    Co nty, Florida, to the undersigned, ex-
    ecutrix and execut -J of said estate, with-
    in two ycArs from the date hereof.
    Dated May 5 h, A. n., 1904.
    N Notice of Administrator.
    (Of Annual Sottlement.)
    In Court of Counly Judge, State of Flor-
    ida. In re Estate of G. W. Jenks.
    Washington County'.
    Notice is hereby given, to all whom it
    t^ii}onicern, that on the 5th day of No.
    ,Vci-BA." 1904, I shall present fi:.al
    returns of my accounts as administratrix
    of the estate of G. W. Jeuks, deceased, to
    the Honorable J, R. WellD, Judge of said
    Court, as Judge of Probate,. andask for
    their approval, and my discl.arge from
    said adniniistratorshi|.
    Dated May 5, A. n. 1904.

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    No 4
    12:35 n'n
    2:22 p.!im.
    4:22 "
    8:25 "

    No, 2
    11:05 pin.
    1:02 a.m.
    2:55 "
    7:30 "

    Effect April 14,

    e Pensacola, A
    New Orleans,

    Lean v



    No. H
    5:00 a.m.
    2:33 aum.
    12:30 'n
    8:0 0pau.

    No. 1
    4:00 p.m.
    2:30 '"
    1:25 *'
    9:30 am.

    No. 2 No. 4 No. 1 No. 3
    11:05 p.m. 12:35 p. m. Leave P.nsaoola Arrive 4:00 p.i. 5:00 a.m.
    6:15 a.m. 6:30 Arrive Montgomeay Leave 11:15 a.m. 9:35 p.m.
    11:59 9:12 Birmingham 8:33 4:05
    2:30 8:50 a.m Louisville '" 9:15 p.m. 2:45 a.m.
    7:20 11:59 (Cincinnati 6:00 11:15 u.m.
    7:20 p.m 1:30 p.m. St. Louis 4:lc 8:55
    No. 21 No. 3, No. 2 No. 22
    Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily
    1-4:55p.m. 7:00 a m. Lv Pensacola. Ar 10:50 p). inm. 6:30 p. m
    12:15 n't 7:13 Bohemia. 10:37 6:06 ",
    12:20 7:16 Yniestra. 10:34 601 "
    12:23 7:18 Escambia. 10:f2 5:57
    12:35 7:25 Mulat 10:23 5:45
    12:39 '" 7:28 Harp 10:21 6 5:40 1
    12'50 7:35 Gait City 10:15 5:27 "
    12:58 7:39 Miltou 10:10 5' L 5 40
    1:30 a. m .... Good Range .... 4:55 5
    1:55 8 S:15 Holts 9:35 I:35 "
    2:20 8:30 .Millikan 9:20 4:111
    2;33 8:38 ('re.,ttiew :3 : 4:3
    3:00 8:,6 Deer Land' .813:5. i .." .-..-.-. .. a
    2 :3. 9:f0 T^>B?.y Heade -:40 3:lr -
    4:0? 9:35 DeFuniak Springs 8:18 243
    4:18 9:44 Argyle 7:44 2:31 "
    4:40 9:57 Ponce de Leon 7:29 '-' 213 *
    5:00 '" 10:10 '. Wetville" 7:17 1:55 "
    5:08 "l,:15 Caryville 7:12 1:49 '4
    5:33 10:30 Boifay 6:55 1;27 "
    6:00 1"7 Chb-pley 6f:37 1:04 "
    6:.0 11:07 Cottondale 6:18 12:34 OB
    7:00 11:25 Marianna 6:o 12:'14 *'
    7:40 11:45 Cypress 5:38 l;t5 a m

