Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: October 26, 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: VID00231
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
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U. S. Senator-1st district, S. R. Mal-
.lory, Pensacola; 2d District, J. P.
Tallafero, Jacksonville.
Representatives-1st District S. M.
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d District.
Frank Clark, Lake City; 3d District,
W., B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
Land Otffi -R-egister, W. G. Robin-
son; Receiver, H. S. Chubb, Gaines-
ville. I +Ial, i.
State-Governor, N. B. Broward; Sec-
retary, H. C. Crawford; Treasurer,
W. V.' Knott; *ttorney-General, W.
SI. Ellis; Comptrollert, A. J. Croom;
Supeiintenilent. of Public Instrue-
tion, W. M. Holloway; Commission-
er of Agriculture, B. E. McLin.
State Senator, S.-W. Clark, Blounta-
S.. town. "
a ashinti- County-Representative,
A W A.ran,'hVeY; County JuJge,
S J. R, Wells; Clerk of Court, County
,' Clerk, Recorder of Deeds, W. C.
Lockey; Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Ver-
non; Deputy, C. H. Danford; Tax
Collector, Jno. R. Thompson, St.
Andrew; Treasurer, Louis H. Howell,
Veinon; Tax Assessor J. W. Bowen,
Duunea; GCi;y Suv:eSintendent, B.
. G i-.ei, \\ :au; S .r-ByT or, Thos.
,-Co .-, V n.r: C Commis-
sioneri-, S-. Fy.Swvinial, Vernon; A.
L. Ha-n',, ('vey;, J. M. Porter,
\ Econmina; J. Hi. Wesley, Point Wash-
'inton; EJton Singleton, Nixon.
St. Andrews-Justice of the Peace,-
John Sturrock; Notaries, W. A. Em-
mons, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk,
Circuit Court, W. A. Emmons;
g. School Directors, G. W. Surber, Sr.,
P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis-
tress, Zadie H. Ware.
St11illville-Postmaster, Henry Bovis;
Constable, J. H. Daffin,
Par er-Postmaster and Notary Publie
U . Parker.
Callaway-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
Saunders-Postmaster, R. Peters.
Allanton-Postmaster, Andrew Allan.
Andersoiu-Postmaster, S. W. Ander-
West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
Murfee-Postmaster, James M. Murfee,
tGay-Postmiistress, Mrs. R. Gay.
Tompkins- Postmaster, Emery Tomp-
Bayhead-Postmaster, 0. C. Tompkins.
.;'ook_-iPostmaster, J. J. Fowler.
Wetappo-Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.

Calhoun County Cromanton-Postmas-
ter Frank W. Hoskins.
jFarmdale-Postmaster, W. F. Wood-
The northern malls, via, Anderson,
Gay, Bay HIeatLand Chipley departs
every day except Sunday at 3:00
o'clock-a. ni., arrives every day ex-
cept Sunday at 7:15 p. m.
East .Bay nirt for Harrison, MIilville,
CromanhMn, Parker, Pittsbuirg. Cook,
Faridale -and Wetappo leaves St.
S ever uy uorininlg except Sun-
y .i d,, .ock,-.-rrhvesr coming '
west it ( RELIGIOUS.
Ba .tit-Cliurch Wyoming ave. front-
ig Pa-rk St. Services ot 11 a. m. and
6..Au p. m. Sunday School every Suin
ay :at 30 a. m. Rev. C. L. Joyner,
Me-tnodist Episcopal-Chumch WasW-
S ington ave. and Chestnut st, Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday.
Rev. J. M. Conway, pastor.
.'resbyterian-Church corner Lorainr
Ave. and Drake St, Rev. 0. C. Dbl-
phy, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
i a.'m. every Sunday, John Stur -
rock, Supt.
S Catholic-Church corner Wyoming
Ave. and Foster St.

Parker Lodge No. 142
A?. & A. I2,/.
/ / Regular Coininmuni-
/-:A i_- cations on the hilst
G '.. .aind third Satnurday
/ .\. in each month.
V\ Visitinlg Brotlielr
W. A. EMMoNsSecretary


Deputy C'-r.nt Court Clerk and Notary
Public for the State at Large; has
jurisdiction to administer oaths, take
affidavits, 1 i.":l'- acknowledg-
i luenc 'i.r e~ 'in->.' ; Florida.
v i . l >; :-
-Oii, at aL. ,.' i e. A2 d!rews

AT':01.: AT LAW, Vernon, Fla.
.gtiPrompt-and care ul attention given
to all matters submitted to my caree.
Attorney at Law,
Vernon, Fla.

Notary Public for State at large. Of
ficee at Store, corner of Loraine ave-
nue and Cincinnati st, All Notarial
work solicited -and given prompt at-
Physician and Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of Bayview, offers his profes-
sional services to the citizens of St.
Andrews and vicinity. Residence on
Buena Visia avenue.

DR. J. J. lKSTER,,
omnioto-4qllic Physician and Accou-
cheur. Utice Pioneer Drug Store,

Notary Puilic for the State of Flor-
ida at L..oL-e. Otice at Parker, Fla.
Conveyancing and payment of taxes
for non-residents, specialties.
1C-(kcits iqnd Thackeray.
"I onrie hila-lin, meeting Dickens at
*Cha:sworth. H, left the day of my
arrival," writes Levesoif*Gower In his
memoirs. "Thackeray came that same
afternoon and was anxious to hear
mbout Dickens' visit. He wondered
whether he had toadied the duke very.
.much. My Impression Is that, though
proe-4sinug to be friends, these two
great uoveilsts did not care much for
one another."

One Dollar a Year in Advance,

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


Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
month. Position and extraordinary
.condition rates subject to special
"Local Drift," 5c per line, first inser-
tion,; 24c each' subsequent. Display
locals double above rates., '

'If this paragrap-h ii checked with a
bluepencirit'is a reminder that your
subscription has expired and that two
or three extra numbers will be sent
you that no break may occur should
you choose to renew.

-vy Or QTHE`C

Branch President-Mrs. W. A. Emmons.

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

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

Motto-Good Cheer.
Colors-Yellow and White
State color-Deep Orange. '
- FINwer.--Coreoptis.
Song-- Scatter Sunshine."

The murmur of a waterfall
A mile away,
The rustle when a robin lights
Upon a spray,
The lapping of a lowland stream
On clipping boughs,
The sound of grazing from a herd
Of gentle cows,
The echo from a wooded hill
Of cuckoo's call,
The quiver through the meadow grass
At evening fall.

Too subtle are.these harmonies
For pen and rule;
Such music is not understood
By any school,
But when the brain is overwrought,
It hath a spell,
Beyond all human skill and power
To make it well.

The memory of a kindly word
For long-gone by,
The fragrance of a fading flower
Sent lovingly,
The gleaming of a sudden smile
Or sudden tear,
The warmer pressure of the hand,
The tone of cheer,
The hush that meant, "I cannot speak,
But e 'st I took,"
Thu note that only bears a thought
From Creation's book;
Such tiny things we hardly count
As ministry;
The givers deeming they have shown
Scant sympathy;
But when the heart is overwrought,
Oh, who can tell
The power of such tiny things
To make it well'
-Frances Ridley Hayergal.

