Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00216
 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: July 13, 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: VID00216
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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: t. S. R. MhR l-
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p ,,-..' ... .... r-c, S M .
.. ,.; 21 D isl rict.
.. Iliy; 3d District,
,'; ..a Tallahassee.
L.ii.h US,._'--Re.-teri. W%. G. Rollln-
son: Receiver, H. S. Chubb, Gaiues-
State-Governor, N. B. Broward; Sec-
retary, H. C. Crawford; Treasurer.
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, W.
S. 'H. Ellis; Comptroller, A. J. Croom;
Superintendent ot Public Instruc-
tion, W. f1. Holloway; Commission-
er of Agriculture, B. E. McLin:'
S, ate Senator,. S. W. Clark,- Bloutits-

J Rwo1; Glerk' rt, County
61 J. R. We r;'CI
Clerk, Recorder of Deeds, W. C.
S- lockey:- Sheriff, C. G. Allen, VeT-
non; Deputy, C. H. Dantord; Tax
Collector, Jno. R. Thompson, St.
S Andrew; Treasurer, LouisH. Howell,
Vernon; Tax Assessor, J. W. Bowen,
Duncan; County Superintendent, B.
SF. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Collins, Vernon; CountrX, Commits-
i ners, B. F. Swindle Vernon; A.
1 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. Eom-
nions, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk,
Circuit Court, W. A. Emmons;
School Directors, G. W. Surber, Sr.,
P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis-
tress, Zadie H. Ware.
Millville-Postmaster, Henry Bovis;
Constable, J. H. Daffin,
parker--,Postmaster and Notary Publle
W. 11. Parker,
C.allaway-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
Saunders-Postmaster, R. Peters.
AllUnton-Postmaster, Andrew Allan.
AndersonuPostmaster, S. W. Ander-

West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
Mv-ureeB Postmaster, James M. Murfee.
Gay-Postmistress, Mrs. R. Gay.
Tompkins-Post er, Emery Tomp-
--B head-I---Postmaster, O. C. Tompkins.
Cook-Postmaster, J. J: Fowler.
etappo-Postmlstress, Mrs. Dyer.

> Calhioun County Cromanton-Postmaa-
ter, Frank W. Hoskins.
Parmrdale-Postwaster, W. F. Wood-
S** *
The northern mails, via, Anderson,
Gay, Bay Head and Chipley departs
every day except Sunday at 3:00
o'clock a. in., arrives every day ex-
cept Sunday at 7:15 p. m.
Eart Bay mail for Harrison, Miliville,
(romantou, Parker, Pittsburg, Cook,
rduale and "W etiil,)o leave.u St.
:ign at 5:30 o'clock, arrives, coming
est at 7 clock P. m.
Baptist-Curch WTVyoming ave. front-
ing Park St. Services at 11 a. m. and
7:o0 p. m. Sunday School every Sun
lay at 10 a. m. Rev. C. L. Joyneri,
1to4nodist Episcopal--Church Wasi- i
ingtona ave. and Che~stnut st Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. every 'Sunday.
toev. J. M. Conway, pa-tor.

a. mi. ?every Sudaya Jc a Stur-
a..rsbye -- hu e e 1r n

e. re 14
oc, S -Apt.-

Regulair Coninilli-
cations on the first
and third Satnurday
.i in each month.
SVisiting Brothers
W. A. EMMoss,Secretary


Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notary
S Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
affidavits; legalize acknowledg-
ments, etc., anywhere in Florida.
speciall attention given to land con-
veyances a8d marriage ceremony per-
formed for lawfully qualified parties.
Office at the Buoy Office, St. Andrews
Attorney at Law,
S. Vernon, 1'ia.
rotary Public for State at large- Of
fice at Store, corner of Lorainoe ave-
nue and Cincinnati st,- All Notarial
S work solicited 'and given prompt.at-

Physician and Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of Bay view, offers his profes-
s ional services to the citizens of St.
IG Andrews and vicinity. Residence on
Buena Vista avenue.

/Homoeopathic Physician and Accou-
cheur. Office Pioneer Drug Store,

Notary Public for the State of Flor-

ida at Large. Office at Parker, FJa.
Conveyancing and payment of taxes
for non-residents, specialties.
What "A the Meanin of "Vulgar 't
Sir Walter Scott's daughter once
spoke in his hearing of something she
could not endure because it was vul-
gar. "My dear," replied her father,
"you speak like a very young lady. Do
you know, after all, the meaning of
this word 'vulgar?' It is only common.
Nothing that Is common, except wick-
edness, can deserve to be spoken of
with contempt. When you have lived
to my years you will be disposed to
agree with me In thanking God that
nothing really worth having or caring
about in this world Is uncommon."-
Lockhart's "Life of Scott."
,------ t

Onel lolliara Year iii Advalnce.

Eiilerd Scept 3. a!t' 2, at St. Anilrevt ,
Flti., as stcnl aj .la-l In mat'er, Ii li(-r
A, C ,I L'O:, I,i, O1" MQii'rCb 3, I ''.

I1 R I E T o .

Display n01. rate-, p. per inch I"""r
month. 'Poithion arld extrarinl;atiar
condition rat:e ul.,ject to special
"Local Drift." te per line. fii-t ineor-
tion; 21c eacli Euil.,s qic t. [ pla

I r thi.-i paria ra8 l i ,i;-Ii.kCl:-1 v. it.li a
bltuepn."i- il it. i a reminder that (.i..i
.u)ibtcription h[.a--; piir,-d an.i l itat Ito
or three extra numbers will be sent
you that no break may occur should"
you choose to renew.

%^(A Q F THE '

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Branch President-Mrs. W. A. Emmons.

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

"Have you had 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 ecd appears,
Pass it on."

'Motto--God (C'I,.-..
ror,* 1 -- '', 1 ; ..v l ,L
[ *1, - .

Son-''Sattcer Suansn inot. '"

Pensacola ,Jiourai,ainuly 4: Miss
Anderson and lier guest, Mrs. W. A.
Emnimns, were delightfully entertain-
ed at the liaysliore lmnie of Dr. War-
ren E. Anderson, a day or two ago.

Has your life been bitter sorrow?
Live it down.
Think about a bri-lit tomorrow,
Live it. down.
You will lint it never pays
Juat to sit web-eyed and gaze
On the grave of vanished days;
Live it down.
Is disgrace your falling burden?
Live it down.
You can win a brav4 heart's guerdon,
Live it down.
Make your life so free from blame
That the lustre of your fame
Shall hide all the olden shame:
Live it down.
Has your heart a secret trouble?
Live it down.
Useless griets will make it double,
Live it down.
Do not water it with tears-
Do not feed it with your fears-
Po not nurse it through the years--
Live it down.
Have you made some awful error?
Live it down.
Do not hide your face in terror;
Live it down.
Look the world square in the eyes;
Go ahead as one who tries
To-be honored ere he (ties;
Live it down.
-Ella Wheeler Wilcox.

We owe each other the best that is
in us. Whoever turns away the
best, and gives-us tihe low and mean,
hurts us, makes our life less, and, so
far as in him is, darkens the face of
thr world. To save a man from sin is
to help turn his good self again
on the word. Wherever love shines,
whoever gives us his best, whoever
turns ithe divine nature upon oui
view, saves us from sin. Fill the
world full ot true men, Iiving the life
of uprightness, and sin is impossible.
The problems of existence cease to
perplex us when we catch the great
truth that these faets carry. Let us
likewise turn a friendly, cheerful face
on the world, lend our best selves to
men, shine with tIhe clear, constant
light of a generous love to hflp aund
save, not hlone those who also shine
back into our faces, but mostly where
need is; where men are poor, ignorant
or triendless; where cares press upon
tender hearts; where little children

will lie luizt if we Iro'nii on thli u, but
will bless us forever, if, like the sun
we go liiiing r.tetaily on.
.-i --- -- -

Yon will
Let this be
the day. Jf
in thought,
ul dgi uill
addel force

do well by doing right,
your opening resolve for
yon wrljng yvour fellow s
in word, or in act, that
comlie hioime to you witl
credited to youJ, sidle ol


but his own self he achieved an hon-
orable .fortune, he built up a .town
where he had found only the vacant
beauty of the bay; lie had numerous
enterprises in business going forward
successfully at the same time; he
was the working head of his political
party; he was informed in the affairs
of his state, his country, and of for-
eign lands. Though lie received but
little training in schools, he died an
educated man; for he never ceased to
reflect, to iltudy, to assimilate the

k-nowledge t.i,
clam acler thlat
"l''posed to
candidate a I'l
.cent them ilL:-
Mtate, % !ie'"

solilaiy ill i diI
llimn to' feel'S1
the hlmiu en c,- >{u
lihe stutel. H*i8 '

I",o il .' rit', i' ke humpp" f upon lgs
nK f :;! :.-. uTg'Iu P like lfe."
Jlit y '\'e !.ai! mind to how yru some-
Sow'u i '!. t' lilnd. on the tflor today," he
r te '..-r 'l:" e o. -ly. ianI froni the bag at
l r the- I i. ( vil,. to,'kl a milp ol opter anud
.,uf ilie :1 it oLti t) him. "It's extremely flat-
M r T n.i- 1 "* '-' ) :.' '. v ny."
i, I 1 ',. i he .lS! "'I hb t ljc's In
Was '. I'."' w, i r-!tteu In a wab-
fl i : 'I.: !r.u l "I i.'mi't see
ne : i e h-i s iIci fear-
tI i d..rk cy.,s. Tie.v're just
i o . I..ilc' silence ond
tr i ki..1, .. v.-.-, ;i i,owiunut's s lenc, uund

.' i thll. to') y,)ln.g bistruc-tors broke
o -' *- rrar of. laughter that wiped out

lhie l.alalnce sheet. Let no one forget
0'hi6-tlle law on this point is inexur-
aLlt: "As. on:'.

TIhr, is aroa(i lo etera.y-
A on>lro.i'Out hi n'ou hLifare,
Where wanton breezes idly play
And blossoms fill tbheair,
It stretches long and far and straight;
It wanders up and down;
It passes many an open gate
And many a little town.

There is a road to yesterday;
The grasses grow beside,
The trees that spread and swing and
And shade the pathway wide.
Its flowers are a goodly sight,
And it goes on and on
And.leads to many a starry night
And many a cloudless dawn.

There is a road to yesterday,
And we may trace its gleam
In flecking shade or dancing ray
Upon some little stream;
Or we may see it, when with eyes
Half closed, we hear a song
That calls up many a glad sunrise
And many a twilight long.

There is a road to yesterday,
And each ope knows its start-
The portal to this wondrous way
Is held within the heart;
From there the pleasant courses lead
As far as one can see--
It rests on many a golden deed
And many a memory.


There is a saying that "No man is
.r' f.Sr.f ;,'' .'3 ,"*-;'E-T" "i,'ll, r ^:lp Hirr ';i!,"
that "No man is missed long." Bothl
are usually true; but neither is true
in the case of our friend and leader,
Lanibert M. Ware. HTe will be missed
as long as those ,xw!ho knew him sliall
live, and it id hard to see how our
community is going to conduct its af-
fairs without him.
This good and able man was easily
our best, not only in the vulgar sense
ot being our strongest, but in the
higher sense which we revere in our
hearts. He had the first essential to
nia.nhood, bravery; but it was so qui-
et that a stranger would never have
taken hiii for the very soul of cour-
age. He told the truth when he saw
fit to speak; and lie who heard his
words knew that it was trath. HIIe
had a deep self-respect that made
him prefer honoi to money; and his
simple spoken promise was known to
be sure. No security was wanted
when he made his promise; we knew
that he valued the fulfillment of his
word above gold. He was a very kind
man, though his avoidance of talk
and brag prevented many from seeing
his goodness. He sympathized with
the weak and lie helped them, hiding
his generosity as if it were a crime.
In this day ot {ubricity, his purity
was like a star shining through
clouds in a dark night. He was clean
in word and thought apd deed, A
striking particular of his manly soul
was his avoidance of slander and
back-biting; lie seemed to think that
it was cowardly to talk about those
who could not defend themselves.
Yet he was quite capable of telling
any man just what he thought about
him and of making good his speech.
The mentality of Lambart M. Ware
accorded with his fine morality. If lie
had had early training and the ad-
vantage of a better field for his tal-
ents, lie might have become in the
Nation what he made himself in our
community. itaiting with nothing

with a 'ch' and busy w:;h au *i:' But I
don'tt mind if you don't," he addled mag-
aa nrinously.
She was -.''.n .: n ;.h -. arm of oif e of
the chairs in a tl:r:.,',ir y grli-:h but
rather undignifie-l .Itri1ul-e... nrtrihbt
'otieed with tii!':cl'tlD- '"itat her
teaching had not ",- nk in" ais.-t.
",ini.l Not I. '.'I.y. ir'S aisoo:l .nA n
-lay. Now, If yoIf .i.me into,.my room ..
o speak to cme d'ii';Ii :i ree1Tftlton., e-
wecially if you I..1.1I la:- **le to' -,.; ih'
it me. the air bec *...-- Ilc .t-,"-ic -thl

vifr S;-1 y) r1 F T ,' :' 1 ti. n tht-


nfowiR ,ie I.tbctrai Drers.
.I.ny i, t'l et.'lri, iliill; tbh idhch'tants
*of Lusan are entirely similar to those
of the rest -,t Tibet. There Is ludced
blut one difftereue even In the dress.
In cue i.rc-liuce through which we
pI haed lihe women use a turquoise
btlUdded halo as a hepailIress. In Lassa
;i illet ornatulute 1Iln the same way
,. 1'-,:':n lo n :) (ic -u ever their hair,
:'.' tid 'rt on e( 'i'h- ide, and falls
.', ,' I ,.ir ILt p -h.uld :'.. It is one of
h..I, I. : t I...-u l'.ug v.ays of doing'th#e
ti.,:" i..t I Lave C.(ver 'tu, and for a
S., .1:1 t.ip tirh, entid e idr'-'s of a wo-
a.., n of I.-';: .vould be. a becoming
Slu F.., f i a faiir-y dress ball at
r' -- i I -ei and the

,rgf ,. i l 'it '
,. ;-- ..

t^ccuyii MiVy a uMfur
niie man. It somedfii t'a:jpeaied Ii
tlihe nii iei'.li et.d ob- river that he
was actually doing hli4 ball ol all tlie
work of the legislalnt'..
lie .uc:eet'dtd 4lio by. blhbig. to
his own nature e. Il ls ro tollpr,,,iinienit
point of characters string lcomonU
sense, did not fail' hi~ there; lor lie
knew how to ai'leal to the best
among the men wi i' womtni he work-
ed. They were willing ti assist a man
who was so fa-ir, so h'joit, so cour-
ageous, so polite, so ieady, to ac-
knowledge the good that was in
Alas? he is gone; an' we shall see
his like no more. Nuni0 of.s is his
equal in manhood. Ho9 Fhall we live
without him?
Wo need not live wi biout him, for
though he has died he r n:maiii ri ,tIong
us. We cannot forget lifm, we have
bis example by wlhic to guide our
steps. Let us try to iminate him. *

Their Scarlet



Copyright, 19a. by T. 'C. NfrL'lure

In li. l heirrt of hea'Rtslt udiso
-' r [ icii'1pn .l of thi j,.hob
F *,,-.,.'Le.3 ._ r-iara.'cteri
' i 1*.[rcr h i -s L'- R ik

'e ,.h';g v.-s by ii' ne .1" \,:-l-
'' but shiply a :. .' *. g:a:.> by
v-l h he hoied to r ,n :o 0 ..:. d
of st.l..y at I. .
a: I ( d s: noti- ..' ; L ti i .'.' ..-.

