Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00211
 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: June 1, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00073857
Volume ID: VID00211
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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U. S. Senator-1st district, S. R. Mal-
lory, Pensacola; 2d District, J. P.
T'It i.I tt'. Jacksonville.
Repres'entatives-1St Districtb, S. M.
Sparkman. Tampa; 2d District,
Frank Clark, Lake City; 3d District,
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
Land Ortice--Register, W. G. Robln-
soni; Receiver, LI. S. Chubb, Gaines-
State-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-
Washington County-Representative,
W. A. Bryan, Chipley; County Judge,
:-> -- ,1. .R. We-lI-, Clerk of Cniurt, Ctounty
Clerk-. Recor'.lcr of Deeds, W. C.
I.., ;- : lieriff. C. G. Alien, Ver-
Sit:', C. H. Dauford; Tax
C ,i.' Jno. R. Thompson. St.
Andrew; Treasurer, Louis H. Howell,
Ve.rionl; i., Assessor, J. W. Bowen,
Duncanr; County Superintendent, B.
if, Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Collins, Vernon; County Commis-
sioners, B. F. Swindle, Vernon; A.
L. Harrill, Chipley; J. M. Porter,
Econfina; J. H. Wesley, Point Wash-
ington; Elton Singleton, Nixon.
St. Andrews-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.
Millville-Postmaster, Henry Bovis;
Constable, J. H. Daffin,
parker-Postmaster and Notery Publl*,
W. ff. Parl~ker.
Callaway -Potmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
Saunders-Postmaster, R Peters.
Allanton-Postmaster, Andrew Allan,
Auderson-Postmaster, S. W. Ander-
West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
Murfee-Postmaster, James M. Murfee.
.Gay--Postmistpess, Mrs. R. Gay.
Tompkins- Postmaster, Emery Tomp-
B.5 lhei1- -Postmaster, 0. C. Tompkins.
Cook--'ostmaster, J. J. Fowler.
W etappo-Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.

Calhoun County Cromanton-Postmas-
ter Frank W.. Hoskins.
Farmadale-Postmaster, W. F. Wood-
The iort.I':- mails, via, Anderson,
Gay. Bay Head'and Chipley departs
every day except t Sunday at 3:00
no','-l a. im., arrives ev\i'y day ex-
tc-, I Suiil;iy at 7:15 p. m.
I:. ma 1il f,,r Harrison, Miliville,
--- .',tlli tll ',irkl,'' PIttsburg, Cook,
Farmdale aid1 Wetappo leaves St.
%A ,1l1',\\-% 1- e ll morning except Suu-
,Iinv ;tl 5::;I) o.'l. i'l:, ar'ii es,, coin iug
west at c ock p. nm.
Baptist-Ciaurch Wyoming ave. front-
iug Park St. Services at 11 a. m. and
7;:: p. m. Sunday School every Sun'
jay it 10 a. m. Rev. C. L. Joyner,
pastor. .
11,-tuodist Episcopal-Church Wasn-
ington eve. and Chestnut st Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday.
Itev. J. M. Conway, paru or.
2resbyteriani-Church corner Ilorain"
Ave. and Drake St, Rev. O. C. Do-
phy, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. every Sunday, lohn Stur-
rock, Supt.
Catholic-Church corner WyoIming
A ve. and Foster St.

Parker Lodge No. 142
& & A.-.M.-
Regular (Joun m-
/./'?\ cat'on s on the first
an'. ,d thllrd Saturlday
in each month.
.Visitintg Brothers
-W. H. PARKER, W. M.
W. A. EMmONs.Secretarv


Deputy Cir.'qiri C' (:rt Clerk and Notary
Vr:',f ':,:. the S~- ;t,:, at Lnrge; has
iIri-d:tCio u to 'n1 iuiL sterr oaths tiake
ctfidavits, legalize ackno'wledg-
metts, etc., anywhere in Florida.
Special attention given ito hlad con-
reyances ;,i'. : l.marrige ceremony per-
f:.r'i i.1 for lawfully qualified parties.
.nli.. ai; r ,. Buoy Office, St. Audrews

Attorney at Law,
Vernon, Fl.
Notary 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-
tentiojt-, *------
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.

Homoeopathic Physician and Accou-
cheur. Office Pionieer Drug Store,

Notary Public for the State of Flor-
Ida at Large. Office at Parker, Fla.
Couveya. vin1; and payment of taxes
for non-residents, specialties.
As He -Saw It.
Miss Riche-I lost my heart last
night, pa. I accepted Mr. Poore. Mr.
I" lhI--H'm! You didn't lose your
heart-you must have lost your head!

Wanted a Change.
She--Why did that brilliant woman
marry such a stupid man? He-Be-
cause her first husband was a genius.
-Detroit Free Press.

In and Out.
"I notice you never wear a watch
with your evening clothes."
"No. I never have both out at the
same time."-Cornell Widow.

One Dollar a Year in Advance.

Entered Sept 3. 19(2, at St. Andrew,
Fla., as second class matter, under
Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.


Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
month. Position and extraordinary
condition rates subject to special
"Local Drift," 5e per line, first inser-
tion; 2 c each subseqic ent. Displhty
locals do uble above rates.

Ifll Iis p;iragrapn i chccl:cd*Avith a
blue pv'.ncil it is a reminder that your
subscription has c\pired and that two
or three extra numbers will be sent
you that no break may occur should
you choose to renew.

'.fr OF TH C -'

Branch President-Mrs. W. A. Emmons.

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

"Have you had a kindness shown?
Pass it on;
'Twas not given for you alone,
Pas it on;
Let it travel down the years,.
Let t wipe another's tears,
Till in h,..'; _n the eed appears,
Pass it on."

Mt! iio-G-.,-0,.1 Cheer.
(', State color-)Deep Orange.

Son r---".',S' t',..'r Sunshine. "

Old yesterday is with the dead,
Tomorrow with the yet unborn;
Today is all that lives and breathes
Of glanour and of promise shorn.

"I was" is but a dotaid's sigh,
"I will be" is a dream at best,
"I am"r alone is plain to view-
"I am" is maDnood's vital test.

The sun of yesterday is set, '
Tomorrow's sun may never rise,
The sun today alone is yours,
And every moment westward flies.

The day that was is now no more.
The day to be has never been.
Today's the crisis of your life,
And on it shall you lose or win.
-Edwin L. Sabin, in N. Y. Tribune.

Happiness is mnot depeuenet on out-
ward circumstances, but on the atti-
tude of the mind, That happiness
was the destiny of mankind was prov-
en by the fact that the things which
make us happy are the simplest and
holiest things, such as love requited
and duty done. We cannot attain
happiness so long as we are iudiffor-
ent to the happiness of others. Whlien
selfish people want to be pleasant and
asieeable they find they cannot do it,
Lecauiie they haveI' ever formed the
habit uf doing things bbiply to lease
others. Mariiage ought to be the
most perfect state of life, and yet
when colonists aik for wives a thous-
and Benedicts reply, "'Take ours!'
People would be happier if their
homes were less pretentious and more
comfortable. Idle women and over-
worted hen make many a household
unulappy. People who would be happy
must cultivate regular habits of \, o k
and play. We miss many of the little
things In life that make up the sum
of happiness by our anxiety to arrive
prematurely at great things. In the
quest of happiness we cannot do bet-
ter than put in practice the precepts
of the great Persian who said, "Tak-
ing the first srep with the good thot;
the second ste) with the good word
and the third step with the good deed,
I entered Paaradise."-F. IH.

All men of great wealth have, in
the acquiring and holding of money
exercised a wise economy, and while
the untllinking may call them mean
and stingy and close, thiiey know not
what they talk about. When Wesley
said, "Save all you can," he did no
mnueau to inculcate stinginess. The

road Io gieat wealtli is not tlihrough
meanness. I never 'Jknew a man of
cnoilmous weallth-a man of many
millions-who was in a;iy way small,
close, mean or stingy. Of neccssity
they a'e broad-gaugod, liberal men.
No small mind can create a great for-
tune like Mr. Rnliefellet's--estinlat-
ed at' ovei fuur hundred millions of

Thou Hope, man's staff, with thee and
thee alone
He sets his face to.xard the o-reat Un-
Not wea'y feet no4 rouggh.aud dadRgot--
0is way
Nor aurht beside prevails on him to
Has he, in groping, missed the kindly
Seton the hill to guide his steps aright,
Or has he wandered on into the shade
By rocky dell or gloomy woodland
Though these beset him, still sufficient
Is there so long as thou art at his side.
Ah, Hope, fond Hope, man's tried and
truest friend,
His guide through life, his haven at its
On thee I lean secure where'er I be-
We pity those who journey not with
thee. -Floyd D Raze.

Work hard and work persistently
and save all you can without being
stingy or mean, and you will be
building your fortune on a solid
basis. The way to wealth is as plain
as the way to market. It depends on
two words, industry and frugality;
that is, waste neither time nor mon-
ey, but mAike the best use of both. If
you would be wealthy think of sav-
ing as well as of getting. A man
may, if he knows not how to save as
lie gets, keep "his nose all his life on
the grindstone," and die not worth a
penny at last.

r A

"Thursday is the girl's day out. Th,

I Coporryht, 1004c, by Ethea otel Ba eon

"A r'oi'an.*t.'' Philadelphian on revisit-
aIg earth would know at once whether
r not it vasbc Thrsday."
"My dearu"'
"Thursday is the girl's day out. Thv
est anre merely interludes."
"I am sorry, Cecilin, that-the other's
are gone and there is no one else tc
make t:eJ cake."
'Ceci'i regretfully returned her hat t.
its box.
"You are not to blame. It's having
so many daughters'"-
"Unmarried," sighed CMrs. Canrton
"I must go with Angela to the tailor's.
It's providential, Laurence bringing his
friend, inid I Lope that Angela or Mal
"Or Helen, Grace or Muriel may Im
personate Jonah's whale and swal
"Cecilia, you are vulgar."
It is a trial to be a widow with ar
only -son, but an only son plus sih
daughters represents martyrdom. A
choice in matrimony adds zest to court-
ship, but too great a surplus destroys
the market. Laurence Carlton, at col-
lege, laughed at his mother's anxiety.
but cheerfully offered to bring his chum
lhome for thle vacation and give the girls
a chance.
"It only needs one to set the exam-
ple," Mrs. Carlton explained to Ce-
cilia, who admitted that Angela must
he sacrificed in order that her wiseteri
"*g.-t the habit." But to her bro.dier shelf
wrote, "It is a crime to abuse 'riend-
The proposed visit was now at hand.
"Muriel and I must lay low. The
full strength of our family girlhood is
so overflowing," said Cecllia, fastening
a loose sleeved apron over her gown.
"Now, little Mother General, you may
attend to the dress parade, while I will

bring up the rear with the rations."
After Mrs. Carlton and Angela had
departed Ceciliaudescended to the kitch-
en. She selected her pans and washed
the currants, sliced the citron ready for
chopping and sifted the flour, a mis-
chievous rhyme tripping over her
"'Will you walk into my parlor?'
said the spider to the fly"-
The door gong rang sharply. Cecilia
dusted her hand free from the flour and'
went through the dining room and the
'long hail to the door. There she en-
countered an athletic young man bear-
ing a dress suit case with an air of
having arrived at his destination.
"Mrs. Carlton at home?" he inquired.
"No. If you are a book agent let me
tell you books are not our crying need
just at present." And the dimple
laughed in Cecilia's cheek.
"I'm not a necessity and to such a
household certainly no flxury, yet I am
expected. Sounds like a riddle, doesn't
it? ,Carleton telegraphed me that he
could not get here until tomorrow, but
that I was expected."
"We understood you were coming to-
gether, but you are none the less wel-
come," she added graciously. "That is
the parlor"-
"It's the nretties.t little parlor thatt

