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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: May 18, 1905
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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VOL, XV.


ST. ANDREW,


MAY


1k;, I~JU5.


NO. .


OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.

U. S. Senator-1st district, S R. Mal-
lory, Pensacola; 2d District, J. P.
Taliafero. Jacksonville.
Representatives-1st District, S. M.
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d District,
Frank Clark, Lake City; 3d District,
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
Land (OiW-ll;ister, W. G. Robin-
sou; Iteceiver, H. S. Chubb, Gaines-
vile.
Sate--Governor, N. B. Broward; Sec-
retary, H. C. Crawford; Treasurer,
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, W.
H. Ellis; Comptroller, A. J. Croom;
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion, W. M. Holloway; Commission-
er of Agriculture, B. E. McLin.
State Senator, S. W. Clark, Blounts-
town.
Washington County-Representative,
W. A. Bryan, Chipley; County Juage,
J. R. Wells; Clerk of Court, County
Clerk, Recorder of Deeds, W. C.
Loekey; Sheriff, C. G. Alien, Ver-
non; Deputy,.C. H. Danford; Tax
Collector. Jno. R. Thompson, St.
A.4 It
, ; ,tendent. B.
: ausau; Surveyor, Thos.
S Vernon; County Commis-
siner. B. F. :- .', Vernon; A.
I. rrill. Chiieiyr; J. M. Porter,
'. . W. esley, Point Wash-
: Singleton, Nixon.
A"dr cws-Justice of the Peace,
John Sturrock; Notaries, W. A. Em-
mons, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk,
Circuit Court, W. A. Emmons;
School Directors, G. W. Surber, Sr.,
P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis-
tress, Zadie H. Ware.
hMillville--Postmaster, Henry Bovis;
Constable, J. H. Daffln,
Parker-Postmaster and Notary Publl,
W. H. Parker.
Callaway--Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
Saunders-Postmaster, R. Peters.
Allanton-Postmaster, Andrew Allan.
A tr.-on-PIostmaster, S. W. Ander-
son.
West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
M urfee- Postmaster, James M. Murfee.
Gay-Postmistress, Mrs. R. Gay.
Tompkius-Postmaster, Emery Tomp-
kins.
Bahyead-Postmaster, O. C. Tompkins.
Cook-Postimaster, J. J. Fowler.
WetLappo-Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.
Calhoun County Cromanton-Postmas-
ter, Frank W. Hoskins..
Farmidale-P-ostaaster, W.. Wood-
tord.
THE MAILS.
The northern mails, via, Anderson,
Gay, Bay Head and Chipley departs
Severe day except Sunday at 3:00
o'clu.k a. m., arrives every day ex-
cel; Sutilndy at 7:15 p. m.
i. iaXst na i.tl for Harrison, Millville,
-u)aLitun. I'nrker, e1'tlaslurg, Cook,
i'-. i e :ifan Wetuaiipo leaves St.
II C iid cIUV f irjiuL-ig e'ept suu-
tr o'. o:-k, arri, i oling
:7 lo.ck p. In.
i IrE. lLli'JI'-)U,-. :
Bati-t- urh \Vyming ave. front-
,-ig l'ark St. -ervices at 11 a. m. and
..;i 1 p i. Sunday School every Sun'
Ity >t 1i 1. m. Rev. C. L. Joyner,
p', toacr.
S.tl,. id st Ep'iscopal-Church Wasta-
i,,,, %e. aiHld Chestnut st. Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday.
c t.,. .I.. Conway, pastor.
,rs'Ibvteria -Church corner Loraine
Ave. and Drake St, Rev. O. C. Dol-
phy, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. every Sunday, John Stur-
-' ock, Supt.
Catholic-Church corner WyomingS
Ave. and Foster St.

Parker Lodge No. 142
A. .ScA.. 1V.
Regular Communni-
'catons on the first
c^iand third Saturday
in each month.
SVisiting Brothers
FRATERNALLY INVITED.
W. H. PARKER, W. M.
W. A. EMMuos,Secretary
BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
W. A. EMMONS,
Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notary
Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
affidavits, legalize acknoxwledg-
ments, etc., anywhere in Florida.
F*),, :-* attention given to land con-
ve-yaancc' a.d '**.:. .- cere0-mony per-
f''rj i fo"r ., ...i qualified parties.
:.,.. tiat the Buoy C .. St. Aunrews
c c
SL. M .i .. "
.- ...... .-: at L aw,
Vernon, FlIa.
A. H. BRAKE,
"I' 'otary Public for State at large. Of
fice at Store, corner of Loraine ave-
nue and Cincinnati st, All Notarial


work solicited :and given prompt at-
tention.
DR. W. G. MITCHELL,
Physician and Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of Bayview, offers his profes-
sional services to the citizens of St.
Andrews and vicinity. Residence on
Buena Vista avenue.
DR. J. J. KESTER,
Homoeopathic Physician and Accou-
cheur. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
--
W. H. PARKER,
Notary Public for the State of Flor-
Ida at Large. Office at Parker, Fla.
Conveyancing and payment of taxes
for non-residents, specialties.

_Why doughing Weakens Yon.
A patient German scientistof a sta-
tistical turn of mind calculates that
the amount of energy expended by a
person who coughs once every quarter
of an hour for ten hours is equivalent
to 250 units of heat, or the nourish-
ment yielded by three eggs or two
glasses of milk. Coughing is thus seen
to be an expensive luxury. The rea-
son for the waste In force entailed by
it, or one reason at least, lies in the
fact that, while in normal respiration
the air is expelled from the chest at
the rate of four feet a second, In vio-
lent coughing it may attain a velocity
of 800 feet..
_rF~_~.*0'P


PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
AT ST. ANDREW, FLA.
One I)ollar a Year in Advance.

Entered Sept 3. 19 (, at St. Andrew,
Fla., as second class matter, under
Act ot Congress of March 3,1879.

WILLIAM A EMM NS,
PRO P 1 IET 0 R .

Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
month. Position and extraordinary
condition rates subject to special
agreement.
"Local Drift,"5c per line, first inser-
tion; 2ic each subsequent. Display
locals double above rates.
If this paragraph is checked with a
bluepencil it is a reminder that your
stibacription has expir.cd and that two'
orthree e\.tra nrnumbers will be sent
you tlar1t 1n I:,rac4n ialy ol- i, sb'-uS l
*on cl,,iie ;o r,_nd: .


'We are Hindoos, fr our charity
takes \thin its range every living
thing, and a good Sunshiner could
not even be cross to a dumb animal.
iut to tie wi.doin of th Voilas we
would make just that simple and
ea.v coddicil, or annex: --Do some-
tliing for soincbody, quiick "
\Ve me Stoics, for poverty and1
wealth are all the sanco to us, and
we find that ,ne needs sympathy .and
help as often as the other. Bit .to the
faith ot Epictetus, with all due re-
gald to his epigrammatic versatility,
we would deferentially fasten the
supplcniental creel: "Do something
for somebody, quick."
We are Epicureans as well, lor we
bo pyt th eitjying lile adiin':akv,
ing others enjoy it, too. And.we have


SOCIALISTS ON-I
Higher Science Magazii


RANCE.


Socialists are beiril to advo-
cate liquor free from all efaalty as a
means of temperance as was outlined
and advocated in thefirit issne of
this magazine, Mov. 19I01" It is tIhe
only rational Iplan and wu".l- instant-
ly do away with the saloon business,
because the saloon busanc s would
not be profitable if liquor aa but ten
cents L.er gallon. If Socialism will
bring about this rofortf..nd save
millions of our boys an "-'~ri from
drunkard's graves it c W ave the
qrpport ot this magazinel-;he great
enemies of such a reform i! he the
inanunrcturers of liquor, bircheshs
4ndm tho NV. cr'. w tin. .n he
rornmei to increase treating and the


learned something that the old phil- use of liquor, the church to compel
osopher never discovered, so to him ignorance and the w. c. T. u. from


we would say, if he should appear to lack of inteligenco.


uis in person, the surest way to be


On this as well as a good many


happy is to forget yourself, and if other of its demanded reforms, the.ed-


you would forget yourself, the recipe
is an unfailing one: "Do something
for somebody, quick."
We are Parsees, Fire Worshipers,


itor of the Buoy is killing to be de-
clared an avowed Socialist. Remove
the penalty and make it a five years
in the penitentiary offense to sell


Sun Worshipers, of course, as be- adulterated or drug concocted liquor
comes our name, eager to testify at and the temperance cause will be


"' OF THE 'f -C
SUtftme ational

Branch President-Mrs. W. A. Emmons.

President General-Mrs. Cynthia W.
Alden. Headquarters, 96 Fifth Ave-
nue, New York.
State President-Mrs. Mary L. Bradt,
319 Church st. Jacksonville, Fla.

Motto-Good Cheer.
Colors-Yellow and White
State color-Deep Orange.
Flower-Corcopsis.
Son--"'Scatter Sunshine."

THE STARTING POINT.
If you want to be happy,
Begain where you are;
Don't wait for some rapture
That's future and far.
Begin to be joyous,
Beg4n to be glad,
Anil suon a ou'll ii..., t
That you evur were had.
If you want to be happy,
Begin where you a'-e.
Your windows to sAniight
And sweetness unblir.
If dark seems the day,
Light a candle of cheer
-Till its steady flame brightens
Each teart that comes near.

If you want to be happy,
Begin where yon are,
There sets in each sky
A joy bringing star.
Live bravely beneath it,
Through cloud and toward light,
And under its radiance
Your paths shall be bright.
-Priscilla Leonard.

IS SUNSHINE A RELIGION=
I am often asked whether Sunshine
is a religion. I never answer save in
the language of the little verse that
expresses our general feeling:
"Have you had a kindness shown?
Pass it on;
'Twas not given for you alone,
Pass it on;
Let it travel down the years,.
Let it wipe another's tears,
Till in heaven the ioed appears,
Pass it on."
But sometimes people press me
further. They ask: What denomi-


all times to the vital and mystic sig-
nificance of the rays that shine alike
on the just and on the unjust, and
ever keeping alive on the altars of
our hearts the simulacrum of the ev-
erlasting Sunshine. But on these al-
tars there ,is a deep-carved legend
that Zoroaster never knew-a legend
that will bear representing a hundred
times and over weary the listeners:
"Do something lor somebody, quick."
We are Hebrews, also, for we do
not believe in muzzling the ox that
treadeth out the corn, But to the


batter promoted than by the passage
of any prohibition law that ever has
been or evei will be enacted, hich
never have nor ever will decrease the
consumption of liquor or promote the
cause of temperance.
Ask any man of seventy years of
age now, it that in his father's fami-
ly spirituous liquors were not always
kept where any member of the fami-
ly had tree access to them. In nine-
ty-nine cases out of one hundred he
will tell you that they were,
Ask hiam again if drunkennes or


mass of garnered and recorded wis- inebriety were features ot those times


doi( which the Jews have clung to
through all their sufferings and per-


or would begin to compare, in pro-
portion to the condition at the pres-


sections and which has made them ent day, and he will tell you that the
ht e most distinctive race on the face reverse was the fact,


of the earth, though they have no
land that they can call their own, we
add the same little Sn1nplenrvnnt, the
aolac for the afflicted of all Lgeh:
S'"D,, something for so'iebody, quick."
Are you almost disgusted with life, lit-
tle ir.au?
I'lltell you a wonderful trick
That will bring you contentment, if
anything con,,
Do something for somebody quick.
Are you awfully tired wilh play, little
girl?
Weary, discouraged and sick?
I'll tell you the loveliest game in the
world;
Do something for somebody, quick.

Though it rins like the rain of the
flood, little man,
And clouds are 'forbidding and thick,
You can make -the sun shine on your
soul, little man.
Do something for somebody, quick.
Though the stars are as brass, over-
head, little girl,
And the walks like a well- heated
-brick,
And our earthly affairs in a terrible
whirl,
Do something for somebody quick.
-Cynthia Westover Alden, Founder
and President-General.

BE CHEERFUL.
By enduring a hardship cheerfully,
or by accepting discomfort without a


nation do you represent?" 'Ant then iminr. e ,,,.., heof morn r i-.s


I have to plead absolute ignorance.
We have whole Sunday schools as
branches in Methodist, Baptist, Pies-
byterian, Episcopalian and Dutch Re-
foaimed churches, etc, The Jewish
congregations have taken up the
work. The Christian Herald reports
the same. The Ladies' Home Journal
is the International Sunshine meli


vice to our fellows than by perform-
ing acts of ministry while we appear
to begrudge the required effort, while
we ourselves are in an unloving mood,
The way in which \we do our most.
generous deeds is sometimes of as
iunch importance as the deeds theni-
selves. Many a child or a mran has
been made more glad by the pleasant


urn. now can I say what denomina. looks and words of one who had to


tion we represent?
And yet it may be truthfully said
that, free as it is from the mechani.gs
of organization, broad as is its range
of influence, Sunshine has a creed.
If I were to follow the ordinary lines
of demarcation, I might say we have
a hundred creeds, but they are really
Small one.
Yes, we are Confucians, for we do-


refuse a requested favor, than by the
reception ot a desired favor from one
who gave it with a sneer or a frown.
The impo tance of the right way of
doing good in the line of giving cr of
withholding should not be forgotten
or undervalued. Charles Buxton says,
in this line "You have not fulfilled
every dnty, unless you have fulfilled
the dutv of beini tlpnsant How


Iend on the little courtesies and 1 u c o
pond on the little courtesies and does that apply to our service of to-
kindnesses of life to make up the a,,.?


great whole by which one must stand
or fall, We are tender to the aged
and gentle to little children. To the
sage maxims ot the venerable Coles-
tial we only beg leave to add humbly
but firmly, as a. suggestion for the
removal of most human discom-
forts, our little watchwora: "Do
something for somebody, quick."


When humanitarian materialism
is taught thoroughly in every church,
Sunday school and newspaper, man-
kind will learn to be better, nobler,
more capable, more appreciative,
movie self-controlled, healthier wiser
and happier.---Eliza M. Bliven,
Brooklyn, Conn,


The Buoy does not believe that if
the rivers of Forida were flowing with
pure spirits and their banks bordered
.vith Iragiant mint and uicy leJ ons,
the state wunld be cursed w, near
the intemperance that it nowjis.




