Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00230
 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: October 19, 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: VID00230
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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NO. 31.

-ou; Receiver, H. S. Chubb, Ga(TN
State-Governor, N. B. Broward; Sec-
retary, H. C. Crawford; Treasurer,
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, W.
H. Ellis; Comptroller. A. J. Croom;
Superintendent of Public Instruie-
tion, W. M. Holloway; Commission-
er of Agriculture, B. E. McLin.
State Senator, S. W. Clark, Blounts-
town. *
Washington County-Representative,
W. A. Bryan, Chipley; County Judge,
J. R. Wells; Clerk of Court, County
Clerk, Recorder of Deeds W. C
LackeT; Sheriff. C. 1. Allen-, Ve,-
nun; Deputy, C. H. Danford; Tax
Collector, Jno. R. Thompson, St.
Andrew; Treasurer, Louis H. Howell,
Vernon; Tax Assessor, J. W. Bowen.
Duiicani; County Superintendent, B.
IF. lainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Tbo-i
Collins. Vernon; County Commis-
sioners, B. F. Swindle, Vernon; A.
L. Harrill, Chipley; J. M. Portei,
Econtina; J. H. Wesley, Poiut Wash-
ington; Elton Singleton, Nixon.
St. Axndrevs---Justice of the l'eace,
,Ioln St irr.m :k; N lar e. V. A. Eui-
mons, A. H. Brake: Deputy Cleik,
circuit Court, \V. A. Euioiunsu;
Cahoul t directors, (. W. Surber, r.,
1. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis-
tress, Zadie H. Ware.
M.iIville -l' -rina.ster'. HIf nry 13B ,iis:
Constable, J. H. Daffin,
Pa rker-'Po,.st inat.-r and Notary PubliU,
S._ a. rUlker.
Caliiaway--Postmaster. M. N. Carlisl-'.
Sauuders-Postmaster. R. Peters.
Atlaitonu-Polstmaster, Andrew Allan.
Aul..r un-- l'.stuattr. S. W. Ander-
West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
Si 'feo,----Post master, James M. Murfee.
(Gay -L'o-tlI.1-trless, Mrs. I. Gay.
r, .ilipkius-Postnmaster, Emery Tomp-

Bayhe-ad-Postmaster, 0. C. Tompkins.
t.ook-lu.rLtnuu.-lter, J. J. Fowler.
V uIeall,--Il'o-utmIistress, Mrs. Dyer.

Calhoun County Cromanton-Postmas-
ter Frank W. Hoskins.,
Farnale-i'ou.--tuateur, W:. F. Wood-
The northern mails, via, Anderson,
Gay, Bay Head and Chipley departs
every day except Sunday at 3:00
o'clock a. m., arrives every day ex-
cept Sunday at 7:15 p. m.
I-:a-' l>;iy uia,l fo)r Harrison, Millville,
ir'iiu.iniu I l'arkor. l'iLtsl r,:rg. Cook,
"I. iidui'e a hn.id \\ ct:iippo l;nt e.s St.
1,.. "' ";'i .. g '- .' '- '--''u
,i ,. .tt 5: ;,i ,.'clock, arrives, nm inii
iest it "i 'c)t-k p.n In.

: : . . . .
-., ;'.' 4. . -. ;- .^ t.:i ex -.. S lI1r
.. a. n. i tev. C. L. Joyvier,'
pastor. .
It,-tnLdst Ei!piscopal-Church Wasti-
i ., i,, ave. and Chestnut st. Sunl.ay
school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday.
Jev 1. Coi nwayV, pastor.
.r.esbylterian-- Church corner Lo.Tail"
Ave. and Drake St. Rev. 0. C. Dol.
phy, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. Im. every -Sunliy, Johlu Stur-
tI .k, Snupt.
c.i iim., l c--Church corner \\-ym1n Lg
S ,". and lF.4-t,. St.

Parker Lodge No. 142
J'.< & A... .M
,.gular C onun111uii-
.- cations on the fir':t
j aind third Sattulday
I m in each month.
Viisiling Brothier
W. A. EMMoNS.Seir-tar v


Delput C'ir.uit Court Clerk and Notary
Pullii- fur thle State at Large; has
jiiris lictiou to adJinister oaths, take
atlidi vits, legalize acknlwledg-
niets. er., anywhere in Floridan.
Sp/,i.ial attention given to land con-
v'uvan.-:. and inarr,age (eremo'uy per-
frm-irivi fur l.iwfully qualifivid parties.
Ollie ItL the luoy Ottice, St. Andrews
l-Proanpt and carulhil attention givenn
to all matters submitted to m5 cure.
Attorney at Law,
Vernon, Fla.

N.itary Public for State at. large. Of
Slice at Store. corner of Loraine ave-
initae and Cincinnati st. All Notarial
v-_ruk sulicitedC -and given prompt, at-

Ph-iv, i.ii aud Itruggist. Conmierce St.,
eaisl of Bayvew., offers his profts-
sienal t-erl i'es to (Ie citizens of St.
Anlrtew.s ad il vicinity. Residence on
Buena Visia iav'nue.

lDR. .1. J. KESTElt,
-Homoeopathic ;Physcian and Accou-
cheur. (li(ire 'iou'er lDrug Store,

Noiratry Punlic for the State of Flor-
Ilta at Large. Office at Parker, Fla.
C-.,'veyn.;-ing and pay,.iat of taAs
f'r i, u-re.,dc..nl sp, 'cifltit s.

A Tenant For Ltte.
"Havr you boarded long at this
hnnse?" Iniqulred 'the new boarder of
the sour, dejected man sitting next to
him. .
"About ten years."
"I don't see how you can stand It.
Why hiuireL't you left long ago'?" ,
"No other place to go." said the
othif.r d(ishfally. "The 'laldli-u'y' my


,6 ll'ar a Year in Advance.

'ed S .t ::. 1'. af t St. AidreL ,
I ,as St .. j j 1 l-it I n Ia tL-r, under
If ,r Cui March 3. I7'.9.

| 1 I I'RP, JETO I.

Displal. ,v d. rate., 50c. per i r-ch per
niontlh. Position and exctrlioirdii4arv
condition rates subject to special
"'Local Dri ft." 'c per line, fit st inser'-
tion: 2t!e eich subsequent. Display
lucal,- dloutlh3 above rates.

If this parLi;..ra)mh is checked 1 ith a
bl, *I-.l;,r.-i;i, i ; .1 i, .-m;uILIer tl hat youIC
suhse, iptionl hase pirped and that two
ortbree extra n mbers will be entryr
you that no break marny occur hijould
\O1 chuu- t to r.-neI w.


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

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

Motto-,ood Cheer.
(-' ,,1 ,,':- Yi. 1 ... n 7 l \ ,;lte
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S .,I '.'. :-.. _. i r_ i ,,_u_- _

nie was tired of Toil of everything'.
Save loving those who needed all her
Hter heart, was like the golden heart of
When the white clouds sail above.

Autumnn of life and tears were hers,
and yet
She sang and loved and gladdened us-
the while,
N.)r storms nor snows could make her
once forget
Young April's radiant smile.

She was so weary, but we never guessed
How weery, till she smiled at setol
And whispered as she drifted into rest.
"My loving now is done."

"Tired of all save loving." Let this be
The liiuap1 inscribed where now she
Time shall not hide the words no.:
Thi' love'look of her eyes.
-Buffalo News.

Mrs. Mary L. lBradt, state .presi-
dent, wishes Floiiia Siun.-iini-,n to
know that she is te-established in
Jacksonville, whimie she will be p.as-
ed to receive i Judt reports from all
Snitshiners,. after her jploloingel ab-
Stn'ie flr')ni the ciiy.

n.\n enemy, to .l.-1uiilor say. : 1 have a
rooted dti.taste Im. i-minl tuwns--thie
great amiouut of gossip and malice (01
w which the f in ii tine eletpent is respon-
hibl.'. It -loes not soeim as if lite any-
wlihero cani be so narrow :ihat a, woni n
cannot find enough lo ocuatpy h.i)
timue and t hiu giit aud must needi
poke her noseinto the affairs of oth-
ci.. but theie can be no orher reason
for the li: lly curiosity and the real
malice women in small town dirpdlay.
Thliere ought to be a law to stop
slander. I am not 'so sure that it
would-not now respond to a proper
appeal. It surely would reap a harvest
of clprite; if it set out to stop the
lagging of tongues in places where
women cougregate. A very small
part of the wagging is innocent and
harmless, for reputations are picked
t3 pieces without a quiver of con-
science, and they are hard things to
repair, It is well for us that we know
nothing of the things malice saysof
uis, for knowledge would make us too"
i, n, '.- to make any efforts to refute
h,., t. -a iater never knew but
.mni mien. -;: ;f her sex who was per-
uistei.t enongh to trun every insitiu a-

tion to e li n whnd minake discorn.fi'e'l
pei sons eat their words. There canite
a time ,linii womi enu were actually
alUail to speak oft lier except in cuin-
plinontamntj tiins, maiy uofl themni
hal been fii ced to face btuiieo they
had tolM without lpuol. A few inoie
;ikt, her might work a refurim.

After tie darkest miduib ht
Tbo- 'a\%i again will eglow:
And after the bleakest winter.
Will spring-tide flowers blow.

uit w .would not, love the blonss.-os
If every oilth were M-.t:
An we we '.iu l -oi hL-t'1 I the -:unl". l t
i it werue'O r,\er dlay.

Though in gloom and sorrow walking,
Though our eyes be dim with tears,
If we took to the over-heaven,
Lo! a rainbow there appears.

And hope shines ever the brightest
For those who have known despair;
And the promise of rest seems sweetest
To those whothe burdens bear.
-S. A. Rutherford.


Co municatld.
A ple.i.-,Uit dinner party of eight
covers took place at the home ot Mr.
and Mrs. J. N. Forbes, at Croman-
ton on Friday, the 6th inst., in honor
of the fiftieth anniversary of their
wedding day.
A wealth of golden-rod and white
lillies formed t he decorations,
Mr. and MJrs. Forbes w re both
born in the state of New York, com-
ing here for Mr. Forbes' health.
They were among the first settlers inl
Cromanton-have spent twenty years
of their married lile in this genial
clime, believing that the stay here
has prolonged his days. And Satur-
day night, October 7, a merry compa-
ny of neighbors and frien'ls from far
and near surprised them; coming to
help them celebrate, and by words,
actions and gifts, showed the high
appreciation and honor in which the,
,'' held. -
An impressive ceremony was ,aidd
for them, although the bride insisted
vhat they were not divorced.
The evening passed pleasantly.
with music and visiting, tC e young
people gathering around the ham-
mock in the ard, playing games n
the light ot the moo'n--an:d 1- -'.ns
---and if the man in :lie u.0 heard
'he hammock groa I:g; perhaps he
won't tell,
Many were the dishess expressed
that they flight have ma:>y more an.
niversaries. Last, but not least, see-
tions of motto-hearts were passed,
which made some of the gentlemen
trouble in finding their partners for
supper; but when all had their hearts
patched satisfactori!y, the .sandwich-
es, cakes, coffe, pickles, salad, candies
and nuts came trooping in as desired.
And if tle bridegroom did I..; in an-
other direction to get his heart mend.
ed the bride made no complaint, she
seeming to be satisfied with other ar
Credit and thanks are due certain
friends, whose thoughtfnines and help
made this celebration a success; hop-
ing that Mr. and Mrs. Forbes may
live long, to enjoy their sunny home
on the shoie'of Spring Lake Bayou,

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(Co'p)ri ht., 1.">, by F. J. K. Adkin
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-Yes, yes. 1 'am perfectly willing to
'.iiori in., that you are hardwork-
ing, honorable and trustworthy. Surely
I lih; a <. 'd t':tt 1by taking yon so
'o:. plur'. :to y conl dLiece in husi-
ness matters, But that is not suffi-
clent. The man who marries my daugh-
ter must have shown some striLiiig
.vidence of business R.acumen before I
4;ve my c'..(..lt. Mr- Brampton,
)inker and (i iimond merchant, wiped
tis glhoes n.id sat back in the com-
or't (10 cjir of i; p .i' e office, dis-
.is .-. the -hole matter with a waive
>f li hanl.
*\ I ill!an t l, his l V -in'. u .I.li.fl -i e-i
tf!'y, al :o tr:Y I t fi),get the matter,
mn poar'rily. luit with les .ll.-r.-i.?
*He's swch self willed old a-'uilo-
e ;', .ie S 'h.e to ) iiita elf, "li a;t if lie-
-en't pDris'. t, ,tlw-vr I shonkld cai, hiot
su :.. i -:; n ol,1 tfoo ." Tlis i .i-.-fi,' *
n of t .-.'. v,, l.-ro..:-u by 1he on- .
*:\" o ;i 'ck v.with a 1 1]. oi tvook
'. "M' '. V ii''.j .N:!'r n HITirrin-'.,ou to
Y he "i s ,I don't ihhik'lie's a

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a we concluded the 1 ;i Mr.
rI -.r;:-t,:,il prom ised t, b.1-.n : i ,
aron id at noon, and I'll '.i,'-[ I ., ri..
check.' DBy the way, ittN e was a ri 11
in tie telephone boot i, I cim
through +' u '0r (oih e. : N;iQ, tnMu 1 *"
the matter?"
"Yes, the i ;i I : . ..
fnd for toPl, ..t'.y h -. i' ' '
artv wire."
-I l'- : p.> no de .. ... -
feeded with the busine-s ol tIe ,ly.f
Shortly) after noon IIn r'ii m ar' l
"Good morning," he <:.1,l I :'i.-t
that we can transact o"ur l
quickly, as my wife Is w;ii,' i, I
cab outside, and I am 'rath, .
for time." i
"Certainly; the check ',t rel,1
drawn out," answered tio ir.
"Ring up the bank, WilmaiOt -mt 0v
plhens,, and notify them th'i 0o Wil-
fred Norton Harriiugton tot Ing
round to cash my check." Ilot

t.'. utitfr o!'h.;c-. and p'it lot I
o .' a. He was aufr)ut i lot
.' L f'u-ho heard a voic:.'.ot h Ie'
'-i.MLnii t.-mJ as that of V.u .- a9
awS-'r in an office below, s i g:
"Is this Mr. Harrington?" e
"Yes." answered another vt'l
"Thought it was your vole,`> lfred"
Tust come from Fri'co?'