What I look to is a time when the
impulse to help our fellows shall be
as immediate and irresistible as that
which I teel to grasp something firmt
if 1 am falling.-George Eliot.

Wherever you looi. through history
for great success-for really perma-
nent success-you will find that the
successful man is the man whose
strongest feeling is not for himself
bnt for others. And when you find
the great man falling, sinking into
littleness, you will find that egotism
bred of success has caused atrophy of
his human instincts, changing his in-
terest in others to peisoial vanity,
ending his success and usefulness.

I have seen people in good homes
begin to pick over the delicacies on
the table before they were fairly seat-
ed, and take the best of everything.
You may be sure that they strain ev-
ery nerve to be first upon the spot.

It is vulgarity that prompts such
conduct, for well-bred persons do not
desire to seize everything in sight 1l
even pick out the best. It is the
same spirit of coarseness that impel.
men And women to jostle their weak-
er neighbors in a scramble foi a train
or street-car, and causes thm to ig-.
nore plain directions that would make
everybody more comfortable. When n
conductor who is trying to do his
duty, directs the passengers to leave
by the front dooi, that a wailing
crowd may enter the rear end of the
car, none but ill-bred persons woul-1
-do anything else but comply .with :he
req eT." ...

And if thy life on earth,
In the chamber or by the hearth,
'Mid the crowded city's tide,,
Or high on the lone hillside,
Thou canst cause a thought of peace,
Or an aching heart to cease,
Or a gleam of joy to burst
On a soul in sadness nurst;
Spare not thy hand, my child;
Tho' the gladdened shall never know
The well-spring amid the wild,
Whence the waters flow.
-George Macdonald.

The contemplation of married life
is always a pleasant anticipation,
generally a sweet dream that paints
a picture of charming beauty. The
life itself is a reality, and like all lite,
has its clouds and its storms. The
malried relation is the most exacting
and, in some respects, the hardest to
bear. It is so because we must
meet whatever is disagreeable in it
and bear with it. It. all other rela-
tions, we may, to a greater or less
extent, turn away foni the disagieea-
ble and free ourselves Iromt the.tor-
ture of contemplating it. We cannot
do it in married life. The young girl'
who is led. to 'the marriage altar
knows little of the world. She i6 a
dteatier. She enters into the niost
M'lenin contract that she will ever
quake, as if i v'bre a picnic or the
gayety of .the dance.. \'Vben. .1ho
awakes. from her dream the pictures
that have thrilled her with pleasure
may have been turned to t(lihe wall,
and she finds that she is chained to a
reality that in many respect is glliing
and heart breaking.
One man led her to the altar; quite
another man led her from it. bhlie
married an angel if men ever are an-
gels-but le has lost his wings, and
by her side is one who has so many
imperfections that, perhaps, she can
scarcely count them. Maybe she cries.
Perhaps she may cry herself into her
grave, or live on while the tears wash
the rosy blush of beauty from her
cheek, and an old womatn. at 35 or 40
years longs lor the peace and rest of
the grave. In tile vast majority of
cases she could have changed all this
and made thle flowers bloom where the
briars are now the thickest. She made
the mistake in the first plac-pardon.
able, perhaps, because of her youth
and inexperience-of supposing that
anybody on earth is perfect. Likely
her second mistake was in exaggerat-
ing the defects in her husband's con-
duct and character, and attempting
to remove them by fault-finding, and
twe worst mistake, probably, was in
not going to him and opening her
heart to him. Faminily jars generally
come from very trifling matters.
Most of the divorces are tlhe r-sult of
little misunderstandings and insignifi-
cant words and actions, which, it they
were noticed in children, would in-

sure them.1 a good spanking.
It may be hard for a wife to recog-
nize that her judgment or sentiment
has deceived her, anil still harder for
her to go to the man in whom she has
seen sO inucll that is admirable, and
tell himu that hei is not what she slip-
pused he was. b1ut it is the thing for
her to do. There are few nien who
will not listen to love and reason, and
even when there is no immediate evi-
dence of an impression having been
made, the evidence will come sooner
or later. Frank talks between Lus-
band and wife work wonders.
The moral ot the above lesson is:
Drive the clouds from the home by
letting in the Sunshine at every
opening.-Amelia Anderson.
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It is a low motive that piompts one
to do a good act either in fear oat
punishment or hope if reward.
We should think, a.t and do with