Miss Sinclait's
Sociology

By Leith Gordon

Copyrligt, t1(0, by FranceN WVILn
-- I
Sociology was at the bottom of it,
but what was responsible for thle so-
ciology is beyond the writer's knowl-
edge.
When the corners of a woman's
moutlh turn upward and the tips of her
fingers curl ever so slightly i*-.kwnrd
it Is safe to assume that she was in-
tended for the decorative rather than
the useful purposes of life. Dame Na-
ture arranges these little mutters to
suit herself.
Fate, by way of showing herself in
accord with nature's Intentlonn in re-
gard to Miss Sinclair, provided that
young lady with a bank account of
rather astounding size. This possibly
had something to do with the depres-
sion of mind that drove her into the
serious field of sociology, the very
rich and the very poor being In prac-
tically the same predicament. To have
every wish gratified is in effect as
crushing as to have no wish gratified.
This s as plain as a pikestaff, and it
doubtless had something to do with
Marcia Sinclair's unnatural -thirst for
knowledge.
In consequence she might have been-
seen almost any day that winter wend-
ing her way up to Columbia, clad in
austere tailor made gowns and carry-
ing a book or two, as the "'otward
visible sign'' of her inward intensity.
Sociology. !he decided at the start,
'-hx:ul bcgn at bome, and thereupon
he nalnhoned ther i'rlage and took
to str'-'t cars. thereby seeing more of
ca!l :1 e thanu she ever had seen before.
In this wise thl winter days marched
)y, ; -.,l : , I'p. it st-eerd to her, with
i ,:'.: :r, p .*i'.;1. monotony. Whether
She, locked backward into the past or
):r".v::rd into the future, the view was
h s:ue--a lnlur of gray days huddled
:' y b- the l,.r,,..,,.tive.
i;he vas -d 1I. tes v I-irnk'IInt somZe such
horgilt a1 tIltesa ol her.w'ay to a lec-
:,o toee delay when a ::ian in overalls
'nl l)lo;sc boarded the car Something
n the way he carried lii ;l-I attracted

"'*gfEit bp toe Vmiep.'r-,r V'illi'in ntraynv-
iiug in'cog.," she mu3dol aI41wr aroused
glance took in the ~isiplre set shoulders,
clear cut f;:co and, cria) h:iir. A few
months earlier it .iull' n',t have oc-
curred to her to notice a iniri in over-
alls and blouse at ill. Seen from her
carriage, they had been mrre shadows,
by no means human clings. Now all
was different. Though sh-" began to
suspect that the pursuit of knowledge
was only another of lro endlo,~ make-
shifts by which we strive t.) '.,rget the
ennu.i of life. she i:'.l linrued one cardi-


nal fact-I-.u!!cly, that the humblest
worker sLares all the most important
things of life with the greatest poten-
tate.
The young workman meantime had
Ir?-,pel in:, a corner seat, thrown one
eg o-.'r the other and, with an arm ex-
ien.dej n!oug the back, of the seat, turn-
*d a I pr'ocupled glance out of the
win ow,. therphy presenting to his vis-
a-vN- a profile that, to say the least
bel'oke absolute physical integrIty.
fli. hands, she noticed with growing
wonder, t:.ough large and powerful,
wer:' of tht sort most frequently seen
protrudlug from the sleeves of modish
tweeds or knowing tuxedos. Emerg-
ing from the sleeves of a blouse they
were nothing short of startling, and
Miss Sinclair'was stirred by an Inter-
est that degenerated Into curiosity.
What manner of workman cold he he
who wore all the habiliments of toll
with the air of one desceuded from a
throne for.an lhur's nma.cueradlng?
With an abrupt turn of the head, un-
cannily suggestive of his having heard
her mute query, he turned and received
her puzzled glance full in the face.
For a moment they stared at each oth-
er prith the undisturbed frankness of a
pair of children; then Miss Sinclair,
with an acute recollection of the new-
ly acquired fact that the humblest of
toilers is a person and not a thing.
withdrew heri eyes, while the man in
overalls took his turn at inspecting.
It was for this reason that she did
not see the slight twitch of the lips
that had followed the open amazement
of her glance.
When, later in the day, she recalled
the little scene that followed she could
find but one excuse. It was an up-
flare of that madness which a certain
philosopher had long since discovered
as lurking in each and every human
brain.
A quick, resolute desire to know who
and what he was had seized her, and
for twenty-five years she had been ac-
customed to getting what she wanted.
Was he not by every token a mere
'workman, a man of the sort that
might come to-to fix the electric wires
or solve plumbing mysteries? Why,
then, should she hesitate to address
him ?
Lifting her eyes, she leaned forward
with the serene blandness of a queen
addressing a subject.
"Pardon me"- the voice was very
wining, but the dullest could not have
misunderstood; it was meant tg put
an inferior perfectly at ease-"pairdon
me, but I wonder if you would think
It very strange If I asked you a few
questions. I'm Interested ii labor
unlots," she continued,' with a beauti-
ful directness, "and I shoul.l so like to
leir Tablor's side. Ev.:ine the person-
a;ity. but you have thb. appearance of
:1' w ,irkina"VIo0 u lT* for in'mseif -
who"-
Sbe got no further, for something In
the man's face transformed her into
a picture of frozen dignity. Ripples
of mirth seemed to be chasing each
other like little waves across his qulvT
ering lips, while, his eyes held a hun-
dred dancing smiles. Then suddenly
the lights went out, and his face was
all humble, flattered gravity.
"I'll do my best, miss," he replied,
"though, as to having thought the mat-
ter out for myself, I can't claim that
I have. Still, we-us union men-think
labor ought to have a chance, and
we're going to have it too. We'll have
capital on its knees to us yet! We'll
knock the props from under it, and
don't you forget it!"
With thinly concealed anxiety-the
anxiety of one who was playing a part
and who wondered if he had done well
-he watched the effect of his words.
But he need have had no fear, for his
listener had no standard by which to
judge him. She had listened with slow-
ly kindling eyes and the general ap-
pearance of one coming into touch
with the realities of life for the first
time. .
When at last the car halted at Co-
lumbia she alighted with the convic-
tion that the man in the blouse had
infused a new interest into life, while
he; as the car coasted down the hill
into Harlem, stared blankly after her
disappearing figure for a second and
then burst into uncontrollable laugh-
ter.
"The joke's on me," he confided to
himself ruefully. "It seems, then, that
blood doesn't always tell and that it
does take the tailor to make the man."
He glanced at the address she had
scribbled on a slip of paper for him,
shrugged his shoulders and narrowed
his eyes thoughtfully, the outcome be-
ing a decision that she needed the lee*
son. Besides, the corners of her mouth


were distracting
In the days that followed Miss Sin-
clair was more and more amazed at the
Intelligence, as well as the contradic-
tions, of John Clayton, electrician. His
speech would flow on with a smooth
elegance astonishing in a man of his
class, then, without warning, break in-
to the most ear splitting errors.
"Hack-kneed phrases Mere hack-
kneed phrases" he exclaimed fervently
in the midst of a discussion one day,
"You see, miss, in your en-vy-ron-ment"
-he accented the third syllable strong-
ly-"you can't see the things that I
see." Never by any chance did he use
her surname. Yet his manner at times
-in moments of self forgetfulness, she
fancied-verged upon perfection. Nev-
er in her life had she met with such
contradictions. And never in her life,
she mutely admitted to herself at last,
in a state of breathless dismay-never
had she met a man so entirely interest-
ing.
Of himself he spoke but little, but
sometimes in the very midst of some
deep question he would catch a soft,
absent, woman look in the eyes fixed
intently upon him-a look that had to
do not with wealth, position or the bet-
terment of the working classes, but
that made him grow strangely warm


something-to eat." may be slight-may yield
Legath o* the L .c to early treatment, but the
The phrase "the length of the law" next cold will hang on
owes its origin to the enormous length longer; it will be more
of some of the parchment rolls uponer t ill be more
which the ancient statutes of Great troublesome, too. U n-
Britain were inscribed. The present necessary to take chances
day official title of the "master of the necessary ac
rolls" sl a reminder of this ancient cus- on that second one. Scott's
tom. Some faint idea of the bulk of Emulsion is a preventive
the English records may be obtained
from the fact that a single state, the as well as a cure. Take
land tax commissioners act, passed
in the first year of the reign of George
IV., measures when unrolled upward
of 000 feet
Cancer. and
"Good graciously" exclaimed the mint when colds abound, and
sauce. "I should think you'd be asham- you'll have no cold, Take it
ed to masquerade as 'spring lamb.'" when the cold is contracted
"Well," replied the roast, "it does
make me feel rather sheepish."-Oath- and it checks inflamtrma,
olie Standard and Times, tion, heals the membranes
An iase Jert. of the throat and lungs
"Pa, what is an 'tile jest? and drives the cold out,
"One that the newspapers haven't
yet got hold of and worked to death." Send for free sample.
-Cleveland -Leader.
SCOTT & BOWNE, GChetlists
"No fool was ever so foolish but 409-416 Peart Street,'New Yotr
some one thought him clever." 0O. and $to. 0 All rlUrl


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dnd Inwardly call himself a brute. WI-aoea Encoaweamena.
It was at a dinner party three montbM "I remember;" paid an old naval ol.
after their first meeting that the un- cer, "hearing of an incident on board
masking took place-one blinding flash of a ship which was commanded by a
of surprise when Mr. Harrington was religious c~pdtain who would not allow
presented to her, and then Miss Bin- the mate to use profane larnuage or
clair was herself again. violence toward the crew and where
"Well'?" he murmured brazenly when the work and discipline were carried ox
he found himself seated beside her at more by moral suasion than by force,
the table. with the result that things went .ry
"Pray, what is your real name, and, slowly. The men did not Jump to the
if I may ask, do you regard life as a braces or ropes, and the general womb.
bal masque?" Deftly she managed to of the ship was slow.
impart to the question that elusive "While at anchor one day in the bar-
touch of insult the use of which Is one bar of Itio two of the sailots, leaning
of the most delicate arts tat society over the rail, were watching work go-
has to.teach. Biut Harrlngton did not ing on on board of another ship an&
wince. chored close to them, where the oppo
"John Clayton Harrlngton, electrical siteL system prevailed. The air oi that
engineer, who has a mind to know sh!p was lurid with the language of tth
street railways from the ground up," mate, and the men were treated with
be answered sturdily. At the answer a a violence that was far from necessary,
sudden gladness leaped Into her eyes. but the work went on quickly. Thb
tier head ..was b..entlE.: her. voie aasl wre tk iea udm .t..-mda.hBe .
changed. In a smart aid seamanlike manner,
"I-I am glad. I should not want you As they listened to the sulphurous ort
to be-insthcere!" ders of the mate one of the sailors od
whollyv Unqlxted. the good ship -remarked senteatiolaly
Whollry Unealike,0. to the other:
Some people hold that knowledge e 'e: .
may be obtained bothand td sea, "'Bill, d'ye See now what It is wd
but Captain Lane wib by ano mean want aboard here? We want a little
one of these. His code was simple- encouragement!' "
wise people forsook the land as sooti
as possible and returned to it only for Culpt ani the lee't uit\ .
the enforced idleness of old age. "C'pild is one of the best re rulting
It was during his own latter days officers that Uncle Sam has," confided
that he sat on the steaward porch d one o f the aergettr attached to the re-
Mrs. Cottle's boarding house and laid cruiting headquarters. "Bacrk of uneal-
down the law to the other boarders, all ly every enliftment there is a wtMlan
"foolish young landlubbers." One day lu the cas-e Lovers' quarrels chase it
the captain made a statement in re- lt of' ilne !ids into the service. ou'
gard to the location of Japan which romantic youth gravttate to the r",
one of these young persons ventured to "rultlng otlicer after a serious breaU
question. v!lith his sweetheart as naturally as a
As the captain regarded him with duck takes to water. It seems to hitm
silent scorn the young man went into the most fitting way in which to aaCri-
the house, up to his room and present- fnce htm.elf when love'd ouung dftim
ly returned with a large atlas. is apparently dispelled. Way down in
"Now see here, Captain Lane," he his heart he nur-sed the idea of making
said stubbornly, "I want you to Iook his erstwhile inamorata sad, and It'l
at this map, please." the army or navy, with the posalbtlity
"Why, young man," said the cap- of death in battle, for him. Again,
tain indignantly, "do you calculate I'm other first class material is recreated
going to put on my specs to look at a by the desire of young fellows to spoet
picture book got up by a man that, so a uniform before their glrls. In such
far from follering the sea, never made cases Cupid does his recruiting through
so much as a single v'yage, more'n vanity. But in both ways be manages
likely?"-Youth's Companion. t IAll tp big gaps in the ranks of Un-
~Y .l ..-. e Sam's fghters."-Philadelphla Re&
Gentu* Intmical to "PIslm.t ord.
There is not in existence a single
great opera., oratorio, symphony or In- arvimar Their *Dot."
d-e'l any fine piece of musical art The manager of a large dressmakinl
which Is the result of the prise system." establishment In New York says: "I
There Isa Cavalleria," which Is drivel, suppose that the most un-American am-
there are other works which are worse mIgrants we get in this country are
drivel, but no one can name to me a not the Chinese or the Poles or the
really ine work that has won a prize. Rungarians. but the Part-lan seam-
The reason, though apparently ridlcu- tremses, milliners and lingerie work-
lously simple is sufficient In music e-rs. These women come here to save
the big men contemptuously refuse to the price of a 'dot' out of our high
.*omnp-te for prIz.ps. 1 kntoW that .In Amerian wages. It takes from two
scul[pure It I, otherwliP. Stevens' Wel- oW rive years to do that. In all that
Jlnio n affair, which, they tell me, Is time they never' mix titb American.
kept In a cellar somewhere. Is proof of never visit a theater, never make the
that. But there is not a fine prize play, first attempt to learn the language.
prize picture. prize poem, prize piece of Some of them go to the French church
music. Still, what has failed a thou- on Sundatsi otherwise they never
eand times may succeed the thousand leave theirr room@ exceptt to shop. This
and oneth.-London Saturday Review. prnnptial period in New York is just
a time dropped out of their lives. They
Lead Pipe to Keep Raser Sharp. talk of nothing day after day but what
"Lead pipe will keep your razor they'll do when they get back to Pmrls
sharp," confided the garrulous barber, and begin to live agaln."
"Get a short piece of the smallest,
softest lead pipe your plumber has in OroWing Aches and Pal"s.
atock,'and keep it handy when you are Mrs. Josie Sumner, Bremond, Texas.
stropping the razor writes, April 15, 1902: "I have used
stropnhe scheme is to rub the strop with Ballard's Snow Liniment In my family
"he cheek is to rub the trop witfr three ears. I would oto without
the pipe. It works best with a plain it.ih the house. I have ued iton my lit-
leather strop. Apply the pipe, just as tie girl for growing aches and pains and
you would strop the razor, to the un- acheb in her knees. It cured her riirht
finished side of the leather. Strop yotlr away. I have also used it for frost-bit-
razor oi that side, wind up with a few ten feet with good success. It I ithe
passes on the finished side of the strop bost liniment I ever used." 25c, 50e
and you will have a first class edge Mand $1.00. Sold at the Trading Post, St
the tool. I never took the trouble to Andrew, la
get a scientific explanation of the vir- A I.o,>l .f-nt-..u. ut sx1 Loetters.
tues of lead pipe-as an aid to whetting, Here is a sentence of thirty-two
but it is all to the good in that respect" .or's which some Ingoenous person has
--Philadelphia Record. constructed of the six letters found In
the word maidenn": "Ida, a maiden( a
Pow It Afects Them, mean man named Ned Dean, and Me-
An Alpine. guide who has had many dlia, a mad dame, made me mend a die
years' experience in mountaineering and dime and mind a mine In a dim
thus describes the behavior of differ- den in Maine."
ent nationalities when they get to the
top of a peak. tred.i
A German, he says, as soon as he ar- Casey-'TIs hard luck aboet Kearney,
rives at the top wants to know the el- 01 hear he had to have his leg cut off
act height of the mountain he ia on and bechune the ankle an' the knee. Cas-
of every peak around him. sidy-'-Ay, the docthern decided that to
A Frenchman goes into raptuiet over save the whole leg they'd have to cut
the wildness of the scenery and the off part of it.-Philadelphia Preas.
beauties of nature and sometimes ac-
companies his remarks by an attempt
to embrace Ms guide.
The Englishman, when he ihae "done"
his peak, plunges his ice ax into the

snow, looks around him and then says,
"I say, open the baskets and let's have The Season's first cold