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    S Mlistletoe and Holly.
    Hanging rooms with holly wreaths
    and bun,-hes of misrtletoe is a time hon-
    ored custom which c-an be traced to the
    days of the omwan saturnulia and even
    early Persian customs. Our own custom
    of decorating our rooms at Christwas
    comes more Imu.dhtitcly from ancient
    Germany. where -' vergreens werv hung
    in honor of The muldwinter festival.
    The Druidls s',d to cut the mistletoe
    from thelr sacred oaks with elaborate
    ceremony. A goldenn knife was u.sed
    to sever the parasite from the tree.
    During the ceremony two white bulls
    were sacrificed, and music and proces-
    Bional fornied part of the rite. The
    groves of Moon;a, once the favorite re-
    treat of thr British Drluids, were cut
    down by *e all con-piPring Honvana
    and have pussed fri-'m the popular men-
    cry, bot the miutletor, which the old
    Dritda called "'.,il heualin.," is still an
    object of voner,'atin. In some parts
    of England a berry Is plucked from the
    mistletoe, for ep\ei kis- tbhat Is given
    under it. andl wl,''n tiO're are no more
    berries left L, LuorC kl.,',iSarea lI'W('d.
    Altrunt llends.
    The hlad of lti' true ihniii-laiiher I \
    wide at the t'nhpl.'. If the hat i8 the
    exact length In nine, ,i.'rws out of ten it
    haa to be stretchl,-d siulewtys in order
    to make It fit. EInllsh heads are wide,
    but not so prontiiuO',d as those uf Ger-
    malus. Tl,'re Is monire of a "sliding
    - -- .liii.l:r.i.r.r T i ---- -. - -- ,.. , .

    length and rb;. 'h. Thie Celdc bead Is
    almost Invariably round or oval and
    Is without pronounced phrenological
    For general s-w, ,tL hips of the cranial
    protuberunce the lttli:in comes next to
    the Celts. either of the two besting the
    classic Greeks In that respect. Odd as
    it may seem. anatomists declare that
    the Turkish skull is almost identical in
    shape, size, etc., with that of the en-
    lightened inhabitant of the United
    The Vel liit Persia.
    D. Reas, a lecturer on Persia, says
    that thie veils worn by Persian ladies
    are more of a privilege than a punish
    ment. Screened behind It woman may
    walk wherever she pleases, and even
    her oWn husband dare not question her
    mov1nments. Doubtless ntiinny Persian
    ladies make the most of their opportu-
    nities. Th'e Persians, as a rule, do not
    think It right to t "ke wine. but as near-
    ly all their poetry is in praise of the
    flowih L bowl it will be inferred that
    they friequoutly do violence to their
    ('ons.ielIce. ( -1ci1i'onally, however, they
    are sized with t'emor;i, wb!ereupon
    they destroy the wine of their Armie-
    1i4an neighbors. *

    The fenonm.. in'.intt begins young.
    The little g4:'l w lo'worte her new cloak
    for tihe first tim" in an east wind was
    not thinking of the east wind. HIer
    mother. however, was, air she sug-
    S. gsted that people who al-Towed their
    eloaks to blow over their heads some-
    .OBes caught cold. "Oh, no,, mother,"
    observed her daughter complacently.
    "You don't catch cold when its such a
    pretty lhinng!"

    For Sale!
    We offer ftr sale a strip from the
    south side of the nort-Sh half of the
    2lorth west quarter of section 10, town-
    ship 4 south, range 14 west, running
    from the school house to Watson bayou,
    adjoining Millville on the south. Will be
    iold in acre, quarter, or half-acre lots.
    The price asked will be according to
    location. W. A. EMMONS & CO.
    -%= t s._
    50 YEARS'


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    showing all the more important
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    r'ien of coast line, extending east-
    ward- from, liyer'`. Poi,.t to and em-
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    SI'Afl ByIM
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    Jean Lindsay passed dowvn the long
    hospital ward with firm, quiet step.
    The blue giughimm and ample white
    apron of her nurse's dross hung In
    loose folds around thie tall, gracious
    figure. The sputl'is bands at wrists
    and neck only si rved to show up tlhe
    fine whiteness of her skin. Her suowy
    cap rested on thick waves of bronze
    Dexter Gurat dr,'w bachk into tite ,eor-
    ridor and.. watching her, wondered if
    the time would ever come nwhon he
    could see her move thuts toward him
    and not flinul his whole belng stirred to
    its very cente-r.
    The day. nojarly a year before, when
    he had laid his hoart at hier fe,.t was
    like ta badly hbealed scair In the doctor's
    life. It had apparently passed out of
    her recollf-etion.
    She gave hlin her hinul with a gmlle
    of good comradeship, and together
    they made thiLr usual morning round
    t ,'.t N: ..f..-* r .,-V- Lr L uir t e-t t h --

