Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00207
 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: April 27, 1905
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: VID00207
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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* fi'At &'6601t S R. miii AT ST.- ANDREW, FIA.
Si'etusacoln; 2d District, J. P.- One Diolia~r a Year lu'^iawue.
t'~y s~~ rio
a~n. 1~~aF 2~-D4S'itEutpred Sept 3.- 191 ;% at St. Alidrewv,
cia ~ Fla., as secopi' class niallcr,wu-der
-~ ., A0.0~ Congr'rs of' March 3,it169.,


-1ry ALoin t e
F. C-a'ni'r, Wausau; Sarvey.
P, .ernoa; County- C
-,F .-. 11 F. Swindle, VerE
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,'-. ..1 ; *." : )t.ir;es. WV.
. .:, ,_.. ... j. L Ke; Deputy
W. .. i '. A. El
.,- '. ., -loi-rs, G. W Surb
p. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; P
tress, Zadie H. Ware.
diville-Postmaster, Henry
Constable, J. H. Daffln,
trker-Postmuaster and Notary
W. H. Parker.
llaway-Postmaster, M. N.
lunders-Postmaster, R. Pet
lanton-Postmaster, Andrew
lderson-Postainster, S. W.
est Bay-Postmaster, W. C.
urfee--Postmaster, James M.
yi-Postmistress, Mrs. R. Ga
ampkins-Postmaster, Emery
Syhead-Postmaster, 0. C. Tor
0ok-Potumaster, J. J Fowler
eiappo--Postmistress, Mrs. D,
lihouu County Cromanton-P(
ter Frank W. Hoskins. -
rm.i'1le-Postwaster, W. F.
ie northern mails, via, An
.iy, Bay Head and Chipley i
(very day except Sunday at
I'nlock a. m., arrives every d
'ept Sunday at 7:15 p. m.
,st ftay mail for Harrison, M
'nromaintoun, Parker, Pittsburg
"'aruidale and Wetappo leave
\iltI-1 every niortning excel
laiy at 5:30 o'clock, arrives,
wesat 7 (o clock p. m. .

ptist-Cliurch Wyoming ave.
ag Park St. Services at 11 a.
Sp. M. Sunday School eve
ay at 10 a. m. Rev. C. L.
:tnodist Episcopal-Church
ngton ave. and Chestnut st
school 9:30 a. m. every Sun
Lev. J. M. Conway, pastor.
8esbyteriani-_Church corner
Ave. and Drake St, Rev. 0.
phy, pastor. Sunday school
t. m. every Sunday, .John
rock, Supt.
tholic- ithurce cornucr W1
\ve. and Foster St.

arker Lodge No.
& J A.
74; liogular (on,
-I cautionss on th
and third Sa
in each miointh}
Visiting BrI
W. A. EaMONS.Secretarv
iputy Circuit Court Clerk and
Public for the State at Lar,
jurisdiction to administer oatl
sitidavits, legalize acku
aileutts, et,'., anywhere in
4 *i.' ..-l aItltenttiu n t:10it. O1 l;l
fyali i' a mi/ nl Inari ti g.- eret' i
i .: '] ,'r 1,: \v family iualilfi d
,. i ti t ,lii'"e. St. A
n .. -

tar' *'-', 'oI a.: t lat.
'.. oI Lo-ai
,,- '.J ,'lmo'natLi st. All r
work solicited 'and given pro
physician and Druggist. Comme
east of. Bayview, offers his
Rional services to the citizen:
Andrewfand vicinity. Hesid
Buena.. YLlA, avenue.
l)l. J. J. KESTER,
omoeopathic Physician and
cheur. Office Pioueer Drug
otary Puulic for the State
ida at Large. Office at Park
Conveyancing and payment
for aon-residents, specialties.
More Than Polite.
She--I hope. you were polite
ear? He-Indeed I was. I gay
ordeal Invitation to make hi
ay home.

Both of High and Mighty I
Miss Woodby-My great-grani
n my mother's side was noted
roud and imperious bearing
Tewitt-Indeed? Our servant a
ame, way. Catholic Standa

There are men who finally co,
'o to work when they can't
ving in any other way,-Phils

n ud wcI s ; m wiLU I1 vav.- II":I on e:1C1.
Not '.[e of tl:e lo.t I!-IIl if-en I-1'ldre sed
tL u 14 ;.N,j*ci eci t'i e lot haid been
mir~ri t f-ar I-e-. T! c v w're 1!.t, love let-
"t! iLtfl't!eharm?" Alm'1zId aske

A" ....... ' --'-- W-- of N.irth Ck.rulinal, Afr .' of TLe otlr-r wtn-in hh. 1Iernn i,,;.irr.il the
S.I. AI M-M ,i .MNSSouthel .nunbhli1e,;-shows e 1e- thtint t ,) -
I~-i R PRI. I . ET) R.at io"" "th fll wing. lbt thor ,of t,.e letters. She was a brIght:
-- e l oDg l i ,r1,,,,ml. htTl e, tl.e. mh of
0 k D ray ad. rfsit, 30c. per inch per "Do you Know 1 think _Ht Tr.co- hlr various klJrt.1 to t;.c ..opinot curl
p 1 h .4'I.r vn ttro ihir.; 'f) t: eop t m o
14, mcqrh.- osufiqr and extaordjnmit tyV peraHthg ror Sushinao inra j onth of her fTr hair. and sP hal kept as
st.-'' .iditi.an rates subject t to ai.al / .n t m-any men wr.ippel ir.,uIl her small-
met to do wonder et finger Ps there wuer-, rings around
'thl "LucaL-Dri 5. Der line, fiel.. -iher- whose ititere6st are in this par; the the other ,ven. An author oC love let-
ti 2. uequent. Qplar world? 1 am sure I caD get yo ny tr hore or) be. So. -when he finally de-
oealJitddubme ab eates "h "' r n m ru cllOe, uponrFred.,theplstleofs Joe. audd
( t 'f this p argp' .i obecked with a -* i the sb, lu Wi had fmnd a tuAtual reng p
petcil it is^,anii ., that, -09r Itt~te Oltjg. to.SCuther5yb,|r; I'naa U to at the bottou nf a ie.trern:ly dalnty
^' c d ption ha'-'Pt -tha,:'BraPch Presidenz-Mrs. tWA.Blmon.- to. yft '.^ tu. "! at, hwh ors
AV r-...S 1.1d.I th-
On, r V p i In the roon, the girls had 1an"nted to-
. .. .. .. ... ... .. l"t. lit-
dent, Stt -> d ^ ""* ," State PrBsidentaMr'.. Mary Bradt., ant.a.s6 on yur suti t pirogramtwlt i '.na
r, THE PART HEFER. Chur Jacksonville, 'l. t-i wom we know iir uul ed across tem an.] couple of pr.
on; A. pleaseom 3 to r 3ece1ve t, Wt icals contaliulh verse from the pen of

Porter, A" Aetor'e Success May No Depeid "Have you had a kindness shown? a convention of our nearby o then Of thepthressible mnWill had be.most
t Wash- on the Number of HI- Line.. Pass it on; Of the three men Wll had been most
xon. An actor, known variously as "expe- 'Twas not given for you alone, sLates in Jacklaonille next winter? In earnest. The anftifnwon of the mar-
Peace, rienced," "reliable" and "good all Pasz it on; I believe we could do it. Co-ope'ation rihicago newspaper and to work fr The
A. Enm- round," one who has been said to "play Let. it travel down the years,. Chcagllo newspaper and to forget. The
Clerk, with authority," and whose "scholarly Let it. wroe another's tears, will do wonders. Cora G. lIaut pr." latter part of this purpose was ser
mmons; reading of his lines" has been the sub- Till in heaven the reed appears, forth beautifully In oue of the letters In
)er, Sr., ject of frequent eulogy, walked out of Pass. it on." the packet.
'ostmis- i mhs fi o Mce with a roll of type- Anne Starey., who had written "on
written m;anuscriLpt clutched tightly in Motto-Good Cheer. space" for a living since girlhood ndil
Bovis; his hand and a look 9f blended joy and Colors-Yellow and White A TAKER who had never had a sweetheart, hadl
Publl, elation Irradiating his well seamed State color-Deep Orange. rescued the bundle from the JapanIes
bi face. Flower-Coreopsis. CRUMBS waste[.islket. She reonallel Will us r
Carlisle. "I've got my new part," he ed oy- Son- cattle Sunshin" fine, broad shouleri young fellow
ers. ously to a hund whom he met on the t.e e who up to the time that Le had 'Pai-t
Allan. sidewalk, it's great." Florida Sunshine, the vear book of By Channing Plot visiting her chum, a few months be
Ander- "Indeed~ his friend. "What's the International Sunshine Society. fore, had ild no attention whatever t'
S the chara4 states tht Fri te Couriht, 1904, b ChanaingPock the large mouthed, sinmill no'.ed, intel
Holley. "Dunno,'the Thespian cheer- states that, Forida e are lectual girl who always made a pit
1Viurfee. fully, "but ,#simply great. If you twenty seven branches re ri' 0 having an enlargement m iniewhere with.
y. don't believe me just heft this." And with a general membership of 3,0 ". "he red sun slipped over the kdge In ten minutes of the hour of his ar
Tomp- his friend proceeded to "heft" the type- The state color is deep ordne; thi of the earth and left her sittg there. rival Anne never te notice
npkins. written roll, remarking as he handed t deep Ir She was very lonely. Afterinioment and she didn't e. pf- t it. She pr'aii
It back that it must weigh at least half ty-five bulletins are taken i, FliRola. she walked to the window and beanu ly forgot heing simiL',ed afnd r-ulenu
yer. a pound. Three newspapers, the Times-Union, reading her letter for the fiftieth time. bered only that on,-e Will halu preosel
If this good all round actor had pos- Dear Lady o' Mine' was its first line- her hand quite tli1:tly while Ie said
ostma- sessed anyd realknowledge of hisacrafts Jacksonvitle; St. Andrewl Bun ani 'Dear Lady o' Mine.'" "Little woman. I think you urnmdrstaau
he would have known that the failure the Florida Agriculturist, give gen- Anne Stacey's lagigard fingers drop- what this means to un-."
Wood- he scored was due to the fact that his erous space to Sunshine t-,. ped fran the typewriter keys into her Iecolle'.r-tng thIs. Anne h it amlopte
half pound .part was one of those lap, a ijd she whiipered the lat words the letters. At irst sibe h:,i e jioye,
worthless ones which read Well and Ninety-eight dollars anti twenty- of the p-Aragraph to herself 4jmpst Ion- their only as loee letterb--leit tr. \whii
deson "heft" well, but which afford the play- four cents for Sunshine work has ingly. The story was too nearly fin- were real and which said just whia.
depart, er no opportunity to do anything pleas- been sent to general headqiarter, eIsl to be written all over ainh and she had been making hi. pe. e 4.
dgpepaurts hcadqrm~irtems yet that was the very phrase which for ever so long. 'T1 hn, as the (d-iu'r
ay ex- When Mr. Palmer gave out the parts Last year it aided the bazaar at an- opened the note lying at her ilde. tion of the bright little (creaturiie itn.
for the first production of "The Two nnal convention by contribution ol To erpitomize the romance of herown to be realized as an ell.ess dsertio.
:illville, Orphans" there was one roll of manu- licurosfe ws oe thing, sbe thought; to use and s hbe wade no new friends, those
, Cook, script that was the lightest of all and Its language was another. Por an in- ardent n,.,t. h.,d ,.,nmrii.nc.e,d to seen
es St. weighed so little that the part betters The state sAinds out much iea,'in staint she was disgusted at tho.recollec- her v%-ry own Their author was he:
Pt su-. in the company turned up their noses matter aud clothing to those %ulo tlou thit she had intended to 'ffer any love. She rca-' them over and ove,
coming in scorn and turned pitying glances on part of the little history forwale, and and over, making them more persona.
the young actress to whom it was as- need it. she was about to tear the igte from with each reading. For three year,
signe.. Yet tL.t was the part of Lou- The ten cities leading in comntribi- the machine. Then came th'eation. she fed her hungry soul with them
front-ie, the blinh d girl, and Miss IKatek.x iot a-ro: Genwood, $.13 ~5 ;Si be renmpnrmbered bow t erapty and then, being temporarily destitute
f ront-di to's pel grlranc Ms ot ra C -e GAn $1 'Q hours she had spent In fau AL npt to of Ideas for stories. It had occurred to
.y Suan the popular memory long after every Andrew, $12.40; Switzerland, ,9, force something purely imaglty from her that they were the clew to one
Joynue, other character in the piece shall have Huntington, $6.93; D) L-ind $6.0U; her brain. She knew the stoirhe had ready made-a story of which she was
been forgotten.-James L. Ford in Har- Jacksonville, $5.24; Welaka, $4,31; .lived and written was an *resting the heroine.
Was- pe's Weekly story and] that she could di-sne of it. "A Taker of Crumbs" was duly fin-
Sunday per's Weekly. Sanibal, $4.30; Lake Corno, $3 ;"9; After auhilethe tired flngera returned shed that very night and dispatched to
day. MODERN CITY LIFE. Matthews, $3. listless-ly to the keys. and th .entrence the mail box in charge of the young
In her niinl stjguered across. 'e white woman In the room adjoining, who was
orai ae Ape e We are called upon tto tmonrn tile shetet t.,,re her. going out to buy ice cream. Anne
. D9:30 the Home. death of Mrs. Cornelia J. ''iii.\ TI e: o; I of t;,e prOnession nl tbeOn thought about it a great deal in the
at 9:30 the Home.
Stur- The passing of the home is the sad- Biscayne, one of our oldest Flurida re l.- 1 v.ten i.e l!rnnor I L rang. days that followed. A dozen times she
dest phenomenon of modern city life. Sunshine members. In srite l .\n," St,.,:."e t,1 thC corai'et mau- would have given the world to have
coming The tenement house, which we seek to hin-sioIne r-I I.. m-e 1 :leri adle note had it back, if only long enough to
disguise under the name of "flat," is a ble health, we know rnm In. r lettci s to a .-;m i;l bu,.l'- i.h. .I:e'. in b lmnreau have substituted fanciful terms for the
most wretched substitute for the hum- t le was a tr e Sunshine meni- .':- 'r'r. Tlhen lt e to l .lt I f hle ulr- ones she had taken from the letters.
142 blest of homes. Thatour people endure beI 8 ,th is extenre' to li e *r n11 i..irt-l l )r .-oft br.'it linir in "Dear Lady o' Mine!" Twice at night
them is an Indication of degeneracy, a ymp y s extended to ...,,'. be fae t't stared she dreamed that Will bad come out
J:/E. them is an indication of degeneracy, as
it will unquestionably be the cause of relatives and friends, and e-peciall' b r at I ',0 r w. i u .fjin lfit-sweet of the west to rebuke her for stealing
ietui-U a more rapid descent It is morally to the invalid husband, who surviveil In 1' .t'- t -t 't fro'm t ea tiful. his love words and to take the packet
1e irsr certain that the vigor of the race can TI o u;.:nt v: too lIr. t-hoiise too out of her keeping. At the end of a
iturday be maintained only by personal con- e s i..,!.. t, e:. --aun. iewi.ly r apart month she got a check from the maga-
tact with the mother earth from which t ro hn intel,., t::k-ai.t. biut or near. zine to which the manuscript had been
others we sprang, which nourishes us to her FANCY WORK. iy ,. -I,. ,:,wi fi'r that ycttrinue- sent, and after that she merely waited
bosom when we die. Why-this is, per- We put ourselves in what we do, whi.'h is w.irti s, miuchunb roro a ewo- for the appearance of the story in
W. M haps no one knows, but it is within the Our brains are in our fingers; ma:n. Anune had i een told th.e things type. When it did appear, illustrated
knowledge of all that the vigor of the And love leaks dainty labors through alr,-it froin tlo-o tine that l&r eldest with a picture of a very tall girl hold-
city is constantly recruited from coun- Like perfume when it lingers, brother h.1l Ien able to tallobut she Ing two extremely long arms toward an
. try life. To deprive children of daily sigl.i-d a~ she ,.rossed her tlnagom and astonishingly low door In the middle
contact with the soil is a sin. A useful 'it o(f graceful art wa!ke. into the hallway. .Amingled distance, she was surprised that no one
The evil of the tenement house was 'Neath fair hands swiftly growing, odor of .i-iatiu and burne(ieef as- seemed to take the least notice of the
Notary not realized until it passed from the Is of the maker's self a part, cended the stairs with thie aoise of tale.
ge; has slums, because few of us know how the And fell without her knowing. ruany voices Then the bell ra.g again, Anne went back to her work and
hs, take other half lives. It is perhaps not so and Anne went to dinner, j wrote other stories. By grace of these
owleg- desperate a misfortune to those who Odd minutes in a res-ful place She had expected to make e -ectlons and a kindly providence she was able
nl o live manual labor for y et their shall soothe the heart, in her story afterward andl pIost it to pay $7 to her landlady regularly on
my per- contact with earth in other ways, and And many a grace, rwhen nse went out for her i'c car Saturday evening and to take three
parties, their children, less vexed by the con- And yield our friend enjoyment ride. Instead, she unlocked the wer, car rides a week. Every Wednesday
iudrews mentions of society, find access to the morning she walked uptown and drew
soil by some means and pass, while .--M. G. Walsworth. .- 1 a little money from a newspaper for
still young, to the occupations of their A ns which she wrote a column called "Hints
parents. The most terrible effect of the A mother 's love is the divinest f-. tor Home Makers." She dined at 6,
tenement house is in the families of the thing on earth. Extolled in poetry ""/ I revised manuscripts until 10 and cried
F''- "salaried" class as distinguished from and in art, it is always a noble and / awhile over the bundle of letters before
Sthe "wage earners" and who flit from 'going to bed. Now and then she stood
e. Of flat to flat, seldom remaining long beatitiful theme. But wheu viewed at the window, looking out upon the
ine ave enough anywhere for home associa- fronm the standpoint of the practical hurrying throng and remembering that
Notarial lions to be formed. There can perhaps every-day .life of the child, who has not one person In all tHa-l tbrolr cared
,urpt. at- be no home associations worthy of the whether she lived or died.
name which are not connected with a not observed instances which prove h Three weeks after the publication of
piece of open ground in the sole pos- that even a mother's love may be- "A Taker of Crumbs" she founG iyti--
erce St., session of the family. It would seem instead of a blessing ? on the table in the lower ball an en'
profes- that In our larger cities this privilege come a curse instead of a blessing? newpa-
s of St. can no longer be enjoyed except by the When this love is blind to moral per on it. The postmark was New
ouce on rich.-San Francisco Chronicle. weakness and imperfection; blind to York. She climbed the steps leading
It Pleased the composer. te might in thought and action; to her room and sat down on her
It pleased the Coper. the right in tiOght an io; couch to read the letter; "Dear Lady