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MAR TIN E,


-Nor.-It must he remembered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow"
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
poplille to mak e ;schedule timeit must be
:ta rgedtothie elements; they do the best
thev can.

The schr. Cleopatra arrived from
Pensacola last Thursday and sailed
for Peneanct-la again yesterday fore-
noon.
T'e str. Tarpon arrived from Car-
rabelle aid Apalachicola at noon last
Friday. At 2:30 p. m. yesterday she
had not yet put in an appearance
from the west.


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N1APHTHA LAUNCH

W. F. WOODFORD PROPRIETOR
Fitted in splendid condition to take ex-
cursion.i or .ass.engeri to any point on.
the Bay or Gulf.-' G,,od cabin protection
ii the event of bad weather. Terms reas-
unable. Also,
B A 1GE EMMA ;
Capacity 10,000 feetof Lumber will Ferry
between Farmdale and Allanton, oni East
MBay and will deliver freight of every de-
Peription, including live stnck to any
point on St. Andrews Bay. For particu-.
lars, address W. F. WOODFORD, Farm-
dale, Flat.
PACKET SCHOONER
LUCY H.
CAPTAIN S. W. ANDEISON
Makes regular triis between St. An-
drews Bay and Pensacola. Good passen-
ger accommodations and special atten-
Sion paid to handling and carrying freight
at reasonable rates. For particulars ad-
dress, CAPT. S. W. ANDERSON,
Auderaon, Fla
PACKET SCHOONER
CLEOPATR A.
k. E. DANFOD, MASTER
heavesSt. Andrcews Itay every Tuesday
leaves Pensacola every Friday
wenthler peiinitting). Special attend
tion will be given to receiving and
ferwardihig freight for parties living on.
Knl anid North Bay, sr'tseng'ers for
pointI on either arm of the Bay can
depend upon securing prompt trans-
o0orlainin at reasouiall,e r.iLes. For
lialith r inl aili:ation ;appl1 Io
L. .'ARlic. Ag.
-a---r--
NAPH'ITli l ,AlUSCH,

LAURA.
Vmtrrea tihe KEat lbay Mail l,-tween St.
Andimva lit ', \'clippo) an.it itilerniedi-
step J ini.-a. I.eaves St. Andrews daily
ijxL'epl ~ilandayj :itl 6.00 a. iI.; arrive at
Weiappo at 12':30 p. il.; leave Vetappo
at 1:00 p. i,.: aii rie.i *-ti A Jdiews at
7-:30 p. ri. tMake. s landing,-q r-eularly a
Harrisioi, C-'ionaniitm i, I'.irkcr, Pille-
burg. anid "la u'. ale. Freight landed al
tir puntflnice whart'. Fir |-ram.eiiger and
t'reigliht rile,, ace rate e.iait I thle tiev-
eral postoflices.
P'. A. Wain al aii... Fnlanager.

A Week' l' Vecatlier.
1'he following table drives thie maxi-
iiiturm, iniunimnin and miiean teljllera-
lures. the rai',fll ainil direction of tihe
wind, for ti.e tIweiitt-four Lours ending
a 7 o'clock p ni.. as inldic:l ted liy U. S.
povernntel t self-reoiatering thermom.
%r 's,'. x :.%I Min. M1 un. l''t. W 'd.
May...10 i-. Il 78. .Wj0 S
'** 11 i j 68 77 .00 sw
12 87 65 76 .00 sw
13 ti8 65 77 .00 s
S4 14 88 68 78 .00 a
S 15 88 71 80 .02 s
16 80 69 75 3.05 n
I',rwouk.. -86 69 | 78 | 3.07 j
A Lr>costle ('rre lpoltdec.e.
It Is ,'ai( that the celebrated German
.otbl'ogianu Schleiern acther, was rather
: icelluetl to save than to spend money.
-le wa' at one time quite 111 and sent
for a renowned physician, Dr. Grafe,
.who wns court pltyscic n l iat the time
and whose son becarne the great ocu-
lirst. Schlelnamclhmor recovered, and
When ftuly restored to health he seut
a polto note to Dr. Orafe, expressing
.- s gratitude and incloiing 4 louls
d'or, begging the physician to accept
dhii snimall sum as a token of his ap-
rra# twi,. of.-bhe services which had
eeHi' rendered h In. l *--'s:.-
T'he following day he received his
gld pieces again, accompanied by the
following Iiconic, note front the great
physiqkin: "The ioor I cure for noth-
jig'' The well to do pay meaccording
ti the regular medicinee tax.' The
t4liirewajnQie WIyJaehly, according as
IS sudlt s tliefi4 p u(c~re!' -"'
Tlireoup-o:i thlitr elr..'man sat down
and sent Dr.,Grarf this still more la-
cnte ansawevr "The 4; loult d'or are
ricetIvod back with .gratitude.: The
poor 8chlelermacher!"

A Positive Necessity,
Having to lay upon my bed for 14
days from a severely bruised leg, I only
found relief when I used a bottle of
Ballard'e Snow Liniment. I can cheer-
fully reeuommend it as the best mod-
inine ior burns ever sent to the afflicted .
It ha. now become a positive necessity
upon myself.-C- R. Bvrnts, Merchant,
Doversvilln, .Taxa.e. 25c. 50c, $1.00.
Sold at the Trading Post, St. Andrew,
IU.
; Couacoisg.-o .
Ulderly Woeor--I hope you are not
tinprfesed' by the silly sentlmentalists-
who hold that because you've married
tOe yaru onugt not to marry again?
Leftty' Widow--Don't let that worry


you. dear. I've no such prejudice. My
e rn dear mother was married three
times. and I- only hope -that in all
things r may follow her example. -

Ie Prepared.
.X new crivfization Is holding up new
aud beth r prizes, but he who would
win must have a better equipment
and a liner training than the past re-
quired. "If the prixs are greater than
ever before the preparation also must
be greuiter. He only who is prepared
for his chance can hope to succeed.-
SUCcess Magazine.


LOCAL DRIFT.

-Miss E. -Yonng closed her term of
;he St. Andrew public school last Fri-
lay.
S-Rev. J. M. Conway will conduct re-
igious services in the M. E. church
text Sunday, morning and evening.
All are cordilly invited.
-Blank Warranty Deeds, short lorm.
printea on good linen paper, 25c per
lozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re-
ceipts in a block, 10e each, at the Buoy
office..
-Born, on Sunday morning, the 14th
inst., a son to Mr. and Mrs. Adam
Welch; M-s. S, E. Mashburn in attend-
ance. Mother and child are doing
i.icely.
-Parker lodge No. 142 F. & A. M. will
meet in regular communication next
Saturday at 2:00 o'clock p. m. Visiting
Masons in good standing are invited
to pai ticipate.
-If good goods with fair values is
what you are looking for, there is no
other place on St. Andrews Bay that can
or will suit you better than W. H. Par'
ker & Co., of Parker, Fla.
-While'a bilions attack is decidedly
unpleasant it is quickly over when
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
lets are used. For sale by L.M. Ware,
St. Andrew and Bayhead, and all med-
icine dealers.
-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-
whete on this page.
--Wizart Ink Tablets,Price, per
box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten ounces splen-
did in. Economical permanent; abso-
lutely indellible, covenient, non-tcorro-
sive. At the Buoy office.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St. Andrews Bluff, 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
-It is reported that another compa-
ny has made application for a charter
to build a railroad from Albany, Ga., to
St. Andrews Bay, and that the con-
struction of this road is also an estab-
lished fact. Let them come. The more
the better. There is room tor all!
-A decidedly fashionable colored
matrimonial alliance was celebrated in
St. Andrew last Sunday forenoon, when
Rev. Daleton united in the bonds of
wedlodk, M. C. Leslie and Miss Carrie
Smith. A large contingent of the color-
ed people of the Bay country were in-
vited guests, and subsequent festivities
were kept.,up all day Sunday and the
greater part of the following Monday.
-Rev. Father Turner, at the Catho-
lic church iast Sunday, gave his hear.
ers an interesting and instructive ad-
dress, which was more in the nature of a
lecture than a sermon, and abounded in
explanations of the Catholic religion
and advice' that any professing Chris
tian mightfollow with profit. Father
Turner speaks most pleasantly, in a
tone that is void of all flourishes or
shouting, but it at once conmmends itsell
to the good sense of his hearers. He is
highly educated, and by de\oting his
life to his Master's work for a mere
pittance in the form of a salary, leaves
no roor for doubt that his heart is in
his calling.




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Are you a sufferer?
Hlas your doctor been unsuc-

Wouldn't you prefer to treat
yourself-AT HIOME?


Nearly 1,500,000 women have
bought Wine of Cardui from
their drugngists and have cured
themSelves at 1ome, of such
troubles as periodical, bearing
down a=id ovarian pains, leucor-
rhcea, barrenness,' nervousness,
Sdizzincss, nausca ard despond-
ency, caused by female weakness.
Ihese are not easy cases.
SWino of Cardui cures when the
Doctor can't.
Wine of Cardui does not irri-
tate the organs. There is no ain
in the treatment. It is a soothing
tonic of healing herbs, free'from
strong and drastic drugs. It is
successful because it cures in a
natural way.
Wine of Cardui can be bought
from your druggist at $1.00 a
bottle and you can begin this
treatment today. Will you try it?
is cascs requiring special directions,
c adress,glving symptoms, Tho Ladioes
A(iliory Dept., The Chattanooga
Mediclane- Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.


Grocers Who Dressed rn Colors.
In the early part of the fifteenth cen-
tury It is recorded that the "grocers'
guild appeared in livery of scarlet and
green." A few years later scarlet and
black was. adopted. Funeral services
of deceased members "were attended
with much show of pageantry.". At the
burial .if, Sir' Philip Sidney, who was
a member of the grocers' guild, his
worship the mayor, aldermen and oth-
er civic officials were present, "rydinge
in purple."-London Telegraph.

Period of DislIlus1onment.
Every man has a pretty good opin-
ion of himself till he gets in public
office and reads what a scoundrel he is.
-New York Press.

The usual fortune of complaint is to
excite contempt more than pity,~---9


FACTS WORTH KNOWING.
The ladies and gentlemen, old and
young, of St. Andrew and the Bay
country will be interested to know
that C. E. Brackin & Co., at the
popular West End mercantile house,
have received and are receiving by
every trip'of the Tarpon, a imagnifi-
cent line of
Ladies' lhirt Waists,


Laces and Lawns, in
low and White,
Ladies' Vetts,
Men's Socks,
Extra Fancy


Black, Yel-




Straw Hats,


Dress Goods,
O, every description in all the latest
creations for ladies gentlemen and
children, and in fact everything for
conifoit and correct appearance dur-
ing this "good old summer time."
(Go and examine these goods. It
wilk. pay you.

A Good Suggestion.
Mr. C. B. Wainwoight of Lemon City,
Fla., has written the manufacturers that
much better results are obtained from
the use of ChambcrlaiN''s Colic, Cholera
an" Diarrhoea Remedy in cases of palei
in the stomantr, colic and cholera morbus
lby taking it in water as hot as can be
drank.0 Tnat when taken in this way the
effect is double in rapidity. "It seems to
get at the right spot instantly," he says.
For sale by L. M. Ware, St. Andrew and
Bayhead and all medicine dealers.
Dry Humntor.
An eastern rheumatic who was visit
ing in southern Arizona was asked by:
the editor of one of the local dailies
what he thought of that country.
"Wonderful dry air," said the inva-
lid.
"Yes, everything is always as dry as
dust out here," said the editor. "By the
way, while you're stopping here for
your health you ought to let me send
you my paper."


Lemons as Medicine

Their Wonderful Effect
on the Liver, Stomach,
Bowels, 1(idneys
and Blood.
Lemons are largely used by The
MIozley .Leuit Elixir Company, in
compounding their Lemon Elixir.
a pleasant I n.on Laxative and
Tonic'-a sLtLstftte for r.IlCathartic
an Liver Pills. Lemon Elixir posi-
tively cures al) Bilhousness, Consti-
pation, Indigestion or Dyspcpsia,
Headache, Mdlajria. Kidney Disease,
Dizziness, Colds, Loss of Appetite,
Fevers, Chills, Blotches, Pimples,
all Impurities of the Blood, Pain in
the Chest or Back, and all otherdis-
eases caused by a disordered liver
and kidneys, the first Great
Cause of all Fatal Diseases.
WOMEN, for all Female Irreg-
ularities, will find Lemon Elixir
a pleasantand thoroughly reliable
remedy, without the least danger of
possible harm to them in any condi-
tion peculiar to themselves. 50c
and $i.oo per bottle at
ALL DRUG STORES

"One Dose Convinces."