    Sir v-m -

    *.10's -i in i.i'aP 1t 'o- 'siiak- v her e'oino~. too'
    a I-'t '. h 2 5ra[.

    w Ir ~ t'i ii ir t:~ 'eat I N Unuiient lirtpi
    tInd.ii iut in t:I li, hol' hr'of her face.
    ]i -j I-,~..u l' Nl- mde hot'rouind of
    lit v I, r-1 s t-1 'i' 'i'nwar- of .9 [1IA
    ,F h'Irl.'iit 1--s lj -i'f uonir ter utluvc,
    'III' ului"Iui'd :Ia''It -,he saw l'itI f
    -a'' ~' h:;ILi~j- l'idl11-d ia'opu ('ryifl
    ad. switlyto 10:4 zdre. kn'-'t an'
    ha'a uin)i~iii hiu-r arms.

    a I' u.i I,,ni ~wenit around hier

    "I wiU'H it All --tto c'11n". too." h(, wiuls
    it -rwd wi t I .qlhiv'r'rg lipsi.
    'li. 9011 lwhit-h lutindlidulaeavy a round
    Tvaiu's hv'tr't :L!! J---3 ,, eIn 1'---r throat.
    fic- d ;.' )t'%,.v:.n't IRICto noptnow-
    1t1I-'I ~ she 5;inuI tUenOItly.
    "Ttell'. T 1hot' oy pi.-Alled hr-r from'
    lim i anrd l&uok''d 1l1ip l"O hr- l -11'lit
    a~ ~ ~~I v w.1d .uin' t i an!:t\''-I -IyJ
    !~-Ilmil,. mm; lIi'- s11 'v But hu
    a Id 'tx siisCt nny use a -k1 ing yoi ; thbai
    o~ I-Ak I]d oul onkce to go 1awaywI mthI.
    !u nto :a b( -iut:itful pi~tuec n-l to live

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    Jean bont smdldenly and kissed him-"-

    Aittle Lad thought she had never look-
    'd so l1aoutiful, but he was not sat;-.
    lcd. He put his hand against. 1,
    -reast and pushed her back until 1
    -fld Soo her fice.
    "aou youi--- i ho wi: to n,1ck rO
    ga"in?" h' :1 pl"a:-.',! w-vstf !':v.
    'i l.t h W 't,- [ +'}'T i (" O .,' :O r -'; iii [ I "
    )O0,(J;U. 1,0s l i' tea;! V' \ ,i hi i; .' ..
    "Yes. dear Litti-' Lad." -i, ,\.i ',
    'I would."
    lie could hardly s!.oI) ti'it nv.'jiu w\'i'
    AS ltu igiui. t l'c [i i e tIiOrii \% l''. i
    -anite e'o V lS in his whl;"l A"':-' ' t. Ia
    ';ng the d]o r 1by which thi' ,,,'.:., w.,''."iH,
    .nter, d-ld. as he s-aw h.it hp I:"l ''p
    hitise!f by the arms of i.s &.';,i; i;i
    teO \a'4t ailJilost stanudlin '. "[i. ,!'! ri,
    ainow th:at Joan ind : !T.,',d ht '. !-.
    lor fr'in. t h' othe(,r e('n<1 a ,]im it': \',':i
    owaird 10im.
    "She said"- he hwd to k-.1i; .ind :.w.i,

    'shei' s !id- -.e w vonm j .I :-' -..' s.ridT--if y:,
    *'vas to a ,k hlw' ;:,-nill --.11k Wotuld'",t' i

    iurs'i's (>,y C V -. \ t 1,' i' 1 the w ,i''.'
    ,l oi r to 1 h, wo.' :o;. t w v. 1.!1 .. uod. be'w ::
    it. A, ( a.-1 c" lnpod to0 iti fu'c'. 'I:("-
    wAr.s an ' -i ttr' silo' usII. ss upon Ii:'.
    grnci!ous fi.'1u'f t hat -:,-iW. the blood
    bounding through l 'i. ,i,'ns,. .He tool
    a step forward, zand the strong han'
    whkrh he l ', l out sL-ook..
    "Will ynnt" '.' h' a-'kei !r e ly.
    Jean laid her own within it with a
    looked ti'at bless'd.
    ''I wnlit to go, ev4en iore .th.'n LTAttle
    Lad docs'" she said. -

