Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00212
 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 15, 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: VID00212
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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I . ..*., ; ., tri.t, S. R. M al-
!,r,, :". .- -,i District, J. P.
i i l,, : : ,.. '. ille .
t': r.-citi .at.\es- lst Distric%, S. M.
:-parkian, Tampa; 2d District,
Frank Clark, Lake City; 3d District,
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee,
Land Ofie--Register, W. G. Robin-
sou; Receiver, 1I. 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 PubUc Instruc-
tion, W. M. Holloway; Commission-
er of Agriculture, B. E. McLin.
S State Senator, S. W. Clark, Blounta-
i town. .. .

eri-'f,'C. G. Allen, Ver-
non; Deppty, C. H. Danford; Tax
Collector, Jno. R. Thompson, St.
Andrew; Treasurer, Louis H. Howell,
Vernon; Tax Assessor, J. W. Bowen,
Duncan; 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.
MilUville-Postmaster, Henry Bovis;
Constable, J. H. Daffin,
Parker-Postmtaster and Notary Publi4
W. IU. Parker.
Callaway-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
Saunders-Postmaster, R. Peters.
Allanton-Pomastaster, Andrew Allan.
Andersou-Postmaster, S. W. Ander-
West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
Murfee-Postmaster, James M. Murfee,
Uay-Postmistress, Mrs.. RGay.
Tompkils-Posttimaster, Emery Tomp-
Bayhead-Postmaster, 0. C. Tompklns..
Cook-Postmaster, J. J. Fowler.
Wetappo--Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.

Calhoun- County Cromanton-Postmas-
ter Frank W. Hoskins.
Farmdale--tostmaster, W. F. Wood-

Sthe niotthelin mails, via, Andersdn,
(ay, Bay Head and Chipley. departs
every dtay except. Sunday at 3:00
o. Ol'eck a. m., arrived every day ex-
S ep cpt Sunday at 7:15 p. nm.
)ferA t Unay fofor Harpisou, Mlllville,
t:" Cromulton Parker, Pittsburg, Cook,
La, i:mlale and Wetappo leaves St.
Andrews every morning except Suu-
jday iit 5:30) o'clock, arrives, coming'
westat 7 o'clock p. im.
Bj l tli-'t-Cliurch Wyoming ave. front-
iutg I'ark St. Services at 11 a. m. and
7:3U p. m. Sunday School every Suni
Jay at 10 a. m. Rev. C. L. Joyner,
Ml.tuodist Episcopal-Church Wash-
iogton ase. and Chestnut st Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday.
.ev' i t 51. Cl onilwa pa tl)C.
.'esbyterian--Chrinli corner loralne
Ave. and Drake St, Rev. 0. C. Doi-
phiL pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. i. every Sunday, John Stur-
r ock, Supt.
i Catlolic-- linhrch corner Wyoming
.\ vc. and Fos.tei 8.

Parker Lodge No. 142
AF. & A.. i/I.
S r Ifegular (Irimumai-
-cations on the first
and th'iird attirday
in each month.
/ Vtsitilng Brotlhers
W. A. EMMoNS.Secretarv


Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notary
Public for the State at Large; has
Jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
affidavits, legalize acknowledg-
ments, etc., anywhere in Florida.
Special attention given to land con-
'. veyances and marriage ceremony per-
formed for lawfully qualified parties.
h-i km tt4001.ruoy Office, St. Andrews
.. Bay.
Attorney at Law,
Vernon, Fl~.
Notary public for State at large. Of
fce at Store, corner of Loraine ave-
nue and Cincinnati st, All Notarial
work solicited 'and *1ven prompt at-
Stention. .
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.

f tiom6eopathic Physician and Accou-
cheur. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
i* *
Notarf Pullic for the State of Flor-
ida at Large.' Office at Parker, Fla.
Conveyancing and payment of taxes
for non-residents, specialties.
Babtu Matrimontal Advertisement.
W'anted.-A match for an independ-
ent, beautiful young widower of thir-
ty-six years, of respectable and very
rich family. Possesses handsome
amount of thousands and numerous
golden ornaments of his previous wife.
-Lahore Tribune.

Badly Bitten.
Maudie-Pa, will our new mamma
go mad after awhile? Father-What a
question! Why do you think such a
thing? Maudie-Well, -I heard her tell
the cook yesterday that she got badly
ittten when she married you

One Dollar a Year ini Atdvance.

Entered Sept 3. 191 2, at St. Andre-w,
Fla., as seconJ class i latter, under
Act ol Congr.mss of March 3. Iti' .

P [ C0 R lE' 0 Rv.

Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
month. P'otion and extraordinary
condition rates subject to special
"LocarIDrift."5c per line, fi r:t inper--
-tion; 2c eacf-.suebsequent. I) 4?
-. 'Inirp a _"****'Jl

wMe pencil it is a reminder that your
subscription has expired and that two
orphree extra numbers will be sent
you that no break may occur should
you choose to renew.

wfrp OF THE Cf

Brant President-Mrs. W. A. Emons.

Branch President-Mrs. W. A. Emmons.

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

"Have you hbd a kindness shown?
Pass it on;
'Twas not given for you alone,
Pasi it on;
Let it travel down the years,:
Let it wipe another's tears,
Till in heaven the eed appears,
Pass it on."

Motto-Good Cheer.
C'olors-Yellow and White
State color---Deep Orange.
Flbwer- Coreopsis.
Song--"Scatter Sunshine."

If you are tempted to reveal
A tale some one to you has told
About another, make it pass
Before you speak, three gates of gold.

These narrow gates, first,, "Is it true?'
Then,"Is it needful?" In your mind
Give truthful answer. And the next
Is last and narrowest, "Is it kind?,'

And if to reach your lips at last,
It passes through these gateways
Then you may tell the tale, nor fear
What the result oi speech may be.

T'he greatest thing in the world is
happiness, It is the highest attain-
ment. It is the greatest blessing, It
is the most valuable thing in the
world, net even excepting health, for
what is health if you are unhappy?
Money cannot by happiness.
Money can buy clothes, pate de fuie
gras, diamonds and orchids, but
these things, of theinselves, will not
produce happiness. A man can have
a million dollars and .be happy, but a
mai nmay be a millionaire from tlhe
*landpoint of happiness and yet not
have a cent in the bank. No tru-.t,
no legislation, no taskmaster can pre-
vent you and us from having out fill
of happiness. It is like air. It is tree
to all.
There is only one wyy to get hap-
piness, that is, by making others hap-
py. You can maae others happy by
grasping their hand, by a smile, by a
Liudd word, by your aid when your
friend is in trouble, by an encourag-
ing word, by an act of self-denial, by
throwing sunshine in the shadow
land of sorrow. You can make others

happy in a thousand ways, and each
aun every thing you do to make your
brother or sister happy adds to yonr
own storehouse of happiness. You
can spend all of your money and all
of your health, but you cannot spend
all ofyour happiness. The more hap-
piness you give to others, the more
you will have left.
Drnmmond said: "If there be any
good deed I can do, let nie do it now,
let me not deter or put it off, for I
shall not pass this way again." :e-
solve'to make one person just a little
happier each day, and see how happy
you will be. If you live for yourself'
only, and within yourself, you will
be, a miserable pessimist,. Start

1 tuilay to cai n Il i ,|a|ine.-.-; doj ii,,t

put it off-WVilli:,m (C'. hluinter.

Two caterpillars cr.iwling on a leaf.
By some strange accident in contact
Their conversation, passing all belief,
Wasthat same argument, the very
That has been "proed and conned"
from man to man.
Yea, ever since the world began.
The ugly creatures,

-' ap .. .:

Let no one weaiy in such well do-
ing; my own experience, carried over
the same number ot years, justifies
my belief that Sunshine in Florida is
a living, growing power,-Mrs. M. L.

;hie ii;i-.t a whole life is a strong
ger thing than all the reason in the
'Wm "-a.- -r

The Old Jupar.e'e 6ft
In the d. ys Htfur thie ti of Ja-
pan were o,::.u- :i :'' ;' :. Cf
telegrnphsl rallroatds and etriclty
had .found their way into bl isIl.iu,
,nlpIr,. the lufrePuIiient nmatr ii e ca
tried Iy poSt rlnu-ers, i ioeTTe the
merest npnlgvy of a Ilu- c 4i'td blue
aind wlilte ragIs iroWnd01t1 i b-
'They wore for tbe most Qp1fl elab-
orate suit of tattoo, with a.rt: '-snr on
each shoulder, tlhe m t'k omtiitr call
Ing. The letters wert, i -'ed in n
waterproof package andBd l- tJ ihe
end. of a. bamboo pole;. over
his"shbulder and a pai.-rd sau-

S-u, iui and wordy
To speculate upon a future life.
The first was optimistic, full of hope;
The second, quile dyspeptic, seemed to
Said number one, 'I'm sure of our sal-
Said number two, "L'm sure of our
Our ,ugly forms alone would seal our
And bar our entrance through the
golden gates.
Suppose that death should take us una-
How could we climb the golden stairs?
If maidens shun us as they pass us by,.
Would angels bid us welcome in the
I wonder what great crimes we have
That leave us so forlorn and so unpit-
Perhaps we've been ungrateful, unfor-
'Tis plain to us that life's uot worth the
'Come, come, cheer up," the jovial
worm replied,
"Let's take a look upon the other side;
Suppose we cannot fly like moths or
Are we to blame for being caterpillars?
Will that power that doomed us crawl
the earth,
A prey to every bird that's given birth,
Forgive our captoi as he eats and sings,
And damn poor us because we have not
If we can't skim the,air like owl or bat,
A worm will turnSp'jf---' th. iu-~~--
They argued through the summer; au-
tumn nigh,
The ugly things composed themselves
to die;
And so to make their funeral quite com-
Each wrapped him in a winding sheet.
The .tangled web encompassed them
full soon,
Each for his coffin made him a cocoon,
All through the winter's chilling blast
they lay,
Dead to the world; aye, dead as human
Lo, spring comes forth with all her
warmth and love;
She brings sweet, justice from the
realms above;
She breaks the chrysalis, she resur-
rects the dead;
Two butterflies ascend encircling her
And so this emblem shall forever be
A sign of immortality.

If it is possible to any, by taking a
little thought to enable the state
president or branch president and
Sunshine members in any place to
accomplish the giving of small pleas-
ures, well and good. There must be
many who cguld, by gifts of money
or postage, secure the greater pleas-
ures and relieve actual need, not by
way of charity, which would disturb
and antagonize, but as Sunshine.
which would enable Florida to take
the place her name deserves iA the'
International Sunshine Socieil
Believe me, our Florida sunshine
work is not a vague, unreal thing, al-
though'as an organization we do not
stand well among the states.
On one hand many may feel as one
of our older members expresses it:
"Just as loug as some managed to
give some little. insignificant object
etc., why then, if they did not imme-
diately get a good coat, hat or dress
or something substantial, the Sun-
shine was no good to them;" such un-
pleasant experiences make one glad
to retire creditably, and fortunate are
all it they can say with this one, "I
am still an individual member and it
is the greatest pleasure 1 have out-
side of my own family circle, having
faithful correspondents of' eight or
nine years standing; others not quite
as long, but just as dear and just as
much appreciated."

"Well, well," said the man anxious-
ly, as one who realized he was in a
predicament and need-d the good will
of every one. "I'm sure while Miss
Ellen is sick you will look after the
children, and I will not forget it when
I pay you next week."
This bit of diplomacy elIited no
reply from the other end of the wlre.
"Has Miss Bessie gone to school?"
"She has not. Sure the string's off
her hood and one of her rubbers is
lost entirely, and I told her sbe'd best
stay home till her Aunt Elle .could-


JIUNE 15, 1905,.

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n *~'~i t I "' L ,! nri t pr:: 1rv. 1,

tIer himqbaud. a.r!ii and ui:in ., tilI
Lwork for Flenry P;o.Jo'i. pre-:leiit or
the Exces.4r ilardwti ra eomipanu.
fihUWJ. i~diib r .e -nI *) hlu IL rlsh -

In'to the dish ifn. "FrPttiln' hl soul
out about tlhoie two chlUdren It's no
place fot me afndl yri'. T'ui r-ther .
(':,1 minl o"r tbe 1 : i 1 1 .1 .u ;.
r :- ry. '.h 't .ir 'ii .. : !., LII1 i-r
this and a fly be mngU;!it anUt.'e Utl.io it!
bargain, Miss Elk'n's no good at all, a:
all. When she's in !he lhonuse she's i
bed, .nd- when she's not in bed she'%-
out of the house."
Tim shook his head and ma-rirhed out
to the stable, and Mary turn-ed to ;ace
a shrinking little figure in the door-
"I want to sit behind the stove, Mary.
There's no fire in the library, and I';!
cold all over."
"I'll bet the young un's going' to be
sick," said Mary as she made room for
the child on the wood box behind the
stove. "She ought to had on her warin
flannels last week.' Sit there, dear.
whilst I tell you about the fairies Pad
dy O'Glyn met on his way to Donegal
The man at the other end of the lin(
had been leaning back in a chair, star-
ing up at the ceiling. Finally he called
his stenographer and dictated a letter.
It was addressed to Charles Dickson
and wound up as follows:
"While you're in (I,1I.gI I wish you
would stop in to see your aunt Mary
Graves. Things are not going right at
the house, I fear. Ellen is too frivolous
and fond of society to do what is en-
tirely riglft by us and the children.
Your aunt Mary Is a capable woman
and would pull things t'g..--Lb- in less
than no time."
But even with the letter started on
its way Mr. Dickson felt uneasy. Aunt
Mary was capable, but was she sym-
pathetic enough to deal with those
children? He recalled the gentle waiys
and the fair face of the dead daughter-

wagr-^daibttie BT1e. but the men
were trained to speed and bad .reruark-
able endurance.

Hill ot the Poison Plant.
Close to the frontier of Nepal Is the
mountain of Sandook-Phu; which
means in the Tibetan language "the
hill of the poison plant," r aconite.
This plant is so abundant asd' so dead-
ly in its effects that all sheep and cat-
tle passing over the mountain are muz-
zled by-their drivers. An English trav-
eler saw at its foot great heaps of dis-
carded bamboo muzzles. Curiously
enough, only those cattle that are new-
ly imported from the plainsare fatally
affected. The natives believe that the
sheep of the district learn to shun the
youngest leaves, which art-che most
virulent. A more likely explanation is
that they grow habituated t6 the drug
by taking it in small quantities.


a a AN -CE .