Where Eggs Are Currency.
Eggs are current coin In Mayo, Ker-
ry. Donegal and Leitrim. They are
everywhere received over the counter
in payment for tea, sugar, meal, oil,
bread, tobacco, patent medicines and
general haberdashery. Accounts are
kept open and goods supplied on credit
in eggs. Predatory agents traveling
through the wilds with worthless teas,
itinerant tinkers and musicians, hawk-
ers of tinsel jewelry and holy pictures,
all accept this current coin, generally
unloading it at the nearest railway
town.-Dublin Lady of the House.

Are You Using Allen's Poot Ease?
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
25c.
Wlhy We Have One Sided Men.
Faculties must be exercised or they
will not grow. Nature is too good an
economist to allow us to keep any
faculty or function 'which we do not
employ. We can have just what we
use and ,that will constantly increase.
Everything else will be gradually tak-
en away from us. Man becomes strong
and powerful and broad just in pro-
portion to the extent and healthfulness
of the activity of his faculties, and it
must not be one sided, not an exercise
of one or two faculties or one set of
faculties, or the man will topple over.
Balance in life comes from the health-
ful exercise of all the faculties. One
reason why we have so many one sid-
ed men in this country is because
they pursue one idea, exercise one
side of their nature, and of course
they can ot retain their balance. This
is one of the .curses of specialties.
They are a .good .thing for the race,
but death to the individual who pur-
sues his' specialty at the expense of
the development of the all around
man.-O, S. Marden in Success Maga-
zine.
Spolted His Appetite.
Baron Graham once asked an epicure
how many oysters he should eat in or-
der to create a good appetite for dinner
and was told to eat away until he be-
came hungry. The baron, who never
saw a joke, ate ten dozen and then
plaintively remarked, "'Pon my word,
I don't think I am as hungry as .when
I began."


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Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis-
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
and cheerfulness soon
f ,fl disappear when the kid-
neys are out of order
or diseased.
b" -Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
that it is not uncommon
-/ for a child to be born
afflicted with weak kid-
-neys. If the child urin-
Sates too often, if the
urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child
reaches an age when it should be able to
control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
bcd-wetting. depend upon it. the cause of
,he difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should e towards the treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis-
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect ot
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists, in fifty-
cent and one dollar
sizes. You may have a ti
sample bottle by mail
free, also pamphlet tell- Home ot Swamp-Root.
ing all about it, including many of tht
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. in writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton. N. Y., be sure and
mention this paper.
Don't make cny mistake, but remem-
ber the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil-
mer's Swamp-Root, and the address,
Binehamton, N. Y., on every bottle.
.----
An Ibsen Theory.
In one of the published letters of
Ibsen he says that while he was writ-
ing one of his plays he had on his desk
an empty ale glass with a scorpion in
it. Now and then the animal would
grow sick, and the author would throw
a piece of soft fruit to it, whereupon
the scorpion would fall upon the food
furiously, empty its poison into it and
then get well again. "Is it not a good
deal like this with us poets?" Ibsen
continues. "Nature's laws apply in the
domain oftUie spirit also."


Needed No Introduction.
"It ptjii sO'til""t.['S' to know a litter-
of the fat-ly his' ni v of your clients.'
said a b;usits. w..--jan the other day
"It would b~ve i c from making;
a blunder if' I the relation
that,- forni'.;y i i between tw,
men who n thl':e. Their bus!
ness wa I n-ly of tl:e.smnue na
ture. and n_ obl;etNl tI, leave
them to'.e-lt Il f1'. minutes While(
I aillndcl o~ il-!epilone calls I
th uihlit It VO' more agreeabeI
if I iliii L',i] 'I.'They reispondc
rather 11tii ilt that down I
tcoe peram ric went into my innue
ol,:ce. \VI reiltirued a quarter o<
an hIur lattr !t,, younger man dis-
patched b h busli.e:it as quickly as pos-
sible and got out. The other said:
'I was not aware tJlat you were ac-
quainted w;th M.y ex brotlhe'r-in-law,'
'Brother-ID-lawR'' I awked stupidly.
'Yes. Ml sister got a divorce from
him lust summer.' "-Brooklyn Eagle.

How to iWard Off 01ld Age.
The most successful way of warding off
the approach of old age ii to maintain a
Sigorous digestion, '1 his can be done L.y
eating onli food suited to .our age and
occupation, atid a lhn an' disorder of the
stomach aipeirs take a dope of Chamber-
laii's Sitoinmac and Liver tablets to cor-
rect it. If1y'u haec a weak stomach, or
aio troubled witn iudigebtion, you will
find iheme ~ ltbts to be just what you
need. Fbra le byv L. 1M,Ware, St. Ani-
drew and Bavhead and all medicinedeal-
era.
Schools In France.
The French system of education is
intensely national. Its plan is exactly
the opposite .from our. own school sys-
tem. WVith us the local community
controls primary school. In France
the local community has no voice in
the nmattir. The French system is the
most centralized, the nost strictly reg-
ulated, the rnost autocratic and th(
farthest removed from democrats(
ideas of any school syateni in existence
The exact uniformity of the schools i,
almost unbelievable. The minister o
instruction. sitting in his office in Pari
can tell at any moment just what fablh
of La Foutaine each child of a ccrtai:
uage lthrouu1ut the whole of Franc.
is reciting. Teachers are n:t -illowec
any latitudet at all. The result is t(
leave botir tel c-hers anu1 sch.'.:-rs a!
most co'u Fetrely l;-:ki]Rng ini mntaI
orinuaity.--F.A. Vaudrilip in Scrib
IIer s.

l:aning Fire.
When it is coa0;ldcrm: d bhow o', t1h
worlj' civ;iz:tion i-' it s' -:< Kuit:'l
ing tha't m:n ihoul.d have only V') ve.
recent Iv leari'ed ho.-v to make fir,'' ;ea':i
iy. The p~rihnIrve flint and sie -e th
)d is pratk-icaliy but of the l": gc::
(ration.. and that dues not ap!pe:r s
very far ahe:'d of frictlin wi-?tl wo.
It i: not altonishilg onu th whole
,l:It salvage" slhotlld co:ninolmy -']
pose ntht fire rea.!iy exilat iu w:oo
and stontn siwrce it is from tLhse e\er..
day materials that they secure a p1r
tion uvf romethcus' prc'ious tl.4
from i .nvi t-n.
.A -Creeping Death.
Plod Poi'son creeps up towards the
heart, Lbline death. J. .. St'-arn.,
Belle P'I ne, Min n., writes that a friend
dreadfalT injured his hand, Which
swelled tqp like blood poisoning. Buck-
len's Arrjca Salve dreur out the poison,
healed the wound and saved his life.
Best in hile world for burns and sores.
25o. at A H. Brake's..
PullInK Ostrich Feathern.
A man who runs an ostrich farm.
asked the other day as to the method
of gathering the feathers, admitted
that they were pulled out of the birds
once in every eight months. Was the
process painful?
"Well," he replied, "about equal to
pulling out your eyeteeth." A good
many ladles who wear ostrich feath-
ers do so In the belief that they are
thereby serving the cause of humanity.
As a matter of fact, they are encour-
aging the most cruel and barbarous
torture which man can inflict upon a
bird.-Sporting and Dramatic News.
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney Trouble.


Drag-1Inmg the AnchOr.
"I see Ne-vlyweJ at itel club quite
often since his baby came. I thought
he was firmly anchored to a home life."
"Hle was, but at the first squall he
began to drag his anchor."
_j -0
saved by Dynamite.
Sometimes a flaming city is'saved by
dynamiting a space that the fire can't
crosa. Sometimes a cough hangs on so
long,you feel as if nothing but dynamite
would core it. Z,r. (Gray, of Callioun,
Ga., writes: "My ife had a very aggra.
vated conrh, which kept her awake
nights. Two ph-Ysicians could not help
har; so she took Dr. i Kine's New Dis-
covery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, which cased lbir cough, gave her
sleep and finally cured her." Strictly
scientific cure for bronchitis and la
grippe at A. H. Brake's store, price 50c
and $1; guaranteed. Trial bottle free.

Words of Violence.
'Words of violence nearly always
begin with 'sp,'" said a poet.
'"How do you mean?"
"I mean that words of violence like
spank begin with the same two letters,
s and p. For example, besides spank,
a clear word of violence, we have the
sp beginning for such words as spurt,
split, spring, splutter, spasm, speed,
spill, spin, splinter, spurn, spar, spun.
spike, spat, and so on."-Philadelphia
Bulletin.
Willie's Anguish.
"Say, mu'," asked little Willie after
Ih had been in conjunction with the
paternal slipper, "did anybody .besides
p)a ever ask you to be his wife?"
"Oh. yes. I had lots of proposals be
o:r' your father came along."
"Well, do you think you gained any-
thing by waiting?"

IT IS IT,
FOR
PAIN I CURE
CURES PAIN.
See your Dirug'aist or General Mer-
chant or write The Walker Company,
71 South Pryor st., Atlaeta, Ga.

Unfurnisned Rooms
FOR RE N T-
Apply at the Buoy Office.

The
most careful farmers j
and gardeners everywhere g
place confidence in Ferry's
SSeeds-the kind that never fall.




have been the standard for49 years. l
They are not an experiment.
old by all dealers. 1905 Seed
Anixua! free for the asking.
D. M. FERRY& CO.,
Detroit. Mich.


r NEW YORK 7


CLIPPER
18 THE GREATEST
THEATRICAL 1 SHOW PAPER
IN THE WORLD.
$4.00 Per Year. Single Copy, 10 Cts.
ISSUED WEEKLY.
SAMPLE COPY FREE.
FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Ltd),
ALBERT J. BORIE, PUBLISHERS,
MauAoSER. 47 W. 258T Sr., NEW YORe.


When You Lone Your Taste.
"When people lose their taste," said
a 'physician, "they retain their old likes
and dislikes just the same. Miss Smith,
for instance, can't tell a slice of roast
beef from a fried onion, but she dis-
liked onions before her taste went, and
therefore she won't eat them now.
People lose their taste through severe
illnesses, and with the loss of taste the
loss of smell nearly always goes; hence
queer, cruel practical jokes. I know a
woman without smell to whom a pint
of onion juice was sent in a colognw
bottle. She deluged herself with thi.
onion juice and appeared in a crowded
heated ballroom.
"To :t mau without taste or smell al
cheeses must be alike, yet old Brown-
low won't touch liinburger. He says i.
would makee him/ill, and probably it
would. It is very odd to hlar these de
ticint peopllte praising and coI;IdnlIni I
food and drink. They do it, though
They do it as heartily as you or I. 1
have seen old Brownlow cmnud away i
disgu-:t a gi:ass of white \wine, clainiin
it wua: corkeld, while at '(te sanme tinu
he ate calmly an addled egg."-Balti-
more IHerald.
There is a strength of quiet enfIur
ance as significant of courage as thie
most daring feats of prowess.-Tucker-
man.
Why Suffer from liRheuatism ?
Why suffer from rheumatism when one
application of Chamberlain's Pain Balmn
%iill relieve ttu pain? The quick raeef
which this liniment affords makes rest
and sleep possible, and that-alone i,
worth many times its cost. Many who
havo usd it hoping only fo: a short re-
lief from suffering have beer happily sur-
prised to find that after awhile the relief
became permanent. Mrs. V.H.Leggett
of Yum Yum. Tennessee, U. S. A., writes:
'I am a great sufferer from vheumatism,
all over from head to foot, and Chamber-
lain's Pain Balm is the only thing that
will.relieve the pain." For sale by L. M.
Ware, St. Andrew and BR.vhead and all
medicine dealers.

A Ghastly Pavement.
Gwandu, a native town in Africa,
contains between 10,000 and 15,000 in-
habitants and is surrounded by a pal-
isade of poles, the top of every pole
being crowned with a human skull.
There are six gates, and the approach
to each gate is laid with a pavement
of human skulls, the tops ,being the
only parts that show above ground.
More than 2,C00 skuls are used in the
ia;vement leading up to each g::to.
The paIecmenut is of snowy whiteness,
poi!shed to the smoothness of Ivory
by the daily passage of hundreds of
naked feet.


LEAVE.
Tuesday, 8:30 p. m.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m.
Wednesday, 2:30 p. nm.
Thursday, 9:00 a. m.
Monday, 6:00 p. m.
LEAVE.
Thursday, 3:00 p. m.


Fi
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GOING SOUTH.
Pensacola.
St. Andtrew,
Millvi]Ie,
A palaclicola,
Carrabelle,
Mobile,
GOING NORTH.
Carrabelle.


ARRIVE.
Wednesday, 8:00 a. m
Wednesday,110:00 a. m
Thursday, 6:00 a. m.
Thursday, 12:00njobn.
Monday, 6:00 a. m.
ARRIVE.


friday, ll:30 a. in. St. Andrew. Friday, 2:00 a. m,
riday. 10:00 a. m. Millville. Friday, 4:00 a. n,
Pensacola. Friday, 11:30 p, m.
P ASSM ISTGOr- :f4 I-E A-.T-S..
Pensacola to St. Andrew and Millville. $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabtlle, $7.50.
St. Andrew and Millville to Apalachicola, $5.00.
Pensasola to Mobile, $2.50.
The above rates include meals and berths. W. G. BARROW.
Captain


A. H. RAK E,

General Merchandise!

SfAPLE AND FANCY..GRCERIES!


Cooking and Heating Stoves!

Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Etc.

UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES,

Burial Caskets, Robes, Suits, Etc.

GIVE ME A CALL!




The Traing P tos!


iSuccessor to B. V. Brock.!,

Headquarters for

Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Ready Made Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Notions

and Hardware,

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

WE WANT YOUR CUSTOM.


JOHN R.


T H PSON


DEALER IN


-1 1


GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Dry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries

Notions, Provisions and Feed Stuffs.

Corner Washington Avenue and Bayview St.

I pay Cash for Goods and must do

a strictly Cash or Ready Pay

Business.