n hl: 0. O( y s., lhIo 'h I- t:Iin,:y h.'
hlmist a', thbe ,so, of t'it w 'r-;Ill"y u !d
oInurriugtol f F,''i n ''1,.0 "* i.o ,lle'1t
Sc ip of ni.iuthi i f') I h r 1 tht
I.,- y malnl n :ni., w -4 i' l ;11 I .,., r .' iln
ew Y i k. ReLid h ia ,i." h ;m,.,l,.] (11
he c'h'rk.
Tli, Itt.T r tr,,l .1.u ," -,llt;n It 1
u. it ,'d a t'; l. r i-A ;. r'-r .i .I- i :.
i l .'ut .r l .. i ii '. j it h, t i' ;i .]
l':l. 1,..; '! < v i t ,',,, ; '_ ,.- t u h i. fh ,li.1
i .-t -" i to il hi,,.
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'.i., ,d" u. .-, r I h a >' [mu:'. t-': I
No. &- i ittlt 1 *\ '!4. I In .' i ... 1
fair's prel .l ii 1 X 1. '. ', i- i l
,oking orvi- t.- i '.I. --i

Rbil tg -, 1 !!'I t c 'Ii I .t o i ,
Pearls. for i .ane: ., i;l. ".-t1 7 ias ni
suPerstitit.:Rs horror of. !- refistip
to weur tfheii 'ind it would 1'. ridicu-
lous to To' 1 $.!,n locked rm in the
!afe." 11- piu-c1d fyr a moment and
look fro. m t! ; .'- a, t i7 .1.:'- ,. '
a. g-rafitatl :"tiils. "li,'r 3Is a siring
of 175 pe''rit that I am i illir. to dis-
pose of."
The i*.r. .' two funt over 'him with
interest; thiey were i'.to 'i a han dso me
"I think I remember being iitac(
rhat your father was collectis',t these.
some five ye'a iago. I sent him a few,
an approval. I .,..4.," said Mr. l iniup-
ton, at last, jotting down a cnis-rva-
tive estimate of $-15,000o on a wrtifng
pad, which he diil ,~mm- in a dr
where his secretary could 0s i the 1g-
The latt'r ta')s it., ,nd wrote 0r),000
beneath, and reltIned It.
"I have as manny iarls naw *< I1
care to handle," the banker went on,
"but if you will put a price on these
I will see if we can make a deal."
"My wife ins; sts so -I' e.,t ,iln i fmy
disposing of thein. I. t I hare de filedd
to let them g ') at a price o ...':'.!.-:..i..-y
below their value. e .'"
The other t'wo men oa A :e1 at eonc
other. "It is not 1 iii.'-r to h de-f'
cided ..i'li.'. i," said M r. *.-, ..
"ib:t if you il iu t p f A t *
eri tiln, I .: ,we can (aco o to a i)
"igreoni i it".''

ovf];in ."
and (,..muIn

"Thlut his xcler" t rme ,i .:'., binky
.r e'ls the v-i r ro e "u. ',
TI soer t-se : u tvould like to tele-
gM'(1-ph tto ",I FreiLi-csco to r. .1" sure
theat verythin is' all rig -t,'" .11.1 Er-ic
wheno thi door was clo-'edl.
cid es. I'll w. re the Placii,. '1...i. ,as
a matter of form, but of coinrse hi-s
receiving me in his own u, i "1 :11 il
really aiuteient. Every i.:- know's
he's ought No. 8- Fifth a l ..' Mr.
Briampton wrote and dlip.itchi-..l the-
iessage yin .' .'sl' i t- ly..
A satisfactory reply arrived before
they left the office. Mr. I.riiintoin
had removed a considerable amount of
jewelry from that very bank to his
New York house about a f:ctunighit be-
"If I can conclude this pu: i-hase sat-
isfactorily it will mean a considerntile
turn over," said the banker ;a lie left
the office. "You lack rimal busi.'.es
instincts, Wilmanton, in being too cau-
tious. I know you didn't !il;h this
man's Appearance, and you would have
let the matter go, very like."
"I shall be anxious to li.,ir what
kind of an iilorritwiimding yon co der to
this evening," said Eric.

At 10 o'clock next lumjininug Mr.
Brampton arrived at the rice in an
excellent frame of mind. "1 have
bought the peartIs for e.?:i: .ii." le E1.1
as he hung up his hat. **Thos.' Hiar-
ringtons aru charmuli peoplmm. Of
course I was the only gu-.ut, ..' th.?y
are still in mourning."
"How did you like the :nidy of the
house?" asked Eric.
"BShm seemed a very tlne o4i,:n. biut
just a trifle conimma. I lt'ugi!t shlie
sp'-kg with e -piea li try f9,-,.( i!, i' r. m t,
but I may have been ht.u"'. ,, ir-
seemed very anxious- to g-u't .f hi -
earls, said they alwiyin .rg.." m fl
"ad luck or some such ,ry, h.-i ..-, ,iu u

As the girl pushed back her chair she
.turned, and with a glad thrill he recog-
tnised her--- Elizabtih: How often the
picture of that slender, almost faultless
'flin're.. the appealing eyes, the odd lit-.
tie touch of hauteur in the expressive
face, had been In his mind during the
pasttdreary mourji,. If only she had
:i,' ru him a chance to explain, now,
by the force of his love, grown strong
thr.uiinch months of hunger, he would
compel her to listen. Perhaps' she
would ignore that foolish misunder-
-:t:itl'ling after these two long years.
SShe was very near now-in another
niomrnotirt she must pass him. He rose,
and his face was very bright and eager
as he stood, tall and miraight. beside
his chair. On she came, pausing a mo-
ment at rh- table next to his own.
N,", she wals so close he could have
touched hrr, "and his heart throbbed
paki-fully. Then slowly, d(elillerarely,
coolly, without a gltut'e. she passed
bhim, her soft white draperies traillag
gr. -i'ull down the long room.
Outside in the corridor little Billy
Preston hurried past her, his fat, good
na iured face a,,''w.
"See Bobby WboQniff:-" he panted.
,,, I,,,-' ain ther---n.me's on tbo
:. -:-- r in roon'.-uirst have 'e:r'o
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Si' evoen wout to).' '. ext,;'ta cf l'ct(;
in tLhe visitor's hat and cane.
M:'. Bramnptoh muaticod tiie alteratiun
in ihs nianne'. "I. see yout Oaliioe i of
1i. {Hariigtona.bas altenored now," he
paid prcseun!y.
'I -',*:, i judgment for half an
hour," laughed Eriec enigmatically.
Some ten rainntes later the door flew
open and in rushed tHarringtou No. 2,
aecocutpaniad by Walters, the lawyer,
from downstairs.
In the scene that ensued the principal
actors had the stage to them-selves, ex-
cept when the lawyer was called upon,
while Eric sat back and enjoyed the ex-
iT'n -t the rightful owner of the gete-
*raved at ti,'ir loss, but was pacified
when he found them intact; esrna the
banker realized that he was $35,,'iei ouit .
of pocket and gave way'to his fel,.]iiig-
"Can't you do something instead of
sitting there like a fool?" he shouted.
"Telephone tp the police to watch every
railroad station and dock:"
"I don't think that's necessary," an-
swered Eric quietly. "Hlie anudhis wife,
too, I hope, are already in their cells.
Let's get a cab and go there. Perhaps
Mr. Harringtdn can identify them."
In less than an hou4r Mr. Brampton
was once more In his uli..-- chair.
"Well, I can see you've pulled this
matter off pretty well, my boy," he
said, wiping the perspiration from his
foreheca. ".,-, .v tell me how it hap-
ir,.-:,. and what it all means."
"It w ai sim ple ,',. i :'!i ,r' ',.
r ;i. .,.. ; .n t n .' ,' i

-- -- .. a .. .
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v.o .I -o .. ,.I.
fo. r il n : l. ,- in i t;' ,
w '., -- i- i i 0 .1 .' Mirs.
H ri. a .t r. 1 ,. .. i ro
lull su.-p.-'.* u :- -- i !: : the
conv ,rh -; i -... r i!'- i' 'u., i.u an il
1call uptl the I-ank to nhave bu-ia ar-
I',.t "d V;,Iie the' y ,, t there, ill 0"4- '
to Avoid the ft ss oh det a iuig hir her-e
io he' pol0 ni1rive1 ''
r ol, yoi. t.s > s" v I mli e .i,'>,000," ,
;4;2L:' 1'n 1 Mr. 'raimt'ii.oi ,
"~ youe 3 !- i th;t as :i stc

Ii2' 1f ib;' "!; t' e (' 0u1'(

".'i ivy, y--s i' .I '. ,i t is I give in,
aOi i i' 'D ..1. w- u I th .r"1 "' i.".

tan]on t5h!' l(;' ; w-o )>y a .,arl -
of pearls: -

f 0

t (,'o t h 1i- .- i o 14 n h. i. J re

it !,ohis the imner r uor at the ocean
House. Insicie' the spaeioums di$,in0g
; B

windowss the light cumttains .-ay,.
gently in the ocean' breeze

A burst of infectious laughter came

-..mm a gay part- by one a' the win-
amused i. rest. Something I-.a guely

who sat with her back to hi--rouseda
a ournine.' desire to see her face, but
some one was between them.

Just then the little party rose to go.
'i ate" in He rwa consumed w{th

The little g.-r'',' rentxed. "She wasn't
worth i," oxesl<.inr.Ul one girl indi'
"Poor chap," said Billy thoughtfully.
his fat faie-1 unusually solemn.
"You must ndmit, tho,.,.hi. ih'-it It did
look queer," said another judicially.
The strains of a twostep flo.;t-'.l in-
-Itirgly itlr-'.s:;i the windows. "Coaim
nn." called a couple from the. do'rwayt.
And with much l i'blhln; 8,iiuiit r.il
of partners the littl group joined the
dancers inside.
'lio~nr they were alone, the girl in
the shadow leaned for'., a I slightly.
'Tbh.- were r'.g' s'I- was )not
wrr,nhy of It," she said bitterly, "biit
perhaps she ,uifflrr-l too."
W -.druff Finopd '1 in his walk up and
down the veranda. '"Then why didn't
she answer his letters--make some
sign?"' he asked grmnily.
P,-rh-i,.ps she. the girl, was too n:',-'1 i
at first, and Inflnunced by otrh rn.. and.
It might have h-on-that--aft, -.1' il--
she was afraid--he didn't care."
'B-t if she eared -r"Id,'t sheab" t
least have -i";: '': to him-have i'-. :
him a c:anc.--,';:'in she did see himn'"
he wont on rfeb -nt rasly.
The girl In the shadow rose and
L, m. ,,m. ',,-V :r.J v't'h -.Nixl -) :ii -;3s

,,- O-'. I-. r-- I n- :-,":1 lilm-- niilnihng!"
lie g .t;i -" p ';. 1 i4 ijmi ,3",y.
1TL i...m. u' L:l'I tl i's lit p -- .very-
b ,ly 1 I .,,; -in l!il1 ar t ll,,', ,.% --nihl.,i.
W ith .. ...i ,' of' 1 o nri-'h'-". 'i.m

8oo tit 'v .,-. :,.h .i t \V' ...:n'uff, thuat
t-;,i -: .L....1 i I '. l:t, .- i :i: ig ;'h.i '
t o l;iI "- i.' i l- i' q, 1 1", 1!1i t: b^ Ihiaj
be isen i .-ir ,oi.l 5!1;,,- h id u li l:n.win.
Hfe I -.I i ,-,:ii 1 a_ -.t. l E. s -UJ '. tl,
throb I' I ,' 't v :.A:I l' ':-U,
fore L. I -.. -Il i i I.-r *-.-.:: n aig
1 : 1 r ': li, : -! r.,L.(.*Ii i'.m
cr '..- I m ,I .1'4. he I.,illUb h,1 joi.y-
,.-t 1 i- ;.2- , ..- ;,' :",' t'il ut If tj:t ,,hi
m*h.ml-" ti *,'- o i. ti, i.441 b .I i l--h e
.,r. L' .... .'.:. -i. . ,m ni ih ? m' '. ,i>i-'
i..rn, 1 r E,.'. ,.|u L .. M '..; \0 'rtl:
"t !. I.'. I ',' l!'i }l ," ]- lo'o l I'. thot gig '."'
a i I I I ,r l ..; I li l... riU
"I am so giad 'to see you," she said,
with a tremulous litl-. ;irin,'ii, trying to
peakck sti-.:liy. Her dark eyes were
l'it l of tender li,'r-t
P-nt tIh're was no answering smile
)>:i. (ti stfii'u face above her.u' "MTl
-Ymii.li.Zt^lOi is very kind," hlie 'sal.]
court' oi. sl'.l and b,..Vlrin.L gin rc ly.
lLw' facie was very white as she
turni-d proudly aside. She had liv -J.
in th:; lhope of his coming and be had
come-I a"d dUd riot care.
Iatr in trl., evening, so late that the
loig cffer;r., chapcrons had already
berguin to Is l-to ;..,,nLiii:;- signals to their
unhlcding culrges, ..liII- 4ii.h'",i a
wait::; with Miss W.-n th!in'i.amn. His
-m pi.iitiiO ht; been singularly sil,-iit.
"o mI t.ak d-..oe up." he said anx
iousi-. "I' ioe out on the porch, whl.r,.
W..' ;:i und the rest of the crowd
"(h. i no -I"C- l'he c.inmm rened in a'
-(..', [ladi<]ng voice, then stopped anti
v I ;i:,l -it-ide hlu with gentle dignity.
Biy.'," drw er it chair within thie
l'r;-ei.t'i-" it'- 'i anld hT e leaned grate-
fuIly b-r:ik iin hit-r sliv'mowy corner. The
nt:.4r of vi ;- came softly froinm the
di l-tmu-e-,; bl]-\,-" ulhum was the mulled
becat!.ig ofi .i)m c trf at.;Iinrst the rooks;
an punm-i'.uai Mp-ll of silence lay upon
the little g:'. p.
"W \\ .drul, tell u',- a story," said Billy

.. .".. ".Aout South Anm-rica"--
"A l ;. :i lc!.>r --"' No, a love story,"
(h :i ;in.md the others. The ri;rl in the
Q.'irnE- y (ornEri-' said >'hi, ii.'., but
Woo'i (Ii'nt" ('y"'s turtiind to her for .rin
1brif i st :,i t i I. a .,"
t> i '' i,. y there