A curious story is told as to now roe blind to the needs of 'the present and Mine"-yes, it was addressed toher.
Accou- Rothschilds supported Carafa, the comn- te demands o "Who would have bellev thatth
Store, poser. The latter was far from rich. the demands of the future, it fails to "was so loving a little woman in there
His principal income was derived from rise above the physical level. When world? May I call tonight? That's
of Plor- a snuffbox. And this was the way of mother love encourages selfishness rather soon, I admit, but--well, I am
.er, Fla. it: The snuffbox was given to the au- and ingratitude, for the rights of very lonely too. Will."
of taxes thor of "La Prison d'Edinbourgh" by and ingratitudee Stacey got up and dropped
Baron James de Rothschild as a token equals and disrespect for the authori- the packet of letters in the Japanese
of esteem. Carafa sold it twenty-four y of superiors, condones irreverence wastebasket She locked the one let-
to papa, lJours later from whom It had been and laughs at deception and dishon- ter just received, envelope and all, in
ve him a samehjeweler from whom It had been her bureau drawer in a place left for
I house bought. This became known to Roths- esty, it is wanting in all ethical qual- a
child, Who gave it again to the mul- ity and develops in the chldd nwo
clan on the following year. The next eIt- rn of oeee,,
Vays. day It returned to the jeweler's. This thy ambitions and immoral lines of tbe Acarnanians were considered the
mother traffic continued till the death of the conduct which will become manifest Ba"E oo KU E 1r "mo',, la A mT ieit skilltul slinges of Grece. Tese
for her banker and longer still, for his Sons ALo Ii BIN mDEam weapons were used not only to throw
SMiss kept up the tradition, to the great sat- not only in the sehool but in ife. took out the packet of t and be- stones, but balls of lead, and In some
girl's the isfaction of Carafa. for, a nobler. type of mother love gan reading them. An vant by-' locaittlei, especially In tha plate of
ird and that will teach the child to be true stander would have notl -at none Marathon, many of these metal proseo-
Ritht Moan. -. i of them was Inclosed In Wanvelope. tles have been found. The relies are.
She-The man I marry must be "only ildit; to cherish the virtues ot There was every reason H should interesting from the lnscriptions and'
rnsent to a little lower than the angels." He (sud- Trffe, to be trustworthy and self-reli- have been hidden from th -ing gaze devices out upon them, which consist
make a denly flopplng)-Here I am on my antAnd to regard the moral elements in that manner, for they love let- of the names of persons and appropri-
adelphia knees, a little lower than one of them. ters. Anne had burned envelopes ate epitets, the legend in many cases
(He got her.)-New Yestk Weekly. in conduct more than wealth or hon three years before, doing r best to meaning when fully translated "Look
S. .. .t ,

L~the way up here to sort of even
S th When I got the straftight tary
of my at-auDt's will aba knew howt
infernally she ha d t "tted the Cref
IA Igirl I said to mjtael" tev6. t tAp to
i I ii -on to m e tra&s up there and tarrq
-- I m7 I imlB~ln / t oor ling.'"
By Martha S y cSD do it?" rauk as"
Wila a a starr red flashing Into IllS 1Ie9 f
McCulch- a liallone whbeeled'iupon him. "Lord,
\ ] 1'1" he d -. "Even I Teams twre
Coppngid. 1904. aitlia I an't- ma would turn down St.1r
.C ai louer. aCver hear of the Tomahawk
"A hundred dollar A .her dog .Ten ranch? Pretty complete outfit, if ID .
and her catl I call t a me-a tn it myentress, dond rell t'slac
burning shame" Amy Wta al old- in'd to h tre as thi t Miss Jogelo
Ing out herhandtoJocelyn, ly sII to h% aurn as thsMiss Jocelyr
sympathetic, but with o- gleam ofVsat- Es up aoan ye a tofTexastimber.
isfactleon in her eye. S he ought to be tbat. This lttle old
"I don't," Joeelyn Paid stoutly. tate of Tennessee raises abput thebest
"Aunty Berintha nev promised to gng. That's what made me WaitM
nnake r e rher heir. She did al she long. I've been knowing I needed a
id and more-gave te m e wife ever sluce the Tomahawk Te a t g
-with and loof frills the my eduaof to a fall draft of 2,O0uusteers,'but
-with a In of fr 's in the way oofex-h ,IldIt fetch Ikt to
tra trer ted me we o e andi gave mey 't o e f o o m
aso a cance o and gaver moe afterher. Now-well. l don't thiak ria-
sr'a t. Sle a nee of earning her money. t

..se .s -a .- laughe d -o a .h t .... Ai
earning would havebeen easy-to some '" ""3w.' "
!g rl," she said. "It only meant being ('halloner laughed. "VWhy, that yo'v .
a mlsslonnrv. You see, aunty felt that gone and cut me out before ever I .wa
she herself ought to have gone-aie rightly rut in," he said. "Ain't that "
thought she bad heard a call that way about right?" '
-but her terror of men and water was "I don't know.' Frank Interruptd
such she never could venture to an- "'but." doggedly, "if you'll come aloni '" "
swer It. She wanted me to fill the gap with me we'll very seen find out."
which she thought she had left In the "So you're going to tee her!" Chanl-
ranks. Then, too, the poor old dear loner ejaculated, with a whistle. Thed,
knew I'd spend her money if I got It rubbing his hands, "But you haven't
withtm thei missionary career In ihav, tol'ruie ta word about youtrnelf."
In, good Cties. And she did so hate Frank ran Into a bnie.f nccotiit of
good timnies! She simply couldn't be hlmsblf a they swtng along the streeLt.
happy utiless she was very miserable." Challoner llstenel atientlhely and at
"You stayed with her nine years." the close asked: ".Now. one tbing more4
Amy said In a voice of awe. Jocelyn are you right sure you ain't mortgagedl
.niontbed out her black gown and said property? I don't see how you can
-'neorfully: "Yes, and Im glad of it, help being, Uving here where folks
Towaie d the last she clung to me pilT- can't do much but marry, specially Bwo
eullyv-chlerd me her comfort, and all men. Oh, ho, I thought so!" noting
that. But it broke me all up to have Frank's frowning flush. "Now you
her ask my pardon for e wll, at peac up-the will, aspeupthole truth-before w
though I had a right to be hurt over It. go a step farther together,"
'I've lived so useless, child, I had to do "Would you ruin your life to please
a little good at the very last.' she said. other people?" Frank demanded.
So her der dear missonarie got everything Challoner looked at him narrowly,
but the place, and the family silver- "No man ruins his life except by dongf
they went to a Challoner down In Tex- wrong' he uaid. "Tell me the whola
1q. the last of the name. She hoped he tale, then I can Judge.i"
woEld rome back to live on the place. "Gee, but you are i! a sort of a box!"
Sonieitjw,e In suite of all her cranki- he said when he had heard the tale.
neis, shle kept the feeling of race. Fm Then, with a swift smile, "But it
not real blo,)il kin of hers, you know- oul.ti't to be hard to get ylou outi h
only her stepmother's grandchild." with two men Wanting to marry and
"Whien is he coming-this Texan?" two women ready to be persuaded."
Amy interrupted. "You don't mean?" Forank began,
Jo, rlyn laughed rogulshly. "Not at reaching for the other hand. Challoner
all. I suspect. Amy-Mamy. You'll have returned the clasp, but said oracularly,
to put up with Frank Palmer after "Wait until I've seen 'em both; no buy-
all. for even if Mr. Stephen Challoner Indg pigs in a poke for yours truly."
should come he is likely to bring a Then there was silence until they stood
Mrs Challoeor along. Early and often side by side upon the, Craig plasza
Is the Texas motto when It comes to shaking hands with the two young wo-
inr-:.-n., o.d l,e' e cl thirty-fi'e." men, whose cracl.ve they bad inter,
"Fr.ank li.i, no oyevr now for any- erupted. Five mfnuties latter Challoner
body but you." Amy said, trying to managed to WsVa a*d Frank unseen.
mink site with playfulness and sue- And when after Supp r they matarched
,atd onn e rather Ill. away arm in arla'he brst outs "It's all
Jocelyn gave her a keen look. In- right-mighty rlght--k soul I'm with
waidly she whistled, a favorite trick you to the lait tcartrige. Jocelyn has
if hers in c.rse of great surprise. "Un- got the looks, but somehow that Amy
less you take that back right straight bunch of calicap Julathe size I want.
['ll bund!e you out, neck and crop," We've got a Whole nth's's time to
;Le said severely, but with. twinkling work In. Ought,.* a pair of wed-
'yes. "I don't deny grudging Frank to dings at the end of it."
.'ou. What w.)inin could? But you There were a pair f tweddingt, al
ivin pv's..es.unv, > hl:-bh 1 nle points though they Waited until tall. When,
,f t;,t Ijw. not to speak of rested in- they came off Amy was so happy that
,:rc-t. Y on two were betrothed in she made a beaualfil Mars.e .halloner,
he cra:d!e, I've always heard, by your and Mrs. Palmer, Sr., u*i neatly aa
eeapectlve fathers." much in lovo 1vlth Jocelyn as hb 'ida-
"(, hn. that wm ii nial a joke!" Amy said, groom son. '
it huslied annd bridled delightedly. t
r.iy \w is a pretty enough girl unless A Dm dy for Buts.
w'.e're wero by i to put her out of Dr. Bergen. P a, Ills., writes: "
,Wurt. Jote! "o was tall and twenty, have used Bawd'snow Liniment; al-
.ght on her feet, lithely rounded, a fig- ways I ecommneuded it to my friends, as
Iaam constdent"ti, no bettemade.
ire of nrace, vritl everyw, most 'It is a dandy 1Tr biWts.' Those who
.re of grace, vital everywhere, most "t re inoa.
f all in her peach ti a noted face and 'It is a dandy b eians' Those who
laughing ees e th w slive on farms .espeeiall to
iong ees. In the tbhdree weeks acoldentao n tst burns, brues
dnce she had come home she had sub- which heal raid4 when Ballard's
4u.gated half of Lynnville-women no Snow Linime^is applied. It should al-
oss than men. What wonder that she ways be kept in tis#,house for oese of
rad swept Frank Palmer off his feet! emorgen .'. 2^ _-Oand $1 .OOc Sold
He was a rich man's only child, spoil- at the dra~d~i -Post,, St. Andrew, Fla.
.d of course, but a decent fellow orotn- re-per.
enough, dutiful to his father and ten- sve teni-er.
deny affectionate toward his invalid rospectire Mother-in-law -- Before
mother. He had intended to y at he ha a frightful tempe
Amy on purpose to please his moth, that he has a frigtfl teater
who was fond of the girl and ad r Duti w-h t
grown to depend on her greatly Now n freghil oa