'rhis i i in my Patrons' Interest as well as my OWi.
Convince Yourself of this Truth.


Call and


BRCKIN & 10C


CASH ROSPERITY
D Is IN
6 I.A1 IMS N Cannot
Is 1) I Y G 00 1),IT H R I VE
SON Critic',;
.s.. 'SHOES, G GROCERIES, O CT!


Ship Chandlery Hardware

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

Clothing, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishings.

MEN'S LADIES AND BOY'S HATS.

Trunks and Valises.

FI SI- CA M SUPPLIES, ETC.


AGENTS FOdR
AMERICAN

Steel & Wise co,
AN 'THING
Made in Iron.



Winl Mill Compa y

Woolsey's

Best Copper Paint.


Al- l G d SPECIAL ATTENTION
All Goods .GV V EN TO
EXCEPT Mail Orders!

Salt, Grain d FeeS
I)ELIVEIEI) AT SAMPLES
Any Posteffice Gladly Sent
on the Ba pplicatiO
S D' O T If1,

Breech-Loadingl We re

I2-G~sanR! >SH!O THE
On $ HOE MEN!
On1v $5.50 z


C. E. BRACKIN & CO.

For Fine Job Work, TRY THE BUOY OFFICE.


SAVE IS SPEC IAL PRE OFFER
SCOUO S E I i IECOUPUPON. C OPON.


14-1t. sOLID COLDX roPNTTAINl PEN



For five of these C( u'ons a' d sixfy cents leat or brought to the Buoy
office we will iurnish you a beiurifol Hnis ,-d 14-kt SoJI(1 Gold Fount-
Sam Pet, that costs at retail $1.50. The pen is complete with box and
filler and 's fully warranted by the manufacturers and can be returned to
them if unsatisfactory in any particular. .
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'hurlsday, May 18, 1905.

ST. AN11REW

PRICES CURRENT
GROCOERlFB.
,,i.ar. I lb Tea, Ip 11
.;rat iiulated.... 66' He No.. .. .. 55
Co fee,A ..... 5. 1 Gunpowder.. 40
Lt rtown..... o Unicol'l Jap.40-60
,,fl'ue, loud milk, 'P call
Green.... 12@20 Unsweetti'a.10
Arluckle,l 12-15 Sweetened ..... 10
iiager snaps 3t1 25 Baking powder
crackers, sodi 10 Royal........ 50
rVli e.--, plug 20a610 Camuplcll...... 10
aIfisiuns Oalined fruit
I ,,,.1.., layers.8-15 Peaches .... 10a20
\ le i ... .. Tomatoes..... Sal2
tict ....... 6i A pples........ 10
Spples Pears......... 15
av; ,)orated. t"'l I'iu im s......... 10
l)ricd I'eacihes Apricot ..... ll-20
Coal Oil prci ... ..15 StYrawherries .. 20
;,sOlinu. ..'....20 Pineapple ...10-90
?luridA Syrup... )0 Canned Meats
io ey. .......... 5 Ioast Beef.. 12t
7Tiegar....... 30 Corned Beef. 12t3
Cteese p lb.... 18 Chipped Bee'10-2O5
S ,d tter 25-35 l.o)ter .. ..
SOlenrgeri.. 14 t-t :'." il
^ ---' i-t ..rd .7. ".. ...'.1 ned V u lS a|,le
e,,al .......... 5 Baked Beans... 10
Cocoanitpkg. it0 Cort .....10@ 15
Jelly, glas l0aI 'e.. Peas. ...10
bine JAuice.. 4 I,'uinpkin .... 12
Fggsp Ver doz .. 15
PRlOV ISIONS.
Four Pork
tar of S'th I2.35 .l)S.pr .......
Obelisk ...... 3.25 Bacon Sides.. ..12
Uurn Meal pr buTU-c6 Fresh ...... 8.10
Oat seal pr ... 5 Br'kf'st Bac'o 16-22
Corn per bni ..5 0o0 Hlam canv's'd 15-2
Potatoes Shoulders.....
Irish.... ... 1 40 Beef
Early Ite seed 1.60 Corined....... 8
Sweet.... 60@75 Fresh........ 8 .10
4~ lt, pr sack. . .00 Dried......... 2
Tablle ........ 5 Milk pr qt...... 0
i A IUD W ARE.
iiails, uur'lb4t aS A x,v ith handle 75
Galv wire do.6a6i Htoes, each .... 351t0
Maanilla rope... 9atl2pper paint can 50
4tIve.- ook,.-L.$Ba25 Iinseed oil, gial@55@60
''ipe, per joint 18
DAILY (.OODS,
I'rinit, per yd. 5a Checks .......5a55
Sheet ings .... 5a Flannel ........ 15;4
Muslin .. ... 9a l 'Ih read per" spool. 5
leans..... ..'1a45 Shoes, ladies..$1a27
K itra pants pat 2*225 Men's. .. $1 40a300
MISCELLANY EOUS.
IH ,y pr cwt. .75,1.,5 Oats pr hui..... t
Br .i.......... 1.25 Brick pr M.....13.00
ft,pee Sisal .... .7@ 9 Line pr ilhl...... 7
FFIUI'T and NUTS-
t)rages pr doz. 45 Pecans -r h ..... 15
Apples .. .... 15 Walnuts.......... O2
I,.emons ......... 20 Almonds ........ 1. 5
OYSTERS
I hlell pri1,000 1.50 Opened pr qi t .. 15.
fVE ~STOCK.
il., s .. .. $3'.. 15 CUows....... $15a 2.,
i .50.1'75 Bogs.. . $3 to $4
xen. pr yoke $65 Sheep .......... -$2
i'OU IlTRY -
'j'r icken ei 3.1.. 3 -,0 Geese iachl 4Si5oI
I',li l,.l ... arl.00 Ducks... .... 2 0
FIS H. S v'
S...-. -Salt


'l,,ll.. l | r d ()7 .5 c. 3 .*ll ;e t. p r I 'It ., .)l)
-25 i'.t..... ..- 5.53i
:i3. ,, . I
., ,, r .. om a o ... I. pt.
-t, eon ...... 10 Mac.kerel S... O8.|1)
I J I lM i Ie i.
Flooring, C ceiling.
il.rl iV m I $1 I lleart, V r m... 14.t)O
Face *' .. 12.0U ace .. 12.00
a rop Hsiding, ,11 S pUlap l r ), .
Ieart lace tn 14.00 xi int. I n. . 'l.1))
San 10.00 Finishing Ithun-
Bo lhutmier.. 8-@l12 her, d.. $12@il15.0
learl shingle", 2.50 !,(lt 1") i .. 2. 110
8g p 1.50 Boar lumnler,
d. ed. ...$20


-
SSTAT, OF r UIO, CITV Oi-I'oI.EDO l
Lucas COUNTY. (
F rank J. Cheney makes oath that he
td tle senior partner of the firm of F. J
Cheney & Co. doing business in the City
of Toledo, comuty atnd state aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of ONE
iiUNl)DRD.DOi.LA&RS for each ind every
case of C(atarri tLit cannot be cured by
he uae of Hall's CJatirrih Cure.
,i ".A(NK J Cu~tNEY.
Sworii to before me and subscribed in
iy iPesence, this 6th day of December,
Sp, 1866. A. W. GLEASON,
[SEAL. Notary Public.
11all's Catarrh Cure is takenx internally
and acts directly on the blood and mu-
cous surfaces of the system. Send for
estimonials, free.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family I'ills for constipa-
tion.

(lurions Chinese Prejudice.
SIn the course of business certain
T.olndon banks have occasion to send
out lirge sumis in' goll coin to China.
No'sovereigns, however, will be ac-
cepted which have St. George and the
dragon on the reverse side. The drag-
on fjtiys a leading part In religious
matters in China, and Its figure on the
coln is abhorrent to the Celestial mind.
The London consignees have therefore
to piek out the older coins, having a
shield on the reverse side, for trans-
mission to the east.

EXPOSURE
To cold draughts of ar, to keen and
cutting-winds, sudden changes of tem-
perature, scanty clothing, undue ex-
exposure of the throat and neck after
public speaking and singingo, bring on
cougrbs and colds. Ballard's Horehound
Syrup is thd best cure.
Mrs.A. Barr, Houston, Texas, writes,
Jan. 31 1902: ''One bottle of Ballard'
Horeltound Syrup cured nie of avery
bad cough. It is very pleasant to take."
25o,-50c, $1.0o. Sold at the Trading
Post, St. Andrew, Fla.
Nowl----
A Disappointetd Cannibal.
A pathetic story of a disappointed
caHnnial is told in an Engli::i religious
paper. "One day," says a inissionary.-
*'I Was eating some canned sheep'es
tongues that had been sent from home.
O'ne of my nativss. seeing me, jmpedid
with Ihvl;l:ht. lHe th(mghlt they vare
r.ei's tongues. His glooill on (iscov-
e:ingg tl:hat it was not a reli.iovus re-
v:va,. nfter all, and that the missiouary
reniuined unconverrted would have.
touched the hardest heart."


Here is a story told of the co'i-a
)f Emperor Francis II. of" -n,:r
.)ne arm of the Dauube spa.:..-,
S.ity of Vienna from a large subu
Stalled Leopold-stadt. A thaw inu
!ated this suburb, and the ice ca
Ied away the bridge of the commune
'atfon with the capital. The popul
ion of Leopold-stadt was in great d:
'ress for want of provisions. A nu
;er of boats were collected and loads
with bread, but no- one felt hard
enough to risk the passage, which we
rendered e:trcmely dc&'erou.s by large
boloes of ite. Elmperor Francis stock
at the water's egide. He be-ged, e:
lhorted, threatenedi and promised th
hIghest recoimpcn.:es, but all in vai
while on the other shore his subject
famishing with hMnL;: r, supp!cteted r
lief. The maumarch's se:sibii!ty a
length got the better of his prudent
He leaped singly into a boat loaded
with bread and applied himself to tl
oars, exclaiming, "Never shall it b
said that I made no effort to sav
those who would risk their all for me'
The example of the sovereign inflanme
the spectators, who threw themselves
into the boats. They encountered th
sea successfully and gained the sul
urb.-Vienna Journal.
When a mutn knows how ro give th
baby a bath his wife doesn't knoe
Whether to rejoice because he is s
smart or to weep because he is so little
like a man.---Now York Press.

T'I''rilio I4:,'e. h W u' i eath, ,
"Death was fast api)roaching," write
Ralph F. F:rnandez, ot Tampa, Fla
describing his fearful race with death
"as a result of liver trouble and hear
disease, which -had robbed me of slee
and of all interest in life. I had trie
many different doctors and several mcd
'cines, but got no benefit until I begau
to use Electric B tters. So wondcrfu
was their effect, toat in three days
felt like a new man, and today 1 an
cured of all my troubles, Guarantees a
A. H. Brake's store; prica 50c.
An Extra Pair of Lungs.
"I hnve known aged people, men past
eighty, to take their cold baths every
morning and-be as spry as you please,"
says Eugene Wood in Everybody's
Magazine. ."One old fellow used to
toddle down to the beach when he had
to wade bare legged through the snow
two or three blocks. It carried him off
at the last, though, for he died just
about four weeks before he was eighty-
four. And if those of low vitality who
ought 'to take the chill off the bath'
were to take it ice cold and rub them-
selves like sixty afterward I don't think
their vitality would be low. I think
if they got their blood purified by prac-
tically adding another pair of lungs to
their outfit they would soon be as chip-
per as anybody."

Pity is the virtue of the law, and
lone but tyrants use it cruelly.--
h a kepon rn.
---------w-rO
ChiamberlAii.'s Co'-ghl Renmedy the
Very 33st.
I have been using Clhanibeilain's Cough
enmedy and want. to say it is the best
ough metdieine I have ever taken," says
;eo. L. Cliulhi, a roerhlianlt ot Harlan.
Mdicl' 'l'her( is no question a>)out its lic-
ng the hIest, its it will cure a cough or
;old in less time than any other treat-
nient. It should always he kept in the
louse ready for instant use, for a cold
can be cured in much less time when
iromnptly treated. Forsale byv L. M. Ware,
St. Andrew and layhead and all.nedi-


cine dealers.


Grant and His Boy Admirer.
An intimate friend of President
Grant said to him one day, "General,
my little boy has heard that all great
men write poor hands, but he says be
believes you are a greit min In spite
of the fact that you write your signa-
ture so plainly that anybody can read
it-"
The president took a card from his
pocket, wrote his name on it and hand-
ed it to him.
"Give that to your boy," he said,
"nnd tell him it is the signature of a
man who Is not at all great, but that
the fact must be kept a secret between
him and me."--Boston Christian Regis-
ter.


BEST FOR THE

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


EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Pleasant, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good, Do
Good, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe; 10, 25 and
50 cents per box. Write for free sample, and book-
let on health. Address 433
Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN

LAMBERT M. WARE.
LAMBERT'M, WARE, JR

L. M. WARE & SON,
Dealers In and Agents for- the
Sale of

Real Estate.
Taxes Paid an'1 Rents Collectedt
for Non-te. idents.
St. Andrew. Fla.


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ing Parlor,

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Office.