revr you did spy," huinmed 'CV to
herself. Then aloud: "Perha R you
ihave uot re;il all the magazines. They
"ianu') Ile long."
-l..ung?' The "- O
"Tl'e fiLiuly," answered the y gest
t-. ig ly.
"13.It you"- Ceclian sudden 6dal4-
.zedl lher ialon nnd the flour fei;
.1 :..'.-;..- I *;r, ir of the situn tidti 'Oh.
i ;'n 1' ikin:r e-al:e-I-I am the gi]you
, Ailt;ce ;'i'ac-edl tihe dignity, an. er.e
.'as tIn oi'l twitching about the l'tg
'e;'o .'s mon h. b.
"I am awfully glad'. I though ybut
iight Lbe on'e of the daughter u--
.'m1 onl th; \n!t et"- -
"('': e:loullis"- L
"S... you see we e n be f .ludni
1-.ll. .1ft;- I wat .;lii s:; in1171 do l fily. "Y'ou
miay' sit II the >l;nu g roo.--if you il-
"I do"-
Cecilia after providing hnm ivith a
papior dis'!i pce:orel through the swing
ing door into the kitchen. lie sat aloiie
'or a few minutes, then gently swung
the door open. "It's qu:te chilly in
here," he explained. Cecilia was i e'lt-
ing eggs, the sunlight tinped her huir
with gold. Hle sank into a chair, watch.
ing her.
"Do you like cake?" she demanded.
"I adore sweet things." The look.
half smiling, wholly aJmiring. se-ut the
color tingling to the-girl's chlek, hut
she only whipped the eggs the hard.er.
"That looks easy. I'd like to try," he
said tentatively.
"Froth appeals to you. 1 knew It
"Come, now, you know the saying
about 'idle hands.' You had bietr put
me to work," he insisted. Sho laIhed.
but intrusted dim with the chliplng
bowl, and he went to work spnA-
modically upon the citron, C'eclia hav-
ing first tied an apron about his wst.
"You make an Ideal chef," she In-
formed him, "if you only had a cap."
"I wouldn't want to hide your 'Iurl."
His tone was aggrieved.
"When may we expect your master?"
"My master? Oh-oh, yes-Ashton!
He'll be along about supper time, I
"Tell me about him and why does he
have a valet. It's rather silly for a
"Not at all," he assured her airily.
"It's very useful-sometimes."
"I've heard he is handsome, rich and
a great catch."
The valet was manifestly embtrrass-
ed for his 'n:ister. "Tor sheu!dn't be
i:nve nil yo i I.e.r. .N'o F nud .rstansd
tlat Laurence-oh, yes, I call him so
just to nlyself-has sisters't"
"Heaps. Five, and-one more.) ac
knowledged Cecilia as she commuinced
m;:xigg tl-e cake.
"','Wht is 'one more' like?" he .l ked
v'ith interact.
"TJ-e youngest and the w,:.:'.t she
conf'tssed, s-,pis:i:-; n: the e;;gs i'cr icss
ly. 'he valet retreated to a 3.fv: dlis
"it looks an awful mess. l.- that, the
way they take wedding cl;e'."
"Wedding cake! What bas tlht tc
do with the subject?"
"Nothing. It just came into my
"Then put it out. Poor men cannot
afford extravagan5e,.gnd weddling cake
Is a never ending expense. Mr As1-
ton should hear you."
"I am following his example. I.3Iow
he is going to make desperate I} to
one of the daughters."
Cecilia tested the oven. It m.ut have
been .hot, for her checks were rd as
she returned to the talhe.
"He is not scared by numbers?" she
asked, with discreetly lowercl eyes.
"No, because he concentrate. IHe
will see only one." Cecilla was silent.
It' was quite a trick, turning the Inix-
ture into the pan. She went to the
dresser for a larger spoon. -Her gie.al
began digging at the cake. "'Do''t!
You will spoil it!" she warned him.
"Sometimes there is a prize in La'ke.
How jolly if there is in this!"
Cecilia smiled loftily. "They put them
in for children."
"And for wedding cake. Now. let me
hoist this particularly wonderful dough
into the oven."
"To be light is all I ask of It." said
Cecllia, opening the oven for him.
"Light means illumination, so I hope
your slice may show you a thing or
Before Cecilia could answer the bell
sounded. She closed the stove with a
bang. A sleeping conscience awoke.
They had all agreed that Angela was
to have first chance.
"You should have remained in the

parlor," she protested.
"It would have been safer," he ad-
mitted. Then they both laughed like
two conspirators. The bell rang again.
Still laughing, they sped through the
house, he to the magazines, she to ad-
mit her mother and Angela.
S"Mr. Ashton has arrived, and the
cake is in the oven."
"I am still hungry," said Cecilia, eye-
ing the last portion of cake. The rest
of the family had retired to dress for
the theater. Only Cecilia and Ashton
remained at the table.
"Eat it!" suggested Ashton, pu~g
the dish temptingly toward her.
"Consider the fate concealed I e
last bit"- she hesitated.
"Sharing it may break the penal."
So recklessly they took the cake be-
tween them and broke It. There fell
almost into Cecilia's lap a golden ring!
"A prophesy I" cried Ashton. "I knew
it was a wedding cake."
Cecilia, all dimples and embarrass-
ment, at length found voice:
"I think the valet was overbold"--
"It was to help his master. Remem-
ber, that's his business, lie knows I
am.lonely and shall soon need"--
"A cook."
"Something more, a little girl to 1.we
and be loved. The Germmais call hter
-aus frau."

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By Alar-tba

L-) ---c-w
Marge:wy's eyes dauced wickedly; she
snutffel battle afar. Miss Catherwood,
waddling majestically from booth to
booth at St. Barnaba's fair, had stop-
ped short at sight of her, setting her
nose at least an inch higher and sniff-
ing audibly. Since they were fellow
church workers it would not do to say
Miss Catherwood hated Margery, but
even since young Warwick had fallen
under Margery's spell the elder lady
had shown herself spiteful beyond
All Eppington laughed at her, of
course covertly. She was in g way its
great lady, owning the biggest house,
the handsomest grounds and nearly the
biggest bank account in the village.
Young Warwick's uncle, the major,
had a thought more ready money, but
since he lived modestly, never subscrib-
ed to Hnything in public and gave away
by stealth more than half his income
he was no such personage as Miss
Cathieowood, whose joy in life was to
write her n:uam in f:cont of a go~li
-Tn')La'i I at ite hea.i and fi.nretront
of every important list.
Margery said audaciously that it was
Miss Catherwood's habit to let both
hands know all that even her little fin-
ger did. Possibly it was that speech,
with the necessary accretions from
mouth to mouth, which first made Ep-
rliigton's Lady Bountiful so high and
haughty toward its prettiest girl.
Margery Lane was easily that and
much more. There was a sweet soul
at the bottom of her velvet eyes, wit
and spirit a-plenty under her mop of
floss silk curls. All the finest young
fellows of the village were her chums
and sworn champions, even to the two
or three who had tried to be something
more. Margery's compelling gayety
shed sentiment as a duck's wing sheds
water. Thus she had laughed her would
be swains out of sighing into a con-
sciousness of what she persisted in
calling their mistakes. When she had
fully persuaded them to take her own
sane view she sent them rejoicing on
the way to court and marry other girls.
Thus in her own way she was easily
as much a power as Miss Catherwood.
Otherwise she would not have been
what she was at the fair. Miss Cather-
wood was the fair's moving spirit. If
she had dared she would have ignored
Margery. Since she did not dare, she
wisely resolved to make the utmost
possible out of her enemy. Conse-
quently Margery had the stall which
dispensed impartially candy, cut flow-
ers and literature. The girl's chums
had behaved nobly in the matter of
buying, to say nothing of her lovers,
actual, possible and impossible. Ma-
jor Warwick put himself at the head
of the impossible, vowing things were
at a pretty pass, Indeed, when the girl
he had brought up specially for himself
was whisked away from him all In a
wink by his scapegrace of a nephew.
Melville Warwick, the nephew, had
been Miss Catherwood's protege since
he was in short frocks--this In spite
of his own smoldering rebellion. His
mother, a gentle half invalid, was de-
voted to Pamela Catherwood, and Mel-
ville never willfully crossed his moth-
er in anything. He had worn Cather-
wood leading strings with what grace
he might up to the day he was sent
away to college. "When he came back
from it to find tomboy Margery a crea-
ture of infinite and tricky charm,
withal the one woman in the world for
him, he let it be seen he meant hence-
forth to have his own way. Within a
fortnight he had courted Margery open-
ly, getting a nay-say, of course, but
equally, of course, whistling it down
the wind-
"I'll give you time to find out your
own mind," he had said. "It may take
two years, but what is that beside liv-
ing a whole life without you?"
Now he leaned upon the flower coun-
ter so ostentatiously rapt in the choice
of a rose that Miss Catherwood had to
speak twice before he answered.
"What is It, Armt Pam? You want a
rose? Let me beg you choose instead
some of those choice chrysanthemums.
You see, everybody wants roses, and
all the flowers ought to go. The chrys-
anthemums swamp any woman less
majestic than yourself. A dozen of the
biggest and hairiest, please, Miss Lane.
Change? Outrageous! Whoever heard
of change at a fair?"
"I don't want flowers. Keep your
money. or, If you .needs must eqrend. it

corme-t6 some of 'tfe senisible tables,"
Miss Catherwood said with what she
meant for a withering glance at Mar-
gery, who smiled amiably.
"Do take him away, dear Miss Cath-
erwood !" she murmured. "I have done
my best to get rid of him this last hour.
If he stays longer all the rest will bate
me. You are an angel to deliver me
from such a dreadful fate."
"You mean I am an angel. Angels are
nll masculine. I leave It to the highest
.authorities If that Is not true." Melville
sanl, standing stock still, his folded
arms propped upon the flower table.
Margery looked at him reproachfully.
-'You are blocking the way of trade,"
she said. "I have somewhat of con-
4icieune, howsoever you may be lacking
j.1. lowv" pjegtq be

for poor folks. Are you willing to pay
in a Ivance fur all I don't sell?"
"'Willng enough-more than willing!"
Melville retorted. "Only show me how.
I've been here three hours. Well, after
this I can give pointers to the poor
man who fell among thieves"-
"Melville! For shame! What shock-
ing irreverence! Utll I am not alto-
gether astonished," Miss Catherwood
interrupted, raising her eyes to the
ceiling. "Now, If you please, we will
be going. Miss Lane, sell my chrysan-
theniums over again-and don't forget
to add what they fetch to the amount
of my original donation."
"Unless you buy them yourself, no-
body will," Margery said, with a smile
of Infantine malled. "They are so big
and dull and bricky red everybody has
sniffed at them. Indeed, Mr. Satmtre
told me when he fetched them in, 'Pa-
mela Catherwood is your one chance
for these.'"
"Indeed!" Miss Catherwood was so
near apoplexy she could not get beyond
the word. "I'll give oyq a dollar apiece
for them," she said, "adtd you can send
them straight to the Home of the
Homeless." Then, with a hissing shriek:
"Girl, where is my purse? I had it a
moment back-and laid it right there
under your hand!"
"Yes, I saw it," Margery said, hur-
riedly turning about masses of blos-
somy green. Miss Catherwood watch-
ed her suspiciously, crying jerkily all
the whole: "My purse! Gold mrunted,
the clasp set with diamonds, and a
hundred dollars' What have you done
with it?"
"Hush!" young Warwick said imper-
atively, making to lead her away. Peo-
ple were gathering, staring, listening,
craning necks, to see all about,.
inr'-rIr lot fall har hatnr faoine

quietly, "It Is not here."
The words took away Miss Cather-
wood's last vestige of composure. With
a plunging lurch she overset the flower
table, clutched Margery by both shoul-
ders and shook her hard, hissing out:
"You! You little bold faced thief!"
Stunned silence for a breath; then
babel broke loose. Suddenly some
one cried. "Miss Catherwood, there's
your purse tingled up in the lace and
jet on your hanging sleeve!"
Miss Catherwood raised a massy arm.
There, true enough, the bauble gleam-
ed. With one gasping look at Mar-
ge-r's set, white face, she fell all in a
moaning heap at the feet of the girl
she had accused, in her fall jarring
down a big lantern and overturning It
amid the rubbishy decorations.
Instantly there *was a threatening
flare. The flames ran leaping venge-
fully toward the groveling woman. If
she breathed them once she was lost.
Margery stood over her, her slight fig-
ure outlined against a heavy rich hued
rug. Before another hand could be
raised ier arms went up, she tore the
rug loose and, holding it banner-wise
around and above her, dropped and
smothered with it the flare at her feet.
An hour later )r. Archer was saying
as-he patted Margery's burned fingers:
"Little girl, it was a heap more than a
life for a life. You thought only of
your enemy, but you saved your friends
as well. If the fire had gained head-
way every home in Epplngton might
be In mourning.'
"I'm not trying to pay you, Margery
-money cannot do that," Miss Cather-
wood supplemented from the depths of
her easy chair. "But you shall be my
heiress to prove you truly forgive me,
and you shall marry Melville Warwick
to show riches make no difference in
a true woman's love."

Wonderful wroonloa.
A curious effect of the wear and
tear to which the earth's crust Is ever
being subjected is exhibited in the sin-
gularly capped pinnacles existing on
South river, in the Wasatch moun-
tains, in Utah. There are hundreds of
these slender pillars, ranging in height
from 40 to 400 feet, most of them
crowned by large caps of stones. They
are not works of human art, as might
be imagined, but are the memorial
monuments of the hill from which they
have been cut by the action of air
and water. Those pinnacles alone re-
main of many square miles of solid
rocks, which have been washed away
to a depth of some 400 feet. The
greater hardness of the surface has
caused it to resist corrosion more than
the underlying rock, thus leaving huge
caps -of stone perched high in air on
the points of their columns. One dou-
ble column, capped by a single stone,
forms a natural bridge both unique
and picturesque.

so Much For Mammtr.
Papa-I hear you were a bad girl to-
day and had to be whipped. Small
Daughter-Mamma is awful strict. If
I'd 'a' known she used to be a school-
teacher I'd 'a' told you not to marry

Occult Po*er6.-
Miss VWtherspoon-Do' you believe,
Mr. Jimsby, that there is In us a sixth
sense as yet undeveloped-perhaps nev-
er to be developed? Jinisby-Yes,
ma'am; horse sense.

n:itired nnd I.oet.
An Engll-'h urn.':,;:i:n was once pres-
ent at a chiiir-;i -' \ ice while a col!ec-
tion was annotuin'. ,1 for soe'e charitable
Trle Pl:te l.';lan to go rounrl, and the
dll.-e c:iefuilly )put h11 ha;(d Into his
Iloekt't and took out a florin, wlhi.:h ie
laid o'n tbo edge of the pew desk lre-
fori hlim ready to be transferred to the
Blesi,le h!m s.t a little snob, who,
uotL ing this artlon, linltated It by os-
tetr.r:inm'ly l.ying a sovereign along-
-i.'.' the ..u:'l i!.:hn.
S'i hi~ was too) mucb for his grnee, wb
dii'ed t .s l' uad Into his: pockke again
,nii.l lullel oat another florip, which he
!r.id b.. tihe side of th>"flrst. The lit-
,;* .n ?l* *t'W^^y.^ ^.)jg anoth


Those who are gal nn, flesh
and streongth by regular treat-
ment with
Scott's Emulsion
sho uld continue the treatment
In hot weather; smaller dose
anda little cool milk with It Wtll
do away with any objection
which Is attached to fatty pro-
ducts during the heated
SCOTT & BOWNE, Cliemists,
409-415 Pearl Street, New York.
Soc. and z.oo; all druggists.
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i. v !i:-.lh ,-;s onupi.edl by a third over.
c!g.a ,'u the part of the little nmob. Out
edr-w a fourth florin to swell the duke'd
dc.'atih:. and then the little snob tri-
umphantly laid three sovereigns at
once upon the board.
The duke, not to be beaten, produced
three florins.
Just at that moment the plate ar-
rived. The little snob took up his
handful of sovereigns and ostentatious-
ly rattled them into the plate. The
duke, with a grim smile, put one. florin
into the plate and quietly swept the re-
maining six back into his pocket.-Lon
don -Globe..