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i[ on, *Cli,'-aie L.- I; ..\l' .. :_
1 .' a.i, v:'ou S c i ,n'.\)' w.it iid
"- --y. ",

o er ue.

intl i'l ii:i aii t a al -
,ei ) t. Ti *' (ii'of :y ir 0 i u.-
I iie .t T. t cl, t

But t --!", tlliri- he n?, -d haro,,had no

ion, o, e -:e4.' !.- njiar. ci.cumstanc s.
rtd, a > u r hangefor- wpire h
iot0fjr l(t, t 1 I I i .'
,w i .t ... d.' .ou'y I .. ;, 5

Solt fae: the sicrn. i a i'.omet weith-

,y uc:,erin bwi, then transferri d h Ir.
gnz-eredy at o hiu face nc d in his so
htwr etvy giving him an unaomfo t biae
.cheu ,' that pos abilities iavo-re:' in her

sit thpr tise the nead iave-had no
c"r. i IDli ( Coimyag took '.2e ,a i: r
nuch rntoe cooly thHam pi,:a.t ,'. :.
urekering bro ows, then transfer. rred her.
g'1ze open'y to his face and iau~ghed
outright at the dawning look of relief
she surpr aed there, anti when she

"I don't fed a bit ,,l .a cr- i, ,l ," ',

ashaimrd of feeling 'friendship and in-
:lifference' for a colleague. But candid-
ly"-her tone changed andl became
frav'k and matter of f:wl-"isn't it
am ading that in all li. -,, V' il 'r 1,',,l,
f'rofm which the pigtr,'l] :iisFt;ll d.'n-
gling, as well as the clipped and rum-
pled ones on the other side cf tihe room,
the romantic idea should be.dominant?
You and T being neither very- old nor
very ugly"-her lips twitehed-"wlll
play the leading roles in a living drama
for the next few months. One hundred
and twenty pairs of keen eyes will be
watching r s daily, awaiting some sign
of our Iadmiration for each other. It's-
it's simply .p*--ill;:'-'"
"\!, 'ili'ng"' he echoed. "I. should
tay it was-and some of ;:,eii are still
in the : ,'.- whore thy ".-pc&l future

Il, g,,l humbly. "You share my throne.
T'm-:3 t ,: IT u rin.chl if. Let ne share your trouble, whatever it
SIate'c.l 'l (*'o)it'l f"r'-' ait; 'd! ina uALll ,
Fat-itt: "in Iiu,. toa;. .Uig ii, 111ctal tie
t:"in m' u'is Ita ir The queen laughed merrily. The jest-
Sher tou-:!cd his bells.
"Mtri_,ti'he ag,, b whispered eagerly.
In procession e thru' ,e treeti'., and alil.vhisperd
Young Man who sees o(ie He wd widi The queen nr,-,rod the appeal. A
for a Wife is at liberty to nark ihor by :ry crowd of troubadours were ap-
1;,..wilg his handkerchief." The fur- I cro o roubadours were ap-
ther formaliHes required previous to i i a ie po smnir ed prcot-
mm-na tt wi' With a ilhe of smiles and pret-
this c-m.tI' ;:. r clstom ls the ,,lidil of y ...
the expression :"i ii- --'i .: the handker- ,.. 1, a,, y,,,l i t.' e.~ -
- .; ."h-*.. '. i th tCentury cro

I-"w.---=77 717 .

' Now-"t a,.^ kuo'- that I know, .:,.a',."l,-,ilt lm-'i one heavy iua-
'r., I I l\-now that you know." was Cart- it ,, i ',r,: e', (It!ii ,r crim.sn iui color.
.- lit' s ".' \:Nvbon t Involved explanation. t, 1-.:,. :,y atir-l,.1, rbich hi oth sexes
I 1!.,u't se- any reason why we can't ,, lii hi'mI tb. wa-t with a girdle,
;-',.ls.. Nothing! that those young, i.t I |,u'hi g it it the W ist to
Sbs do can possibly make us shy. form the only pocket that they use.-
Ve;e'il show then that the thread of ro- World's Work.
)3Ta. C: doesn't run through every
1:-: _-.ship between a man and a wom-

"As the scarlet thread through every
lit of rope used by the British navy," sr) -
hie supplemented saucily, and then
the talk reverted to school matters. CH O ICE
But the pupils of the Central High
school were not slow to discover that By CAMNPBELL k.ACLEOD
there was a new ease and unde:Miand-
ing between the incoming teacher ofc
algebra and physiology and the prin- Copyright, 1C05, by D. C. MacLeod
cipal whom every girl in the room se- ")
cretly raved over. rhe jester bowed low before the
Once Jennie Bascom-met them walk- ithron. The king extended a much be-
ing in the park, and notwithstanding jewe,.ei In:n. The jester bent over it
the fact that on this occasion they were y and sl it. The queen
deep in the discussion of pedagogy s h i T uen
she described the meeting to Minnie laugled Lehind her fan and beckoned
Brown, her chum; the next morning the cllon to her side. He sank on the
somewhat after this fashion: steps at her feet.
"They didn't even see till I was close "Th's it my throne for t..':! it." he
to them they were so Interested in each auioun:ced, g.iyly jingling his bells. "I
other. Her cheeks were ail pink-you hall surre:d;er it to no one. For one
know how lovely sheo c.;i:s with the night I shall speak only the plain, An-
color shining through that down on her varin.llhed truth, your majesty.".
face--and he was looking at her, and "One who vould speak the truth, Sir
his c:.s w-:re shi~inii with a great hap- 'op and Bu replied the qieen sage-
i.uie.z." H1i( re Jounie dropped dream- sage
rd, "must mlceeis have some previous
fly into the words of her latest novel- stnes e pre
xpt ielenr.c''.
"And words of love fell from his lips." "1;i. hal" chuckled the king, beam-
"But how do you know? You didn't ing at the vision at his side. "Well
hear them, did you?" demanded the said, my lady. Previous experience,'
practical and unimaginative Minnie. ir. FFool!"
"Hear them!" was Jennie's scornful A~lg jangled in the voice of the king;
retort. "There are some things you you:h bubbled in the laughter of the
don't have Ito hear t kuow then I'll .;,.- ', .;t-en ., .ti m.Ion iously lean-
bet you that he wais proposing to her. ,,1 ,i. i t., I ne t toihe clown and
Just walt-aud wn -tch the third finl;er' i b.,r -e; i% i'r a ruoiuent to rest
of b.-r left hand." ;: f,,,u the bt.e\wil'lt'riimg sight l tb -
But, though ibey waited and watche-d i.,.e -'.r.. ',j b'-t"IL.lliu Q onel '-
%th IL t jb i. IV A

left hand remained unadorned. lad. ... ,,i.., Jul.;~v Iy hor'wroary eyes-
they shown any sign of a mlsunder- in spite of the magnificence surround-
standing all might have been forgiven; 1-vg her and in face of the king's open
but, on the contrary, they were ap- devotion-wars bored. And the even-
parently the best of friends, and Min- lug wv:,,- (,iv hi'gi-n1n.
nle Brown formed a mean habit, twit- The jester at her feet played with
ting Jennie like this: "Yes that will his bolls and hummed "If Ever I
happen just about the time that that Cease to Love" in time with the mu-
Sring appears on Miss Comyng's left sicla!:s for overhead. As he sang he
hand!" And poor Jennie was forced watched the face of the queen. Sud-
to listen In silence, for had she not denly she turned to him.
asserted positively that words of love "Sir Fool," she said gently, "that air
were falling from his lips? She was goes not with that get-up. Save your
conscious of a fearful disappointment voice for ''"- i' Me, Pretty ?Maiden."
with life, and she watched this unac- '"Would she listen if.I told her, think
countable hero and heroine with bit- you?" he whispered eagerly. i"'ie-er
ter, resentful eyes. has never been but one pretty maiden
Meantime the school year .drew to- .-or me, ybim majesty."
ward its close, and Cartrlght, with a "-A maid is but a maid," the queen
dancing heart, saw his dream of two retui-rntid slowly, "and a man but a
years at Heidelberg about to material- man, aond love is but"-- -
ize into a real experience. "Everythitig:" the jester interrupted
"Think of it," he said to Miss Comyng soerious!-. "Lovne is all."
as they rowed upon the little lake In . kin called the second time, then
the park one dusky spring evening, had to l,:,ch the arin of the queen be-
*:;'r.-r June 15 I'm free. Then, ho, for fcre i:e hei;.id him. Two strange
the vaterland! No more refractory boys, :.in-,:,ic tod waiting to be presented.
no more pert, half fledged girls, no Lilnd thle came a train of Cupids,
more tinkling of bells, no more wast- ifheng ins aud monks, each bearing a
ing of life and energy on a life I'm ut- ~ray of -..,,, i, :,,:,. The queen's eyes
terly unfit for-no more chalk, no more -,:we big and suddenly bright. The
Latln"-- inug sat with lis fat hand on his heart
He paused abruptly, as if some un- Inl listened to her bandying repartee
enprctet' thought had arrested hinm, viih each in turn. The jester's bells
and, trailing his oars, he looked curl- were silent. He wmfs attentively study-
onsey "it I'cr. She, to, ap aaread ab- ir t he queen's pink nails on the hand
s;.racted, 'ut' she amI',usei; Ilhr.,eif and re:xtlng on the vase of magnificent
smiled, "W'ell?" roses near the throne.
"I've !:,l an ar,-fl I .' r." he re- "l'ou should have been a queen," the
sumed soberly. "It' never oc-:rredl to Bkig announced ponderously as the last
1(e rntil lh:s iomeunt. but don't you troubadour moved off.
see-there'll be :no more you, either. "You were born a queen," the jester
And I've g t so-so accustomed to you, whispered eagerly.
you know :" "This splendor shall always be
IIi.s face s':owed a p-~.ecd amaze- yours," the king continued in business
meant that this should be so, and the tones. "Everything shall be your that
girl opposite, seeing it, stilll' ivolnun- money can buy. But you were- fitted
tarily. 8he. too, was a trifle bewildered for a real throne."
at a certaIh quick cPnsm'r-tion of the 'Kind hearts are more than coro-
hleart tlat his t-alk about ga i.. abroad nets,' the jester sang softly to the air
had given her. They had ,ee n the very of "Under the Bamboo Tree." "And
best of friends aud .e1 ~,: -.n1. but the truest throne is a throbbing heart,
was that r.ny reason why he should lady." The queen frowned at him im-
feel a quitrk, overwhelmingg asnse of patiently and turned to the king, who
desolation at the mere mention of-his was presenting two foreign generals,
going away? ablaze with decorations. No, she was
Cartwright rowed on absently, mechan- not dancing, she told them. The king
ically. Then, as the dvk melted oft- couldn't dance, and it battered him
ly into darkness, lo made for the shore. that she was so well content on the
The girl opposite him was a mere throne beside him. The Incident was
blurred shadow. The boat poked tH full of signtlfcance. He had wealth, so-
nao)e into the sho-e, am1 b.' jumped out. cial position, everything but her, and
Tbo action seemed to shake off the be- now it seemed that his patience was to
nurimbinig amaniemnent that had fallen be rewarded at last. What woman
upon 1 mn, and i its place came a could hold out in such a fight? The
gr.et, giad certaity. queen sighed and brought him back to
HIe held out a hand-two Ihnds, in earth. He turned eagerly to her. She
fact-to help Miss C'omynlg ashore, and was looking far away. Her thoughts,
as sl:s put lie- into hn lie mur- even to a casual observer, were far re-
murte1, '"y de."', my dea'r--is the moved from this crowded ballroom.
scarlet thread after al!." .."You sighed, your majesty," he


for it'..'.a. 'a.A d' id no:t A ee.

J1 eve,!:. ,;..i-:" T'v. ,,;.-e', !rorwn,4 at

M"I.L. :i ,," .. .* -; Y 'i e n, At o. w.' l', can

a i i'.r jo i rival

":l.., ii. ,' ,;- :: .' the Jeater,
c: ...-.;nr- I. Cf the l ,Ai.lt b hihild the
*. '. '1- *, .-: ainrp it -fourI room In in
;t. lI'pr : p' ,) r-' -:l el te h; sf so dear,
Sc'.' n It lut.. -hhome,

"'- e *l.,t l -ro ', n i o l Iii- .

mcr? ,e s,'" contlhnud the dOlcf old king, '
"and all Paris ain. London shall r1ve
of your beauty :,. your splendor."
"We could -lip ,fY t~get:.hber to the
park," whispered tb, .1l-.r"r., "to listen
to ith band on i.rna.vy -*:* *.'li;. Don't
you remember what you told me under
those moss draped trees that night?"
The queen toyed with her fan and
sighed.. "I love youl I love you! I
love yb0t1" chanted the jester passion-
"As my wife," resumed the king,
"you will always be thi- queen of
scenes like this." The eyes of tihe
queen swept the house before ber-tier
upon tier of beautiful women in gor-
geous gowns and jewels, men whoae
adm iration and ire.f'ercuce counted for
a gceat deal, and, above all e:se, the at-i
mosphere of :wealth and cu'ltu;e and
beauty. Cauld she afford to reject it
all? :
"I am old," 1 :e i; : ;i .1 r ..'o.
"All thit is left in life t.:.i Ie is you.
Surely for .:e_ few years rtmm1ining-
could you not hare then ii'h me?
Thlink"-gently-"wnthat it would mean
-to you-afterviward. I a;k no lo'e"-
"I aurn yu....'" t..'. jester wii-,;e'.-.d
ecrgrly. "I lave you. Th'a T-; are be-
ginning to ci'(.i';. for t;:. better with
nie. (.'an you afford to sell y ~ar .t.lf,
Margot, fo- g.lhl? Wh:it are the klng's
millions to my love, M:,".-.:'' -
Into the ey.; of the q uen a great
ii4:'71 .;'i;>uly leaped, hut 'she 'iFia.d
again when she looked at the kIng.
One by one the makers were st'rg-
gling np to rny go.-d night. Far over-
head tih iliinsi:Jai.io were ppylug a jnl
"If Ever I (C' ile to Luvej.! .enu cnial
air. T'lbl:.gbent we r TArd ?.

pan bids"y.:'u ri,. your nii b.j-ty'" hli
r,,fii ,,,"', *-,1 pleadingly.
"My love"-the jester's lips touched
her hand-'Ilf you choose the palace,
who will keep my home?" The queen
suddenly caught the clown's finers
with a thrilling grasp. Quick as
thought he slipped a riun on the third.
finger of her left hand.
The king and queen had risen to
"I shall come for my answer at 4 to-
morrow," he reminded.
"Why-why not take it i.ll."' ?" the
queen asked shyly. "I can never mar-
ry you, your majesty, [:eeause I am to
wed another.'
"To wed another?" the king faltered
pitit:liy. "c'o- -wedl- another?"
"Ti's i. h. y.lr n njfvety," the queen
rer l',.l. t lin;i t i Ji'. ter.
i l : : ;,.-', ,. ,r,,,,. ,,, i ..,._
l ias ;hou;g'iht,' the jester
announced :rn mulvy tones. And he
knelt and kissed tlhe cold hand of the

The Man Eiatltin Battain.
The' man eating Battas of N, ?li
Sumatra have a postal system. Th. y
miake use of hollow tree trails t;t
ero::s roads, and t,'ese i ':I::l'-:.'e letter
bo'es are l;'r.-ly p1atronized by y,'':. ;
nicni and woncen, who read and write
iid corre-~pond in a ~:. .i '.c; .n:.,tict
s er pt, which is tra-ce-1 ou p*).:u l -a.'.'
v eorti cl! lin e s th a t ru n .'; , rd i n :d
from left to r:ght. Tihe .
though undoubted car u!bna i. na'i .:. i- I
in agriculture. and in raising r t (.
1:,i form large .,.ll..:l.i: l.I"J
ajn i, ,"2 ini- .I g ivar 'g")v : *., '' '.-y 0
hiefa, popular .;i I,; .,.: wr:lt-
e~i civil anrd :i .al .,de. '..',.*'* pictur-
n.!"UB (t ll'.h?:'? b -' hi.'l ren .* I ti'' to
Arvias c(r :' e ..t-'r, ,f h P:.e. jr-'n d ' r 13
3 : .*' for thcr live st" i. ,: th.:r
4S[11 in ironw.ora;, pot'ry and weaving
they ire probably in I.-l',..,I to II n;i.lo
i-.'.',',, _. and their r,-1.i;l-iia habit is -
eo;bh'ed x.-l;! if a II.i '!i a tlriuneo
Je lty, Creator, Preserver and l)o lr yer.