fonder of Jocelyn before s months temper myself, hut mamma cured me
were out. How could ae help It? of it.
While the two girls ta of him he f.- -

who answered him/ th only silent Throat
choking sobs and ringing of wasted
hands. The, silt ce Irritated him to
the point of a.,oon. He went out of A tickling in the throat;
the house farptrom gently and swung hoarseness at tim ; adee
along the te bordered street, eyes ..es;

aow-, -.,ipnrt un >u --- a.h.ran breath irritates it;-these
fairly into tall, sunburned fellow wtro I'get -g"1amr W -, .
stood Irre lute upon a corner. cough. They're very de-
"No hitm done; rather good," the cough. They're very de-
stranger said in answer to his apolo- ceptive and a cough mix-
gles. "At least I reckon so. It gives ture won't cure them.
me a chance to speak to you without yu something that
seeming like a confidence man. I ought You want something that
to be ashamed to say it, but the fact Is will heal the inflamed
I'm lost-lost in Lynnville, where I membranes, edrich the
was born a long time ago. The Lynn-
ville I remember was another sort of blood and tone up the
place-used to be a public square, system .'. .. .. *
where the turnpike went down toward
the river, with a market house and Scott $ Emulsio
"They've gone out to meet the rail- is just such a remedy.
road," Frank explained, smiling It as wonderful healing
spite of himself. It has wonderffil healing
The. stranger said, "H'mt" then and nourishing power.
plunged Into the middle of things with: Removes the mause of
"Say, what sort of proposition is this hol
Craig girt-Miss Jocelyn? You're bound the cough and the whole
to know her if you live here." system is given new
"She's most adorable," Frank as- strength and vigor .'. .*
swered, smiling.
The stranger looked at him, also &nd for free sample
Smiling, but shrewdly. "It's plain she's I,,
run her brand on you, young man," he SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemist
said. "So you up and tell me who you 409-'4.1 Pearl Street, N&w Tork
are? And how you're fixed? No harm and4.oo. A. dragia
meant. I've got a good reason for ask-" -
ipg. My name's Challoner. I've come,

Pl" 27, 1905.

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'..oTs.-It must lie remembered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailor sometimes find it im-
possible to make schedule timeit must be
clargedtothe elements; they do the best
they can.

The atr. Tarpon did not reach St.
Andiew from the west the papt week
until 8 o'clock p. m. Friday, the
cause of tho delay being that, during
her absence she was hauled out
thoroughly overhauled and painted.
She returned from Carrabelle andti
Apalachicola at 3 p. m., Sunday.
The lchr Cleopatra sailed for Pen-
sacola, Friday evening.

3Y3Z L.
Fitted in splendid condition to take ex-
careioon or Lassengers to any point on.
the Bay or Gulf. Guod cabin protection
in the.xeoeUl ot bad weather. Terws reas-
oniable, Also,
Capacity 1.0-f (, "" '- 1
19wet Ten Inri, dale and Allanton, oil Eas't
ay asi wilki&iVbr freight of every de-
scription, inocTuling live stock, to any
point on St. Ahdrews Bay. Fror part ie-.
lira. sd4rcsrA "V. F. WOODFoaD, Farm-
dale, Fla.
Makes regular tiius between St. An-
drews Bay aud Pensacola. Guod passen-
ger accummodntions and special atten-
tiou paid to handling and carrying freight
at reasonable rates. For particulars ad-
dress, CAPT. S. W. ANDEaSOrN,
F,eaves St. Andrews Hay every Tuesday
leaves Penasacola every Friday
1weatlher permitting). Special attend
tion- will be giveni to receiving and
forwarding freight tor parties living on
iEat and North lay, a8sseiaengers for
points on either atrir ot the Pay cal
depend upon secutiig prompt trans
Dortation at reasonable rates. Foi
irther information p apply to
L. MWWA^R, Agr.

(,Urries the a1al. Bay Mail between St
Andrews Bay, Wetappo and intermedi
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daili
(except Sunday) at 6:00 a. m.; arrive a
Wetappo at 11:30 p. in.; leave Wet4tpp(
at 1:00 p. in.; arrives at St. Andr&ws, a
7:30 p. mn. Makes laidlngs regularly a
Harrison, Cromanton, Parker, Pitts
burg, and Farmdale. Freight lauded ai
any postoffice wharf. For passenger ant
. fr'eight ratos, see rate card in the sev
inlposloTces. ,
i, F I. A. WaITHr61i... manager.
A Week's WVeatiher.
rhe following table gives the maxi
ulium, minimuin and mean tempera
Vures, tilt rainfall and direction of the
wind, for the tweuty-fonux hours end in
at 7 o'clock p m., as indicated by U. S
government self-registering thermom
eters. Max:Min. Mean.R'n. W'd
April...19 76 43 59 .00
20 79 48 68 .00
21 80 55 67 .02
S.22 82, 61 71 .00 v
" '" :86 64 75 .00
46 24 ,74 63 73 .00
S'25 73 65 69 .05 sb
)ourweuk..-80 1 57 1 691 .07 1
File rIt-L it a ( lock.
Sa recent police court squabble ovez
a clock one, man testified that ho could
i(entify the timepiece in question by
the tick. This statement was received
with ccr!.sion by most of the courtroom
attaches, the magistrate included, but
later a watchmaker to whoso attention
t 1ia.1 1.t:u calledd declined that the
;t.s laughed l,efure they knew
*hat they were laugling at.
"Of eo'1rse you cau tell n clock by
it. t!ick." hIP nid. "I don't mean that
.revy clock has an lndivldual tick that
,in beo reo'gulzsd biy its friends, but
many of thiei Lbave, and a parson who
Lua owned a ce'rtaln clock for a long
bhile and has studlted its style and
msa:nrrla-t can, tf he has a good ear,
dct.(, t" tt )iirt1,eiinr tick among a
Indz-.dl. MH'y clocks that are appar-
ently imade on the same plan develop
p~cul'.arities in their running gear.
Some,- cautcr along at an even pace,
othlre go by Jerks and spurts. Some
are stnttely ntad- solemn,. others frisky
"nad gay. The tti'king of clocks varied,

too. iii rhythm, pitch and. d4"pamies.
With all these differences In tone is It
any wonder that a man who has meas-
ured We lffe b
particular tick?"-New York Post.

Cares Ooughs and Colds,
Mrs. C. Pe erson, 625 Lake st., Tbpe-
ka, Kansae, says: "O0 all the remedies,
Ballard'b Horehound Syrup is my fa-
vorite-it has done and will do all that
is claimed for it-to speedily cure all
coughs and colds-and it is so sweet
and vleasnaa to the taste." 25c, 50o,
$1.00 bottle. Sold at the Trading Post,
St. Andrew, Fla.
Not MlasJaded.
"You misjudge me," said the hypo-
crite reproachfully. "I admit I am a
poor, weak mortal, but lying Is not one
9e my fallings"
"It certainly Is not," agreed the hard
6earted man. "It is one of your sue-
A Bad Fallare.
Stocl--Bent's failure Is regarded as
a vwy bad one. Shares-How so?
stock- Wittb his opportunities he
should have failed for at least twice
the amonat.

A man has plenty of friends when he
ipen't need them.-New York Press.
5- .

-The fine rain which fell Tuesday
night came too late to be recorded in
this, week's report.
--Rev. J. M. Conway will preach in
the Presbyterian church next Sunday
morning and evening.
-Blank Warranty Deeds, short lorm.
printed on good linen paper, 25e per
dozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re-
ceipts In a block, 10c each, at the Buoy
-Yo never have and may never again
have an opportunity to get so fine a
fountain pen for so little money as you
can now by complying with the condi.-
tions of the coupon to be found else.
wheteon this page.
-Last Friday being the anniversary
of the birth of Miss Ella Suggs, her
father, Mr. W. T. Suggs took his fami-
ly and a large party of friends on a trip
to Hurricane Island where they enjoyed
themselves immensely.
--Wizard Ink Tablets,Price, per
box 10 ots. 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
-The repairs on the Methodist
church will be completed during the
next week and Delication services, to
which everybody is invited, will be
conducted by Rev. J M. Conway on
Sunday. May 7. morning and evening

tav to'Wa0 fLue and vlea of
either St.Andrews BI NT, or Buena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen;also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the
BUOY office
-There will be a Chicken-Pie Sup.
per at Rockstead's cottage, next to the
Baptist church next Suturday, April
29 You know what a chicken pie
means, with all the good things that gc
with it. Everybody come and have a
good time. Supper Irom 6 o'clock to 9.
-A party of some thirty people
young and old went in Capt. F. A
Withrerill's launch, last Sunday even
ing and attended services at the Mill-
ville M. E. church. Stops were inade
at Harrison and Cromanton and aboul
fifteen others took passage, and s
packed church was the result.'
-'I have used Chamberlain's Storft
ach an Liver Tablets with most satis.
fretory results," writes Mrs. F. L.
Phelps, of Houston,. Texas. For indi-
-gestion, biliousness and constipation
r these tablets are most excellent. Sole
.by L.M. Ware, St. Andrew and Bay
head, and all medicine dealers.
O-When people visit a business house
and find themselves uniformly wel
and courteously treated whether they
make purchases or not, they are mort
y than apt to call again when they d(
t have money to spend, and this is doubt
o "ess why W. H. Parker & Co.'s store is
t almost constantly crowded with well
satisfied customers.
t. -Commercial travelers arriving here
from Chipley since the last issue of the
Buoy report that. a locomotLve ad a
force of Ttalian laborers to be empl.y-
ed on the new railroad were in Pensa-
cola, awaiting transportation to Chip
ley. The Buoy has not been able t(
learn whether they have yet reached
SChipley, or to verify the report.
-Rev. C, L. Joyner preached inter
eating Easter discourses in the Baptist
" church last Sunday, morning and even
Sing. The Pastor's platform was decorat
s ed with a profusion of beautiful flowers
s emblems of purity and typical of thl
v higher life. The evening discourse
s was broad- minded, and one agaius:
Which even an unbeliever could lind nt
excuse for raising an objection. Rev
SJoyner does not believe that the way t(
convert people to his faith is to insul
r and censure them. and so long as hl
* pursues this line he will have mau
friends outside his fold as wel1 a,
among his communicants. It is not t(
Sbe expected that his calling will per-
mit him to approve of free thinking
but the Buoy is free to admit that h(
advocates his convictions with modera-

Last Hope Vaiished.
When leading physic'ar.s said that W.
M. Smithart of Pekin, Ia., had incura-
ble consumption, his last hope vanished;
but Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-
sumption, Coughs and Colds, kepc him
out of his grave. He says: "This great
specific completely cured me and savcd
my life. Since then I have used it over
10 years. and consider it a marvelous
Lhroat and lung oure." Strictly scien-
tifo cure for coughs, sore throats or
cold, suir preventive of pneumonia.
Guiarauteed 50c and $1 bottles at A. H.
Brake's store. Trial bottles free.

Sa vything is relative, after all, even
age, yet one might suspect that the
"children" of one of Mr. Muzzey's
"Men of the Revolution" might have
arrived at years of some discretion and
proper regard for behavior.
When I saw the old soldier, says Mr.
Muzzey, he was the sole survivor of
those who witnessed the battle of Bun-
ker Hill. At the age of ninety-five
years he was attending a Whig cele-
bration held at Boston In 1850, and
there I met him. He was a good look-
Ing old man with a large, well shaped
head, blue eyes and mild expression.
Ills whole countenance beamed with
I askel him If he had any children.
"Oh, yes, I have two sons," he re-
"Why did you not bring them with
The old man's smooth brow wrinkled
Into a semblance of a frown as he said:
S"I didn't want to, be plagued with
those boog on an occasion of this sort."
"Why, how old are they?" I asked,
wondering if he could mean his grand-
"Oh, one is seventy, and the other is
B*veit3,-two. But r couldn't be both-
red with them."

A peculiaily adi event i tthe death
oP^li[s. Margaret Laugley, the young
wifqilo John Langley, which occur-
red at ) o'clock p, m. on Monday last,
It till be remembered that men-
tion of' her confinement on the 5th
inst. ro'sB ipa..e in the Buoy recently.
It appears that' she prematurely thu'L
herself sufficiently recovered from
thit, aind a;ts up maid around on the
third day, will the relui that sho
was again prostrated, from which hlc
never rallied. The Buoy has unot been
given her exatt age,but it cant scarcely
have been more than 19 or 20 years.
'lho funeral was to have Laken
i-lace Tues-Jay forenoou, but owing
to the absence of her father, Mr.
Jonn Stephens and biuther, Charles,
who were fishing near St. Joseph. it
was post oned pending tleir arrival,
until 9 o'clock yesterday itoring.,
the services were conducted by Rev.
J. M. Conway.
Immediately after the death a mes-
senger wva dispatched for the lather
and brother, but the Gulf was found
to be so rongh that it was not safe to.
rentne io a launch and a mule wa,'"
secured at Criomanton anm the dias-

y land aind the lather anid brother
came home on foot, air-iving here at
*2 o'clock yesterday morning and the
burial took place as soon thereafter
as it could be arranged.
'The surviving relatives have the
sympathy of the entire community.