Dilraeli and Carlyle.
No incident in Disraeli's career ia
more pleasant than hLs offer of a pen-
sion and a G. C. 11. to Carlyle. A
friend of Sir William Fraser walked
with Carlyle for two hours on the day
on which Disraeli's letter arrived, Car-
ly!e described the letter belhf brought
to him by a treasury messenger, the
large black seal, his wonder as to what
the official envelope could contain and
his great surprise on reading the offer?
conveyed in language of consunmnate
tact and delicacy. Carlyle said: "Tho
letter of Disraeli was flattering, gt!W
eroas and magnanimous; if1 tn'erlookl
ing all that I have said and done
against him was great."
He added: "The accurate perception
of merit in others is one of the highest
characteristics of a fine intellect. I
should not have given Disraeli credit
for possessing It had it not been
brought home so directly to me." 1
repeated the words "generous" and
"magnaulmus" several times. Disrae-
It's letter, by the way, though It entire-
ly deserves the praises..ahaove yauoed
for Its tact and delicacy, is by no
means Impeachable In grammar, for It
contains within a dozen lines two In-
stances of the hanging."and which,"

The Ideal Saddle Horse.
The Ideal saddle horse is from fli
teen to sixteen hands high, short back-
ed and well coupled. It has thin, high
withers, a long, well arched neck and
a long, keen ear well set on the head.
The tall should be set high on the
rump, and the rump itself should be
somewhat sloping.' The horse should
have besides flat, sinewy bones in Its
legs and a medium sized foot.-Coun'
try Life In Americt.

Growing Aches and Pains.
Mrs. Josie Sumner, Bremond, Texas.
writes, April 15, 1902: "I ifave used
Ballard's Snow Liniment in my family
for three years. I would not be without
it in the house. I have used it on my lit-
tle girl for growing aches and pains and
aches in her knees. It cured her right
away. I have also used .it for frost-bit-
ten feet with good success. It is the"
best liniment I ever used," 25c, 500
and $1.00. Sold at the Trading Post, St'
Andrew, Fla,
The Mosale-Floorlng of the nDeert.
The northern portion of the Colorado
desert is paved with the most wonder,
ful pebbles in the world, in many parti
so exquisitely laid as to defy success-
ful imitation by the most skilled worker
!u mosaic flooring. These pebbles are'
made of porphyry, agates, carnelian,
quartz, crystals, garnets, chrysolite
and other suchli bIertiful rm'.itPri:l.is
They are pnel:el t- .-th.l-r s-' that the'
surface compo-'ed of the'li iri like a.
floor, and they lolo a' if prol'-ed intm>
it with a roi'r-r. r- :i t!.i." n:-?,
of ncrirly unm!rf''rn r'.. r.-.1 .'wh one 19-
^ l; iK.4 hr ''" *-.t(.r If ,"'-'*. :i ',l r lb-
led. M.o-t of 1i' i r c i:n'"' t 'ii'rs, .
and the refltt ci on r' .1 1, 1.- l. i' l11fe'
nun's 1. y: is g,,. : e'*r's. li-on d 1 ( 1 r'p
tion. E:I:'.h convex surf e gye ." q' bce:
a ray of light, anwl the g:';nimd fo'"
miles sems ns is f literally paved with
gapmR. Thus the w'hIoe r:'urface of ithl''
plain is a combini::tioi of miy;rial:s; of
-eflectors, eni" pchble brin: so' hl'.,;'
>oli:.he:l that it is I:i:k a mlirr'or. tnI.l it
's believed that t'ie lok,"( of t':k (e'1;crt*
ni':goe arle pIl",''"1' byl tlmi:; 1l:O'ns,,
Fhe pe'b:les air pr".l:1.::1 liy I1'" I1flr):
:and which is bl-vln hb;t':er and thi'.ior,

A' ild' ChOniir.
"Yes," said the cheerful idiot. "thertf
is one racial chlasm that poltecless can-*
not bridge."
"W'hat. for in-tance?" na .(' Ithe tired:
citizen In the hope thl"t t:.t- i.:it was'
threatened with a lucid it'*.-'---..t
"S ieasnur,"' r'':' ,.' t ,- ':'-.r:',i 'lot;I
aut hiug g'.:ouls':ly.- -Ii. i , Am..h-r.

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b, I is -ANDREW, FLA,

'L J I -l~~i. sr_


NoTI.-It musl he remeinlmered that the
wind is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
possille tu make schedule tinieit must ho
0 barged otlie elements; they do the best
Ihey can.

The government buoy Lenuor Man-
gruvo came into the Bay Monday
evening and lay at anchor in front of
St. Andrew until Tuesday afternoon
The hrlir. Cleop4tra sailed for
Pensacola last 'TI'nrbday afternouln.
lHer ietnrn is not yet iit evidence.
The str. Tr'l' on ar ived front Car-
rabello and Aijalachicola at 3 o'clock
p. un. Iitl Fiiday, having previously
loaded ,at Millville for her iWertward
*ne renl le IwVst at*
11:15 a. m., yestilday.


Fitted in splcnd'd condition to take ex-
cursions or rasssiigers to any point on.
the Bay or Gulf. God cabin protection
in the event of bad weather. Terms reas-
onable. Also,
Capacity 10,0',0 feetof Lumber will Ferry
between Farmdale and Allinton. on East
Bay and will deliver freight of every de-
scription, including live stock to any
point on St. Andrews Bay. For particu-.
hirs, address W. F. WOODroRD, Farm-
dale, Fla.
Makes regular triis between St. An-
drews Bay and Pensacola. Good passen-
ger accoInnodations and Epecial atleu-
tiou paid to iaiidling andx carrying freight
at reasonable rates. For particulars ad-
dress, CA'T. S. W. A'NDERSO',
Ander-on, Fla
I,-ave St. Andrews I'ay every Tuesday
leaves TPensac:ola every Friday
weallier pe miintig). Special alter
tion will be given to receiving and
forwarding freight or nartieelivingon
a.t -anud North Buy, passengers fol
points on either arm of tlie Bay cal
depend upon securing prompt trans-
vorlnlii at reasonable rates. Foi
t rll ichei il 1 i 111ii:t ioit :ipjlv to t
*L.MI. "W.na. Agr,
- ..... .Al ll H IA I.A U qCH, --

LA U r A.
t-irries thie East lUiy. Maiil between St
Andrewis hty, Wetappo and intermedi-
ate points. Leaves St. -Andrews dailj
except Sunday) at 6:01 a. in.; arrive at
Welappo at. 14:30 p. Ill.; leave Wetappi
at 1:00 p. in.: arrives: at St. Anidrewvs at
7:30 p. in. Makes landlngs-regularly at
llarrison, Cromanton, I'arker, Pitts-
hiurg, and Farinialo. Freight :lilded at
any postoffice wharf. For passenger and
freight rates, see-rale card in tlie sev-
eral poslo(fices.
A. W Ern;T iiIi.i.. l a n age r.

A Week's V;eallierr.
1'he following table gives the lnaxi-
41111tl, Ilinlll n11111 anld mIn ar templenra-
lores, the rainfall and dircclion of the
windl, for the twenty-four hours funding
at 7 o'clock Ip ., ;isL iumlicated by U(. S.
governimnilt s.lf-registering tlherimon .
oters. Ma x: iin. Meln.l 'n. W'd.
May.. 2.1 88 66 17 .07 sw
25 88 70 79 .10 s
26 88 70 79 .0 w
27 90 70 80 .00 w
28 93 72 82 .00 w
t Q9 92 72 82 .00 sw
30 92 72 82 .00 sw
F'r week.. JO 1 70 1 801. 17

cveIral spe'lcies )1 iles p irnitus t li,r p)l(rl ucili .;oi'i .s simiiar
to that of thi g r'a';sh;ppr or amodifica-
tions of it. of a diifftiet type is that
with which the cicadda.t arie endowed.
'Ouly the males of Ibh! family are sing.-
ers, for which thie them happy because their females were
d ruilb. Wit i thi n nc 'iit. ts n efcada sit-
ting on a h;ni p w.4 the syuibl of ma.
sic. A pretty f'Iblple tells of the con-
teat between two clithara players, In
which the curious event happened that
when one of the c:utestants broke a
string a sluging el u'ada sprang on his
harp anti helped li!u out so that he
gnilned the prize.

The World of Trade.
"Yestid iv I b 'igl:t." writes a corre-
Ptjondent, "some black jet buttons, and

when I got home I found on the card,
Ttest Au ;traliiu Ma .ke.' I took a pen-
fll to write Il) t;y account book. I
founal it had 'U. S. A.' upon It. I
sharpened the point, and on the sharp-
ener wa:s 'Now York.' I got out a
match to light the Ilamp, nnd on the
hbx was 'M;de in Sweden.' I lit the
Iqtitp and found on it, 'Made in Bava-
.la,.' all. so on and so on."-London

i Positive Necessity,
Having to lay upon my bed for 14
days from a severely bruised leg, I only
found relief when I used a bot le of
Ballard'aSnow Liniment. I can cheer-
fully reecoinmend it as the best med-
iineor burns ever sent to the affictd.
It hasnow become a positive necessity
upon myself.--C. R. Byrot s, Merchant,
Dovers\villn, T.Xa.. 25c. 500, $1.00.
Sold at the Trading Post, St. Andrew,

t"'e i :a;li >t Novel.
''' tir-.,: '. th. e il .g;t Dogs" Sl the
l ,: tl', t bi-. etvt been pub-
. l -: Fori ;. .:t.- e 'c i i.,s. it is writ-
t-, n h ; ;i;n:;a;-+,. a, uo .>ue wi!l set
'''T te ; I-k of tneadilr It. It con-
tI- I': l v.ol.; se. ervial bun'lred
thi. I. 'll 't 1 "'.1 illut'roicl s (uog;, all of
v 'clih iare m-,i.' fTn'v dlly(? tno- of hly
t '. Ir ". ..* i .. i t' .il(B in.- i ;. ..'.:Ju ti tl;. : ,- i that-
me bIook tha-it would "-sI a lit-irv'"!;


-The Buoy's weather record shonvs
the hottest day of the season, thus far
-93 derrees-on Sunday, the 28th ult.
Blank Warranty Deeds, short form.
printed on good linen paper, 25c per
dozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re-
ceipts in a block. 1Oc each, at the Buoy
-Parker lodge No. l-2 1-'. & A. M. will
meet in regular communication next
Saturday at 2:00 o'clock p. m. Visiting
Masons in good standing are invited
to pa ticipate.
-For honest values in all grades of
goods suitable to the St. Andrews Bay
trade, W. H. Parker & Co.. of Parker,
Fla., challenge competition and are pre-
pared to stand by the verdict of their
-You never have and may never again
have an opportunity to get so fine a
mountain 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.
-The laxative effect of Chamber-
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets Is so
Hareeable and so natural tha you do


whose neriolsnualitles It was desired to
try. The slave consented and, prar-
chtitng *o'mtn in safety, gained his lib-
~ rt. Hard l.uik.
Henevoient Old Lady (to one of the
unemplydE1)--Poor man! WhaI t have
yo'u .onet to your hand? Unemployed
Hroke my knuckles. mum, knockin'
tit people's doors asklt' for work.

In order to love mankind we must
not expect tor much of them.--Helve-

is that the Japanese and lussiaus
met on the high seas, otf Couea and
that tlie Russian fleet was atnnihilat-
ed and mink.
lWhile the Japanese suffered con-
sildelably, tbeir lose was not yet
definitely known..
The Verdict.
Records of th ,' ancient city of Gor-
genau. fouUnd. l 1640. better known
uL the pre.-eut time as York Unrbor,
Me., contain many quaint and unluual
stories of the early life of the town.
At Otle etntranuet to York harbor a
I>old Iirouniitory kiinwn us Stage neck
extcndls Soi't distan-.e into the sea.
ru"ni which fo, umrly in stormy weath
r a teuiponary light in the form of ai
in r.un hjlstle iui>)n an upright pole
wa-; dthlnl:-.r t l- s ia waruilug to marl
no, ..
O(LC e :lik i;tor iilht a slI'p wn-
w rr-;k-.l od i.hi.- ',.k .A i vivor 0 oi
being qulet:o 'cd nal .)ut Ihe c:atr.-troplih
"T: \' vessil F tilit n ;. tiiru d ov\r on
her aide, amI the- skip ir mal aniti'i
barrel of whisky rirlled o\'erloard "
The 'iw al I"-o.) nf .r wist i ss;: inni l ,
inod tUyij,t'.ore ,-' "t startling ver c

"- ,V o thli.t :h. d'.-ct ci l fell from
Il 'e mani -tl'*-:Il Winl w:9 kiltle,. II,
rolled t( el-'r, r, l ui.d wasi drown\ edil. 11
floated ashore and froze to deaLh, atl.
thll rats eat him .up alive!"--Iarper'
IWeekly. }
Lobster Mortality High.
A lobster lays thousands of eggs
most of which hatch, but few ever lire
to grow up. This Is not the faltit o:
the mother, for she carries them about
with her for nearly a year and witi
admirable instinct guards them as sh(
does her own life. When the yoing
are set free her duty is done, for the'
must then shift for themselves. Thlogli
t hardly larger than mosquitoes, beltnu
about oe-th!rd of an inch long. ll.t
little ones leave the'r parents on rl-r
bottom and swim toward the ligh:--t>.
the silrface. where from one t..' tw
months, If fortune favors them. the3
lead a free, roving life. The open sea
is a poor nursery for such weaklings.
which become the sport of every storui
and the prey of numberless hungry
mouths. Out of a brood of 10,il00 1i
would be a rare chance fbr more than
) ne or two lobsters to reach mnnturil
or finally to end their career In the
kitchen or the chafing dish.-St. Nich-
f olas.