* OKpt 0 I(I ILtitK.

Miss Goitall-Did yoell ttcnd the g(-r-
man last nig1:t? Mr. FPul e -No. I
cai't speak the Iciir:'.. :4 :ird I !.n -*w
I. should not-enjoy :' i l.- ''"( :''.-
T:d in I r 'l.
Cayboy- Do you know ithl;'
about betting on horse races' .Gay-
man-I know all about it I've quit.-
'hllngo' Tribune.

Nothing is more :: it:l !e Ih:.u true
ni',dle ty, and D .Ih:.': ia o- :-' con-
temptible than the T'.lse.-Addiion.

Those who are gaining flesh
and strength by regular treat-
ment with
Scott's Emulsion
should continue the treatment
In hot weather; smaller dose
und a little cool milk with It will
do away with any objection
which Is attached to fatty pro-
ducts during th.e heated,
S .:.n i f.', ,< .~.
409-415 1.'I "'e, : v York.
5'C an Li.io al dr4i.1-lW-.
i ^^^^^www--1-^ '-'- ^

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NOTs.-lt must he remembered that the
wiud is not a wholly reliable motive pow-
er and if the sailors sometimes find it im-
poesible to make schedule time it must be
cl argued tothe elements; they do the best
the cean.

'i be itr. Tarpon arrival from the
moath at 5:10 p. in. and from the
west at 12:40 p. m. yesterday.
The Cleopatra is on the ways at
Parker where she is being equipped
with gai(.liiie engines.


W. F. WooDvonI P'iori.ITOR
Fitted in splend:d condition to take ex-
cursioijt or -LaawW" -" -yW
t4-itJAy or Gulf Guod cabin I)rotectio
in the evert of bad weather. Terms reas-
onable. Also,
Capacity 10,}0 feetof Lumhler will Ferry
between Farmdale and Allanton. on East
iay and will deliver freight of every de-
scription, including live stock to ainy
point on St. Andews Iavy. For particu-.
lars, address W. F. WooDvtOK, Farll-
dale, Fla.

Makes regular trios between St. An-
drews Bay and Pensacola. Good passen-
ger accommodations and special atten-
tiou paid to handling and carrying freight
at reasonable rates. For particulars ad-
dress, CAPT. S. W. ANI)ERSOV,
Andeor-on, Fla

Equipped With Two Gasoline Engines,
LeavesSt. Andrt:was iHav every Monday
leaves Pensacola .every Thursday
weatherr peiiiiittiiig). Special attend
tion will I)e gi ten ti receiving and
forwardiing freight for nar ies living on.
aatR and iNorllh Bay, .)'amHsingers for
poinItaoI either arm of the Bay can
depend upon securing prompt trans-
oortation at rIeason alle rate. I as-
senger accoininm.dtions good. Express
and Railroad Freigtit specialties. For
turlher inlforniation apply to
L. IM. IWAIt. Gen. Manager.


C ries the East B;ty Mail ,et ween St.
Airtlewpi Hav, W\eI;ppo aid initermiedi-
S ,e c ,Suii.ia it .;(IU n. ia .; n arrive at

' 7: p..nI. AI.tl.esl ,,lli.i ,<.regularly al
Ml 'rriuri, Ci o ni.it,,I., F .rk.'r. P'iil -
hurg, and Varrnidale. Freight landed at
iiny postoiCee w1arf. For prIssenger and
treiglti rates, see Iite card iin i he sev-
esal poslollices.
F'. A. Wr Inaicu.. Manager.

A Week's Veat.lier.
rlie following table iives the maxi-
iimini, mniiiminniiu and meoan tempera-
tures, tlie raiinfall ant' dir'oction of the
wind, for tke twenty-four lours ending
at 7 o'clock p) in.. as iNidilated b'y U1. S.
governinon't selfregisterinr tl ihouiro-
iters. ,ix:M-: i M ,l..I?' W i .,
July... 5 '1, 75 P .008 w
ti 91 72 S2 0 w
1 7 49)1 7 'i i 81t .l o' 3S
S w;t 75 8; I .u). s-vw
10 Utl. 7; j 81i .:1,1 so
10 91 I 34
S" 11 8 73 81 2.25
JIorwyek..- 91 75 83-I 2.'75,

Rev J. M. Conway will preach in the
M. E. church next Sunday morning
and evening.
The Presbyterian Sunday school be-
ing nnlted with that of the M. E.
church, a union school will be conduct-
ed every Sunday morning at 10 o'clock
in the M. E, church.
Everybody is cordially invited to all
*f these services.
M larl .urCfe 'wiertll.
Professor Smith was once lecturing

on natural philosophy, and in the
course of his *experitnon's he Intro-
Onced a momt powerful magnet, with
which he attracted a block of iron from
a distance of two feet.
"Can any of you conceive a greater
attractive power?" demanded the lec-
turer, with an air of triumph.
'" can," answered a voice from the
"Not a natural terrestrial object."
"Yes, indeed."
The lecturer, somewhat puzzled, chal
lTuged the man who had spoken to
name the article. -..,
Then up rose old Johnny Sowerby.
Said he: "I will give you facts, pro-
leesor, and you can judge for yourself.
When I was a young man there was a
lttle pltece of natural magnet done up
in a neat cotton dress as was ealle(;
Betay Maria. She could draw me four,
teen miles on Sunday over plowed land
.so matter what wind or weather there
was. There wieasnonrelistin' her. That
magnet o' yourn is pretty good, but it
woe't draw so far as Betsy 'Maria!"

A RtuasIn Cutonm.
"That mmn," said the photographer.
"owes ne $20 for a dozen cabinets. I
wish I dared to treat him as he would
be treated in RRussia.
"In Russia i'fyou don't pay your pho-
tographer's bill he hangs your picture
tn his window upside down. Every
Russlan photographer's, window has
five or six of these -reversed pictures
In it, and there is always a little crowr'
of people outside craning their necks'
and saying:
'Oh, that ti Vasill Popoffsky. Won'"
he be ashamed 'And look at Ann:
Ollnsky. You'd tbink she'd be able 1,
pa:'.' 'Is that Snin (1ontol there? T
certainly is. TV'hit a pity!'
"Ru':.-lir pbTotr't ruipbers, ibankls t
R l nr:!'-!(' neth.')c of thf'e::. hnc-e f^
uOIph se lere f" 'y Ci : e > .-.i }I
(a use here?' --Chicag' Cha- 'J,,..


W. H. rParker & Co. invite you to
call at their store and supply yourself
with such goods as you are sure to need,
at the lowest living prices.
-Blank Warranty Deeds, short form.
printed on good linen paper, 25c per
dozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re-
ceipts in a block, 10c each, at the Buoy
-When you want a pleasant laxative
that is easy to take and certain to act,
use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. For sale by L. M. Ware St. An-
drew and Bayhead, and all medicine
-The ladies of the M. E church will
hold an out-door ice cream social and
sVpper at which ice cream, cake and
other refreshments will be served, in
thle grove near Mrs. Rocksteads, this
(Thursday) evening, to which every-
body is invited.
-Anyone having a decent pony not
more than five or six years old for sale
at a reasonable price, may find a pur-
chaser by communicating with the pro-
prietor of the Buoy, No fancy price

--You never have and may never again
have an opportunity to get so fine a
fountainpen for so little money as you
can now by complying with the condi-
tions of the coupon to be found else.
whete on this page.
-Wizard Ink Tablle.ts,Price, per
box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten ounces spleu-
did ink. Economical permanent; abso-
lutely indellible, covenient, non-corro-
sive. At the Buoy office.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the
BUOY office
-C. M. Casey has leased a part of the
Maxon lot north of John R. Thompson's
store aud is getting material on the
ground for the erection of a commodious
shop which will be equipped with lathes
and other machinery for attending to
the wants of the St. Andrews Bay peo-
-A t 8 o'clock on the evening of the
8th. inst.,'at her home in Cromanton,
occurred the death of Mrs. Henrietta
Railsback, wife of P. D. Railsback of
of that lace. The funeral services at
9 o'clock on the morning of the 9th,
were conducted by Rev. J. M, Conway
and her mortal remains are at rest in
the cemetery at Cromanton. The fam-
ily were among the early settlers at
Cromanton, where she leaves her hus-
band and one son, Mr. Will Railsback.
Odd Georaraphtcal Dlvislon.
The range otf thet Blue [Ihile moun
tains In Peunsrlvanla Is divide]l by u
- I ftly.-soit woS. as flRou
lows: From the Susquehanna to th.
Swatara, 27 miles; from ,the Swatara
to the Schuylkill, 27 miles; from the
Bchuylkill to the Lehigh,-27 miles; from
the Lehigh to the Delaware, 27 miles
At the next 27 miles is a hollow ol
New Jersey in which nestles a lake
known as Culver's pond.

Lemons as Medicine

Their Wonderful Effect
on the Liver, Stomach,
Bowels, Kidneys
and Blood.
Lemons are largely used by The
Mozley Lemon Elixir Company, in
compounding their Lemon El'ixir,
a pleasant Lemon Laxative and
Tonic-a substitute for all Cathartic
and Liver Pills. Lemon Elixir posi-
tively cures all Biliousness, Consti-
pation, Indigestion or Dyspepsia,
Headache, Malaria, Kidney Disease,
Dizziness, Colds, Loss of Appetite,
Fevers, Chills, Blotches, Pimples,
all Impurities of the Blood, Pain in
the Chest or Back, and all other dis-
eases caused by a disordered liver
and kidneys, the first Great
Cause of all Fatal Diseases.
I WOMEN, for all Female Irreg-
ularities, will find Lemon Elixir
a pleasant and thoroughly reliable
remedy, without the least danger of
possible harm to them in any condi-
tion peculiar to themselves. 5oc
aad $1.oo per bottle at

:One 'Dose Convinces."'

The M -ertn Bridegroom.
The bridegroom in NMexfco finds mar
riagie a very costlybusiness. He is e,
pl)Itrdl to huy the trousseau. and he I
fortunate if h:e can satisfy t-y ex\n'na
gance ganctioned by en 'tor n ,
p'ornomted by ardent passin. Ynun:
men fronm the country are said to b
-fcn seLIn "i tho City of M.exico p": -
h'talsing :: l .;sort; < of fip:ry for, tiet is
Ties of !i. -!oice, an;t the sp:-.i't r
i5:,' pre:,ui a:, tif.hey C- :"u'l t tl :'
- .c~nt.>s, -. 01.'imh i'-'I:y c.irr'y with thcai
tor all sarts of garments. is ver
avi,', trq__ -.
Ask Your Dealer for Allen's Foot-Ease.
A powder for the feet. It cul.es swollen,
sore, hot, callous, aching, sweating feet.
corns and bunions. At- all druagiste
and shoe stores. 25c. Ask today.
Had Read About Him. *
"Now, boys," esa the Sunday school
teacher, adrliessing the juvenile class.
"cQ11h any n-f .:ot tell me anything about
-ooi Frida'. ?"
"Yes, na: ':;ia>, I can," replied the boy
t the rf ii(t c...is. '' "He w-as tlhe
-:-'V- v'..at t< .': thi' hl'tusev- ilk for
"-"in '' ."' ',-.'" ."

Card of Thanks.
For the many kindnesses and
thoughtful assia nee ot our neigh-
bors and friends ouaghout the sick-
ness, death and I of our husband
and father, we wiel through this
means to express our most heartfelt
thanks for and grateful appreciation
of the same, Mls. LADIA WARE.

A Cheerful Vievw,
WVhen Ozias Ransome of Potterville
saw the bill rendered by the physician
who had ministeield to his ills for three
days in Nevi York lhe puclered his lips
and g-Are a -hriil whi- tle.
"My stars. 0.-i, yoi ar:-ln't go:ng to
,rive tit rnu a:y 'Oluch s;an of money
:. h:. naV. ar' you?'" m'-iandled hi
V'tvi' '. ili hii;lch spirit. "You know it's,
exti.' i.ji -y- u ilOV,'"-- Bi1t, to hcm
in!az.i :itk.n. Mr. inaisou'e placed hisS
.ands in h1 i pocket.-; and tipp-,d hbaik
.heo I:- hairar in a p, oio;un that indi-
,-i', i;(-: ace of r:: d.
"'Nor. see l:ei'>. IE-udo-y," he sa:li
ir;i t:;, iiiyi I". l't I.-e .-.' it It i'-
a; U< a *you ... a : Th;t' 1 -.,'l'-
"1i '"'d1h1' 1 r I I r I .. t .'i
-ril:1ha t rl'ii u;>t I*a ;il o' t :in'; i',,
ve'v- got san 'e ':i;g to be tltIhn.tkfU l fo
hbnu I wvia i.t k w) ith that :isptil herc.
.t.-d ''f at ion:e.'
':,S. i;a'i).au. e preased her ha:id to

",ii :; 'irpl)r -iii ; you had oly 1beei!
:: th:.e Li;: et' d 's at i ole. Li "-
ho 0 g.:;.i with a i bewildered air, find-
i A nm .I o;.:'o. t in her hna!);. d's r,.-
oring -"why, th-iu"-
"''iY''ve ni n--eid to suppose," said
.,ir. ; e:.; ,o:wl, with cheerful firn:nisa.
'VW've g to take thle decrees of Prov-
dA;ce j':t as they come. You dwell
in the thought of my being saved six
months in bed right in the heat o' sum-

Nn;ploeon and Beet Sugar.
Although tlhe great Napoleon was not
ih sort o tii~r n whom it was ordinarily
,afe to laugh at, he was ridiculed and
jaricatuuedl on account of his faith that
:;:: c :e.ult. Tn 1811 the emperor promised
he Fren:ch people that they should
1a'oe ,:;- .r from bects if he excluded
'ro;t F;':a'ce the commerce of Enugand,
nciTluii.g the sugars of the British
V'est Inldics. This promise led to the
-!lil liono of a caricature in whireh
he eniml)ror and his little son, the king
:l Roue, were represented. The em-
,,erer was shiwn sitting-in hit boy's
'tui-rcry, squeezing a beet root Into a
upi of coifee. The baby prince sat
ea'i- hi.!u hard at work sucking a beet
)t w, while the nurse, standing close,
:-, v;i: represented as exclaiming,
.'uT-k it, dear. suck It; your papa says
i,, sugar." This biting sarcasm did
i ,revent Napoleon from spending
eor-:.l million frnncs at a t;me when
i eap;i:'C was under a tremendous
-";'xa of expenditurca in bounties for
..g:ar imO'rie( from beets.
.-- -; .i p r~~ie H1u'n.
I;' .*.'LL.' **t.~ I l' whileO d 4 Jverlug ll.
!rst sermon.
ire had dressed under a great deal
Sexclie ement previous to entering the
ilui(h and neglected to fasten his
>ec klu doin, behind.
Pi..,ing tie course of his sermon the
e g;':a uily slipped up over this col-
.r until 'nearly every one in the con-
;r'c.i'tion noticed his predicament and
il'd! radiianily at the situation. Cou-
lidinig his remarks, the young min-
tcr, sparring for an opportunity to
linit- the tie. said. "Let us joinin
-.. iiog Iiyniu No. 58."
Hio had announced th:e hymn at ran-
..-:, not knowing the nature of the
a"di. The con~:'cgalton turned to the
"ymn. then gorve a gaspl and nearly

The hymn read. "Blest be the tif
hat binds." >

T''le Diacmond (/nre.
The latest news from Paris, is, that
they have discovered a diamond cure for
consumption. If you fear consumption
)r pneumonia, it will however, be best
:'or you to take that great remedy men-
lioned by VW. T. McGee of Vanleer,
Tenn. "I 'had a cough for fourteen
'ears Nothing helped me until I took
Dr. Kin's New Discovery for Consump-
tion, Coughs and Colds, which gave in"
atant relief, and effected a permanent
cure." Unequaled quick cure for throat
ind lung troubles. At A. H. Brake's
store, price 50c and $1, guaranteed.