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Sp'y'Everything new, neat and
clean antd patrons given the most
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aUU U Mu rraytot Rober Nixonu, V; exclusive business brokers in the coun- Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on June No. 21
R. D. Murray, Robert Nixon, J.G. try. We have buyers. What have you 2 1905, viz: Daily.
Diis and . R NsterO, Ra ofNixo, to offer We bring buyer and seller to- WILLIAM H. PITTS, of Nixon, Fla. 11:55p.m.
Fa. W. G. ROBINSON, Refister. ether and maKe quick sales. Ed 32707, for the swi of ec. 8, tp 2s, '. 12:15 n't
NOTICE I OR PUBLICATION. Robt. M. Eurich & Co., Inc., 12w. 12:20 "
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. Pittsburg, Pa. He :names the following witnesses to 12:23 "
Land Office at Gainesville. Fla.( Iuy An Estaiblished Jieusiness, prove his continuof sa residence uon 12:35 "
May 1. 1905. and secure for yourself a steady income; tuition of sa v 12:39
Robert Nixon, W E. Pitts, J. G Da- 12-50
Notice is hereby given that the fol- business is the ,ld fashioned, time-tried s a angster al of Nixo, 158 '
lowing named settler has filed notice of method of getting rich, Don't monkey Viand R. T. Sangst all of Nixo 12:58 a
his intention to make final proof in sup- with get rich quick" schemes; we are F. W.G. ROB N,Register. 1 a.
port of his claim, and that said proof the only exclusive "business brokers" E s fe i.
will be made before the Clerk of the in the country. an1d cn place? \ ou in an NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION 2:20
Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on June established. g, od-paylini- b-'iness. no DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, 2;3:
20,1905, viz.: matter where you wish to locate. Write Gaesville Fla 3:
JOHN A. H. MURRAY of Cook. Fla. today and let us know what youi want. Land Ofice at Ginevie Fla. 3:23
Hd 21,286 for the e of ne of sec. 23, tp. Robert M. Eurich & Co., Inc., MaNev 1905. 4:03 "
4s, r. 13w. -Pittsburg. Pa. Notice is hereby given that the fol- 4-18
4He names the ,n witnesses to a. lowing named settler has filed notice of 4:4C '
He names the following witnesses to his intention to make final proof in sup,- 5:00 "
prove his continuous residence upon PARKER'S port of his claim, and that said proof 5:08 "
and cultivation o said land, viz.: HAIR BALSAM will be made before the elerk of the 5:33
H. N. Johni on and J. J. Fowler of t lr ad betriat goneslh. circuit court at VerDuon, Fla., on June 6:00
Cook, Fla., Robert Nixon and R. D. Never st o eator Gray 20, 1905,viz: 6 '
uray, of Nixon, F. Hair to its Youthful Color. viz:
Murray, of Nixon, Fla. rieilseaseas& hairfaitUg. ROBERT D. MURRAY, of Nixon, Fla. ":00
W. Q. ROBINSON,- Register. ,, can Drn,^ .
W ROBINSON, Reiste. .. sc,and t ru Hd 29843 for the eiof nel of sec. 8, tp 7:40 '
--- ---s, r. 12w. 7:50
He names the following witnesses to 7:58
Over-'-Rollo.prove his continuous r'esideoce upon 8:15 iT.
o 0,e ONE FULL QUAR and cutivation-of said land, viz: .
Ne irULL QUART F .. Robert Nixon. W. E. Pitts. R. T. eliab
Customers E Sangster and J. G. Davis, all ol Nixon, Te g
Shipments W MTf Fla. W. G. ROBINSON, Register the most brill
made In plain
boxes. 1-No Order is Povwer. the shrewdest,
cut contents. WeV know the meaning of words and willdo s we say. We What comfort, what strength, what or to the best
claim to be the lowest-priced Whisky- House and the economy, there is in order-material or- level headed n
Largest M ail Order Whiskey Coneern tI the South. All thet or
North UCaroina thiskey we sell n tgod--there's ao bad. (der, intellectual order, moral order. To est judgment.
people here wouldn't aulterate if they -theyng and what on a response
honestly Mostwhiskeysellersarenotedforlng, blendingsandl kllOw whre oce is gltg and what o fr a response
watering. Wesellmore genuineold whi desswater than Pes-tiis is o r: To keep one; ie not co
------ any known competitor. "Cusper's 11 Ye I old") Whisky iss-thi is orr: To
e aLiquldjl t's made by honest people l tie mountains of word and one's enigeen tis. .'il his sound ju
North Carolina, in old-style copperrstillls,ltas It was made by
our grandfathers. Firsratewhiskey l"oiAto5.Ooto$6.0O order: To have everything ready unde: what is wanted
11 YEAR OLD per gallon, but it's not any better than "caspbr's Year Old." It b b to dis ot being trip
11 YEA R', OD must please or we will buy it back. We havtaicapltal of 8600,000, one's hands, to be able to lispfsoa out being trip
ant the Peoples' National Bank and the Pie[nWOnt Sayings Bankn he lad U
of this city will telyou our word is good. Tt-oducethis old, o11es forces atnd to have all one s can he land
honest whiskey, we offer four Full Quarp of "Camper's 11 n fwh er in ndr co-
Year old"-two sample bottles, one 15, one4 year old--a cork- 1SealiS of whatever khId Under col- .
screw and a drinking glass-all for $2.95. If$.o90 iscnt we nand. Still order: To di!ciplipne oue'3
will double the above and put In free One Pull Quart Extra.
We have some of this whiskey only 7 years nld, and will sbnd five- habits, one's efforts, one's wishes, to
gallon keg for t10 or will furnish twenty fulltuart bottles on re-
ceipt of 11 and give free corkscrews, drtnklmgglass'es and sam- organize one's life, to distribute one's
ples, makLig this whiskey cost less than 62. 20 pergallon delivered.
We ship in plain boxes with no marks to indicate contents, and time, to take the measure of one's du-
Prepay all Exprges. Buyers West of Tis, Kansas, Nebraska ties and make one's rights respected, to
Sand Dalote must add 80 cents per quart extra. _____ri e
t At AD O BY 9HNEST ~C se THE CASPER CO. (Inc.) employ one's capital and resources,
aNomrrn CAROUNA PeoPLe 95 Co elr Bldg. WINSTONw-SALEM, N.o. one's talent and one's chances profita- Want your
Sbly. Order is power.-Amiel's Journal. beautiful br


I When They Regintered "And Ladr." -PersOnlal.
ia' "Some weeks ago I had an opportu- W. H. Parker returned to his
he nity of inspecting the hotel register of home at Parker T esday morning
rb a Niagn:'a Falls hotel of the years from Pensacola, ihe e had been for a
n- ]83.-$ said a Milwaukee man.foP I eh b fr
r "E,-en at that tim,' the falls seem to week or tv, in attendance upon the
i- have been a fav'rile resort, but what U. Couu iu session there and
a- impressed me most was the style in transacting business in the This falling of your
is- vogue at that time. transacting busin in th his falling of your hair
m-. "The chirography was by far better interest o0tile house at Stop it, or you will soon be
ed than one sees nowadays on iotel regis- Parker. bald. Give your hair some U
y ter, me writing almost sembMrs, M, B. e who has been Ayer's Hair Vigor. The fall-1
e Treetar tfvin un tnd n-spending the ter ith friends here ing will Stop, the hair ill D ryy
od stance of a man registering himself left for her present ie, Ai.,l, A iro
'and wife.' In everyother instance It last Friday. B at
he was 'and lady.' Another feature of the M . Av 4 ca 11 1o WCl r
n, register was a column headed 'Re- Mr. and Mrs. is Ayars, after ,Ve cairy
, marks,' which was used by guests in .sspeuding ithe intiell at their Pearl grow, and the scalp will be
.making personal notices, some of
Which were highly Interesting. Today Ba)ou home, here, on the Peit.i-ula, clean and healthy. Why be COUN
a. we tell our confidences to the clerk."- have returtied to Millun Junctionu Satisfied with poor hair when FI S
SMilwaukee Sentinel. VIs., where during ree t years they yOU can make it rich?
ae r "My hair nearly all came out. I then tried
Ducks and Decoya. have beetin spending tihe slnumlel" Ayer's Hair Vigor and only one bottle stopped
>e Duk an Deo .,the falling. New hair came in real thick and
ae The duck is much more cunning than Ionths. Iust a little curly."-Mas. L. M. SMITH,
,, a great many of its brothers of the c. H. McCall, at extensive peach ,1.0a bottle. J a..RCO.,
d bird tribe, and this Is the reason that All druggists Lowell, Mass
s it was found necessary to devise the grower of Buena Vista, Ga., spent a or
e decoy as a means of luring him within lew days here last week looking il, T hk H
b-the reach of the gunner. After a few the p abilities of the St, A
experiences with these dummies' the tle possibilities of tie St, Auicitew,'A -
wise bird begins to cultivate a susp-i- Bay country. lie t 1a"s 1c11h pleased
e don and makes a critical investigation with what he saw a! tiis of le- Mrs. Von Bumer-Why don't you
w before he alights in the middle I what Mrs. Von Blumer-Why don't you
o appears to be a bunch of birds on a turning anlld erihal,.- L casting here. take your business friend to your club
l feeding ground. It is no uncommon Mr. and Mrs. Al. G, l'obt and instead of bringing him home? Von
thing for a flock of ducks sighting olng son ,tulrnI 11 unitlay ilt Blumes t -Because I want to talk busi- m
a lot of decoys to circle around out of tu l y t ness to him. I don't want to take him
Wr-'oh of the fowli0ng'plece,"/and, dicov- from a business atld .Ji.itLe tip to to a place where he is going to enjoy
s ring the deception, start off on their Pensacula. himself.
journey, to the chagrin of the watch- Otto Franz cae over fro Pen-omplaint.
"' ing sportsman. Just Complaint.
sacula io tshe tig, Suipyson, arriving Borroughs-I don't see why he
t LEGAL NOTICES. onn tigh ndwin remainwouldn't lend me the $5 I wanted. eale
S LEGAL. NOTICES. ',,nday night and will remain foir a Newftt-No. He certainly couldn't askU UIa
week or two with Mrs. Franz. who for a more permanent investment.-
DEPAR TMENT OF THE INTERIO, is still in attendance upion her ver Exchange. ify G
n Land Otfice at Gainesville, Fla, ick mother. Mrs. E'lioun.
1 May 1, 1905. EPiece, who LEGAL NOT ICES,
I -Notice is hereby Liven that the fol- Mrs. E. Pieec, who has been tie
lowing named settler has filed notice of guest of Mrs. Perdue for the ,inter, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. '|j
1 his intention to m.ke final proof in sup- lelt on t F T i |
t port of his claim, and that said proof let io alp oute r Cal ARENT OF T INTERIOR
will be made before the clerk of the lorniia, where she spends a portiiii ol AND OFFI AT GAINESl 1 VLLE, 190 A.
circuit court at Ve. non, Fla., on June April 17, 190. 5.
circuit, 19court4, viz: Fla., on June ertime Notice is hereby given that the fol- -
JOHN G. DAVIS, of Nixon, Florida, lowing- named settler has filed notice of 3 J1E 1
HJOHN G. DAVIS, of .Nixon, Florida, twp her intention to make final proof in
Hd 29854 for the sw1, of scc. 10, twp Cleared tor Actioln. support of his claim, and that said
2s. r. 12w. AT
He names the following witnesses to When the body is cleared for action, proof will be made before the Clerk ol AT
prove his continuous residence upon by Dr. King's New Li:e Pills, you can t Cun t Couit at Ver1905,on, Flaon A
and cultivation of said land, viz: tell it by the bloom of health on the SAMUEL T. NOLAN of Murfee, Fla.,
Robert Nixon, R. D. MarvaW. AW.L
Pitts and J. A. Murray, all of Nixon, cheeks; the brightness of the eyes; the Hd 33533 for the net of nwiand wi of 0 ) IJ GT
Fla, W. G. ROBINSON. R{eaister. firmness of the flesh and muscles; the ws, (r lots 3, 4 and 5) of se 27, tp.5w.Whethe
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. buoyar-cy of the mind. Try them. At 2samethe follow witnesses tor. 15w
NOTICE FOR PUBLICAkTION. He names the following witnesses to
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. A. H. Brake's store, 25c. prove his continuous residence upon,
D RT OF THEvc I. N TERIOR. aid cultivation of said land, viz:
Land Office at Gainesville Fla. a Muafee, R. L Ellis, A A Mc-
May 1, 1905. O o Ranoma atrpln.. Collom, and R. F. Murfee,,all of Mnrfe,
Notice is hereby given that the fol- Thnt dernly imp;enemot.the hatpin of Fla.
lowing named settler has filed notice of modern times., is a descendant of an W. G, ROBINSON, Register.
his intention tio make final proof in sup equally formidable toilet article used AW"Editor's fee paid.
port of his claim, and that said proof by Ro)man women. The Aspasias and
will be made fore the Clerk of the Julis and (',udias who decked them- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. L=
circuit ot atVernn, Fla., onJune selves a cu!e of thousand years or DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
20OBET NIXON, of Nixon,Fla., ore iz:ago. t te unoing of the par. LAND OFFICE AT GAINS8VILLE, FLA.
lid 29865 for the swf or sw section 1 ticulr B- alrus or Mieu-cn tley desired AprilT17, 1905. "
and si of set and nwi of set of sec. 2, to fscinate. wore hone hairpins of Notice is hereby given that the fol-
tp. 2 r,12w. pro s ienth. Yet, ike te wo lowing named settler has filed notice of
). 2. r, 2w. odi enh. Yet, like th
Henames the following witnesses to men of this present time, they seem ti his intention to make commuttlion .
-tlIroof in support of his claim, and I1,:=
prove his continuous residence upon have experienced the -,.nite d ticulty in saidproof vrill be made belforeai, a l oe
and cultivation of said lind, viz.: keeping them in Iplae. This fact came the circuit court at Vernon, Fla., on
R. T. San ster, S. L. Lltudermni.kJ. to light during .xcevrtis at -ilees. June -0, 1915, viz:
oG. Davis a ROBINO. Reell of Ni ter, near rIea,1ing. Englan'. a hundred GEOi. GE BIROXTON. of Murfee, Fla.,
t, -. V-. OBN ON*. 0,or so of these bone Larpin s being -Hd33761 forthewi nwi(f sec. 26 and COMMER
NOTICE FOR PLIBLICATION found in the Routa.n bUi, collected eiof nei sec. 2?. t.. 2s, r. 15w.
DPAnTAIINT 'rile 1NNTERoRR. maybe by the bath atte Drnt. l prove He names the folio ,ing witne.-?se to
adopAiME at nviNi',lRIR. all these centuries later at there hi contiius rsidn-u un
Laud office at ainesvill ,. n,.,. a. new uder the -u ,, that and cultivation of said land, viz: 1111
May 1, 190&. U L; i ud t l lil in Samuel T. Nolan, R. L. Ellis, Ai A.
Notice is hereby given that the f-l all a:;;s the same lit 'oL. e.l have MCollun,,lo nand \VH.N. Dicklon, all of 11
lowing named settler has filed notice of been possessed by womn.. .Mu tirfC, Fla.
his intention ton make final proof in sup- ---- ----- -- W, G.ROBINSON, RBgister.
port of his claim, and that said proof Mother Gray's Sweet Powei's for Chil- AF"Editor's fee paid.
will be :made before the Clerk of the n Sucessfull b Mother
Gircuit Qourt at Vernon, Fa., on Jun. Gray nurse in the ChiIldrt's Home i NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. PRE
20. 1905, viz: New York cure fce rt.-hirs bui'l stom- DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
KOBIERT T. SANGSTER, of Nixon, ach teething dhorder-, move ia d .egu- LAN OFFICE ATGAINEsvLLE,FLA.,
l- -d .I9I fo tl w of late tie bowels and tiestroy woriis. April 24, 101b,
d 297 for tie w of i, nw ofsw Over 30,000 testimonials They never Notice is hereby given th't the follow-
o12 se. an f se se tp 2s, fail, At all druggt is, 25e. Saminle ing-namned settler has filed notice of his
H names the following witnesses to FEE. Address Allen S.Olmsted Lev intention to make conomutation proof in
prove his continuous residence upon Roy, N. Y. support of his claim, and that saii proot
a.in p cultivation of said land, viz.: will bie made before the County Judge .at
R. D. Murray, Robert Nixon, W E. Cha tchc. on Briade. Vernon. Fla. 911 June 20th, 1905,viz: U S
Pitts and J. G. Davis, all of Nixon, Fla- The custom of building churches on i;REEN B. JENKINS, of Ebro, Fla.
'a G. ROBINSON, Register. bridges was common a hundred years Hd. 33209 for the ef. of se4 of sec. 10
and more ago. Several of these quaint and ni. of ie4 o: sec. 15, to. ls,r. 16w.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. old buildin-gs are still left in Europe. He namlnes the following witnesses to.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. The Chapel of Our Lady still stands on hits ca ti ofus rsidece upon and1235 n'n
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla the bridge which spala the Don at King Raley, Honry .anmi, hael, Abuer 2:22 p.mn
May 1,1805. Rottecnmi. The little chapel was built BKssett and Af. Bassett, all of Ebro, 4:22 p "
Notice is hereby given that the tefol- in tLe fifteetiih cc'ntu'y had was re- Fla, W. G. RBo.ieo, register. 8:25 "'
lowing named settler has filed notice of stored aba it a hundre.i years ago. For gfg^Editor's fee paid.
his intention to make final proof in sup- several years toowvcer, it has bees.
peat of his claim, and that said proof ',., ,: :' t'c,c.,-, ,-,.v,. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATI'ION. No. 2
will be made before the Clerk of the .. DEPARTMENT OF THE I-TERIOR. 11:05 p.m.
Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on June B ARTMonT O iR lNETILLpT 11 :0i rp.m
20, 1905, viz BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES, LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FI.A.,Q 6:15 a,m.
May 1, 1905, 5 11:59(
WILBURN E PITTS, of Nixon, Fla. Notice is hereby given that the fol- 2:30 "
Hd 30007, for the w ci nwa of sec7, tp. Do You Want to Sell Your lowing named settler has filed notice o- 7:20 "
2s, e t. 12w. Business? We cansellvou" bussines, her intention to ma ke int- proof in sup 7:20 p.m1
pre names the following witnesses to no matter where it is located. This is port of ie cla, and tha said lroof
auu iuit~o f d~i l~.u di