Copirright, loif., by T. C. MeCture

"Two hundred thirty-four J don't an-
:v-r." said central, ringing off, "but be-
'o'er she cr.pld lean back for an in-
t.unt's breathing spell 710 M called hr
up again.
'"Ceitral, why can't I get my bouQq?"
"I'Ti sure I don't know," she abswer-
*d, with a suspicion of l.aughte lun tier,
ice. cc
"Ill. bet those confoundede8 vanta
-r lgk^ltphz.f lvii LUu Lustfui.
"ing "erm again, and ring 'emi like
Central obeyed his orders eueig-:'tical-
J, but without results. -
"I can't get any answer," she said
;'ntIly to the irate ma-n at the ethl'.
-n. of the line, "but I'll try them again.
in a few minutes, and if I get an an-
-.er I'll call you up. No, I won't-for-
get," she said, almost before theman
iadi uttered his warning. "I kno-wyou
':a;l the house every morning from oour
"Thank you," said the man, nu a.h
molliied. "Those servants are so ca;'-.
less, and my niece, ,wNho lo-okI aftdr th.e
children, is confined to h.-r rooi L:,
Circleville's telephone syEt'-'m ] wa
not very complicated. The thrce gih;s
who presided in the central otfi-e were
not kept occupied as in a It"il:. city
because this was a new institution in
the pretty inland city and subsr'Ibera
were not coming in fast enough io sat-
isfy the telephone' company. OniV one
of the girls hailed from C'r, i, ille.
The other two were from Chiue..., and
it was Margaret Baxter, on0u of the
Chicago girls, who had tnuwe i-d Mr.
Dickson's imperative calls. :
For the next few minutes ste was
kept busy plugging in and out nb hei
board. But all the time a Iqueel little
smile hovered about her lips uid a
light almost tender shone in her eyes.
"It would be very funny," ste said
to herself, "if it should all be s -aight.
ened out by telephone, and I would
not be at all surprised if that's just
what Jack hoped for." Then she turn-
ed suddenly and rang up 234 J.
A rather thick voice with a distinct
brogue answered this call wjilt a sul-
len "Hello." Margafet's faci turned
grave add firm lines showed nboiit her
"Why has no one answered the tele-
phone?" she said rather sternly. "I
have been ringing you on and off for
fifteenn minutes."
"Sure I've something' to do beside
running' up them stairs to answer this
bell. It's a wonder a woman can't eat
her breakfast in peace."
Margaret connected 231 J with 710
AI, sighing softly to herself, "Poor
Charley and his babies at the mercy
of that woman."
The conversation at the wire claim-
ed her attention. There were reasons
why she felt she had a right to listen.
"Hello, Mary, is this you?"
S"Yes, sir."
"H1ow is Master Reginald?'" ;
"Fine, sir."
"What did he eat for his breakfast?"
"A peach, a howl of rice and milk
and five cakes."
"Now, Mary, I've told you repeated-
ly not to let him have hot cakes."
"Then, sir, y'u''ll have to stay at
home and keep him from it. It's a
cook I am and no nurse."

NO. 13;

of her, te hledr wbaf Reggle descrried
as corklig goblin storlea, the sound
of a latchkey fell upon Mr. Dlckson's
11i ros- urncertaluly: s.) did Margaret
Baxter aud so did the two children.
Anil tLnt was the sceue upon which en-
terel haLnrles Dlckwun. general repre-
'ientntie for the Excelsior Hardware
-.ompany, JIn4t returned from a hArd
trill, n th- road. Hfe looked at his fa-
ther. wh,- flufslied. He looked at Mar-
garet Baxter, who smiled. He looked
at the tw j children, who shrieked sa-
Tmultlieoiosly nnd made a rush at him.
When be had.-escaped fropn their
embraces lia fath er jred tomake

younger man dhved Thm aside.'
"I have known Margaret for some
tiu e--lin fact, long before you knew
her. When the children have finished
there" frolic and gone to bed I-well, we
will explain this matter to you."
Mr. Dickson, Sr., looked from his
sqn's dancing eyes to Margaret Bax-
ter's flushed face and remarked dryly,
"It won't be necessary. A-nd while
Miss Baxter is finishing that goblin
story you had better telegraph to Aunt
Mary. Tell her she need not come.
We've changed our minds."



C.opyrLaht, 190k, by Ina WrtF'yt Hatnsy'

I found Florlne by the tea table or
the veranda gazing dreamily into hei
cup. She wore my roses in the belt
of her white gown and in her bronze
hair. For some time I had not dared
to approach Florine without being for.
tified with disagreeable speeches; ota
erwise I should have been guilty of
proposing to her. Considering that her
monthly income was quite equal to my
aunual one, a proposal of marriage
from me would be palpably absurd. I
sighed, and'my sigh aroused Florine.
"Oh, I'm glad it's youl" she said
brightly. "I saw a visitor In nmy tea
I frowned and took a chair on the
other side of the table.

"Wouldn't what? Give yo M
of tea? Well, you needn't drink it.
Are you afraid it will hurt your com-
plexion ?"
Her tone was bantering, but her
eyes had a hint of concern in their
violet depths. I looked away as I an-
swered: *
"The other night at pif you turned
your chair around three times, and
then when you lost you attributed it to
the misplacing of your rabbit foot."
"I did make a mistake," she said
gravely. "It wasn't the rabbit foot;
it was the day. Wednesday is my un-
lucky day."
"If you keep on folks will think you
are weakminded," I continued, keep%
ing my gaze carefully from the danger-
ous charm of her face. "I have actual-
ly heard it said that you wear an amu
Florlue was silent so long that 1
was compelled to glance at her. She
was regarding me with what might be
term-ed a complex look. Her mouth
was dimpled with smiles, her lifted
brow. wcero derisive, but her eyes were
troubled. I ignored the eyes.'
'"This superstition business detracts
from your reil worth," I went on re-
lentlessly. "It is the flaw in the dia-
mond, the bhl:-ht In the rose, the-the"---
"Fly in the ointment?" she suggested
"To have It told around that you
wear an amulet!" I reiterated in fine
Then Florine laughed. When Florino
"You poor old dearI" she exclaimed
as soon as she was able. "I don't be-
lieve you have the ghost of an idea
what an amulet is!"
I was solid on that score, for I had
just learned the definition from the
"'An object, usually a peculiar bit
of stone, metal, bone, paper, wood or
the like, worn by superstitious people
as a protection against witchcraft,
bad luck, disease, accidents, etc. A
'O)h, don't" she choked. "You are
too absurd." Then she went off into
another gale of laughter.
"I don't see where the absurdity
comes in," I retorted. "If that isn't
an amulet, then what is It?"
I supped my tea with dignity while
Florine recovered herself.
"I knew a girl once who wore an
amulet," she said at last. "It was the
-well, the picture of somebody she
Picture--ahi To be sure, I wasn't
an Adonis, neither was I afraid of
breaking the camera, but for one rea-
son or another I had faced a photog-
rapher. Picture, was It? Was she the
girl? I wondered.
"It wasn't bone, metal, stone, paper
or wood," she went on. "And she I
didn't wear it as a protection against
anything. She just wore It because
she liked it, because she liked the man -
whose picture waa in it"
"It wasn't an amulet then," 1 said,
setting down my cup.
"It was an amulet," contradicted
Florlne. "Unimaglnary folks get their
definitions out of the dictionary. Other
"How about a walk?"l I Interrupted.
I couldn't even pretend to be diaLur- .-
able any longer; neither could I mu-,4
ter up determination enough to leave
her-lovely, laughing .sprite that she'

tUk I L1 ., :, 10qbo Lave another
.111 :' 'rh,: 411,1Ui Tr'*j.
,"L)u ,.:ou sce lhfwlj In yur teacup?"
I u--k,'rtl.
I L;, .-him at the gat.,," she
lr~I:.,l, "al:hjugi hbe way bl conil4
to .141t? L I'ni. Ie IHis very fondl of
fRL-110.al I'Pu3sibly I shall be at thi
-niutu'' LIho s'( hIvoh."
It %v.L v lcrliy a dare, and I took I -
I c:tto tel. summer Ii:use. Around
tho aia"1.. hbsoud are trees nd flow-
cis: iw rrour ii A ninatf4re,444e-,A. k-

Ills oreec l,
A, I sat down something at my feet
,-aught ray eye. I picked it up. It was
a hei:rt hanped locket set with rubles.
It flew open nl my hand, disclosing
two scraps of white cloth. I exam-
ined the pieces with some Interest, es-
peclally as I noticed that my mono-
gram graced the upper one. They were
two corners from one o f my haihdker
chiefs evidently. Anyway it was my
monogram. When my eyes fell on.thq
other piece a bewildering lot of
thoughts chased through my brain, for
that piece bore my profile, ttaaced clev,
erly In purple Ink, Florine's amulet-
a "picture of a man she liked!" Nd
more letting a paltry fortune stand be
tween us, if she really cares, alld it
must be she cares, or-
When I got so far I jumped up and
started joyfully fr Florince' presence
Then another idea assailed me. Sup-
pose Florine should think that my find-
ing the amulet influenced tliy dcldrd-
tion; that it w:ns an affair of honor, si
to speak. I laid the locket carefully
under a esmal fir and went back to the
sumi~ler house. I was scarcely seated
when Florine came flying down thl
path, her flimsy gfown floatig lke *'
lovely white cloud around her.
"You can laugh or you can scold.,
don't care!" she asserted tearfully. "
did wear an amulet, but ndw it'd
gule !"
She sat down by me and dabbed at
-her pretty eyes with a square inch of
'ace edged nen.
I neither laughed nor scolded. I be
gn telling her a story:
"Once upon a time there lived a beauw
tif.l princess adored by every one. IId
her court was a man, neither rich noi
overwise, but loving her,. he thought,
bc-et of all. S!ie nrcned him of hantna

rrsUn iagnmaton', and maybe be had
none, but hb saw in the sunset gold of
the princess' hair, In every blue flower
lhue of her eyes, in every purling
tr'eanilet. the music of her laughter.
OPc en he criticised the *princess, al-
thmur', to him she was perfect"-
"What did he do it for, then?" cried
! "wino.
"Hle bad a mighty purpose."
Fl)rine giggled. I looked at her sus-
pictously, but she made another dab at
her eyes, so I went on:
"For all his harsh words he repented
in sackcloth and ashes, and when the
day of his repentance was over he
knelt on the ground at her feet"--
"Oh, no!" corrected Florine. "He
might have taken rheumatism or somwe
Were ever eyes so blue or lips sd
sweet? I plunged ahead recklessly:
"He took her little hand in his"-
suiting action to the word-"and put
his arm ar:ouwnl l:r so and kissed her
like thi:-
'"Ho\v dare you?" said Florine very
"I don't dare," I answered meekly.
"I was only showing you what the man
did vwho belonged in the court of thd
"Well, go on," she commanded-
"I can't."
"I don't know what the princess did
after he-after that," I sighed, al-
though looking at Florine hopefully;
,he siaued.
"O', thlie prucess said, ,'I have lost
my amulet, and I can never see hap-
piness without it; so methinks I will,
publish a decree that to him who find-
eth it will I gh;e his heart's de.tire.'"
"Describe the amulet, O princes s'-"
,"The decrpe sieiuld rtate that the
an6ulet. is enclosed within a ca&pe of
gold, shaped like" my l-ing heart and
set around with rnibit-s lIke l'op3 of.
my own heart's blood; that tllh amu-
letis of flne linen, r:.:m-le 1 with purple;
that each setparnte line stands for .love,
trust, happiness; that all the lines tor
l' thl.r form the linanments of-of"-
Flor:ne's dark la I:,, rested upon
very pLink cheeks. Shl' hesitated.
"I go, to search for the qmul2t;"'1 anu
nour e'ol, risi.ng. -
S.he looked at m. e a :,,',,. I'ngly. I-
peered under the step, rl-ide tv-o short:
detours in lhe di'~,;I'Mon of the lakeC'
th'-.u cdiscverwt it o:ier a small' fir
Ilorine c'larird h1i'r lt:tt!e hands.'
"Hlow beautifunily t.h :tory i:'oedsl"
-s :'e -'kd ,an I ,;::t down- :again to tell
her u.-y h-.'urt's C th'.
"I a' i wo-.ulc:';-':, i'. )ig'," r;he ii. ,
a very lor, iir7 e ;.;!'-rwanr-, "how teo'
ntal c-tane to find tle nlule:t r:i:lcr a:L
ti- troo wv-;-'n tIe p ;nn--'Os- lost it l:i the'
mumrnicor housee"

Mother's Ear
A Wo I0 MOI erMR' E AR# WffE*n
Send for free saftple.
SCOTT & BONE, Chemistsi
409-4ts Pearl Street, New Yoirk
50c. and $.oo; all druggists.

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would wa ver about her face
and smile once in awhile. But she was
better than the more uncertain element
he had dreaded-a stepmother for his
beloved grandchildren.
And all the time Margaret Baxter sat
in front of,the switchboard, plugging
the Jacks and thinking. Just before he
closed up his desk to go home Mr.
Dickson was surprised to catch her
voice with a new, almost friendly ac-
"Is this Mr. Dickson?"
"Shall I call Mary and tell her to
have the children come down to meet
Mr. Dickson lived some distance be-
yond the street car terminus, and Tim
always drove down in the runabout to
meet him. It never struck him as odd
that the telephone girl knew of his
daily habit. Perhaps she lived in the
neighborhood. He answered in a re-
lieved tone:
"Yes; I'd forgotten to call her."
"And if you didn't call her she
wouldn't remember, would she?"
"No, no," agreed the man; "these
servants are a great trial." Then as
central rang off he murmured to him-
self: "There's a girl who will make a
fine business woman some day. I
would not mind having her in my
And, though he could never tell just
how it happened, from that time on it
was central who had the trying conver-
sation with Mary until Miss Ellen got
about, and after that with Miss Ellen
herself, merely giving him a condensed
report of the conversation. This saved
his time, which was valuable, and It
pleased his fancy that some one appre-
ciated his absorbing Interest, in the
That was why he had a bouquet of
flowers -sent up to the telephone ex-
change one day and a box of candy an-
other. Several times he was tempted to
call in person, but he finally decided
that seeing the girl face to face might
prove a disillusion. Faces and voices
do not always harmonize, and yet he
thought of the great relief it was to re-
ceive messages from central instead of
irate Mary or butterfly Ellen. He felt
sure that this particular voice stood
for a face fair and womanly. Then he
would recall a recent letter from his
son, Aunt Mary would come for-a con-
But finally an inspiration came to
him. Reggie was having a birthday.
Ellen, with characteristic heedlessness,
had forgotten this important event and
had arranged to join a house party for
the very night. But this should not
stand In the way of a proper observ-
ance of the occasion. Reggie should
have a birthday spree, and the guest of
honor should be this central girl, with
whom the two children had held many
little talks across the wire.
She accepted the invitation sent In
Reggle's name. She rode out In the
runabout driven by the suspicious Tim,
who had made unpleasant remarks to
his wife -about old fools and pretty
girls. And she finally entered the
door opened by Mr. Dickson himself,
He gave a sigh of relief, which was
drowned" in the tumultuous greetings
of the children. She was just what he
had dreamed of, but what he had not
dared to hope for. They had a merry
evening, and when the two children
were sitting down, one on either side

AR 1 T 1 M E,

S-d. r :

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NOt TK.-l must ie reme nlleml r I I l1.1, i'I
*wid is not a wholly reliablle motive po) -
er and if the sailors sometimes find it i n-
Iposaible to make schedule tine it minst Iie
eI argued tothe elements; they do the best
Ihev caln.