Trial bottle free.

V.'ellinxiton aa n ~ t.
Although it c:Cnnot be said that the
'ute of WVelii'gton shone to any great
:icnt ;i a humorist, he was quite ca-
'ble of .I1",inistror I a crushing retort
-hcen occasion demanded, as thle fol-
owing story, called from a biography
f the Iron Duke, shows: Louis Phi-
"p)e once introduced the duke to one of
ihe French marshals whom he had de-
:eated In the peninsula. With unpar-
'on:*b;e discourtesy themarshal turn-
ad his back oni his old foe during the
i'rentation. The king apologized with
avhaIt grace he could.
"Forgive bim, sire," laughet the Iron
Dryk. "Why, it was I who taught him
to do that in the peninsular'

Buy It Now.
Now is the time to liny Chamberlain'as
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It
i3 certain to bIe needed sooner or later and
when that time oonies ou will need it
,dlyv-you will need it quickly Buy it
now. It may save life. For sale by L. M.
I\are, St. Andrew and Baytead and all
iediciue dealers.
,ii:cl ietr r Teeti h.
c,,. t r O'-n an E'nglisb railway
-..? lhe "eanlmuncatlou cod'"
;b::" ,:.;-y a;:n sa ppel, the train.
.; j -. r;i c'aEi' to the compart-
i i -. i -)d had beenpull-ed
Sa;,.., a .imt'aced wo'llau passen-
i. '. h.,i ien lo king out of the
; --,- ; 1 dr-opped her false
,i: S-- I;i Ll to go back and find

f ,n't '(, t: ".?. !abut oat to I! '.
-[ ,:- -i' -:; !i. ari e 'in to ovee:'itlI;: .
v:, -.. IL -. ,"', )fa ., rtd to I.-
-'A *.. r;s


with tb

"Its a j
for somiel
!ad, '"and
40o '.: -

G. Oeently.
E itbat a father can%
iiote the year that
e 'current almanac
b4a sons grow older
there who thinks his
son Is still a child is
their says the lad
ek the news gently,
'ff I bring a friend In
r, my boy."
nd sing?"
voice," says the lad
I ke a nightingale."
redullty. "What age?"
n age, father."
an bring your friend;
unot-to be made a prece-
: want the house overrun
Al4 no-staying late."
kfk to her mother's at 10."

I lady I've been fond of
e, father, blurts out the
at ]going to get married
on Star.

SAn h's W'rr Pictures.
-a -. I. -' '. c rcl 'stin's
or nu rLO

bhol. .' .''." \: aliu aund n,-.t a f-ew'
;re utteryiv';.i incere. Vereschagin de-
i:rl p1 i.ublhly that the chief value of
:-i.' -:-t'r wa-'i their faithfulness. to
:co:. : -v n --.1 by himself, yet he de-
pictel i IIBl-owlpg From Guns In Brit-
i'h Inia respectable Mohammedans
belig lightered by B'itish soldiers in
,'nlforns ofb tonay, though "nothing of
the ki f ..i occurred since the mu-
tiny. I showed the 'Entry of the
Prirnch*o' "Wal.s' into an Indian city
int the blazing sunlight, though the of-
ficial artist who accompanied the king
says that'through a delay the entry
was accomplished by night. The paint-
er himself admitted to me that the pic-
ture of the British soldier left to die
and fester alone in the jungle original-
ly represented a Russian soldier, but
was altered on account of the anger of
the late ar."



Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news-
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
S1 cures made by Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
Sthe great kidney,H lier
and bladder remedy.
It is the great medi-
cal triumph of the nine-
covered after years of
scientific research by
Dr. Kilmer, the emi-
S- nent kidney and blad-
der specialist; and is
v.onderfully successful in promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou-
.bles and Bri hit's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. her's Swamp-Root is not rec-
ommr r everythi g.but if you haye kid-
i .ldder trouble it will be found
ou need. It has been tested
I:s, in hospital work, in private
S-.,r'c rbng iie helpless too poor topur-
chac- a arid has proved so successful in
V.,,: i that a special arrangement has
S-z rr.ade by which all readers of this paper
who have apotalready tried it, may have a
sr.amo!rio'.ta sent free by mail, also a book
-ellir,: more about Swamp-Root and how to
find-out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When ,vritn mention reading this generous
.'fftr In this paper and
.-nd your a.;iress to M.'
Or. Kiliacr Co.,Bing-
iaTmlci; N. Y. The
eP:!ar fl:. cent arid Homeof Swamp-Root.
rdl. ties are sold by all good druggists.
Don't make any mistake, but remem-
her the name. Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil-
mers Swamp-Ro,)t, and the address,
BinehamMtn, N. Y., on every bottle.
Whittlers of Danvers.
One day a stranger strolled into the
old Berry tavern at Danvers. A num-
ber ofmen were seated in the office
and were asked by the newcomer, "Will
you kindly tell me where I may find
the Whittler house?"
A youngg business man, not a native
of the town, to be sure,: but who had
lived in it a number of years and be-
longed to New England, spoke up, say-
ing: "You mean Joe Whittier, the con-
tractor? He lives at 1Danversport."
"Np, no; I refer to.John G. Whittier."
"John' WThittier? Never heard of
him.' Th only other Whittier in this
town is -Clarence Whittier, janitor of
the town house. He lives on Essex
The stranger became both amused
and impatient and said: "I am talking
about John G. Whittler, the poet. lie's
dead,, yi-n know. I want to find out
where his ho1;me was."
"Oh, well," said the young business
man, with a sigh of relief at his ability
to impart information, "if it's anybody
who's dead go right ov er to TWill Cros-
by, the iianj.tr laksr. across the street.
'He'll t'-you all about it."--Boston
Herald. .

Tile Hope of Blafortoune.
Pain ils a soul tonic. Sorrowv often
bringsout the best thee best there i in us. Hap-
piness jes not develop character. It
gives irrfa--.' brightness and decks it
with pydsmmatii bubbles. It takes the
deep reaching arn of misfortune to
trul..lIr. the depths and bring out the
pearl that lie there. The moat mag-
netic faces are lined by thought and
noble care. Strong, unselfish love, even
If misplaced; and unappreciated, en-
nobles the lover. It is the frivolous,
vanity born emotions that fritter away
character and make faces insignificant.
To fail in, high aim after earnest and
honest e!Tort is not failure. The gain
it'brings in strength and discipline will
appear in other directions. Misfortune
ha's: dteni in the history of the world

l-eu tlhe means o mlllaking a poet. ora-
tor;'bhianthr,';l t, scientist or states-
Ll'nll OIut (of a person Iwho-e career but
t')r fie m:'isfortune or physical id!abiii-
ty would have been commonplace and
i:ihyfl o tiimited.--Medical Talk.

MIsS, De Style-You say (olddust is
an u afuily police fellow? Miss Gun-
bu-ta--Ye-'. indeed. Why, when he
saw Miss Gotrox's standing In society
he of,'red her his country seat.

' Tre would not bo so mny, open
iro gha if there were not so many
op .'ears.-Bishop Hall.

Pride of Profession.
Old Barney Magulgan was as well
known on his "sweep stretch" as the
bluecoats on the beat. As his work
became somewhat burdensome with
the increase of years the residents of
the neighborhood urged the employ-
ment of an assistant.
Barney did not look upon the sugges-
tion with favor-it savored too strongly
of the time when he should be "laid on
the shelf"-but he consented to the
trial of a new hand at last, and a stout
youth was engaged whose broom made
quick work of the leaves and litter.
"Yes, sir," Barney admitted reluc-
tantly a few mornings later when ask-
ed by an old friend if he did not find
his assistant a good worker-"yes, sir,
there's no denying he'A got the muscle
to swing a broom in the open; but, man
alive, when it comes to the fancy
touches round a lamp post or a sewer
mouth, why, he's no good at all!"

A Surprise Party.
A pleasant surprise party may be
givena'to your stomach and liver by
taking a medicine which willorelieve
their pain and discomfort, viz: Dr.
King's New Life Pills They are a most
wouodwaul remedy, affordinl -lure reli..f
-; ----%I'-l.him- ae o. d ai ess Ad .
ibtnstlpatrion. a5. at A. U. L3ratir
---------<^ 4.--------- I
Rice am a Soporifie.
"If people would eat plenty of rice
they would not need drugs to make
them sleep," said a New York drug
clerk, pausing for a moment in put-
ting up a sleeping potion for a wo-
man. "There is much said about rice
as a strengthening food, but few Amer-
icans know that it has soporific pow-
ers. If properly cooked it has. Rice
should be washed many times until the
water no longer appears milky. It
should then be soaked a few hours,
salted and boiled rapidly about thirty
minutes. When cooked in this way it
can be eaten each day with relish, and
the person who eats it sleeps well and
dreams not at all."

Gaston's Point of View.
"Ze American, ah, ne iss a ver funny
man. He know nothing but ze dollar.
He have no love of beauty or art. lie
do not comprend."
"What's on your mind, Gastou?"
"Today I see a beautiful lady, clevair,
distingue, magnifeecent. Sha is with
a man, an American. I go to him. I
say, 'Pardon, monsieur, what iss ze
lady's name?' The gentleman he say,
'That's my business.' Bah! Beesnes,,
beesness, all de time. Hie was a rude
ma."--Cncinnnati Commercial Tribune.

One Dollar Saved Represents Tell
Dollars Earned-
The average man does not save to ex-
ceed ten per cent of his earnings. He
must spend uine dollars in living expenses
for eveay doilai saved. That being the
casehe cannot be too careful about n-
necessary oxocnses. Very often a few
cents properly invested, like buying seeds
for his garden, will save several dollars
further outlay later on. It is the came in
lbuinl Chatei-erlainI's Colic. Cholera and,
Diarrhoea Remedyv. It costs (but a few
cents, and a bottle of it in the house oft-
en saves a doctor bill of several dollars.
For sale by L. M. Wate, St. Andrew and
lIdayhcad and all medicinee dealers.

Fourteehth Century Life.
In the fourteenth century people
lived in mud huts, with a rough door
and no chimney. It was not till a cen-
tury later that the erection of a chim-
ney was considered more than an in-
dulgence in luxury, a fire commonly
being built against the nu'l plastered
wall of the hut and the smoke escap-
ing through the roof. All furniture
was of wood. Most pI)Cesn. slept oni
straw pallets, with a lor of wood for-
a piiHow. Even the nuiility had no
.gls' in the ,lnrs!ot' du;itring thlis ti!.
.'-;lannliness was not a chnra 't,-risii0 oe
'h'? topi,, an~l Tlhmas na'Pe k-ot v. a
coitsiud.'1ecl nmoe to!!n nece;s:,riivy rfr'
.1inusec he had the floor c hl.sb housn'
st' ev'n with fr':h strar, orn ci ay. -.
GCod enc:: ou. /
Miss Asct m--l'v\e often) wondprei.
.ir. Hymee?, whi:,' you poets alwvay~
:-poak of 'iL'e oonii as "sliver." Mr.
hZymes-W-'ell-er-- I :;.i';pio';e It's be-
a ot;i:jse of the .iaii'tors aud halves.--
,'hihdelplhia Precs.
A colored bhil)soplher is reported to
have said, "Life, my breddern, amn
mos'ly made up of prayin' for rain and
then within' it would ci'ar off."

Milirar Bounty Land Warrants
Will pay $5.00 for telling me who
I as one whether I buy it or not.
Kansas City, Mo

Unfurnisned Roon s
Apply at the Buoy Office.
If you want to get the
S biggest returns for
your labor and
your ground, i- f
4.4-, you can't afford(l e $
toplantanything but '

test. They always produce
the largest and surest
crops. Al dealers sell


$400 Per Year Single Copy 10 Cts,
MA~sAxR. 47 W. 2STH ST., Nsw YORJ,

Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf

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



St. Andrew, Wedn
Millville, Wedn
Apalachicola, Thurs
Carrabelle, Thurs,
Mobile, Monda
St. Andrew. Fri
Millville. Fri
Pensacola. Fri



esday, 8:00 a. m
esday,10:00 a. m
day, 6.00 a. m.
day, 12:00 noos.
y, 6:00 a. m.

day, 2:00 ,m.
day, 4:00 a. m.
day, 11:30 p. m.

Headquarters for

Staple and Fancy Grocer

Ready Made Clothing, Hats, Shoes, N1

and Hardwarea

We Pay the Freight on all Goods except Flo
and Feed to any Postoflice on the Bay.


J) SUJIPI~..P-lES Jj rj i --



our, Meal


Dry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries

Notions, Provisions and Feed Stuffs.

Corner Washington Avenue and Bayview St.

I pay Cash for Goods and must (d

a strictly Cash or Ready Pay


This is ill ny Patrons' Interest as wel! as miy own.
Convince Yourself of this Truth.

Call aisd

G E R IA KINO If & C .
g a l li l a


S N! 1) 1 Y G 0 0 1) S ITHRIVES


Ship Chandlery Hardware

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

Clothing. Gents' and Ladies' Furnishings.


Trunks and Valises.

IS~il CAM~~







For five of these counons and sixl1 contls rit or bo-uYrlht to tMie Buoy
S ofti"e we will iurnish you a bheutiful linis::d 14-kt. >Soli 0 A111 "ell, that costs at retail $150.o The pen is complete witt box and
I filler and is fully warranted by the l'irnn1futurers and can be returned to
them if unsatisfactory in.any part!icinlar. -
&&s>1.^8 %%a%&%%^ s? %I~'!?gsss

Pensacola to St. Andrew and Millville, $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabelle, $7.50.
St. Andrew and Millville to Apalachicola, $5.00.
Pensaeola to Mobile, $2.50.
The above rates include meals and berths. W. G. BARROW.


General Merchandise!


Cooking and Heating Stoves!

Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Etc.

Burial Iaskets, Robes, Suits, Etc.


The Tradin Post!

Successor to B. V. Brock.}
* *

jT FAll Goods oGIVENFO

& Wiie o-, alt, Grin apd Food
de i IraN,. Any Postoffice Gladly Sent

on the Ba! 0 At licatio !
Mill CmTgS a -
Breech-Loading We Are

Wooy 12-6i, ISHOE MEN
L 1 Thin On v $5,50! >


3r Fine Job Work, TRY THE BUOY OFFICE.


_ _



Thursday, July 13, 1905.