only the ]highest motive."
% ill become very powerful
All gleat souls work '
sale, with little :r no -l(i
beings become the tremea'
eurs ol the world, and wl "U
nitt for the rewards So .lb
their work \\rll, they 'r
greatest reward. .
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. L'op.i ri bt, 1, by Fatu p lW sripm,.eas. varsity." ..'."
......- --.*.--. "That will be nUi-e," said Jitn, we-i-.l.
Jane came slowly doWn thA e ,,t. way,. "Nicel It'l I)* n-u-t i' I can 11. I
hesitated a moment at the llI.ary door, say, you're looking ni"ty ti t'ugight.
o en eIA o, Jane; been rubl.,iu l vz,,r b.h -l.': \Y,'\r
then gave herself ia iueultl jdush and eyes are as shiny"--
entered. eyes are as shiny -
entered. ; ..... "*How mean. Hobby! .\.m tI.-.y .'-
"I'm sorry I've kept you; waiting," rally so dull?" Jane giggled nervously,
she said sweetly, trailing oier violet "Why did you look at the clock, Mr,
chifions acros-s the I.oli.-.1'd 4loor. The Thurston?"
big man beside the fireplace ignored "My train leaves at 11," said Thur -
preliminaric-:. He looked, from her ton gloomily.
eyes to the cluster uf doubi". violets "Going away, Thurston?" queried
on her breast. Bobby, with interest. "Where?'
"I see you got my flowa--and the "South Carolina."
nessae." "Mr. Thurston is leaving on--to live
She nodded. 'The violets ,are dear- there," put in Jane hopefully.
and I'm sorry you're g_-'lu1a -ay. "Oh, I say, that's great." Her effort
isn't for long, is it?"' Nith tinail esita. died unnoticed. "South Carolina's a
tion. fine old place. I was there one sunm-
"-1or g .od and all. I lea-e, tonight mer. I tell you what, Thurston. they
on the 11 o'clock train, so that I haven't have the prettiest girls you ever saw.
much time." Jolliest, brightest things -not a bit
"Oh, tonight!" said Jane and sat stiff. A fellow can have a mighty good
down with apparent indifference and a time there."
real need for support. "I suppose so," said Jane stiffly. "I
IIe leaned one eibow ointhe mantel- dare say you had a good time there
shelf and towered over her. yourself. Was that the summer you
"They've given me a Idc'tltnl :l place were spelled from college? I should
in South Carolina. It's what I have not think, Bobby, that you would care
been waitin-. for, and it'-, come like a to talk about it."
shot. I only got'the appointm-ent to- "Well, for heaven's sake!" cried the
day." Injured Bobby.
"I congratulate you," 11aM Jane, won- Thurston looked at the clock again,
during what the-re was ih the world to wi h ostentation.
live for, after ill. 1 "Won't you play the 'Serenade' for
IHe looked at her )r,a min:," nl in me?" asked Jane desperately.
silence, and she looked at lier violet:-, "You know I can't play anything but
through ai queer grayish iniL. The Clood Old Summer Time,' with
- "Jane," lie said at last, "you know :vtwo fingers, and I'm too shy to play
what it is I wait to a k0.you, don't before people."
you" "' "I menuat Thurston, Bobby," ,explain-
Jane's heart- nii. se a- t,. u-i the grl, with -"' 'A;'.i sweetness.
countably, theli tirob -. the~r..d ti 1 wu t wYu cnn play." -,
makeup for lost time 'l$be tried. to .Thurston l.' -uilv o."-' tO til-l
speak. - Z ":. i'i d1 (;-'" hi; h.,; u > t1 1 i
"Ja-ane,". -called a -vr.v In the hall. Nys w bi ,'.*.? v. :. i' ,.1 -:,
"Where are you, Jani';r 5 ak en:'mlavetlh in his .. . -l
"She's in the library ,v ne heard her H.no liAgetCed h irh s. KHe stru'c1k ev-
sister answer. "Sister,Irhtee's Lillian." rel hlavy cbords, then begaulthe ten-
"Just a minute," pleaded Jane half it 'r ut m otone of the "-Serenade," but
aloud and ran out. of the i-oom. l' e1rm'2 rtiO i-ritn'Nti, vibrating to his
Thurton heard a mur 'ur of voices 2' e j'.rrd the iiarnny and
In the hall. 'hur:iton;, bra-kiug off with a discri-tl-
"I won't stay-no, nd d, I won't," :ant 'ras.h, sw-nug ro:nd iupon the stool.
said one, and another, J e's own, an- "1I .Cin't play tonight," "he said viciou-
swered-he realized wi satisfaction, ly, ret.rniing to the fireplace.
not quite regretfully -- wish you ""Why, you were doing fine," said
would." Bobly, vyith police surprised. '"You' .-
There was a soft flurr of sklrts, a to.y r, oiet .b lt i.'"
nervous little laugh, an iJane came Thuri;ton set his tooth, squaned lIP
slowly back Into the room shoulders and looked at the -lmhk. It
"It was Lillian." she exp lned. -We wvau ngh up'on the clevenuth holr.
run in on each other at p hours, and "''. ,'lin," lie1 beganl grhily. "1
she didn't know you were ere, so she am lai:'g upon the 11 o'eock train
wouldn't"-' toi gh.L 'Tli : i- ti- lIst op)poti'i.y'
"I haven't much time," said Thur- I sh- I have of sein... M. Vs'is.
ston gently. "Let's not waite It on Ll- When you e:(n!' luv I was about to vskl
lian. Do you remember *hat I was her to 1i1n,-'ry me. I Pi g-)'ong to lasi;
saying?" heor nv,'. Vill you deftr your visit, or
Jane remembered. Jo ynu ,ar-' to h-l;'r me"' .Jano gas,,'-d:
"Tell me, then," said the,'nau. -Is it 0o d(i I!'tby, the g-.od lhearid ibi-h
worth while my saying it-don't we"-- Icier.
"Some one's coming," brjthc-d Jane, '"Oh,- I iy," 'e began, spr,"iuI t)
and Thurston released heryThands just hi. f.et in (dre'st (confuion, "I'm ini
in time. end sorry. I wouldn't have dono it
"Jane," said a build vo!ec from th, for the world. What a duffer l've
door, "the maid -aild your uaothler wa- been. I'm awfully sorry."
here. Why do you have tie room so ",1o am I," said Thurston.
dark, child? I (an't see a fing. VWh. "I- hadn't an Idea"-
don't you light another lawm i' "So It seems," interrupted the older
"Oh, Aunt Jane." cried he-r Lamne man, with suppressed rage, "but since
sake, stepping forward wita weak ef I have suggested one to you"-
fusiveness and presentlIngya dutlEul "Oh, Bobby," cried Jane, with a
cheek to be kissed. "Tl itJ lMr. 'ihur- hysterical little laugh.
ston-you remember him, 0i't you?" "Young ass," muttered Thurston,
"Oh, yes," said Aunt Jait, "yes, in- taking a step toward Jane. Bobby
deed. I suppose you're onr of the In- fled incontinently and the door slam-
diana Thurstons? I had ;1 very dear med behind him.
friend once, Harriet Barnes, who mar- Thurston caught Jane and the vio-
ried a Thurston from Irijfana' Any jets and the violet chiffons in his arms,
connection of yours?" crushing them close.
"Not that I know- at- "We don't have to say it; we know,"
ston, with tense politeness. 'wVe> aio a he declared exultingly.
New York family." "Yes," said Jane with a laugh that
"I never heard of that branch," said was more than half a sob, "but we
Aunt Jane, with an air that discredited wanted a chance to say It anyhow."
it at once. "Where did you say your A bit of coal fell from the fire to the
mother was, Janie?" hearth with a tiny crash.
"Upstairs, dear Aunt Jane. She'll be "Was that a step in-the hall?" mur-
so glad"- mured Jane. But she did not move.
"Are you quite well, Janic?" asked T N W AN THIN
the old lady suddenly. "Your cheeks THEONEWHO CAN DQTHINGS
are so flushed and your hands are There la Always a Demand For the
quite cold; you're not .Lhv,.!;-.,. are Exceptional Man.
you? She's suuh an imlii-tudent thin Progressive employers are always
".A- T an"alld vc looking for the exceptional man or
Alewoman, the one who cari step out from
head of the stairway.- And Aunt Jane the crowd and d things in an original

They waited till the door. had closed way, -'ho can economize in processes,
behind her. "Another half hiom' gone," who can facilitate business. They are
said Thurston, with- angry tendorness. always looking for the earmarks of
"Your hands are cold and your cheeks leadership, of superior ability. They
the prettiest pink. Is' It because are looking for the progressive em-
yo"-- ployee with new ideas who can help
"Oh, wait," she pleaded, drawing them to be more of a success. They
away from him. "I'm sure I heard know very well that they can get any
some one in lhe hall-please," number of automatons-multitudes
"I don't care if the whole world were who will do a thing just well enough
Just outside the door, and it apparently to keep their places-but they are look-
Is." said Thurston.. "I' want you to lug for originality, individuality, for

answer the question I've been trying up to date methods. They want em-
to ask all the evening-will you'i"- ployees who can put things through
"There is some one," whispered Jane with vigor and determination, without
hysterically,- and flinging,h self into lIam-ing. whiniuiag. apologizing or ask-
a chair just as Bobby MMartin, noisily ing questions. Nothing can bar the ad-
cheerfai-ai-d e-fwe- ome, burst vancement of vinpl-,yve.- of this kinil.
into the room. I Nobody (can keep them down. If by
"Just got a wire," he c led gayly. chance some one above you is actually
"Passed my exams. Jaun I kniew trying to prevent your promotion for