The tchr. (leopatra arrived from
ieaiNacul, Mn.udlay mnioi ling..
The str. Tarpoi reach-.1 St. An.
drew from tho south at 3:15 .Friday
'aferiioon. .,Ie returned from the
west yeHstrday at 11:40 a. in.

S 'sr : ZL.
Fitted iu sple1i;dd condition to take e, -
JpdPIOaCll 4^er' tfo aaT port on.
."'tjit ay or Gulf. (;.od calin prolection
iI the .evenf oft-had weather. Terms reas-
OaJmble. Also,
Capacity 10,0(00 fectof Lumler will Ferry
between Farmdale and Allanton. on East
Bay and will deliver freight of every de-
scription, inicludiing live stockk to any
point on St. Andrews Bay. Por particu-
lars, address W. F. WOODFOaD, Farm-
dale, Fla.
Makes regular tris between St. An
drews B.iy and Punsacols. Good passed
ger acconiinodiatiomis and special atten-
tiou paid to handling and carrying freigh
at reasonable rates. For particulars ad
dress, CAPT. S. W. ANDERSON,
Anderon, Fla
L. E, )DANsu, MASTEa
,eaves St. Andrews lHay every Tuesdai
leaves Pensacola every Frida
weatherr pemi ittimig). Special atte;
tion will Ie giren to receiving and
forwarding freight for nurtiesliving or
Eaal and North Bay, passengers fo
S poimim on either arm ofr tle Blty cai
depend upon securiiing' prompt tra.;iE
oortation at reasonable rates. Fo
trtiher inflorl nation apply fo
L. Ai. \atx, Agr.
NA l'llTI A I.AU SU ,

CatirieH (lie East iiy i Mail hlieween S
Aadrews Bay, WeI;ipp auid interned
,te points. Le;ives SI. Andrews daily
except Suntdai) al 6:00 a. im. arrive a
Wetappo at )12:30 p. in.; leave Wetapp
at.). Q p., ",; aarrives at St. Andrews a
r2:3< '.' m i. Ala) ", ,i H n ,, -.Tir _,. .'-..-tL-- .--'

dang, nu I. .. -. --
anIlipostolice whimrf. Fprl. pisseogen
freilght ralts; si'e rate card in (lie sev
eral postollices.
F. A. WVliIri-amIi., Manager.

A WVeek's 1Veatheir.
r'hi following table eives the miax
41u11tn, inlnilliIl arnd mean tempera
-titres, the ri-ii fall and direction of tli
wind, for the twenty-four hours ndin
at 7 o'clock p in.. as indicated by U. S
'ivternimenu self-registerin-l thlermon
(:ters. Max:Min. Me n. It'n. \V '
Juno.. 7 94 62 7 .(
8 93 "10 ?1 1 .0(t> v
'" 914 72 13 .I, )
10 9)1 769 .00 ,
11 89 719 9 .00 s M
i2 91 70 61 .o" %v
13 93 ;6 St .1:09
Forwek. !)2 I 70- I83 .U
A ULion Prayer Meeting will be fieli
at the M. E. church this, (Thursday
evening, comumencing at 7:30 ...... Rev
Dr. Roseborough, synodic;dl evnangelist
will conduct a series of (vang:elisti
meetings in the Presbylerian churel
commencing next Sunday, and continue
ing every "evening thereafter for ,on
week, at 7:30 o'clock....... The Presby
terian Sunday school will uniie w.tl
that of the M. E church,and a uniit
school will be conducted- every Sunda3
morning at 10 o'clock in the M. E
Everybody is cordially invited to al
of these services.

A nrl *.Ir' : : u .,- *.,*,*-.:<..
It Wal'a. he 'lt t ic 1-', i; i : 1 "- "
ty new flat., ii; ..I r (. i o. ': inc!ii; d
1o cele"Iral> the jP'). ;I ''y v. (ili ;
A Silinidr which wvu:d i :I, heIir ;, ti.
b u.lut ld think he had married 1 i t uionli
"the sweetest gl.:l 14 the- w d,'.'" but
r "ti*' best. cok.'". It v:n perf' ,'
S lovely to t. t,1 little roc!:dI di:i:::i
room tRlle with rihe nicest pre:ien~:..
a nd-ttle preparation of' 4 t,:miot;.g
salad aud dessert was not ex;:'tly a
trying ordeal, but the roa,'ting of the
chicken made her a little nervous. Aft-
er succeeding, with the ass.lt""nce of
a large oilcloth book, in :g.*li ; the
fowl Into the oseu sale sAi,;: l'i'rl:l'sheer
relief. A little later, when the music
had ceased and the silence in the
kitchen became su:.pi li.u-. Mr. G.
opcenel the door. Kneelin'l, down be-
fore the oven, with flushed face and
tearful eyes, was \trs, U. On the
floor beside her was the c().ikbook, and
l,1 one hti'nd wa.; a hlog ini' .dlti with
whJle thread. "(Oh. deari,'," ,:' c ,i'd,
"'t is going t, hbIrn my h:-l ;,:i Just
dre:cdfu:lltu. to hb's,'-, ;I chl'.k a o'very
. (fiteen .!;"- uii li t lo I>t .
A No tnrrun. -.
"Youl w ll tlnre t;, nl(''rti!):i liy ime,"
anid Ihb now aid '':,l 'to-' o';:-,r of the
tI'w, .'i:hi .' a firm h;rnd o1u. lhe, armi of
tbe sply -a 1 ;I nt '' "r was Ii:.;[.iii
night hMte :'. w 'tI ii orl'pIt.
'OCT" f.pr!ii y'y" ri:h- the ,,s'C .!l, If
for'tfn-tl' { ,' ", hi arun in tI'e po-
fic- :u2's, *"".. 't. it 'o yott wishI to Bing
8 4 in ;whblt kce ?"

Hept At!vu,- e.
"'Tfow airA' yo:u t:neg en wit3 your
lnnusic, lny dte:r?" i',iluir- a lady of
bter nlpc,
'We\t, -f 'c leT-,' ,''" ,rpt!.1 Itte nie e
dillident'7, "I! n, u~:al't i:,. prope?:r for
me to ot'i;-llt.eL'-t t::-yeWr, but of-e of
the .t!-hb~o :.--' .,: tIold nm iht,.- have
tfa. 'Ud a-; ; t n:gi3 t on r h-ut., lis. n-
iu to my pyi:nagi;' "


-Rain is getting to be badly needed
it St. Andrew ait the present timic.
-The Buoy is advised that work on
the railroad is progressing satisfact'o-
Blank Warranty Deeds, short foru.
printed on good linen paper'. 25: per
dozen; also blank receipt tabs--10i0 re-
ceipts in a block. 10c each, at the Buoy
-Parker lodge No.142 F. & A. M. will
meet in regular communication next
Saturday at 2:00 o'clock p. m. Visiting
Masons in good standing are invited
to pai ticipate.
--You never have and may never again
Shave an opportunity to get so fine a
fountain pen for so little money as you
can now by complying with the condi.
tions of the coupon to be found else.
whete en this' page.
--Wizard Iik Tablets, Price, per
box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten ounces splen-
didink. Economical netmanent: abso-
lutely indellible, covenient, non-corro-
sive. At the Buoy office.
-The laxative effect of Clamber.
lain'sttotnaedb and LivLr Tablets is s,
agreeable and so natural that you do
not realize it is the effect of a medicine.
For sale by L. M. Ware, St. Andrew
and Bayhead, and all medicinedealers.
--Mr. Robt. A. Willard, for many
years a well-known resident here and
Miss Gertrude Dayton, former deputy
-postmistress at St. Andrew, were mar.
ried at Florala, Ala., on Wednesday,
the 7th inst. Congratulations are ex-
-Handsome letter heads with St.
N Andrews Bav date line and views of
- either St. Andrews BI tu-I. orBuena Vista
- Point, at 8c. per dozen;also mal; of tthe
t St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
. letter, sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the
BUOY oflfce
---Among the out of town contribu-
tors to the rebuilding of the M. E
church, none were more liberal than
the Lewis Bear Company, wholesale
R merchants of Pensacola. The substan.
y tial sum received by Rev. J. M. Conway
y last week is very much appreciated.
d -There may be, and probably are
.i stores that carry larger stocks of eoocds
r than do W. H. Parker &Co.,at Parkeru
n on East Bay; but there are none thai
. have better or*more seasonable goods
adaotod to this trade, and nowhere car
you find greater bargains than there.'
-The patriotic people of the Eas
Bay country aie gting to celebrate th<
Fourth of 'July in g'and style at We
I. tappo, and they want the whole worlt
i- to come and help them make the Eagh
v scream. East Bay is noted for its hos
o pitalty and every one who goes is sure
tt to be tAore than repaid for so doing.
t --A correspondent writes that,hli
--_"'- *nir rnS- -a,^*"'4 yL L... l ..-,.... -:.1-- .








his iark a plcatsant and safe voyage
over the sea of matriumoin. T.'heir fu-"
tur- l home will be in Rock Island, .Ils.,
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An Unusually

W ill 'je h.'I'. t tle M -t p mla
Resort of this Sectio of thie
Con ntoy,


PR 0 RAM: -

Start Early on the Morning
of the Fourth and Coninlue
Until 6 a. m. of the 5th.


Ample Room Will Be Provided, for
Shelter From Either Sun
or Rain!

RBefresiments will le on lIan,

Sports of All Kinds to Suit the

By Oldcr of the (Conumittee.
t.W"*Other information will lbe
furiiisliedl by addressing the Postlnas-,
ter at Allaniton, Fla.

is to.
Aunt Jance-\\'i'Wht :: inan Hon:ry is to
t:a!r and swear! You used to say he
S-ever lost his temiper. Icm:!y-Yes,
that's when he v,-as paying attention
to me. Evidently he was saving until
after he was mai-ried.-Boston Tran-
E.criDt. "
.i.- ..t ...f. u u. rr:, i zi -' ---------z---- -

rown at Econ in lashot and llcl Beern iau' A i d ,
Fz'own at Econtina, last fall, had been shoulder.

captured, and wishes to know if it is
true. The Buoy learns that the murder-
er was on the Peninsula, south of St..
Andrew, last week, but has heard notih-
ing of his capture
-The Buoy is reliably. formed that
a party is negotiating \for property in
St. Andrew with a view to establishing
an ic factory here. It is to-be hoped
that the parties approached will not
frighten himn away from the place by
asking unreasonable prices; for, next to
a railroad, an ice factory is the mIost
desirable establishment within our
-A patron, sending a subscripti-;n
from Saunders, on Sandy Creek, -ays:
"Everythimg- is ,getting- aln ,.' swim-
mingly up here, and all we need cbow is
the Buoy to k, --ii us p',sted on ( ,ihat is
going o on on other parts of tre i'ay,. I

These are thr,:e conmmo)n aihennts for
whiv h Chalmberlai 's I ain BalF ii s ci e- -
ciallv valuable. If promiptly applied itl
will save you time. money, ajnd suileriing
when troubled wiitli rny of these .iniui cents
For sale i>y L. 31. Ware, St. Andr-ew aud
iHr.hinad and all medicine oilerss.

TI-e ,'K-lion e.
W hen iked c by I --;" (:':r-'.-cr to de-.
scribe ihe ba(i<'oll :a N:;'l:r -o s" ol-
Sgirl said, "The U.cklo.e s,. Ie ii .;r
tha:.t holds up tLe h1':d a id ri.it a;ndi
kecps one fr'om ) in v;i:g!,' (.,c' 11u) to
the neck."--Norilorniie ,lea:r.:.

Smay tind tithe to write a few lines fIFm m
c up here, if you can find snace in our ::'
h paper fol* it." [Certainly., with pleas-
e ure,, and thank you. besides.--E. ]
- -A cl,'ar case oi small pox has devel-
h oped at the Britt turpentinei~amip, four
S iles east of St. Andrew; but there is emons M
, no occasion for any uneaiiiness in ro- Lemons S Medicin
gard to it. lor it is strictly' quar'antined
1 --o ouc being permitted to approach Their Wonderful Effect
the premises and the inmattts of the on the Lier, Sth,
house are forbidden to leave it for any the L omah,
distance, and Dr. Booth, 'of (,iy has; Bowels, I(idneys
charge of the patient, and that is suli- and Blood
cient guuranty that every precaution eons are largely used by The
r b e ,sedLetnons are largely used by The
will be exercised, Mozley Lemon Elixir Company, in
-W. Weaver of Millville \ays ar-j compounding their Lemon Elixir,
raigned before Justice Stulrrock on a pleasant Lemon Laxative and
Ti-' n teoifo euh tooby Tonic-s substitute for all Cathartic
,Tnsd: afternoon for refusig g to obey and Liver Pills. Lemon Elixir posl-
a summons to work on the uubilt lhigh- tively cures all Biliousness, Consti-
way and. his little assertion of indo- pation, Indigestion or Dyspepsia,
pendenco cost him an assessment of Headache, Malaria, Kidney Disease,
6.5 include costs. The oral Dizziness, Colds, Loss of Appetite,
$6.75 incuding, costs. The io'rlal of Fevers, Chills, Blotches, Pimples,
this is that it is cheaper and far more all Impurities of the Blood, Pain in
to the credit of the person notified to the Chest or Back, and all otherdis-
obey a road-work summons and plrform eases caused by a disordered liver
a t evo, e nr and kidneys, the first Great
a duty everyone owes to the general Cause of all Fatal Diseases.
public than to take the consequences of WOMEN, for all Female Irreg-
a trial before a court of justice. ularities, will find Lemon Elixir
a pleasant and thoroughly reliable
-On Mnidy last, young Win. Sre- remedy, without the leapt danger of
phcens, while sawing wood with across- possible harm to them in any condi-
cut saw. in company with his father, tion peculiar to themselves. 5oc
WI i. Stephens, se, met with a, painft 1 c- and .o per bottle at
cident, by which the sharp saw cut ALL DRUG STORES
across his knee-cap, inflic ing a serious,
though it is hoped, not dangerous "One Dose Convinces."
wmoind. ,Dr. Kester dressed the wound
ind i, attentiing him, and iup to the Ancestors.
tp, -, i time expresses the belief that "My ancestors," said thie lun whose
n:Tne happened to be EIThicot t "came,,
p,,,,,,- ,,,. disability will result. n, ie i aPpen fd to h En icot Ca
Scr in the 3ayflowcer. '
'The accident caused the blood to flow .And Ino," o red an wo e
i)rolhisely, anid he at least will narrowly n:.ue' w Adsr.n "w\o:' te n.;-fgi.al
escape a yti IT leg for life.' iim '.'s of e ', n il ~ -
--''he 1uoy is in 'c:ip;t of a cony of C; iY:, Ti'.'ie.
the Moline, (Ilis.,) Caily Dispatch, con- ',:- ---
taningi a leno.thy account of the nulp- '. i .ahIn .
tials of Mir. Alexander WV. Gillespie, N" tng s :
son of ,Mr. and Mrs. John Gillespie, for- of Orpb',4U; it :,1 ,'o .-
inerly of st. An.'rew. and Miss Maunie i rlti s. E'l::. i ,.' ,.
A. Blackmian, on the 1st inst. Alexan- si:n.-criiy,, and t :)n :ic.n):;i::. s i.
dear's hoyl',od was spent in St. Andrew victo'ei wi t,, F .:'-r. -
and vicinit.y and he is well known aud -
higi ly >,te-imoed by his voun' assooi. Ask Your Dealer for Allen's Foot-Ease,
iaLes of the Bayv countrv who have A powder for the feet. It. cirers soile n
Ste C, 'w or, v lot, callous, aching! nation teelt
grown to man hood and ,,, oanhood s ati h ions, A ;at I in .trgi
heu aid ih 'y vill all cinic i! ib. itil i ;i oc -ores. 2',V. Ask todav