Sprained Ankle, tiff Neck, Lame

JUUireP1aUW t t rl Uw UrUILICuU.
For sale by L. M. Ware, St. Andrew
and Bavhead. and all medicine dealers.
--Wizard Ink 'TalRlets,Price, per
box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes tenounces splen-
didink. Economical permanent; abso-
lutely imrellible, covenient, non-coiro-
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 inap of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the
BUOY office.
-Circuit Court is now in session at
Vernon, and the conclusion isthat, the
grand jury has the big stick well poised
over the heads of violators of the law,
and it is liable to fall upon some who im-
agine that their tracks have been too
well covered to be followed.
-Rev. J. M. Conway wlil preach in
the M. E. church next Sunday morning
and evening A cordial invitation to
all is extended. Mr. Conway went to
Tompkins on North Bay in Mr. Mal-
loch's launch, Mprtle, last Tuesday af-
ternoon and is conducting a series of
meetings at that place for the rest of
this week.
-The one time of all others when la-
dies like to appear at their best is on
Ihe Fourth of July. and nothing con-
.tributes so much to their attractiveness
as correct millinery, and to gratify this
wish. Mrs. Rockstead has ordered a
Large stock especially adapted to this
Trade; which the ladies are invited to
call aid examine.
. -- .h BUO.. K,- ..g ?"' ggfoS4..t t_
call the attention oithe people of St.
Andrew to the importance of at once
Making a move toward celebrating the
SFourth of July here. We had a nice
Little celebration last year, and there is
) no good reason why we should not have
t. a better one this year. Surely we should
Shave enough of patriotism to devote at
t least one day in the year to our coun-
Stry. Let's have something new to tell
our visitors when they come down next
-When the barbed wire was strung
along the top of the fence around the
Baptist church, the people living in
that vicinity raised a protest that it was
Snot ornamental and there was no need
of it from an economicAl or protecting
standpoint. For a year or mire it has
been an eyesore to practically every one
who attended the church; but that was
not the worst-ladies passing on windy
days were liable to, and several did
have their garments caught and torn
on the offensive barbs. But the nuis-
ance no longer exists, for the trustees
of the church have been prevailed upon
and they have had it removed.
-On Wednesday of last week.- Mrs.
F. Matilda Parks, mother of Mrs. Hiram
Washburn died at, the home of her
daughter, five miles northcart of Par-
ker, at the advanced age of 85 years-
On Thursday morning, hor remains, ac-
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Wasburn,
were brought to St. Andrew and funer-
al services were conduet:d by Rev. J.
tM. :'onway in the Presbyterian church,
of which the deceased wasa devout and
causistent member. Mrs. Parks had
be,. n an invalid for many years, and for

the past year or two ha-i been failing
so perceptible that her friends and rel-
atives knew full well the end could not
be far away, and she, realizing it also.
was perfectly resigned and longed to be
wiHb ter Savior. All that a loving son
and daughter could do to contribute to
her comfort in her enfeebled condition
was freely bestowed and in their sorrow
they havoc the sympathy of all their
friends, and they are many.
crime and science.
Lord Chancellor Harwicke and Chief
Justice Raymond once advised the sov-
ereign that he could grant a pardon to
criminals under sentence of death if
they would consent to undergo medical
experiments for the benefit of science.
The advice was given in answer to a
question from the crown as to whether
criminals might be spared on their un-
dertaking to be vaccinated with sma!!l
pox virus. In France tn 177i life andt
freedom were offered to a galley slave
condemn, to die conditionally upon
his consentin.w to be thrown off a tow-
er seventy feet in height. he belng
eqtu!pped with a winged apparatus

Lemons as Medicine

Their Wonderful Effect
on the Liver, Stomach,
Bowels, Ilidneys
and Blood.
Lemons are largely used by The
Mozley Lemon Elixir Company, in
compounding theirLemon Elixir,
a peasant Lemon Laxative and
Tonic-a substitute for all Cathartic
and Liver Pills. Lemon Elixir posi-
tively cures all Biliousness, Consti-
pation, Indigestion or Dyspepsia,
Headache, Malaria, Kidney Disease,
Dizziness, Colds, Loss of Appetite,
Fevers, Chills, Blotches, Pimples,
all Impurities of the Blood, Pain in
the Chest or Back, and all other dis-
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 Elixlr
a pleasant and 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

"One rDose Convinces."

Stale Bread Bag.
A traveler says that a curious weak-
ness of grownup Moors is the love of
ecttflg newly baked bread. The ca id
of Azenmtioor; in Morocco, Ui'ic vered
that old bread was thrown away as
waste. To waste food is a serious of-
fenso In the eyes of a Moslem. The
caid of Azemmoor therefore issuedl a
bylaw prohibiting the baking of bread
upon one day in each week.-: The citl
sens, he declared, must eat-uip Ihe
bread already baked, and he fixerl
Wednesday as the "bitainb," or holl-

Are You Using Allen's Foot Ease?
Shake into your shoes Allen'. I'., -
Ease, a powdori. It cure s cor'f-., h'l-
ions, painful, smarting, hot, ,'lli,
feet. At all drggists and shock -r'tr,-r

Imprisoned In the Wind.
Butterflies may be imprisoned. and
unLiju-red in the midst of a whirlwind.
Gales in a genuine typhoon are so ter-
rIl.le that the stoutest ships can scarce-
ly hope to weather them, but there is
a spot at the very center of the storm
where something like a dead calm pre
vails. From the outer edge of the dis-
turbance, which may be 300 miles
across, the wind velocity increases toQ
ward the center until within a few
miulles of that point there comes a sud-
den lull. There the rain ceases and
the sky often clears. In this little
- -aiU area, which sailors call "the eye
uf the storm." a group of butterflies
has frequently been imprisoned, and
helir daluty, delicate forms are as safe
:n thi arlial cage as if hovering in
.uJii. nimedows, but as helpless as in
._li!cctor's bottle.

Aousands Have Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
I How To Find Out.
Fil! a bottle or common glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set-
tling indicates an
unhealthy condi-
tion of the kid-
neys; if it stains
-your linen it is
1 evidence of kid-
ney trouble: too
+ frequent desire to
pass It or pain in
-- the back -s also
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad-
der are cut of order.
SWhat to Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
ofi'e expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
RoT. the great kidney remedy fulfills every
'.'ri n curing rheumatism, pain in -the
b-i I.ade --., li.'?r, bladder and every part
of the urinary passage. It corrects inability
to hold ..'ater and scalding pain in passing
i!, cr bad effects following use of liquor,
w. [i- o- i:be--, and overcomes that unpleasant
ia.'e .:,' cf being compelled to go often
rJu n- ih day, and to get up many times
during ihe nighi. The mild and the extra-
oi-iarlri cLc'ect of Swamp-Root is soon
tea i;r.d. It stands the highest for its won-
dci ul a. cs of the most distressing cases.
If 3): L ne: ii -'medicine you should have the
be:. foi1 I'y druggists in 50c.and$l. sizes.
Y .. ,a;' have a sample bottle of this
--e. ...j! discovery
a, t.:.-:k :hat tells
-ncr- :t.' u it both senent
u:.l,, .I' fie byrmail, ~
Sir'.U L'r. Ki lmer & Home o Swamp-Root.
C-.:.. BinglimL ion, N.Y. When writing men-
ic:-n i .: iug i ini generous offer in this paper.
Don't make cny mistake, but remem-
the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil-
cr'a Snwamnlp-o't, and the address,
n fhamt-'n, N. Y., on every bottle.

The Phonograph Foreseen.
SPhonography is thus described in the
tprll number. 1632, of-the Courier Ver-
Itable. a little monthly publication in
which noel fancies were frequently
nlred: captainin Vosterloch has return-
e-I lrom' hls -voyage to the southern
lIads, whlihb he started on two years;
an.] a half ago by order of the states
ge;ac!-el. lI.- tells us, among other things,
tlint in pa-stiir through a strait below
Magellan he landed in a country'
whroe nature has furnished men with
a kind ofr sponges which hold sounds
,nIl nritl.flatious as our sponges hold
liqiuidl. SPi when they wish to dis-
fath..l i message .to a distance, they
s'c.:c.; to ,in, of the sponges, take them
up pC (lly. ain, press out tle words that
brnv Ie-L'ti .-;"jken into them and learn
ly this admirable means all tbht their
-'n, -.- pjnienut's ds ire to know."

A queer Rainbow Superstition.
The Kurds and Armenians, whose
mniy fulkl.re stories and tales of su-
pf.rstitious fancies far exceed those of
the g3ypsIes. have some rainbow be-
idefs which are perhaps not duplicated
In the popular notions of any others
among the.races of mankind. They
hoot at thP idea of its being a witness
to '3od'is ivenant with man that the
eatni l will io more undergo the ordeal
of tlo'-d and declare that it was made
for thl express purpose of letting the
fln-rt man and woman down from
bhejten. the man securely fastened to
one end of the great variegated band.
the w-omau at the other. The end of
time, according to the Kurds, will be
ushcrcd in by the appearance of four
rainbows, which will, cross at the
imIlth. furnishing eight passageways
r God and his hosts.

True ileroisnt.
lThe hero fears not'that if he withhold
i n, a\owal of a just and brave act it
will go) unwitni>ssed and unloved. One
knows It-himtself-and is pledged by
it to swetijness of peace and to noble-
uess of aim, which will prove in the
i end a better proclamation of it than
the relating of the incident.-Emerson.
.\ had Scaie.
Son day .ou will 'et a bad scare
i \lI-.n \uii fo-l ;i s ain in your bowels nd
,.va ,a-ip.a nqi, :iti-i,: Safety lies ih Dr. i
Kine'. N-vw Li .: Pills, a sure cure for
all hor- el anmtl stinach diseases, such as
hiad.lachI:,e. hilioioinr a costiveness, etc.
('-ina:. Hi'cil :at \ IH Brake's e ture ounl
T-" i i ,<.u ,

CotfeLU anil SiioltOe li Snit-.u.
"n On' wil '. '~" cb .il :tu I l ahun
la t lin 1i;n. lthe iati'. s ._--m to .-.
liiy le. They a1 fr'i:l itIly in
.j g';irti hl 'w. \'er, in tb-.ir r-'c of t j
Si and. ctifflo. Tb'-y qdrikli coiel.
t hours and a.pllireut'y e.v-!'y hi-)io
T lerk w.ho takes bhs m,',riing e:-'
ailas another at his tdesl :ia h',it
[purchased from aI sirei:-t \v-ndei
iusiess men passing tlirotigh til
s ts pause while a feilo)w who cJr-
rI hot coffee, hJt njiik, supar rind
ns harnessed upon him serves
Son the sidewalk.
he Spaniard does not smoke In his
sl1 It Is his only respite from the
ba t.-Rosary Magazine.
Huge Task.
[was a huge task to undertake the
cu of such abad case of kidney dis-
a as that of C. F. Collier ol Cherokee,
Ia but Electric Bitters did it. He
wvites: "My kidneyswere so far gone, I
coLd not sit on a chair without acush-
io and suffered from dreadjul back-
'be. headache, and depression. In
E etric Bitters' however, I found a
c and was by them restored to per-
fo health. I recommend this great
1lo0 medicliue to all with weak kid-
li ver or stomach (G uaraitteed b
Brthko:prico 50c.

Military Bounty Lnd warrants
Will pay $5.00 for telling me *who
has one whether I buy it or not.
Kansas City, Mo.

Unfurnisned Rooms
Apply at the Buoy Office.
1 If you want to get the
Biggest returns for
4f ~tfB your labor and r i
your ground,
you can't afford
to plant anything but

-the standard after 49 years'
test. They always produce
the largest and surest
crops. All dealers sell
them. Our 1905
Seed Aunuaf
free on request.


$4.00 Per Year. Single Copy, 10 Cts.
M47n. A V.2saI ST., NfZwYUaR.

Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf

-"-- A Joke on the "Prophet.'*
Some time In the thirties of thelast
century Prophet Joseph Smith, Sr., the
Mormon, and a party ,of his follower-s
were proselyUtng in MIusktlnluiin i'In-
ty. 0. He appolutiltd a c-rtairn di:t
wheu he w\oulr d ~hi.w tLe i,..,ile hi
wivin itderfl pow-)ers tnl d that Lhi was it
sonuiid (_'hrin t lb.y \-;allliilg ,_u tlhe \-,ii
tetr of Iul I cree.l. 'T;l'e \a;ier \'.i-

the ti:.i .set gr.u.]lt.jijt-T-' l,',u ) .-'
l.,' -'urt null a Cruillie 'if L'-i.;li~<, i .,:
were accidentally attracted to tin
Mornmois working at the creek uamt
concealing themselves, watched th
NIornions put down stakes and pu
planks on them from bank to bank
the plank resting about si< iuches uii
der water. After the Mormols lef.
the bays went down and took out th,
:enter plank, 'whv-r.- the water wa
ilabout ten feet deep. The next da:.
Balaam Smith came down to the cree
and, after a long exhortatiou, starite
across the creek. He was all right:
and on top till he came to the center.
where his "powers" seemed to leave
him, and he went to the bottom. Thi.
was the end of Mormonism in thai



St. Andrew, Wednesday, 8:00a. m
Millville, Wednesday,10:00 a. m
Apalachicola,, Thursday, 6:00 a. m.
Carrabelle, Thursday, 12:00 noon.
Mobile, Monday, 6:00 a. m.
St. Andrew. Friday, 2:00 a. m.
P. Millville. Friday, 4:00 a.m.
Pensacola. Friday, 11:30 p. mn.