.'-i .:'iS. it uugat to be very
I: .l';tir i:'- I yon to know thit lie is
SIr. i, i.t ,). b.uk and should
* '- l t!i :jn-,r. 1-il t.-'nAiii -d to
*" : .i. l. I i ;i ''tty v.'.dl Indica-
I u i I ..... ;- -''ril reason for Ih!.
'',.ii ., I r..i it i .'-, lim ateriial iu you
i' I i' .. 'J1 'I should en-
*. r. ,! ,11 i . t..:r you e forts to
'* ,, .',, *v'l ,,"*' i '.i. to sta opl) such
I i "1'',~i i'': ih '" J,.r',, i i .'I'.V you touch,
LI; .1 i-l--!' ,I.i-lh better than
I ng to l.,-)p you
i I I i -i !i ;plea'.saater, so
i ,. .' II.. i --ti t it v-'ll be,
., .' .f ; e t vhen you will
i. i '. ,,y 'i i-,e striving for, or
i er c-*-" -Oriion Swett
S i : ', M.i rine.-

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.ii,'.., liU.,it -cy:s was hardly what
t-;ouldi 1e ti3ted t popu, ia'. 'Tall, hand-
l. i l,, in i a t.rk, (.o!0 I tylpe of beauty,
& ie \Va-s muhl udmaiired, and tlhe doctors
til r,'.pe i r tid h iir c'ea,'r. keen intelli-
",ei a-Di. '-n1 ilv' ability. But the
1':iiuli'n s I r. d',irt'- i her wilt evident
X"). N.) ul ti' Ig'edi leri to come aund sit
ior .' J 1 ''}' i lii ci-odhsJIe.
\.t'; ]i :'. ',-;;:<,,',4 iK .^-ir i rdo3
ily* : ,- !- '.-v t :'iiy i i;nntit ma-
c]iiL;--,e .I" tndild ail'A (t :I d for.
it v,-\it o tr \. t ):- k to pi)eo itonIId th do-
11g .' t VIii&. ', 'h:it liOi''e could be re-
qin i l of lir'. Ad thAidt'ii (:ne day a
.,c -, i ,ipl--- I.,ille inor'. l of a child
\vais < -.:.T I luo the va'ard, and- Mi-;s
ulhnie~r', p ('.ei;' ncoi'i-ced a strange sou-
satioit. T'e i. t:ue eyes looked aplpenl-
ingly !itu leri; the thin little a mis
were t-c e.e':i.,d'. '-"Moly loni-sonif,"
inumiritiiud a;. b i by voe. And Mis:;
Hiiumnllii'ly-.., r". ilTr sih.-uicnl t.ilely,. lbenIl
and kis.e' th, lily f'(ce. c
From tht daiy a new life I.- :,in for
th-e i;r'-. All thie pent up tenderness
of yA art, all the starved affection of
the wv.onman's heart, sternly repressed
for so loing, were unstintedly) lavished
u,i)on the chihl. It was a bad case
Mi s Iumpihreys flung- herself witli
tirile's one'rgy ,into the tUattlW with.
-denati. Molly c'uld not ldie; sle must
not rie. AlidJ I,:- v. iu The fatal cris;.
wa.i; p!ias--o.d, tl- l;ti'e lii' i.6egan to
ii.l-i, n Its ijud oin e i- tieuce., Miss
Humphreys irejoicdd until oaq ;-day.
tniale a ILId.deli, lmost uuwelcomQM
hll ,.,i.t. ., 1. y ;"..j oit" a of doi cr;"
Molly was. rpoWhig well; Molly would-
soon oave the hospital aund go 'b nme.
Miss' Huiuphmuy-Vstt'ite anud tried to
banish the th,'uglit. But it would not
go. It pursued her,' obsessed her, be-
came a nightmare. '
Outside the big ward was a small
room where Miss Humphreys some-
times sat. Late one afternoon she
was there, still haunted by the thought
of MoHy's departure. It seemed ter-
ribly near. How could she let Molly
go back to that aunt-that narrow
faced, hard eyed woman-from whom
the child palpably shrank upon the oc-
caslons of her rare visits? Was she
unkind to the little thing? Miss Hum-
phreys wondered.
A sudden sense of discouragement
possessed the nurse. Molly was nearly
convalescent, yet to the doctor Miss
IHumphreys had' dilated at length upon
unfavorable symptoms, inherent weak-
nesses, and this morning, this very
morning, she had deliberately altered
the temperature line on the patient's
chart. That was unpardonable. She
had fancied that the doctor had looked
at her rather oddly.as he returned the
chart. Did he suspect anything? Must
she let her go--this child with Tom's
name and with Tom's own blue eyes?
Where had Molly found them? The
aunt, a dry, uncommunicative person,
only said that the child's mother was
dead. Molly babbled of a daddy al-
most always from home. The idea had
once flashed across Miss Humphreys'
mind that Tom himself might be this
daddy, but she had dismissed the sug-
gestion as too improbable. There were
doubtless thousands of Brennans.
It brought the man to her mind, how-
ever. Tom! Where could he be? He
had loved her once. Why ha4 she>let
him go? Miss Humphreys looked about
the "plain little room, thought of the
ward beyond. S%,, had sent Tom away,
had left her home, come to New York
and catered the training school,
worked, denied herself, suir'-red, in-
spired, sustained by no ignoble am-
Well, she had succeeded. She had
achieved her goal. Was she not head
nurse in this busy hl'a it:il ward?
Again her eyes travcied around the
dreary little room. Was this then
what her ambitious meant, a solitary
woman gi'owing old alone? Miss
Hiumphroieyls, tired and depressed, knew
that she was morbid; sought to shake
it off, but the feeiing was too su'ong
for her. T'ie reaction from the years
of effort had set in, and all at once a
wave of heartslckness seemed to stub
merge her iu its (I d.ths, forcing the
unaccustoined tears to her dark eyes.
Miss Humphreys 'ir'-r',i a little sob.
Was what she had won worth the
sacriflees demanded? Did life hold no
more than this?
The sound of voices outside the door
roused her. The doctor was "i,,'lting.
"So I thought It best to aeud for you
yourself and explain matters," he was
saying. "She is one off ur best nurses
in l(is wo'kld ,li': ,iif d day to save-

your child. Indeed, that the .-blhl lived
nt all is 1.,rely due to her uitth'hli- vig-
ian'ne. P-ut Uicr'o is no reason now
why Molly should nbt leave the hospi-
tal. It sometimes happen, however,
t"., a nurse take-3 a fancy to a,.a:etlnt

and tries to keep him overtime, There-
fore I preferred that you yourself
slomild come and remove Molly. I
would not wish to hurt Miss Hum-
phreys' f.ielligs,'" he added kindly, for
he was a humane man and could sym-
pathize with the dullue s of wi" nurse's
life:' "We all thilpk so much of Miss

"Miss Humiphreys," rep.mated the man.
And at the Ni-ce the woman started
and clasped hir hands over her hbart.
"Miss ITuflhniirlvyi. you say? Could-
could I see her?"
1 lin .1 )'tor considered a moment. "I
Ihardly think that she is on duty now,"
he said slowly. "Oh," with a sudden
recollection, "she often sits in that lit-
tie room. I'u-'illy she may be there
,A> 3re-riinne i entered lhe sprang up,
!O'n l i hhii. cud for a moment they

i-;' .e ;.I MWA'bl Tkl yb -e

,' il. It i I." ,'.r an '. rl'' .. tr.ilt,
i,.. --'.> ,. ;i ,' ," ,. *i,,'iil,] i,"' Il 'iihn.n'r. "I
L l.,. 4 1,, t .o ip h<,jlji,.,l." B ut he did
nIot scen to hear lber.
"-;arg.i'et, oh. M -;! r 'r 1'vh,.' repeat-
e-1 ieiow 4L, breath. She W.,s far more
lovely than he h.id ever seeu her, with
that new, sofiaued expresslou, the tear.
ai'- s; s; lll ('ii4, in4 to,) her long black
lkim:s. Stf', little her head.
';-So 1;.U N h.vre (icoil tl take Molly
a:i a't.." she said iu-iply. The man start-
cd. t .:d (qi ite I.')r'otteii the child.