I This great stock medicine is a
money saver for stock raisers. It
is a medicine, not a cheap food or
condition powder. Though put up
in coarser form than Thedford's
Black-Draught, renowned for the
cure of the digestion troubles of
persons, it has the same qualities
of invigorating digestion, stirring

up the torpid liver and loosening
Sthe constipated bowels for all stock
and poultry. It is carefully pre-
pared and its action is so healthful
that stock grow and thrive with an
occasional dose in their food. It
cures hog cholera and makes hogs
grow fat. It cures chicken cholera
mand roup and makes hens lay. It
cures constipation, distemper and
colds in horses, mrtrrain in cattle,
and makes a draight animal do
more work for the food consumed.
It gives animals and fowls of all
S kinds new life. Every farmer and
raiser should certainly give it a
trial. A- .- ',
It costs 25c. a can and saves ten
times its price in profit.
SPrITBBUR, KAS., March 25,1004.
SI have been using your Black-Draught
Stock- and Poultry Medicine on my
I stock for some time. I have usd all
kinds of stock fo*d but I have found
that yours is the beat for my purpose.

Girls as Wooera.
"Where did the idea come from that
boys are the wooers? Do any little boys
have the early education in love that is
gven to little girls? When a little girl
5;'.rts to school here are some of the
things the big girls teach her the first
year: When she eats an apple she Is
L. eight to count the seeds, while she
thinks of some little boy and repeats a
rhyme. In the spring the little girls
gather daisies and pick off the petals
one by one while they think of some
little boy and say another rhyme
When ,a little girl sees the first star in
the evening she repeats another verse.
When grown people take wedding cake
home it is never the boys who ask foi
a piece to dream on and see whom
they will marry. It Is the girls.-Atchi-
son Globe.
Shake into your shoes Allen's Foot-
Ease, a powder. It cures corns, bun-
ions, painful, smarting, hot, swollen,
feet. At'all drggists and shoe stores
Order Il Power.
t What comf ort, what strength, whan
-coanomy, the-:e i.3 In order-material or-
'.., int-r'cltuaal qrder, moral order. To
:.:.irv lItce nile is g.,ig and wi .( one
l;:. --this is urT.l r: To , i> .'~ _.
word :.:.l .'nae';s i'.:.sgter Aets. .\galu
of)i(i:er: T ha e c'.'or-,'tii:g ready uiade.
.-.:' .; !.., t o be able to dispose of all
n. forces and to have all one's
iue;.,s of1 whatever l4:-d under' corn
:,;',l. Still order: To disciplIne oneo'.
isaitt, ones efforts, one's wishes, t')
org.'iiie one's life, to distribute one'.-
li.e, lo take the measure of' one's du
les T'. i1 make one's rights respected, tz
m!ploy eone's capital and resources.
.ate's talent and one's chan-ces profitta
i;ly. Order is power.-Amlel's Journal
Laurg:ter and worlilly Success.
".::I;:Z of laughterr, I have oftei.:
-' il-red if the laughing man and the
siin.giig woIanu really get along bet,
t"Ci in the 'world than the man and
w-o::an whob do not laugh, or if they
..,:ah at ull inere:y grin at some
:.:;ua;in thing." said the observant
:.(;1. "I do not know, I am sure. Of
cou-se you will fin'd that men and wo-
n-io of -both types probably in your
own acquaintance have been able to
get alons fairly well in the world.
Laughter is no doubt good capital in a
great many instances. It is equally
tr-ue that the grii! face, the soui- look,
I may say. ha3 often proved a valuable
asset. The which would seem to indi-
cate that there is a time to laugh and a
time not to) laugh."-New Orleans

. .' -La o

Ikon'y iroacle.
SKidney trouble causes quirk or unsteady
heart beat, and makes cne feel as though
. th.-:.y had h'art trouble, becatuce the heart is
S)ver-:/orkbg in pumping thick, kidney-
poic.ned b'ood through veins and arteries.
S lr urued t) be considered that only urinary
Strr:.ubl!s vre to be traced to the kidneys,
bJit no.v-rm.dern science proves that nearly
ill cjnttltn1ional diseases have their begin-
iac iNl,:aincy iroubtle.
I '.-01are rick you can make no mistake
.lirztd.xtornrg your kidneys. The mild
and th.iatrac.rdinaiy effect of Dr. Kilmer's
SSwa ~.iRoot, the gieat kidney remedy is
- oon re3lized. It stands the highest for its
vcn.erdl cures of the most distressing cases
an-I js 3 ,)n its merits f 1z..
Small dgists in fifty-
:ent andbne-dollarsiz-
s-. Yo~ may have a
amplepe pttle ty mail nome of Swamp-Root.
ree. alsaVamphlet telling you how to find
aout if youha.e kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention t\as paper when writing Dr. Kilrerr
1C.-.,Bisa&ratron, N. Y.
Don't 4ake cny mistake, but remem-
ber the ame, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil-
mer'"3 Samp-Ro,-t, and the address,
BinLrharton, N. Y., on every bottle.
8 flower Seed Enaters.
A traveler says that one of the first
things wilch struck him on his arrival
In Russl was the enormous quantity
of sunflit'er seed consumed In the'
country. The seeds, which are olea
gluotus a d have un agreeable taste
are eonstaptly chewed b3 the people
The outet husk is detached with the
tCt-th anid spat out. These husks art
Reelii scat trecd about on pavermiits an(
ga:ide-u WILl.. il ri lflway carriage,:
traii\vty eirs and cals. on tl.e floor.
of re.utanlrts atil pri\aie rtooh. 0):
d.ays of publicc festivity trte ground,
every wLnel is coue-t.d wiL thlbeia. A
every str& t corner a 1,risk trade i.
done in thlieeeds by old women.
Serious imach Trouble Cured.
I was troubled with distress in my
stomach, so~ s stomach and vomiting
spells, and ruthfully say that Chain-
berlain's Chbf and Liver Tablets
cured me. -T. V. 'WILLIAMS, Laings-
burg. Mioh h these tablets are guaran-
teed to entire y case of stomach trou-
ble of this c acter. For sale by L. M,
Ware, St. rew and Bavhead and all
medicine de: lers.

lie. o. rt a FA,.r of Toll anl I
v lm jf? A r-more Time.
I. e4eirated and to be loved'-
-. Izc's. two supreme and
P res," writes Tighe Hop
ki.. ;s-feuttor. "He gave tin t
to fane dind killed hiinseli ]
If-;e\vpr author dhd. ilis I
h 'bof which, whe- he lnd
set *w. -to the 'Comedie IIu-
e pc(.!iirM6gina masterpiece-
S ritbje obsession. \\e know
il'a t (-,'nsele-s a Lnd a lmostI
i It oil lhe broni.tlt them forth and
i ln i wrnr l'r.i-l In he molnk'. I
roete wl.ite ianinnel, the big throat
;aid e. v(,ins swollen, the grenit
b.a e-s afleine, agonizing over Ilot
a ,n, he, saippliCeiting and eiir-ine th .pu T at 'won.i.l nout come. siti:tiniuf
b e i ithe days and nights of
"lJ $.r atiridl week rt an sti..t.li iJ
1 t i int'l ctrt i ineil ch.i lber
whre the (i;tnlo vs ver ine'vror extin
gPuidl. 'T,.n-n, livim, .nwllai-d andt
hlilclqthe'il. lie woui l !dra laimself t.,
the -,lanter's. Thus only in a natim,
of iyF ,st.s (oillI the mnin tliat n(ve,
al 'yeLd a st.\le Im ;;e hilri ,elf t e first
not-list of lh,.. d;1y ilnd a tl:tst.e.
"'eia nail .11 w-atiu- t r thlis tra
vafkvaq, r :'Izn.-,' zsplpen-1:'1 str.li._thi of
botd. tlhe sure a ir d -ormady i'.".-irn of hi.
Inslirijil o .I1 ,-w er i".like perioil-. hlia
qnCcl.le-ss R Ielief'in hlni-l, f and In
treliI faith in- faio lult re enai,lih-d bhin
to eontline it, with a minimunim of rt'
pd n for thirt. omlo stu',ce,,iv' yeAr'
An '. a bulk- oCwork,! Front 1'

of ..i-et nal li,:l nor even I .e:au to tlhin'
of the TCoueoli, lnnmal;ne.'
"lB-two,-u 1I..'0 and 1 1.32 seventy-niuv
nov'.s of tle 'CouilMy' asiw tl-e li':.lIt
anLndwith a11 this the great work wna
nv r cominpletrd. On li '.3deiathll'e
he Ihdevl with his d-ctor for si:
mnoniths, .i-x we,.,s. iix\ ddays in \vhil,
to e)nuiDnmati- his t-isk alnd sank Into
coma while plea-dinig for six hours."
1OI Snculglorn Work in Mo.rule.
03he lr twist imake-s a model first, ,r-i
always life -i :e, but alai.ut uijon o:
then actually does the cutting In tht
marLble. This work Is iutru,-ted to high
ly Skilled a-tii-arls, who do the viorik
under their direction, and the sculp.
tors ailperintendl all the finishing
touched auJd even occasionally do some.
of the t'Jttinig on the face and hands,
The actual Vlittiug of the stone is a
most dfdi,-olt process and requires
grnet Mihaort skill. In case a full sized
mlotl Is un!i.-- the sculptor sends it to
,i i ir.'fs'iitali marble cutter, who
r-nii.~Ey'sLa toics the block. Tlhe general
h.ip.- Ia. ott-nu given to the block be-
'O;-e it leaves (ib marble yard to save
.h'. l -xtra fri-itht. The roluh carving
1s tliouu don- by the marble cutter, who
-, hi.i-;> h ,lilock as to give it the
rit botftioje .of the figure to 'be re-
.." iiiLtd. lie drillss a series of holes
:1 l4.c.-. depth of each of which
-r ii.l- to an external point of
,!. ti utii'i.used to be inclosed In
I... w Aft,-r a sufficient number
S.r'.. .ave heen made in the
: I. Ie" i.'v,.i the entire perforated
....'ii ,. in.] ihat remains gives the
1 ,.. o I'the statue.
.-- ;u.: Suggelion.
i.I u :,i.- ;.litor-VWell, we've had ar-
ti '.' l.lb!":dI- Jumpers, actors, yegg-
im:i. wintors. I'iihlsts. doctors, de-
; .'i's. pr,. ,.olimblers, 1awy In r, cx-
;..i n l.)t nore. I'm at the end
*f ra 'sti; I' w i.e: i;ti ; new. W hat
-i, y s':.-i. I "i Assistant Edit,'r-
'l.v \vwt;J d( ,i to have an article by
i proftWhin:! ;nutbor?-Pittsburg Post.

OvervWork Weakens
Your Kidneys.
Unhealtl* Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidsitys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your
-. blood purifiers, they fil-
r ter out the waste or
.- impurities in the blood.
If they amesick or out
l of order, they fail to do
their work.
Pains, aches and rheu-
matism comic from ex-
ceds of uric acid in the
---- blood, due to neglected

See. your Drug-iaist or General Mer-
chant or write The Walker Company,
71 South Pryor St., Atlanta, Ga.

Unfurnished Rooms
Apply at the Buoy Office.

most careful farmers
and gardeners everywhere
place confidence In Ferry's
Seeds-hekind that never fai .

y have been the standard for49 years.
They are not an experiment.
bold by all dealers. 1905 Seed
Annual free for the asking.
D. M. FERRY & CO.,
a Detroit. Mich.


$400 Per Year. Single Copy, 10 Ct4
SAraen. 47W.28TH ST., NZWYOX1


t In Liable4lAiiotl I.terailly Burat
Your Uend Open.
To take a pleasure ride that aluiost
literally bursts your head open is .
novelty thrilllug envuuhi. it is to be pre-
sumed,. for the most eager thrill seeker,
But that is what oft lu happens to
him who essays the diy,, heights of
Pike's peak, 14,000 feet above -VaAhel.
"I went up on the cog ro;iOl,^
Munitou." said a Baltimore miwa, "in
cotniany with a party of tourists, and
t.,-icre we reached the Ilalfway Hiou1 ,
there were two who exhibited su'b v
positive symptoms of distress thot at
the tirst stop they had to leave and
take the next train (i >wn. ThLiret of
us continued. In ua .-..it a little in front .
of us was a yvntg girl who had bf-cn
growiiig grid.luaily IyNtprica Id anl % l omn
we had been w.itchiung cii'iously to
see v bat wold hb1i1,'n iaext. It hap
peol.l. Suildi,'iily shio threw tip hler
hatil- indl fell b::;..:I ard, w ii bl, i' T
gushiug fro.ni hl r uL 1tli0. eArsi, eyes nuiI
nos*:. The condletor,', who J was cvi-
deaitly: necustoi.vl to such scenes. to. "
her e-cort to lay her l:at ou her barlk
ns the pressure vwas l-ss there than at
the head heidit iu n -itting portnre.
Then, at the nc-xt sta ion, she was talk-
en off anil sent Lback to) ManItoin hIy thi-
wagon road. They dilin't idarl to tak,
her down hy train, a- the quick chauge-
to the deuber air might have prove. l
Vell., we kept going nndl rent'lihe
the top. I thounlit F'. t:.le- .1i SA1oIl. u'.
In the fine, rniaeld air, hfi~ I tilid-
A A- r zT"f ,;t lba triple h:t 'rn er. tiii T
ci icliloil that runuilng at that height
wais not for me. 'Jl:..y told me yon
couldn't boil eggs or beans up there. I
don't know, because I didn't try. We
had our pictures taken sitting on a
rock up in that barren spot, where
noilling will grow but the edelweiss.
andl bought some souvenirs. Then we
came down, and, so far as I am con-
cerned, they can level the mountain
tomorrow. I'll never have any more
use for it. Manitou, Garden of the
Gods and North Cheyenne canyon for
mine, but no more of that sky busl-
ness."-Baltimore News.

Curious Chinese Prejudice.
In the course of business certain
London banks have occasion to send
out large sums in gold coin to China.
No sovereigns, however, will be ac-
cepted which have St. George and the
dragon on the reverse side. The drag-
on plays a leading part in religious
matters in China, and its figure on the
coin is abhorrent to the Celestial mind.
The London consignees have therefore
to pick out the older coins, having a
shield on the reverse side, for trans-
mission to the east.

Sciatic Rheumat-isni Cured.
"I have been subject, to sciatic rheum-
atism for yea.s,' says E. H. Waldroj, of
Wilton Junction, Iowa. "My joints were
stiff and gave rue mu, h pain and discom-
fort. My joints would crack when I
straightened up. I used Chamberlain's
Pain Balm -and haye been thoroughly
cured. Have not had a pain or aebe from
the old trouble for many monthF. It is
certainly a most wonderful liniment."
For sale by L. M. Ware, St. Andrew and
lnr. head 1n11 *11 iinedicine deAlert.