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    i .-i.i't 1-i.Iy ) they're gols' to
    it tIff to the mnost pitpular lady
    1r.3 '. I'fate wK3 suddenly lilu-
    I course you cnn go, Andy. There
    'be IInii-l! loiu,' here tonight. Be
    I .;u!it 3you1 to do sonie voting
    e." lIt, laid a five dollar bill on
    IMl0l. ".Miss B-ntley must huve
    . ir-': ,,"
    cour.;e --he will. Everybody likes
    Mirlain." sn;.''. ailly devouring the bank uote.
    t we wniut her to be so fir ahead
    otl.or girls thut they won't be In
    Inning. S ',? Now. you vote that
    S!,~, itve It changed and vote
    i rtier nt a tinie."
    vy iu.nldtd nn-1 then, filled with
    ,ince. turned to go.
    it a minute."
    mrny drew a pad toward him and
    is pentil nervously. But at last
    ot wv nfiulshed and carried away
    e elated Andy. It read:
    Dear Miriam-1 am sorry that I
    it be with you tonight when you win
    pize. for of course you will win ItL
    ,"l1 ol for me, and when It Is over
    yuii s.-n.J me word ho many votes
    e'e'ril?1 1 ask very little, and It Is
    doIy ',.i.wn here. I must stay because
    's irrnile of some sort up the line.
    it T, trouble
    u-n in my heart sinco we ciu.r-i-
    nt out into the passenger
    iurk",1 B Ieet where

    ht. 'fr(S- t]- towi aitl shone-"
    Theu. with a sigh, hlie returned
    Little office, locked the door and
    Shhl mslf on the carpet covered
    for a nap. Ile was roused by a
    ).all at lils keyboard.
    iiiible bring ahong the line,"
    the'little tJdkolr. "Al Reeves, with
    ig of Swedes. has slipped out of
    Keep sharp lockout for No. 3."
    3 was the D. It. and O.'s crack

    trail It carried the mall and the bulk
    of te cross continent passengers.
    Mirray was wide awake now. He
    weft the rounds of his little station,
    mnaing sure that all was secure. Then
    he xamIlned his revolver and laid it
    within easy reach on the table and sat
    stare ng at the Instrument while he re-
    vieIed the dangerous points between
    BronsvUlle and the stations east and
    wesl There was the cut seventeen
    milleA east. It had once been a favor-
    ite spot with train robbers, but little
    harx could come there from a derail-
    muen*. The one dangerous spot was
    the Jamison arroyo. below the town
    by three ailes at least. If No. 3 was
    stalld there and the fast freight hap-
    pened to whirl after it round the curve,
    as It usually did now that the time
    card was demoralized by weak service,
    there might-
    Murray closed a nervous hand over
    his revolver. Nothing must happen.
    He sat thus with straining ears for
    half an hour. To him it seemed as
    If hours bad passed when suddenly
    he beard a faint tap at the outside
    door. Very cautiously and with re-
    volver In hlinni' hi- stepped to the door
    and asked In a tirm, clear uice,
    "Who's there'r"
    "It's-it's nie-- Miriamni."
    Almost dropping his revolver, Mur-
    ray threw open the dour aud drew the
    girl luslde.
    "Mirltamlu" he g;ispod and led ber into
    ^.tJj^. ejo LL-._ .