4ugar, % lb Tea, ", Ib
Granulated ..... 6 HeNo....... 55
Cotw'ce.A- ..... 521 Gunpowder.. 40
Lt brown ..... 5 Uncol'4 Jap.40-60
; ,ill*.(,' "Cond milk, #) can
Gr 'eni.... 12@20 Unsweetn'a. 10
Arluckle,ft 12-15 Sweetened. .... 10
S.. :b25? Baking powder
A 10 !oyal ...... .. 50
1 O. I aniphell ..... 10
*in Cuaned fruit
jI .... yers.8-15 Peaches .... 10a20
\ li .... 8 Tomatoes..... S12
i,61 .. 6a Apples........ 10
kplpIles Pears ......... 15
livslurated... 1 l Plun ...... 10
D)iied te u-lhe. S Apricot .... .10-20
C.aI Oil pr LJ.. l15 StrawberrieS... 20
-.t..,iu .. P Ie .ppl .. .io-9
Tlorida Syr p. .. .I C;lanneI Muals -
ioiev ... ....75 loa t Be . 12 1
S:1.. .. 1 Corned Beef. .lot
Cnees pr b.... 18 Chipped Beef10-25
utter. .. 2-35 Lobster..... 12Y2
Ole rgerine. 18 Salmon... 10@15
SLard .... 7.0 Cianned Vegetables
3e,,, e.. .. ... . 5 Baked Beans... 10
Cocomn:ut pkg... 10 Cortn.......10@15
jelly. glru 3 lOai2 Peas ........ 10
LimeJuice... .. 45 Pumpkiit...... 19
Eggs pcr doz..o. 15
flour Pork
Star of S'th, 235 D. S. pr b ... 11
Obelisk...... 3.25 Bacon Sides.....12
Uori Meal pr u70-6O Fresh .... Sl0
Oat Meal pr lb... 5 Br'kf'st Bac' 16-22
Corn per bu ..75af0c Hlam canv's'd 15-20
pota ,, t, Shoulders..... 1'1

Irish ..... 1 40 Beef
garlv lt'se seed 1.60 Corned...... 8
Sweet.... 60@75 Fresh..... .'.S 10
- altprsack... .00 Dried......... 25
Ta. le ... .. .. 5 Milk pr qt...... 10
Nails, uer lb4/ a5 Ax,witl haudle.. 75
G;alv wire du.6a6it Hoes, each. .. .35a50
Manilla rope. ..9al20opper paint, can 50
4,1-ve cook, ..8a- 5 Linseed oil, gal55@60
'ipe, per joint 18

I'rints, per yd
Sheetings ...
Extra pants p;
H.ty pr cwt..7
Bran ........
tioe Sisal ...

S5at Checks ......'.5ad5
a9 Flannel. ..... .15a40
all Thread per spool. 5
l5a45 Shoes,ladis. $la 75
it 225 Menu's...$1 40a300
15al.u5 Oats pr bu...... 60
. 1.25 Brick pr M..... 13.00
.7@9 Lime pr bbl...... 7.5

Oranges pr doz.. 45 Pecans pr 11..... 15
Apples........ 15 Walnttu ......... 2
,Lemons......... 20 Almonds....... 15
Iun hellpri,000t 1.50 Opeued ipr 't .. 15C
Horses... $30al50 Cows....... $5a$t25
Mllet .. $50a$175 HIogs...... .$3to $4
'ienl.. pr yoke $63 Sheep....... .$2
i' U it:rR \ .' V
*,,ir|rn ea'h'35aa0 Geese each. 45a50
-t ays. .... 75al.00( Ducks ....... 2 a50!
Fl l1.
r eshl- Salt
I uIllelt pr doz 25. c ; ullet pr b111 5.50
Trout .......... 25 T .i at ........ 5.50
1'.imipamut pr lb. 6 Pompano. ... 10.00
?tuergeon ...... 10 Mackerel .... 8.0)
LU M lI EIl.

idartl tf i m... 14.00
Face ... 12.00
Sap ... 10,00
Drop siding,
tleart face ym 1J4.00
Sap 10.00
Butf liumnler. 8@ 2
lead shingle, 2.50
SAp 1.50

Hearl, t m...$]4.00
Face ... 12.00
Sap ... 10.00
Cl0t ploar ds,
,'2x6iin. Oln, ..4192.00
Finishing lum-
bIer,d.. 1$12@if15.00
Lath, .i .... 2.100
Boat liumiler,
d ;cd .. .$2)

The Briton and Washing.
We have come to look upon water as.
meant primarily to wash in, as an aid
to s h:-i: .: .- ..::. - tling of beau-
.vy. .-- :. *,: *.; -'.','.tshire peas-
v n. The
It: .i' : :. '--': d never seen
1'-. :rA. ta. ., .a :akcn to Weston-
Sui.plr-,-rce on a "choir treat" excur-
sion. Naturally the vicar, tht- curate
and the rest of the tenors, trebles and
basses as soon as the esplanade was
reached gathered around to see how
the first sight of the ocean would strike
the natural man. Will it be believed
that the words struck from him by the
view of "the infurrowed deep" lying
In vast expanse before his eyes were
these: "If I'd known what her were
like, I'd have brought down a bit of
soap and had a good wash." The iron,
or, rather, the soap, had entered so
deeply into his soul that he could only
conceive the sea as a huge washing
place.-London Spectator.

Wag aer' Shorn Loeeks.
Wagner, thi- coump,,'-e, at one time
became ntflictedl with headaches and
determined to have his hair cut. He
accordingly arrangoil with barberr to
perform the operation on-a certain day.
That worthy resolved to make a good
thing of it and informed all his cus-
tomers of Wagner's impending sacri-
fice. Most of them paid him a certain
uam down in advance to make sure of
a lock of the great musician's hair. To
the barber's horror Mine. Wagner su-
perintended the cutting and when it
was over appropriated the whole of
the coveted locks. The barber, in de-
spair, confessed that he had sold them
many times over, whereupon maicain
suggested that hler butcher'had hair
'ery lmi.'h like W;agnr'!s: And the
story goes that it. it Uni' ., ha\l ro,.i-
den slept with the butheir's haire un-
der its pillow.

.av-ed Troc.Ile.
Daisy--Why. Rose, dc'r. what have
you done to your poodle? Thle last time
I saw him his hair wa' white. Roste
Yes, but it was such a nuisance to keep
l.im washed, yo'. know, so I just had
hinm dyed brown!--Detriot Free Press.
Settisg- H mii Right.
"You think a goo' deai of your hus-
band, don't you?" asked the visiting
"You have the wrong preposition,"
an,-vct-redI Mr. Meekton's wife, with the
clj. tones o.f he superior woman. "I
in r-or hu." . -,, .. -

r <' -

Special report to the Buoy
Thi Union Picnic held at Wctapl
on the Fourth came off veiy plea
antly, with but one slight acciden
In igniting a booni, Harry Allan go
burned in the face. It is to be hope
that it will learn the young people t
be more careful.
St. Andrew was not represented a
the picnic and we judge it was be
cause ot the death of out esteem
neighbor, Capt, L. M. Ware.
Millville was well represented, bu
outside of that the neighborhood ha
the monopoly. And we are all gla
to know that we are independent o
outsiders in having enjoyable social
We regret to report that the there
persons who always get under th
influence of intoxicating drink and
bring it with then to those social
gatherings, were, as usual, there o
the Fourth.
'To a certain kind of unreasonable
fult-hiuding moral thinkers the tsigh
of those drunkards would be an ex
cause to conidelii the whole colnmiuni
ty, and would say that they wouln
not associate with publicans and sin-

ners. But I am glad to report tha

there is a true moral, and religion
contingent in this community.
Thle mill at this place villa" not run
for a tew days, Iuntil the Messrs Toni
and Harry Allan, who left (or the
south on tlie 5th, retu.; from their
t rip,
It is given out -that the Allantoi
Lumber Company propose to start
other industries here, that will he a
benefit to the whole Bay, oue ol

which is an ice factory. They leasen
that, a steam and power woniu cost
nothing extra, and having an abund-
ance of good water, and can deliver
ice anywhere on the Bay cheaper by
water than by teams, they will be
Sale to iuinish ice cheaper than can
be had from anywhere else. To thii~
end they would like to correspond
with some experienced man in the ice
business, who would come and oper-
ate the plant.

Forced to Starve.
B. F. Leek, of Consord; Ky,, says.
"For 20 years I suffered agonies with a
sore on my upper lip, so painful, some-
times that I could not eat. After vainly
trying everything else, I cured it, with
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. "It's great for
burns, cuts and wlta. -. At A. TH.
Brake's score. Only- 2r,!
1& 04
The Earliest Muinmiers.
Mumming is derived from the Dan-
Ish murmme, a mask, disguise, and
took its origin from the ancient Roman
Saturnalia. In early English times it
was the custom to indulge ln burlesque
sports after dinner on Christmas day,
when masked performers, called mum-
mers, would disport before the assem-
bled guests. This custom is still kept
up in some parts of England, specially
in Northamptonshire, where the vil-
lagers go about during the Christmas
holidays from house to house, person-
ating several ridiculous characters in
%their mock play.
eliefxs A.bout Waves.
The Persians believe that the wav'es
pf the Persian gulf are caused by air
entering caveat which have subterrn-
nero o!1 llct un'Ocr the cc(ean. One of
the timott c'!ou:s beliefs. o'f all-one
"'!oely akin to a cerP~ tin ainiett oriCn-
tii hell belief--!s thit of the south sea
islinde:s. Accordi'. to ih"ir notion,
Lhe rolliug of tihe sea is canlu.od by a
"t'itunder god." In old ties this
"thunder god" killed the chief d(eity of
the islands and was confined under the
iean as a punmishmeut. Hli rolling
with rage causes the waves.


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

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

Dealers In and Agents for the
Sale of

Real Estate.
Taxes Paid an1 Rents Collected
for Non-Reqidents.
St. Andrew. Flia.


Barber and Hair Dress-

ing Parlor,

Commerce Ave. East of Buoy
LW"Everything new, neat and
clean aid patrons giv-en the miost
courteous aul careful attention.

Tr M PK IN S. PeIo ,. 1 .
S ', ... ,, i,1,- Bu,..'. The llu..V bhouTl t 'Kve nh-ntiine
") I, . r .. ., *n iI,- -i'k a.t wet Lk in t J. II' .l tu lkn ,if Ge-
s- li5 t nov-,, Ala. was vi.iti 1 i., nn l D r.
t. l I' ,, iii .tgieetable vis- Tl'heo. Cdiiiian : ,n I' g v l,,,r .~
t it..r lihu- ti ti ir.L ul the week. Paul \Viight, race 'y Iron D)e- --.-.-
'd Mr. and MAs. C. H. Miden and Funiak, who is a' a tical plinter, You can depend on Ayer's
Hair Vigor to restore color to
to family, with Mr. and Mrs. Foxworth arrived here last wee ut. finding no Hahr Vgor to restor to
spent the Fouith at the Ande0soun employment at'his 'wila pt a your gray hair, every time.
at accept Follow directions and it never
t picLic. position with the German Anmeincan fails to do this work. It stops
3- The cl;.lien hai. a lawn party at Lumber Compauv at )illvil(e.
d E. \\. 'ruiulTin. oiln 'li Fourith. Hearing of the illness of lihs bro-
They all had a very enj',yable time. their, H. Fulsom, of it. Andrew, W. X i r V
It M.1. Blainl.iel is on the sick list. B. Folsom of nte Times-Courier, M- fallingofthehair,also. There's
d Mls. F. II. \Vae %as the guest of rianna, ca ine dont o -Oe hil, a ll1 great satisfaction in knowing
\, great satisfaction in knowing
i. A IIgt l, un.lay was giatiied L the ,eJth o you are not going to be disap-
S Mr. F,xwu.ril has cumpiloted hi.s owuneman,a improving, pointed. Isn't that so?
I finllP t." ,1. \V'. and Mrs. RPil's aiid daigh- My hbalr faded unlll It waaabout white. It
n le l11t 1 1 took Just one bottle of Aver's Flair Vigor to
'hie \ ring a iks if thil. place had ter and Attawty Meri iulK a;,id wife reortore it to former dark. rilh color.' our
Hair vigor certainly di-,A what you claim for
Sa tist ,eliihtltul time on the DoLwev of Marianna arrived ilday last and it."-A.M. BooAN, P.ockiogham, N..
S on the Furth. lI erything wveit ulf aie guests at ( ills'.; '. i, a botle. J.c. ALoC..
d in ineP hliap1. A. W. Larson Tio- Duthlan, Ala., ,
, -- is aguet of Dr. Car'i.le i the \Vet ading H air
S:11I. CROMANT N uo End, who is a recentt acqui.sitioin.
Spe al I,. r t, t '. uoy.-
Diel.--t In Fiitlav evening; ,July 7, Mr. iand Mis. W.iliamrn G(iter ,f TellinI on the Tail.
e MTi. I rit 1l ik r .l Ecitfina are vinitirhi Iti ihe sron, Mamma-Johnny, how many times
S ". ea have I told you about pulling that cat's
het it.Il: V "ll r lat h S a s.ba j. .,i a itr, M. 1,tall Jobnny---I dont know. mom, but
ar.l ,-,n uiill miss hber the mostl bIu HU. .L,, np ,,' L fI,,--er tanmilies anil from de way de tail is worn it must
d she will he missed by the entire com- and other relatives in '. Andrew. be a lot.-Philadelphia Telegraph.
munity, as she was the life and ani- D Davis ad amil of ipley idnt Scare Him.
Station of the social circle in and are visiting friseveral days with rel. Landlady-Don't be afraid of the
around Cromanton. Allenjoyed her lives in St. Andrew. meat, Mr. Jones. Jones (a new board.
saled T.J. Watts ot Chiplcv was call- er)-I am not afraid of it. I've seea
presence and all have suffered a loss tts o twice as much meat, and it didn't scare
S--but insignificant as comparedswith er at the Buoy office yesterday morn- me a bit.
th,:t of the husband and son, who Ing. Bent Her Double.
have the heartfelt sympathy of all Many Children are Sickly. "I knew no one, for four weeks, when
e who knew her. Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for I was ick with typhod and kidney
SChildren used by MotherGray, nurse trouble," writes Mrs Annie Hunter, of
Homesteaders are coming in an(t in the Children's Home, New York, Pittslurg, Pa., "and when I got better,
locating, ahead of the railroad. Break up Colds in 24 Lours, cure Fever- although I had one of the best doctors I
ishness, Headache, stomachr Troubles, could get, I was bent double and had to
SGood tor Stomach Trouble and Uon- Teething Disorders rad Destroy
worms. At all drugais.s, 25o Sam rest my hands on my knees when I
stipation. pies mailed FREE. Address, Allen S. walked, From this terrible affliction I
f "Chanbhelain's Stomnach and Liver Olmsted, LeRoy, N.Y. was rescued by Electric Bitters, which
I ,ablets have done me a great lot of -" restored my health and strength, and
good," says C. Towns, of Rat Portage, e , -.... now I can walk as straight as evei.
SOntario, Canada. "Bting a mild physic A O" '": i 't They are simply wonderful." Guaran-
the after effects are not unpleasant, and I WS o 'c"." teed to cure stomach, liver and kidney
can recommend them to all who suffer went to a '4' ih -I' ;, disorders; at A. H. Brake's store. Price
enth d 'lamriWi for :l '-, r;wd i'. ': 50.oc.
from stoniach disorder." For sale by eL. ysteryn r forw n U oid! w T 50
M, Ware, St. Andrew and Bavhead and A -
all medicine dealers. (et n i pe rd o- i:t LEGAL NOTICES
about an inc(ih thick,;.. c an nlioi ii.;
Sifted pearl. two and rub the n l:oth sideo : NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Some years ago the sultan of Sulu with it. Pn ri, ,, salt an DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
learned that the pearl fishermen were topst it on1 etLu -;tw ' :l ;ed' (' reaping big profits. He supplied his fire. Drop on ir t; ... !:.. ,',:, but- June 26, 1905.
revenue collectors with sieves and or- ter and two qprlg-s I," piardly and get Notice is hereby given that the fol-
dered that all pearls found near Sulu him to eat it." lowing named settler has filed notice of
must be tested in these sieves. Those The young wife dd o' n.ud her hus- his intention to make commutation
that dropped through were to be re- band loved her ev.er reIt'r. proof in support of his claim, and that
tained by the fishermen; those that re- said proof rill be made before clerk of
the circuit court at Vernon, Fla., on
mined in the sieves were to belong to CHOLERA INFAXTI.1UM. August 19, 1905, viz:
the sultan for taxes. It nearly ruined DAVID HOBBY of Econina, Fla..
the pearl fisheries. (C!ild Not Expected to live tron One Hd 33591 for thenwi of sec. 12, tp. Is,
----. ...____.. r. 14w.
LEGAL NOTICES Ilonr to Another. blli nCred by He names the following witnesses to
L' Clinmberlain's C, i'hl.lca and prove his continuous residence upon
N(TI I OR UBI[C Ao R iand cultiat.iou of said land, viz:
ATON. Diirrhoea r Peter Hobby, George' Barber, Erwin
DF.eARe',i M'r T OF TH R I'TEirlO. Ruth-, the i:ile dJa;l. N. Dew- Easters and Clarence Hagins all of
IAND) O I CE AT GAINESVILLE, FLA i ,L A,,,lT illu, V. lr ." 1 i of Enfinan. Fla.
July 3, 1905. % W, G.ROBINSON, Register.b
Notice is hereby gixen that the fol- ri iiatum lt ..i \. e "1Editor's fee paid.
lowilg nami ed settler has filed notice of hI' "1I' a l d ird d t ,.i; t I..i t lire
her intention to make final proof in. f, h,ii o i hniur I., H!i,:i eIr,"' h.- lt\-. "'I NOTICE FOR PU-BL]CATION.
support of his claim, and that said l l.l-penoel oi think ot ('i'tnl,. r,'In', *'.l- DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
proof will be made before the Clerk of i, Cola aa d Land Office at Gaineville, Fla
the Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on I I *. July3, > Land Oice at Gi1805.esvile, la
August 19, 1903, viz: ,o in a if it Ir I t ,e ,re. I live Noti hereby given that the fol-
!' ALMA DANIELS of Nos Fi eow is hereby given that the fol-
TTTALM9A DA tNIELS of Noles, Fla., I,..*' I .,., *. hm Iv. 1'; -.r tbe !,r'r r. %\VA% lowing named settler has filed notice of
ld 34296 for the ni of sei and ni of swlv krt (in g1 t Ii.an l Ilore she I i ir.l his intention to make final proof in sup-
of see 28, tp. ln, r. 15w.
He names the following witnesses to cii et,, 1,1! ,,t .re ,nall bottle ~ n., poat of his claim, and that said proof
ena s t following, witnesses to will be made before the Register and
prove his continuous residence upon, ,ell." 11hI. remedy is fr .le Io 1. M. Receiver at Gainesville, Fla., on Aug.
and cultivation of said land, viz: \VW're, St Andl(. and Bit ead and il: 10, 1905, viz.,
Thomas Brown, William I. Varnum, ,e,, iivue dealeX. WILBURN E PITTS, of Nrxon, Fla.
Frank Carter and Emanuel Brown, all Hd 30007, for the:w4 oi nw of sec 27, tp.
2s, r. 12w.
EditorG. ROBINSON, Register. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. names the following witnesses to
PEditOr'S fee paid, prove his continuous residence upon.
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Do You Want to Sell Your R. D. Murray, Robert Nixon, J. G.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. Busiiltes? W\e~ can sell \ou.11' huiness, Davis and R. T. Sanester, all of Nixon.
LAND OFICE ATGAINESVILLE, FLA., rno matter where it is l.c'eate.l. This i Fla, W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
July 3, 1905, t lie age of spcl:iali-ts. We aro the only
NotJu h y iven, 190, the exclusive bsine-s brokers in the coun- Notice otf Application for Tax
lowing named settler has filed notice of try. We have I:uyer,. What have .olJ leed 1
her intcution to make finil proof in sup- to offer? We I,rin baler anl, -diler to- Under Section 8 of Cnaptcr 4888 Laws of
port of her claim, and that said proof .et her and maKe q i,..K iales. Florida
will be made before the Clerk of the Robt. M. Euricl ('o., In'.. Notice is hereby given that Wm. A.
Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on Aug. Pittsburg. Pa. and EmmaM. Emmons,purchasers ol Tax
19, .1905, viz: Buy An Establislted lhsiness Certificate ,No. 199, datea the Jst day of
LAURA A. DANIELS, of Noles, Fla. and secure for your.fasteadyincome; u,..,1901, have file said certificate
Hd 34295 for the s of se and si of sw business is theold fa-lioned, time-tried in my office, and hawe msde application 1
ofbec. 28, tp. In, r.15w. method of getting rich, Don't monkey for tax deed to issue in ac orlnce w th
Slie names the following witnesses to with "get rich quick" hue: we are law. Said certificate embraces the tollow- 1
prove )er continuous residence upon the only exclusive "business brokers" ing described property situated in Wash-
and cultivation of said land, viz: in the country, and can place you in an an"gton clunly, Florida, to-wit: Lots 1
Thomas Brown, William I. Varnum, established, good-payvin buiines, no and 2 in the unw of see. 1, tp. 4s, r15 w.
Frank Carter, and Emanuel Brown, all matter where voi Wish to locate. Write ihe said lnud being asse-sed at the date
of Noles, Fla. today and let uis know what yo, want. of the issuance of such certificate in the
W. G. ROBINSON, Register Robert M. I'uErich & Co., Inc., name of T. C. Hagan. Less said cer-
L[FEditor's fee paid. Pittshu,'. Pa. tifieale shall be redeernod according to