i.i' 2 -it; i h.m -i !L:, i,:'i.I i,-ii;'CSe- i "lie ;.d'" -'
I 1.-. I .. ," rit.,poljuJed Mi;-;a iuaI i /
"e;. -he is *iito well," She
,-.i n si-. t.',igh.L ahead, her dark'
1:'c !;-.! 1 --tnLh a L ni k, un.ceinig look,
Ue w;v''t!I g. V.way :'alin. Molly would
, awv,ay. \Vhait wa.s there left for
:irt T 'lhe duu-tjr Lin.'w wh:At she had
t. f n.g-h i:,t have to leave the
h-( 'pinl. But sl:o did not care about
h:,i. Ir'.-'n'-,u to ":ag trot;" he cried; "oh ,"Margaret,
w-'yv did you send me from you?" .
There was a ,whole lifetlinm of pain
and yearning iuithe man's voice and
Miss Humphreys' heart gave a sudden
throb. HIe had 'not entirely forgotten
her then.* The image of that othet *
woman had not entirely obliterated her
"I-I d.'n't knoww" she faltered, feel-
ing like a silly schoolgirl. Her usual v
c-ilni stlf possession was gone. The
doctors woul'J not have 'r'qcognl .
theix cool,-cap"ale wtrs -e I

'wa.'." A sud(l .I
spraug to the blue eyea. "o'
know," -he repeated. 7 ltt y- i
there be a chance 9'. me 'atr .,'
he askeJ squarely. Miss Hul'rreys,'.
sobbingT, lid stink into i ch(itt. The' r
man lut.- ovior and with soft flrigers /
reverently touched the shilnng hAfr. ,
"I-I loved my wife," he said loyal- -
ly. 'She was a dear, mweet dsil. Dut -
you were my first love and I' could -
never quite forget. You have sdved
Molly for me," he added unuteaitly,
"but she needs you still-we both need
you. Won't you come and make us
happy, sweetheart?" a sudden Inten-'
sity deepening- the strong voice.
"Won't yon, dear?"
And Miss Humphreys whispered

-TFhe Salaainder.
In Andrews' "Ane'cdotes Ancient and
Modern" (G7tI3) -;;toe. reads, "Should a
glass house fire be kept up, without ex-
tinction for a longer term than seven
years, there is no doubt but that sala-
manUler would be generated in the
cindern." This probably accounts for
the popular idea that a salamand *r
lives in the tire, a fallacy so far re-
moved from the truth that the curious
lizard-like beast so called cannot ei-
d're even the heart of the sun, but
skulks away under stones to avoid It.
It will inevir oSe its reputation for
fire e:'in.'. though, which lingers still
in the heating utensil that is 1iaiued
after it.

Doine In A#-vrnce.
Artist-I sold a pliiture yesterday.
Friend-Ah! What hlte you going to do,
with the money?' Artlst-It's already
done with. My hin-'lady l'onight It for
salf' the board- b!l I owed ber.

The Better


The tissues of the throat'are
inflamed and irritated; you
cough, and there is more irrita-
tion-more coughing. You take
a cough mixture and it eases the
irritation-for awhile. You take -


and it cures the corld.--That's
", ha~ is necess;iary.- Itsoothes'the
throat because it reduces the
irritaition; cures the cold because
it drives out the inflammation;
builds up the we;ktnLd tissues
because it nourishes thr.iii back
to their nattrial sti'ngth. That's
how'Scott's Emulsion dtals with

a sore throat, a cough, a cold,
or bronchitis.
SCOTT ia 0ow r ,, 0ee
SCOTT 6 BWk, Nw Qlw~



__ CII_ _I


NO. 2.
%' - o


The schr. Lncy H. returned 8atnr.
Jay from a ho rt fishing crnise, e-
pariing fairly goud msnccesa.
The str. Ta'p<.n arrived from Car-
rabeil-e and A palateicola, Thnrsday,
amd pirocede, to Mobhile, where, pro-
Lably, she will be required to remain
five day. ast quarantine before being
permititod to !and at the city wharfs


'i-ted in splendid e,.,dilion to take ex-
eu'rsimJ" or ;.ssitigers to any point on.
the Bay or Gulf. (,God cabin protection
in thile event of had weather. Terms reas-
olrable. Also, .
L' 1p1. it I (1,(0)10 ft-. t if Lumber will Ferry
I 1-r&iet 1 Farmi.J. ic ind Allarsloii. ,,I, Ei-t
.%t a:,.J ,ii 1ii t .i rti.igliht of' ev'ryv d,-
-.r il ii.lu.i live st, I, any
., t!;r ff r. Aiij .:.. e B..v. Fir p rti u-.
1.I -4, ,1 11re 4 1\'. F. \%.0 FOr, io), 'a ni-
uA le, Vla.

Makes regular tris between St. An-
direws Batv aind Pensacola. Good passen-
ger accunotmodatiois and special atlen-
riou paid to handling and carrying freiglit
at reasonable rates. For particulars ad-
dress, CAI'T. S. W. ANDBRSOr,
Andcrcon. Fla

Equipped With Two Gasoline Engines,
E'.taves St. AuIdretws itay every Monday
leave Pensacola every Thursday
weatherer. permitting). Special alien
lion ill lie given to receiving and
forwarding freight for parties livingon.
East .nd North Bay, I'assengers for
points on either arm of the httycan
depend upon -.cri rig prompt trails-
o'itft.Wr at reason able 'rates. 'Pas-
v,.'.r comvtrcnm dfitions good. Express
aitd Ra'iIr~dJ FrvigtT specialties. For
mrl he, iti, i.ri' ,.i i..,i, apply to
-L. .11. ,W.\ Gen. M.nagr r.

NAI'll I rl.%\ 1,AUNCH,
(.' i I 1-.. I M -i il i I i I .
*Ie1 11 i l I.,. i. - l. A il ell s dailyv
.\ l it I I tl Ii .I .: ,11 ri ve a It
I t I i i III j i ri ic 1: A l - I I coil r- I
iu t ... ... t t' t"rt .l :fI' ate \' t.'ii p.,
r iti .-, k .: p 'l itt .i "1. 1h y r.. e s t
7::1.) i. .' 1 1 tL! f-, I I t r n ] I t y a tl
H 1 .,, i' .1.. i "lm., I., r I. 'ilta-
tjlol ..i l' I .I.0 7...6 l .l00 ded at
,,, ,.."ui,. L. li, 74 tI I. .--,' i.er ii l
Li. i.I2 I I 1.-, -. 't ,i .1 41 [ l.p -.pve-
S., i [... ,- i l ,
e. .A \V t y:11 ni M e i ..ran,' ar.