-. i , l t o,. "f- y 1 'j. i,' id

th w. .ly t
4 . -I h er. i . -j . i. ll- ..r ,

'- r .l ,i'i I ,, I_ .1 1 1, ll-- 1;1 1i, < .
i- wai i h sort of a il .i, und
hadn't niupch iv to it-, i,.t ni lhe
buys. Tie iuse to ..,,-!' by tiii]m ..! i r -it
smoke in the '.;....,'.i t !''..u w iy it
was sitting lhtere in the mjiJmiight that
made me think of him.
"Wrell, ,.,:. :hi he told mue bi- stOiy.
He had-been in love with a girl In -
Brazil. we will say. 'To hear him rave
about her you would think she was the
only woman itu the world. lie thought
she i,'.J hin--she said she did-but
they were not formally engaged be-
causae, while she was wealthy, he had
only his profession. One day, when
atlairu- were at this stage, he received
two letters, one from a syndicate of,
wealthy men ,ifi'i-rling him an oppor-
tunity that meant an assured future,
the other from the widow of an old
friend., a-klinhg for an Interview, and
saying that she would be at his office
that afternoon. She came and told her
stbry. .-uI haid two little -hildren and
it seenis they were. pretty badly off.
"Well, this fellow was so overjoyed
at his own good fourti,.- -iri.ii--.- now
he could marry the girl that he prom-
ised to do what h<' could finmr the poor
Vwonan. At that bshe had boon hal-ing
at pretty hard time, yon must remember
-she broke down completely, ftll on
bher knees anid ll. I;,I.l him, and all
that. Of coIrse, tie fellow was pretty
well emibarrassed and tried to lift her
up a;Litn,. and just as they were .:n tle'
midst of It the door .ii,,i'.'du and .w.ho
should walk hi but the g... and her
aunt." .
He paused. There was a litth 'tense
sound from the shadowy corner. The
others waited wirl earotlhh-s Irte rest.
"Wrell. go on. What bulmf,, n,", then?"
asked BilTy eagerly.
Woodraff rose and pushed back his
chaIr sharply. "That wns all," he con-
tinued -l,'.ivly, ".*-O wouldn't hear his
explanation. Ilr left wii-.out -*',.*1
her. Hle took it pretty thir'l Y.mii -.
she hnd tilled his life s completeey
that when she went there wasn't much

for Your Protection
we1 plme' this l.al.'l on every
,jack;;eo of Scott'H Emulsion.
The tanwi'th' ilshon lhis back
Ii our trade-mark, anm ILt It a
guarantee that Scott's Emul-
sion will do all tl;hat 6i claimed
for It, Notlhinig twtter for lunit,
throat or Ilranmc]il-,i troubles In
infant or Adult. zcort'04 I,'mul-
on,( 1-4i ie1 of ih':.- ptrelatest flecb-
1 i!til-:r. known to the mOedcal

14'1 alnd you a ample/* flre




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'.*:v', ].iL u'.-i oth bunds Impulsively.
S he :'. very p:il,. but the dark eyes
v. \"- )til of Ia ; 'iv-, tender light.
1,' :i ,.e ,0 lid not see him," she
v .,[***.,d truinulously.
TI.- tv-o.-. p crasilshed to ': triumphant
:! :,rnl Iil!y. more breathless thai
,',-o. ri ,r-d sh;orti.mghtedly into the
jt( di'i L lin's o ltrde.
*V 1 It, % usi.ed it," he panted.,
n.,., i>:>i> Iii r....y face energetically.
1" t 'v *';f','t rnisim 1,Why didn't

I 'r "i ti) i cu's the man in
S. .. '" laughed Robert Wood-
rili'i' )liinin.1]utf Vy. ...

',*: I M-,' l i i.n- ia i a Ift.
ri ,. ,itir i onid turtles. A hunt-
- -T ,., .. '.- I s, lort: "We' suddenly
'. ... L ,ii' ira' t r,'oc,?.!:le about a
,"- i"' ,t-h'", ("itil.. ;'ulc- )p (in the hank.
'"ilt ii i'.tuti oimen, not more than
t, \.-; y. its fromnii u. It started to
" '" v. tut I ii"d itwo shot as
; '.i I a c g.-t t in) off, the
i;r ,.r ) i' hi lith nrd the second In-
o i, i I I. it tied It hboad. That
1I '1 I1 it '.1',- nij J lV i.ld it never got
iil., thfe water. T'l.-next day we found
aniij I:" cro- .. "., and In.y fr!eud got
it n-i above the hI.l,.udr. This wag
not I .' I to) stop it, bnt we !:h fired
as it was getting ii') lthe afterr and
onye bi'lot Ili i il flmifot of 1tie quar-
er,. They soliutines came up again
when v w,"iunh-d, so' we waited about
twenty minutes, and then looking
about I .:.ai! it l. i- on its back at the
b:->t'o ; ',l iho :ml.>a It l j.Iid l d.lada
in \i,, -. \e" gt hold of ILe ecud of
the tai and i-'illl. It ashore. We gave
It twlj mori-' sli,.ts, oue in tie ileck and
the oi-wr in the minldle of the back,
and it lhoui.itill had vitality enough
to biti a pt:uidle in two, though the
lIcg wcre jpraly .eIl and it could not

Dlia gnoseld Ier Case.
A filoilu .Amnerican physician wal
:!tl'.L :*,-.. to the i.-'-1.-- m of an elderly
.n .. date of ]i-itrhguidl'hed name
-. i-. in any millions and who Is one of
Ihe I:-..,1r-, of .\in'rlucan society. The
physician examined her carefully.
1] ... he, said:
"You must get up every morning at
6 o'clock. Take for breakfast a c'ip of
weak Ita and two pieces of dry toast.
From 9 t,) 11 exert-ie, either walking
or p- 'iz o.r dusting. At noon
hlnch oi, a i.-'- uf '*old meant, filtered,
S i...'.i r, and .'ale bread. Don't
',, ';, ',, t Lm- ial' I', 'lllon; t-ex r''ie t 'gq* .U
,-4 .. .nrro.reu ;re' i a[

i ;i N tr',-t.iil, Iln ,nd toast; nd
* .,'' i :, i .'!i:'-s ,11.t social dissipation
,' .n," in 6't ."
i in,-i :. the grnmde dame flashed
.; \ :i i< i s:!h l"
"l',t, ,.1...t--, d ,o U y. ou omprebend my
l t,.- l'.'; I voln kno.-I who I arn?"
"I'Iri '..t l'y. nuldai.i." answered the
pi1i.- '-:tin. '"ou are an old woman
*.i ii a 0woL stomach."o- New York

Where Bird Seeds Come Prom.
\V'ht we 'call "canary seed" Is the
-.'iLJ of a kind of grass, and all of it
used iu this country is imported from
Athli,...;:h the plant that produces the
rape seed supplied to canaries ib grown
in the United States to some extent
fc.r fodder, all of this kind otfeed re-
quired for the f ,-ling of cage birds 1sr
Rape seed corne tumainly frenm Abys-
Niii.t i.ii] India, where the plant that
produces it Is cUltivated for oil and
also used as a condiment.
IHemp Reed, likewise fed to cage
ilild-. is produced quite luIrrely In Mis-
son rl a d adjacent states.

The Titnbbrella.
Ai umbrella is a -littac' -;iaie." Cot-
grave in 1611 defined an umbrellao" as
"a fashionn of) round and l.'oad funin,
wherwith the i ;: .i-us (:iid fr m thean
our great ones) preserve tlihe'selves
from the boat of a ,imurcliln sunneC."
To Ben J"onpn nn-i1 Bnauni'o;it and
Fletcher 1;i, km- ,,- ('m "!rnbr,.!;;i" was
a sunsi J.i-. Ai-imr Ii ig to Flo;':o (159f .)
nn iiidri'mila wis "'a Ii fl roun'1 thing
iLhJ if w> il ti birn In. tbelr hands to
shadow thmrn: nl-. a blroamlbrlmd hat
to keep Toff In,-a .,):,1 r:yne; also, a kind
of riouiindi t!irg like a round skreeno
that : *','l, r a '. i Itialy in time of
sanniom r

rf^y A

bT. ANDRE'W, FLA., OC 1 III), .


A. j

.A H

IThle At r. 1'arpionti asi rived rr iri Mn-
Lile Mionday morunling with- an im-
Mnei.-e load of eight for St. Andrew,
.illvillo and the other points along
T'<'r Tyotte.
The schr. Lm'y H. came 6,ack
runm other fishln;, cruise, Monday, and
iepurtod only miilor;>ate succei s.


W. F. Woop.n POeCron
T'ttt1 in splendid condition to take ex-
eu tielw- or a .,as, n.t to any poil 01 o..

ris reali-

S iIj 1 ,01:rl t t o i 'er nill Ferry
britpei Fatindale and Allanton. on Fast
4as nrid will deliver freight of every de-
ieripi on, iieludiiig live stock to any
point on St. Androws Bay. For pirticu-.
irs, address W. F. WooDrosD, Farm-
dalep. Fla.

Makes regular tritis between St. An-
(trews B.,y and Pevnsacol. Good passeu-
ger accommod tiou paid to liaidliiig Hnuid carrying freight
at reasonable rates. For particulars ad-
dreys, .CAPT. S. W. ANI)ERSO,
Ander-on, Fla

Equipped With Two Gasoline Engines,
ieavest. Alrdrtwe Hliy every Monday
leaven Pe-snaiicia every Thursday
Vweatiper pelt 4ilt i ). jpecm;l atteil
tion %ill lie given to receiving atid
torwa rding freig lit for nartieswliving on.
Ea3t and North Bfay, 2'asse gers for
points on either it-m of the Bay caiin
depeird dpon s c cnrit prompt, t rans-
Itori(ttlo-rn at reasonable rates. 'as-
tengergs e ncomhi datione go d. Express
and Railroad Freig lt speci.lties. For
irtliher ikf-.rniation apply to
L. M. W,-Vic. Gen. Manager.

NA. PfiTiA i.AUSN.C,
CA riles (tile East Bay MAil between St.
Andiewe BHay, W~\elappo and iiitermedi-
te poiiit .e.ives St. Andrews daily
except Suniilav) al :0(i( a. in.; arrive a't
Ve|-l p.. H I .'p:;0 n.; lea ve Wetappo
S1: "ili i,.: 1 ii t .'-I. Aiidilrew at
n n. itii I:- ,llnu i.' nl- t t
H, i.,. (P. ino i.i,, .irker, Nittas-
.nI , ,I ,l l"., .I,1, rnI,.;.h landed at.
S pn ,..f.Ih.'l.- ~ .arf. For pair enger and
freighlit rites, see rate card in thlie sev.

F. A. WulrniEil.T.. Mn

A Weclc's VeatHCer.
fihe filhm ii-r table cives the maxi-
1i1n1m, minimum and mean tumpera-
tulres, the raiiifall and direction of the
iiind, for tle twenty-four hours ending
at 7 o'clock p inm., as it-dicated by U. S.
government self-registering thermom-i
eters. M\ax:Min. Meari.'lUn. \V'd.
October 11 7h GI 69 .00 n
12 68 42 55 .00 nw
13 75 41 58 .00 e
'" 15 83 58 '71 .00 e
15 78 d4 71 .90 no
16 81 62 71 .00 n
S 17 83 63 73 .11 w
i'orwek.. 78 I 56 67 I 1 .01 i

The Presbyterian. Sunday school be-
in. nnlied wth tlithat of the M. E.
church, a union scholmol will be conduct-
td every Sunday morning at 10 o'clook
iu the M. E, church.
Prayer meeting every Thursday eve-
ning at 8 o'clock in he M, E. clihurch.
Ev.ervb.id3 ij cordialiv invited to all
of those services.

('liDmny.v, c principles were alnmii ulnku')ownl to thi,
ancien'tsg being used only in the large
baths, where great quantities of hot

water were needed,. (Lhaling dishes,
briaiers of gjo' ig coals i;ial hoalcs
Of hot watloer were employed by th-,
'.adios of the middle age's to keep their
0,o ,nis r.ti'tnl, and 1a curious picture is
.'y:int ,f tlr'. Norrman ladies chnt-
tl.uc lfjg-.lh... L ,t{-hli rith a botli tle of
ht. w.at,.r Jhi'-J between I.er ft'(t.
'htunne.t, are bijit-rvI]I to have 1.epu uln-
"l.u wu In Eg:I'Utd uutil the twelfth
ceutiry, but by,;the end of the four-
tetlih were generally employed iu do-
Laestic nrcliit.-eture. For a long time
there was a chimney tax all. over Eug-
land.--London News.
Full of Tragic Meaning.
f*re these lines from J. H. Simmons, of
Cnaoy, la. Think what might hive re-
salted from the terrible cough if he had
not taken the medicine about which he
writes: "I ba4 a fearful cough that dis-
turbed my night's rest. L tried every
thing, but nothing would relieve it, un-
til I took Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds, which
completely cured me." Instantly re-
lieves and permanently cures all thhoat
and lung diseases; prevents grip and
pneumonia. At A. H. Brake's store;
guaranteed: 50c and $1; Trial bottle
Aleohooll Drink From Rice.
The alcoholic drink used in the prov-'
ince o0 Cheof:.ng, In China, is made
from fermented rfic. Pern entatton *Is
Induced by the addition of cakes made
ef wheat mneal. An examination of
those cakes sbows that the particles of
wheat are penetrated through and
through by the mycella of various
ftagl. Rome seven or more different
species were found. These fungi grow
on the moistened rice, fermentation
follows, and a yellow lquid with an
agreeable odor is produced.
* - a-