SA.SS EJ I Ji -333.IA .TES.
Pensacola to St. Andrew and Millville, $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabelle, $7.50.
St. Andrew and Millville to Apalachicola, $5.00.
Pensaoola to Mobile, $2.50.
The above rates include meals and berths. W. G. BARRO W.

A .I-H,' B RAKE -

G e ne r a 1 M e'r chandis e!


Cooking and Heating Stoves!

Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Etc.


Burial Caskets, Robes, Suits, Etc.


The Trading Post!

[Sucrt ssor to B. V. Brock.]

Headquarters for

Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Ready- Made Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Notions

and Hardware.

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



What Won the Girl.
It was In a subway train. On the
lap of a wmnan,;apparently bhr moth
er, sat a girl of some eighteen m,.ntra-.
Next to them was another mother with
her two-year-old son. Each woman
petted the other's child, and the boy
liked the attention atd latnihed and
pranced. The girl maintained a
straight face. She did not fret, nor
apparently did.eslmewant to cry, but if
the word can be used In the case of
one so young she was bored. The
petting of her own mother and of the
other woman clearly had no effect.
Then the little boy entered the lists.
Edging up to the child, he put his arms
around her neck and said, "I love 'oo!"
Then it was that there broke over the
baby's face the first smile that had ap-.
peared since the long subway ride
from -Harlem began. And as for the
mothers, the usual and natural com-
ments as to prescience followed.-New
York Tribune.
Cuban Diarrhoea.
U. S. Soldiers who served in Cuba dur-
ing the Spanish war know what tnii dis-
ease is,'and that ordinary remedies have
little more effect than so much water. Cu-
ban diarrhoea is almost as severe and
dangerous as a mild attack of cholera.
There isone remedy, however, that can
always be depended up n as will be seen
by the following certificati from Mrs.
Minnie Jacobs* of HouAton, Texas: "I
hereby certify that Chamirerlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured my
husband of a severe attack of Cuban di-
arrhoea, whicu he brought home fro ,.
Cuba. We had several doctors but they
did him no good. One bottle of this rem-
edy cured him, as our neighbors will les-
lify. I tlhank God for so valuable a medi-
cine." For sale by L. M. Ware, St. An-
dil~ \ atnd B3 IhaIu and al' medicine deal-
Letters of Maitu:e.
Letter ol' marique and reprsal, a
they were called, were fIr hei tiome of ETl;ad I. Io :;ve leave t.
t'taL.ta be I ny:1d lhe m-:rc:es or limit
.f n country for wr'og-; snfi'ero ;1
the lihni.3 of a po'cer r.o atlly u
p.:co. In this first i-sttl"e t~ey wi
1ai.n e at Po-rtug ;!'. A-t::ut a Ih:nndro'
yea:r': !:;tcr two Hans1e town-s inl Meck'
!enburg. wi hing to r'ieve thlci
prince, who wasi elee.nIt-re; In Stoc-k
holn, Issued I"ttcrs of inmr(i.-
thieves' letters, as the sucrerers- called
Ihem--t all the rascals of tlhe IBlt3
-luthorizlng tlhc to victual the be-ieg
I7 city. Ts o. s do hey tu:'ne-l them
-elves iL.ao a coil fer"!r:iev of' rca rob
era'ss known as Victuia!'ig br)ther.-. o
Ct.. Vital!us' brote':,cr. :n;d rclnl're!
the Scandinavian se:, uns:1:-fe f:' 1'?
1 cotury.
All tee News.
A wise editor says:: "A n: n to!',l ,.
the ohler dayt tluat we dil not puib.is!
i:ll the thll,:gS that lIl,:lpenc. \
should say1 not. 1 In the ir::t pillae, t'e'.'-
is somebody el-:e de!;ending o:n us f).
a living. If we printed all that hiip
c'ins \wVe would soon be witb! tlhe anl
gels. -In order to please the people w,
must priit ouly the ie 1 i' thl:!Ig- .ti'
of then oand leave the ret to gossip
Yet it's a fact we don't Iubljlsh all th(
news. It we di! wouldn't It makie
spicy reading? But it w-ou;d be for
one week only; the next week you
would read our obituary. All the
news is all right when it's about the
other fellow."



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


This is ill lly Puatrols' Iltelese as well as lly own.
Convince Yourself of this Truth.

Call anid


gcASH S lart

I s 1) R lY GO 0 1) S, THRIVE

Ship Chandlery Hardware

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

Clothing, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishings.


Trunks and Valises.



Steel & W
Made in

Wind Mill


Best Coppei

For Fi

CiN All Goods GIVrN TO
CAN EXCEPT l Mail Orders
ire GO- Saltal Orders aFee
Iron' Postoffice Gladly Sent

on the Bay! 0 Application

Company I E-E OY T 0 < -'s s
Breech-Loading We Are
B' 11 THE
r hilli. Only $550. 5! Zi





i 0-

office we will furnish you a icautiful uinis -d 14-kt. Solid Gold ouiltt-
0 11n Icii, that costs at retail $1.50. Tle pen is complete with box andt
fillr a nd a fully wara:tn!ed by the m -nufac-tirrnrs and can be returned to
69 them if Inns:atisfa(ctory in any pIarlticulan,.
r.^'i^^'^^-^ ''S5~~S %~v&c^^ -^s^wTP~wow

(uliv m e iso

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


These are three common ailments for
which Chamberlain's I'ain Balm is espe-
cialhl valuable. If promptly applied it
will save you time. money and suffering
when troubled with any of these ailments.
For sale by L. M. Ware, St. Andrlw'und
lr.yhead and all niedicine dealers.

Mo- d HM lrcat O&o>rfwi -
...-.-. 4mes nam .-, d am..+
Why not be proud of red hair?
Socrates, "the father of philosophy,
was red haired.
St. Paul was red haired, freckled and
Julius Caesar was red haired, and
that he was of the redheaded sort there
Is none to deny. He was ever ready for
a fight and wasn't afraid to meet all
comers, and he would have won a:ennst
all hadn't Brutus and a few other jeal-
ous officeholders done him to death aft-
er a most contemptible fashion.
Queen Beas had red hair and lots of
it, and .t made the royal ladies angry
that they couldn't imitate her style,
which was so much admired by court-
lers and gentlemen of every land.-
New York World.


Thursday, Jnthi 1, 1905.



S,. p a,- & r,
(r.aI imit d .. t i HeNo....... 55
'ol'eA .. Guupowder.. 40
I.t lILuww 5 Uncol',l Jap.40-60
: 5 Coud milk, a' can
Sreenl.... 12@20 Uusweetn'a.10
Arbuckle,lb 12-15 Sweetened .... 10
uger snaps 31b 25 Raking powder
acker, soda.. 10 Royal...... )
lhacco, jlug -20a60 Campbell...... 10
Usaiita Cnaned fruit

London layers.8-15

SPeaches .... I0a20
I'ormatoes....-. 1

tic( ....... 6t Apples ........ 1,)
apples Pears ......... 15
Evaporated... V Pluma ......... 10
' Dried Pe.aches S A pLrcot ...... 10-20
-- oa Oil pr gal.. .15 Strawberries... 10
e .. .. Pineepple .. "10-210
?lorida Syrnp. .O0 'anned Meats
o y ........ ... 75 oast Beef... 12
finega ....... 34) Corned 'Beef. 12i4
needs pr .... 18 Chipped BeeflO-J5
rdutter. .. .. 2--35 lobster. .... l
Oleomanrgerine. 18 Salmon... 100@15
,ard ........ 7-10 Canned Vegetalle.
eans ........ .5 Baked Beans... 1o
Docoauait pkg... 10 Corn ....... 10i5
Jelly, glasg I0al t I Peas .. ..... 10
bimne J ice ...... 45 'Pum.pkin .... .
Eggs per doz.-.. 15
Flour Pork
Star of S'th2, 2.3 D S.pr ......
Obelisk ...... 3.25 Bacon Side1.... 12
Uorn Meal pr bu70-.0 Fresh .... -. 8l90
Oat Meailpr lb . 5 Br'kf' t Bac'na 16.2
Cori perl,i ..75a0o Hamn canv's'd 1 5.2(
Potatoes Sboulders..... n1
Ir-ish....... 1 40 Beef
arlyv 1L'se seed 1.60 Corncd.:... .
Sweet.... 60@75 Fresh........8 14'
alt, pr sack ... .00 DIried......... !2:
1Table ........ 5 Milk pr qt ... 1
Ntails, oer lb41;a5 Ax,with Ihandle. .75
Galv wire do.6A;i Hoes, eachl.... .3550
Maiuilla rope ..9al2Cropper patit, caia 50
l ,vei cook,.. $a25 Li seed oil, g alS;.O
''ipe, perjoint 18
Vri'nt, per yd.. .5at Checks .. ..- .. 5a
-4tietlngs .... 5a9 Flannel- ....... 15a4
Musli ...... 9al I Thread per spool. 5
leans. ... 15a45 Slhes, ladies.$la275
I lrlti patis palt 225 Men's. : $1 Oa:300
HI v pr cwt. 75al ."5 Oats pr 1 ... .... #0
Hrani ....... 1.2.1 Brick pr M..... t.<0
oItpe Sisal .....7@9 Limne pr 7...... 7:
FRUIT and' NU'T.S.
Oranitage pr dox. 45 Pecanis r II .... 1
Apples. . . . 15 W aln ts. ..
A pples........ Wal ......at
r.e molas. .. ... A nio l ....... . I
.I s ell pi 1,O00 1.50 Opened pr q(i .. 15,.

[Int-es c3o41.1.1. C ,ws
- lh let. ... f. .$0 11&t 1"s ......
")Xell.. pr yoke $65 Sheep.-..

$:; t,' $4

I'OU I.t'lY
'.oickens4eas-b 33550 (eese each . 45>u54'
.rkeys. .... 7 S l .U Dluck-. .... 23- a
F e~h si(lt
Miilllci ir doz i5c 5 sile pr 1h1,I 5.5i1
'r.i u t........ .. .. '. .* ,t. ...... 5.54
tI'in p tu o pr I . 6 Iomp ano, *.. 1 1(.O( i
Si ae n ...... 10 Mackerel .... 8.
... tring, Ceiling.
I'foart,. y ...4$ 4. 0 !-eart, m....$1 4.t1
Face .. 12.00 Fiace ... 1
i .. 10,tU Sap 10.0
Drop siding, UiCapi'btiads,
Heart lace "m 14.011 }xianin. "1, *.$1"t.)i
,tp 10.00 Vinishiltg 5 lu -
B u1,..11 1i'ei s I a* 1" f .. $1- @ !5.0 0
P lum er.

Catar r'n Can n:ot he Cutre(
cannot reach the seat of the disease.
Catarrh is a blood or constitutional
disease, and in order to cure it you
must take internal remedies. Hall's
oCatarrh Cure in taken internally, and
acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a
quack medicine. It was prescribed by
one of the best physicians in this coun-
try for ears, and is a regular prescrip-
tion. It is composed of the best tonics
ktown, combined with the best blood
purifiers, acting directly on the mu-
cous membranes. The perfect conibi-
nation of the two ingredients is what
produces such wonderful results in cur-
iug Catarrh. Send for testimonials,
J. F. CHENEY & GO., Props.. Toledo,
0. Soldby d'rugg.- ta, price 75c
S Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa-
All In the Famil y.
Mrs. Cloak-I'm so sorry the drose-
maker I recommended to your wife did
not give her a fit. Mr. Soak-Nerv
mind. Her bill gave me one.
Something Coastin to ula.
Maisle-Funny, Isn't it, that Alger-
non doesn't smoke? Daisae-Well, he
will soon. I overheard papa say that
he was going to fire him.

The way to be nothing is to do noth-
ing.-German Proverb.
To cold dlaulghts of air, to keen and
cutting wind-, sudden changes of tern
perature, scanty clothing, undue ex-
exposure of the throat and neck after
public speaking and singing, bring on
coughs and colds. Ballard's Horehound
Syrup is the best cure.
Mrs. A. Barr, Houston.Texac, writes,
Jiii. 31, 1902: '"One bottle of Ballard's
Horehour.dSyrup cured me of aver)
Sbad cough. It is very pleasant to take.'
2.c, 50c, $1.0(l. Sold at the Trading
Post, St. Andrew, Fla.
SMade a Lock i-'or tke iKey.
SAn old and curious key and lock art
frttached to the door of Temple' churcl
In Fleet street, London. The ke.
weighs seven pounds. is eighteen inch
es long, and. unlike other keys. it wa
not* nade for the lock. On the co.tra
ry. the lock was made for it. Both key
nuil lock have been in use since the
crusades. the church itself having been
built by the Knights Templars in 1485.
-London Standard.

No Secret About It.