.r o tvri ;'s (ienu tio-.
I i. l.r wil| ti .llo t t 'o s the m.axi-

thu'-. uio'.l i n l,':n r ill bid )ir.,:;ii' of tlie
ever Sday mornin at 10o' lk
a iuI, yer t1he iwtnt -fv.nir hours da iny ,
nt 7 ,',',nk p m..*sk in inlh ,i .d by U. S.
i.f.,' il,.dy i scolf-regisalerin therd oalln-
,', -. :." ,.:M in. M et ,.I.a. W 'd-
1O.'tb ,"e 1- 82 70 1 76 .00; so
13 83 65 74 .001 s
2-1* 8ti 6f 72 .001 n
i" 21 7. (85 ) .00 U
2 `2 70 49 5) .001 n
23 72 49 (1 .00 e
21 79 44 62 .001 s
'- or % v c ,. 78 I () I 67 I .00 I

Rev. C. L Joynur will deliver an ad-
dress on Chri stiau Enuuatiou Sunday
niu'ht at, tlio Baptist church. Special

Th0 Presbyterian Sunday school be-
ing unned w th that of the M. E.
church, a union school will be conduct-
ed every Sunday morning- at 10 o'clock
Prayer Mteeti i every Thursdav eve-
ning at 8 o'<.lock in ihe M. E. chtrcih.
E-veryibody is cordially invited to all
of these services.

The Deoo;.e wh\ o ..'in tht!( *-,ny inf-i
,'hi n u.' n r'l.<.\':r KU-s of other;;" IK'; ',.
btTO n>t uu;.ally -, ,if'.., h.'i; II|,)o ,v arlve s.:'.'mnvnihb ',
*' -. D ,'t'. i. ; r r{ 1.i, :lil,-!;iu r ;.1" : i l., ,"
r ; " * : i 1 .* r, r t .* i ,', r u 1
- T;,',I. i <;t a -. ; :,: t (,(<' ,,i ,' rn
,h ";-, r,_n:(:.nl,-;:.,'ip \re e-nj ,y la' tt,;
t'tien thail 01' !ihc ph,;in f -a.'d li tn or

wom:ifn v l It t\.'T makes, a witty or
pririiturial r-mIark, bhut c hb' simple
.'tpllit.'i Of h'-iulfftw ,:t.lll.t* -. tlUkteS Up
for eerory other ,It'ti'ionicy.

Fall of Ti'agic Mfeaning'.
a.re these-lines from J. H. Simmons, of
C.'sr:y, I^. Think what might have re-
suited from the terrible cough if he had
Iil.v, ti'kev tihe medicine about which he
w rites: "I bed a fearfla cough that dia-
1itrbed my night's rest I tried every-
th'ng, but nothing would relieve it, un-
til I took Dr. King's New Discovery for
--. Consumption, Coughs and Colds, which
eiompletely oured me." Instantly re-
lieves and periianen'ly cures all thhoat
and lung diseases; prevents grip and
itinumnnia. At A. H. Brake's store;
iaranteed.':; 50a( and. $1.; Trial bottle
Subaoarine Divers.
It is nots8f-, as a rule, for snbmfv
nriA- tevmro too fea-cetl lower than 25r
fathoius, 110 fee-l, at which depth a
of'sr ar t)$% pounds is met with.
he j:tr.'-itest depth to which any diver
t', e'*'.-r ,. s,',,uel is 34 fathoms, or
2,'4 "*.t 'Ihii wis to the ship Cape
P ,r', unk' ,;:T the coast of South
.:',. s',. At this' depth tthe diver,
H-lojJp.., L I':i have sustained' the enor-
r! 011ot p-'r ,tin, of S'-1 pounds per
Ba'.!jrt' i. hb.- Loulou Engileer.


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
-Wizard Ink Tablets, Price, per
box 10 cts. Put .up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten ounces spleu-
did ink. Economical permanent; abso-
lutely indellible, covenient, non-corro-
sive. At the Buoy office.
-Sick headache is caused by a disor-
dered condition of the stomach and is
quickly cured by Chamberlain's Stom-
ach and Liver Tablets. For sale by L.
M Ware, St. Andrew and Bayhead
and all medicine dealers.
.-You never have and may never again
have an opportunity to get so fine a
fountain pen for so little money as you
can now by complying with the condi-
tions of the coupon to be found elso-
where on this page.
-Chas. G. Armstrong .is building a
large addition to his shop in the West
End, and by the addition of new and
improved machinery, proposes to keep
up with the procession in the matter of
business enterprise at St. Andrew.
-Handsomne letter heads with St.
Arndrews Bay date linu ;and views of
eitherSt.,Aridmrews Bll IT, or ilucni Vistai
Point, at Sc. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, att the
BUOY office.
-Every man owes it to himself aind
his family to master a trade or profes-
sion. R4ad 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.
-The Buoy's Croman'ton repo-ts did
not reach this office until Tuesday
night, which accounts for their being
considerably abbreviated. When will
our friends learn that their favors must
reach us not later than Monday nigt to
be of use in the current issue?
-All those persons whe are depend.
ing upon the Buoy to attend, to the pay-
ment of their taxes, will please take
notice that those for 1905 will become
due Nov. 1, and as soon thereafter as a
statement can be had from the collector
they will be notified of the amount; but
it may be two or three weeks after that
time before a statement can be had.
They \%ill become delinquent, April 1,
next; so you will have plenty of time if
you attend to the matter promptly when
you get the statement.
-The Man1iracturers' Record is in
f rmled that C. DI). Srnith & Co. of Mem.
phis, Tenn. and Thomas- Worthington
have the contract for 80 niles of work
from Chipley, to Eufala, Ala., on the
B C. & St. A. R. R. Sub-conti acts will
he let and Thos. Worthington may be
addressed at Chipley. Fla, The Buoy
also learns from parties coming from
Chipley an- from Vernon that a freight
house is being built at Chiply and
that men were seen at work all along
the lino wherever they came near it.
-C. M. Casey has his new shop, on
Bay view street in running order,
equipped with machinery con listing of
a powerful engine, a band-saw, rip-saw,
gig-saw and lathe, and already has con-
siderable work before him. He has
considerable other machinery in tran.
sit which will be installed as soon as it-.
arrives; but ne can accomplish a large
amount of work with the equipment al-
ready in place and is turning it out
right along. Mr. Caseyv's shop is a val-
uable addition to the business of St.
Andrews Bay, and a visit to it will
prove interesting .and instructive. Mr.
C. expects to employ, regularly, one
all-auound helper, and his shop will ac-
commodate several others if business
comes to him to warrant the expense.