    end she pau.sed.
    "Little TLd ls sittihg up,". she said,
    smiling with the triumph o0 one who
    had won a hard battle and lii the way
    By a sunny window he sat in, his
    wheel chair, a little figure even for
    eight years, in the loose hospital suit
    of gray flannel. The doctor himself
    had brought him there nearly three
    months before, a shapeless bundle. He
    had been plucked from under a horse's
    hoofs in the street. No one seemed to
    care to lay any special claim to him.
    and yet he was undoubtedly the child
    of refined parents.
    For weeks Garst and Jean Lindsay
    had fought with death for this one
    small and apparently superfluous life.
    There were times when the doctor gave
    up hope, and nothing but the strength
    of inherent motherhood in the woman
    seemed to keepl the child alive.
    "HFlow Is the little lad?" the doctor
    would ask as he entered the ward
    morning after morning, and "Little
    Lad" he became to every one in the
    As he took a feeble hold on life again
    his wiole starved little heart went out
    and laid hold. on these two l,',l'h'. his
    doctor and nDise, with a mightiness of
    love which almost hurt him at times.
    Jievould lieH in his cot and. watching
    the doctor while he made his rounds.
    think that he must be V'ery like the
    man, about whom Nijuqe Lindsay "had
    told him, who once .lived upon the
    earth and healed all the sick.people
    and loved little children. It nuver oc"
    curred to him to associate the beauti-
    ful story with the name hlie had so of-
    ten heard In blasphemy In the street.
    But he looked at his own doctor and
    fert "hn0 it must be true.
    A light. might vuiddo'aly have been
    turned on inside the small body, so
    Swift was the r'udi,,c'e which .,ivr,,',d
    his face aa Jean and her companion
    Came in ';Ight. Garst sat down neai
    the wheel chair and, taking one small
    band, beat it softly against his broad
    open palt#
    "Next week," he said, "I am going
    to run away into the country with
    Little Lad for a few fore I go abroad .." ,
    Jean, ldniJsay cold, not quitef consees
    the start lis, words gave her, but she
    held her voie steady.
    "Then tihe long contemplated course
    at Bonn is to be an accomplished fact
    after fll'," She said.
    "Y;'n." The doctor did not raise his
    Little Tlad i'-d looked from one t(
    the other in vague .bewIlr-miiIt.
    "L'ut. It-st of mS1," first t went on.
    "Little Lad and I will haive'plerhaps a
    IVho0le Week at a spie'mild place I know
    of, witere th-'re are tall pine trees and
    ,i big lake.'
    lie wus wAiteling the boy's face and
    saw how the delighUt which his words
    called up beet-ie slowly clouded.
    N "Wiil she come1 to,?" lie motioned-
    with his handi toward the nurse.
    Garst retimained silent. The child
    turn'ii to Jeanii.
    "'WOtY't you coni0, too?"' hei pleaded.
    H1 .';l tlIe lwcgation in her face
    even .'t"forC lie slowly shook her head
    and fthi' g t:r., h' toward the doctor.
    "M h' hecr Ole! Make her come
    too." he hbegd l.passisolately.
    .Io .n s-npfi.l hurriedly and(, putting
    af('k the da kilh -d ti. -
    "1':i air possible. Little Lad," she said quietly
    anid :'.'e'd ;iwway down the corridor.
    n,, +'v'!i as she did so an intense
    1 ,ysh'al we'ariness s$o,'|npd to have' 'p-
    -:' '., i! ,,'., t, t-'r. .li' fit lt -iitiing in
    t.,, 'i, -'; ot' tie h ,Lt'rnuing unn-
    ''Ira' ,II.i. r.;itr;g!;' u, p h ah r T nd. jeush-


    t i

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    P uowmug all thP lari\- il,. ,sei, elf by
    the V'6iiciIInati ( ,jrnpatiy, a\^,, l.,cate,
    'r'arrsonr, Parker, Cromainton and
    aidjAcfent country. The i plat of the
    ,)>ts is not shown, but by the aid of
    tlio, map'the approxi,,ate locatiou of
    any lot is easily determined. Price
    Otne I)>llar, at the BNuoy Office.
    M tnertyr l ri- \ e.'-+ ho C .on- t v >'I '..il t

    I :i '- ." .'. ', t. :0 1 ti:,n tr' iini T-r rore-
    .. ,; ., *^ ,. !.'' i: Ir p.t d nt: '' ,U <.if
    **' i' ; ,. il .-.'o r nitl i.it lt :i d ish-
    turne'. atl, ./leaned :t;,-iinnt an open win-
    dow. In place of the bre red brick
    w;ls of the m'ses' horne o:,',':."ite shi,'
    seemed to see a Ivi-sta of tall trees, with
    the .Ioctor :ai1 LittLe Lad lying on the
    soft pine u eedle's- beneath and the wa-
    ter nlapping idiy at their feet.

    m i1 0 )4"4'II~ ||^', 0|i iln Lm iy i
    the ordini" ii.itL Luill o sud-
    den d iss;:ui''mi c'..ii \i ,ii'h y,'hlcl ly to pacific treatment. It had bepen
    a prolonged, quiet struggle between
    capital and labor, with no iiplparent
    gain on either side, tbt an atter-ipt to
    install a yard force of "scabs" at Mid-
    ford Junction haid pr.,-.ipit a.tt.l nriTiv',
    demonstrationLs. Seeds of trouble had
    hA-nV.w xVih oir~a -rl -

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    W- 4LL] i 'I Nv I d:. .I '.., Jo*n

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    pollii doll(.. tolth.at r Il.