liw, tax deed will is ie thereon on the I
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. -- 27th day of July, A. D. 1905. 1
DEPARTMENTOFTHEINVIR INIA COLLECE Witness my official signature aud seal 1
LAND OFFICE ATGANES LE, FLA. For YOUNG LADIES, Roanoke, Va. L. S.] this the 22d day of June. A .
June 26, 190b. ) Opens Sept. 15, 1905. One of the lead- Clerk Circuit Cour .
Notice is hereby given that the follow- ing Schools for Yolng Ladies in the
ing-named settler has filed notice of his South. New ,iuildinvs, ni.ano i and equip- OONTEST NOTICE.
intention to make commutation proof in ment. Campus ten aerr Graild mount- DEPARTMENT OF THE TNTERIOR.
support of his rclim, ind thst said proof ais scenery in V1al].- ,v" .ir f.iil:. famed U. S. Land Offie at Gainesville, Fla,)
will be made '. ~, ,.. t., ( 'lerk of the Cir- for health. Europ n ari 1 a0"., 1l. teach- May 15; 1905.G
cuitCourt at Vernon, Fla. on August 19, ers. Full course Coim,-ll7.Ilr adriantag- A sufficient affidavit having been
1905,viz: es in Art, 'Music andI Ili,,,- ii, Certifi- filed in this office by T. A. White, con-
WILLIS II. LASSATER of Econfiia, catesWellesley. S .tl.enis'io L30 States testant, against Hd entry No. 31304,
Fla., For Catalogue address made Jan. 20, 1902, for the w I of swi
lid 33579, for the ,4wi of stec. 14, t). Is, MATTIE P. HARRIS, I rr'ident, of sec. 10 tp 3n, r. 15w, by JamesM.
r. 14w. ,. Hanks, contestee, in which it is alleged
He names the following witnesses to .- that said Hanks has never resided on
p'*-... ER'S % said land, nor improved the same, and
c II' ....... 1 ,l i IJ. iz: I HAl BALSAM that he has abandoned the same for
..ii. L,.,,,. '..i,, iJ,. t. '. ,, 1 B i 7- l-en, I a ..,,''I,.,t "' Wi,. morethan six months since making said
h... ..-., L D e [, Ill... all -1 1: .:,htiii. .Nec:r Fails to Ivw.irec entry, his absence not being due to eam-
HI .air to Itsr 'oulti Color. enty
CF~~ ~rlp W.G.. 1 c ritL'&g. ployment in the army or navy in time
g .~0 :lil'.:ai. Icn ... l t ru glu of war, said parties are hereby notified
"_..... .......-... . __ _. .-.-... .-- .-- to appear, respond and offer evidence
touching said allegation at 10o'clock
a. m. on July 18, 1905, before the clerk
Oer A of the circuit court at Vernon, Fla., and '
250,000 ONE FULL QUAR OF that final hearing will be held al 11
Pleased o'clock a. m. on August 8, 1905 before

madein plain ed States Land Office in Gainesville,
boxem. irNo piFla.
n arksL indl- m g TI said cL't et ant ;i,, lin; in a pro-
in t.. i.e the lowei.t-prlked Whiiskey Uou, Band tie. per attitiavil, file Alty i', ]l)s.ii, sot forth
o1 .st .ilJIUrder Whl ske Concernt In tn i uth. All t lfacs which show that after due dill-
Nh, rth ..- jarr>. Wblkiey we sell J guod-l-here' sino bnd.
.I h.:t t e w uldn' adulteralet itevyknewbow -, n ure to gence personal service of this notice
thonrCt! I. s'A, h yslteey 6eller. are noted for nlix e nole liuu and
,V, u-'. W i l.:ru,,regiioe u oidwt~r iik, andlAi.r IItun cannot be made, i is hereby ordered
S- --- ar ir.... r,.nptl tr. *"Caper's I I Yearld" bihr is and directed that such notice bcgi'en
..A L ..1I--r. *rna,in oi.im tie coptr Itt .ut c Bp w, ma d.i by by due and proper publication.
S YEAourRr ulj:OLDteri--. Flr-ate Chstini slLrJo at i,.O tl6.0L 0 W. CGI. G.ROBINSON, Register.
S1f Y P A R n n P** .'' all.. '1.It It'B t a ll |)t' r 'hlla"c a lr''$* l I'i(ai ('Lh." It
S A .irr r.., :r e iii tlli t ,iri,ack. w'ha" F.~r .'r Fi ..'iiio. (I 'Editor's fee paid.
ar p -Y l ll it1A)ou our woirdt I t'"idi. t c. thi sol d ,i
W Eh- -, t ,,t '. we offerr fnur Full QuartbfI ",'np.per's II .
S-*r !Md"--rIwnsampie bottle orR. ,, i 1 ISver O!d -a c-rn. ..... I I "l oe LI l "A
.' sjB V v.,I," ,, I.- l brab..v, :an ol put in l ine n Fnl! -ar Ia JtPr. " foo -
galir i. L,, rn Oor wIn L urnlb tirent fwiilwrtw'n'olt It r." re. T "
Cell-, ul *&I and g Liv e 0P,.CO ri -eWrps 'lriti "l. VI.' .r : ',.-
lg I ,. sktn p b l te e ,l Its.' than t 'l r..r laTl -!IOr. n. ', n. e : e a;-
VeI h.l Pir boKes liin no nyarks ic. i.4iitti cn ij i, od
Prep! ll Ezprei-i,. uyers We of e's t l ani?, i-s, cbra.l- -" ,
a1ima Db t'L mua add gO ca't, pel quart eqra o..
NORTh CAROLINA PEOPLe 95- arpt-rBldTg.NN-. IN'. r4N.-IN. ) '0 cter w are. not more elastic than
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Upeaiers i Generail Mercliahise,

Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions,

Boat Stores, Hay Grain and Feea Stuffs.
We cirry at all times a Well Selected Stock of Merchandise adapted to
the St. Andrews Bay trade.
We will Not Be Undersold!


SEcillville, 3lIEa4,

Manufacturers of

Rouhl, Dressed anid Dimension

Yellow Pine L-mber.

Dealers in General Merchandise,

Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and Feed.

Tlihe Allaton Lmber Cofpany,




Whether Large .r Small. Write for Prices.


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Drngs, Modlicinsl, Faruly T Tolet Ariicles

I Handle no Quack Nostrums.

DR. J, J, KESTER, M, D. Druasist.



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Effect April 14, 1901

e Pensacola,
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SUliaelr of b reece.
The Acarnanians w-ere conrktoro the
most skillful slingers of Greece. Tn iM
weapons were used not only to throw
stones, but balls of lead,, and .Ijame
l',Wali.tie, e.PQClJy i I .te plain of
Marathon, many of these metal projec-
tiles have been found. The relics are:
interesting from' the inscriptions and
devices cut upon' them, which consist
b -thN-ames of pero'ns and appropri-
ate epitthe, teJegenf in many cases
meaning when fully tL-ansated "Look
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Mon tgomeay
St. Louis

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No. 2
Pensacola. Ar 10:50 p.
Bohemia. 10:37
Yniestra. 10:34
Escambia. 10:"2
Mulat 10:23
Harp 10:21
Galt City 10:15
liltou 10:10
Good Range ..
Holts 9:3
Millivraan 9:20
Crestview o:13
Deer Land 8:55
Mossy Head 8140
DeFuniak,Springs 8:18
Argyle 7:44-
Pouce de Leon 7:29
We.tville 7:17
Caryville 7:12
Bonifay :55
Chll:lev tl:37
Cottondale 6:18
M arianna i :00
Cy press 5:38
Grand Ridge 5:32
Sneads 5:21
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An Ibaso Theory.
In one of the l',i.bl:-;id:l letters of
Ibrsen he says that whti, he li w-s writ-
ig ,one of his plays i!e l'hd on his desai
awn cei!it"jile glass with a tcor.pioa tn
it. Now anit 'i t gr'ow sic, and the tutltor )ulli thro-
ta ]ice'- of s)i't fr:it to it, whereupo:i
thie sc-'o-riiioon wT:c!l fail up:;'; the fool
fur!m')sly. (m':liy its po!oui Into It an
the; get lweI :!,; '" tla It not i Rgol
deal like this with us poets?" Ibsh t
coutinuc-s. "Nature's laws ttpply Itl th,
domain nf thte Snr!lt n1~nl."'


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aBkyt t "-' .s- .r.lf.iLS
SCopRnoy-.itHrI &U.
A' Onn 14- s, .r koe*,-;h and dceRaoe1, 1i'iI n ,i'
q ilokly ie ,,r i -i nr opiniorln frce . ., i n
Invenn..ll ir- n I" I i. I i i' lll,a i i y n nnn i
llon1pslrti'l i : i I"I .n .. n "ai. *
gont fro i ,..t -1 ... t i a ei |d tont,
P ltef taken 1l1l liti M'i'. i (Co. reM l\ %
pejaol notice, without ciarffe, In tiho

Aban' dsomvly ili.'rr,..1 :i. i .' ir
culatton of ,r : I i l .
Sear ir I.;.. I. -. -, I I I newside a.
UNN & Co.36lBroadwa New York
Branch u,.lc-C2-1 F .." .. \' .L'to. n. C