It isn't a bit cooler to be on the
shady side of life.
Every man likes to learn, but no man
likes to be taught.
To be a man is to be the worry of
some woman; to be a woman is to be
the worry of some man.
Bef.'ro iloiingi anythiinig ias result of
tenhu-sia,.ti or ex.iiteueni t, soe if yo.vur
enitlhilasw or excitetuout %'ill not wear
Every man flatters himself that *he
will finally whip his enemy and that
hl will give hhn a good one when he
gets at him.
It is said charity begins at home. As
a matter of fact, there is a good deal
of complaint because charity does not
begiir at home.
When a man gets married he is apt
to think everybody should give him a
present, but how h ates to give wed-
ding presents when his- friends get
married!,-Atchison Globe.-
Now Cure for Cancer,
All surface cancers are now known to
be curable, by Bucklen's Arnica Salve
Jas. Walters, of Duffield Va., writes'
"I had a cancer on m-y lip for year-,
that seemed incurable, till Bucklen's
Arnica Solve healed it, and now it is
perfectly well.* Guaranteed cure for
cuts and burns. 25cat A. H. Brake's

Thus Car wnt k:-nv the voir')nm of tl
;ut to b,- st f o tto,'r (enVK;O',w.
.,hicuding us hnomni- t.pe rt.n-e s:u:':
ilght ind heat that It amy te isawi
'.villhiour ex:.gerating timt thet- sill h.t-
uerer restily been studied cmnpr)'rere)
strvly. Within the corona is an o( -tii
of gas 5,000) miles deep, stained a ruby
red by the crimson blaze of hydrogen.
Flashes of flame leap from this ruddy
mass often to a height of a hundred
thousand miles and mere.


Following is. the vote by precincts
of the recent election to locate the
county site of Washington county.
The figures are as given by the mes-
sengets who took the returns to Ver-
non, and are not official.
The official count may show some
slight changes, but it is not at all
probable that the result. will be in
the least affected.

: D

Davis Mill........... .
Caryville ............
Millers Ferry ........
Poplar Head.........
Green Head .......
Wausau ..............
Hinson. ..............
Rock Hill. ..........
Grassy Point........
St. Anc t -w. ..........
We-t By.. ...... ..
M illville..............
Wetappo .............
Nixon......... ....
Bayhead ..........
Point Washington....
Parker ... A ...........

139 105683

The report shows that 1,246 votes
weie polled, of which Vernon receiv-
ed 683, being a majority over all of
563, or, leaving out her own vote,
120 votes more than the combined
vote of the other candidates. This.
of coursn leaves the county site in its
present location for ten years. but
as the Buoy understands it, it does
not, necessarily prevent a division of


The many friends in tit, Andrew
of 31r. Fiank N. Van Deventer, for
many years an esteemed winter visit-
or here will be paineil to learn that
on O.t. 12, last, after being stricken
itlh apoplexy on the 10th, that gen-
tlemau died before those around himi
hardly had time to realize the serious-
ness of hit# condition, at his home in
Averyville, a suburh of Peoria, Ills.,
at the age ,t 45 years.
At tii lime of his death he was
president of the village organization
of Averyiille, a sibutb of Peoria,
and he had I'revioietly held several
positions ot trumt and responsibility
which lie had filled with honor to
inmseolf and vith credit to his con-
itituency. But lor his official duties
lie had expected to .-pend the coming
winter in',St. Andrew, where he own-
ed a aicq little home; but had reluct-
antly postponed his visit to the win-
ter follow i1ng. His Peoria friends
v J to his ejlieateil
Mtsei tins 'that he never enjoyed him-
self better than when among lis St.
Andrew frienuls and looked forward
to being \ith as again with pleasuiir-
able anticipation.
The Peolia Star contains a lengthy
highly eulogistic article recounting
facts in bis life history, which the
Buoy wonld be glad to reproduce, but
is unable to do so t6r lacir of space
and time lo put it in type.
With Mr. Van Deventer and Mr.
and Msta lariison dead, the Peoria
winter delegation to St. Andrew will
be seriously reduced. Others may
take their places, but the recollection
of their welcome presence will he al-'

the county, steps lor which should ways with ud.

have been taken before an attempt
was made to change the location of
the county site.
Now let all of those persons in fa-
vor of a division got together and
formulate a plan that will be just
and equitable to all and present it to
the next legislature along with a pe-
tition that the law-makers cannot af-
f,,ird to ignore, praying for the di-

Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
How To Find Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set-
tling indicates an
I unhealthy condif
tr ion of the kid-'
Sle/3s: if it stains
your linen it is
evidence of kid-
ney trouble; too
frequent desire to
pass It or phin in
.. the back is also
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad-
der are out of order.
What to Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr., Kilmer's Swamp-
Roof, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability
to hold water and scalding pain in passing
it, or bad effects following use of liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many times
during the night. The mild the extra-
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is soon
realized. It stands the highest for its won-
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should have the
best. Sold by druggists in50c. and$l. sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of this
wonderful discovery
and a book that tells ,I
more about it, both sent
absolutely free by mail, Q t
address Dr. Kilmer & Home of Swamp-Root.
Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men-
tion reading this generous effer in this paper.
Don't make any mistake, but remem-
ber the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil-
mer's Swamp-Root, and the address,
Binghamton, N. Y., on every bottle.

Sensitive About Names.
Three times the clerk made an in-
effectual attempt to spell the name.
Finally she gave it up and said, "How
do you spell it, please?"
The customer with the poly.syllable
name snnpped out half the letters of
tihe alphabet. "It's funny you couldn't
get that." she adilird ant,'rily.
"I knew she'd get mad if I a.sk- 1 Le-
how to spell it," slghed the ,clerk
"They all do. No matter how o11t 1n
woman's name, she seems to t,,iul; thal
everybody ought to spell It right off
Failure to do so is construed as a
downright Insult. Evidently no wo
man likes to answer to a name thmn
stumps everybody else, and it s onlu
when the girls behind the counter fal:
down over it that she realizes how Imn
possible it really Is. Then she take-
her spite out on the poor clerks. Sinei
I have learned that peculiarity of shop
pers I generally guess at the spellin-
rather than make them angry."--New
York Press.
Just a Hint.'
Auntie-IIow smart you look this
afternoon, dearie! Dolly (who has
been forbidden to ask if she ma"y stay
to tea)-Well, you see, I put on this
costume so that if anybody -did ask
me to tea I could stop. (Conscience
stricken)-I-I haven't asked, have I?-
Insomnia and Indigestion Cured.
'"Last year 1 had a very severe attack
of indigestion. I could not sleep at night
and suffered most excruclattiug 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 relieff" says John Dixon. Tulla--
more, Ontario, Canada. For sale by L. M.
Ware, St. Andrew and Bayheadand ail
medicine deael ir..

Phioographtlng Lightning.
An English writer tells how light-
ning "sits"' for its photograph: "Light-
ning can only be photographed at
night. It is also Impossible to use any
cap or shutter for this work, inasmuch
as the eyes do not observe a flash of
lightning till at least a tenth of a sec-
ond after It has passed. So that, hav-
ing focused your camera beforehand,
draw the shutter and hold the camera
In the direction you think the flash
will take and you must trust to the
courtesy of the lightning to be there
on time."
Some .Seasonable Advice.
It may 1'e a .iiece of superfluous advice
to urge people af.this sevnior- of' the year
to lay in a supply of Chamberlain's
Coiugh lemed13. .:It is almuot sure to be
needed IbefI're w .r it, os er, aind intu,-
nore pTrompt ii". iinfaectuor. results are
obtained % enr taken ais ;oun as a cold is
contracted ind before it has become set-
tied in the .svsiam, which ican only lhe
done by keeping. the remedy at hand.
This remedy is so widely known and so
altogether good that no one should hes -
trto about buying it in preference ton any
othor. It i for slc Lv L. M. Ware, St.
Andrew and bIdayhead and all medicinee

Mollere's Itirlta piFd Deaths.
There are two tablets in Paris In-
forming the sightseer that he is passing
the house where Mollere was born.
One is in the Rue du Pont Neuf; the
other at the corner of the Rue Sauval,
where it meets the Rue St. Honor.
One inscription says that Moliere was
born in 1620 and the other in 1622.
Some time ago there were two houses
In which Moliere was said to have died.