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    P it cpL1.W tcrone bits la thor replird:
    ];it Irt I''nrlt ainotluer''. She Oilc"''l
    i '.11 il~~~o". 0111-

    to denote loft hnifidednw-s are also
    found. In Iorset It is scrumep handed.
    and In Devonshilre coochy handed. In
    Scotland we find gawk handed, and In
    tbhe west cawry banded. in lrelaunI1 i
    left handed man is called a klthoue.
    Mr. Tim Healy used this word in a
    speech at Enst Wicklow. In which he
    said that Mr. O'Kelly could fi.h-lit with
    lhis left haud d a hnd ul aninvy given
    his opponi.t siime ''i-itbogues'' Ibhat
    would spoil hi, !piitlci:,ll;iuty during
    the conte.t.--l.-idoin Chronlcle.

    Snap IVVent thir Trap.
    "My fitliter lias itJw;-y. told me," be-
    gan E'lI':ir. "tNit p!'.-tty girls make
    poor wives. Now. when I marry It
    must bo n airl wlho Is not pretty at
    all, but one who I-s possessed of the
    home loving in-tincts, one whbo is ui-
    selfisli ai n.1"-
    "Oh. .Mr. Montgowiery-FEdgar-thiu
    Is so sudden, but you may ask papa!'

    Ncv,'r tuLtke' friends with the devil., r
    monkey or a boy. No man knows wbhat
    tht-y will do next.-Rudyard Kipling.
    Acute Rheumatism.
    Deep tearing or wrenching pains, oc-
    casioned by getting wet through; worse
    whei at rest, or on first mov'In' the
    Iil,,,i)iJ-A',,.in cold or damp weather, i.
    oerud Quic.vly by Ballard's Snow Lini-
    ment. Osc%.V Oleson, Gibson City, illi-
    (9.noi., writes, .b. 16,1902: *,A tar auo

    I- wa riroiDien .w itn a p wn in my DacK.
    It .-.oon got so bad I could not bend over.
    )One battle of Ballard's Snow Liniman'.
    cured me. 25c, 50e, $1.011 at the Trading
    l'ost, St. Andrew, Fla.


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    L.en r.'lie ,.l. at,,pt I'r.'. Ir .i .ur dr,,g0'dl. do.u Iot
    h&ve th-.',i .-'LJ d .,r urde'i Iu the
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    Corner of Bayview and Wyomine Avenues on Bay Front.
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    \h.t you ccan'; h til at ay othller Sitre, cuie I,,., the R A C K E T
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    -Hand t(~~ ur o'i:ae ilnV i le gr- m'den. It
    VI t' ki-il IPIPth; the "'eiviht. thle block to
    tilhu he h)iunda' iS-~tttat'iiei kveps it in the
    gt'0(iinid-, auul te letilu ot.1OF lP10%1ifig-is regirfated
    lay t lift, u~thl~e iand Vs 4 A rImy vor g uirloidtenl
    VI '". cai handle it %%ithl p tf1- ee. ease. It has a
    4-iltril :,to. wl q.1 110.,-l IhtluigtOf whieuh makes
    1lL 1)1(.%% li~tht qf ir rtaft. It "has five 'bladE.,.: i&h
    lIaI-Ilhuu-' 1114,11, 21 a shov~el'', a -'U%.Lp(T lw lej-' I e ing
    1.1,1.10, -1 a btllI-tone-ult*,j 5 a rake. W\reui~ei
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    A Conqueringl Fawn.
    A snmbhur fawn I possessed in India
    of thbe age of four to six months mnde
    a -r:ct. v, of c c;tnip 111o the ('(.niipolin(d and tld ,:
    wit li ovePr'y app-.r.mn.el of eonsilerinm
    It the gr te,,qst po-sible fun. 'T'he do;'s
    on the thebr h:itl, lled with their t.ils
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    IVIETTO ii a ielicious, le-
    ,'e-ihg beverage malade t'ron rip
    Saw Palnimtto Berries. Abso-
    ii el t lionIt perniciousl harinilnl
    lui1gs. Mcttot stimulates the Liver,