It is no secret, that for cuts, burns.
ulcers, fever sores, sore Eyes, boils, etc.,
nothing is so effective as Bucklen's Ar-
nica Salve. "It didn't take long to cure
a bad sore I had, and it is all o. k. for
sore eyes," writes D. L. Gregory, .of
Hope, Tex. 25c. at A. H. Brake's score.
Thefb0 Sl tl (Gil.
Wb'n slIhe Is twelve or fourteen the
.v-iieln girl comes to know she Is beau-
tul. though she does not marry at the
t:'y a;;t of the Hlndoo girl. She
muats the saris and Cholis and sighs
*r fringes of pearls and modern dia-
!ond -::rri igs she sees the friends of
'i-r 1o1fer won*r. In her rose coloredA
-11 nand gold spots she is the prettiest
Xcture you 'ever saw. With gazelle
es and A itatic grace she is full of ar-
or and naivete at the same time. She
mis like a fawn at the approach of a
tranger, but when unobserved her
ltighter rin'gs through the house, an(
te Instinctive coquetry of her smiles
bowsv tl!at the purdah Is a necessity.-
2verybody's Magazine.

There's one thing the women can't
tet into" said the anti woman saf-
"What's that?" cried a chorus of
felmiine voices.
"The secret aervlcel"-Detroit Free

Dying of Famniue
is, in its torments, like *dying of con-
sunptitin. The progress of consumption
from the beginning to the very end, is
:- long torture, both to victim and
friends. "When I had consumption in
tds first stag-e," writes Wm, Myers of
Cearfoss, ,Md "aftr trying different
nedic .nes and a good doctor in vain, I
,tt last took Dr. King's New Discovery,
which promptly and perfectly cured
mi.." Prompt relief and sure :cure for
;rourhs, (olads, sore throat, bronchitis,
-tc. Positively prevents pneumonia
Guaranteed at A. H. Brake's store,
pr-ice'50cland $1 a bottle. Trial 'bottle
C(old Meet, but Not Greet.
Caller--Mr. Ardup, 'you said last
month if I would come on the 15th
yot'd be ready to meet this note, and
I've brought It. Mr. Ardup-Why, the
fact is I'm-er--ready to meet it for
old acqOatntance sake, but It's simply
Impossible for me to be chummy with
It. Can't you come again -some time
next week?-Chicago Tribune.

IBeted the Opportunity.
"You must mark down your age in
this blank space," said the insurance
agent to the beautiful woman.
And she did. She marked it down
from twenty-eight to twenty-two.-
Cleveland Leader.


It yo haven't a regular, healthy movement of the
bowels every day, you're ill orwill be. Keep your
bowels open. and be well. Force, in the shape of
violent phyilo or pil poison, dangerous. The
smoothest, aieut, most perfect way of keeping
the bow el clear and clean Is to take

Pleasant, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good, Do
Good, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe; 10;-25 and
60 eents per box. Write to tree sample, and book-
let on health. Address 433
Sterllne Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.

Dealers In -and Agents for the
Sale of

Real Estate.
Taxes Paid ani Rents Collected
for Non-Re.ideiits.
St. Andrew. Fla.


Barber and Hair Dress-
ing Parlor,

Commerce Ave. East

Mrs. ". Lindsay, of Fort Willi
rio, Canada, who has suffered
number of years from- dyspe
great pains in the stomach, w
by her druggist to take Chai
Stomach and Liver Tablets.
and says, "I find that they have
a great deal cf good. I have
any suffering since I began ,usi
If troubled with dyspepsia or ii
why not take these tablets, ge
stay well? For sale by L. M,1
Andrew and Bavhead and all
Got Her NAume Wrons
"Tle trouL;e with you," tl
;ahil afterr examiniuhg the you
seemss to be that something
matter with your heart."
"'VW h my heartT"
"Yea. To give it a name, it i
"Gues again, doe," said t
man. "That isn't her name at

816 Wells Street,
MARINETTE, WIs., Sept. 25,
I was all run down from ner
ness and overwork and had to r
my position and take a rei
found that I was not gaining
strength and health as fast
could wish, and as your Wi
Cardui was recommended as s
good medicine for the ills o
sex, I bought a bottle and b
using it.I was satisfied witl
results from the use of the
bottle, and took three more and
found I was restored to good h
and strength and able to ta
my work with renewed vigo
consider it a fine tonic and exc
for worn-out, nervous condi
and am pleased to endorse it.
Secy, North Wisconsin Holland S
Secure a $1.00 bottle of Wi
Cardui and a 25c. package
Thedford's Black-Draught (


Probably the easiest thing
world is to be a bore.
You waste half your time.
reform work for you.
It is possible to laugh at tro
the laughter doesn't mean it.
What a disagreeable world tl
be if people were perfectly cai
It is easier to talk a man
thing than it is to fight him ot
There is one thing sure about
It does not do any good to talk
When men talk together,
prices at which things can
Women talk of prices at whi(
can be bought.
The sentiment seems to b(
In favor of abusing the man
jects to cost when it comes to
3r wedldings.-Atchison Globe.
Fully Understood.
"I doubt if you know the d
between grand opera and coml
"Oh, but I do. Grand opera

of Buoy

j 'Er"verything neOw, "neat aind
clean and patrons given the most
courteous anJ careful attention.

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A Willful Genilis; Stockholders' Meet
SMalibir".t~i; 'iir-. n as an iiitist The tretlt, annual meet
i hd deerved her suce, fort hergreat- stockholders of the St. And
St triximobfs cami fruoi the hardest hi) Vernon Tephon
ork: Her voice was not a miracle of Chipley & Vernon Telehon
kture. It was gold, says oine of her W'iit be held at the ,)lice of t
iographers, but It was gold that had "N in St. Andrew on Monda.
-) be dug from the earth, smelted and inst.-it being the last Mondh
aade pliable undri the hammer. One as provided by its charter, a
S'ay she was overheard at her practic- p. m. for the election of office
iwg i gusts of angry apostrophe. ensuing year and the tran
"'I'U see whether I cannot make you such other business as may cc
.bey me," she was saying to her voice. the met It is import
'I'll see whether you will obey me."
For her tbh word "impossible" did be a general attendance ot
aot cxTst. If her voice wan out of or- holders. The Directors' mi
der or her throat refused to obey she annual settlement will be hel
iccompllshed amazing effects by sheer ately after: the adjournmer
force of will. Perhaps it was fortunate stockholders' meeting. By o
that her career was not a long one. Attest: W: A. EMMONS
No human powers could have endured J.R. THOMPSON, Sec'y.
the stra'a she placed habitually upon Dated, June 1, 1904.
this gift of hers.
One day she executed a shake upon Genins.
the highest notes of her register. She "That boy of yours look
laughed then at the amazement of her genius."
listeners. "Well, I reckon he must be.
"That brute of a note has given me a most amazin' appetite, woi
no end of trouble," said she. "I have sleep in the garret than on
been trying to get It for the last month. floor, walks in his sleep, tril
I tried it while dressing and while I football with the stars an'
was doing my hair. I tried it when I tree whenever he sees a ba
was taking my walks and while I was in'!"-Atlanta Constitution.
riding. At last I got hold of It this
morning while I was tying my.shoe- "T can Alwn o Tell.
strings." "There goes a total -failure.
"Aind where did you find It, ma "How do you know he is?"
dame?" "He's always sneering at ot
"Therer' she answered, -laughing and success."-Clevelandi Leader.
petting her finger to her forehead. Found a Cture for Dyspe
airs. o-.T 'n .3 _P, 1- '"T -11-

exclusive buisiuess brokers in the coun- King Kaiev, neiiry tarmi, naei, AnIr
uble, but try. We have buyers. What have you Baesett and Af. Bassett, all of Ebro, No. 21 No. 3,
to offer? We bring buyer .and seller to- FIla W. G. RoBINsON, Re.giter. Daily. ily.
is would gether and marequck s~les. W Editor's fee paid. 11:55p.m. 7:00 a m.Lv e
his would.12:15 n't 7:13 D
SRobt, M. Eurich& C'o., no,, 12:15... 7:13 f
ndid. 'I-t bu,:,P.... NOTICE FOR PURLICATION. 12: 7:16
out of a I DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. 12:23 7:28 "
It of It. Buy An EstabJ bed Business, LAND OFFICE ATGAINESVII.E, FLA., 12: 72 ]
Sa fusa- and secure for your af a steady income; May 1, 1905, ) 12 7:285 G
Itover business is the old hioned, time-tried Notice is hereby given that the fol- 1:58 7:3 ]
metho f Don'-monkey12:58 7:39 "
it method of getting u Don't money lowing named settler has filed notice o- 1:30 a. m Go
t is of with "getrich qui schemes; we are her intention toma ke fin-il proof in sup i :55 3:15
be sold. the only exclusive ssiness brokers" port of her claim, and that said proof 2:20 8:30 "
eh things in the country, and n place you in an will be made before the Clerk of the 2;33 8:38 Cl
established, good-ping business, no Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on June 3.00 8:56 D
e always matter where you wih to locate. Write 2,1 1905, viz: 3:23 9:10 MN
who ob- today and let us k what you want. WILLIAM H. PITTS, of Nixon, Fla. 4:0? 9:35 DeFu
funerals Robert M. EuP & Co., Inc., Pa d 32707, for the swi of ec. 8, tp. 2s, I. 4f18 9:44 "
fe Pittsbur.L. P w. 4:4C 9:57 Po
He :names the following witnesses to 5:00 10:10 W
AiER'S prove his continuous residence upon 5:08 1l:15 (
lif ference BALSAM and cultivation of said land, viz: 5:33 10:30 "
Itffperenae tif'les b 'e thehlrt. Robert Nixon, W E. Pitts, J. G Da- 6:00 10:47
Operaa" luriant growth.6:000:47
c operaeer to Cestore ray vis and R. T. Sangster, all of Nixon, 6:0, 11:07 C
a is com. o~uaeahair illi~ g. Fla. W. G. ROBINSON, Register :00 11:25 I
t1.0~u Druggists I Editor's fee paid. 7:40 11:45 "
7:58 1202n'n
ONE. ULL QUA OF Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. W ,_
ONE FULL QUA OF May 1, 1905.
SNotice is hereby given that the fol- Do Not oll ffrte foAii.
lowing named settler has filed notice of There is only one mistake that fe
his intention to make final- proof in sup- e made in ma
port of his claim, and that said proof made in making coffee, and that I
Wi kn. the meaning of word and do we r. w. will be made before the elerk of the to cdok it too much. When aubjecte
.lnm to be (he loweniprled W H Ia e nd the circuit court at Vernon, Fla., on June to a momentary boiling and then
Iorgel al'l 2Order WhlskeyOoeer. h t.Boulh. All te 20,1905, viz: moved from the fire it is a drink fc
North liirsJlna Whiakey we sell Ia d-hlere', no bad.
P'eopleb re wouldn'adulwerate Ir they how-they are too ROBERT D. MURRAY. of Nixon, Fla. the gods, but i it Is kept at a high d(
onwatem. ehl W ohioke sellers aie oltd wh blenulnr a Hd 29843 for the eiof net of sec, 8, tp gree of heat for thirty minutes it
any Ikn,.n competitor. "Oasper' 1 et OM" Wlky 1 aS, r. 12w. eharaeter bs entirely chathged, and W
Sa IQuld lo i's made by honest peop in the momuitans o .. e
Nornh arlna, in old-slyle copper it at as Iu wammdei by He names the following witnesses to becomes almost poismous. Of the pe
ourgrandfathers. Firat-ratewfoeryke at.e0 0o0se. 00 becomes alu10i1 POUS.
pergallonber. i'snotatnybetlerthan per'illa earO.O"It prove his continuous residencee upon ple who 6vercook coffee In this wa
musEplRaseorw e ll buy Ithack. We Ieaapltralo of $'0O and cu'tivation-of said land, viz: t through if
and Ihe People' Nalional Bank and the Piedmont SavingsBank T some do t through ignorance; 66f tl
of this iry will tell you our word i tood ToIntroduce this old, Rbert Nixon, W. E. Pirts. T.
honest % -ll-ker. we offer foar rull quarts or "(Caper'r 'I Sangster and J. G. Davis all ol Nixoi greater part of them through greed I
Tear ol1i"-two sample bottles, one I rone I year ol..-a cork. gs
screw al ia drinking gass--all for B9. IfKB.90 It sent we Fla. W.G. ROBINSON, register -
will .lou.ie the above ald put it free 0Oe Full Quart Ftro.
We hjie .-Ie of this whiskey only 7 yeat dld, and will send five. A r A 'r te
ceipt of ell and give free corkeerewsr drlin g glases and sam- "She is beautiful," said the sfid16us
ple, ma k: ng this whiskey cost leas than 4B. per gallon delivered.
Wt ship tn lainl boxes with no marks lor eticate contents, and girl, "but she is not accomplished."
Prepj all Ezprees. Buyers West of itful K oa Nebrak A y
land .aiote must tdd 10 cents per quart eb. "My dear," answered Miss Cayenne,
THE CASPEI CO. (Inc.) "there is no accomplishment more dif-
95 aser Bldgs^. WINT AL..Q. ficult than being beautiful."-Wash- Waint your moustache or bear
j IIInton Star.- A ln.* ntif.l Hls.. 1. ri,-h hl.r'Na IT.