The Head of' More.
When the wlse and witty Sir Thom-
as More was beheaded his head was
stuck on a pole on London bridge,
where It was exposed for fourteen
days, much to the grief of his daugh-

she was passing under the bridge, look-
ing at her father's head, she exclaim-
ed: 'That head has lain many a time
In my lap. Would to God it would fall
Into my lap as I pass under!' She had
her wish, and it did fall into her l f'"
Probably she had bribed one ofdey
keepers of the bridge to throw it over
Just as the boat approached, and the
exclamation was intended to avert the
suspicion of the boatmen. At all
events, she got possession of It and
preserved it with great care In a leade.
casket until her( danth, a'd it is now
enclosed in a imi.he in the wall of her
to.b in St. u.t .1.5 (lihurcli, Canter
bury.-No,"s andl Queries.

Quite Natural.
She--Which is the most popular le
ter in the alphabet? He-You; tih'
could be no other.-Exchange.





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




Dry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Notions, Provisions and Feed Stuffs.

Corner Washington Avenue and Bayview St.
I pay Cash for Goods and must de

a strictly Cash or Ready Pay

This is ill my Patrons' Interest as well as my own. ("all and
Convince Yourself of this Truth.


g DIEAL LIS IN Cannot-


Ship ChandIry Hardware

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

Clothing, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishings,


TrunIks and Vit trIlIS,.


Steel & Wirnf GO,



-All -Goo ds SPECAL-xm~
EXCEPT 3 nd MailOrders!

iade 8IrA. A Postoff ce Gladl Sent

E]RCI- S on the Ba:! 0! k.T n i
Wind lul l pny -EE O T -u-:- 0 D WeiAir
Breech-Loading WeAre
Woolsey's 12- Gu,1 THE
Bost C y, pPaint. 1 l, $'5 T! >SHOE MEN





.For five of these co'onons and sixty cents Peat or brought to the Buoy
offb iwe will furnish you a beautiful finished 14-kt. Solid GoIl Fount-
am Pen, that costs at retail $1.50. The pen is complete with box and l
filler and is fully warranted by the man f iturers and can be returned to
them if unsatisfactory in any particular.

r, "..- ff 7 .. "--~--- I---~~

Tuaesday. 8:30 aP.lW.



Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf


(,, ', ,tSCHEDULE,,

Wednesday, 4:00 p. m, .i. AidrLw. Wednesday, 8:00 a. rt
Wednesday, 2:30 p. min Millville. Wednesday,,|10:00 a;. m
Thursday, 9:00 a. m, Apalacli.-olas Thursday, 6:00 a. m-.
-Carrabel le, Thursday, 12:00 noon.
Monday, 6:00 p. m. Molile, ..onday, 6:00 a. m.
Thursday, 3:00 p. m. CarriubI lie.
Friday, 11:30 a. m. St. Andrew. t Fridav, 2:00 a. m. -
Friday. 10:00 a.m. Millville. iday, 4:0n.a..Y; .
Pensacola. -. '..Fitav/-1:3tp. iin.

PenNaeola to St Andrew and Millville. $5.00. ,'
Pensuacola to Apalachiucla and Carritbi lle-, S7.50. , .
St. Andrew and Millville to Aralachiconl, $ Q4 '
Pensaeola to Mobile, $2.50.-
The above rates include nmuuls and berths. .I -B RO

-" :-

A. H. B AK-t ,E


,C king Ia nd H

Sewing Machines and Needles! /

Pumps, Fuiifture, Etc.


Burial Caskets, Robes, SuiTs, Etc.


The adding Post!

[Succ sor to B. V. Brock.]

Headquarters for

Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Ready- Made Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Notions

and Hardware.



r -

- April 1905.

- J ,'Ir. A N 'lbE NV

l tCE IllI FS.
l igar, y tb Teai,
raui l.ited ... 6' He No . . .
Loffee.A ..... 5'. Gunipowder. .
Lt I-roiwn ..... 5 filidol' J .Ip.40-
j'>tiee, ,. Cond milk, Ip C:
"? ;1ue-2.1.. A 2': 0 Uniweetn'u'a.10
Arbuckle,lb 12-15' Sweetened. ..
.- ier snaps 31t2." Baking ,powvJer
k r:tckera,sodI .. 10 Royv ...... ;..
"bcu, ptug "20.460 Canmpbell.....
i n pr .achi e.... . 10a-
S -. '-S e ."... . s Tomatoes.... it]
,. ir- et-." .... ,..,. 61 Apples... .. 1 i
-e s Pearc s ......... I
'iperated.. Plums..,, .... .
e* "ird-A'eahei. ." Apricot.-;... Lti
* 't;Sal O' Sl ..... 15 g. Strawberries. ..-

'Lril 5 toa stned MA t. p
iu.a. .... / 31 Corned bu'. 12'
aoeese pr lb.. l. Chtipped'Beef LO-
i" tter ... ." 25-35 Lobster. .1.. 'l'1?
0eornvargerine..' It Safinon-:'. 10M.4

-4Ccoa'zi pkg..I I : Corn .....10@1
hillv, glass l .2 P'ea .......... I
S imei Juice ..... pumpkinn ..... I
Fggs per dozn. -
atrof S'th' 2.3 D pr ......1
Obelisk ...... 3.25 Bacon Sides... I:
Uurn Meal pr bui-e0O Fresh ....... ..l
Oat Meal pr Ib. 5 Br'kT'st lBac"' i-2:
Corn per li, .ha0ec Hain canv'a'd I 5.-2
Potatoes Shoulders..... 1
Irisi.. .... .. 1 41)0 Beel
garly It'se eed 1.60 Corned...... 8
S ee . ... 60@ 7 Fresh ........ J
9 ti, pr sack. .. -.00) Dried, ....... 2.
'T'alile ........ 5 Milk pr qt ...... I1
NailM. ,er I 4e'5i Ax,withl handle. 75
Ualv wire d'.Utia4 Hoes, each... -3 5t50J
SMauilla r6pe. ..ai20opper paint, can 50
s toves cook,. .8a25 Linseed oil,gal5.">60
Pipe, per joint 18
V'ii ts, per yd. 5ab Checks .......5a 5/.
SSheetinigs .... 5a9 Flannel-. ..15.t40
1 Muslin....... 9all Thread per spool. 5
Jeans....... 15a45 Shoes, ladies. $1at75
Kxtrapairts pat W25 Men's...$1 10a300
H y pr cwt. .75al.1u5 Oats pr bu ....... (0
H '.. n........ 1.25 Brick pr M...... 13.00
Aipe Sisal ....7@9 Line pr l...... 75
Or.aiges pr doz.. t25 Pec-uss Pr It....* 15
Apiples......... 15 Waltuts ........ 20
Lemons. ........20 Ahl onds ..... .. 15
u nshlll prl,000 1.50 Opened pr qt .. 15c
if o s .... $30al )(10 Cows.... ... $15. n 25
ailoe ... t *" V 1 Logs ... ... 4.. to $50
txei. pr yoke $30 Sheep...-....... .

'ici < C Ci' 'h '.) i -.-- ach. 45ai5tl
l'sk y v .. ~.l.U" D. uckn....... 20:t25

I" ~ ~ i~i t
3i licL 1dosWu Yle' "v'~ -
Ti ~ ~ # itt..,...," -1T6ut----
h.~il~si: -* -~.10 NMackercl *.8-100
U N-~El.BR

ait ra n .,$ 14.00
Face ..12.00
A.4p P, .10,011
Heart lace Vitt 14.001
Sao 1,10.00
B.oif 1lu1nlek. -R@1b2
.Iated"iigh, i5

Heart, W m...$14.00
Sap ... 10.00
x (in. >. 2..$I .00
Finfshing lum-
ler,d.. $1i2@15.00
Lath,v i..:. -2.1
Boat lumnler,
d .,ed.. .$20

Deafness .Caunot be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portions of the car.
There is onlyI oie wAty to cure deafness.
and. that is by constitutionally remedies,
Deafness is ca;tsed lIy ain intfl.aied condi.
tion of the mucous lining of the Eustac-
ean tube. When this tu'e gets inflamed
you have a rumblling sound or imperfect
nearing, and when it is entirely closed
deafness is the result, and unless the in-
flammation can be taken out and ti istube
restored-to its normal condition, hearing
will be destroyed forever; nine case out
of ten are caused ly catarrh, which i
nothing hut an inflamed condition of t'je
mucous surfaces.
We Aill give One Hunlred Doll:irs for
any case of deiafnesi (caused by catartrh,
that cannot be curtd by Hall's Catarrli
Os-e. Send for circilars Irec
F. J. CHENEY & CQ., Toledo. 0.
Take Hall's Familv Pills for constipa-
LOoIlc AheaA.
The Senior P~ner-I don't see how
7*O can charg the money you've spent
n iw p n 8oVs young fellow up

yer-That's simple eootgh. le 'has a
rich uncle that Is stock. and there's go-
ing to be a lovely contest over hbl will.

Pretty olema.
Fattbef.(who has been called upon In
the ctyAnd ask-d for hisdaghter's
hand)-.ulse. do you kno-w wbat a
solemn thing ltcs to be married? Lou-
I -ecOh. yes, pa, bnt it is a good deal
m o-e ,tOnn being single.-JUdy.

Ballard's Horehounud Syrup
Immediately re'leves hoarse.. croupy
conlfh. oppressed, rattling, rasping and
difficult breathing. Henry C Stearns.
drtigffist, Shullst urr, Vi-., writes: May
S30 1901: "'1 have been sealing BAtllard's
iorehound iyiup for two years and
have never had a preparation. that has
given better gatisfac'ion. I notice that
wht n I sell a bottle they come back for
more. t can honestly reoommand it."
25c. 50c, 0t.00. Sold at the Trading
Post, St. Andrew, Fla.
Whooplag Cough.
WLoopIng cough Is more Infeetious
before thbe whc;',p develo;is than it is
afterward. ( 1.iMlren who have been ex-
posed to the dinease ariid have a slightly
cotich should l-e i-,alated for several
days lest thby communicate it to other,
children. It may begin at any time
during three weeks after exposure.
When this time has passed without the
symptoms appearing the child Is prob.-
ably safe .
^.1 *.'*


( 1I-r( HA ~NI ~nt\

,p-ueiu lt-pult Lu Lu.u liUua
Fine weather, aiiim .'i,. Ii,,i
I nice, with plenty of Saidoui ieea,
chew. :
Easter exercises were'exception
fine at the clhuleh, Sunday; gutted
and executed by the Sunday sob(
Mjilville was well represented.
Henry Spicer has his launch '
under way and when it i6 finished
will spin the waters of the Bay

k ii. ;

u at

I it
y in

I great style.

Dame Rumor rl'Clorts a swell wed-
55 ding to uccur, here on tlie Penijsiula.
40 lnow, soon. Tlie delay is tht tardiness
an of the groom, who is leiiurted to be
10 an islanmid off thle Mi.sbi..iippi coast.
\VWhether qutrantiined or nou', our in-
S5 foirmnitt doU rinot say.
10 T I T
0 Te Steail,.iipi coimpahy conjern-
Q plate erectilig a. baUoi light tor tliuil
i0 iwni c,,ioleii-nce, on Hurnrcane li

2 A- nkewconer came t oI tlo thie B y,e of
t 11r. hilt Mrs. Kinne eariv last week,

S attinlayf uight. Is. to bigeuuugh
-' ^O"y ^; . 0 ,
' il bightt, yti, bnfpi-y
0 lirt'it phl Iitv.

Fl,'ightliul tiufflring Relieved.

I ach and bowel disorders ive way to

SuffBrakeriore, gua'auteedfu
S How 'ies Talte. vr v
Spoises undoubtedly communicate t

not "talk." the a.ve other means of 8

2 New ir needs. We-know heow resadly
frithes ,-coaniz e their mates and howm-

quIckly brooding ishes repel intrudera
of their own or other species. Some- bA
thing besides seeing them-perhaps
F is hes undoubtedly communicate td(

ception--inay do this. Many fishes i
communicate with their fellows by an.
means of sounds produced through the
medium of their air bladders, by grind-
ing their teeth together and In various cl
other ways, be
The sense of touch is highly devel- tr
oped in many fishes and doubtless en- hb
able them to communicate. The ser adaptse A
of taste, located all over the skin In
some fishes irecogn the fns in others, and
the sense of mell, strongly deve no on- d
Cn some forms of submarine lfelow, ls by T
mediust e aof to onair bladders, by rltion-
Nog their Equal to Cgethaberlain's Col.
opei, Cholen maa and Diahoea Rem- h
edy for Bowel om player the skint
in Children, .i
"We have uscd Cbhamlbrlaii's Colic, 1
C'fiu!ira an Diarrhvbe l tetedy' in otu& al
family for years," says Mrs. J. B. Cooke, co
of Nederlands, Texas. "We have given tw
it to all our children. We have used oth- fln
er medicines for the same purpose, but un
never found anything equal to Chamber- In
lain's. If you will use it as directed it ra
always cu-e." For sale by L. M. Ware, fe
St. Andrew and Bayhead and all miedi-
cin dealers. N"
Misleading Title. ne
First Jerseyman-What air ye reading' ne
there, Jabez? Second Jerseyman-A pr
book called "The Three Musketeers." st,
I thought it wuz a Jersey story when 1 a
picked it up, but the plot appears to be TI
located in France some years back.- oy
Pittsburg Post. sto

Definition. In
Smart--Why do yourefer to Mrs. Tos-
sem as a-hay widow? Tart-Because al
hay is grass with all the greenness sp
dried out-New York Times. of
A perverse r r and a discon- sp
tented, fretful a position render any
state of life unha py.-Cicero.

If you haven't a regular, healthy movement of the he
bowel everyday, you're 11 orwill be. Keepyour he
bowels open, and be well. Force, in the shape of
violent physic or pill poison, is dangerous. The 8h
smoothest, easiest, most perfect way of keeping sh
the bowels clear and clean is to take sh
'eS CANDY si8

Pleasant. Palatable. Potent, Taste Good. Do
food. Never Sicken. Weaken or Gripe; 10, 25 and
0 cents per box. Write for free sample, and book-
leton health. Address 433
Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.


Dealers In and Agents for the
Sale of
Real Estate.
Taxes Paid and Rents Collected
for Non-Re;idents.
St. Andrew. Fla.


Barber and Hair Dress-
ing Parlor,

OCommeroe Ave. East of Buoy
jg 'Everything new, neat and
clean and patrons given the most
courteous aud careful attention.