TWo IaMps,-Eadn $1
80x50 inches ; correctly platted amld
hliowigii all tho U m0ore important
buillingy-is of great value to any
eno contonilplating -ui.rchasihg pro!p-
arty in town. It cio',ers about foui
mies of -co4ist lille, extending east:
ward from )veI' l'ui,.t to and em-
lracing Old St. Andireews. with cor
. .... J'... I ..... : ...... : .. u .,...l rt

respondung erriti.v luain. i ic f NOTICE F"F L Bl.I1'ATIO'N 1lin. and pr. rt,-tllng. Lhi-- eyes big !th .i.-t It.'i i,
O)ne Dullar, at the L-uY Otice. )EPA tNT OF THE NTERIOR.terror of whar h fetit was coming ". -,
Alo n LandOliccatG inei ile,. Fli. "Don't youn give It to me, gentlemen," : Li ',b, "
A BECTIONMAL MAP OF TIIE ST. y 22, ll5. f he pleaded. "I'm plain now, and It ; she J. -t
ANOlEWS B.1AY COUNrRY, ,ntice-is fiereby given that'the follow- wouldn't be right Ain't danced in six The ynunu mar
S i ing named settler has filed notice of hi" months and ain't tasted a drop. r'on't th:- entubsiun tic p
SIhowing all the lnr.,,s disposed, of by intention to make commutation proof in you make me now." "She i- beautift
the Cincinnati (ilimpalny, also locate.- supportof his claim, and that said proof "Look at that, Billy," said O'Nelil. 1 "Why not1?"
Harrison, Pariker, (_.rouainrltoi and will be nuiae before the clerk of the cir- holding up a bottle between !!iv'y- Bvtt;, i.'t-aedl
adjaosnt country. The plat of thi o"i-t- court at Vcrnon,. Fiao, on July 2 eyes and the sun. "Don't that !,.,Ik | na eiLeme
lots is not shown. but by -th aid (t IE ': STYLES, of Anderson, Fla. good? Just see how It smilesl It'.; i "'BEcu ,' cout
this map the alpproximate location o0 Hd :l. nt for the w%,e of neh and e1 of the very best li town, and we've ,, ; 'si n'-. *ui. n- t
any lct is easily dctertniiKl. Price nwv.k of sec 26, tp. 1i, r. 14w. more bottles in waiting. There's i kuj.eung y t si
One Dollar, at the Bnoy Offico,. le mnims the following witnesses to- whole glasses for you, PBilly-Ju7s f,,' 'b*L d ."
.1o" rove his continuous residi-nce upon and you. Think how it'll feel running. Y L'ot' -
tEiher map will bo sent my mail ti, cultivation of said land, viz.; down your throat and remember 1,. .- and th,.- ,utiu-r m
any address on roceipt orf lie price. To-be Doughe'ty, Richard Williams, Sanm it smells! Lordy, I do feel almost li:e see the ,.u: r's
-- B ayboy, Viltlita LtaIter, all of Ander- drinking thewhol. thing myself! l'.::t L whU: lL ,herI
Onmir;o bIson, l Ii W. G. Ro.iasox, Register-. here, Billv" :,ailtyi.' a rit'L
Our Clubbing Lists o qi 'Editor'sUpa .reBilly. ,
Edt 1 Un LIS_. ~ ___ lsHe reached wout the bottle sudd,i.,nl. J-. -. Io "
The BUOY bas made very liberal clu!_- N,, I,. .. ,, TTA'TION and Billy's la:n.I--both of them-w-iont Ai. --0i'! sl
ing arrangements with a few ofrry r, l)EPA'iiEN OF THE INERIOR. linngrily toward it. His eves were iiit. .-
hes publications in the rryrir and lfr DEPARtMENT OF THE INTERIOR. ' tremling, hi.hn-a rat t, .lh".
lie present can send f Ta. wii c year Laud Ofitce at Gaim esville, F.. 1 ,shining,. his lps trembl ing, his who' s ii ; '
The BUOY and May 15 l.Q.---- --v -a r-rT0r rn rs 1 e(n tem- wr.. '
Detrit Free rs (twice-a-week Not 1raebyiven that the fo an almost superhuman effort, he forced li':
antid Year Book) ..........1 7 lowuing-named settler has filed notice of his arms bad.. to hisa sides. 'Not P.L- *I*';,
Tpe Fla T. U. & Citizn, di.ly for $n he inten-noiri to, make final proof in "Don't, O'Neil!" he in ..-lo' "Ih.n't., 'pe't .ris -ii "-.
do Semi weekly, for support o0 her claim, and that saiIo V o r r w :ow
Scientific Aineriann' t ... 5 proofwiltbe ade before the clerkt y inyI You know how 'tis wisin L .. n- i'- n' Be
FParmoirand Fruit;rov( rt ... I? 2 on ,lryu 190 BIQV3' Fl Please don't. I don't want it." V' -.--l, r-l.t-d
.oeida Arie...ui.t ... 2 l.' BlET Y GA IER, widow of Primut *"It'll do you .," iniexioly. r.. l.t .i al.
do IcI IS)u '.. I.. h,.. I: Ga+i r, [deceased, p St. .\%a '3_- lre.g,"t+;nL tt;. ?, ., ....i,.. t ...t :t L,,. ,h.
Farm .Ioi1rn i, PhIn tnl -da,-Pto nlfcy I /asIe, ....l...S .\_,i-"-f:.4 ,nu '- .t ,iu 'i. t I.-; sl"i-def
Farmutl il u en F '-' r
Ciai nitrit i Fiiqi i i u twice aaweek e^ i-) Ir 1.4;. .'. t s lende
Ci.i.e .n..itc iswiue wek 1i ld. 27156 for Lot 12, sec. 20, and lots 6, stuff ti..Ll;,n, doi n your throat ta.w I. 'IT%, .lM
Atl8 i ,t aCoe i a l ti sn s ....7i id 8, see, 19 tp ,4s, r. 4w than to have it poirn d, down ni b.t- ro.at-
N. Y. World(IIti.. iAki .-' .-: names tie following witnesses to tes ,full. You know w hat W .., t, -.',,re
The .ni" op,.l"l.......... + D Biler lyn.lnuou residen o go) es nd you .. : " 'nyou r-lnl' '
The Criri..ri, n.........-.... 5I 5 -'i.; ,n ti vatl onm of said ladend, viz-: o thin. u ", t
h .- iEmanuel Gaitner- Willia' aine W whole thng." '" "
For ,a or ,ii <-r oit *l,..i h i pilp.li i Gaiunte' h aldThu ak oa Billy dropped Ip n 'Ih knes. i
Itons ill coneipIP uu with i it l '1" i i:1i St. Audrew, Fla. "Don't," he re. ate. d dl- . ' -' t '"or
dreBsa li ordaeerti IjK l,',, W. G.,'ROBINWON, ,Reister. want to. If I R.; *.: stop .-' :
:.,, ,,.*; .. ;.. .. .. | i. l otor'-, fee 9a: Y ou atn :,...; -. .~ ... __. L..... 1 '" l ^ '" .

]He ir a Geninu at ilding Kate anti
Finding 'rhesrn Agulix
"C'Orup of thev wit famtililar iound; O1
the. stuunler v ouds the rattlirig barh
of tLe irI.*- 1 s(inUivlvtl.- rvA tin ol-se u
er. -Tthe tjoa*- ''f hiz vole rire t;trik,!
nul t Ic'rC is f grv-t di lferenvee Lwr%%ee
hi.' zingr1 y ,arl. 1i0i cvry of' fe-a. i
cbaittering muiujni~due with %-. l, h Ii
ailil~ iiij lwi,,idrleo nhis il-pSiiui~i
the running, Li 4,-( repartee i' .-li''!i I.

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O Copyrightnr. lfnn4. by I Frqnrk H. Sweentt

O'Nei'l -tipl'-rld to t(l.e door of the

the COlSt-'nl rat-Oil:11; nliaIlwnt uo tlie nAl- saloon, hloldling iL s gla.nss so he cold
tics of a patir at | la and tlu IluIt; rt see the colors of the bunllght through
tliug roll call which lhe utters appar- the liquor. The street was compara-
ently from sheer enjoyment of the Ipvl1v 1eqp/rtoi fnr Whwn cowboys were

sound or.as a challenge to some un
seen enemy of his own tribe and.which
reverberates tlhugh the woods often
with sufficient force to carry, the sound
for as much as half to tlut-eoquarters
of a mile. If we listen for an instant
when we hear one of these challenges
sent forth we may hear it answered
from some distant point so faintly that
we cannot be certain that it is not an
echo. Some other male has heard the
challenge and, detecting the self satis-
fied note in it, has answered, and wc
may be fairly certain that they are
h:w";uiiitg toward each other, each with
the intention of annaihllating his foe or
at least teaching him a lesson.
"Gray sqii'irr-el, unlike most of the
rodents, do not hibernate in the wvintei
time, but are abroad and very active
duriu:- most of the season. Their nests
are then in h'.llow treee, but they usu.
ally leave these retreats in March and
build airier and less vermin infected
abodes in the tree tops of leavc;s ,Ino
twigs. If you can watch a gray s,;uir
rel gathering nuts in the fall yv-i Y iii
see him take a nut In his cheek pouch
and hop along the ground, testing ii
every few yards with his front feet,
When he has found a spot entirely t'c
his liking he will scoop out a shallow
hole and, placing the nut in it, wii;
cover it up with the loose earth. Thli
he will stamp down and restore- to iit
former condition by scraping the loost
leaves and small stones over it.
"This performance he repeats again
and again in that and other localities
until he has hidden away in this man-
ner a large quantity of nuts, one squir-
rel often burying several hundred. In
the winter, as he needs them, he un-
earths these nuts, and it is wonderful
how unerringly be can go to his vari-
ous caches, even though, as frequently
happens, they may all be covered with
a foot or more of snow."
Dangeir of Hypnotism.
Even with the best understanding of
the subject now possible, there is dan-
ger in originating anything that puts
a hypnotized person under his own
control-in other words, that originates
automatism, writes Dr. M. A. Veeder
in the Medical Record. So long as
the subject is under the control of the
hypnotizer absolutely there is not so
much danger, but let him go out under
his own control-and he runs without a
balance wheel. In this way auto sug-
gestion, which fortunately is more dif-
ficult and exceptional, may ori-'Llnqt
exceedingly unpleasant experiences
The writer has even come to the con-
clusion' that there may be cases of
inq. ntitiy r.ulfiniue to institutions that, if
the truth were known, are really of
This type,


Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
May 22, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make comnmutatio proof in
support of his claim, and that said proof
will he made before the clerk of the cir-
cuit court at Vernon, Fla, on July -0,
190', viz.:
JOHN TURNER, of Anderson, Fla.,
Hid. 33050 for the nw of see. 4, tp, 2s,
r. 141w.
He name the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
William Gurganus, John McLeod, Zeb
Ilird, Sam Kirkland, all of Anderson,
Fla. W. G. ROBINSON, Register
gf Editor's fe- paid.
Laud Office at G inesville, Fla.)
May 22, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing named settler has filed notice of his
iiitntion to make commutation proof in
support of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the clerk of the cir-
cuit court at Vernon, 'la., on July 20,
1!905. viz.:
lid 3393 l for the w of neI and nwi of
Ms414 of sec. 34, tp Is, P. 14w.
ie names the following witnesses to
(i.Ivc his continuous residence uon and
clr ivation of said labd, viz.:
W. J. Gurgauun, John Turner, Sain
Kirkland'. Frank Clark, all of An'ierson,
Fla. .W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
i',l lit.r'es fee paid.

in town it was customary for the in-
habitants to bethink themselves of
needed duties Indoors. The color of
the liquor proving satisfactory, O'Neil's
hand dropped from its significant posi-
tion on his hip pocket, and his eyes
swept the street.
"Hikie here, you fellers!" he yelled
suddenly. "Yonder's Billy Patterpat
turning the corner. Let's cover the
street and corral him and then make
him dance."

"Huh!" drawled another cowboy
who was leaning against the counter,
emptying glasses and flinging them at
whoever he thought might not be able
to dodge and holdiln. his revolver In
readlines ,: ti." )r ps>.-able objection to
his playfulness, "Patterpat won't
dance. Hle's joined the little party of
Mennonites up country and gone plain.
Ain't you heard? Billy ain't frivolous
any more'."
"We're gion' to give him a drink
first" significantly. "There won't be
trouble then. You used to know Billy."
The figure at the counter straight-
ened. "Why, of course, of course," he

S- -

% I

90p [FBilly's hwarl weu
I eye-s wevr? jli.St.
S "'No, no." he ,rot
,'1, ^ no present, gentitn
Ing bard up tire
ahead. I'm all rig
Slaway from that st
"S thuIt u;-,. Hilly
k grn: .0lu.y. 1"" ,i
for the bride. An
t/ \ t--" mike It two,
SThey'l be h'bndy's
U thre 3uIeunnlte
.II \ lrs, one, two. thr
wiub the Mlt wn-
t f mo re \I ot!i e deli
S--w s uunn-r'nr, hands
an=^'d 'X^t W-s tone.
.-~ 'i.- p .r
b 2r

conceded, "a good drink will be oil : v
for Patt,:[ t'.: feet. I did used to ii
know Billy. The only trouble ewith i
him was that all his brains and fun rI'f
and v ciryLhii:r was jest in his feet, i;.
and with them gone plain there i C"PLotlit. 19I.
couldn't be .no Patterpat any more. A -
We'll oil 'em with Billy's special. lim-
berer." 1 -Y.u ar'e t111.t -L
As they filed out a newcomer from ri;n, a:_ y,..ti. l't
Texas looked discontentedly at O'Neil. .l.y ,t':" I
"Any special inducement 'bout that !. *.,y ni :,..
Patterpat's feet?" he inquired. "I've \e . ,t.: W-
been pretty comfortable sitting on the
counter. We have dancing down to i
Texas." ; n '* . 1 th f I
"Bietter go back there," curtly, "or '-','. w' a
go sit on the counter if you like. As "

only he has to e limbered up with 't,
to inducement, tierle ain't only one .
d eand rind that's ratte at. It've been t I
to Frunsco and eito nnn.- to City an g to i
o- -l. v ti.,"h at- his,"
C'rcady. That's the wseen anhen'--least

do, and we had to round him like we C...omed alog ,
ays what they" e td cin'-but
've never se but on Patterpat, at t at
only he has to be limbered up with Ji t ~ m talk? '
,Treat jugs of whrsiy. fi.. T "itn bt" t
algs are all v ghee on snd parabolas and leii

of escape. The gradual spreading ofer a
ricoshays and scrniiiates. Now, youn "Mr. Er.fhrs i
stand right here, and I'll carter out to
"JOVfe. tL;ll'4 jllot
the middle of the street. That's him tg t 'i
ecoin.:' yonder and beginnit to dodge gi it,,ull, at i c
already. That's the way he used to asy ,iu.td and a
do, and we had to round him like web il,"

late now. Several of the cowos it watoo'orle rone ad a
wold a wild mustang and then fille" e a son
turned theyer they wtt lkeds

and dashed up the street. In a few ll tat the art
Billy Patterpat was a block and a rotIng at the artI
half away, coming on slowly and look- ut te
.Several vl,.; 1
ing from side to side for some avenue ,
of escape. 'I'he gradual spreading of tn0,T ,,- I
the cowboys across the street brought r ,iv a .,
up memories of past experiences, and g, .1 wih
his eyes had begun to grow troubled gs l ir whlt g.
and full of ar'pr,.,r i!i!,,n. At length he d a
stopped and looked'back, but it was-too
late now. Several of the eowboyS fae. lET h tL ,
were near their mustangs, and as he a rPdlroe a a
turned they swung into their saddles l o1ex!ro-sisn of
and dashed up the street. In a few llexty. A quctl-
moments 1it w, IIItboir midst, stnig- but the answer c,
utoruens Ilc ~-;I~P-t tv A i cn.0 1,ol


O'N l. ",.: l i.d.id and -- and
drun ik A Li, for you. i.-t me off tWhiA
tilMi'. '4id -ai;d,. if you don't mind,
I'd ltve -i Bay . ',
(ih, 4<'LhJ p'"-'r devil mrako his cou-
f ',, i;.!," it'ep, iiedfl o:ne of the
cow,,o;; 3?j) lit:ure :ll-. 'Y',Yu know
how 't- Tr ith Fir tt 'rlnt. If ithe smells.
an hbe sia j,-he won't stop ensy. It'll be
two J hbs ,before be heobera up. Let
liuib -'r i h rihrt."
Billy t0i I hl:u a grateful look.
"It' like this." he said, with a pa-
thetic c.,g,-rness In his voice. "Six
months fag, I happened to be up In
the country, and I saved a girl's life.
Sbh was caught by a bear, and-and I
suppc-. T r:cteld some brave. Anyhow,
she and her folks thought so and took
me In. Shnce then I've been up there,
nud 1 nan't tisted a drop, and I've been
fpoli-' that nme-be I could make some-
thluin of myself some time, like I used
to thinr l --n long while ago." There
was a little catch In his voice; then he
went or lower tones: "Me and the
girl was hbe married. I came down
today fi a ring nnd license. They
believe In me up there, and I've joined
In with tlerem. and'-hls eyes suddenly
becoming steady and aggressive at a
giggle from one of the cowboys--"f
'twan't for the whisky I believe I could
be a goou mann ngn n -a better one than
you co I ier he, Danny. But, of
course.. Y.voice naiain dropping and
his hafil SMcihip mLuebarnlcally toward
the Iltt e -i will finish it alL Up
there they don't have anything strong
to drink, und-a:nd they never suspect-
edI was that way. When they find
this oat It'll be over with us. I'll run
through m:,yelf soon's I can, and-and
the girl :lnl th,.y'll feel sorry, but you'll
have your dri'nce carnival. So we won't
all lose. Now you can give me the bot-
tle. O'Nei].
But O'Nc-il was holding the bottle
up b.etweon lis own eyes and the sun.
"Seems a f iti to spill such good stuff,"
he said ie iret fuly, "but it's got to be."
Then in a loud-,er voice: "Here, you fel-
lers, sne that stone over t'other side
the stitr'? Well, every one who's got
a bottle shy at that, and the one who
breaks into the most pieces will go
with Billy to see about the ring and
Slic-nse. Then we'll all club in for a
pre-c'nt aRn'I"-