ting. P oonai.
ing of the Mr. a:nd Mld, w. F. Largeoilt who,
irews Bay, for the pagt two o hice month have
e Company been making a 'r e ol the waters of
the compa- i t til u o 8
y, the 26th the west coast florida; as far
ayin June, south as Cedar in their house- .. A R K ,
,t 2 o'clock boat, Tyro, retu to their home You can hardly fi; home l
ars forth here Monday anng accompanied without its Ayer"S herrty I
isaction of by Miss L. B,. 'H who made the Pectoral. Parents know what
ome before cruise with tth are all cor- it does for childrefit breaks
that there cruise with them they are ali cor-
the stock- dially welcome ke again by their C h rry Dry Goods, Gro
meeting for many friend amn ghbors.
Id medi- L. ., Ware, ..-went to Vernon P e Ct ra oat Stores, Hay I
nt of the Saturday mornii to be in attend- We carry at all times a Well S
)rder up a cold in a single night, the A
,Pres't. ance, as jurymri upon hlie circuit wards off bronchitis, prevents theSt. A
court now iii esiili there., pneumonia. Physicians ad- COUI TRY PHODU'
Rev. S. L. Lo ehirnilk uof Nixon, vise parentsto keep iton hand. FISH AND OYSTER
and Rev. Rlubet .[rri of Econfina, A Th. he etle "t o oth W e will Noth
s like a children no could poibly be better."
were in St. Aiinew on i nehday, JAooaB HULL, Sto,Ind.
He's got last, for the 1ni~one of ordlaining Ar''r'., _f owell Massc
uld rather Rev. C. L. Jojyne who is a recent for
the first r A
es to play graduate of the co ge at Macon., Ga, .hIat, L"lgS
climbs a Interesting service were held in the
lliff con- Baptt T ay Iiglthe Ayer's Pills greatly aid the Cher
aptist chur ych.' aa' i'lawen, Pectoral In breaking i thup hr, ry

Ssome go rouad hntm-,- : M ri e yriIIh
all, the rights a privilegess of a al n' fer happiness wid a candle.--At. -l r1
her men's tist clergyman. lanta Constitution. 111 UI S 11 I
SA. E. Register of Bayhead was a LEGAL NOTICES ,
psiat. visitor in St. Andrew yesterday. .
psia and Tommy was visiting a neighbor's Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. s
as advised At dinner the hostesa apologlzed to him Lay15,1905. O Deal ersa Gin ile
mbeila:n's because the table ;linen was soiled at Notice is hereby given that the tel-

She did so his plate. lowing-named settler has filed notice of
done n a "Oh. that's nothina-," he assured her her intention to make final proof in ry Goods Groceric
never had promptly. "Ours Is worse'n that at support of her claim, and that said
them." ome."-BrooklynLife. proof will be made before the clerk of
Sthem." the circuit court at Blountitown, Fla,,
digestion Just Whae Everyone Should Do. on July 13.1905, viz.:
t wellan r. J. Brber i rwinille, Ga., l- BTSEY GAINER, widow of Primus
i i sr t. r lr Gainer, L deceased, of St. Andrew,
Ware, St. ways keeps a loltlie of Chamlherlaii 's eFla. T II 'dlllUII .
medicine Colic, Cholera an i .iarrhoea Remedy at Hd 27156 for Lot 12, sec. 20 and lots 6,
hind for instant use. Attacks of colic, 7 nd 8, see, 19 ip. 4.' r. 14w.
As advised At. 1 he a esthe toliowing witnesses to to h m ma 15, 905.
. cholera morbua and diarrhea come on so She name continuous residence uitno G E N EI R A L L
e doctor suddenly that there s no time to hunt a and cultivation of said land, viz:
ng man, doctor or go to th store for medicine. Emanue'.Gainer. William Gaine:',W. ATi A TTA WTO
g is the Mr. Baroer says "I va tried Chatmber- Ganer ad Thomaer all of AT A TATJ i Dso
lain's Colic, Cholera ad Ciarroea Item- G.AndROBIN Reister.ARE NOW PREPARED
edy which is one of the heat medicines I IEditor's fee paid R 0 U Gr H O
s angina ever saw. I keep a bottle of it inm NTICE FOR PUBLICATION. U
Ie young romI as I have hadseveral at:acks of D RT T OF THE NTERIOt. Whether Large r Si

medicine I ever used." Sold byv L. M. LAND OFFICE AT GAeNESVILE, FLA.
April 17, 1905.
cWare, St. Andrew n lBdayhead and all Notice is herbby given that the fol-
.nedicine dealers. lowing named settler has filed notice of .
W- pro' ve her intention to make final proof in N L
The n aoorl.ish Wman at Home, support of his claim, and that said
When not fixed up, for visitors the proof will be made before the Clerk of i.
Moorish woman is always en.disha- the Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla.,'on ..
bill, lounging about all day in a loose June 20, 1905, viz: n f e
cotton or muslin nightgown, rose or SAMUEL T. NOLAN of Murfee, Fla., F -(m...4
yellow being her favorite shade, her Hd 33533 for the ne of nwy and wi of 0
bare feet thrust Into slippers very n ws (or lots 3, 4 and 5) of sec 27, tp, .~ .......
much down at theheel and a flower 2se following witnesses to .
stuclicandithar poved-combptedab, Hesnames the following witnessesOto .....M
tuck in her wip of uncombed hair, prove his continuous residence uptn, at e
which, from a contnual use of henna and cultivation of said land, viz: o
dye, Is apt tobrSLeg,..ut In patches 6f C. E. Murfee, R. L Ellis, A. A. Mc- ".
yellow, oreca or ray. Hairbrushes Collom, and R. F. Murfee,nall of Mnrfe ,
are uukiznva, a .ry hs" 'cowi,' Fla, -
:alone being used, which may account W, G. ROBINSON, Register.
for the fact that he hair is never Editor's fee paid. eCOMMERCE AVE. EAST OF I
glossy or well kelp She has a de- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. D EA
touring pabsuiou f paints, powders DeP E_ 5 ITION.
uo 4 crfuli uas, ni o ndaase DEPARMTE T O fHE e, s
yell ta u- w benin in -jperta de, au LA-D OFFICE AT GAINESVILL, FLA. 31 ad1of
1 Pilgr.m. Notc is April 17, 1905. I
c vous- Notice is hereby given that the fol-
s. I -- lowing named settler has filed notice of
hi i Mother Gray's Sw Powders for Cha- his intention to make commutation
g m dren. Succebssfdll used by Mother proof in support of his claim, and that
ne of New York cure feoyishness bad stom- the circuit court at Vernon, la., on PRESRIPTIONS CAR
ucha ach teething disoroe move and regu- June 20, 1905, viz: n ir I
f our late the bowels an destroy worms. GEO.GE BROXTON, of Murfee, Fla., DR, J. J K
-egan Over 30,w00 testimo als They never Hd 33761 for the wi nwI of sec. 26 and
h the fail, At all dru gg e 25e. Samrle ePof ne T sec. 27, tp. 2s, r. 1ow.
first FREE. Address AlldN S. Olmsted Le He names the following witnesses to
then Roy, N. Y. prove his continuous residence upon TII E
health and cultivation of said land, viz:
rkeup "h o aephant. Samuel T. Nolan, R. L.Ellis,A.A.
ent A elephant out doubt the I McColom,andW. N. Dickson, all of
In the world. It is rarely that the best "iEditor's fee paid. In Effect A
Y, of them can be Indeued to walk aboard NsW ORLEA,
society. a ship as did the r-i tlonal pair of NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. No, R
elephants who boarded the ark. To DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, No 4 No05 Leave Pe
ne of onevcome their obection they are LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE,FLA., 2:22 p.m :02 an. Fl
oe of usually first coaxed or forced to enter April 24, 190ti. ) 4:22 2:55 "
oday. great wooden boxes,'when they are Notice is hereby given that the follow- 8:25 7:30 New
securely fastened and, the entire out- ing-named settler has filed notice of his
UI fit Is hoisted with a derrick to the levelintention,to make commutation proof in NC
of the decK and swung aboard, support of his claim, and that said proof No4
_____ __-_ will be made before the County Judge .at .. No35p m Leave P.
S BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES, N JENKiNS, of Ebro, Flia. m. 6:30 Arrive Moi
HS Hd.33209 for the ey of set4 of sec. 10 1:59 9:12 am BiLo
in th Do You Want to Sell Your and n. of ne o; see. 15, to. l8,r. 16w. 2:30 :50 am CLo
in the Business? We cansell you,'business, He names the following witnesses to 7:20 1:30p.m. S
no matter where it ls located. This is prove his continuous residence upon and 7:20 p.m 1:30 p.m.
There's the age of specialists. We are the only cultivation of said land, viz: , PENSACOLA AN1

series, Provisions,

Grain aid Fees Stuffs.
elected Stock 'of M11,'ihanii, alapte, i to,
Idttrws lay trade.
; Be Undersold !


ac.urer. .o -...

Yellow Pine ih. er

L, 80

iral Merchandise,

as, Provisions and Feed,

,nmber Copany,




nail. Write for Prices.



ancy Toloet Articles

uack Nostrunms.

ESTER, M. D, Drumg'ist.


kpril 14, 1901
NS AN I) M31O L .

ensacola, A
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dtuce a araer f iti : hh.l iv i' uIcL'd if
a 1i iriakiug i n i, e t:a l ofl'lt.4e td
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lkwoter- 4fter all. "truth t otiranida
than fletion." 301 f kifw. Miriff-Tf
may be st,1angir. 6uitift fii't as -st-.
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Act directly O6R the river.
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The Groom (nt the first hotel)-It's
no '~se, Clara; we can't hide it f!om
people that we nre newly married. The
Bride-What uiakes you think so,
George, dear? The Groom (dejected-
ly)-Why, the' waiter has brought us
rice pudding.

Inciuhli Snid. .
First Passenger (promnenading on their
deck of a liner in lil:doce.in, to second
passenger, le'nnirng disconsolately
againstt t:e rall)---IIve you dined? Sece
lind Pasfscn.'cner (dejectiedy) On the
con trary.-- i: 'ir("'' Weekly.

Will overc',me ir(lii'estion apd dyspep-
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harmless, and should yoa he a sufferer
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R. N. Andrews: editor and mgr. Co-
coa and Rockledge ? ews, Cocou, Fla.,
writes: "I have used your Herbine in
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medicine. T s effects upon myself have
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Showing all the lands disposed of ly
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Our Clubbing List.
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Estelle-- refused to tell him anything.
You see, I couldn't for the life of me
think of the number I had giv\n him
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"How do you make out that you
came off better than your accomplice
when you were convicted and he ac-
"Becuvse I had only to pay the fine,
while he had to pny the lawyer."
There is always hope in a man that
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Laud Office at Gainesville. Fla.
May 1. 1905. -
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
l1owing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make fidal proof in sup-
Sport of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the Clerk of the
Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on June
20. 1905, viz.:
JOHN A. H. MURRAY of' Cook. Fla.
Hd 21,286 for the ejof nelof see. 23, tp.
4s, r. 13w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
H.N. Johnson and J. J. Fowler of
Cook, Fla., Robert Nixon and R. D.
Murray, of Nixon, Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla
May 1, 1805.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lov ing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup-
poat of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before ihle Clerk of the
Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on June
2). 1905. viz.,
\V1LBURN E PITTS, of Nixon, Fla.
Eld 30007, for the wi of i wl of sec 7, tp.
2s, r. 12w.
Hi names the following witnesses to
proye his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
lR. D. Murray, Robert Nixon. J. G.
Davis and R. T. Sanyster, all of Nixon.
H'a. W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
Land office at Gainesvill F, F1a.
May 1, 1905.
Notice is hereby give that the fol
lowing named settler has filed notice ol
his intention to make final proof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said proof
will be mnde before the Clerk of the
Circuit Court at Vernon, Fia., on Junt
20, 1905, viz:
S Fla.
HI{29947 for the w of n.w, nwi of sw1
of sec land nei of se n sec 2, tp 2s r.
I2-W ., -
H names the following wit n-se,-; to
lpro'e his continuous re.-sidlence upon-
;:p cultivation of said land, viz.:
R. D. Murray, Robert Nixon, W. E.
Pitts and J. G. Davis, all of Nixon, Fla-
W. G. ROBN.SON, Register.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla,
May 1, 1905. -f
'Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to in.mke find proof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said proof
wili be made before the clerk of the
circuit court at Ve, non, Fla., on June
20th, 1904, viz:
.JOHN G. DAVIS. of Nixon, Florida,
Hd 29854 for the sw}, of sec. 10, twp
2s. 12w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Robert Nixon, R. D. Maryav, W. W.
Pitts and J. A. Murray, all of Nixon,
Fla W.G. ROBINSON. register.
Laud Office at Gainesville, Fla.
May 1, 1905. f
SNotice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup
port of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the.Clerk of the
Circuit Court at Verinn, .Fla., on June
20, 1905, viz:
ROBERT NIXON, of Nixon, Fla.,
Hd 29865 for the sw4 ot sw section 1
and as of set and nwi of sel of see. 2,
tp. 2, r,12w.
He names'the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land. viz.:
R. T. Sanipster, S. L. Loudermilk. J.
(. Davis and R. D. Mura ay, all of Nix-
un. h'!i W G, O[CBLNSo.N ltegi`ster,.



byI Rita Keiei q

v:: Iputtin; in his
St. Louis exposition.
l .su.:L- ti ti wonders
ic'e leaving college,
ed. even oppressed,