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Proof T:':xt the Real Barand of It E x-
Ista In South America.
"Every country has its heroes, and it
Is refreshing to read something of the
heroic in the his'ry of the co'-n ,-
south of us." s.;id a thoughtful man.
"In a history of South America atten-
tion called to a number of things
whlIb d to show that the popular
est lM 'of valor and heroism In that
section of the world may not be alto-
gether the correct one. It is related
that once the Peruvian monitor Huas-
car fought against three Ch!lean ships.
"After bot6 A(ii.dr:al Gran and his
flag lieuteuiant wer killed Captain
Agnilrri took couimr.in- was killed, and
tlen s:u;p,(e.led I., 'C.l'aini Carbajal.
vho was put l.,u s de con'mbat by a shell.
The command devolved then on Lien-
tenant Rodrigie, who was killed; then
on Lieutenant Palacious, who was dis-
abled, and finally Lieutenant Garcyon.
with thd ship on fire. three feet of wa-
ter in the hold and with a l os of half
his officers and crew. was forced to
strike Lis flag. On July 23, 1879, the
Uuascar was In action against the
Chilean ship Abtao. Torpedoes at that
time were not much understood, and
one, being fired from the lluascar,
through faulty mechanism returned
back Straight upon the ship. Seeing
thi and knowing that if the ship was
struck she must sink, Lieu,(i-ii.at Di.iz
:insc(o juuil,ed 'overboard ;;ud In the
wvat-r with his hands alt:-.red its course
lust before It came In contact with the
ship." .
S A llnUxqan Weddling.
Besides britiesainfI' there are brides
men, these latter being obliged to pre-
ent the bridesmaids with sweetmeats.
A personage follows the procession
earning an elegantly mounted picture |
f Christ In gold and silver, which Is
stationed against the altar. The brides- i
aids do not all dress alike, and their s
umber is unlimited. The bride's old o
urse superintends the removal of the t
awry from the bride's home to that y
f her future husband and is a most h
npostant member on the day of the t
wedding. A witness, a connection of -
he family, pays the priest's fees, and t
ie number of assistants, each with a y
'parate duty allotted him, i often -2
'eat. u
Cheated Death.
Kidney trouble often ends fatally, but
choosing the right medicine, E. H.
olfe, of Bear Grove, Iowa cheated ol
atb. He says: "Two years ago I had ac
dney trouble, which caused me great ni
offering and anxiety, but I took Elec- fr
c Bitters, which effected a complete S<
t'e. I have also found them of Lrreat gr
nefit is general debility and nerve B
'ubie and keep thnm constantly on it.
nd, since I find they have noequal." 1c
EI.Brake guarantees them. at 50c.

his Peri.li-t" Creature Cai Neither 1
S-'e. le.ar Nor" Sliel. "]
LUnl;'-.e n; i. ihe s;i.-[ l which l s Ise
e or its "t'-ii -." ] u1'- i 'irly it-, rni y s
Ow i 11pc," one t, t ikte its i!irp. L'n '
. -.ort..;u conditions it gr.;\'s two to -.
ke t'.e pl:tc2 of ,:e. .A stati.Oh may '
se all it.i rays widiiout lisirg Its life. t
d very often a cripple with but .a Btu- 'Je
e rny left is found by fishermen and ":
electors. When completely broken in th
o the starfish becomes two distinct ro
h, and the growing process contin- ra
w. The brittle starfish, it is believed, sl
many Instances breaks off its own Cl
sa at the approach of danger. For bu
s reason It Is difficult to obtain a per-
et specimen.
L starfish can neither see nor hear. 3
either has it the sense of smell. In th
te of these seeming impediments, tw
vertheless, it seeks and devours its
*y as neatly as an ordinary fish. The
rush as upon its prey and folds its
ms...___ rays, completely about it sm
en it pushes its stomach out through yo
mouth and will wrap even a large wa
iteV and shell within the folds of the
mach. The mouth of the starfish is
the center of its rays. ha]
ome great ships are today employed to
ibst wholly in seeking for starfish me
nlmens In deep seas, and there are nol
ndreds of men who spend a portion uc
their time in collecting starfish in tai
Interests of science. Many of the th
cinens collected by ships are taken
m depths of one and even two miles. in
A Few Moments of Leisure. wil
'hrift and industry have been the Wa
lding stars of Miss Jelly's life. Dur- me
Sa sojourn in the Adirondacks witl
invalid niece she made the best of











New York slenementa.
"It is sir-prislug elbow Inany NAw
workers tl.eic- are wLu do int kn.w
at they ae li-i'm in t niniuiit
usess" said one of the inspectors of
e tenement holte coumir;-ijn. "j
ent into a tenlemnfit ioile in !')wel
exington avenue on an fotlhini visit to
spect the plutrilng. It is one of th~
d houses of the do-wntown dist:!4f
.d not a. t.t'uLnprt in niil3 thin.. but tiK
icial working of the law.T
'" W4i1t t.> itn--pr.ct this tenellji '
Id to the wornni who cam>i tot3"f
or of the sec-ond flo,. arpirtn,'it. I
'4*Whnt dPd you call it?" she di-
anded seerely.
S'I'ru a tenement house inspector.' I
plalied, 'aind the law s.vy '-
'Site did not let ime l eti aIy furtbh.
t burst in "-l.li: ''Id ;iave yoii knit r
Is is not n lenemenit. It's a re'pef tt-
e apartment bouse.'
'I knew my dzty. and I hd n look
the plumbing In spite of her |)> -
its. Finally. RgOilnst her will. s e

,d that lihe can colino pieparei i to




r time and has only twenty-four
irs to regret-hours during which Y(
e was lost in deep woods into which th
had ventured to search for a de- ho
ed medicinal plant. th
[er absence much alarmed her niece, wl
d when the search party at last re- Le
ned with Miss, Jelly, whom they In
d found hungry, but safe, the niece oIh
l on her aunt's neck. an
Oh, Aunt Phoebe," she sobbed, o11
weren't you frightened to death out
those dreadful woods all night?" sa
Frightenedl" said Miss Jelly, with do
e scorn, "No, I wasn't. I reckoned
re wouldn't be any critters but mi
at I could get away from if it came- ,
that, for I can climb with the best, ex
d I'd chosen my ttee. But it did '
ke me mad to think of the chance I bu
I to study out that knitting pattern thi
ss Brown's cousin sent her, and blI
re I was with not a single knitting
dle or a mite o' yarn!"--Youth's at
mpanion. tet

was convinced tlint it really was a ten.
Borrugh-r.erchant. ement house unier tl:e law.
Borroughs-Mr. Merchant's out, yon "'Well, Just wnit till my husbnad
say? Why, he had an appointment' com es home.' she (laro. .W n hse
with me here. 'That's very funny, to move. Just think if It ever got out
New Office Boy--Yes, sir; I guess he that we were living in n t(uenientg
thought it was too. Anyways, lie was house and haid to be Inspectcd!' "-"7y
laughing' when he went out. York Tribune.
Mothers Mothers! Mothers! Ancestry. ,'
How many children area this season Napoleon never pointed to his ax s-
feverish and constipated, with bad try as the source of his unparnal1fd
stomach and headache. Mother Gray's ambition and achievements, but 4jid,
Sweet Powders for Children will always "i am my own sacestry." A patric an
cure. If worms are present they will once said to Cicero. "You are a pe-
certainly remove them. At all diri- "I am," said Cicero. "Tp'
gis's. 25c Samples mailed FREE. Ad- an." "I am," said Ciero. "Th ,
dress en S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y. ability of my family begins witt v;
that of yours ends with you." I
Sbe the foundation of a new pV
PARK AE "S than the apex of an old one.
H slc HAiR beaut. bSAMher. a make your family proud of you te
IB ^to H'r e Greae .yry foolishly proud of your family; "
ir to ouitod., a ob. nothing in you to enable them
cgand Ooat Dru.s-gi,.. turn the compliment.


Aid the Sarsaparilla by keen the
bowels regular with Ayer, PIIils,

The Story of Cockrel's E election to
the Unlod Staten Seqate.
The truthful story is told in .Missouri
that the throwing of a broad brimmed
hat to the ceiling of the hall of the
'house of representatives ip tLhe eppitml
"t JefferIon Ctty made'Francli M'artoii
Cockrvll a member of the United States
senate. The state had been stirred by
a contest for the Democeatic nonlua-
tion for the governorship. the lines
between supporters of opposing ceandl-
dntes were sharply drawn. In a state
convention numbering a thousand dele-
gates Charles H. Hardin had won by
the narrow majority of one-half of one
vote. So close was the result and so
bitter the feeling that the Democratic
leaders feared irreconcilable division in
the party ranks. The result, however.
had scarcely been announced from the
secretary's desk when the tall figure of
the defeated candidate, General Cock-
rell, was seen coming to the platfoi-rmTi
A moment more, as the hush of expect
tancy fell upon the crowded hall, Cock-
rell's voice rang out. "No man," said
he. "will more loyally support the nowm
inee of the convention than myself. No
man will throw his hat higher for
Charley Hardin than will I." And
away to the ceiling went the broad
brimmed Cockrell hat. The conven-
tion, frantic with enthusiasm, heard
not another word. But the following
spring General Cockrell became Unite"
States senator by the unanimous vote
of the Democrats of Missouri. For
five successive terms after March 4,
1875, with never a Democratic vote
agalust him, he was elected to the sena-
tQrship, the first political office he ever
held. No senator from his state sur-
passed his record In length of years,
and none equaled it. sr.ve Thomas
Hart -Benton, the great Missourian.-
Walter Williams In The World Today.

The Mauser's Breath.
The old fable of the sireu has.Its
Suplicante in one of the most deadly of
modern weapons. '1he whistle of n
bullet ought to be a deadly sound; it
l4 surp iising to be told t it It is a
beautiful one. Mr. II. F. Provost Bat-
"tersby says in his South African notes
called "In the Web of a War:"
The Mauser's most melodious period
is from 800 to 18,000 yards. Over that
distance Its note is the most exquisitely
lovely of single sounds. "The silky
breath of the Mauser" is a phrase that
adequately describes It.
But there is something more about it
than its beauty, something strange and
balefiul. It goes by like the singing of
a wondering soul that can find rest on-
ly by bringing death to another. It is
a sighing so Indescribably tender and
sad und sweet that every sound of hu-
man lips seems without charm beside


ter lying for a time under that
breath, one has even to resist a
re to lift his head and take the
puff of It In his face.

'ten ends in a sad accident. To hal
accidental injuries, use Bucklen's Ar-
ica Salve. "A deep-wound in my foot,
om an accident," writes Theodore
chuele, of Columbus, 0., "caused me
great pain. Physicians were helpless,
ucklen's Arnica Salve quickly healed
'" Soothes and heals burns like mag.
. 25c. at A. H. Brake's.
Oar Lent a -s a."I
It is noteworthy that out of As1
>i;.e our alphabet and our Arnbic nt
or1'.ls. 'The ,on'pa:s wie owe t, i l.
; ft. -. ". :. iv th1 r ' r'" 'o i.'.-,
... *. :::e se' o;i ." -' .
-":' ., *... ,. :-!yin.lly c ,,, ,1 ,.
.i. .' *', *. A 1 ','; art o01' pi']:';.;. :t;
;'.: ;i r : ... '(f" 7 1" '. T :. < '1.
*-." '-1. l.t : 1, ,.*.v 'l. t,'r r. : r thl t L :',i
r of tle '!,". v irh i-f11tur'y, C:>l yer. '
fururre Gutebrg. 'they al9o. wadew
:,i liii: bLrt'ir Lurope and porch-aln
at has never been equaled by Eu
I. Truly, Asfa le the cradle of the
cc. On the original ideas of the Per-
ans, Arabians, the Hindoos and. the
hinese our modern society has been
lilt.-Portland Oregonian.

Rain falls more frequently between
o'clock and 8 o'clock in the morzln
an at any other times during
renty-four hour.
3est Cough Medicine for ChildreilJ
When you buy a ccugh medicine- for
all children you want one in whhici
u can place implicit cnifildence. ,u
nt one that/ not only relitevs linu cl'.
u want one that is u'iqnlus'ion-ly
rmless. You want one that is pleafiiit
take. Chamnlcielain's Cough l{emi di
ets all of these conditions. Thelit i-.
thinz so good for I lie conghs and ce'dF
ident to childhood. It is also a cer-
n preventive and cure for croup, i.id
are is no danger whatever from whlip-
cough when it is given, It 1has then
ed in many epidemics of that dis,- se
th perfect success. For sale by L..M.
are, St. Andrew anud Baybead andill
dicine dealers.

B~IR~ C~A l- FI

J personal.<
S. A. Griei, a former well-kjei ip
citizen of St. Andrew, whose preoil
lionie is Blakley, Ga., visited -his qd
liioi,- i.e'rii I tli hir.t ,l the week
iuatle i aiu.Ll 811, iit h pt ublihlh I.
lui,iy hlippy by having his una s
rolled on its rapidly growi'
scription list, .
W. F. Woodford, the fact f
Farmdale was in St. Andrew
day on business connected vwi bi
haunclh, Sybil.
Mr. and Mr.. -1. D. C.ffnia e-
partedl on the 'I'apon, Sunday
ing 'ui their uthr home in ChiiC
Ills. Mr. CUffmau assur-d the.
that when lie lretinas next fal
hope tLo lhae his bu.in ho.s o ar-ra l


Impure blood always shows
somewhere. If the skin, then
boils, pimples, rashes. If the
nerves, then neuralgia, nerv-
ousness, depression. If the

sto ach, then dyspepsia,
bilic ness, loss of appetite.
Your doctor knows the
remedy, used for 60 years.
Returning from the Cuban war, I was a
perfect wreck. My blood waa bad, and w ar y
health was gone. But a few bottles of Ayer's
Sarsaparill completely cured me."
H DOBHLER, Scranton, Pa.
81.00 a bottle. J., R Co
Al -& Ii for s 1-21

Impure BloodI

main here all niet hunter. lki eI
nLaking extensive imipruvemanits att
his Old 'I'own ionie, the past i tint,
Mr. Coflmani has ltinil a jIuUltI~
hounbe and barnu or tie plublishei F,
the Bnuoy, which are m models of coun-
nience for the unes fonr hicih they a
intended. The barn, ,Jhe owner ba,
lives, is the best. struct .ri of& i
kind in the connul, south of ti.tiupl4
barring tlie'pai..t,. %,41ich is "it

Hour of Sleep.
Tliough ins,,mnnn is disstresslng anl
very bndlfor be:ilt Ih. ninny people slee)
too mutch. Too much sleep Is harmful,
and even a newborn infant ought noi
to he allov't'd to spend all Its time I1
slumber. -Between one and (two year
>f age d child needs sixteen to eighteen
hours of sleep: from three to four
reprs it requIres fourteen to sixteen
lours; from four to six years It ought
o have thirteen to fifteen bours: from
dx to nine years It should have ten to
welve hours, and from nine to thirteon
rears the proper allowance of sleep Is
eight to ten hours. After the complex.
Ion of growth the sleep allowance Fan
e br.ougbt down safely to six or eight

A Daredevil Ride

Whether Large "r Small,

Write for Prices,


*c 0


rnus, Mdicines", FAflcy Tolot Articles"

I Handle no Quack Nostrums.