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;VILLE & NASHVILLE RR
In Effect April 14, 1901
NEW ORLEANS ANI) \Obl11.i.


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


No. H
Leave Pensuicola, Arm ve 5." a.n.m.
FloIaloin, Leave 2:33 a n!.
Mobile, 12:30 n'u
New Orleans. 8:00 p).ln.
NOR'I'H.


No. 4
12:35p. m. Leave Pensaoola
(:30 Arrive Montgomeay
9:12 Birminfham
4:50 a.m Louisville
11:59 Cincinnati
1:30 p.rh. St. Louis
PENSACOLA AND RIVER


No. 3,
Daily.
7:00 a m. Lv
7:13 "
7:16 "'
7:18 "
7125 "
7:28 "
7'35 1
7:39 "
3:15 "
8:30 "
8:38
8:56 "
9:10 "
9:35 "
9:44 "
9:57 "
10:10 "
lo:15 "
10:30
10:47, "
11:07 "
11:25 "
11:45 "
11.42 "
12:02n'n
12:15 Al'


Pensacola.
Bohemia.
Yniestra.
Escambia.
Mulat
Harp
Galt City
Miltou
Good Rauije
Holtr
Mill iirin
Crestview
Deer Land
Mossy Head
DeFuniak Sprinmrs
Argyle
Ponce de Leon
Wertville
Caryville
Bonifay
Ch;pley
Cottondale
Marianna
Cypress
Grand Ridge
Sneads
River.Tunction L


ility In Wanted.
prizes of life do not fall tc
giant, to the cleverest, to
to the most long headed
educated, but to the most
ien, to the men of sound-
When a man is wanted
bie position his shrewd-
nstdered so important as
idgment. Reliability is
d. Can a man stand *irtli-
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Don his feet? Can he be


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No. 1
4:00 p.m.
11:15 a.m.
8:33 "
9:15 p.m.
6:00 "
4:lc "


JUNCTION


No. 2
Daily.
Ar 10:50 p.i
10::;7
10:34"
10:;:2
10:23
10:21
10:15
10:10
9;3,35
9:20
,f:13
8:55
8S:40
8:18
7:44
7:29
7:17
7:12
6:55
6:37
6:18
6:00
5.38
5:132
5:21
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No. I
4:00 p.m
2:30 "
1:25 "
9:30 a im.


No. 3
5:00 a.m.
9:35 p.m,
4.05 "
2:45 a.m,
11:15 n.m,
'8:55 "


No. 22
Daily.
t:30 p. in
6:06 "
6i:01 "
5145 '"
5:49
5:27 "
5:20 *
4i5. "
4-:35 "










11:45 a rd
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S34 "
3::lti6 "
2:43 "
2:31 "
2:13 "
1t:55 .,
1:49 "
1:27 "
1:04. "
12:38 nn
12:14 '
11:45 a i
11:22 *
10:55 "
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depend-ltr d upo, reliiel upon, under all
eircunimrst;an'tr 1o do tho rliht tiing.
the se.w:iblh thing? IlUn the man u
level lho:,d? "Ii: i he good horse eense?
Is he llable to ly off on a trangcnt or to
"go off half cocked?" Is he "faddy?"
Has he "wheels in his head?" Does he
lose his temper easily or can he control
himself? If he can keep a level heAid
under all circumstances, if hi cannot
be thrown off his balance and sl honest.
he 16 the man wanted.--. B. Marden
In Success Magazine.


I ~~~-I~-rl I -- )
n i The reat rule of health--
SP I I Keep the bowels regular.
-I ft I | | And the great medicine-
Ayer's -Pills. Loii. M*
moustache or beard BUCKINGHAM'S DYE
own or rich black Use orn Ors. or Druia1h bo r. ..LL 00o.. mIAStn, s., .


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A STORY OF THACKERAY.
f6ow He ChanKed a Child'r Night
From Tear- to Gladnesn.
Thackeray was' delightful as a story
teler. One evening I remember ma:n-
ma gave a dinner party in, h-li honor.
I was allowed to sit up till 8:30 o'clock.
Dinner In those days was at 6:30.1
When the party cuame Ino U': lr.Iw:rl.
room ,i was thiutre In my I.'.v whLt-
muslin with a light blue :slh. Mr
T'hackeray took posse.slriu of me. much
to- ny delight. f reirt,*m!iier sitting on
his knee in a carn'.r ir" I~.'o i..CR. and
ihe told me storic.im 'itblre- ;ina. one
about a little boy unm close croplied reol hair awml a very"v nib
little nose and in l;bt blue eyc.e. Peter-
was. quite a character, ud the recital
of li i-plventures w!IH of the rmIst In.
terest(ln, nstilr. I rtwistqd ny- celf
with dliglir. I In'ngh'd so he-Illr E.,
that Mr. 'TrfacLkra. grew Ifunnier and
funnier.
,r_ "Yo'Yl must go to b04 now.," aiLd mam.
ma, coming up. "People wa-nt to talk-
Io Mr. Thaekerny."
"Let me stay up," I cried, clinging to
lin).
"Five minute more," said Mr. Tlack.
erny. looking at i. i wntch. **I'i.ve niln

50 YEARS'
EXPERIENCE


utes, and then she will go to bed."
Ile changed the nature of Peter's nd-
ventures. They becaine quite sad. The
little lad, I remember, was brought be-
fore the police, although he was utter-
ly innocent. "lie seemed so plucky ::;
he sat there," said Mr. Thackeray.
"The police said his head must be cut
off. but he did not say a word. He
looked like a small soldier. Ah, my
lunette-& got quite misty with my tears
when I looked at him." And Mr.
Thackeray pointed to his spectacles. 'I
did not in, tlhe feast seethe incongruity
DutUil For bnce.
Boy-My tooth aches, and mamma
*aid I should come here and let you
look at It Dentist-I see. It must
oome out. Won't take but a minute.
Now be a brave little man. and I'll-
Boy (hastify Lbaking eff)-Mamma
didn't say I should let you pull It; she
only said I should let you look at It.
.- A ar or. "
Mamle-Florencl's love of truth
amounts to a passion. She really goes
to extremes. Kittle-In what respect?
Mamie--Why. she admits that her best
friend Is younger than she is.




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APRIL

SHOWERS

'By VRuth Sant.elle

Copoight, 19o., by K. 3L. lhtchead
o ^O*C+OoC The raindrops pattered down as
merrily and musically as if an unex-
pected shower were a most delightful.
thiig. They washed the brick pave-
ment to a fresh red, making tiny rivu-
let. of the gutters.
But Phyllis Dalrymple was not oc-
eulpie1 with adrmiratiou of the rain-
]rot"p' pranks. It w\vs provoking! Ten,
iiut.s before there had not been a
suspicionn of rain. ld here she was
'..orpt J up on the tluy pizza of an
partun.'lt house, w+tiout the remiot'st-
hJi'e of re,cuet tll .the rain shbull
please to cease. How empty the street
seemed too!
A lone i.e.lestriaLu Enviable crea-
.uare. with rain coat and umbrella,
.;.mtering along as If being out in the
-ain were the pleasantest thing imag-
,;abi, and now-what an odd young
:!;an. e was--stopping right in front
f i-r to viwtch lthe tiny river swirl and
iv ..c ulpon an ol structiug brick!
1 I; \ you pardon, air, but could
,oI possibly let mIe:'-- Her voice fal-

ii,!ri,;,t:'i Wrd heeled about and be-
":'A. oei-thl on the top step under the
,..:' v sh.iltir, a inost alluring picture

a*: i libe of :s;ditance?' he began,
u,,. ; nci, !hat in hand. "'You
,,\,` [?! ii; 2i,~ tf l',
-,-Oro ,*)i 'if .i liii," to mo I'. "
',Th v.ian stiLTened from its appeal-
ini; attiti'de.
"Y ;i. Ilstl be ithken, sir. I do
nut r !ii h:itvimia ainot you." Then,
ha;stily, at his look of ijur'ed surprise:
"Oh, yes; yes. Iorgive mie. I did
speak to you. Oh,, please don't go
away and leave rme io'.v"
The. bewilderment on Ward's face
was so very frank that the girl broke
into a ripple of laughter.
"Really, I must ask you to forgive
me again. I do not mean to be rude.
But it was funny to see you looking
as overcome as I felt. There! That
smile makes me sure you are good
natured, and if you'll come up out of
the rain I'll try to tell you."
Ward accepted with alacrity.
"You see I was caught by the show-
er"-Ward nodded, with a compre-
hensive glance at the dainty toilet-
"and I simply must go on, because I
promised to take this lace pattern to
old Mrs. Walker, and I always keep
my word. And I couldn't wait very
long either, because I've an engage-
ment at 3. Aud there's no ear, no cab,
no anything--and yp0u ust looked like
salvation-and I was sure you hadn't
anything, to do, because ,you weren't
hurrying at all, you know"-
"Not a thing except your bidding un-
til 3," assented Ward. "I, too, have an
appointment."
* "Then you could just as well as not,
you know, walk along-? I don't believe
I ever asked any one before," she con.
fessed, with a charming blush, in apol-
ogy, for her embarrassment.
"Couldn't have done so well with
years of experience," declared Ward,
looking Interested. "My worthy um-
brella and humble self are yours most
devotedly. And as it seems already to
be raining quite a little less viciously
perhaps you'd like to start," he sug-
gested.
"You. are very.kind," replied Phyllis
demurely, gathering up her ruffles pre-
paratory to setting out.
As a matter of fact, it was not rain-
ing much now, but the big umbrella
and its stalwart owner were excellent
company in the deserted street.
"I almost believe I like unconven-
tionality," said Phyllis, picking her
way as a dainty woman will. "It's
so--well, different from everyday."
"I am convinced that I like uncon-
ventionality, if this is it," responded
Ward.
Ebrllis looked reDroacafu.1l


lk


"I won't detain you longer," she said,
swinging the gate with her toe. "I have
an engagement at 3-something of a'
nuisance too. I shall have to entertain
a friend of my brother's, and I under-
stand he's rather a stick-not half so
charming as you have been, I'm sure."
Then the gate slammed against her
hand, and a shower of white cards
sprinkled the walk. Ward bent to pick
up her purse and from every white
square was contented by the words,
"Miss Phyllla Dalrymple."
"Miss Dalrymple," he stammered in
an agony of humiliation. "I-I-how
could you let me-I"-
But Phyllis ,was tripping up the
walk. As she reached the step she
turned and smiled. Just then the sun
burst from behind a cloud, transform-
ing the world into a sparkle of dia-
mond drops.
"Miss Dalrymple will be at home,
alone, at 8," she said. "It is possible
that she would listen to a-well, let us
say an explanation."

Alleged Origin' of 'Uncle Sam.'
A curious version of the origin of
"Uncle Sam" has been discovered in
an old almanac published in Lesang-
ton; Ky,, in 1814. .The phrase is ex-
plained in the following words: "Un-
cle Sam is a cant phrase significant
of the United Stals, as John Bull is
significant of Eng nd. The origin of
It seems to be this: Inthe year 1807
there was authorized .b' "w the rais-
ing of a regiment of light dragoons.
When the company first appeared their
caps bore the letti-s U. S. L. D., sig-
nifying the United States Light Dra-
goons. A countryman, seeing the com-
pany in dress parade, aske4 a bystand-
er what the letters stood f-r. 'Why,'
was the answer, 'that means Uncle
Sam's Lazy Dogs.' Since that time
the use of the term has become gen.
eral."--London Chronicle.