* \V I .- 1 11 '4" .5 love Ile ,
-\V. 1. ,r Ink elen\ted h bi brows
.I R .. a -burr rer ~j-" 'iln' t that about
a;xtl[ I Uiy ;h has a chance to Be-
j., j.. t n n'.pw. a nd why doesnl't
tnC- t-',) it h~.,Ut 8')cI Ueb tr-iubie'Y'
; '.1 I .~. b,.cld 811enlctly admir-
AIl!: t!:.. w i- 'iP dii irit. tin? converma-
ci.n. i n t'invrneagnitin t.'ward he.r coin-

P .. iL, i, .
"._Le i- rl :. 1 ,u r -l ?"
.:*Ye." i.pie.li botL of the young men
at tI( a:i:e tide.
*A i:l." L' t-nntiJe-i l l:tty. "has to
\_I .. .r th l lL tJ-ei hietlher s e knows
her own mind or not. Here are two
men. Both are kind and attentive to
the girl. Both offer her the best that
he has to give. Both pay her the high-
est compliment that a man can pay to
a woman, for each one in turn asks
her to be his wife. Here, on the one
hand, are riches, a life with every wish
granted, a mother and father made
comfortable, and a husband who loves
you. If she does not love him, she
respects and admires him. On the
other hand are a life of everlasting
economy, a home where there may al-
ways be the necessities of life, but
very few of the luxuries; a father and
moi:tb-i. who must continue in their
"s:ane clrcumstianu'es, a little trip now
and ilhen when there chances to be an
excursion, and a husband who loves
y.iu. l.hi d~e:1!.-s hiai-c!'f for you and
\wiiou you in your turn love. Which
shall it be?"
Wtllout a moment's hesitation both
of the young men answered, "The man
you love."
- Betty was twisting the chain of her
satchel around her finger. She laugh-
ed and shook her head when she heard
the answer.
"Well, I see that you are both as
yet at the romantic age."
"Are you?"
Frank Carlyle looked down into the
fair, sweet face close beside him. Bet-
ty looked at Jack Winslow. He was
frowning. Then, turning her face once
more toward Frank and looking mis-
chievously sideways at Jack, she said,
"Who knows?"
Frank laughed and looked at his
"Half past 4," said he. "Well, I
must be off. If you were going," look-
nci first at Rettv. then t .Tack. "whv.'
it'sso easty upleaantI thugh

it up suddenly. His '11
Sit's so beastly unpleasant I thought
tested; "I don't want perhaps I might give you a lift in theLUM A A D N PL
iien. I've been work- carriage." Jack declined with thanks.
and have got some A deep dimple shadowed Betty's pink Thi is the latest ana most compliro
:ht long's I can keep cheek for a moment. Then, looking do- and -ow for working plants in the garden. It
u .". murely at Jack, she answered Frank's s S'lht-hdjes1bldeis; the weight the ilok to.
. O'Neil retort, un. question. which the blade is attached keeps it in f.e
r't you; it's a prie--ut "I would be ever so much obliged to round, and the depth of plowing is r~e-ulated
1 I reckou we' ll !et- you if you would just drop me at my by V irtinso the handles. A boy of girl of ten
cf our be-t ponies. door. Mother scolded because I came I els ca h handle it with perfect ease. It has a
i 4-inch steel wheel, the height of which makes
an yt:lng up amou- out, and it will appease her wrath ie plow light of draft. It has five blades; I is
farmers. Now. fel- somewhat to know that I came home turning mold, 2 ashoel, 3 a sweepor wee iirni
e, and crasIh! An] without being touched by the rain." '' ; \ blade, 4 a bulsl-tonue. 5 a rake. WreIrc
rd a half dozen o'r Jack said nothing, but his face was. *. with each plow.
,crel from as many very pale when Betty gave him her We have made areas by
v fm ay a e i o r rWe have mnade rrlilnIPI:ts by
crashed agin te d at the crrige door ran tried ich we can furnish this plow at
to coax him to change his mind, but, the factory price, $3.75, with
Jack was firm, because Betty did not '"
-===- ____- second the invitation. Just as the car-
riage door was about to be closed Bet- .
ty leaned out.
S "Oh, Mr. WCiinslow, I have decided to '
0 11 i go to the Freeman dance Friday night" -
ii Then the carriage rolled away. When *" ,.
L. Tine they arrived at Betty's home neither -'. - .-
L. Tinsley Frank Carlyle nor his companion saw

SL nsl tree on the opi,,:,.-4i;, side of the street, -.
* Lu S. L. Tinsleu t f a theosho o t a e
J- --_ ---- i and when Frank left Betty at the door --- ..,
Sand sprang again into his carriage Jack .. -
--ilr; out hn all thin- Winslow walked away with a sigh of freight to St.. Andrioews Bay about one dollar, making he plow, (l.li-ei,.
..relief. -$450. But the BuoY proposes to do botter-than this and will send the Bnov
u ar d "Anyway" murmured b d and furnish one of these plows complete at the factory for $4.50)
, turned- around way," murmured e, "se didn't purchaser to pay fr-eight
: t her mother ask him to come in." Tie plow may be seen in operation at the editor's residenceat any time
cause it is pour Friday night and the Freeman ball Order from the BUOY direct,
. aue it is po- ame at last. Betty stood before her
:'*" mirror looking at her reflection. The A-- -- ---. R ,,
it' I'm not afraid of white mull gown, a gift from her aunt,
un lady clasped her who rarely gave her niece anything AR, Rn- s LE r,. l t 'is a FREns .iFLE
i. uinfastened her um- worth mentioning, was very becoming 11y and ,,t tn
,)ut beneath the drip- to the girl. She had arranged her hair - 0 \ r : cnleSg a c h.-
after the style of Mr. Elfland's famous .s'" aly nee- n -
ire- had been covered picture, and she smiled as she looked | ...I world of ours, is that wL.
. young man coming at the change it made in her appear- u".O '.:- ". .. :' "O eys should hbe lu..1 I-I,
.V, in. bowed, -ance- | ;Vf anIlcher." The 1. .-'tlfi!
S bowed, an e. I :'.ITEL' L CLCO.. Lt 7.' .' '.rrr*E. I ,C I,:'gai7.nt , Iv U0
d. Betty blushed. "If I weren't quite so pink and round It !li:e u :i-,, are well pictured in their
ck, what tempted you I might look something like her, but Sold at St. Arndrews Bay, Fla., at !r overb, "C, never shuts one door l;lt
she was pale-and sad. Somehow I am DR. MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE. oem twn." "Autumn days come
Miss Betty away from not sad. I don't know why, but I feel
Novelss" happy, wonderfully happy."' m a. -."'-. ;-. :,-y. ke the r : of
ew picture." Turning away from the mirror, she a oo" s poet vi;.
my excuse! Say we was just about to wrap herself in her PL R"' e ;O W uth Atl ht\r !s a sharp, t the sam
,.k looked anxiously, cloak when her sister entered the room, i m e th c ral way at the same
,.,.n ]-c ,.,.,, -.* ' ...... '., tii e, 'A i.;'in. orjght to be well made
ompanion. Miss Bet- carrying two narrow, white boxes. Bet- ,r..: .' ht to be well m,
Si,, . at first, f.r ier- s innny a one to spot?
erply. ty dropped her cloak, took the boxes, n : at f. i-, f I-l i s.-- in. y a o- to spo-1
aid she. And togeth- and, opening one of them, lifted out a ;4 . -. .,, 4i,, t afe ward." "-e slie> s I ...,
uvn the street. Ar- deep, rich red rose, fresh and fragrant, t ..,r., MATr: RU y,*vCarTFR. r. res.-nd O
gallery they huntede MThere i: 3 f't l InA n: RetDY, .' IC'i d, -we tnb4c,
gallery, they hunted proudly drooping its heavy head and There is n funalnttal difference be-
ed of picture. filling the room with its o(.lor Betty ex- Sold at St. Andrews Bay, Fla twec-n the English and the A L..'-rn:.au
were standing before amined the box, but there was no card. At Dr. iitcheIlIl'S rug Shtre. gar.den. 'he I' *:..ui,.:n:1 s garden is
nation. The painting Laying the rose upon the table and ;:- Call for freesarfmle. well nigh as essential as his house. It
m,. seated In the fore- turning to the other box, she lifted r -- is like an extra room to the i-.-i.nce.
was the figure of a from its depths a long stemmed, half Irts atle Lt is jfr 1ith family ratherr than for the
)wn. Her black hair blown pink rose, delicate and yet won- tl. public. It therefore works Itself inrt
arranged in soft, thick derfully sweet. This rose was also We offer for sale a strip from the the devetopi;ng couscio-sness of Ihi,!-
le- of her fair, pale without a card. south side of the north half of the dren, and garden love becomes as
I she held two roses, "How strange," murmured the girl, northwest quarter of section 10, town- much a part of the person as bo.-ik4
pink one. The trou- "that they should both have had the ship 4 south, range 14 west, running and furniture and music do. 'lie
f her face told of per- same idea"' from the school house to Watson bayou, American :.:, -.LD.u is likely to be :ill in
.n was to be solved, For a moment Betty stood silent. The aL.:iT i g Mill ile on the south. Will be the firom! yard. It I I; un v .f rho
uhld not be found. two roses lay upon the table. Suddenly soi in acre carter, or half-acre lots. look-at-ine kind.- It i, ii r it
.r haln-Is with delight, she heard her mother's voice calling to The pice ased be according to Wpublic i '. ,...i 1;-
tocatioo.. WI. A. E.MMONS & CO.
-'b.Lvv pIrfe.tly beau- her that it was time to start Wrapping public, : t .,, .:ic.. .i l. .-i.u I> U
Jack. isn't sLe--isn't her cloak about bhe, Betty turned and --- t 1:)i-i in .. ....I .i .. ..il.ij..-,
ran lightly down the stairs. A moment Enjoyed Ue l giipe. H. I ,;lk, in i....-'.e:, \,-.>,in,..
u smiled down upon later the sound of carriage wheels In Iis story of the life of Lord Strath- ,
:i.,l at his side. rumbled along the street. ctr;a Mr. Bekties Viilsoil tells an Irint d flinnt ,!L t.
I, but not perfect." But the roses? There was only one amusing anecdote of his lordship's ear- An Engiish nl,li Il ii .. nn-. I-n'.-
rose now lying upon the table, only ly days when as Donald Smith he en- ent at a churcli :.-'i'\ i-,. w .: a ,,ii i,-
rose now lying upon.the table, only Efit ment of the Hu t w a ,.1 .....
her eyes wide with one, but its heavy perfume filled the tored tie enmployinment of tb-e Hudson ton was annouut.e i f,,r',-ue. L 'rita i,,
whole room, and its heart glowed like a Blay company aL'i commenced to build object
inued the young man, great ruby. up tile riches which made him a peer The plate beru n to u rold. aidll the
Shave any trouble in milionaire, duke carefully pt!r 1,1-i lJnl Into) h's
he wannts for her hus- The Mosaic Flooring of the Desert. A fellow Scotchman who worked pocket and took n.ut a florin, whii-h be
The northern portion of the Colorado with Smith on the same station laid on the ed--,I t' lthe pow dc-.i: lie-
e im:n might be rich desert is paved with the most wonder- brought out a set of bagpipes on one fore him ready t.) Ic traasfe:.r.-d to the
an p)or. Don't you ful pebbles in the world, in many parts occasion, and when the Indians and plate.
A is mall and pale, so exquisitely laid as to defy success- i:.-;,-.. bhad gathered round he struck Beside him sat a little snob, vh,.
roe is a full blown ful imitation by the most skilled worker p "The Highland Laddie" or some noticing this action, imitated it by e.s.
rllvet red. in mosaic flooring. These pebbles are such air. The delight of the aborigines tentatiously laying a sovereign alng-
Sre made of porphyry, agates, cArnelian, was immense. Their faces lit up with side the ducal florin,
.iuld not hesitate for quartz, crystals, garnets, chrysolite rn.ture, a.nd with open mouths and This was too much for his .r ,.-. wio
shouldd nke the man and other such beautiful materials. :ars they drank in the sounds produced dipped his ihand into his p I.-r .guZilt
sn, r me n They are packed together so that the by the instrument. and lIulled uout another florinl, nw-i -h I

..able all her surface composed of thel is like a Afterward a. isassion arose at the laid by the side of the fr.-i. I he !r-
.. t eoue a.T floor, and they look as if pressed into e~lD-..,, c-try as to whether the tie snob followed suit by laying another
i-,tty .Ih*., 1 i1 a or, Ar ':. a ly "re is r- awere -cf Mtongolian or Ice soverein eiad te th flist.
but oor.. rrpyJ of ne, -.i n.iforn a --" ..- : one is la nic xt-ratlon His grn' .' Iilc'-!lY ndd led a third flor-
poi1 -ni bir 1'II'-"i a !f oif",! nu(d rub- ..-Ioots, mon, ye're a' wrang," broke in, which"n i.-iI'.1 ,y ,v thi 'l ..av,-.
a.is watching his com- be i-t of : --'a t p es, in the impatient piper. "Did ye no see ei n 'tl, I -it i .;' It- 1.;tl yin. Out
tty .launghed. anl-1 h, u-tei.C:-li: fi n t ,.n of ,he the ehiels this morning' whilst I was caine a f. i::. I .ri.] t, swlcl h.- duke's
i-. l:.erhaps you a su sl raysi is gorgeous; beyond deacrip- tw-irlin' th pipes? I've nae doot-nae donaliion. -:.. il.-: tI:-e lIll i Jlt tri-
lri comes Fran tio. Eauch cinv:; srLfce gives back doot ava-they've true hieland bluid in rilph;inil.v I. -.I t -lrp .-.-vrnigns at
S a ray of lIht, and tihe ground for their veIns." onceupon t,. ].:.r.I. -.s
.-ii- mans walked, miles seems as if literaHly paved with .______ du.'.. t I., 1.,:iten, produced
i-, try'ss side, and' gemgs: i lus the wi 'le r-urface of the rish Proverbs. three I,.o..,.
.', he turned to- plain is a cohnbint:'u of myriads of The proverbls of a nation are the dis- N. .Lt t'. :.. ,: il' pi.e r.
editors, each pebble being so highly tilled wit of generations of Its people, rived. '"h -tli. -ni t-..:.-: up his
ed be after a mo- polished TIar--iI4 i.kaei mirror, and it and the true wit of the race Is often- handful ,if < .-reiri ., anlul uli-.-atatious-
he Is in a fix, isn't is believed that the lakes of-te--e-art.L _s in proportion to the truth and ly rattle 1 th-em into-tihe plate. The
;rem; it's down to a mirage are prlodnced by this means., beaue y pr'veA, .- Et nations duke, wilh 'rirm -nra l1, put one florin
itre coor, it seems to The pebbles are polished by the looseI and few languages possess more lieafl- Ilit5T,-.i*r!-. nr q'r!?'.T T \ fiip thl re-
a sand whitih4s blown hither and thitherr: tiful sayings than the Irish. "The silent rn'ininii six hack into his Docket.- "'"
t,,i.i,:d Jack testily. ---

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