'., the \'ver tre ndous nfnount of in-
;e-euiiNy and ben spread before him.
lie stopped uate end of the Grand
;,;.i nid ia nsh l iek lic is straw hat
i'ru:i lihi lnnl-nIoniJeark face, drew out
hita truil,:cco ponlb and carefully rolled
: i 1,i ellette. Th e ir was sizzling. The
suii Ilent diovwn -on the immensity of
white ilIbil..l .Irs id .'sarkled madden-
inaly in the fto' of the cascade and
the rilills'. In tw wake of the gondo-'
las ais they vdart to and fro. He was
telling himself at all this was too
mnucll for une Iito see alone. He
blew out a wiV,'t' of smoke and look-
ed dislut'erestet ..at the passing
throng. s,'' di" not run across
- )l l before ntght he was
going to pull out for home.
I-e strolled toward the main entrance
antd -rtolpp.d to admire an extremely
pretty girl In cool green linen standing
by one of the pillars of the Liberal
Arts building.
"By Jove!" he Said as he made a
wide detour behind her and came
around at the other side. "I know that
girl. Hang itl What's her name?"
He walked shawly past her again.
She was absorbed ip a scrutiny of the.
Triumphal causeway. How refresh-
ingly cool sLe was in that green dress!
Her hair gli ctied :o!'l in the sun. That
was just tl. trrut'le--her hair! If it
were only Irown.! B ->.l ran over the
names of all tbie blulnls he had known.
Bertha Snc:l.;(, (pro!liie French? Bah!
They ...:,.l L.en 'fat antd pudgy.
l He d.0ui'.e. on his steps and strolled
back nonchalantly, his hands thrust
deep in hif pockeS.:, But wasn't she a
princess! Ie~ t,,r to smooth out the
pucker in his tfi' nml] look pleasant.
Hang it all! Sh~ a.s ,; much alone as
he was, and sLe would be goie iin a
moment. Hi-s "uind raced frantically
among the girls of 'two continents i4
search of the nilssiui name.
"If she just had brown hair, now,"
he said. stoming at her unmistakably
gold curls. Suldcdenly he realized that
he was -tandlug stock 'still and the
brown eyes of the girl in the green
dress had s--.e.t. froui the Triumphal
causeway Il,,, were look lirn into his
with ill cn.-...e;) l i nnlusI'l ment. Instant-
ly his face h*inred. He swept off his
hat with a cli"rming bow and went to-
ward her. smilling.
"Miss IH:'.iellr" he saild. holding out
his hand. "Mii.s*Elenijor IIa-kell?" -
She loukedit at hJin amazel, but at
sound of the ndame she smiled, too,
qi.6sionin gly. .
"I fear oui have the better of me,
though,"'.sl,. sail as he took her hand.
"rou are"'- ,,
"Bbyd Thompson. yes, of Northwest-
ern," he inishe for her.
"Oh, I don't rVnem.ber." She passed
one sllhn IqIud oer h:er brow and look-
ed emb.r-irassed. "But I've sure enough
been to Northwtftern." she said, flash-
ing a smile at lnm. "and." triumphant-
ly, ei. I remehiber your face."
"Cne's memory for names is often
fickle. Why, d you know, I had the
deuce of a timesrecallliui yours just
now, and I wasjafr:ld every minute
you'd take a nation to go before I
could get. t by .the tail feathers, so to
speak. But I did, you see, and I al-
ways remember faces." He, leaned over
and smiled down at her. "Are you'en-
joying the sho" l' he asked sweetly.
"Yes, but It'too overwhelming to
enjoy alone, HaL my friends are not,
due for a week r ten fays, so I've de-
cided to go honie. 1 was just taking a
farewell look as'you came along."
"'Come, now, t~ht~ e jolly. I'm in the
same fix. Wha' do you say to doing
the fqir in partnershipr"
And so It was'finally arranged.
Later in the evening as he left her
at the Hotel Napoleon Bonaparte he
said, coming a step nearer: "You'll for-
give me for staring at you so hard? I
just couldn't remenilber your name on
the instant."
"Yes, of course!" she laughed. "Be-
cause, do you know, I haven't been
able really to place you yet, though I
remember your 'name and your face
"Well, we're even." he called back,
and, thrustiige his hands in his- pock-
ets, he sauntered toward the lobby.
Strange he should have thought she
had ordinary., brown hair, be said to
himself. whe'n'ls particular stade of
gold was the ,re ttlest thing for hair
he had ever see. Blondlue? He threw
away his cigaftte. She wasn't that
kind. -
liHe thought the few times he had
seen her at Qtmory parties ana re-
membered thal~ she danced divlnel).
He had not ka wn her well, and she
was a tnrump feg not thinking him pre-
sumptuous epeiklng to her now. As
he picked h w~y through the crowded
lobby he ska fill around him slender

girls In green dresses pulling gold hair
away from bth r faces with a pretty
movement of Iteir hands.
t* ,, *
They were sitting at the end of the
Grand basin sle nights later, a little
back from the balnstrade overlooking
the water. .Bo.d was speaking as he
slowly rolled a cigarette.
"Do you kni -I a am amazed to think
fow nlistaketI as ablut you."
"I'm sorry i ve -disappointed you,"
she said.
"But you nn't. That's just the
point." le Il ed over suddenly, and
his face took on a new seriousness.
"And to thin4 -1 m!~s-ild all that good
time be,'ause-. was fool enough to be
afraid -r' your?
"Wh.it g'.od lime?" she asked quick-
ly. t *
"Why. knowing you better before,
don't you, see? You're the jolliest girl
I've seen foi a. long time. If you had
thrown me over that day*at the Lib-
eral Arts lildhing I never should have
really know you probably. I'm glad
you didn't. fAod the reason I couldn't
think of ySlrnt name was because I
thought you' sionild have brown hair
instead of 'frjm all sure gold,'" he
1 ^

She ;:
"'Why. what is it?" lie asked solicit-
mu;v. ",V.i:tm's the trouble?"
"NAin.::. rVy feetjust hurt from
ve!sk;:- so ;:uch. I have blisters on
,3iu !9V hLeels."'
Uoy-d lo'k:ed grieved at this ahnounce-
1'cnr. '"Why d 't you say so? I
.vouilu't iave kept you going so much.
,f yo.l'il folrive me I'll promise to do
;)e, ier:'.'"
"Tihank yuI. Possibly 1 shall not
unave to hoier you any more. My
'rieilds come in the morning." Her
-o",-e wi's icy.
'%A%,d you are going to dismiss me
iike tins? Why, we haven't'seen a
1hiv'3 of the show. I thought I was to
guide tihe whole party."
"Thnik you. I can manage very well.
IMy c usi:i, for one, is quite capable
of t:i:ig' care of herself. She has been
to Nor:'Uestern and-she has brown
"Ei!cnuor IHaskell? What do you
mean 7"
"Yes, that's her name too. I might
have known we looked alike, but no-
body ever said so before. People are
always falling in love with her and
coming to me to be pitied. I hate her;
I hate everybody, and I'm not going
to have you hanging aroiind like all
the re't Aw.'-.LLipiug her and pourin,4
your t.-oubles- into my ear. IAtivene,
there she is now! Go to her." I can
get a car by myself!"
Shi was tired and unstrung.
loyd turned and saw the original
.liss Eleanor Haskell-the one he had
met before- standing not ten paces
;way. Sihe stood apart from her par-
ty of friends, looking over the balus-
trade at- the gondoliers wielding thin,
:Isliing poles. IIe shrank farther back
ito the shadow of the shrubbery. She
w.s tall, stately and dark as of old,
and the peculiar feeling of mingled ad-
miratio:n and fear came back to him.
Neither lie nor the girl beside him
stirred. He felt sure she was watching
him, and he waited. The party called
to the dark girl, and she finally turned
away. They heard her say calmly, un-
tumotionally: "Yes, it is rather good.
I'm glad we got the night view first.
Do you suppose there is any chance of
our finding Eleanor?"
The two on the settee in the shadow
were motionless as the group passed
by, not noticing the young people seat-
ed close together in the shadow.
When th.y were well out of hear-
ing Boyd leaned over suddenly, letting
hi, cigarette drop between his feet.
"I have much to thank your cousin
for." he said slowly, "for without her
I should not have known you." He
stopped and picked up a bit of gravel
from the path. "And without her ad-
vent here tonight I should not have
dared to tell you for some time that
I love you."
The girl beside him moved away just
a trifle.
"You will think me an unutterable
cad for saying this, but it seems neces-
sary to speak or lose you, and I don't
want to do that. If you don't care for
me'please believe that I am sincere."
After a pause.
"Do you ?"
"W'at ?"
"Believe I mean it?"
Another and a longer pause.
"Do you?"
"Er--or--care for me?"
A Cryptic Advertlsement.
The most successful of the great ad-
vertising merchants of the United
States was the vender of a commodity
known as "Plantation Bitters." He de-
vised an enigmatic line, "S.T. 1860.
X.," which appeared simultaneously
in every American newspaper and pe-
riodical of any size, rnd also on the
walls of innumerable barns, fences and
trees. One day all the rocks of the Ni-
'agara falls were covered with the
same mystic sign. Forest trees along
.the lines of the Pennsylvania railroad
were hewn down to afford the passen-
gers a glimpse of the same announce-
ment emblazoned in letters 400 feet
high on the mountain side. What did
the cabalistic announcement convey?
N6t until the proprietor had made his
fortune did he condescend to explain.
"S.T. 1860. X." meant "Started Trade
*In 1I60 with Ten Dollars."

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 to
location. W. A. EMMONS & CO.

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STh" isies tI:e nltest anl a llost ('oi Plllet'
Iam Harnd low f or' working plants in tle garden. It
SSel( t-ad,(j stale; the weight the block to
W which the blade is attached keeps it in the
i-'. l F 1 nd, ad le depth of plowing is regulated
y lifting the handles. A bov or girl of ten
1, ,ers I can handle it with perfect ease. It has a
4-inh: h st.ool wheel, the height of which -makes
l the Ilplow light of draft. It has five blades: 1 is
,I' ,' n"i ng mold., 2 a shovel, 3 a sweelp r weeding
>- \' ', I'\ blade, 4 a bull-tona-ue. 5 a rake. Wien h
with each plow. ake. ench
r. "i .'"ri ',:t' i.. Wo have mado arraIngF ene-fts by
S- -.. wnich we can flni'nish this plow nt
-- the factory price, ;$3.7 5, with
*t. ; ,- 5 -

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freight to St. Andrews Bay about one dollb'r, making +he plow, deliver,.d
$.4.50. But the BuoY proposes tb do better than this and will send the Bnov
ene yer r and fi nish one of these plows complete at the factory fo-r $4.oO
purchaser to pay freight
T'he low may be seen ill operation at the editor's residence at any time
Order from the BUOY direct,

It's 10 to 1 you do if you are a victim
of malaria.
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almost deadly after effects,

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to curo malaria, sick ljadac!.9, bJiousanss,
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On Sale at the Iradin -

An Actor's Success May Not Depend
on the Number of His Lines.
An actor, known variously as "expe-
rienced," "reliable" and "good all-
round," one who has been said to "play
with authority," and whose "scholarly
reading of his lines" has been the sub-
ject of frequent eulogy, walked out of
his manager's-fflice with a roll of type-
written manuscript clutched tightly in
his hand and a look of blended joy and
elation Irradiating his well seamed
"I've got my new part," he cried joy-
ously to a friend whom he met on the
sidewalk, "and it's great."
"Indeed," said his friend. "What's
the character?"
"Dunno," replied the Thespian cheer-
fully, "but it's simply great. If you
don't believe me just heft this.'" And
his friend proceeded to "heft" the type-
written roll, remarking as lie handed
it back that it must weigh at least half
a pound.
If this good all round actor h;d pos-
sessed any real knowledge of lis craft
he would have known thllt the failure
he scored was due to the fact that his
half pound part was one of those
worthless ones which read -well and
"heft" well, but which afford the play-
er no opportunity to do anything pleas-
ing to the public.
When Mr. Palmer gave out the parts
for the first production of "The Two
Orphans" there was one roll of manu-
script that was the lightest of all and
weighed so little that the part hefters
in the company turned up their noses
in scorn and turned pitying glances on
the young hctress to whom it was as-
signed. Yet th;;t was.the part of Lou-
ise, the blind girl, and Miss Kate Clax-
ton's performance of it will remain in
the popular memory long after every
other olnirncter in the piece shall have
been forgotten.- Jainc I, F'oril in Har-
pers Weekly,

2- -----qg;7Br'-a~~j'~*"---i~

Post, St. Andrew, Fla.

She Had Her Way.
The late Counselor E., chairman oi
the quarter sessions for Dublin, was o
remarkailie for his lnlency to fi"m:h
culprits that a woman was seldom con-
victed when he presided.
On. one' occasion when this humane
barri,-ror was in the chair a primn look-
ing woman was put to the bar of the
commission court, at which presided
the equally humane though perhaps
oot so gallant Baron S.
She was indicted for uttering forged
bank notes. .A-, .i-dinu to usual forms
of law, the clerk of the crown asked
the prisoner If she was ready to take
her trial.
With becoming disdain she answered
"No!" She was told;by the clerk she
must give her reasons why.
As if scorning to hold conversation
with the official, she thus addressed
his lordship: "My lord, I won't be
tried here at all. I'll be tried by my
Lord E."
The simplicity of the woman, coupled
with the well known character of E.,
caused a roar ot laughter In the court
which even the bench could not resist.
Baron S., with his usual mildness,
was about to explain the impossibility
of her being tried by the popular judge
and said, "le can't try you," when
the woman stopped him short and,.
with an inimitable sneer, exclaimed:
"Can'ttry me? I )beg yo-ur pardon,
my lord; he trie;l me twice before."
She was tried, however, and for the
third time ac
A Perfec-t Altruit-t.
Charles KI:ugs' of hi:; wifo > t -o i:i); er af C('anon Tet-
ley of :'.I:- 1oi (':: : l
"She is tLi s;'VCe-!,t, k!indc:st heart-
ed woman in the world !:e said enthu-
slastically. "Why, Mrs. Tetley,-if my
wife were going to be executed her
first anxiety would be that any one
who wished to see it might get a good

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