SThe lIotel EBruiher.
The cp .-bn'p of large hotel in New York is
worth at least $30 a week if a .';.'-
mnr.i atnc.l-1 t,) his Ibusness. IHotel pa-
tro:1m e A lil.b-ral tippers. The brusher
is ,.\i te.i t- find seats for customers
it' lii~e-btr ,.r' chairs are filled and to
hand aro'iiond the morning and illustrat-
ed papers. The boss barber pays them
no salary. Permission to work in the
shop ii considered sufficient compensa-
tion. The hours are long, and in most
cases b'rushers are allowed a boy as an
IHge Task.
It was a huge task to undertake the
cure of such a bad case of kidney dis-
aas s that of C. F.'Collier ol Cherokee,
Ia., but Electric Bitters did it. He
writes,: "My kidneys were so far gone, I
could not sit on a chair without a cush-
ion, aud -1ff i'red from dreadjul back-
ache, hoa;daa:h,', and depression. In
Electric Bitters',tio.vever, I found a
cure, and was by them restored to per-
fect health. I recommend this great
tonic niic-licii,: to all with weak kid-
ners, *ive r i -stomach." Guaranteed by
A. E. rake:lrico 50 c.
*Wjoelfeg ilte -,A;TPliPe A

cona Mr. Bekl:l; "'l'.!-:n *-Inl*
amusing anecdote of his lorls'1 ip' ear
: dvs Iwh'-n 3a Donald Inth he en-
trc. 'l the emplloyg.i.: t cf te Iliu(ho:i,
L''y c.,'upu:ti y 17 l con:..-, r.ead to b-;i
u;> ,t.e riches whirich aii in h a pc-e?

A fc'-low- l;eotclinan who worke,
111 1" C' o0 t e s:A i-

such air.. Th .d"'lhf, of the nL.. :.;le
;-i..'s .iinracnipe; Their face"i l't up) w It
rapturO, and v,'ith opei oru anii
ears they drauk in the sou'nda p'ro icee
by the ihntrumimnt.
Afterward a discussion arcos' at tih
ou 'I:.y"', f.:ctory as t1 ) whether thi
Eskimos were of Mongolian or Ire
launic extractlon1.
"IIots, man, ye're a' ran:.. brol,
iii the impalti nt piper. "D.id ye uo see
the chlels this mornflu' whil-t I w:-
ir- i ', the ,in'es? I've ;-a. ,lo t-- m
i.'.t ali.a--they've true L: '!ic :!d !bluM i

,.', -- Ir PT(oi. erb.
-tl_ pr'overbs of a; n-itlon are ll l d.i- t
tB I', vit of ,!enc erali;:ns of it:; pe.4 r;i
..:e t'.ie wit.of ihe raue i oiftl-
"t oa i p.- opor t;. t-ol l'to ihre i ; n
fy of its p u: vee r.' la i'. i,:t o'
S; I' ... 1l- uc11 ^*',- s p l e, s s1o'- I.n' ii
:1:. I Is. i s thc in the Ir ;sh. '"T)l e ;,i,;
:i t.h i n:ielolius.," is ain lIr;h a ho-
..' ': i. -- p na..nt with beauty and p 1 ,t--,
a 'a n ':i '. o. sayin g, inruleet! r, a cL;: :
.ty'w ic-h is spirituiL neIeded in ieh(
c.i'r".'nr world of oursi, is tihat wh':.
'- usi, "Qur eyes should Ie b' '.l I
i," haode of another."' The 1 'tifu
;'a,'i an-' the ;.:c". .t o)ti EuisL o0
'I'.e ir':;h race are well pictured in t:i i
>eb; -,' I neier shuts one door btla
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: ,* )-.' ',, ':'-.' d t'
.hib-nd t ;int a moor," is police, ,ivi,
;'ilb. u1d -h'e-re is a shart'p, ,istih cI
one thl!:t 'ucts several ways at tihe s:turi
time, '"A n',e ought to be wasiL n1 -'
at iEs 't, f.:c tlere is many a one to 2 ;
S. .-. "-L." Si.O's Monthly.

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k e'.:i a t i c. _i s ,'r nlore ro t
Thou;a dsibjct to sore thoat will findi

and T ig;',y odr' i, cious when u si '-i
the early silta : Pr. a pit ,.of boilin
watEr on thirty e,.. ves of,- the common. ,

T ere mixt Je should th., use as a gir. -
ge twice a day. There is no danger -

If samne of it is swallowedc.
I `

',Yp. sai, the ho se was oni ly ive

Tsini:i.- walk from the station," Com-
rt ia-.. Ii- i .- t. 'To say the le ast,
m ;li m. l .it- I ,-. tJin i, o .

-ard \iruoe:l -apoint:ed In yotu," re-

plle-1 til'- ;in'it "I thought you we're
a very rapid walker."- Ph.ladel hia

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A Bad Si'ce.
Some day you will L'-t n ibad (.iare.
when you feel a pain in your Iowolsit' a mi
fear 'appendicitis: Safet.y lies in D}ir.
King's New Life Pills, a surn cure for
all boowel anid stomach dis e-ses, such as
huttdailue, liliousnes:, cos'tivenescs, ric
SiuarI':a teed at A. 11. Brake,'s t ,n e. "i;ci
:, |Try them.

Sp>orfing Ket:nvIee.
It is (doubl't'ul, s5: 'id i bi.ii'rpher:, if
any repartee ever' surpsi-.ie'J in (!'ili-
cacy the reply ni'n.de by n l East !nii;n
servant of 1b1 late Lor. ;uerin when
he wa- viceroy of Ind'a.
"Well, i vhat surt of itp):t hi, L:Lrd
-- la;'.d' said the viceroy one (i- ti
his shitkar e, or spdn:ig 'srvan;, wv.n,
had lattel(ndd a yoU .' ingi.-h !od o.
a shooltinl. ex:i sijli.
"Oh," r'pieod the s.c.pu ;-y polite
I{ind.oi, '"!e youi: :: s.:hib shli ot divine'
ly, biut _'Provloen e \\\- very i_...' ..
0o iMheo bid::'"
I"ihis soivy 1 a(il; to ninud one told by
thie \vwri;r ,Io so;uei remiislsceniCes of
~ydn-y Smith. On one oc('casio:n the
celebrated 1,hysIcinn.n, Sir lI(nry Hol-
land, told thi' \witiy divine that he had
failed to kiil either one of a brace of
pheasants "that had risen within easy
: !:i, i near .c'unh3l',. house.
"Why did you not prescribe fo4
them?" came the quick reply.

Just What Everyone Shiould Do.
Mr. J. T. Bither of Irwinville, Ga., al-
ways keeps a bottle of Chamberlail's
Colic, Cholera ani Diarrhoea Remedy at
hand for instant use. Attacks of colic,
..choli a imoilt.ua an-i diarrhoea come on so
.uddul b;t Iihere- is na time to hunt a
1o"tom- Pi c I^'l 1 A ti-,re^t' r inieGfi .I
ftMr. Barber says '" Lhai s tr':edLCh:tn ~dir-*
lain's Colic, Cholera aud Ciarrhoo-a Item-
cdy wlich is one of the best medicines I
ever saw. I keep a bottle of it in amy
r om as I have hla. several attacks of
colic and it hass proved to be the hest
rediki'ine I ever used." Sold vby L. M.
Waie, St. Andrew an Pdayhcad and tll
medicine dealers.

Ca.toir il Cocktail.
"Give 'me a -castor oil cocktail," sn'l
ihe Iminn at the drug store counter.
The clerk poured a bottle of saraapa-
rilia into a gkia:3, dashed a few drops'
of paregoric into it and then poured
in some castor oil. The man drank it
vi,'ih a pleasant face and walked out
as if he had drunk soda water Instead
of castor il0. "Yeo, wve have quite a
call for castor oil cocktails," said the
cicrk. "If a imao's system is a little
o:'.t and hoe needs a dose of castor oil
the only way to take it is in the co-k-
tall form. You wouldn't know there
was a drop of ca-stor oil in it. If you've
ever taken castor oil neat you will rce-
ogniz.e the value of the cocktail."-
Detro'oit News-Tribune.

Culban Diarrhoea.
U. S. Scliers who served in Cubal d1r-
ing the Spanishli ari know whi~it this dis-
ease is, and that ordinary remedies have
littleore or effect than so much water. Cu-
ban diarrhoea is alm1 ost as serere aud
dialng'rous as a mild attack of choler..
iicre is one remedy, hi vwev\-r, ithait can
:iwava l he depended up, n as will be secn
by the following '( cr!ificati from MrIr.,
Minnie Jacobs of Hou-ton. Tcxa's: ''I
hereby certify that Chanml eriain's Colic.
Cholera aid Diarrhoea lRetiidy cured my
-'-- .--*-'re attack of Cubian di-
i.m iut., \,li~ hi e Ibrought. home froii
Cuha. We had several doctors hint they
did h11m no good. One lhoitle of tlii:' rem-
S dv cu -d hiii, as on.' neighbors will tes-
iit-,. I think hGod for so valuable a medi-
cin." For ;sn hv L. 31. VWare, St. An-
dirw and 'Bihead a nd aEl medicine; ideal-

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-'* J t OSf I-s.
", .t d i y.ou suppose this hbat
r/r:'; c -" iS tii latte, t'akiLc up a
iu e t[* ;,. dr_:lar top !.u of slik.
:- ,I.'iI ai piund," the puIc'on haizard-

"Ohi a iailte over" a qi nrc, or of a

-, i n li;.o io ,- ', I,' b e. N

Lx" t.'c'Lc'-. ;,: ; :", i:; i ;a. Cj" in it"
--:.'.''. i c;i ; \'- ;., i ''i; of o Vi.c ti "'
lic' Yut,:i: : i .: V ._ i "aw} -- t i, Yukoi"
in in Juxtcpe'itiou wlith

er of L.ndoni i, y n uc'kl by 5ow ,l with
the Chcistian Intelligenler of New
York.--New York Tribune:
U-- ~ ~ ~ ~ ru rir~I--rla-

Milirarm Bounty Land Warrants
Vill pay $5.0)l for telling me who
,. n,.. whe.thoe I buy it or not.
Kansas City. 'o

Unfurnisned Roor.
Ipply at the Buoy Ofi:e.

are known by whst they have
g own. For half a century they
have been the standard--haven't
failed once to produce bigger, bet-
ter crops than any others. Sold
by all dealei-. 16305 Nced An-
i ual f' e to all applicants.
,N Dz. **M F E 1 'J. .
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$4.00 Per Year. Single Copy, 10 Cts,
I NAOEns 47 ,\\'. a 'U w., Ncw. Yol'mr,

P nsaco a St. indrew & Gulf


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

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P)t.X'iCt 'ol;i.
SI. A,\dr ew.
A pa lacli-(ioia,
( 'arr| lteltr.

Wednesday, 8:00 a. m
Wednesday,|10:00 a. m
Thursday, 6:00 a. m.
TI ui .day, 12:00 noon.
,JI1'tnly,t ;:00 a. m.

i'iay, 11:30i a. m. St. Andrew. Friday, 2:00 a. m.
riday. 10:00 a. m. Millville. Friday, 4:00 a. um,
SPensacola. : F' I.la 11:;30 p. m.
A SSE-iQGIE- E- A_'-,S.
Pensacola to St A ,li '-, aid,. Millvilie, $5.00.
PensacQla to Apalachico(n and Currabelll, $7.50.
St. Andrew aid Millvillo to At:allchicola, $5.00.
Pensaoola to Mobile, $2.50.

The above r'atos include meals and berths. W. G. BARROW.


o kingre eel ~ itw Stoves!

Sewing iacLi es an9d Needles!

FP&rS, Furniture, Etc.


0Bus-al 10 t ns ef, V.3a Suis,. Etc.

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0 I ISE,

Dry GoodS, (A:1e Faiicy tGroceries

Notions, Provisions and Feed Stuffs.

Corner -a.Sn;son and Bayview St.

I pay V i~for &Gomls and inust-d

a Utr i ctY (Cla ,,I14)Ier -.E 1 (Iy P a y

'Itis i i ~is l v Pa O I'-owsi' I tcl'(CM:S wPS 11' (11 wy on'll C alf -Illd
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Sa, I iS in n s I Nets andTwines, Salt,

Clothing, Gents' and Ladies Furnishings.


rn sks anI Valises.

11 i Sili

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For nid Fize U NC:u *o> ( FkiE.

C~rs THIS sH
469 vC UP OV'. ;YJ i i - .O

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64 a 11 I le ,,.i h il TaL "'' W 1 I il, lI t1 'id I F
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successorr to V. Brock.

0'C& eries,.