DR. J, J, KESTER, M. D. Drueprist.



No 4
12:35 n'n
2:22 p.m
4:22 "

8:25 7:30 "

No. 2
11:05 p.m.
6:15 a.m.
11:59 ",
2:30 "
7:20 "
7:20 p.m

No, 2
11:05 p.m.
1:02 a.m.
2:55 "

No. 4
12:35 p. m. Leave
6:30 Arrive
9:12 '"
8:50 a.m "
11:59 "
1:30 p.m. "'

Effect April 14, 1901
iNo. 8 16. i
Leave PeVtsacola, Aerr.ve 5:00 a.im. 4:00 pM
Flomaton, Leave 2:33 a m. 230 "
Mobile, 12:30 n'n 1:25 "
New Orleans, 8:00 p.m. 9:30 a ni

St. Louis

St oi I

No. 2} No. .3,
Daily. Daily.
11:55 p.m. 7:00 a inm. Lv
12:15 u't 7:13 "
12;20 7:16 "
12:23 7:18 "
12:3 :25 "
12:39 7:28 "
12-50 7:35 '
12:58 '' 7:39 "
1:30 a. m
1:55 8:15 "
2:20 8:30 "
3:00 8:56
3:3 9:10 "
4'0? "
4-18 9:44 -
4:40 9:57 "
5:00 10:10 "
5. R" l",:15 '
5:33 10:30 "
6:00 10:47 "
6:2.0 11:07 "
7:00 11:25 "
7:40' 11:45 "
7:50 11.42 "
7:58 12:02n'n
8:15 re. 12:15 Ar

8 el 5 I I I 1

The word "prejudice" comes from
two Latin words, "pro" or "pre." be-
forehand, and "judico," I judge. There-
fore "prejudice" means the forming of
an opinion beforehand or before knowl-
edge. To form an opinion or declare a
judgment concerning any subject with-
out or ignoring knowledge is "preju-
dice." An opinion formed after a life-
long acquaintance and experience aud.
after thorough Investigation and study
may be erroneous, but cannot properly



Mo. 2
Pensacola. Ar 10:5(0
Bohemia. 10:137
Yniestra. 10:34
Escambia. 10::2
Mulat 10:23
Harp 10:21
Galt City 10:15
Miltonu Ii:10
Good Range
Holts. 9.35
Milli'an 9.:20
trestvieiv t:13
Deer Land 8:55
Mossy Hend 8:40
)cF'uniak Sprine's 8:18
Ponce de Leon 7:29
Wertville 7:17
Caryville 7:12
Bon ifay 6:55
Ch:plcv 6:37
Cottondale 6:18
Marianna 6:00
Cypress 5:38
Grand Ridgl 5::;2
Sneads 5:21
RiverJunction Leave 51:1

lm.i. 5:00 a.tn.
a.m. 9:35 p.m.
" 4805 "
p.m. 2:45 a.m.
" 8;15p.m.
" 8:55 '



No. 22
6:30 p. m
6:0(i "
6:01 "
5:45 '*
5:27 "
4:55 '
4t '" -
4;00 "
3:34 "
3:16 "
2:43 "

1;5:,.- *"
1:49 "
1 ;27 "
1:04 "
12:30 uu
12:14 "i
11:15 a n
11:22 **
10:20 a. r

)e styled "prjudlice." When tlic teach-
ng and Pxperiences of the world are
librenrardcd. wLen uthe facts of history
.ad se!ence are ignored or denied, the
onclu.ions or opiniuns thus arrived at
nust not only ,e liistnken. but they
unst b'e the resiltr of prejudice.
Tt*e Sophistieated Wftea
Mr. Newrteh (In clty)-Marinr. pats
them beans.
Mrs. Newricl--Doret t' nbhqur
Fr:ink. Themin 's illed anin6ns.- Ponts
.' 1 ..... ...


ALj5 Hair Renewer
Perhaps you like your gray hair; then keep it. Perhaps not;
then remember- Hall's Halr Renewer always restores color to
gray hair. Stops falling hair, also. VM ATi.=im?"1'2




A 9







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Dea le iii 5 a e raf M Cl'iludlis a,

Dry Goods, Groceries, Provsions-

Boat Stores, Hay Grain "nd Feed Stuffs,
We carry at all times a Well Selected Stock ol .Me.ri'handioe a-hlp|te.I (t
the St. Andri.ns Bay trailed.
We will Not Be Undersold!
*- -

MElN AND WVOMEs in this county and ad-
joining territories, to represent and ad-
verlike an old established house of solid
firnicial sinnding. Salary to men $21
wiek'v, to women $12 to $18 weekly with
Er.ienses advanced each Monday by check
direct fr.,im headquarters. Horse an4 bug-
gy furnished when necessary; position
oermnanient. Address Blew Bros. & Co-
Dept. 5' Mouon Building, Chicago, Ill.
The Confederate Cent.
There was only one complete die
made for the purpose of coining money
by the Confederate States of America
-that for a one cent piece; which Was
mi.de by I.ovett, the Phillndlphla en-
graver, in 1S.11. After be had finished
the d!vs Mr:. I.ovett found tbat he was
unih.bh to rend them to ti.e persons
n h, hd It or-'ered the work done, aul.
becoming nailrmed, 1:- "'tru'k off"
t.-t ive nihtc l .cenI t n .o,. tHL-p arefully-
secreted lioth colns and dies. F'r
twelve long years the engraver kept
his secret, which was finally revealed
through an accident. One dny In 1S73
be we-'nt to the hiding place of the rare
coins and elected one for a pocket
plece and withLin the month passed It
out Lnknowlnly to UIazeltlne, the
PLiladelpbl.i restaurant keeper. This
man, knowing the piece to be" Lovett's
work. sent it to J. C. Randall, the coin
collector. After some little trouble
liawi.-Ilre nod Randall succeeded in
bunylnig the die, and from it they struck
fifty-five copper pieces, twelve in silver
and seven in g 'd. This accomplished,
they Lr::1ilate.l the dlie, and coin dealers
now hb.jild ',Cofer'ate cents at a Tery
high i',;ure.
The hornet's stlung.
The female hornet has a trpid fire
armameut w:th a recoverable projec-
tile. It uses it for bath attack and de-
fense and with remarkable aim' and
efilclenry. Thi- first stroke of a hornet
is as penctrnting a's an electric shock.
At the base of its harp sting thee Is
a sac containing poison which, wheu
injected Into the substance of its ene-
my, causes pain, swelling atid discom-
fort, facts to which most persons are
able to testify by experience. Should
the Injection be upon the end of the
thumb or nose or upon the tongue there
Is danger from it. Strong ammonia
applied to the wound is the best anti-
dote. -..- .. .-



Manufacturers of

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Y foi. -P i -. 0' ,- -B

Dealers in General Merchandise,

Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and Feed,

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egn y.

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The Grunting Ox,
One of the largest of the mammalla
of Tibet is the yak, or grunting ox;
Standing between five and six feet
high- at the shoulders, the bulk of this
strange looking creature is not a little
exaggerated by the enormous growth
of hair upon the lower part of the body
and tall. Beneath the outer coat, more-
ever, tLcre Is, a layer of fine wool
known as "pusiim." which is highly
prized for the making of cloth.

Find the Ra inbow.
I have seldom seen a sky without
some bit of rainbow In it. Sometimes
I can' make others see It, sometimes
not. but I alw:iys like to try, and If I
fail I harbor no worse thought of them
than that they have not had their eyes
examined and fitted with glasses which
would at least have helped theih vision.
-W. D. Howello.

Secret of Admiration.
"I have a great admiration for the
Moors," declared Miss Elderly.
"I think I can tell why," from her
best chum. "Their women never cele-
brate a birthday and make it a point
of honor not to tell their ages."-De-
trolt Free Press.

An Elastie Stntement.
The new reporte' in Ii-4 story of the
weddiIlg, says th' ,-it. itiiore Ameri-
can, wrote, "The flor;il ..lilplni.y :tretch-
ed from the chancel r.il to tlhe doors of
the church."
The city editor in a unild uauner, as
is the custom of city dWijrs with new
reporters, said:
"Couldn't you have us.t-I a better
word than 'stretc:-hed?' S.y the floral
display u'"u.'ded' or twinedd' or some-
thing like that-some wod miorec sug-
gestive of flowers."
"'Stretched' is all ri::ht m this case."
replied the new re,-orter. with the
stubborn courage ,f a re:tlist. "The
decorations consisted of o six rubber ,
plants, and they had to stretch to cover
the distance."
Why He Wanted iim.
"Let's ask Easy Mark to sit In with
as at our next game."
"Why, I didn't know he could play
"HIe can't."-Houstou Post.

A thread of spider Ill ; ts decidedly
tougher than a bar of steel of the
same size.


none sending a sketch and description maf
qutckty ascortain our opinion free w lett' an
invention is probably p:itentable. Comrn ,a-
tions strlctiy confidential. handbook on Pat. i
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patent,
Patents taken through Mount & Co. recmi
special notice, without cmrge, in the
$ ictfic JHrkaIt.
SAhandsomely illustrated weekly. nLnrgest cir
elation of any scienftiflc joiiniil. Terms, $3 a
year: fuur months, $1. Sold byall newsdealera.
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Branch Office. 625 F St.. Washinuton. Dn,

Two 1ap-Eai 1
30)x50 inci hei. correctly platted tuil
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1lts is not sliwn. It liy tLhe aid o,
thll miap the.approximlilte loca-.ii, ol I
a-ly Flct iI etdrly ,eteatlined. Price.
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Eithermli- witll be S9llt hyl mail )to
ally ad. rll'eI *. rHo ,ipot the price.

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bes (publieationmf in the counlry i'and l',1
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Detroit Free' 'trc' a(t wee-a-week
lIme d YearCos ,opol, it ...... ...... .1 7
The Fla T1. U. & O ri/.ti, daiy- lor 8
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Pam Journal, Phil.tl'a, nIwwMhly I )
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A 8 large pages each isse.:... 1 5
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The Criterion................... 1 50
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.. *,\ t ;,.Ai .1 'all sorts
1 .'! : i I1 r,-t:eujlo,:,'
V.-sy ;-'.-'i'i "i yon iliade i:)h t wt ihui
]'u Ti.'' ;', .vLy "'
'Of i --.: ly it wasn't silly It
Sas t c frCzon t]-tth."
"It idi 't sa<:i very frozen then,
.:r da. now. however, at
r..s vd;'-.. : You haven't answered
i'vy tc :-tiin yet, though. What wias
;t you s::id.i'"
"Why-thtat- what's the use of my
telling you over again if your memory
is o good?"
"It's your memory that's in ques-
tion, not mine. Confess you don't re-
"But I do, of course. It was that I
wouldn't forget," he said triumphantly.
Miss Travers dropped her eyes, raised
them again for a brief fluttering mo-
ment and again dropped them with a
pensive little smile.
"And you remember what it was I
said to you then?" he asked impressive-
ly, le, ilu'l; nearer and looking down at
the bent Lead.
"You sail-of course, you were just
saying It-but you said you would re-
rrm'nmber every word I had ,aid to you,
,'.' :..y ruole. You were quite sentimental
tlflt night."
"It was rkennt, e-ery wor-1 of it. No
man could forget. I know it now."
"Now? Didn't you know it then?
i~that do you mean? .You talk as
chc,:ih you were not the same man you
were. Aren't you?"
"Well, every man changes, you know,
every seven years. Scientific fact, I
"But it hasn't been, seven-only
"Oh, of course, not really change. I
was joking. What I meant was that
knowing you, having your Image be-
fore me these years, has made a ehang-
ed man of me-changed the whole
course of my life," he said earnestly.
"Ah, and you have that photograph
of me yet?"
"Of course. As if I wouldn't! It
has never Deen out of my keeping since
I sLole it from"-
"I thought I gave it to you myseTf ?"
Sshe ilaidt, with some surprise in her
voice, "Have you forgotten how you
begged it from me that night?"
"Of course I haven't forgotten," he
replied heartily. "I know you gave It
to me." But she was not listening.
Her eyes were looking off into the dis-
ta nee beyond the dark glass of the con-
"How beautiful the moonlight was on
the water that night, and far off some
boating party was singing! It was per.