    dPnu1ly Iiuit.a-inpe it.'wlf to be the guard-
    inn nr, il protector of tle i pstalilshlmnt.
    Shlnvo a vivid pl'turo in my 'recollec-
    tion of the gentle little beast trans-
    formvnd Into a n perfect fury, its coat
    Iil'lkliT!s on end to make it look twice
    its usu:tl size; head and tall defiantly
    erect. staniping sharply on the thresh
    old with ltI dainty forefeet, demon

    Tlihleves and Biblem.
    PBI-les are smid by detectives to be
    IIp r'r i'; ry io,''n I!h:ii anyt o'lwr oh-
    t 'i. ''l'i'- is i ,it l, i .:' l! ',l',s are
    r .;)1'tlkl'5: to 11 tlHi'i. I.*I I ..- :;ti SP fepw
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    caeaa hP-i -te *tit,. 'i tle house,
    a r.'j~-' '11i i-''' ". 4 J ui ll e1ft

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    c"t icc '' 0 1.i ~~ Ilul. d1. nook
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    ebuald "he--Wz 100 -K"4.
    In W& :ani~ ce-'~nit'. .

    Possib,-ly o im i'cI;'aL''-v -l

    by Im mu. iiLI ..a -W'I li- 110 VI

    hi os'ill s v', tin*K- ai n i*ii -v. -1. ~
    0011 in tLIC ~ :'r-I.: -i' a., I n

    LIOss in Utie' l' um 15 i It ~f;to i'L0
    night t.h-vina i i nl t I*i'- 1,'1)
    aid, wt xv li W W.:vb-'-rA :u Lb:k'.-1'
    ger boy, Atacv .i'.u -ia.a' i-tiIa I ll.
    entire 1). R.- ,mud I;. 'ir'-
    Young 3tlti'i':y W n.tiIplI it'Id 0
    work, and at itjy 'cIcr-a' t~uac' jh!.' cr
    to remain ti ilas p'Ir'-r I't':i
    hours wou.1l lia Vi'zPYt 'l iun aWit Ial
    all. Buit T 11v l al ujtof \%'il
    son, G a ~ :. I*r.~ -e'~ ;,1141 l I -v' I':.
    all clustertdi Amu: I aja;'l" v~'lir-.c
    Allriam iX'as st iciu. ro'-.:snil otla r
    homemade swe''I Uct':i 1- -!i'd hila lu-md
    were plungtAl ni'' I r-:'$ 'V
    his soul NWAs pliri.I. 'i~''e'In i~
    The idea of di :, yIl.. sj,4-jr!_.j, j.()'.
    ever, ia'-ver -k'at;4 u .-. c:a. T' I4i
    he dlid not 'Cu'IllyV r~-017ii- t hue (III ?r
    vvhI(-h heset'tho nr'idiar. This srike

    ness "-i', replied, with the calm-
    iguor f.4 the t'niinine mind which can
    to rti past grievtuct-s when it choose's
    you Obove them. "I wanted to thank
    IP jijor helping me to win that love-
    And ,i'z-, and i-well-I didn't think
    1 cof-could thank you quite as well as
    It 'lld."
    aid ,as full ten minutes before Don-
    the MIurray came back to earth and
    in-1n1reallzutlon that No. 3 was four
    hbis tps overdue. Just as he reachel
    corM -kand toward the iuetrument to
    tdo-r Oinuicate with the junctUon the
    a Iii 4 of thle outside room n t"',aked1. an'
    IniU0 1'ly forsr, followed by another ani
    an,1 e'. l'r,-s'.- nluteo the waiting rot'm
    nto AIir'-'Ii. i- it'i\V thi' siU:uili j;l tc' i nL'idil
    v-: [ in 'h .. ',''iit'4 r').i-cW i. M in.-r'iy di i not
    tr ..' i i' 11,, l s. r'i..i gl in I.-e I i 1b t'." u -
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