We Pay til een all Gods CYCtpt Flobr, Meal-
and Feed to any k~~Ueithe RrzTy,.-

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'Thursday, Jnuee 15, 1905.
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iugaRr, y tb Tea, j !b
Granulated .... 6, He No....... 55
CoTlec,A ... .. 5.K Ghiipi .i.Jr, 40
Lt brown .. 5 Uncol' J ap.40-60
Cof.Tee, Pond nlilk, P can
G reen .... 12@20 Unsweetn'a. 10
Ahruckle,1b 12-15 Sweetened .... 10
Sinl er snaps 3t625 Baking powder
rockers, soda 10 Royal ...... 50
['obacco, plng -20a61 Cmpbell... 10
.lai si s Caunned fruit
Londoln layers.8-15 Peaches... .10a;20
Va.lenci a ... S. 8 Tomatoes ... .. 1
ic .. .. 6. Apples ... 10
ik ples Pears ......... I
Evaporated .. ..2 Fumsn. ........ 10
BriedPeaches 8 A Priot. ....10-20
Oil, r 0 ... 15 Str l (.i 20

im u. ... .... 5 .. "li ,i 12 tl 2
-. . .. :11 '.Cornued Bee f. 12,i:
netspier IIt ... '
6nes pr lb.. 18 CIi,.p,,, Bee 0i-25
butter. .,25-35 Lobster .i.. .
Oleomrtrile A. '18 Sanmon... 10@1>5
t ard ... 7-10 Cicnucd Ve cgctalies
Beans .... ..... 5 Bakcd Beaus.... I1(
/ ocoanut pkg.. 10 Corn....... 10@1-
jelly, glasG l0ait-g Pease s.... ...... 10
ime J juice ..... 45 npkini ..... 1
Fggs per doz.... 15
I0ou Ir pI'ork
Star of S'thA,, 2.35 D. S. pr Il..... I
Obelisk ...... 3.25 Bacon Siles..... 2
LUorn Meal pr. bu7U-cO .resh ....... 8l.
Oat Meal pr Ilb ... 5 Br'kfst la u't-6-22
Corn per Io .75 1 0c Ham canv's'd I 5-2,
Potatoes Shuolders .
Irish ....... 1 40 Beef
arlv It'se seed 1.60 Colrned ....
Swee, .... (007 rc. Fes .... ...
+l; pr IA k .. ;:0O )ried.........
h lIe .5 Milk pr qL. l

Ntail, ver lb62ia5 Ax,with handle. 75
Ga;Ilv wire do.6a6i kiocs, each .... 35ia.
Manilla rope ... ,20opper pi:iit, cian 50
Molver co okc..$.i't 5 iin seed oil, ital5.@
'ipie, per joint 18
I'litri, per yd.. 5u0 GlYeMk . .5'1,
Sheetings .... 5a Flalnel ...... I.Sa4 ,
Muslin ....... Yal 'I'lhread per' spool.
Jeans ..... -a 5 Shoes, ..lies ..$1 2 7
E tra pants pat 2-25 Men'I .. I$ 40a>300
HEly pr cwt..7 1.a5 Dls pr tI ...... t .
Bran .......... 1.25 Brick pr M.... 13 0
iuopeisal . 7@9 Lime pr, l ..... 7;

'I.e ulctle .. . .. 0 Almonll s....... I,:
1 sh ll pr,000 1.50 Opeueid pr t't ., 15t
StJor sesY .. 1.?l l'&" ows... . 1 5, al
-Mnlea. . $0a0 I faogs..... . t $4
lixXn.. pr voke $65 Sheep .....
'jcickensealh 35a50 Geese eacl 45ai.s5
keyss i al .O0) )ucks . a. 2 5.
F 18*11.
C- esh Salt
uilllel pr d.oa .5c aMdlel )Pr IiI 5.5(
Trout ......... 25 T' i . .... y 5
S' oii pnrl t pr ,. 6 t oillpalio ,. I).((00
Stilin rgioIo ...... 10 Ma: ekl o I. . 8. 0(.i
"on IneU Eith h.
FlooerinI C. ling.
l arl n, .i.* i4.01 .earl, o 1 . 11 .011
Face .. 12. Face 12
Sap . 10,()11 Sap .. 10.0 ;.
)rop siding, Ulai ,oards,
tleart, lace ill" 14.a xli in . ll .. I'-.jI'
Sitp 10.00 Finislnii Inln-
Bufll lunher.. @12 -,ir. dh .. 1-idh 15.%0
alearl siiingleH, 72.50 Lath, .^ . ... tI 01
Sip '4 1.50 float ltinle -r,
d ed ... $20

(L;atarrl'h ti bnot Ie u redl
cannot reach the seat of the disease.
Catarrh is :t blood or' constitutional
disease, aid' in order to cure it you
must take internal remedies. Hall's
Catarrh Cure in taken internally, and
acts directly on the blood and'iucous
surfaces. Hall's Catarrh C'ure is not a
quack medicine. It was prescribed by
one of the best physicians in this coun-
try tor years, and is a regular prescrip-
tion. It is composed of the best tonics
known, combined with the best blood
purifiers, acting directly on the mu-
cous membranes. The perfect combi-
nation of the two ingredients is- what
produces such wonderful results in cur-
S ing. Catarrh,. Send for t-sti imor.ialA,
free. > ;* :, . .
-"' '. F. .C'HI:NEY & CO., Props.. T;,lc.,lh.,:
0. Sold by drugg.- ts, price lsc, -
Take rIll'ts tatinily Pills for constipa-
tion. .

l\ ., ol at ala l, l!la.
1 AMr. ;il 'ir C. J1. Mulden ai ; l
fa:nily are yisitingl their parent at
Ainlerson .
We are glad to report -that the
health of Mi. J. Adams is improving.
E. W. Tompkinl put a few more
fiiihing touchus on Dr. C. E. ljooth's
rehidtence at (iay, the past ,veek.
Our Sniuday school is ilmprovinIg.
The sawm ill started up agait,
Monday, with orders fOr several
Captain Dilbert Spiiva was a visit-
or here, Sunday.

us..lrnf th the Boots.
A oit t hi ;:;!y !Cop' on st:tyi.ng at
iai Euig:ii: botel for the hfrsi time wo)-
der honw it is that 'i.' '," can return
to the diSerent r.amoia the footgear
pince i outieM the bedroom doors to be
clenused. Th is isquitn a simnle uoatter
Allhe does iato t.i. :l '! '.' of 'ehak,
nw'in- tupoi tii ".";,- of the b m)tv tue
Lp!:nr.;:' ,-oh tle/ r",ilr-F Iu 4,tc1' he
I i ;..,t tl'n ends Ilum dow-n-
tti ir, all t .'it.; :" to le lclaned. Vthoue
this has been (done titey are sort'el,
taken! up)stIirs aginin andl depos;tel
outskie their re'it active doors without
the occupants of the different royimr.
knowing that tchey have been removed.
\No Secict e bi," It.
It 's no 'secret thlat for cuts. burn.,
ulcers, fever K tre0 'isore ),' boils, etC.,
niothiiiikg j) so effcIei.' i as ]3ucklen:s 'r-
,i ca S:a!vti. "It d'i' 't take long to cure
a bad sore had, aunl it is allo k. for
Ro(re :yes," write i). .lD C; L. re'o;.y.'of
Hi ope, 'Ie. x..;. Wat A. ]f. l3rak's saIure.

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..' e; i .;:t-' IK: f i a3L; to in sh
;h *'-!;'; ;::. C 'V 'lt. o'i':a ti 1i'

    s t ,':., de b,,. the m::Li cutter, who1 1
    li Z? 'r .i (: t ..e o*. the f tle stone be r-
    ,.;e (1 '. i t i iO'(s t i r .. !;r

    pro n':;e!' :. Hle dirils a s er:ies of hole
    S'('i ite b .."oc the depth of ac iIt tof hich
    ore'. i;s: s .'..; .. l O point ofv
    .;,,.>:+.";," ';^iC'.j llc Lho.! o Tl gj ') !

    slihe is Otat Lne su '. to te block be-
    fore it yoia:r the i;.rb>e yard to sayv(t
    'he e,:t. fih1:. Tie, roi;.;h carvIung
    s thoi ni tie 1'C y the .iaril.o cutter, who
    ;o Lh: es the1 bWlock as to give it the
    s t' ,.il 0.'ciu e e o the Cigure to be re-
    p lite drills a series of holes
    in the block,, the depth of each of which
    corresponds to an external point of
    *the statue supposed to be inclosed in
    Ihedio ,on. After a -oo or ..lit' number
    r these hole: !hi;vo LeWn litde in th-
    st'~ tr;6, "i cl "' "i- )lu .ili i fri a ed
    Oit li...:nt ri., ,, in't eiealjn gives tb(
    mbro0. .. t rne.s of he state ue.
    l)yiu lg f < 1t 111,nn1
    -iou, in its torments, likeo dving of con-

    'rom thlie )2'itiiuisl', ti the very end, it
    a Iong tort U"cu l)lAh to vi.thim atf
    f iends. "When ieu ad I 1 consumption in
    its tirst, stag.'e" written it, Myers of
    Cea'foss.i, tM( ''aftir trying different
    illedicine-, and a good doctor in vain, I
    at last took )Dr. Kin,'s New Discovery,
    which promptly and p perfectly cured
    me." Prolmpt relief ado sure acure for
    ,ou.,2hs, ol(is, siore tli hroat, bronchitis
    'to. Positively 1),reven's Dueumonia.
    miiara.leed at A. f Brake's store,
    price 5sevedad a bou loile. Trial Kbottle

    .iolen.t ;phyrA ri i poison,'is an foeus, iThe

    1mooth tp, asi t.L moot perfect wy of eepin
    the towels clear o:'d clean. is to take
    an its hind limus with consldei'rlllt'
    spced for ars lar as thir.S" or forty feet
    in.;a h;lif crocuhing attitude, with the
    fore loiubs ,align.g, down and the re-
    markable frill folded up.

    If you haven't a regular, healthy movement of the
    bowels every day, you're ill or will be. Keep your
    bowels open,'and be well. Force, in the shape of
    violeal+ ph-ysic ,r fi.ll poison, is dangerous. The
    smoothef.l, easiifst, most perfect way of keeping
    the hnowel clear na-d clean is to take

    .dIu CANDY
    ffmoCATHARTIC -

    The Lobster'u Life.
    Lobsters haunt rocks, just qs rabbits
    do woods or furze brakes. They can-
    not live without cover, and if there are
    no holes in the rocks for them to re-
    tire to they burrow, just as a rabbit EAT ,EM LIKE CANDY
    does, in the earth and sea turf under Pleasant, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good, Do
    the water, aid there sit, claws for- Good, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe; 10,25 and
    50 cents pe bAox. Write for free sample, and 1...,k-
    ward, ready to seize any intruder or to lot on health. Address
    haul in any morsel which the sea Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.
    'washes into the l pe. It is doubtful KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
    whether lobsters remain awadke all day
    on the off chance of a meal coming to -- -
    their door. More probably they sleep LAMBERT M. WARE.
    off.the fatigue of the previous night's LAMBErT M, WAR, JR.
    wanderings. .But their antennae are L & tlARE & SQON
    so sensitive that they warn then if -
    anything touches them or even stirs Dealers In and Agents for the
    the water. No electric bell could work Sale of
    mnore lustlltal ucisl~y. R eal E sta te.

    The Mlse1ourl Is at Dusty River.
    "The dust blows out of the MissourI Taxes Paid ani1 Rents Collected
    river," asserted Bob Burdette. "It', lI for Non-Re. idents.
    the only river in the world where the St. Alu'rew. Fla.
    dust blows in one great column out of _____ ,.__-__
    the river bed. The catfish come up to
    the surface to sneeze. The Missouri C lNOW L S'
    river is composed of six parts sand and
    mud and four parts water. The natu- Barber and Hair Dress
    ral color of the water is seal brown, but arber and
    when it rains for two or three days n Par r
    and the river gets pretty-wet it changes Par r
    to a dark Iron gray. A long rain wIill
    make this river so thin that it can eas- Commerce Ave. E.st of Buoy
    fly be pourile from one vessel to anoth-' 0ffce.
    er like a cocktail. When It Is ordina- g~ ilve'rything new, neat aIil
    rily dry, however, it has to be .tirred clean ai patrons given the moosl
    with a stick before you can pour it out
    ft anything."-Kansas City Journg,. ou rtous ald careful attention.

    ^..;.....--i -iL heir h:: .ia ,ll M (,tayt i,, J .m e,
    aL6 provided by itJ L.iarter, at >2 (o'cloUc
    p. in. fori the election of otticers for the
    ensuing year and tihe transaction of
    such other business as may come before
    the meeting. It is important that there
    be a general attendance ot the stock-
    holders The Directors' meeting for
    annual settlement will be held immedi-
    ately afte.t the adjournment of the
    stckholdersl meeting. By order
    Attest: W. A. EMMONS, Pres't.
    J. R. THOMPSON, Sec'y.
    Dated, June 1,1904.

    V, o doe t
    [ l ' A i P i,

    flappers to attract i;ts prey. These flap-
    c:'t i.o the. Inw tfe 's omach the csh

    tore two pawa' egull whic had been
    r,,, .. L -' .*' -iL :'t ;i r ^a bo i j o
    "lite, ,d lI.o' eloril'(,",_, th-e "w; tei; tbl"
    open mtiouth, mslnilulating t'wo crodllike
    flappers to attract its prey. These flap-
    pers are fixed over Its head. On being
    cut open the wolf's stomach was found
    to contain a sea gull, which had been
    swallowed whole. As soon as the bird
    was removed the spectators were even
    more astonished to find a big eel, which
    was still alive."
    Foiund a Cure for Dysplepsia,.
    IMr. .?, Lindsay, of Fori William, Onta-
    rio, Callala, who hIas -,.)1 ... l quite a
    1tumbIer of years froinl dyspcpsiaa and
    gircat plain i t(he stoinita h, was advised
    !,y lior dlruggist to take ('hamllilela n's
    'Stoiach and Liver Ilablets_ She did so
    andi siays. "I find that tlihe have done ime
    a: great deal f good. I hliav never had
    any ... i ii"."g since I inegilL ulinig tlheim."'
    If troubled w ith-'dyspepsia or indigestion
    vlwhy not take lthi e talents, get well an i
    tay' well '0 Por saile l, L. .\V.W are. st.
    A\drew and 1Biavhead alnd all medicine'
    An Odd Whist Denl.
    A curious hand at whist was dealt at
    Grimsby, EIngl:and, recently. The cards
    wei'e -1. 'il td and dealt in the usual
    way, but when the players looked at
    their hands they found( Vthat'one of
    them had twelve spades, another elev-
    en hearts, tle third man twelve din-
    monds and the fourth eleven clubs.
    Spades were trumps.



    Kidney.Trouble lakes You Miserable.