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
-Parker lodge No. 142 F. & A. M. will
meet in regular communication next
Saturday at 2.00 o'clock p. m. Visiting
Masons in good standing are invited
to pal ticipate.
-Prof. J. C. Lipes, St. Andrew's
well-known former citizen, has been
placed in nomination for assemblyman
from the Fourth Assembly District of
Brooklyn, N, Y by the Socialist party
of that city.
-Wizard Ink Tablets, Price, per
box 10cts. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten ounces splen-
did ink. Economical permanent; abso-
lutely indellible, covenient, non-colro-
sive. At, the Buoy office
-Sick headache is caused by a disor-
dered condition of the stomach and is
quickly cured by Chamberlain's Stom-
a and Liver Tablets. For sale by L.
M Ware, St. Andrew and Bayhead
-*nl all medium' diraiir -
--You never-ave aud may never again
have an opportunity to get so fine a
fountain pen for so little money as you
can now by complying with the condi-
tions of the coupon to be found else-
whete on this page.
-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
-Every man owes it to himself and
his family to master a trade or profes-
sion. Read the display advertisement
of the six Morse Schools of Telegraphy,
in this issue and learn how easily a
young man or lady may learn telegra-
phy and be assured a Position.
-The mercantile business of W. H.
Parker & Co., at Parker is offered, for
sale. If reasons are wanted for the
change, Mr. Parker says he has too
many irons in the fire. For particulars,
call at the store o.- address W. H. Par-
ker, Parker, Fla.
-At the home of the brid's parents,
a short distance northeast of Parker, on
the 12th inst. Mr. E. L. Bush and Miss
Jessie I Fox were joined in marriage,
W. H. Parker officiating. Thus two of
Parker's most popular young people
start on life's journey amid the con-
gratulations of hosts of fricn-s and
-The Chipley Banner says that
trains are running regularly from
Chipley sto Blue Pond, fiAve miles south
of Chipley on the B., C, & St. A. rail-
road and that grading i progressing at
several elace-s along tieo Iciq betwet
there and NortiI Bay Firm others
sources it is reported that tho contracts
are all let to Columbus, Ga.. artd that
work will progress simultaneously all
alone the line.
-If you use whisky or other distilled
spirits for medicinal purposes or as a
beverage, you should order from the'
Casper Company, 952 Casper Building,
Winston-Salem, N. C., whose ad ap-
peats elsewhere in the Buoy. Tife Cas-
per Company claims to be the lowest
priced, and largest mail-order whiskey
house in the South and guarantees ev-
ery drop of liquor that leaves their es-
tablishment to be absolutely pure and
free from headache or other injurious
-A recent investigation has brought
out the fact that there were cases of
yellow ever in New Orleans as early in
the present year as the 26th day of May
and the health officer's of that city in-
humanly kept the fact concealed and
permitted an excursion of five hundred
people from Pensacola to visit them
and circulate all through the city.
The consequences a'e known to the
world and call for the severest punish-
ment of the parties responsible for the
inhuman outrage.
niH.;ueei uu. in ..,* J-itor.
Soon li after arriving in London Justlin
McCurthy Cbtuietil an Ilti'.roetl('htion to
an e i;tor who hadi started what was

then tlo uo t''i i'e.it:ele (. f publ.shittti
sl to t o-t ii; 'il ;i',V; !Y fe'rs(! .,. ',Z. -11 -
Cua ;'t.y wrote a st.y far him iand sent
it i)!. A ft,'. s iter he Cailed it t'-,:
ota<'e to eia'-;t its 1'' te.
"I hop' yo cian spe? your way to ac
cept It," lie s !,l t'n' il y.""
r'is an. iiu:ly fliore like It," replied
-he e.; o, '.
Noa, ing o e was h:'.nlu of 2Mr. Me-
:arith; fr sLsever'l months. V'hen he
'vi,'.t .:ilyi iut in ant apearau;e:- t the
l-'I f'" b;'a.! a largo parcel with hlhm.
"W'i;:: hv,- yn)f got there?" asked
- the t::;.;), seeing him uul,-- the coru.
"i's.we a0re t J sixty stories you
takel Inm to write," nuswered.l his vis-
,tor. The t.l.itor gvasiped, for breath.
"ul* t I di,lj't ask you to write any
.hi- Ig 1 e thl.at rriu.ber"' be said.
"You expc'e.asei your willingness to
accei qit s-xy stal-...; .:i;;.c' t. on-u I wrote
tn q...Jr val, and here they are. I
merelyy took, you at your word," quoth
!he young -ir rishman. The stories were
uot refused.

A Wooden Actor.
When Morrirlt had the Hfymnarket
theniter Jerrtod Iad occasioU one dazi
:o field ftault with the strength; ,or,
rather, the want of strength, of the
*onWpany. Morris expostulated and
'aid: "Wh'y, there Is V. He was bred
-n these boards!" "lie looks aw
though the had been cut out of them,"
replied Jerrold.
New Cure for Canovr,
All surface cancers are now known to
be curable, byBucklen's Arnica Salve,
Jas. Walters, of Duffield Va., writes:
"I had a cancer on my lip for years,
that seemed incurable, till Bucklen's
Arnica Solve healed it, and now it is
perfectly well." Guaranteed cure for
cuts and burns 25o. at A. El. Brake'


While, probably, greater interest
was taken in the election of Tuesdlay,
last than of any election ever hold in
St. Andrewv, it passed off in a most
quiet and -orderly manner-it could
hardly have been otherwise, with the
sentiment entirely in one direction.
Several voters were 6ut ot town; but
every one who could get here, came,
and stood nobly by the interests of.
St. Andrewm Bay.
While St. Andrew may not re-
ceive a .naj)ority to ),,cate the site
here, time will pio ve that the judg-
ment ofl its people was correct.
Oar good friends at Vor.ion and
Chipley must not inler trom the vote
that any ill-will was or is entertained
against the inhabitants of either of
their places; neither in there'against
anly other point in the race.
St. Andrew simply took its place
in the contest upon its own merits
and voted as conscience dictated for
the best interests of all.
Practically, n1 electioneering was
donc'-but if this e!eetion fails to lo-
cate a site, as is likely,-it may be de-
pended upon that bSt. Andrew will
present its claims in a more emphatic
manner than it has this time.
Following is the vote of St. An-
drew and Millville, the only two pre-
cincts from which returns have been
St. Andrew cast 65 votes of which
St. Aiidrew ioceived 60; Venon re-
ceiv6d 3, and Chipley 1 vote. One
St. Andrew vote was thrown out be-
caust of the X being marked on the
wrong side of the ballot.
Millville cast 49 votes, of which
St. Andrew received 8; Chipley re-
ceived 17 and Vernon, 14 "votes.
Thoel uoy expects to publish the
full return'k next week.

RIngs at W eddings.
There is a popular Idea that a ring
made of gold is the only one that can
be legally used in a wedding ceremony.
That is, however, a fallacy. Any and
every kind of ring may be used, and,
though gold ones are customary, there
Is no reason whatever why silver or
any commoner metal should not be
called into requisition. Numerous In-
5taincs are onB ',ord of runaway mar-
riages In which a brass ring has play'
ed the hif Impir-nnt pnrL and'thbe I.'glna
ity of the cerom ony fins never beeh
questioned. Iir some cases a piece of
hurriedly tied string has answered the
same purpose, as have also circles cut
out of card or paper. In not a few
weddings where consternation has
reigned on the discovery that the ring
has been forgottefi a door key has been
used instead or a hastily severed link
of a silver chain. It Is only required
that a ring be used, but of what nature
It is not stipulated.-Landon Answers.

Preparing ler "the 'Wedding..
"I suppose," said the facetious stran-
ger. watching a workman spread a
carpet from the church door to the
curb. "t lint's the highroad to heaven
you're fixing there."
"No," replied the man; "this Is mere-
ly a bridal path."-Philadelphia Press.
A lttl.e AmTiluTns..
"Beg. pardon," snid the missionary.
"but will you translate his majesty's
remarks again? Did he tell his daugh-
ter that he was to have gifests to din
ner or for dinner?"
Over-Work Weakens
Your* Kidneys.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
-_ biR The kidneys are your
% 17P blood purifiers, they fil-
Ster out the waste or
S impurities in the blood.

If they are sick or out
of order, they fail to do
their work.
Pains, aches and rheu-
matism come from ex-
cess of uric acid in the
kie t blood, due to neglected
kidney trouble.
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidney-
poisoned bloodblood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin-
ning in kidney trouble.
If you are sick'you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
SwamVp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized. It stands the highest for its
vonderful cures of the most distressing cases
and is sold on its merits IP-
by all druggists in fifty- too.
-ent and one-dollar siz- u m
as. You may have a fi' gosa
-ample bottle by mail Home of Swamp-Root.
Free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
)ut if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
k Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Don't make any mistake, but remem-
ber the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil-
mnr's Swamp-Root, and the address,
Bincghamton, N. Y,, on every bottle.

Insomnia and Indigestion Cured.
"Last year 1 had a very severe attack
of indigestion. I could not sleep at night
anid suffered most excruciating pains for
three hours after each meal. I was trou-
bled this way for about three months
when I used Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets, and -received imme-
diate relief," says John Dixon. Tulla-
more, Ontario, Canada. For sale by L. M.
Ware, St. Andrew and Bayhead and all
med ioiae deaelr.

An Aborhyinal nDtveliUin a nd a we.t
0r.t L lixivitIna uiDs]%.
An explorer in the wilds of northern
A.ustralia writes: '\\iilic at work one
c.it Mi. UHingstoii found an aboriginal
dw:iiiius witch rt-ialedL evidencts of
architectural dostgn seldom displayed
by Australian abuor.gines. It was evi--
ricutly a main camlupiing depot, oval in
shape, about ixteeu feet long and four-
teeit feet high. It was built of layers
of straw iLt'-rnixed with a good stiff
clay. Small opl.uags as windows were
numerous all round the sides. Th'
door was the only drawback. This
wVas a mere .1u1nitw hole about one foot
fromi the ground, and one was com-
plcled to crawl in on all fours to enter
this. primitive type of mansion. When
Nwe cleared tLe river we anchored at
Maria island. Seeing some of the
h. i acks on the la-h we went to Inter-
view tiemu. J'iy were apparently
frigiitenied, however, and abandoned
ihei cainues on which they were at work
and cleared into the bush. Care was
UalLn uot to iiiz-rlfeze with their pos-
'3S.ois, 1and p.:_.. and tobacco were
itcft.wvhere nhe natives could find them.
1:amubiing about we came upon an open
]Uace of considerable extent marked
out i: Lirif'r ..,ij.iar'e with stone, on
h,'h y'.-. -t !:l, three to five feet
nigh, uim' 0s1'i.x loilow posts, which
wveret studied full of human bones. All
t:he pots were lpainto'd red.' We doubt-
iess bad stumbled upon a sacred'spot.
'in."'c \wore some nice skulls, but not
a thlng was intrfered. with.
"A few miles up the river we struck
a big camp of natives, but they cleared
iuto the Ihish as soon as they caught
sight of us. We waited some time at
the camp, and the blacks returned, sat-
islied that' we did not intend mischief.
The usual presents of tobacco and pipes
were given, and they were received
with the greatest satisfy action. Indeed,
we bI)ccnii perfect friends for the time
being. To seal the friendship, or, per-
chance, it may have been the native
fashion of 'looking toward you,' a great
buck came to me with a wooden ves-
<,I! shaped like a canoe in his hand and
rnil of honey. I noticed on the top a
ball of grass. The chap held the honey
to me, but I shook my head, so be took
the hall of grass, whisked1 it about in
the sirup and popped It into his mouth.
After sucking it dry lie put It back into
the hlney, and when nicely soaked of-
fered it to me again. He evidently
wished me to follow his example, but
I passed. There was a fine iguana on
the fire, just nicely cooked. This I
did try, and it was really good-just
like chicken."

Question ers.
Tommy-Oh, my pa says you're a
blamed nuisance, teacher. Teacher-
What? Tommy-Well, that's what he
says I am when I ask questions, and
that's what you're always a-doin'.-
Philadelphia Press.
Some Seasonable Advice.
It may lie a niece of superfluous advice
to urge people at this season of the year
"-, lay in a supply of Chamberlain's
C-'oll Jt .is almost sure to be
needed 1 ronNltr. is over, and much
more prompt and satisfactory results are
obtained when taken :is soon as a cold is
'contracted and before it has bccom: sect-
tied in the system, which can 'only ) b
done by keeping the remedy at hiand.
This remedy is so widely known and so
altogether good that no one should lhes -
tuto about buying it in preference to iny
oth'r. It is lor sale by L. M. Ware, St.
Andrew and Bdayhead and all medicine

The Last Engltish Decapitation,
The last occasion of decapitation for
high treason in England was, I fancy,
that of Thistlewood and his four com-
panions for the Cato street conspiracy.
I take the following from Thornbury's
"Old Stories Retold:"
"Exactly a quarter of an hour after
the last man was hung the order
given to ctt the bodies
heads were than hagglh,
tal clumsiness with a surgeon
The mob expressed loudly their horror
and disgust, more especially when the
turnkey who exhibited the heads drop-
ped that of Brunt. 'Hello, butter fin-
gers!' shouted a rough voice from the
rolling crowd below. The day had gone
by for such useless brutality."
This horrible scene was enacted on
May 1, 162U.-Notes and Queries.

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We execute a $250 Bond to every stu-
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are known by what they have
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have been the standard-haven't
failed once to produce bigger, bet-
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by cll dearer. 1905 Seed An-
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D. M. FERRY & CO.,
Detroit, Mich.

Notice of Application for Tax Deed
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Laws of FloTida.
Notice is hereby given that J. H. D rummond, purchaser of Tax Certificates,
Nos. herinafter named, dated the 3d day of June, A. D. 1902, has filed s.id certifi-
catesin my office, and has made applicatiUn lot tax deed to issue in accordance
with law. Said certificates embrace the following described prop rty, situated in
Washington county, Florida, to-wit:
No. Cer- Description Se T R.Assessed a.;
tificate. of property. Sec. Tp. s, w. property of
115 sa of swi, less 15 acies........... 4 4 14 Unknown ..........
128 lots 6, 7 8 and 10, blk 14, ...... s. 35 3 15 Unknown .........
129 lots 16, 17 and 18, blk 15,.......sY2 35 3 15 Unknown ..........
130 lot 2, blk 18.................... s 35 3 15 L M Knowles.......
131 lot 3, blk 8,................... 35 3 15 Unknown. ........
132 lots 7 and 8, blk 21. .......... s8 35 3 15 Unknown ..........
134 lots 8 itrid 9, bik 7........'... sw4 36 3 15 Unkuown .........
137 lots 5 and 8, bilk 31........... sa 5 3 15 Unknown..........
138 55 acres of li ................ .sw 36 3 15 Unknown .........
140 lot 8 blk 71 ................... ne 1 4 15 Elias Edwardso......
14.' blk J5, less lots 14, 15 and 16.. neif 1 4 15 ''. G. Trisket.......
146 lots 1 to 5, and 12 to 17, blk 24.nei 1 4 15 Unkuown ...........
S150 lots 21, blk 15............... i wi 1 4 15 Unknown .........
152 lot 1 b6k 16................... nw 1 4" 15 J. E. Rolbrtson.....
154 lots 6, 7, 11, 12 and 13, blk 16..nwi 1 4 15 J. S. Boyd..........
155 lots 10, 17 and 18. blk 16.....,nwi 1 4 15 Unknown ........
156 lots l2to 16 and 18, blk 17.....nw 1 4 15 Unknown ... ....
The said land being assessed at the date of the issuance of said certificate in :lhe
names designated with each certificate. Unless said c"tificates shall Oe redeemed
according to law, tax deed will issue thereon on Ihe 6th day of Nove:nber, A. D.
[L. s.] Witness my official signature and seal this the 1st day '(f October.
D.1905 W. C. LOOKEY, Clhrk C;Yuit Court,
of Washintor-duitsy, .Flurida.
'Notice of Applicatioitj L* x ,Deerd
Under Section 8 of Chaplcr '4888 Laws of Florida

tNs. as
ice w.th
inl WLshi
No. Cer-
135 1
The said
in the nai
SL. s r




Pensdcolfif -i'
s T^-i

... ... ,_!

iucs.lav, 8:30 p. m. Pensa la.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. m. St. AnA-ew, Wednesday, 8:00 a. n
Wednesday, 2:30 p.min. Mill ile, Wednesday,10:00oa. i
hursday, 9:00 a. m. Apalachicola, Thursday, 6:00 a. m.
Carrabelle. Thursday, 12:00 noon.
monday, 6:00 p. m. Mobile, Monday, 6:00 a. m.
thursday, 3:00 p. m. Carrabelle.
riday, 11:30 a.m. St. Andrew. Friday, 2:00 a. m.
riday. 10:00 a. m. +eMilhvhle, -4 _,

p A.SS ..F-'E:y ,:JAT Si
Pensacola to St Andrew and Millville, $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabulle, $7.50.
St. Andrew alnd Millville to Apalachicola, $5.00.
PensaTola to Mobile, $2.50.