"M1' 1I t.at's bow you canme to know
his sisters? hearinging girls, weriu't
"Very, very chin:'uing, only I don't
want to talk about them now. It's
such n waste!"
"Why, have you quarreled?"
"' not exactly."
"Ithought perhaps you had, because
CInr' Thlornton just passed, and nei-
ther of you spoke. I thought it curi-
"I'. Of course I saw her-but-
it's rather a painful subject with me,
and;so if you don't mind let's get off

It looked off sadly, with a perturbed
expresssion of cuniiiitenance, due nat-
anally to the paln he was feeling.
There was silence for a moment or so,
and then, hearing a little sobbing
souad. he turned toward her.
She was bending over, her face
buried In her hands. Like a flash it
qmawe over him what was the matter.
She cared for him and thought he
Wgred for the Thornton girl.
-"Margaret." he said, "Margaret, dear!
Itwas nothing of that kind. I've nev-
ei cared for any other woman but you
suddenly she lifted her face. There
were traces of tears In her eyes.
'"Oh, you fraud she cried. "You
utter fraud!" -
"Tou impostor! And y6ft' fancied I
believed you?"
the drew a folded letter from the
fods of her gown and found a place
In It.
Read that, Mr. Philip Morton, and
klorton read the part she Indicated.
s*-"And now the greatest news! Of
course. you sly puss, I know of your-
fltation with Harry Morton three
yirs ago and that you gave him your
photograph. Well, my dear, it seems
thqt Harry's twin brother, Phil, saw
thb picture and rescued it when Harry
wap burning his scalps just before his
manilage. Phil's kept it on his mantel
foqithree years. Now he is going west,
a what do you think? He proposes
toX p off at Glendale and pretend he's
Ka stay at the Johnstons and pick
up e ends of the affair with you
where he dropped them. Isn't
tha prudence? He has made a bet
wI array that he can do this, and he
sho be taught a lesson. He is exact-
ly Harry, as good looking and
131 nd I'm afraId"-
needn't read the rest," Miss
T Interrupted. "It's nothing to
do you." She turned a severe
co nee toward the culprit. "It is
a nice trick to try and play on a
gir 't It? So gentlemanly!"
t wfose it wasn't fair, but"-
"But what? I want to be just"
"Well, it wasn't all a lie. The picture

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'ea perfect. at least to e" ws ;'I T S to j-. 'I, I have known
-Do you remember when we gliled e', rr si.n,.Ti m 3t you that I cared for
luto tbtt stretch of lily plds and I yo;. hut 1 suppose you are awfully of-
ift I them dripping from the water. i 0o .-1l. .I l' ....l
t dop like a diamond, and youl "It si.,i[ ,1I, -iihii'li't it, as a pun-
S lbr. '1 i.re o, ht to be some pun-
I sikl 1 wished they were real I lhi.,_, '' ,y
t.I could give them to you," he 1 -I .1 I.' L1'y b'It. Isn't that "
I dl eln :.;. lil' voii'iil let me w-in t?"
S -ou? I thought it was that the .Wiy. I ,.n I?" ]
wouldd spoil mvy gown--the gowp "-Tlhe tli ',' you n ow. Let ilck
Vired'l so uch.' 'tu il'' l -:' II:.rr*". dlroped them.
d admire it. I have always seen fI.,. I'll '"i:i. ',i siiJ you were go-
yo that gown--anti y-ur face lu:ni. ii- v:,I:i'i. .-.ii t you,i that day,
not in half shadow. the glint of ycur 'irl y", ':.r*l.l-'t1 l>,,,.:. use of the rain?'
halt .d your arws bl'auiing In tie I i' .' tiIi:.-ir .v P' illI be a flue day.
W eight as you trailed your fingers 'i h'- 'i i'r '. ery liright. Look up
in water and made silvery ripple th:r,: tile rip..Iq there. Mayn't I i
0o the polished black mirror of the-- t i:..rr ... fir you?"
.r-- ver.-" "Y I 1l'- t '!-serve It. and I won't
^IL .d'we a long breatlh hein l :e fin :',Iw. ,'t I -hill I)-. hoiie at 3 and-
lspedi, ats ot-lo wliio felt rlicved. Yo"r i-.i;1. r. .vkt! ? Ys. s) It is.
"1*Aud It was -is we nered home i'-., :T,!1;"1 yl I.: hlaticeh a hunt for me. I
wasn't it, tliot you told mne that you .' t i1. in."
wanted my icLturre'."' .' *l'r; o. ;'-' h;au' l fnmlle 1 for a
yc. u ,i'_.r>.'r.l i ''t lior rm.,-r-, then she
he corners of her moutLi twitcl:he n ,."'. v ;wIny to tl l. lil':.min. leaving
a jttle. "WIhat a spleudid mIeinory Y.,,i, Ib 1irl hlr -- 'i. h' fh or a bud just open-
thlve." slit sai'd. "a I arvo;' l,' u- iio ri y -Ii' '.. i'.:' wul 1.
Ii call It. I ish I h:i ene like It. r I..'; I,:-Le it up t ind put it in his
tko iuh it's not what I would call ac- ',. .:.l.l .
er'at--If tlhalqt a s.niplli .--I, 'nt.-1. yotl I C,- ,i,.'t su:'-- tomorrow will be a
ste, you li.ln't nIk me fli r m y [n.'rMt'- I,' it !v." .-It iI 1>
.h Ihnit nii-lt. It wi f-ill whon rhari.-ble Doctors.
you left. :ill it rtinii. hrd thi: t n aftor [,oct.'r Live aws v more thau any
oII, ahiil \e c.,l1 iit t'o out. ibuit ini ,th r .-:s ,.f i ed on earth. It is stat-
S t) ';:t inu lh ,r Lv. aig rt' ,ini by th -,i t .'t .t e g:n-tuitous services of phy-
ft>e. L x '-.rt fr tl .... little ,e .rtiis it 'a s ,yelr t v-,e large Philadel-
yi r ',,. ,ri,, u -',l.:: h .l-lin d i. i. 'tui ,l -in,,o tted, to over $.00,-
--W. l-ti i .-if rs r'- .J M. 'w 'y fee.. -U pon this the
u- :mv\,i.. edlhal Itec,)rder remarks
"Yes: I .l.. I just w.'ntedl to teSt l,,. L if ay ;i,Jdiidual or any society
ygi. Now I c.i'-nu 'i.' to c':l.t f '" .ti.,0'.') to. any cause the
*'pul re.ity .still have iiiy pl>tarI." .i ve a-ip:.eari- d In all the
1 c. l hllow it to vim." : i\.<.-i with Il:rge headlines, but this
'*Ar .r yUii cort.In it'. II :t r-oni? oth.'' r,,. W-k '.-f the [liyysiChus has come
r I thi:nt you 've inlstaien f.-r n)' O- u.i>i l as too counimon for no-
s lialL..' t', i ti-: iko o e p(r-,iii for an i
other in,.'s. the '.- a s,.- i.il re -on." ...i tl. l w:-e only one ho.spltal in
-"N,! w,: t'r. ': i "n I, I. t ;I' :. I.,'r :-! i. 1 -.w enouriousi this free
la thIe u ..rl. 1;1.? y-.ii. I L:..',, . i ii. i. ti a I. it..'h c.a itry m ust have
Lud. -iilt I saiw .' ." '-. r i '.
"A' ,'\\' Hir,':'"
"T0,11 h d f.; r.l IL. L.'. : I *I** of the ap-
S' n.'" b. t .ii t. .-l,.. l like -'i t ii. -: rC, -iti ed n thli e dci'.elopinent
Son b ,. hi ., 1 khnew i:i:.'l- ,.r n ? t lit I lcle cu ltoms.
yo t-f.r ,e ,... [ c r,:,l :, : t i e I :nr In which
IQh.- t[\a w -. it n.t :I 1..ll1 w lirst : ri- 1 on unwelcome 0
n l .t 1 l i nie t 3l. :r Ny : linil ; ., t. at : ,: ,..-- z* h t :.a t lt h e tim e
th r ,i ,:: ", t- ,,. b!, t I ,!,.i i I i; : h t -tlie is
w.a ait a 1 ..11 ihat i L i ,w],,lt- 1 .' II -l.t- I work
u u to I .-i \Ve n,,.t .ti. t--I .t : .e- t t h
wtt e i C: it ': .- t 1 : i i p o w ithn
-.,t- : idi ti;. .,:t f life i l. iu the
of 4C I .-,l:, t r -i.::...tr for the. i,3 l th -

TL.or -:." :.: ; .. i .;..er It isn't
h"Of i-. L-,* ;ie Tl. u; ... I li <. i e l-'uLI,. .. nand
but] co' al !I t'i. i tue n uine... I r ie- !. f..i t t r i r be-
Ieg 'i Ia rrdy t ,l I O ', 1 | i 'u i t ". i y i r.,f til.'ir uw n.
l i.rr \111I:-it 1- Irr -?" l 1 'i .:. a- I I.r : l t r-.. t O to con
"fi Harry I rry T'jorz tu. of e-i r-If vji ;" ;-r oni telling other
T .OUrt .-'." i .i]'i .t ;i .t io -) *. i t-. : t* y wt ill at
'I., I iieer kr iL'thee Av s b- .- etl -ii. t') i ; .!i[W e a. nd 'shun you,
u-f. r.- I L- 1 .' h f:.M..u"- \i' I ..:,nse t,, r<- .v ;! : proverit thew
"Thae z I.r u\ iati l n ,to m t vI t y I. fro te lling l ir t r.. t le s.
lie 1.41t.. T linl. ti-c'/> XV" h"
Ieh. t,. I gi t y-thr nimt w'ee ais HE.\Lr i I 1. Y UT1H.
I la ITy. but '' t .; i t.,-u't c' inze fi t ih on
thres y.ir. istoo. Yuii utll to.. b- c l.- Disease md, i iciness Bring Old Age.
ry." HeiI in.- iti ae ., n l i,. -ryl ici i in'-a bitore
".e7.n I'e\ rienire twoa nwrme", t b, ,.tkv.-S, t will ket p or trd in robust
he .. liA llh, lit to ard 411 di-ase. It
S. -. .. ,ci corst'i|ation, billoufne .s lvyspep-
IIe t. ho i. .have r" th"n-:-in, fever. I-ki, liv r aid ki.n.e com-

ton. All !iy old. cli'.tus ant 'ollkue Ce-1sd \\hilney, Texa. : [vrites Anril 3, 1902:
me Phil." *t I Ia.eused Ht'rbin', and find it the
"I nilyc'at havel uindrstoo.d-so s'. l..I hst medicine for constipatBin ii0d l liver.
of ne. So Mr. Thorntonw, n um i u li'n. It dos all you claim for it. I
ofy atcoll-i fu er:1 1 highly ,ecommand it 50 centsa
Yespe. hG rhlly h., ho,:ll Itu the Tradin- aPost, St.
n. ghteht friend_ ; werto re." hotme dS l i tt the r cst
'. . .. \Andrew. Fla.

Thni;s the latest nun most complete
Hand .-low for working plants in the garden. It
s8 Nl--adj lstatlble; the weight the block to
which the. blade is attached keeps it in tie
"ground, and the depth of plowing is regulated
by liftio-, the handles. A boy or girl of ten
Years can handle it with perfect ease. It had a
4-inu;h steel wheel, the height of which makes
the plow light of draft. It has five blades: 1 is
i"rningmold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweeper weeViog
b]a.de, 4 a bull-tongue, 5 a rake. Wrench
with each plow.
..... We have made arrangements by
S... wiit h we can furnish this povw n
the factory price, $3.75, with



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freight, to St. Andrews Bay abo> t one dollar, making ihe plow, deli'" r.
$4.50. But the -BroY proposes to do better than this anid will send the bnov
cne vear and furnish one of these plows complete at the factory for$'4.50
purchaser to pay freight
The plow may be seen in.operation at the editor's residence at any time
Order from the BUOY direct,


loYbuT e Quinhe?

It's 10 to 1you do if you are a victim
of malaria.
Don't Do t12. Its Dangerous.
We'll admit it will cure malaria, but it le .CoS
almost deadly after effects.

is purely vegetable ad absol-tely rarar .,?d
to cui'e malaria, cick headache, bilious:: *s.
a~nd all sto..ch, kidney and ]l;'' compala.
50 to a0 Dowt. A23 1! .U:.?:-?.


On Sale at the Trading Post, St. Andrew, Fla.

An e:I-it iide eavli:itionnl worker who
They.Play but a Secondary Role In is teachlg ini it night s.lhool for newly
the Defense of States. arrive.l Itu-.si ,jcwvs was remlarkJug
A fortress spells immobility and dis- on the diticulties of grounding theji
person. We should therefore look in English studl8s.
askance at it until proof is given thbtt "Somei of them'come to us with the
it has a definite purpose to fulfill in a barest sminiterin~of EuI. b '..-.
reasoned scheme of strategy. We mu,-t 'he sai, .'rtl r u k~ ''led' .,
not allow ourselves to be led away by iv the glamour surrounding a heroic de have p:'-'J a, sin 1 l a : "
fense. We must look to the end an J trying to teach a sml (..s he i t'-a-
leave panegyrlc, to, poets. \\'. must, 8sonsfm tee rer tbe
In abort, regard anll forrtifiC.tirion ts an Ltlme y lId not .eeu to unilerrtand
auxiliary an.d lithling more. A for- what I was drivin.6 at. Then/the light
tress, because it is a fortress and be- broke.-over the fa;e of one young fel-
cause it is ours, 1li nut necessarily an low.
advantage and may be the reverse. If I know seasons,' he dqelared. i
we gain battles we gain the enemy's, 'Fow many seasonsar-e.there in the
fortresses; if we lo .e them he gains year?' I asked.. .
ours, whether they are in the interior "..'6ne, two,' was the unexpecd an-
or upon the sea. In each case the Lir- swe. -
ger the garrison. the greatperthe disas- 'What'fire they?' 1 asked.
ter. Fortresses,' ,ad. in fct, all fortifi- 'BuRy seasop and slow aseasox.,
nations, have never played anything but ..niUe the nii.wer. quite promptly;-,
a secondary role in the defense of "That .onnn nmin will have a saving.
states, and no nation has ever yet beeau i.iuk an'i int before Ie has been here -
saved by them. They can as auxil- ,i.1 munths."-New York Tribune.
larles occasionally assist an army and :
they can aid naval capital, wisely in- A Mnussy Cook.
vested and wisely used, to '.,ear splen- I c'd make a chocolate cake 'n' a
did interest, but they can never re- king might eat off o' "my cuffs 'n' col.
establish moral superiority when once lar when I was through, but what sur-
it is lost nor create it by the virtue at- praised me about your chocolate cake,
teaching to its parapets if it does not Mrs. Lathrop, was 't you didn't get
exist. Over the portals of the fortress into the oven with it in tVe end, for .
or harbor of refuge should be written I'll take my Bible oath 's you had 'a
in the largest and blackest of charac- inu:' on you 's on any pan.- -"Susan
term the words that Dante discovered legg and Her Friend, Mrs. Lathrop," .
over the gates of helL~--Military Cor. by Anne Warner.
London Times. One En.
The War He Pat IT fine. Exception.
At a school examination at New- cradsle theohand trlate rteord?
castle-under-Lyme, England, a boy was "That's what I've heard."
told to write an essay on the pleasures "Well, I know one that don't."
of reading. He wrote: "People read for "Who Is it?" o
many reasons. Sometimes they read "Nurse. She wanted to go .down-
for humor, and then they read such town, and mamia told her she'd fre
books as 'Don Quixote.' At other her.if she went and wouldn't give her
times they read for amusement, and no recommendation." Indianapolis
then they read the Bible." Sentinel.




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