    A!umost everybody who reads tlie news-
    paoers is*sure to know of th w.,nriei-fi
    ,' .. -- cures. -= -fn tt.: .i^ :
    S Kiimer's Swamp-R ot,
    S' |the great lkidn.y, :,'e,
    a nd bladder remedy,
    It is the -, nn.i mcdi-
    ii cal triumph of the nine-
    i' .'. teenth century: d:.i-
    j,' 'I ,- ,i covered after years ci
    'scientific research by
    ri -(C71 Dr. Kirmer, the emi-
    S nfft .kdney and blad-
    .. dr specialist, and is
    wonderfullyy successful in prompipy curing
    lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trcu-
    b!es and Bright's Disease, which ishe worst
    forrn of kidney trouble.
    Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec-
    ommen ded for everything but if you have kid-
    nAy, liver cr bladder trouble it will be found
    'ust the remedy you reed. It has been tested
    :n so many t;ays, in t:ospital work, in private
    pra ctice, among the helpless too poor to pur-
    .hase relief and has proved so successful in
    very case that a special arrangement has
    ieen mads by which all readers of this paper
    who have not already tried it, may have a
    sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
    sellingg more bout Swamp-Root and how to
    n: o:ut if '-u havs kidney or bladder trouble,
    ,Vhen writing menl~ ion reading this generous
    differ inr d is f '.-r an
    :-nd ,our a:ldre:s to F : '- ,Th :.
    ri. Ki!mer & Co.,Bing- -- '..- ..- "---
    armon, IN. Y. IThe .... = -'.-
    *':;.... ifty c'r a nod IIon e f swa p-Root.
    -'oiar i;;-'s are sold by all good c, .:;i'S3.
    Don't make any mistake, but remrnm-
    bet the name, Swamnp-lRoot. Dr. Kil-
    mer's Swamp-.Ro;)'>t, and the a(ddIress,
    Bine'hainton, N. Y., on every bottle.
    Real Vnlue of Collegec Eidueatioh-
    We are apt to overestimate the value
    of an education received from books
    alone. A lair.e part of the value of a
    college cdlu:it iou comes from the social
    intericour-e of tihe students, the :- n1-
    forcement, the buttressing of char.irter.

    by association. Their.,.faculties are
    sharpiened and 'plishled by the :.t tri
    tion uf mLind wiLh miud id]. the Pi.ting
    of brain against !ui'.i'n, whie'h stfi date
    ambition, brighten the i,.ll.ni ul ld opeu
    lp neUw hopes and possibilities, Book
    knowledge is valuable, but the knowl-
    edge wlich cous a from riind inter-
    course is invaluable.-O. S. Marden in
    Success Magazine.

    One Wafy.
    Hiciks- Te'll ti(neve :;su:cceId in life-
    never nmade a livin.'. in fact. Wicks--
    Why do you think tiha t? Iicks-Oh,
    every til", h1 ol,s his mouth lie puts
    his foot in it. \Vicks-Well, that's one
    w;y st ileaCt of making both ends meet.
    -Catl.olie :!- il..trd and Times.

    Over g7---" =

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    C).tl.,!t |, htl
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    ~I~ 11 YEAR

    t~~c' so- 0 i .1 i 1,. H C:L;ci~.1u. rXI. ,0 1~-. Al.: d~c ~

    for recreation and to dispose of his
    paintings. The Doctor, having re-
    signed his p.tiiii'., at the navy yard,
    will establish ai Li'office in Mobile and
    his boat will go into the latimber
    freilghting ibusine- at the finish of
    this Il 'cnl el eating trip.
    I'ev Dr. Hantilitt alnd bonl, (Jharloes
    left Monday mnorniing for their ilonie,
    Kinsey, Ala.
    Jos. Pilchicr, (vith wifo and little
    children drove in with eanis,Satunr-
    day, from Sloci~ I,.Ala., and fltuad
    *i a ihir,,g place wiiu AlMrs. Crippln,
    , on B.< view" i ttl 3[firis Tet'' a .i
    ' ,',tlinli., Ala., I.iS als') l the paJ -
    iv, it1d lth.e ladies expect to tenainl
    for the siummner.
    AMrs. Tay J'dllnson and little
    daughter, of PensaAola, came over
    oin the Clelopatra, Monday, and will
    remain, for the stlumi'r with lier pa-i*
    rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Biainiardi
    to avoid the sic:.niess prevalent ii tlhe
    larger city.
    G. \V. Ktlly and wife of lMillanld
    City, Ala., arrived (on tihe North lay
    mail boat Satutrlay night and arc
    guests a't Gdills'-in Old Toni. Mrs.
    K. will reniain for-the summeni r, if sat-
    itfactrlv 'm raingements can bie made.
    John L. Haushaw vof A1liviile, \whoi

    ha. buee spending several days in St.
    Andrew, was a guest of Il!s. Clark-
    soi at dinner, last iuniday.
    Miss Beryl Lalthli. of 0 irliing-
    ham, Ala., sister of 'Miu. F A. With-
    i:l ai rived on the Tarpon, lasr trip,
    'or an extended visit With her sistl-r.
    iMrs.'R. S. Sanders and dalighter,
    Alice of Colnumbia, Ala., are welcom-
    ed again by their many friends in lSt.
    Andltew to spend tlhe stiitnirllnr in then
    c.,ttage in \VWest End.

    :: i ( .' i1s '::"e nc e
    the :' a ttC' e .le it ble. l "t Oa t

    nre k.pt until the interelnet has taken
    puce, .s. Aell tie y ba t;; ke tin;or
    Co;;iul is (--;*m 5,; ." ,.c t:!? i3.:70 ;in(l

    t 'LU.' :Any attempt l to vpars on whichairs
    Ii d -!".'--'t" wirl 'in ,! ,,'. A +. a.. as,

    gn their le.s or to tae them in bgeyafor
    the chropes aeis at on.e run sharpted
    the relay ties of the dea. ost t
    are kept until the interin.nt has taken j
    Ia,;iu. Any attempt to p'ace th< e |hairs

    on their logs or to tadek them inl before
    the proper time is at once frustrated by

    Many Children are Sickly.
    NMother Gray's Sweet Powders for
    Children used by Mother Gray, a nurse
    in the Children's Home, New York.
    Break up Colds in 24 hours, cure Fever-
    ishness, Headache, Stomach Troubles,
    Teething Disorders and Destroy
    worms. Ar all dLr'iggi'-. 2."0 Sam-
    ples mail',-. FLEE. Address. A.llen S.
    Olmsted. L.eRoS, N. Y.
    Physical Culture.
    Crabshaw-Physical : culture Is a
    great thing. I've been at it for ten
    years. Crawford-Wty don't you start
    a class of your own? Crabshaw--
    haven'tt he il;,.uiijnei,-Town Topics.

    Sentiment is a strong mau's conceal-
    ment of what he f.- while seutie
    ien-tality iF' a weOak !f iu'is eixression
    of what IIe doesn't feel.


    I)o You Wan- to Sell Your
    Business? We cadlsell younI business,
    no matter where it, is located. This is
    the age of specialists. We are the only
    exclusive business brokers in the coun-
    try. We have buyers. What have 'you
    to ,i.n,.? We bring bny'er arid seller to-
    gether and maKe quick sales.
    iRobt. M. EUricI ," Co., Inc.,
    SPittsbury Pa.
    -iuy A n EstablilcsidA iJui.iness,
    ,i,,1 ..,i- ii' fol yoIr-i el'f a steady income:
    1 utsi r.ess i't hI r',tr f".l., ionidl,.time-tried
    u.-ti( i .>f igettinfl rich. Don't monkey
    width "get rich cq.ii:k' ,.hliciii,.-: we are
    tho only exc..siv- "')bn-in-.--' I 'rokCers
    in the country, and 'can place you in an
    established, good-paying business, no
    matter where you wish to locate. Write
    today and let us know hat you want.
    R.obert M. Eurich & Co., Inct.,
    Pittsburg'. Pa.

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    WHII ----OKk VEk
    S. 1ho mPnenlup' of words and will do as we say. We
    ul.s;uI L.j u'.. lu~c-i~prI.e~l WUdsLuy. ou'u' ns'd 1ie
    o-'r. I OlIrder o .i kiskey COn ain. ulli' Soczuh. NIii rIs.
    rNo'Li Lh V': r h I'.Ley we ell I ooCd-l(icr"', n0 bud. I
    ~..I s's'' I~.~ ~iln'i adilI~eraCr Ii tbegsn,wboa -Ihru3' fus'~ ted
    us iir I 'a ... II LLu...i ~l,,r/l .;'.u.ui' wbtsk~ey a'd I': i.m' Ci i~.lrln
    `L .'. ''is '-Lii llr(.u' "',.i'peor's Ii I Yer (iid V IsI bl.l~j I'.
    a L~um.I sIi', made by u~,'r..st Iopie In thie a.')uniiuuiui ,I
    f". ct, in I L.Myi,?tCo, nP rtLII Ust a~ It Wrr Wi' by
    in bill '~. '-. iiira~-ia 's iislulY idu e~ld al '1',.111) t ,;'L1h!
    Rrd I
    OLD t ciIt dtr fuan "C i ii hl' i 1, '
    L,,-tCI- ''' i,''. il buy 0'I ~ ic.'1'lI:. c'tel 'oe n ma(ilial t.1'kllllll
    El L riq .] o S* a de by Lsrl,, ciiLi the I u,,dnio nr If Ii. 1''Ij

    uu rai i ir odisood. i-ilnrod',S rIi.' old
    ul..', 1 u. . r feur Fhll Quar.- c.'16t' n-rVr1"1 I7
    per c I i. I drinking giassialt 'i~rha,11. II Au3r I.i t "
    av"i',LL I .i'. Na ie bove and put I n frek e a ne Pull buart Extra.
    se of tis whiskrey only 7 yearr ood, and 'alul senul ole-
    "I.i ird, rtdrikr.Ln l .''' a'-
    : .nihr 11 --1 drinking glass-a' r .ll .,r*%% 1
    1, -m of th., iswi skeyla '' onlyu 7 yeams oi 4l','reaurl''. Lnd i.
    le 0 .V 4 '.. sr' 0.' i z. eo4w rlu izr lo d. t r.'-Li''' uo'd
    -/ I reprm' anl' Exprcm-. tI uer' V." it T,'fxe~, bi.'i, Ssilc'kE'
    I 14na 1: I. i I.I -iJi "i4-I ~ uidi'texra.
    INC ST,.. THE CASPER CO. (inc.)

    Hair Vigor
    hair food. It feeds, nourishes.
    The hair stops falling, grows
    long and heavy, and all dan-
    druff disappears.
    "My hair was coming out terribly. Iwas
    almost afraid to comb it. But Ayer's Hair
    Vigor promptly stopped the falling, and also
    restored the natural color."
    MRS. E. G. K. WARD, Landing, N. J.
    /1.00 a bottle. J. C. AYER CO.,
    All druggists. for Lowell, Mas...

    Aoor Hair

    Ti.e it k 'J:.iat Held IIax1.
    i' pe'!: "I .up tsi~h book last
    .' a. n; a I Le '.r lin:,i out' oftmy
    c l. ,'!' -I l.*.t- .- I :; l i
    .1 ;-0. .V ,n, ox t n:-a st: ?"
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    'CO:N '.'TI NOTICE.
    l. S Land Ol ,- at Gain(tsville, Fla, I
    May 15; 1905.
    A suffeicnt affidavit having been
    tiled in this .H..- by T. A. White, con-
    testant, a 'ain.s t Hd entry No. 31304,
    made Jan. 20, 1902. for thie w 4 of s-w-
    of sec. 10. ;tp n, r'. w15w, by Jamnes I.
    Han ks, contestee, ii: wi ich it is alleged
    that said Hanks 'has never resided onl
    said laud,inor imllroved tlie samuo. aid
    that he has abandoned the smo for more
    than six months &siiec0 making said en-
    try, his absence not buinig dule to em
    payment in the army or navy in time
    of wvr, said parties are ieirby notified
    to appear, respond and ofter evidence
    touuhing said allegation at 10)o'clock
    a. m. on July 13, 1905. before thill cierk
    of the circuit court at Vernot), Fla., atni
    that final hearing will be held ac 11
    o'clock a. m. on AugustS 1915 before
    the Register and Receiver of the Unit-
    ed States lLand Office in- Gainesville,
    Th- said contestant having, in a pro-
    per affidavit, tiled -May 9, 1905. set f.)rtli
    fac s which show that after 4d1e0 dili-
    gencle personal servi'eo Of this notice
    cannott be made, *i is hereby ordered
    iaid directed that such notice be. given
    by due and proper publication.
    W. G. ROBINSON, Hegistelr.
    :i'Editor's fee )aid.
    Land Office at ,Gaihnesville, Fla.
    Ma- -2, 1905.
    Notice is herely given that the follo.a-
    ing-inai ed setller hI s ftild' notice of his
    intention to make conmmutation pro.if iii
    p ortt-ot his lainm, and th.t .tLid p.'oof
    i w1 Itc made liefore thie clerk of the cii-
    euit 'court .at Veilnon, ,isI, on July 2(,
    1905, viz.:
    JOHN ITU {N ER, of An derIoii, Fla.,
    Hd. 33050 for tlhe n" 1i of Set. 4, tp, 2s,
    r. 14w.
    He name 'the following witnesses to
    prove his continuous .residence upon
    and cultivation of said land, viz:
    Williamn Grganilus Jo,hn McLeod, Zelb
    Bird, Sami Kirkland, all of Anldersonu,
    Fla. W. G. ROBINSON, Register
    rt '.diror%''s f.e paid.
    Land Office at G i ncsvlle, Fla.
    May 22, 19i05.
    Notice is hereby given that the follow-
    ing named settler lhas filed notice' of hii
    .intention to make comnutatiol proot in
    support of Ihis claim, and that s:aid proof
    will be made Ileftore ihe clerk of lie cii-
    cuit court at VeinIo i 'la., on Ji ul 20.
    1905. viz-.:
    CHA1IthI WILLI \MS of AAndersonl
    lid 33593 foir -the w1, ,of nie and twin oif
    iel1 o' f sec. 341. t l Is, r. 14w. 1
    lie inalles the fo.loJ wing 1 witnesses to
    prove his cortiiiou- resieiince n on and
    cultivation of said labd, viz.:
    W. J. Guiiga.uuslI, John T'lureiir, S;ii
    Kiililaiid. Frank Clark, all oit Aitiersoi.
    Fla. \W. G. HOBINSON, Register.
    iEC.id"'lr's fee paid.
    )OTICE FR --BLt'AT'l O1.
    Land Office at Gainiisviiie F'la.)
    May 22, 1905. )
    Notice is hereby gi\c n that the foliow-
    in,: n daieCd sett-lc i hIs filed notice oi' hi
    ilnetiion to make colnitiutation loof ill
    suippoit of his elain, ai.d Iiat said proof
    will be tinaie Ibefore the clerk of the cir-
    cuit court at \Vernoin, Fla.. on July 0,
    1905, viz.:
    GEORtGE STYLES, of Andersonj, Fla.
    lid 336i0O for lthie w\.,; of neJ1i aiud e/, .of'
    inw, of sec 26, tp. Is, r. 14w.
    Ile names tl1' following witnesses toi
    +lt it: his coatinunous ir-iJ.' n '., upon and
    culltivation of said land, viz.: '
    olbe oDonghlie"y, Richard Williams, Sam
    Biayboy, Willinam La-ter, allof Auder-
    son, Fla. W. G. IRoBINSOs, Reugiste:'.
    j& l.Editor's fee paid.
    Land OIliC ;it. Guinesville, Fla.
    May 15, 1905. i
    Notice is hereby given that the fol-
    lohwing-rnamned settler has tiled notice of
    lier intention to make' final proof in
    support of her claim, and that said
    proof will be made before the clerk of
    the circuit court at Blountetown, Fla.,
    (,n July 13. 19115, viz.:
    BETSEY GAINER, widow of Primls i
    G Gainer, (deceased, of St. Andrew,
    Hd 27]56 for Lot 12. sec. 2(, anld lot 6,(i,
    7 mnd 8, sec, 19 tp. 4s, r. 14w.
    She names the following witi.esses to
    prove her cutntiuuous residence ,).'
    and cultivation of said laud, viz:
    Emanuel GCainer William Gaine', W.
    MI. Gainer and Thomas Baker, ill of
    St. Andrew, Pln. |.
    WV. ROB3INSON, Register. "
    l".,' I it. ,tor's fee paid