-1uu le uoy rratesinclude meals and berths. W. G. BARROW.
__ Captain


General Merchandise !


Cooking and Heating Stoves!

Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Etc.

Burial Caskets, Robes, Suits, Etc.



Headquarters for

Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Ready- Made Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Notions

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



Dry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries

Notions, Provisions and Feed Stuffs,

Corner Washington Avenue and Bayview St.

I pay C(ash for Goods and must do

a strictly Cash or Ready Pay

This is in my Patr'ons' .Interes t well ns my own. tall and
(onviilce Yourself of this Truth.

A t; KO& -.CO.

CASH iiSTORE! *S *"*
SN )RY G .O 1) S T H R I V E


Ship Chandlery - Hardware

Notions, Paints and Oils, Nets and Twines, Sail,

Clothing, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishings.


Trunks and Valises.

is nereby given that J. 11. Ji(ML MOND), purjliasor of Tax COr. ictes -1 1 r
hereinailer named, datea the (i, ,Iav of Julv, a. i., 1903, has lidsaid IH I C P PII E T t
les in iny office, and has made apiIc'atiion f ,r tax dced to issue in 4,c .- -
law. Said certificates embrace t1!c 1tollowing described property situated AGENTS FOR SPECIAL ATTENTION
ngtou C)unty, Florida, to-wit: ll1.AGi.IN TO
Description Se6 esSed as AMERICAN Al l oo sIVIN TO
of property. See Tp.s, I.tw. property of EXCEPT
Sof sej and e of se........... 5 12 C Go alt.BGraaiaan Feeo o d ai Orders!
6' ., otlot3............... ...... 10 5 12 C.E. ,Bram gan ..... "a "i
iI acres in se corner of e of swi.. '5 4 13 It. Howard, est..... ANYTHING I SAMPLES
e'. of se of swj ,u k A29, ls LI AT
S 24, 29, 39 md 40... ...... .35 3 14 T. J. Reese ........ Made in 1 ron. ny Postoffice Gladly Sent
n,', of blk 8 a w oft lot 4, blk25 _-
.. ....... 4 14 Unknown .......... on the B Aa)! n litl !
nej .. .... .....................35 15 Unknown............
S5'11, 20, 1blk 3 ..... ..... .... Unknown .......... 0in Till C ay
lot 1 k 14 .......3......... :1 35 3 15u
lots 1010, blk 9.......... .... 3 3 15 Unknown .......... Breech -Loadinog We Are
lt iilkt 17.... .. ............ s 35 3 15 Nettie Opdale ...... THE
o ls 16 and 21, blko22.... ..... si 35 3 15 Unknown ... ..... W osey
lot 2, 3,4, 8,11, 16, 19, 20, blk E MEN
S....... + :;, 15 Unknown .......... u ppu r Pa
S....., i, 13, 143,15,., bik .6, .... 35 3 15 Unknown,...n...... v $5.50
1.'"' ', 10, 15, 20, blk 13.......swi 36 3 15 Unknown .......... E. B ACKIN &
I ,1 b1k 16................... swi 36 3 15 A. J. Rood .......... -'-:-. -- -
h, i 3, lk 16 ................... .swi 3(i 3 15 A .4. C'randall ...... T< .... ... . .
l bi ................... +3 3 15 t ndl For Fine Job W ork, TRY THE BUOY OFFICE.
1, 2, 3, 4, bink 18..........swl 36 3 15 ii UnknOwn ..........

lots 1 amd 2, blk 3........w....S 3 1. UII IIn il.)I.......... SAV THIS SS ES R SAVE THI-
.1 to 14 ami 17 and 18, blk 24 set UJ6 3 ).15s wt ... . COUPON OPEUCIAOL R NUM FFER. o o
19 and 20, blk 7...........ne3 1 4 15 Unknown ..........
I blkt 10 blk 8... ............e 1 6 3 15 C. ilh ge........ S E14 t. H O I T COI
3,'6, Sand 9, blk 10..... ...ne i 4 15 Unknown ......... . .
14, 135and 16, bilk 151...... he 1 4 15 C'. if. chrisu- -,- .....
l and 11, Wik 17.... .....w 1 4 11 15 Uitii)ivii .... .....
d ieing asse sed at th sate01 I tihi issam,,fce ot >sli ie tiiates
designated wi h each certificate, Unless said certificates shall In For (i vi of twlsC copllons ~"f d sixtyv cents seat o'r b 'rou, ht, to thli rno '
ording to law, tax deed will is e itcon on i e Gi dy 'f No- ofica.wc will frnish you a theeautiful ounis ed 14-kt. Solld G l IImt a
A. 1905. ",, Mei t .l.t cct at re)l $1.50. The pen is complete with box and
\Vitness my l li.; dt signature aid seal t thiisthe 1-t d A 1005. A )L LOl':K Y. :l,.,k C'Iu; i ,>r theim if iunsati.s-:ic(>ory in any tIela' .
T .'' ^t \asjnr~t>;>'.\-;,i, 1lmi~i. S^^ ^'.^.^'^'.^S^,"^.'-^ ^^^ -'',^.^ -^^ ^^..^P^,-4 Val -

'he rar ng Post

[Successor to B. V. Brock.]

1" II!3UII *



do Z,1

The I r ,I-s Painrs! Hon.
What Is b"leved by a,.j,.:unrf-i to
'.e tho olde.,t pa,.pr ).k li ext-rt-ur..
i the "'Red BoF-ok of I..J: "' :'i ',-,...
register l.,l':v. : ; .*' '. .:i. r
f King __ I. niU ;: .;.:...1.. TI.. ',

-.- 1 original bladiig lhaig IA.-eu
lihat color. Their filr.t orr- Is a tran
i"lpt of the will of P--'-:" .- 'Thorndon.
.juw,,.-..s of Lyou, dutld l:;1,J. 'he lut-
l 1 ot utry a dated in the fiftf-ruth year
lThlsday, Oct. 19, 1905. of King Richara II. Fifty years ago
the bLk was repaired and lebound.
S T A N D R E W ,an t,-' .s, wl'h~ i. age hLd reduced
'o a ;-oe. fibrous substance, were
PR ICES CURRENT careul'*lyr ri- zclel as an aid to preser-
4igar, V" lb Tea, IP lb Turn About.
Granulated .6An *He No....... 55 Au Irish doctor was asked to attend
CoTffee.A ..... 5, Gunpowder.. 40 a patient on Tory island, off the Irish
Lt brown..... 5 Uncol'l Jap.40-60 mainland. L li. -I.:r said that he was
rColree, Cond milk, VP can wrfling to go, but that the fee would
Green .... 12@20 Unsweetn'a. 10 .i 2 ( 10), payabio iu advance. The
Arbuckle,11 12-15 Sweetened. 10 ,-
Ari ukeir ,aps 3125 Baking powder 1ory islander paid the money and fer.
rackers, oda., 10 Roval ..... .. 50 tried the doctor over from the main-
rheAscco,plug 20a60 Canpbell...... 10 !aud himself. Tie physician finished
ecoaisins Canned fruit :1s duties and wished to start back.
Loundo.ilayers.8-15 Peaches.... 10a20 "TL2 oly 'yiy to get back was to be
V lencia.... .. 8 Tmaties.... .Sal2 ro- .v back Ly the same man who had
c Ve ........ 6i A ........ 10 e.nr: .. himn over. The doctor asked
apples Pears .........15 -h;t ;ie c-i:'go N-as. "Two pounds,"
Evaporatled... 1-2 1'la......... 10 fl Thoe Tory,. han. rman, "payable in
Dried Peaches Apricot ..... .1t-0 It was paid.
C,\A Oil ,1t. ....') Strawberries. .. P.0
;: ,l, O ... .20 Pineapple .. 10--uI'
l ,oridl .k u' p *50 Caaned Meats The Pl,'suit of M n..
,,ty ". .. .... 3 HRoast Beef.- 1212 ""--C ."; u in o-tly we are all in
iiig.r ,..'. ~39 Corned I-cl'.. 121~ .r .. in th'i pu-uilt of the desirable,
i n",' pr lb. 18 whipped Beefl0-2." .t;- ;'ur ..h. e. ry u c-tion is real
tter .. 2.5-3 lohl -ter, . 12/ ::, : iatver b the o en ibl.
Olenimrgelille.. 18 Salmon.. 10@15 "-,1 ';. V,h, one i es on all side
hard .... .... 710 Canned Vegetables n, .l ,: ;e m e:: .e run after, fawne,.
icanis.........** 5 Baked Beans... 0 .po S:;-., ,;olcd and hum
CocoBa tt pkg. . ... Coni...... 10@ 15 anSdbl
elly, gait 0aI2 Peas ......... 10 c 11 troth of it be denied?-
jiel nJuico .... 4 1umpkin ..... 1 IadP,' Fi d.
Fggg per doz.. 20 ling.
PROVISIONS. A: Unwir Fi an wer
Flour IorkMrs. kwir T womn wer
tar of S'th/, 2.3E D.S. pr lb ......11 given the .rc-it shie deserves, I don't
Obelisk ......3.25 Bacon Sides .....12 think man would be quite so prominent
o rn Meal prbu70-60 Fresh ....... 8al0 in the world's history. Mr. Wiekwire
Oat Mleal pr lb... 5 Br'kf'stBac'ii16-22 -I expect you are right. If she could
Court per bu ..75a00c 1iam canv's'.1l 15-20 gat all the credit she wanted, he'd be
Potatoes Shoulders..... t1 in the poorhouse.
Irish. ...... 140 Beef -
EarlV it'se seed 1.60 Corued...... 8 A Judicious Inquiry.
Sweet .... 60 @65 Fresh .......S Io
Stt, pr sae c.. 6 0@70 Dried ......... )2. A well known traveling man wviho visit,
ale ........ 5 Milk pr qt..... .. the idrog trade says he lhas often heard
HiAKI)WARE. druggists inquire of customers who asked
Nils, uer mlb4/a5i Ax,with handle. .75 foir a coughi medicine, whihber it was
lGalv wire do.6a6ti Hooes, each.. 35a50 w1ant,,d for a child or an adult, and if for'
Manilla rope...9al20opper paint, can 50ev almost invariabi reco-
4t ves cook,..$8a25 Linseed oil,gnl35@60 a child tlhev almost mnvamiabiv iecoi-
4t ipe, pcr joint 18 mended Ci omerlain's Cough Remedy.
)ltY GtOODS, Ihe reason for this is that they kniiw
,.ints, per yd.. 5a8 Chlecks ....... 5a5t. tiere is no danger from it and that It al-
.heeti',gs .... 5a i lan i
v .a . . . s i, e 1a ',75 in givi:ig it, ai.d fkr coughs, colJs and(
;! r '. '. a/.t -s i l lI 3 0 0(0 clroip it is unsurpassed. For sale by L.
I '""N SN i ()U 6. M, Ware. -t. Anidciew and Baivhe;d anil

H v.v pir wt.. 'aalt .6,' Oats pr bIt ....... '60 all nm dicine dealers.
r . . . . 1.25 Brick pr M . .
t,ie S isal .... 7@ 9 Lim e pr il ...... 75 .- ".., ... -
FlRUIT a nd NOC T'S, An old f;ii'nol :;) of vtlq.l'?t '
jIraLges prt d 7oz.. 45 Pecans pr Ibt..... 5 -on i ins a ch i.Lr o- f-o1'r ,hip titat i
A pples....... 15 W alnuts ......... .. 20 x o:(') ".; Il yn'i v n- mi An7- young mi ;.
Ie mo s ....... 20.. Al n obd .......... 15t 1)o c ute: -plu ii. a pro,:o;,
O YSTE'IKS ,-f inirar;oe v,-ma u:'g- :-'tr--I;Ly to s,-
Ii hliill prI ,i*)l 1.50 Opened pI lir It .. :'t ect with care ind dua forethought thu
LIVE S'i'0OOl. proper time and place for such pro
llorses... $30a15 Cows....... $15ai.t' postal. For instance, he should never
Mles... . 50a$175 Hogs... .. $3. i *$1 propose to a young woman while ou.
')xen. pr oke 65 Sheep ..... ..... $2 boating, for if she should happen to re
i'i)Ul.TLrY fuse him it would be difficult to reach
'ilckeIns eaCih 35a,50 Geese each 4551 -lhor' iinmndia ely, and the sltuatio;.
.-'- ys .... 'al .00 l)cks>....... 2,a5;1 would obviously be awkward.
FISil. On the other hand, If she should ac
esh sl*t i r "e-t hint the situation would be equally
Trlut1;r prl dop ..e I.ullet pr 5. un;esirleh since too elo.e a pro::imnity
'rout......... [ont ... 0.0 o nd certain attitude, incident to the
trigeon.l......10 Mackt-el..4.. 1er ,_ire'mstnnD(e; are known to threaten,
LUII EIt. the safety of a boat; also said young
Fiooi g, Ceilingi man was advised never to propose to a
ti ar,'l min... $14.00 Heart, ...$ 4.00 young v'oi:n just before dimer. :av
Fuce ', .. 12.00 Face ... 12.0( ing been without enting for some hours
-Sap ... 10,0 Sap 10.00 she would doubtless be in a less ami
l)rop siding, Clapoards, able frame Of mind than usual an,
Heart lace '~ti 14.00 Ix6 int. 1n. -..$.100 might under these co .imtons refuse a:
Sao 10.00 Finislhiig lum- offer which at another time would seen
Buif liumier., g@12 her,d.. $i215.00 desirable.
Iear shiugleL, 2.50 Lalh, n .... 2.i e 00
S 1.50 Boat Ituilher, Te GIaut's Staireaoe.
d ied .... $20 One of tb'e m:.-st v,'i.c',y kno wn ge&.
logical curios:ti"s in th-l vicinity o
C Olo Cork is a series of knobs ur knots pri.
StAT c OF O CoO Jecting from t: e fare of a c'i,. ..er