:`L*~;


"This was wh.t I thought about it
before, I tir.r, splv." she salId hurried-
ly. "Of course 'we don't know each
other at all"--
"Worse luch !"said a voice at her
side.
i-"but I need tI he res 1il. and he's
apparently nothb g bettl- to do than
rescue me. Hle lp i twortLy, and
after he takes ,.L Wanlker's,
where 1 can seuMRrrilfge, we
shall never seet t, Mr. nIn"-
"Never see en ~ or m' Oh, I
say, after I do nt i
-"and as I a tn erfec ly siure"-with
no hesitation to that she heard a
word of the pro 'from his appear-
ance that he wo a ot dream of tak-
ing advantage of piy confidence I think
I shall run the risk of appealing to his
generosity."
They walked for a minute silently.
Then she stole a glance at his clear
cut face, flushed with mortification,
and relented.
"You are doing me such a favor"-
more genially--"that I don't mind tell-
ing you that I was horribly frightened
after I spoke :inl Itrtily believe I should
have run awai. the minute you turned
if it hadn't 1Ieen for the rain."
"Thank heaven for rain!" he mur-
mured so fervently that they both
smiled and caught each other In the
act.
"But I really t.lnk It's not ratinng
a drop now." she'iald. "There's noth-
ing left but the sprinkle from the
trees."
"It would your frock in no
time." And h'e gave the exii.-sitel%
gowned little figure another openly ap
proving glance.
"But, of course," responded Phyllis.
"I couldn't permit myself to presulme
upon your kindness when I don't real
ly need you, and, you see, the sun is1
trying its best to shine this very min-
ute."
"May failure attend its efforts-that
is-I mean-you know how very u-
certain such, weather is, and if I .al-
lowed you to be caught again I' never
forgive myself."
"Oh, you wouldn't think of it again.
of course," she laughed coyly. "But
I should be desolated if I caused you
to miss your appointment. It's quite
a little nearer 3 than it was, you
know."
"Hang the appointment! Oh, I say,
I beg your pardon, you know.. But
really I'm having such a good time I'd
forgotten, and it's a bore anyway."
"The appointmenT'"
"Yes, a beastly.duty, you see. You
wouldn't mind my unburdening my-
self? I'm just in town for a few
weeks on business, and an old school
chum made me promise I'd look up his
sister--gave me a letter and all that,
which I'm to present this afternoon. I
know her sort too well-the frothy,
gushy kind. Old Bob's the right stuff,
but these girls-Lord, I'd no end rath-
er be excused. If it had only been
some one like you, now"--
"Oh, you really mustn't say it," came
a queer, Muffled voice.
Ward looked down to see a very pink
face, a parr of unaccountably roguish
eyes and a iet;uing mouth that twitch-
ed at the corn .rs
"Why miut 't I say it?" he persist-
ed. "Ihlinr i'u~ v, tiiii'ual;ity There I go
agA!u---but lai g it an-'.vxiy! Here I am
having thie Oi Lt tinmei rf my life, and
just becausen' e :; h i:1t.*l l ii t tr n.:..
met formally can't sa.\ what I think.
And, wore 11i. I've got to go pres-
ently and run ,my head straight into a
noose. ProlI.4ay find an 'at home,' and
the house full'of others just like her.
I'd not rebel at all if you were to 'take
care' of mie--that Is, if you were will-
ing. Can't we be introduced or some-
thing, whatever would be;iecessary to
make it proper?"
The pretty face had burned pinker
and pinker.
"Don't you think you're a bit hard
on a girl you've never seen?" suggest-
ed the same muffled voice.
"Don't have to see her. What's more,
don't want to. I know the sort. I tell
you. But Bob"-
"Bob who? I might know his sister."
"Bob Dalrymple. Grand old chap
too."
"I knew it!" triumphantly. "I mean
-yes, I have hard of him. And here
we are at Mrs. Walker's. You can't
think how grateful I am for the share
in your umbrella-and your very* re-
freshing frankness. Goodby."
"Oh, I say! You're going to let me
find you again, aren't you? To lose you
at once for a mere form when I've
waited all there years."
The genuine distress on his face was
too much for Phyllis' composure, and
the repressed laughter came in a gale
of merriment.


T' oe ArIstFtcrarTy nf Birth.
,hIy did th: ari;stcracy of parent.
tIge i:il bio b'ld its own? Why did it
Hie out in A'iericta and, practically
;lAekin-:, in ilI the British colonies?
;t had every advan;,'ge at the outset;
:t L.'id ;ihe Insidtre rck. It failed be-
:auns( itv-o gr .tIet laws of the universe
vere against it-first, the laws of
.rihiaetic, niJ. steconldly, the laws of
-)h:ysiloiogy. It violated the principles
)f ariihutetic tc'anse it required that
-c.lha individual or household should
::ire a distinct line t' a ancestors, and
.t v,-culd thus t' discovered in a few
.;encratioins timht here were not nearly
inllougllh ancestors to go round, leaving-
pcop]le ilu t e Iposition of Mark Twain,
\-ho declared that hte had "no parents
Lo spe:k of, only a father or mother
'r so." It wavs contrary to the laws of
,hysiology, as shown by the deteriora-
tion of one royal family ifter another
in Europe, these having cone to re-
emincl those English race horses
which hate so much blood that there
is very little horse, and it must be re-
plenished from a more plebetan stock.
--Thom s Wentworth lliggiuson in
AtlanDtic.

Her First Stage Speech.
It was at the mature age of three
that Mrs. Kendal-then Madge Robert-
son-made her first appearance on the
stage. The theater was the Maryle-
hone, in London, then under the man-
agement of her father, and the play
was "The Seven Poor Travelers." Her
,iart u as that of a blnld child, and at
the rehearsals It had betIn impressed
upon her that she must keep hter eyes
Ihut in order that the audience should
irink she could not see. "Under the
circumstances," says a writer, "it need
hardly be said that the first thing she
did on going on the stage was to open
her eyes as widely as she could. Sit-
t;i z in the front row of the pit, which
ihen corresponded to the boxes, 'Baby
:Madc' saw a favorite servant who
had been allowed to go to the theater
in order to witness her debut. For the
part the child had been provided with
new shoes. Proud of their possession
:.id w-ith supreme disregard for the
eternal fitness of things, the little girl
r slRa-!d down to the footlights and, ad-
dressing the servant, said, 'Sarah, look
it my new shoes' "


An. old 1 -''.a0n iln (in c'in finti brouigh;
w,''!o:;t Hi :b!e to a publishii.ig bousr-.
,xpainin;: thIlat it had b;ct! in l r fait)
y "' ye. rs. Sh'i o'skled ti e published
o i:ii ilI.-r i new one jlst like It, addti
i;i-' iit S w!:" WhS H'eu 'g ig.i ig to lar'k,(l
,d wu O i' Siop) f'jr tlii(' nC.e ible on
r.'"- \ a ty hito!'. wind!liun up with h
O-uery ts to how miucih it would be.


Ladj (who isa on a visit 10 her native
tov,- i--low is Mrs. (ibb?' I haIven't
.een her in a loun tli,. H[ostss-She
is having her usual upS aind downs.
Lady VisiLor-And what may that be
I pray? ITostess-Oh, running up bills
and running down her neighbors.-
Tinn and Country.
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"cli the, ,ilad is att-ached keeps it in the
roiitid. and the depth of plowing is regulated
)T. y Iiftifrig tlie ha ndles. A boy or girl of ten
S yea cR an ht handle it with perfect ease. It has a
1 l a -uhi t st-cl '- ilt'l, t lie licight of which makes
I e plow light of (raft. It has five blades; 1 is
'linglli mold. 2 a shovel. 3 a sweeper weeding
i- blade, 4 a bull-toniue. 5 a rake. Wrench
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Patal Good Fortune.
There is a story told of a miner to
whom sudden good fortune brought as
sudden death. He was a man who
touched ill luck at the start and could
not get away from it. Not a grain of
gold could he find in his own claim;
his capital was exhausted; he could
not even obtain a livelihood as a la-
borer for others. n tue depths of de-
spair he went to the owners of a mine
long worked out and begged permission
to go down the shaft. It was graifted.
He went down, and 200 feet from the
surface he drove in hib pick and dis-
lodged something. He came up with
it and asked that his find might-be ex-
amined and weighed. That was done.
"Is it all mine?" he asked. It was,
they told him. "It's not the govern-
ment's?" No, It was not the govern-
ment's. "Nor anybody else's?" No,
nor anybody else's. "It all belongs
entirely and solely to me?" It did.
The nameless wanderer had found one
of the biggest nuggets unearthed. It
weighed 1O6 pounds of pure gold. They
turned to congratulate him, to find
that joy bad killed him. The story it
said to be true.

Brass Jitton Acts.
Acts were passed in the reigns of
William III., Anne and George I.
which made it illegal for any tailor
to make or any man to wear clothes
with any buttons other than those
made of brass appended thereto. The
law further enacted that not only
should any tailor who committed a
breach of it be fined 40 shillings,
but also that he should not be able to
recover from his customer in a court
of law the price of the suit which he
had ado-:'rne with 1the offending btrt-
tons. The w-hole object of the act was
to protect the Birmingham metal but-
ton makers. A case which came be-
fore the courts in the year 1854 or
1855. in which a man, on being sued
by his tailor, raised a S'iCessr~N1. tp.


tense relying on the acts In question,
that the buttons oh the clothes whfch
he had ordered were bone and not
brass, called attention to the existence
of the anachronism, and the restric-
tions were soon after abolished~-Lon-
don King.
The Caume. Not the Effect,
Little Lucy Brown, while running il
the yard one day, suddenly tripped
and fell. Her mother, being attracted
by the child's screams, rushed out, cry-
ing:
"Wthy tcy, what's the matter? Was
It an accident?"
"N'm," replied Lucy, between her
sobs, "it was a brick."-Little Chron-
icle.
Englanrd's Underfed Children.
In every big town the children of
the slums habitually go to school rm-
properly fed. Many of them are not
only improperly fed. but the food they
do get is far too little in quantity. In
the hard winter season, when the
building trt( tes are idle, many again
go to school either? with no food at all
or having only stayed their hunger in
the morning with a crust of dry bread,
In sharp, frosty weather it Is a com-
imon experience for' teacher In, the
elementary schoofs -of the pooten '- rts ,
or our great towns---I have often seen
it--to find children suddenly seized
with vomiting. This is not so much
caused by the fact that the stomach
is upset as that it has revolted against
the effect of the cold upon Its empty
condition. And not only is this state
of things true of the poorer parts of
the bip towns. I,t Is also true of many
of the agricultural villages. Let a vie-
itor to' n vtln!"" ePternentry school look
clo.eiy t i! h ,, t.-e ik-tcrn. They are in
:,:- :, , 0 ;. m y :nd palle. They
need more nourishilrg food.i A Steak-
fast of "teakettle broth," a bit of
bread and treacle and some abomina-
bly poor tea--these form the three
meals daily.-Dr. T. J. McNamara, M.
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Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity.

DR. W. G. MITCHELL, PROPRIETOR,
Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of SI. Andrews and
Surrounding Country.
May hbe '"nl at liis r'esiolence oil IlIentIII* Vista avenue at night.


R A K ET S TO RE

AN I) CITY RESTA URANT!
Corner of Bayview and Wyomine Avenues on Bay Front.

Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
What you can't find at any other Store, come to the R A C K ET
S T 0 R E and gt.

Hot Meals at All Hours of the Day.
mi11 ., ::i!. Cup of Coffee, 5 Cts. C('up of Tea, 5 Cts.,,iiiliiiiiluI

Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties

I. G()DARID, Proprietor.

THE COLUMBIA GARDEN PLON


HE8BINE
Will overcome iudiaestion and dyspep-
sia: repnulate the bowels, and cure liver
and kidney comnclAints. It is the.best
blood enricher and ini igorator in the
world. It is purple \ii, p' r,.,lvly
harniili -, .nd -hou t 1 .. :I -iitf r.-'
fromn disease, you will, se it if you are
wise.
I. N. Andrews: editor and mnar. Co-
coa and RockledgNe Yews, Cocoa, Fla..
writes: "I have used your Herbine in
my Ifanily, and I find it a most excellent
medicine. Tts effects upon myself have
been a marked benefit. I rec(om : 'l ;
unhesitotingly." 50c. Sold at the-Trad-
Ing Post, St. Andrew, Fla.

For Sale!
We offer for sale a strip from the
south side of the north half of the
northwest quarter of section 10, town-'
ship 4 south, range 14 west, running
from the school house to Watson bayou
adjoining Millville on the south. Will be
sold in acre, quarter, or half-acre lots
The price asked will be according t,
location. W. A. EMMONS & CO




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THE GUARANTEED


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THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
BeWARE OF IMITATIONS.
THE GENUINE PREPARED ONLY BY
Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
Tr, xOUIS, MO.
Sold at the Trilting Post. St. Andrew.


I FRENCH FEMALE
MaUlM M P L L S.
A Brul CaiTe fn d oL1rI fo ma
EVIR KNOWN TO FAIL. a ,r! io dy t-e l .ti-
n Guaranteed or Money Refundo.l. 5nent prepaid
for $t1.00 per box. Will sOnd them otn O tril, to h1 pidl for
when relieved. Samplerr Free. Ifyour druggist does not
have them send your orders to the
UNITD MEDICAL CO., sox 74, LANcASrTE PA.

Sold at St. Andrews Bay, Fla., at
DR. MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE.

-A cur9 Waranet if vTrox uca
SPILUDY' Ssupposilory
PILE
D. M tt. Thompson, Su)pt.
Graded Sohools, tatesville, N. C., writes: "I can say
they do all you claim far th-m." or. S. M e. avore,
Raven lock, W. Va., writes: They give universal 1,t-
faction." Dr. H. D. McGill, Cl&rkebnrg, Tenn., writ:
SIn a pruotio of 23 years, I have found no remedy to
equal your." Pat Ct, 50,C lpr.. Sauples Free. Solid
by Drugglt. MARTIN RUDY, LANCASTER, PA..

Sold at St. Andrews Bay, Fla
At Dr. Mitchell's Drug Store.
ITCall for free samutle.


K LL T G COU 0H
A!' CURE THE LW.10

WITH 4



ONSUMiPTION PrBce
FOR IOUGHS and 50c &$1.00
Surest and Q,uickest Cure for all
THROAT and LUNG TROUB-
LES, or -IONEY BACK..




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