    S -. "

    ( M "i m;) -n o. i 'r . av 1 o
    objmci-onable tomr;:so. lnsteSal of '
    iiu "lie (CoM i says" the Py Sny. ;';T
    genutilmlan says." Then the Mom'n
    language does not .1 ;' p --: tole t,.:'.-cle
    and has not Id iomn to represent t.ermnn
    like "f:tltl." 1.- .." ,, :-,m.*e."a holi-
    ness." "JiUstLirAv..-att .n," '"trut.hi" and
    "eternal life."-St. James' Gazette.
    o ... ... ..- c ... .,' '

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    lHuliey, wiit \i ile y".t.- cihijd. Sometimes the ha!;' s 2 t -
    Prio. H. is a ligiling al ti, ivwho properly nourished. r suffers
    paints a heauiiul g'genuine oil paint- for food, starves. Then it
    ing almost a yardcsquare in twenty- falls outturns prematurely
    five minutes, and is making this trip gray. Ayer's Hair Vigor is a
    Mr "M-L


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    April 24, 190o, f
    Notice is hereby given that the follow-
    ing-named settler has filed notice of his
    intention to make commutation proof in
    support of his claim, and that said proof
    will he made before the County Judge at
    Vernon, Fla. on June 20th, 1905,viz:
    ;REEN B. JENKINS, of Ebro, Fla.
    Hd.33209 for the eYo of se4 of sec. 10
    and nii of ne1 o: sev. 15, to. ls,r. 16w.
    He names the following witnesses to
    prove his continuous residence upon and
    cultivation of said land, viz:
    King Ralav, Henry C rmii hnel, Abner
    Bassett and Alf. Bassett, all of Ebro,
    Fla, W. G. RoBINSON, Register.
    I' Editor's fee paid.-,
    May 1, 1905, f
    Notice is hereby given that the fol-
    lowing named settle, r has filed notice o-
    her intention to make lin-l proof in sup
    port of her claim, and that said proof
    will be made before the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla.,. on June
    2u, 1905, viz:
    WILLIAM H. PITTS, of Nixon, Fla.
    Hd 32707, for the swi of ec. 8, tp. 2s, r.
    12w. j
    He :names the following witnesses to
    prove his continuous residence upon
    and cultivation of said land, viz:
    Robert Nixon, W E. Pitts, J. G Da-
    vis and R T. Sangster, all of Nixon,
    Fla. W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
    Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
    May 1, 1905.
    Notice 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 Vernon, Fla., on Juno
    20,1905, viz:
    ROBERT D. MURRAY, of Nixon, Fla.
    Hd 29843 for the ejof net of sec. 8, tp
    2s, r. 12w.
    He names the following witnesses to
    prove his continuous residence upon
    and cu'tivation.of said lahd, viz:
    Robert Nixon. W. E. Pitts. R. T.
    Sangster and J.G. Davis, all ol Nixon.
    Fla. W. G. ROBINSON, Register
    Land Office at Gainesville. Fla,
    May 1, 1905. '
    Notice is hereby given that the fol-
    lowing'nained settler has filed notice of
    his intention to m.tke fin.lproof in sup-
    port of his claim, and that said proof
    will bo made before the clerk of the
    circuit court at Ve non, Fla., June
    20th, 1904, viz:
    JOHN G. DAVIS. of Nixon, Florida,
    Hd 29854 for the swi, of sec. 10, twp
    2s. r. 12w.
    He names the following witnesses to
    prove his continuous residence upon
    and cultivation of said land, viz:
    Robert Nixon, R. D. Maryay, W. W.
    Pitts and J. A. Murray, all of Nixon,
    Fla, W. G. ROBINSON. Itegister.
    Land office at Gainesvill Fla.
    May 1, 1905.
    Notice is hereby given that the fol-
    lowing named settler has filed notice of
    his intention to make finial proof in sup-
    port of his claim, and that said proof
    will be made before the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court at Vernon, F a., on Junlt
    20. 1905. viz:
    ROBERT T. SANGSTER, of Nixon,
    Hd 29947 for the w of nw, nwl of swl
    of see and nei of seo sec 2, tp 2s, r.
    12 w.
    H names the following witnesses to
    prove his continuous residence upon
    anp cultivation of said land, viz.:
    I. D. Murray, Robert Nixon, W. E.
    Pitts and J. G. Davis, all of Nixon, FlaI
    W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
    Land Office at Gainesville, Fla
    May 1. 1805. f
    Notice is hereby given thliat the fol-
    lowing named settler has tiled notice of
    his intention to make final proof in sup-
    poat of his claim, and that said )proof
    will be made before tle Clerk of the
    Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on June
    20, 1905, viz.,

    WILBURN E PITTS, of Nixon. Fla.
    Hd 30007, for the wi oi awl of sec 7, tp.
    2a, r. 12w.
    He names the following witnesses to
    proye his continuous residence upon
    and cultivation of said land, viz.:
    R. D. Murray, Robert Nixon, J. G.
    Davis and R. T. Sangster, all of Nixon,
    F'la. W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
    Laud Office at Gainesville. Fla.
    May 1. 1905.
    Notice 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 Vernon, Fla., on June
    20. 1905, viz.:
    JOHN A. H. MURRAY of Cook. Fla.
    Hd 21,286 for the ejof nei of gec. 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, 1905. '
    Notice 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 Vernon, Fla., on June
    20, 1910i, viz:
    ROBERT NIXON, of Nixon, Fla.,
    Hd 29865 for the swY4 ot swi section 1
    and s of sel and nwi of set of see. 2,
    t1). 2-,. r, 12w,
    Henamus the following witnesses to
    prove his continuous residence upon
    and cultivation of said a nd, viz.:
    R. T. Sangster, S. L. Loudermilk. J.
    G. Davis and R. D. Murr ay, all of Nix-
    on, Fltt W G ROBINSON, Register,



    Copyright. 1904, by Lowell Oth Reeu

    Magnolia was one of those quiet lit-
    tle towns by the southern sea where
    many people go to spend the winter.
    Its chief beauty lay in the wide forest
    of live oaks all about, through which
    wound the level driveway, with its ac-
    companying bicycle path. The sea
    knocked lazily at the door,, but never
    with enough energy to cause the quiet
    little town to give it any attention be-
    yond that of an occasional midwinter
    bathing party or a clambaking expedi-
    tion up the coast, where the rocks
    were large and black in the moonlight
    and the scene peculiarly adapted to the
    telling of ghost stories and the walks
    home eminently well suited to the tell-
    ing of love stories which, while not so
    thrilling, were infinitely more satisfac-
    Carleton saw her on the avenue one
    morning. Het watched rher enter a cer-
    tain housewith roagnolias in the front
    yard. She entered with an air of pro-
    prietorship, and Carleton promptly de-
    cided that it was her uhme. He strode
    away to the nearest drug store and by
    skillful diplomacy elicited from the
    benevolent old gentleman with specta-
    cles that the house was occupied by
    Colonel Barclay of New York, and-
    But Carleton promptly forgot the
    rest of it as being "irrelevant, incom-
    petent and immaterial." He remem-
    bered the name, however, and he saw
    her again that evening-afar off.
    He was a modest fellow, and he tried
    to keep out of sight. However, he
    thought about her most assiduously,
    and finally he dreamed about her. This
    was getting serious. To think all day
    about a girl you've never met and to
    dream about her all night is alarming
    and an indication that it is time for
    you to leave town or hunt up a mutual
    Carleton knew no one in Magnolia,
    and he could not induce himself to
    leave. He continued to haunt the
    beach and drive and tell his troubles
    to the big pointer, who always listen-
    ed with an appreciative thump of the
    tall and a tremendous droop of his
    cavernous jaw.,
    One evening Carleton was lying upon
    the grass half a mile from town when
    suddenly the pointer sprang up with
    a startled bark and rushed out into
    the middle of the bicycle path, frisking
    and ready for a romp. He was just in
    time to, collide with Miss Barclay's
    wheel and send that frightened young
    lady to the ground in an undignifed
    Carleton ran out in a perfect agony
    of contrition. "It's all Don's fault!"
    he cried. "I hope you won't---are you
    hurt?" he finished anxiously.
    The young lady was regarding her
    muddy' costume with mingled wrath
    and mortification. Her face burned a
    rosy red, and she sprang quickly upon
    her wheel and started with all speed
    from the scene of her tumble.
    "IHe's a horrid, muddy beast," she
    half sobbed, "and if I owned him I
    would have him shot." Then with a
    half glance at the abject young man,
    who stood- hat in hand, she swept
    around a bend in the road and was
    Carleton stood benumbed. "It's all
    over now," he sighed. ")on. you've
    done it this time all right." The poor
    pointer hung his head and slunk away
    to lie down behind a tree and watch
    his master with agonized, apprehen-
    sive eyes. lie was guilty, but so sor-
    C'arleton regarded him long and

    pe feetly outrageous of ih S.''
    tried to be angry-very, very angry .
    Biut somehow slie did not quite suc-
    eceed. She emrenirnhrrtr.'. the picture of
    a tall, liIlma:el yt) ILUi ,fellow with a
    well bred f'lce';-tta:iimii before her
    with a look u tsernil.le apology, and
    she was bound to'confos'i that she was
    not able to feel just as indignant as
    she ought. She read the note once
    "inpudent!" she said to Don. "in-
    pudent- but-but clever!" and she
    laughed. The dog laughed back and
    whacked the ground violently with his
    Then the real serious part of the puz-
    zle occurred to her. She did not know
    the man's address. How then could
    she send this valuable animal back to
    him? And really did she not owe him
    an apology for her rude remark to him
    yesterday? He had not been to blame,
    and he had tried so hard to apologize.
    After awhile she decided to advertise
    -discreetly. It seemed the best solu-
    tion of the distracting problem. She
    untied the rope and led the dog around
    to the rear of the house, where she
    turned him over to the housemaid, and
    went in to telepWone her advertisement
    to the paper.
    Fifteen minutes later she found her-
    self o4.tn the bafktiar agaJn. Don's
    eyes met her reproachfully. He was
    confined, ignominiously in a chicken
    Miss Barclay tried her best to think
    It was all right. Then she gave it up.
    He was such a splendid dog after all!
    She took him from the coop and al-
    lowed him the freedom of the back
    yard: Don did not abuse the privilege.
    He seemed to understand that he was
    on parole. He lay down at her feet and
    watched her adoringly. She wandered
    away to the hatnmock and tried to for-
    get the whole incident in a book. Don
    followed, sat ddwn and peered solemn-
    ly over the edge of the hammock with
    grave eyes which seemed to say,
    "What are you going to do about it?"
    That evening Carleton picked up the
    paper and read:
    R. C.-Your dog has been pardoned and
    released on his own recognizance. l'lease
    come and get hliD. L. B.
    And when Carleton called Don had
    been promoted. lie was in the parlor.
    lying on the best Persian rug.
    "Bless old Don"' said Carleton fer-
    vently six mouth later. "Ile caused
    it all. ]le'.3 a diplomat worthy the
    court of St. James."
    "Yeo,' ..~id 1li- Barclay, with a shy
    smile, "he's almost as great a diplomat
    as his master, save that he lacks his
    master's impudence."
    "Perhaps," assented Carleton cheer-
    fully, "but much goes Wvith impudence
    which n:ighlitl possibly be missed Ly
    nmere diplomacy." And he kissed her.
    '"*ls--r '-- -- j



    Cop.rilt il 904, by Bdle Mazniate

    On "butter day" little Susie Bradley
    always wiped the breakfast dishes.
    She was making but little progress
    with that occupation now, however, by
    reason of running to look out the win-
    dow every few minutes. Although she
    took a handful of silver, a platter or
    a pile of plates with her on each trip,
    wiping as she went, she was not keep
    ing pace with Rosie, the help, who was
    washing the dishes.
    "I vow, Susie, thiaJs the tenth time
    you have gone to that window!"
    "Oh, I can't alit to see her!" sighed
    Susie. "I am sad afraid the train is late."
    The coming of the city cousin, Kath-
    lyn Randall, was always an event. The