F-rank J. Cheney makes oath that he are sixteen of t' bug' oJti
-" f 11c f I' 1 all to;(et'hl r, am:! r. "u!" s- t i-
ts te senior parnr o the irm r face of the .lii'. O'ne 1b, .' he othe
Cheney & 0Co. doing, business in the City forming 1 se5rie'- of such uniformity a
of Toledo, cOiity and state aforesaid, and to g: ve it the ge,"r-l appeLir f'.'i L" 4
that said firm will pay .the sum of OE stairway. Sin;ce t't-:' cut of :Tr-,:'"
fiUNDII.ED DOLLARS for each ind every this qut'-er asccut and its pmrojectil:
case of C.ttarrh that cannot be cured by "steps" have been known as thIe Gi
he use ntof Hall's Catarrh Cure. nt's Stairase.
Sworn to before ime and subscribed in BE HE
,my presence, this 6th day of December, OW L
Ap. P 1.86t. A. W. GLEASON, RnW El?!
[S:uL.. Notary Public. B hW E LS
Hall's Cal, ,rh Cure is taken internally It you haven't a regular, healthy movement of the
bowels every day, you're nl or will be. Keep your
a|nd ats directly on the blood and mu- bowels open, andbewell. Force, in the shape of
violent physic or pill poison, is dangerous. The
eo.is st'f.ttces of the system. Send for smoothest,easiest, most perfect way of keeping
the bowels clear and clean is to take
estimonials, free. CANDY
Sold Icy druggists, 75c. 9 CATHARTIC
Take Hall'is Family Pills for couslip:a- | k
tion, .



as Medicine

Their Wonderful Effect
on the Liver, Stomach,
Bowels, KIidneys
and Blood.
Lemons are largely used by The
Mozley Lemon Elixir Company, in
compounding their Lemon Elixir,
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.
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. 50c
( and $i.oo per bottle at

"One Dose Convinces."
A Long StenteLce of Six Lettter*.
-Tiere is a sontcnce of tlhirtv.two
words which some ingenious p'r;'n h s
constructed of tbe six letters found in
the word "maiden": "Ida, a maiden; ai
mean man unmed Ned Dean, and Me-
dia, a mad dnme. made me mnendA dio
and dime and mind a mine in a dim
den in Maine."

Casey--'Tis hard luck abo-t Kearncy.
Of1 hear lie hd to lihairV h!s e: cut off
bechune the ankle an' the knee. Cas-
sidy-Ay, the doctthers decided that to
save tLe whole leg ; ::;'d have to cut
off part of it.-Philadelphia Press.
Use Allen's Foot Ease,
A powder to be shaken into the shoes.
Your feet feel swollen, nervous, and
damp, and get tired easily. If you have
smarting feet or tihtsshoes, try Allen's
Foot-Ease. It cools the feet and makes
walking easy. Cures swollen, sweating
feet, blisters a -d callous spots. Relieves
corns and bunions of all pain. Try it to-
day. Sold by all druggists and shoo
stores. Don't accept any substitute.
Trial package FREE. Address Allen
S. Olmsted. LeRoy. N V.
A Ghastly Pavement.
Gwandu, a native town in Africa,
contains between 10.000 andl 15,000 in-
habitants and is surrounded l;y a pal-
iL-ade of poles, the top of e-very pole
being crowned with a human .-ku!l.
There are six gate and the uppr')ach
to each gate is laid wivlh pavement
of human skulls Vthe to;)s ,'in;" 1i
* l-Wy pft :.; Bit : wv ", bovE", p'-g'' I l,
More than '2,.O '!"'i.- are U.-d in tile
'av\ i't;l !..',ing lip .) e .lh gl~ '.
1W-} ip:\-ioui :t l, of :n ).v.y w i v ..,'.
pa i'?:'; to the :smc it!on' ,- of i" :'
by the daily pa.nage of hualnid. of
naked feet.

Dr. Yiates, after aq
wee-k Of Ibri1l ice mat 1W
St. Andie%, eo It liii Mid

ieI3 successful

'ivalle mund a'

I- I e I''' l -"- M* ''"? p d .')- P-rp'-.
.\n n.'lqy ', .'. t TH-i-, r, ;r ,.Ioy
, '.," .,. ... .-I "_-\ r. G rl'et ley. I've
, -"" r .- *"i -",.. r~' I tie irnr. "W"ell.
r' ,. I ' ] **"v.,nt hi-- \".iy
, -' :1 .'. -" '.,:' G; re e.'yr ine-t
lis suIl '- :',: i I anid sa.,l. "1
th,., ht \, .i h.id ha ln im t'e Trit' ino?i"
""'.''" t!.'?-r mri T- be somIP mistake.".'
said Mr. Greeley, "for I just came
from the office and the presses were
runsuii'., the clerks were as busy as
ever, the c5mpositors were hard at
work, and the' business was going on
the same as yesterday and the day be-
"Oh," ejaculated the subscriber, "I
didn't mean that I had stopped the pa-
per. I stopped only my copy of it be-
cause I didn't like your editorials."
"Pshaw!" retorted Mr. Greeley. "It.,
wasn't worth taking up my time to tell
me such a trifle as that. My dear sir, if
you expect to control the utterance of
the Tribune by the purchase of one
copy a day or if you think to find any
newspaper or magazine worth reading
that will never express convictions at
right angles with your own you are
doomed to disappointment."-Success

Gayboy Do you know anything
about betting on horse races? Gay-
man-I know all about it. I've quit.-
Chicago Tribtie.

Nothing is more amiable than true
modesty, and nothing is more con.
temptible than the talse.-Addison.
Don't Borrow Trouble.
It is a bad habit to borrow anything,
but the worst thing you can possibly
borrow, is trouble. When sick, sore,
heavy, weary and worn-out by the pains
and poisons of dyspepsia, bilious-oss,
Bright's disease and similar internal
disorders, don't ,it down and brood over
your symptoms, but fly for relief to Elec-
tric Bitters. Here you will find sure and
permanent forgetfulness of all yoiu
troubles, and your body will not be bur.
dened by a load of debt disease. At A
H. Brake's soore, Price bOc. Guaran-
Franz Abt's C(tqniipailto iat z iinfler.
Fralnz A the fjMja j tl .,1...-. .
was str-ollinlg home one ut *-T., ii h
Brunswick when he met a r:,...-1, wvii
said to hinm:
"You seem very happy, Have you heard any good news?'"
"Oh, no; I've just taken dinner," wa
the reply.
"You evidently enjoyed it. What dit
you have to eat?" continued the friend.
"A turkey," replied Abt.
"And how many were at table ?" ask-
ed the other.
"There were only two of us," said
"Who was your companion?" inquired
the friend.
"The turkey," replied Abt.

Plans to Get Rilch
are olten frustrated by sudden break-
down due to dyspepsia or constipation-
Brace up and rake Dr. Kinig's Ne\y Life
Pills. They take out the materials
which ac clogging your energies and
give you a new start. Cure headache
and dizziness too. At A. H. Brake's
store; 25c., guaranteed.
His Offense.
Magistrate- Ah, they have caught
you drunk again, eh? Hobo-No, yer
honor: impersonating' an officer dis time.
I guess dey caught me asleep in a door-
way.-Phiiadelphia Press.

When the heart is won, tlihe under-
standing is easily convinced.-Simmons.

Wfilkie's starting I'ofnt.
A story which shows the great effect
which an apparently trifling thing wfll
sometimes have upon a person's aftef
life is told in connection with Wilkie, EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Pleasant, Palatable, Potont, Taste Good, Do
the painter. Good, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe; 10, 25 and
One day, when Sir John Sinclair was 50 cents per box. Write for free sample, and book-
leton health. Address 433
dining In company with Mr. Wilkie, Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.
the artist was asked if any particular KEEP CAN
circumstances had led him to adopt KEEP YOUR BLOOD LEA
his profession.
"Had your father, mother or any of
your relations a turn for painting?" p
Inquired Sir John. "What led you to W H PARKE
follow that art?" i s -g
"The truth Is, Sir John," replied Mr. fl An
Wilkie, "you made me a painter." Real EjQl -[ 1
"I!" exclaimed the baronet. "Why, I
never had the pleasure of meeting you
before." PARKER, LA.;
"No," respanded th' pI iner, with a '
smile, "b',t when t- ou wore '.-;.wing up Is prepared to list property
the statisti 'a accon:rt of Scotland my for sale and pay taxes or
father, who was a *lergyman In Fife,
had a good, doi .of correspondence ,collect ren for non
with you concerning 118 parish, and in Iresidenfs.
the course of It you sent him a colored Terms R easonab, e.
drawing of a soldier in the uniform of
your Highland Fencible regiment. LAMBERT 1. WARE.
"I was so delighted with this picture LAMBERT M, WARE. JR.
that I was constantly drawing an -
trying to color copies of It, -and It was I M, WARE & SON,
in this way, to the best of my belief.
that my transformation into a splinter Dealers In and Agents for the
was gradually effected." Sale of
VWomnn' Work, That's e e al E s tat c.
First Shlippor-Sometimes it is 'hrd r a at e
to find what you want. Second Shop- Taxes Pald au'1 ents Collected
per-Yes, especially when you don't foi Nwi-RO ients.
know what It is.-Judge. St. A ni V e

ame:<: : -r ^m f P *' FLA
Doctors first prescroAd
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral over lM
60 years ago. They use it
today more than ever. They 1

Cherry Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions,

I 'p hrr% 1 Boat Stores, Hay. Grain and Feet Stuffs.

mom nig.

Nearing a Cr ip.
Jackson '.'.- .* i-'i.'n Jlai credit la
gone)-I tel. you. Wit erbee, we an'-
on the verge of a financial panic
Witherbee-Psh'vl "I hat makes you
think that? JaLcks t (U.A.' .'ti*aly)-
Well, sir, B .gie9y and ahrta rsel to
lend me small fumus a year ago, but
when I go to 4hemi nowadays for fivw
or ten poui .1ds they t:li me frankl.,
that they,r'.iven't -t !t, Btgley anw
Robert,-~are two of iour best busines-
meu'too. I tell you. sir, v. emr goinj;
toJLave a panic.-London F:.prres .

4. i-.tlifrerence.
'Indifference may not wreck the
man's life at any one turn, but It wil
destroy him with a kind of dry rot i.
the long run. To keep your juind a
ready made up is to be dull and fos-
siliferous; not to be able to make It up
at all Is to be watery and supine.-
Bliss Carman's "'"riendslip of Art."

How to Care Corns and Bunions.
First soak the corn or bunion in warm
water to soften it; then uare it down as
closely as possible ithifflj'irai ing blood
and apply Chamrlain's l'ain Balhn twice
daily, rubbing it vigorously for five min-
utes at each application.' A corn plaster
should c worn for a few days to protect
it from the shoe. As a general lnuiment
for spraiis, bruises, Iimeness and rheuni
atism, Pain Balm is unequaled. For sale.
I)yL. M. Ware, St. Andrew and B.Thead
and all medicine dealers.
Out of tRi Line.
Miss Gotalli-Did you attend tli6 ger-
man last night? Mr. Fudge-No. I
can't speak the language and I knew
I should not enjoy myself.-Success

thousandth of a penly. The smallest
raieal coin in circulation at the present
day is the Portugue.e three reis piece,
worth twelve one .iundiredths of a pen
ny. The smallest coin circulating of
ficially in any part of the British em
pire is the five millestmra piece of
Gibraltar, worth about half a farthiiug
Preservative Peat.
Peat possesses wonderful antiseptic
and preservative qualities owing to the
presence of tannin, iron and other sub-
stances in it. Here is an instanW-e: Al
the time of the covenanters, in 1M.5.
three men were shot at a place called
Crosingelloch on the moors above Old
Cumnock, in Scotland. In 1823. when
a monument was being erected to their
memory, the workmen came upon the
corpses rolled in their plaids. The bod-
ies were in exactly the same state as,
when they were buried. The um:us .i.d
preserved them as if they had been em.
Period of nI{-iluf,,hi>eint,
T'vey man ns a pretty go.'d o'fn-
tou of himself tiEl he .g:.. 'i ; '-':
office and rends what a covud. i l ;:
-N'w York Press.,

T.e' ua ;':'. io: tuc ,x vif .e ;'.).-. "

rely upon itlor colds, coughs,
bronchitis, consumption.
They will tell you how it
heals inflamed lungs.
I had a very bad cough for three years.
Then I tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. My sore
Slungs were soon healed and my cough droppedd
MRS. P.1ARL HYDe, nuthrie Centre, Ia.
< 25c., 50e., 1.00. J.C.AYEROO.,
All drugist.. for Lowell, Mass.

Old Coughs
One Ayer's Pill at bedtime Insures
a natural action, next morning,
Litght and Sound.
Light travels so vastly much faster
than sound that there is no compari-
son between their velocities. The ve-
locity of light is about 190,000 miles a
second. At this speed light will travel
about eight times around the earth In
a second, and light starting from the
sun will traverse the 93,000,000 miles
of space intervening between the sun
and the earth in eight minutes. So it
Is seen light flashes from one part, of
the earth to another, even the most re-
mote, instantaneously, or practically
so. Sound travels worse than a snail's
pace as compared with light, going
only about 1,100 feet in a second, or
about a mile in five seconds, or twelve,
miles in a minute. These facts are no-
ticed, though not always understood,
by any one who sees a gun fired only
a few hundred yards away. The flash
and the puff of smoke are seen instan-
taneously; the report of the gun al-
ways comes perceptibly later, the time
intervening being greater or kss, ac-
cording to the distance.

Cathling the Enrly Spider.
One must be an early riser if he
would photograph a spider's web, for
the delicate fabric must 1e taken when
the dew is yet on It, so that the out-
lines will be in sharp relief. The best
success Is obtained when the webs
are on pine trees, and spiders seem to
favor these trees because of the shel-
ter they afford. Look on the least ex-
posed side of the tree for your web,
for instinct teaches the little creatures
to make their homes where the strong
winds do not strike. In taking the
picture the lens should be brought very
near the web, in order to make the
threads as large as possible. I have
photographed a spider's web with a
4 by 5 camera and with a 6% by 8 A
Instrument, having equally good suc-
cess in each case. It is'well to have a
rubber focusing tloth ind to k'h)op it
ivcr the '-iuitnwe nil ti~o ti'11 ., :.t r tlly-
."i-- -. o1 T".- ],i,::.I '; r t d "-r w b- r; fly
in tleo morning n:,ist L., p-j'icP:red for
dampness.--Suburban Life.

The Te-rmil "GreenLoirn."
Tbld te.m'- "g'geenhrnn" originatedhin
this way: The pionf-lers of the west
Wv.'vi much gi. -cn to hunting d'eer. It
was'a fa 1t known to early settlers that
when the horn of a fawn began to
grow there was a ring of green hair
around the" spot. It was considered a
uss.I.'raceful thing for a hunter to kill 1a
a'atin, a cruel act, and the.killilng tiun
w.,as regulated by the growth of th(
horn. 'llhero was a sort of unwritten.
law that no one should kill a male
aw'n before its horn could be seen. A
t,ersoun who was so unIhouglhtful as to
kill a dccr under the proper age was
called a "grcenhoru." IHe was so
:Mined because the young horn of th'
:Icor and the hair around it were stil,
're-en. Tire use of the appellation
grldumlly spread until it was applied
to aMl raw or inexperienced youths or
person; easily imposed upou.

PcIysr nnd the Cook Mnid.
There was a servant problem in the
seventeenth century, but it was solved
in a rough and ready fashion. Pepys
records on April 12, 16<17, that he came
home. "saw my door and hatch open,
ift" so by Luce. our cook maid, which
so veed me that I did give her a kick
;u our entry and offered a blow at her."
Two days afterward (Lord's day)
I'cepys writes this: "Took out my wife
aUd theo two Mercers and two of our
*naicds, barker and Jane, and over the
water to the Jamaica house, where I
never was before, and there the girls
lid rmin for wagers over the bowling
gre(',, nad there with much pleasure
spent little, and so home." Luce was not
there, but the other maids were treated
ais members of the family.

Snaill Coins.
The natives of the Malay peninsula
have In use the very smallest current
coin ill the world. It is a sort of
wafer made from the resinous juice of
a tree and is worth about one ten-

Leave Pensaoola
Arrive MontL'.,ni.-iy
(incinnat i.
St. Louis

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The SWord of a Knight.
The sword of a noble knight was
mentioned almost as often as himself
in the songs of the troubadours of the
middle ages. In the olden time this
trusty weapon was named and person-
ified as accomplislilng countless bril-
liant deeds. In the proverbs of all ua-
ttons it is spoken of with reverence and
trust. It represents the rauk and re-
nown, the heroism and honor, the glory
aiind greatunes, of nations ii the paot.
Or.e- of the fir:--. wtoneS aadle b' tI; lil.