    '"Ul, !'. Milihes, what can I do for
    you y" :ikd .Mrs. Bradley.
    "'Why- -c---oh, we want some more

    ook, andl he unes so mach butter!"
    Mr.. iBradicey's eyes twinkled as she
    oe. a roll of b -tter, wh!le Susie giggled
    )tr igit, ;and he could see that Miss
    l'.d.il. l was mu:ed, though she was
    luile igioI'ing his presence. Suddenly
    it came to him in a flash that Susie
    had repeated his remarks. He turned
    to go, and Mrs. Bradley said good na-
    "Busse. go as far as the barn with
    Mr. Milnes and show him where to get
    siiOle cider."
    On ihe way out he asked Susie anx-
    iously if she had told what he said.
    "Oh, yes," she replied cheerfully.
    He groaned.
    "What did your cousin say?"
    "She said you didn't look like such a
    Ice winced and was silent for a mo-
    menl. Then he said suddenly:
    "Say, Susie, is her father's name
    Wellman Randall?"
    "Yes. Uncle Wellman is her father.
    Heis -awk ly rich"
    Of cum':se '1, wts. Every oni4 knew
    f VWellfuan Randall, the successful
    "I am sorry," he said half to himself.
    "Why?" asked Susie Indignantly.
    "Tncie Wellman is lovely."
    "I know he is, but I wish he were
    Scoh a wish was beyond Susie's un-
    derstanding, and she thought he was
    oking. All "aay ne loaded ana smoKea
    by hlnelf and thought of the vision
    ;at t:;e Bradleys. At twilight he Insist-
    ed that the milk was sour and went up
    to the house for a fresh supply. By
    good fortune Miss Randall was alone
    in the orchard.
    "Miss Randall," he said, coming up
    to her, "we are all prone at times to
    say utterly idle words that we don't
    mean. I couldn't know'that you were"-
    "That I was what?" she asked as he
    "That you were the hundredth wo-
    man. Until I saw you I had no reason
    to suppose that you were not one of
    the ninety-nine. I don't wonder you
    think me a cad, though."
    She blushed a little.
    "I am afraid Susie is leaky," she said.
    Further conversation was prevented
    by Mr. Bradley's appearance upon the
    "Come. Kathlyn, if you want to go
    with me to see the committee. We
    must be starting."
    "Yes, uncle. Good night, Mr. Milnes."
    And she walked away, leaving Neil dis-
    The next day. Sunday, the men were
    away from camp fishing save Neil,
    whose turn it was to cook dinner.
    While in the tent he heard steps ap-
    proaching and then a fall. Going out,
    he saw Susie sprawled on the ground
    by the side of a pumpkin pie. Both
    were quite disturbed on the surface.
    "Oh, dear.'"'--+ cd Susie, "mother
    took such pains, and I walked so slow
    and careful all the way!"
    Miles always had a tender sympa-
    thy with the woes of children. IHe
    picked Susie up in his arms and sat
    down in the hammock with her, kissed
    her gently and wiped away the rain of
    "See here, dea'," he said soothingly,
    "the pie is all right. We can smooth
    it down, and if we can't we'll" call it
    pudding. You needn't tell any one at
    the house, and the fellows won't know
    the -difference. They'll think it's the
    proper style for a pie. You stay and
    watch me get dinner and help eat it,
    and then we'll have a boat ride."
    Susie was quickly comforted. She
    was not used to being petted except
    by Cousin Kathlyn, and her heart went
    t +inh-t intr\ ^Nil'a snrvlicT henceforth


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    owv for working plants in the garden. It
    :tiljtisti;ist ; the weight the block to
    the blade is attached keeps it in the
    , and the depth of plowing is regulated
    iuhg the handles. A boy or girl of ten
    an handle it with perfect ease. It has a
    steel wheel, the height of which makes
    Lw light of draft. It has five blades: 1 i4
    ng mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweepor weeding
    de, 4 a bull-tongue, 5 a rake. Wrench
    li) each plow.
    We have made arrangements by
    which we can furnish this' plow at
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    freight to St. Andrews Bay about one dll:(r, making +he plow, delivered
    S$4.50. But the BrO' proposes to do better than this and will send 'the Bnov
    ene vecr and fu-nish one ofthese plows complete at the factory for $4.50
    purchaser to pay freight
    The plow may be seen in operation at the editor's residence at any time
    Order from the BlUOY direct.
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    Cioughtf u11 sira ignt, g in 0o i e s Set'.& .' '
    t.oughtful'y. visit generally,, occurred in strawberry Kathln is on to ta her1
    "Cousin Kathlyn is going to stay here.
    "Don, old boy," he said. "t's up to or harvest time, but what could have and teach the school. Our teacher 'is ill I 1'.0 D'CL C ..7.. L..- ,-,- '..
    you. You've got to be sacrificed. It 'induced her to come to the farm in andeahhes Our teach -
    i and has gone nway. Isn't that lovely?"
    ),-es hnad with me, old chap, but she November was beyond the combined ha rSold at St. Andrews Bav, Fla., a.t
    "W'hat in the world is she going to
    ..as condemned you, and that settles conjectures of the Randall family. She do hat for" he wsd is she ging t DR. MITCHEL'S D S .
    it." had written a short note saying she "I mustn't tell. Cousin Kathlyn told -.-~- .:'- -.-- .'---
    Don wagged his tail anxiously and would be there that morning for a long ,, ni t r hin -... ,.
    v-ilh doubt.' He (didnt undeIstand, on- visit. me it wasn't nice to repeat things. .
    ly that things were not at all right and "Can hardly wait for what Susie?" Nell questioned no further. "It's i' '.i
    "Can hardly wait for what, Susie? P.r a wger. ES AS. "'i" r s *
    that there was trouble ahead, asked a mnly oice. some whim" he thought, "or a wager. -.. .
    When Miss Barclay came down the Susie 'looked up into the handsome She won't keep that up very long. ..
    next morning she found the big point- face of Neil Miles, one of the men When Kathlyn went itto v 's i- . . d-
    er tied to a magnolia tree In her front side that night for a little visit with : .-- ., 9 1.'
    er tied to a magnolia tree in her front from the city who were camping down her cousin she casually mentioned. .,'-e -.
    yard. Affixed to his collar was a card. on the river for the shooting season. Nel's n mentioned *'- -'. ,.T' b *- r -.-
    She stood for a moment in blank It was Nell's turn.tocome for the milk Neil's name.
    amazement looking at the dog. Don and butter wit which Mrs. Bradlechld sat p in bed, her eyes d at St. An s Bay, Fla
    sat down and smiled at her, thrashing supplied them. h l shining. At Dr. Mfitche 's Drug Stere.m
    his tail vigorously among the leaves "My cousin. g I lovehim!" shecried. -Cal for free sample.
    to tell her he was sorry, but mighty usand, oh. sheis so lvely and weas "Why, Susied te f-----e of
    friendly. such beantlful clothes!" 'Thereupon Susie confided the fate of
    The girl approached slowly. Don Milnes laughed and walked out the pie and told how he had kissed 0 ora
    watched her, but made no extravagant through the woodshed and across fields and comforted her. The next morning We offer for sale a strip from the
    demonstrations. It was a point in his of stubble to join his companions. when Neil chanced to be strolling n south side of the north half of the
    favor and went far toward excusing "I can just Imagine the citycousin," the lane near the little schoolhouse he northwest quarter of section 10. town-
    hisill chosen frivolity of the day be- he thought, "clad In a bargain shirt met Kathlyn. To his surprise she ship 4 south, range 14 qxest, running
    for B l st st and ptur at from stopped and spoke to him, smiling froi the school house to-,:.ion bayou,
    'Miss Barclay laid a tentattie ha.3nd pure froln m th graciusly adjoining Millville on the south. Will be
    upon his head. Don looked into her try folk about her with her stle "SPasie told me how good you were to sold in 'acre, quarter, or balf-acre lots,
    eyes gravely, but made no effort th The price asked willt be according to
    eye gravely, but made o t Heheard the round of running feet her," she said. e price asked be codin to
    presume upon the short acquaintance behind and tu"re, expecting to see a "Susie's a darling!" he exclaimed, location. W. A. EMMONS & CO.
    by unseemly fawnings. young colt, but it was Susie. "And say, Miss Randall, if I can help
    The girl smiled finally. "Whose dog "Mother said I could go down to the you in the school or anyway"- L:s qti-rtcrs at the farmhouse. lTe was
    are you, anyway?" she asked quizzica!- river road and meet them and ride She laughed. very hi::ppy except when he remem-
    ly .. -. -. home with them.' "Oh, I can manage the school all bered how paltry his income would ap-
    The pointer opened his wide jaws o ha fall right. I understand children." pear in companion with Miss Ran-
    and laughed with a soft, panting You cousn wl thnk she has fal "I shall come and see how you get 'ai's millions. Suioe used to watch
    on in clover when she hears there are
    breath. Then he solemnly raised the four young men w n the premises," lhe on," he declared. i closly when he was in one of
    right paw and laid it in Miss Bar- young mesu He appeared in the schoolroom the thes e r, eres, and her warm little
    clay's hand. Curiosity took possession "Oh, she has lots of beaus," replied very next day and announced that he hear, enMihtee by her affection for
    of the girl, and she tore the card from had come to "visit." She was pro- Neil. divined the cause. She reached a
    the dog's collar and read it: "Then she'll be sure to want more. oked, but she could not turn him out. ec n Her o tity came that
    Dear Miss Barclay-Here is the bearer, Tell he e are all married, wil you" She had written some words on the evening. ':: went to the barn to hold
    Don, pursuant to your expressed wish of, h e, had cau te blackboard for the pupils to use in the lantern for Nell while he got some
    yesterday. Perhaps it is a bit cowardly, Susie, however, had caught the se n She now pointed tothe cidr.
    but I confess I haven't the heart to kill sound of distant wheels and sped tene "income I am going to t you why Cousin
    him myself. He and I have been chums r quickly away. Milnes met them rid- first one, "income." "I am gol you why Cousin
    long time, and he Is the only being I "Who can make a sentence and use Kathlyn teaches school," she said
    know in the whole south. So, while I ex- in n the light wagon, Mr.. Bradley and hat word correctly?" she asked bluntly.
    press my deepest regret for the annoy- the baggage on the first seat, and Susie "Do call on that ltleo shlouldl't, Susie: Didn't
    ance he caused you yesterday, let me-be- perched proudly on the bhIa' seat be- on that l b:t ,oi it"
    speak for him an easy and painless death; se he irl that sentence or he'll wring his hand off," she i'te yoi uot o o?"
    for he has his good points. Very respect- de te mot stunning loot g whispered Nel. "N. he didn't say not to tell that
    fully, ROBERT CARLETON, he had ever seen. Mr. Bradley reined She gave the youngster the floor, and especially. Perlides. every one knows
    "Well!" ejaculated Miss Barclay: uP ad presented Milnes to his niece, he jumped to his feet in triumph; yell- but you. You know you wished Uncle
    when she had read it, "Oh, my!" She Miss Randall, wli acknowledged the ing We!lm-a was pOjr?" '
    gnnced furtively up and down the introduction ally. Then they "Yes," he said, his heart beating with
    street and acrosA the way and seemed drove on, and ilnes, recalling her I coe a rat" m f h .
    abot to was in tailored traveling coat with the big Ta was too much lfor Nel's c- le. inow. lost everything he
    out to run Nobody was In sight, bunch of violets fastened at'the belt, posure, and ihe gave way to an infec- had i a !n ite, anid l e senlt Cousin
    however, save a ragged negro boy car- the chic hat and correct appointments tious fit of laughter, in which teacher had tl a "inrte, and he sent Cous n
    trying a valise around the corner. "How and scholars joined. Ialn lre to stay while he went
    foolish of me:" she smiled. She re of vel, gloves and purse, also foreign "You had better go now" she said
    read the note and looked at the doge labeled steamer trunk, was amused at The Woodchuel Is Lazy.
    Ships preconception of the "city cousin." to her visitor. There is no animal that exerts less
    Don wigwagged her a rienly signal, He went on to the camp racking his If I'll promise not to come again ener in theoe of a year than the
    and the tears came to her eyes. Killbrans for a plausible errand to the may I come every afternoon and row woodehuck. lie feeds upon the best in
    such a dear fellow! Never!"errand to the
    such a dear fellow te er a p farmhouse, but his wits, usually fer- you and Susie home by the river way?" the meadow and occasionally in the gar-
    Sre sat down on the gftss and puck- tile refused to sgest. Finally he She consented to this arrangement den, being very fond of the juicy peas
    ered her brows as she thought. Presresolved to go a and await a in- and thenceforth came halcyon days-to and beans and tender lettuce. Then as
    ently a light came nto her eyes and spiraon. When he reached the farm- Nel and Susie at least winter comes on he forgets'all care and
    she gasped. Then she frowned and November vanished, and so did the worry, crawls into his burrow and,
    smiled, house, Miss Rand ll, charmingly gown--
    smiled. s ed, was in thekthen with her aunt. hunters, save Neil, who lingered and like the bear, falls asleep, not to
    "Impudent rascal!" she said. ".He's ed, was uthe fen th her aunt. p Mrs. rali!' 'a invitatioU took up awaken till spring--St. Nicholas.
    tia. t.-at ~o-nlqinted .with me. It's ..... a.l... y.V.oute. the youg man

    April 17, 1905.
    Notice is hereby given that the fol-
    lowiin named settler has filed notice of
    her intention to make final proof in
    support of jis claim, and that said
    proof will be made before the Clerk of
    the Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla.,,on
    June 20, 1005, viz:
    SAMUEL T.NOLAN of Murfee, Fla.,
    HId Y335'3 for the net of nwland wiof
    ivw( (or lots 3, 4 and 5) of sec 27, tp.
    2s, r. 15w.
    He names the followinA witnesses to
    prove his contimnous residence upon,
    ajd cultivation of said land, viz:
    C_ E Murfee, R. L Ellis, A. A. Mo.
    Coliotn, and R. F. Murfee,,all of Morfee,
    W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
    jfdF';ditor's fee paid.
    April 17, 1905.
    Notice is hereby given that the fol- ,
    lowing named settler has filed notice oqfL-
    his ioljiLtiol, to make (ommutaltou
    proof i' ,pp' rt of his claim, and that
    said proof %rill be made before clerk of
    the circuit court at Vernon, Fla., on
    June 20, 1905, viz:
    GECOlGE BROXTON, of Murfee, Fla.,,
    Hld : ;I61 for the wj nwl of sec. 26 and
    ei of nek sec. 27, t:. 2s, r. 15w.
    He names the follow .ing witnesses to
    prove his continuous residence upon
    and cultivation of said land, viz:
    Samuel T. Nolan, R. L. Ellis, A. A.
    McCollom, and W. N. Dickson, all of
    Murfee, Fla.
    W, G.ROBINSON, Register.
    9"-Editor's fee paid.

    An A.istra!ial View of r's.
    "When I get back to Aa,~tralia," said
    a resi det of Melbourne, "1 shall tell
    ruy friends vihen they set off for a tour
    of the ULnitedl Sttes that they can cut
    out alinost every other town and make
    ;Washingtou the Mecca of their pil-
    g'nrima-e. 1 am not saying this by way
    of tossing a superfluous bouquet at
    the national capital, for local pride
    does not require the encomiums of a
    transient vi 3Lor.
    "I came hLte intending to stay per-
    haps forty eight hours, but after a
    week's sojourn I'd like to linger in-
    definitely. I count the time I spent in
    New York and Chicago as almost wast-
    ed, especially Chicago. There's a town
    [ would not call home even if they
    were to offer me their entire collection
    of skyscrapers as a condition of resl-
    dence. But Washington Is different
    Here you have pure air, skies that ri-
    val those of Italy, the finest streets of
    any city in the world and, last, but not
    the least, a population that does not
    seem possessed of the idea that the
    pursuit of wealth is the only thing
    worth while."-Washington Post,

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