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I'll, (n- 1 0 1l 4 lx:) .
~~~~~~r~~~~ P(V *' *-.>~'- i r'o f%
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ST 11 at bedtime. Sugar-coated,
A V 1-*It s mild, certain. TIhv cure
(,),I c co1 ir..-11tL.-. i' Io

Want your moustache or beard YE
'fca~ fi ,,.^ to rci lff: s .'',^ .''.'* t .*.".*;.^! .':A^ ,


W e carry at all times a W\ ell Selectrd Stock i,( Me.;ci:,ndli! adopted to
the St. Andrw \s l v tide.
We willNot Be Undersold!

MilTille,, :F'Ia.,

Manufacturers of

Roloih, Dressil Man Dilielsioni

Yellow Pi O1 Lmber.


Dealers in General Merchandise.

Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and Feed.

The Allaiiton Llmher Company,
AN 1)




Whether Large "r Small. Write for Prices.


--'f. ..... ... '" C 4 = 0

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Q DE. AL:tt: T3IT

DrIgs, Mmdicils, Fancy Tolet AriTlesI

I Handle no Quack Nostrums.

DR:J'. J. KESTER, M. D, Drua'ist.


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Notice is hereby given that the follow-
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Notice of Application for Tax
Under Section 8 of Chapter 488, Laws of
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ofTax Certificate No. 831, dated the2d
day of June, A. D. 1891, has filed said cer-
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following described property situated in
Washington county Florida, to-wit; Lots
3, 4 and 5, block 15 of the nwi of section
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I All For if ty

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I Clpyright, 105, by Rita Kolley '

lie was a1 situat china piece with mer-
,enary ey-lh)id s and a slit down his
back. It wa a standing joke at, Miss
Folke's boarding "home" that when
any one dropped a spot on the table-
.'lot lihe had to drop a oin lnto the
rig's hungry sides. One a week the
worker was slnaughtcred and the pro-
:OodJ used f'. (flowers.
Miss Mattie was dressing for a walk
ne miorn!nhg when the peaked landlady
who quarreled with aU her trades peo-
Ile came to the door, pig In hand.
"Miss Mattile," she said, 'would you
ike to bay sioni flowers for the table?"'
"I)olightcd!" Miss Mattie finished,
dinning a huge blun(b of violets on her
w'-ay coat. "What kind shall I get?"
"\,'eoil"--Miss Folke sat down on the
"dge of the divan and began shaking
tlo pig--"there's carnations and roses,
ndl they usually throw in some ferns
or leaves. Just do as you please about
t. I thought there was more money
in here." She thumped the pig's head
,n her knee until the last coin fell out.
"Only, 05 cents!" Miss Folke had a
way of making people conscious of
their shortcominngs.. The pig looked
"But aren't you glad you didn't get
;our tablecloth all spotted up?"'
"Oh, that isn't it. Cut we shall have
to save some money for Easter Sun-
day, and you can get so 'ew flowers for
'70 cints." Miss Folko had a grievance
iganust her trades people, and they re
allated by invariably giving her short
.neasure. "Well"-she stacked up a half
Slollar in pennies and nickels-"I guess
.that wIll have' to' do."'
"How many ought I to get for 50C
cents ''
"They'll turn up their noses at you
it a florist's and give you two or threE
s tn!ale fibbers that will be' arll withered
the second day. You'd better go to the
street booth over by the 'L' station and
tell them if they give you good flowers
you'll come agana."
"Stick up their noses at me!" said
\tiss Mattie, ignoring Miss Folke's sug
vestion. "Don't ever worry, Miss
*Folke. I'll get some flowers that will
make you gasp with surprise and pleas
ire. I'd just like to see them stick up
'heir noses at me," she threatened a?
the paused to smile bewilderlngly at
Miss Folke before closing the outside
She passed several exclusive florists"
ihops before she found one to her sat-
isfaction. It was by far the bandsom
nst of all. Gripping her 50 cents inside
her glove, she swept in like a breath
'nd stood in the midst of the most
beautiful flowers she had ever seen. A
remarkably handsome young man was
standing In the rear beside a bank of
palms, holding some smilax.
"Some flowers," she said, smiling and
nodding nt him.
He looked up surprised. Then, look-
ing at some one behind the palms, he
turned, spoke to one of the assistants
and came forward eagerly.
"Now whatywould vou like?" e

waved his hand grceffally toward the
masses of roses and crimson carna-
"Oh, beautiful!" breathed Miss Mat-
tie In an ecstasy. "I should like" -she
clutched the coins stowed away in her
glove and smiled dazzlingly-"a flower
for a penny." i
"What!" ..For a moment it looked as
though the young man was going to
prove disagreeable. s
Miss Mattie's smile became momen-
tarily more bewitching.
"Yes," she continued, whirling her
muff airily around her hand; "I just
slaughtered 'the boarding house pig.
and I want all the nice flowers you can
give me for 50 cents. Aren't those love-
ly!" She pointed to some rare orchids.
The young man was amused. Miss
Mattle was good to look at and had an
unmistakable air of being accustomed
to beautiful things. Yet 50 cents for
orchids, which she distinctly seemed to
favor! He coughed apologetically.
"Flowers are rather expensive," he
"Yes, I know," laughed Miss Mattie.
"These must be terribly high." She
touched the violets on her coat llnger-
ingly.* "Think of the money you extort
from rich young men. And I've only 50
cents. It was all the pig could spare.
We had to save some for Easter, you
know, and no one got many spots on
the tablecloth this week."
The iforist answered her smile.
"The pig gets the money for the
spots," she explained.
The young man looked as though he
were Immensely Interested-in the pig.
"What would you like?" he asked
"I want lust the most nice fresh
flowers you can give me for a half dol-
lar.- It makes no difference what kind.
They told me I couldn't get any for so
little money." Miss Mattie smiled.
'The man bowed low.
"I'll see what I can do for you," he
maid and strode to the rear of the store.
Miss Mattle watt-hed him admiringly
as he stopped to speak to one of the
men before he entered the ice room.
She had not known such nice young
men kept florist's shops. She moved a
step or two to the right of the palms In
order to see him more distinctly.
He was taking down one crimson
carnation after the other, a spray of
narcissus, some roses, an orchid. Miss
Mattle looked away, afraid to trust her
own eyes. He seemed rather an easily
embarrassed young man-or was he
amused? Miss Mattle did not dare to
risk the doubt, for if he saw her ob-
serving him he might stop adding to
the bunch. Miss Mattle had reasons of
her own for wishing as big a bouquet
as possible. It sfgnified In a way her
sphere of influence on the susceptibili-
ties of the young man.
When he emerged from the room
Miss Mattle said, "OhI" Miss Mattle
knew how to say it long and express-
The young man turned from the desk
and looked at her. He flushed ever so
slightly and smiled.
"All those for 50 cents?" Miss Mat-
tie had her muff under her chin. Her
eyes were wide with wonder.
The young mrn laughed as he glanced
from her to some one back o thre palms.
"I wouldn't db this for every one
you understand,' But I felt sorry for
the pig."
"But there are too many. You can't
afford to do it" Miss Mattie was re-
fusing to take them from his hands.
His tone was businesslike.
"'Yes, I can. The pig may demand
some larger orders some day, and we
shall be glad to fill them. Merely an
advertisement, you know."
"Yes, indeed, we get loads of flow-
ers, and this is the very prettiest shop
on thie street." She smiled. "Are yon
sure these are fresh? Because if they
are I'm coming aganlu Saturday."
His face wore a broad smile as he
turned nfter bowing her out and mer
an irritable chap emerging from be
''n1d the paint.
'"You're a nice one," complained theb
thap, "flirtlifg with nay lady."
"lack," innocently, "Is she really?"
"Of course. Didn't you see my vio
lots on her coat? '
Tie' young nian laughed.
"ile't cancel that order for those oth
er flowers for Miss Cromer," he called
to one of tie men. "And put these<
down to my account. Then he turned
to Jack. "Simpleton!" he observed.
"Why didn't you get inta the game?"
Tack shrugged his shoulders.
"You wanted to see what she would
do. You don't deserve her, Jack."
"I suppose you think you do, palm.
ing yourself off as a florist."
They had passed out into the street
Sand stood looking after the girl with

the huge package of flowers. The ex-
iflorist looked squarely into' the dis-
agreeable eyes of the man facing hlm..
"Jealous!" be commented shortly.
"Yes, jealous, if you like. Are you
going to be here next Saturday?"
The young man of the flowers
brought his gaze back from the girl
turning the corner.
"I'll go you even to win her," he said.
"And I'll win."

STo the Victor-

The Spoils

SBy Hubert MIcBean Johnston ;'
i ...,. ^
1 l'r o rirlght, 1305, ,
4 by IJuhcrt 3cDecan Johrstrm ''

When I got Phyllis alone in the con
::ervatory I promptly proposed to he,
:aguin. Fact is I wouldn't have come
to the, ball at all If it hadn't been that 1
intendedd to try again to win her.
"Jack," .aid I'hyllis demurely, "i
' ish you would bring me a drink of
water. Dancing always makes me so,
'jirsty." "
Phyllis has change the' subject ev-
ery time just about the same way. 1
knew there .was no use arguing, so 1
went for the water. Only I brought
lemonade Instead.
But when a fallow comes back with
he lemonade after such a' incldentt as
that and finds another chap holding the
lady's hand and his other arm .hover-
ing suspiciously along the back of the
chair I think he should feel jolly well
sore. I know I did. As for Joe Had-
den, he looked bored when I came in
and half swore. .


careful, Jack, or we'll be killedI"
The machine was already going its
limit .or I would have opened it some
more. I made the pretense of putting
on more speed. I was having my re-
"I'm being careful," I said as well
as I could for the wind, "but I've sim-
ply got to make It. Do you see Joe be-
hind us?"
Phyllis could not see him.
"There are no auto traclks ahead," I
observed. "If he's anywhere he must
be back of us."
I sized up the track ahead and turn-
ed to look back. There was an auto
behind us.
"Phyllis," I murmured reproachfully,
"you said you couldn't see any one.!"
"That's not Joe," said Phusil, with
conviction. /
"How do you know?" asked. "It's
a yellow car, and his I the only yellow
touring car around Jre."
"I don't care," jerslsted Phyllis; "it's
not Joe Haddo So there!"
"We'll take b chances," I said mall.-
clously. "It m y be. You weren't even
able to see a auto when you looked
the first time."
"Do yod th k I'm deliberately lying
to help Joe?" asked Phyllis Icily.
. "No," I an ered, "but the Issue Is
too important o trust to such poor eye-
"You goe said Phyllis Irreverent-
The puff of the big machine was
close behi now, and I would have
given wo to have looked around

and to se4
was -too g
would be a
the middle
could not
keep it.
"Get over

was in it, but the risk
Another mile and we
Hall. So long as I kept
the path the big car
Sus. I determined to

shouted a hoarse voice

behind us. "T! at's not fair play."
"All's fair in (ar and"- I said it low
and left the se ence_unfinishe. ..Phyl-

"I beg pardo ," said 1. "If I'm In
ruding"- '
Phyllis' eys3 twinkled, andlI knew
Phe wals l'ighie il me.
Just then Da' cy Graham came In.
"This one 'isr' r,. Phyllis," said he,
holding up hiJe'ad; "the third waltz, 0
you know." ,
"Thank you, Ja'h" said Phyllis as
T a n k y o u, m o- d t
she drank the m onade.
I went down toth" smoking room for
a cigarette to.st1'jniy my nerves. I
don't know and fo.that matter don't
care what Joe did. "
However, I had the better of him, for !
I took Phyllis into suppe'
"Accept him, Phyllis," I 'growled sur-
lily. '' 0
"Not yet," said Phyllis.
"Going to?" I questioned in the g me
Phyllis' brows met in a perplexeo
frown. She appeared to be pondering
the problem very deeply.
"I've thought of a way to settle it be-
tween you," she condescended to reply
at length. "Tomorrow morning I'm go-
nlug up to Grovehurst Hall, and you and
Joe are to run a race up there in your
autos. The one who gets there first-
will-will win the race," finished Phyl-
lis lamely.
I knew what that meant. If Had-
don's touring car wouldn't be able to
beat my dinky little runabout it would
be because he had a breakdown. I sup-
pose I nlusi"eve looked what I
thought, for Phylllis looked at me in-
"Well," she questioned primly, "what
is it now? Don't you think it is worth
your while to enter that race?"
"The prize is worth it, Phyllis," said
I, looking straight into her eyes. Phyl-
lis blushed the sweetest rosy red. "But
do you think the conditions are exactly
Phyllis' eyves twinkled.
"No," she said, "I don't; but, you
know, beggars can't be choosers."
That tettiedI it. I would make thi
run anyhow.
"Will there be a booby prize award-
ed?" I asked.
Phillis shook her head. I was seized
with a bright idea.
"You said you were going over your-
self," I ventured. "I ought at least to
have a consolation prize. Will you
make the trip with me'"
Phyllis looked grave.
"I'm afraid it will look like favorit-
ism," said Phyllis, "but I guess I can."
"Thanks," I said. "With a good mas-
cot I'll stand a better show."
"Am I a good mascot?" asked Phyl-
"May I never have a better!" I re-
plled devoutly. "I'm willing to take
chances on- you for a good deal more
than a motor race."
Phyllis liked that. Really, I feel as if
I were quite clever at times. Then she
took the w'nd all out of me again.
"The race will decide that," said she
*If the way I fixed that runabout up
for the run had anything to do with it
I felt sure I ought to stand a chance at
least. I got a repair man to look it
over, and thor after heo was done I
went over it myself and tapped every
nut and 1o:t. As I was coming home I
saw Jo~e driving down the riv-
er road. ^^
"All reiy!" said Phylls as the clock
struck 9 the next morning. And in a
moment we had started the twenty
miles. We bustled down the road like
a monkey that had dropped Its tall
through the slot and twisted it around
a trolley cable.
The cool November wind sent a great
Color up into Phyllis' cheeks, and a
luxuriant golden lock fell loose and
swept across her cheek. I was making
up for any time we had or had not lost,
and I wondered'if she wasn't a bit
nervous at the harebrained pace.
"Too fast, Phyllis?" I questioned.
"Just a little," she replied.
I pulled the lever open another; notch,
and we could actually feel the machine
take a fresh jump forward.
Phyllis clutched at my arm.
"Oh!" she cried, with a terrified lit-
tle scream. "I meant to go slower."
"Can't do it," I replied grimly.
"There's too much at stake on this
Phyllis looked at me from the tall of
her eye.
"If we have a spill we'll be half
killed," she pouted.
"I'd have demonstrated my good
faith anyhow," I retorted. "You'd know
I'd done my best."
The runabout hit a stone that lay at
the side of the road, and I'm certain
the front wheel traveled fifty feet be-
fore it hit the dust again.
"Oh," gasped Phyllis again, "do be

on thle days the miSt clearing north
wind blew she could climb to the is-
land's highest" point and view thec
ranchers' hetds grazing uponn.the main.
land. And at last, when hope and rea
son had.both loin died, thie poor, wild,
rrrnan. foudiu he
gibberjng creature was found in her
wolf'j^ burrow nn,,o the liil-l by the
advance guar" of the otter i enters'
fraTirmty, who bmad lon. v .,.,.rl'.-,red at
the mysterious footprints te:' :.; marked
upon the lonely sands. l'ieli and
/ .. The Ways of Premlerr.
- 'Queeu Victoria once wrote to L.ord
Palmerston, then premier of Eingland,
expressing the wish that she could
peak from his place in the house of
commons. Palmerston replivd "Vis-
count Palmerston presents his humble
duties to your majesty and has had
the honor to receive your majesty's
communication of yesterday stating
what your majesty would have said if
your majgy had been in the house of
commons. Viscount Palmerston may,
perhaps, be permitted to take the liber-
ty of saying that it is fortunate for
those from whose opinion her majesty
differs that your majesty is not in the
house of commons, for they would have
to encounter a formidable antagonist
in argument, although, on the other
hand, those whose opinions your majes-
ty approves would have had the sup-
port of a powerful ally in debate."
Disraeli when premier had a more
direct way in dealing with women.
One of them once attempted to get a
certain piece of Information from him.
He listened to what she had to say and
then answered, "Oh, you darling!"
'he Family Meal.
I consider the family meal to be
something much more sacred than
merely an act of satisfying hunger. To
mae it is the meeting ground of all fam-
ily joys and all family sympathies.-
Professor Von ~Herkom.er.

- n.ir,_I it, : < T r nri.rll gi ,. "i.
Iu.ha r,''t (1, (:0 1'! hiy on my ain.
"Go !t," .:.'t" mw'yu,.
As '. sr ,i'rg fT o"rth the II 11 gatet
!'.d rr'n ] r'" i;i' 1):i'. 1 axv"':ine %'" t .-'il
mg rar tils"'.1 1:r. It con-ta' nel oul. U
Dawv' ;'"ha- .
I spov,,-e' ,down.
,~'Ty!Ls." I sail, '"d'd you kiow n.
he tilr:e.(.,at fthat wn.: Dawcy?"
Phy!lis nr'sde1d.
"And whe:'e's Joe?" I de1onnled.
"I don't know.". roe,".,l" Pvilis; "'
old hIr'n 'No' last 'ig1't."
"And what i::ndoe l)D.awrcy fto!ilow us?
persis:e'. still u n,;" .tia:ed.
"I t''.ouu ht it wo'.ol a'. li' te ) t'' +
.xci.e:nent of thle chase," said Phylli.
dealing into the hollow of my arm, '":
re were to borrow the nmar.hno al
onine too. Don't you think it did?" '
But it didn't matter what I rio:-ght
'Ifr 'ou han.l't been perfectly b'i.
o he lhg ve guessed it last night," said *
.i '- _
tie. -

t Theory The It nin iantermeiM n
stage of.')evel opmlnnt.
The origin of col"red skin, or whit'
either, is still unknownL. If the sun :
really the active agent i its evolution.
he power of sunlight mutst have been
curtailed when people toou-to wear"n
clothes. ',. |
The slightest protection, as heeO i"
the use of ladies' veils, keeps th wh;.
skin pure. Therefore, if there' is 0;:.
protection afforded by notueal di:i.
skin. an equivale'nt is obthiniie' f,"
whit" people by tlhe use of (.Ih/Ot's. ':
il white ppl)pe begin to diso('rd c!'
!ng in the tropics their s-fn will nf
main w'rte.
Surnbx1rn roust not be ce'f )un '"
with p'gmEntntiOn of the skinn. Srnmo
burn is rnrely a tanning of the eni
'ernual cells on the surf,'ce of the sk;i
'.vi'reas pignmentation-'t V a r .ased ny '
dicpost of dark m;nttr. within t'r
*ieepir layers of the true skin.
Sunxi'ing ihe whoie evidence u i
"op.sidering* all atrg,' ;-nents (lerive.
front' hiito"y, nntirapplogy, et.nougy
'nid g rn"ra I ',-o!',to'n', it seem s t '''
that the colored s1in is at inte.!r'ei.
ary stage of d'.'ei-oi':!i('12 t;'etwcen ou-
pr:1-ate anfestr? an'. the lmre white .
>r ('aucnsi.an skill. My general con-
,ant ion is h.it wl!rte sfk;ined peopl-pl
*omc( from ti'e oMdest stocks of human-
'ty tv mnd thnt n ie lro;;(C'ess of evolution
thoy beennm >'h'e by 'he use of
lothes.--Dr. T. F. MIo"'onaIld.

They Were Not Mere inj.is, .'s als
of tlie l" The arenas of ancient ltraome we
not, as some pople 0 u( p )se. I'ie
rings or ovals, such as may be sect
in the modern cires. They wonr
broken up aid varied in characterr a,'
cording to thl nature of 'he- i, Li,
to be done or to thie caprices of t'uo.-
in authority. On one occasion an aren
aunigt resemble the Numilan' des.'ia
on another tlhe gm.rdoue of iies eridue.
thick set wits grove of trees a:;"l :
ing mounds, while again it pictured tht
great rocks aud cave:, of T nhrace.
r With. the-.e stuTOUd'li(.i.. the' il ctm..
atant;s adxohiticed, relct 't't I l,. o:i-;r".e,
h dlir u.. \ .r ;:,r;(- or kepit wiid lea.'-,
at l.ay .As o,-.i.,,ion offered or a; t e;
.ounII ,j,f or ;' .m Su," gg'ested. .M !';i 'm:l
bated ntot o;;ly witlh i,'" biOf'O (t )'it.;)'
brutes, but with suci mon.< e:'s as ele
pants, rhinoceroses, hi ;io;'oL.iniLu.e
and ('rcodhilh:5. On otter o(.'is~lini
flocks of game, su<(h a.- deer anil wa
ostriches, were abandoned to lihe multi
title, and in sonie caicn' tie' ;:":'lnj.
could be turned Into lakes. ii:L d winl
monsters of the deep. nnd upon the aun:
face of which naval engagements tooln
A (Cnsfnw-T "'re-'":-".
Beginning due west or Point Cor".',
tlon, on the C:rlf m'nia co:ist, and on '
tinuing at irr;'guar int rv:x'a as fo
south as the bny of ;"ods 8: Smtos, i-
Lower California, lie the C(hannmel '-
lands. In this ideal r-eg:on for tr'
yachtsman, the lish'rn;a;n and t'
hunter one comes to feel like a nr'-,'
Crusoe on his primitive isle. And, in
very truth, Crusoe's senn!xyt hical at')
ry was enacted upont one of these sar,
Islands, though minus the mann Fri:;.Q
and the happy ending. The castaway
in this case was a woman, a Danish
emigrant, left ashore through someae
mischance by the crew of a ye ;s'l that
had sought shelter behind itn Nicho
las during a storm in thle eatly fifties.
For over seventeen years lte lone crei-
ture lived unsought and forgotten,
though the time at length came when



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H ihnd i t oe ] test ai llt lost comipleie
Tand .1ow- for' wom-kin plants in the garden. It

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oh the blade is attached keeps it in the
rou nd, and the depth of plowi inug is regulated
by lifti un" the iharidls. A boV or girl of teno
'C. I-a Thandle it ,,ith piorftet ease It has a
24-inh steel wheel, the height of w which make
lire plow light of draft. It ha? five blades:l i5
[uninl mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweep or wooeeding
b lade. 4 a bull-toniue, 5 a rake Wrench
Switi e'1ach plow.
S-. XV( h'e hanve made arrangements by
wh -cl] we can firni ll-' this plto' "t
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a Roo ,w. Va, writes: They ieR iuive el sa' -
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Ina rac 'e of 23 y3 ars, r have fi,!l nF re e. yo
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northwest quarter of section 10, town-
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adjoining Millville on the south. Will be
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A mnin never loves n woman so well
as when tie has bee' able to come to
i5(> rescue.-Alice Woods iliimn< n
Thie nain with an opinion is shunned
,s tho.ugu he carried about him the
'prmus of infectious disease.--Alfred
I never can make out why those can-
lid people who always say what they
Ii:t'k have such unpleasant thoughts.-
.arlic (Girand.
Unless a man believes in himself he
nay as well be buried immediately
"or i'c w irl'. --- idn'oy Allnutt.
The man ,-ho hopes for nothing will
.'ner-n;lly attempt nothing. "Tomor-
ow" should always fling its light of
promise upon today.- --ev. Silas K.
flocking. ,
Since iih grd'en of Eden men have
akenr a g' ol (i. ai ,no' pleasure in nlay-
,n' blame on thar wives than in layin'
blapne on the devil.--Elien Glasgow.
Courtesiles of the Street.
A hansom cab driver had just picked
up a fare and was driving furiously
along a crowded street when thie wheel
of his cab just managed to graze a
horse which a very thin youth was
"Now, then, can't yer see me?" bawl-
ed out the latter angrily.
"No," was the reply; "yer wh!p's in
front of yer. "-London Tit-Bits.

Why lie Wanted a Tenner.
Application was made at half a
dozen stores before the man could get
one ten dollar bill for his roll of oneOS,
"I don't see," said the man's com-
panion, "why you went to all that
trouble. You are going to pay the
money right over to your tailor. Why
didn't you give him the one dollar
"1Because it would make a bad im-
pression," was the reply. "I am broke,
but I don't want hih to know it. When-
ever you get in that lix pay your debts
In the largest bills that you can get
hold of. It enhances your value In the
esatmation of tradesmen and paves
the way for furtiher credit. A fellow
will think a heap more of you if you
pay with one live dollar bill than with
Live ones. A handful of chicken feed
Indicates that you have had to hustle
around pretty lively to get the money
and that there isn't much left where
that came from. A man who really
has money can afford to 1.:y In pennies
if he feels like it, but he who has little
can keep up his credit only by using
large bills."--New York Press.
The Man Eatltw flattia.
The man aithr -t tBattas of North
Sumniatra have a I:.' ril t*y.yt.m They
make use of hollow tree trunks at
Lic; .'a..1. and these prr'.itilv letter
boxes are largely patronized by young
men and women, who read and write
and correspond in a du'grnadd native
script, which 1-- traced on palm leaves
in vertical lines that run upward and
from left to right. These Battas,
though undoubted cannibals, are skilled
In agriculture and in raising stock.
They form large communities, have
an 0,,'.iirn.-1 government, hereditary
chiefs, pop'rul.r assemblies and a writ-
ten civil and penal code. Their pictur-
esque dvr.!; n-. have been compared to
Swiss chalets, and the ground floor in
reserved for their live stock. For their
skill in ironwork, pottery and weaving
they are probably indebted to Hindoo
teaching, and their repulsive habit is
combined with a belief in a triune
leity, Creator. Preserver and Destroyer,

"A Soft Answer," Etc.
Mrs. Btisybody--Goodby, dear Mrs.
Winsom. Before I go I think it is my
duty to tell you that your husband
was seen In a very questionable place
,,f ent-rfujniint last night. Mrs. Win-
s ,' '!' Sorry to hear that! I
"4 .- ttrt is where they went when
your hi -l'ans called for him.

A Moot P'oilt.
"Ti-, Mothers' club is to discuss an
important question tioluorrow after-
."What is t!hat?'"
"Is oLe jnttifir.i in proio:sing the
moon to a baby who cries for it?"-
Brooklyn Life.




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He invites the ptlfchasing public to call,

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