A Trick of Luck.
"Luck never manages things just
right," said the irritable man who dis-
likes music. "It might just as well
have been the other way round, but
it wasn't"
"What is the trouble now?"
"My daughter who plays the piano
has a sore throat, and the one who
sings has a sore finger."

Do You Want to Sell Your
Business ? Wt can sell your business,
no matter where it is located. This is
the age of specialists. We are the only
exclusive business brokers in the coun-
try. We have buyers. What have you
to offer? We bring buyer and seller to-
gether and maKe quick sales.
Robt, M. Eurich & Co., Inc.,
Pittsburg, Pa.
Buy An Established ltusiness,
and secure for yourself a steady Income;
business is the old fashioned, time-tried
method of getting rich, Don't monkey
with "get rich quick" schemes; wo are
the only exclusive "business brokers"
in the country, and can place you in an
established, good-paying business, no
matter where you wish to locate. Write
today and let us know what you want.
Robert M. Eurich & Co., Inc.,
Pittsburg, Pa.

Annually, to fill the new positions cre-
ated by Railroad and Telegraph Com-
panies. We want YOUNG MEN and LA-
DIE3 of good habits to
We furnish 75 per cent of the Opera-
tors and Station Agents in America.
Our schools are the largest exclusive
Telegraph Schools in the World. Estab-
lished 20 years and endorsed by all lead-
ing Railway Officials.
We execute a $250 Bond to every stu-
dent to furnish him or her a position
paying from $40 to $60 a month in states
east of the Rocky Mountains, or from
$75 to $100 a month in states west of the
Rockies, immediately upon graduation.
Students can enter at any time. No
.vacations. For full particulars regard-
ing any of our Schools write direct to
our executive office, Cincinnati, 0. Cat-
alogue free.
The Morse School

Cincinnati, O.
Atlanta. Ga-
Texarkana, Te

of Telegraphy,
Buffalo, N. Y.
LaCrosse, Wis.
x San Francisco, Cal.

- r % If you want to get the de
ag @0, biggest returns for
ISA, your labor and a
U04 18Y your ground, fW
you can't afford
to plant anything but

-the standard after 49 years'
test. They always produce
the largest and surest
crops. All dealers sell
them. Our 1903 1
Seed Annual
free on request.
D. M. FERRY &bO.

Notice of Application for Tax Deed
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Laws of FloTida.
Notice is hereby give that J. H. Drummond, purchaser of Tax Certificates.
Nos. herinafttr iinmed, dated the 3d day of June, A. D. 1902, has filed s id certifi-
caltes in my ofie, and has made apnDcaoiin tor tax deed to issue in accordance
aith law. .-aid certifiteq't embrace the following described prop rty, situated in
Washington couiti, F'lorida, to-wit:
No. Cer- Descripion R.w. Assessed a.i
tificate. of property. ec. p. s w. property of
115 s8'i of swl, less 15 acres............ 4 4 14 Unknown .........
128 lots 6, 7 8 and 10, blk 14, ......s11 35 3 15 Unknown ..........
129 lots 16, 17 and 18, blk 15,........ sj 35 3 15 Unknown ..........
130 lot 2. 1.1k 18.....................s 35 3 15 L M Knowles.......
131 lot 3, blk 18................ E1 35 3 15 Unknown .........
132 ot 7 and 8, bk 21.........s-3 3 15 Unknown ..........
134 lots 8 arid 9, blk 7............ swY 36 3 15 Unkuown .........
137 lots5 and 8, bik 31..........s.. 35 3 15 Unknown .........
138 55 acres of' nj................sww. 36 3 15 Unknown .........
140 lot 6 blk 7 .................. nne 1 4 15 Eli.s Edwards......
145 blk J5', less lots 14, 15 and 16.. nef 1 4 15 T. G. Trisket .......
146 lots I to 5, and 12 to 17, bik 24.net 1 4 15 Unkuown ..........
150 lots 2;, bik 15...............iw 1 4 15 Unkrown ........
152 lot 1 b.k 16i................... nw 1 4 15 J. E. Robiertson.....
154 lots 6. 7, 11, 12 and 13, blk 16.. nwk 1 4 15 J. S. Boyd..........
155 lots, 17 stand 18 blk 16.....,.nwi 1 4 1F Unknown .........
1.56 lots 12to 10 and 18, blk17..... nwt 1 4 15 Unknown ... ....
Tl, aiid land being assessed at tthe date of the issuance of said certificate in 'he
tianies designated with each certificate. Unless said c.-"tificates shall Oe redeemed
according to law, tax deed will issue thereon on the 6th day of November, A. n.
[L.s.] Witness my official signature and seal this the 1st day of October,
A. i.1905 W. C. LOCKEY, Cle.rk Ciretlt Court,
01 Washinigton CoitIil.., FloriU i.
Notice of Appplictliotn for Tax Deedl
Under Section ofl Cliap', r -.'84 -L wa % ,L Floii.a,

Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf


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-- ~a&~5t~P~ ~-1~~t (

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

St. And
St. And

rew., Wednesday, 8:00a. m
lie, Wednesday,l10:O0 a. m
icola, Thursday, 6:00 a. m.
lle, Thursday, 12:00 noow.
e,. Monday, 6:00 a. m.


Pensacola to St. Andrew and Millville, $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabell-, $7.50.
St. Andrew a-id Millville to.Apalachicola, $5.00.
Pensaeola to Mobile, $2.50.

Friday, 2:00 a. m.
Friday, 4:00 a. nt.
Friday, 11:30 p. m,

.te soboe rates include meals and berths. W.G. BARROW.


General Merchandise!


Cooking and Heating Stoves!

Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Etc,


Burial Caskets, Robes, Suits. Etc.



he Trading Post!

[Successor to B. V. Brock..

Headquarters for

Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Ready Made Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Notions

and Hardware.

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



Dry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries

Notions, Provisions and Feed Stuffs.

Corner Washington Avenue and Bayview St.
I pay Cash for Goods and must do

a strictly Cash or Ready Pay


Thi is in tiy Patrons' Interest as well as my own.
Convince Yourself of this Truth.

Call and


|CA ,| DEAI ERS IN P Cannot


Ship Chandlery - Hardware

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

Clothing, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishings,


Trunks and Valises.

Nol tic B va'nfI vi' e tliat J. I I D l .\i'M N.* :. purcl..s,:r ol TIax C..r iti.,s F
N.'s.as here ina.l'Ier nitmad, ditua thie l\ii ilitn 01' Jul. A. 1 ., I'JIn.:. nr.i .-rd FISH C A M \ UP PI LI ES, E fETC.
certificates in niy police, and has mAde .ip,.It;.ltioin, f .r tl;i dctited to i S e inI .tn U 1--
ace w.thl law. Said certificates embr-,c lie lullowing dt.,criied property p itu.itLd AGENTS FOR t SPECIAL ATTENTION
in Washington c unty, Florida, to-wit: AllI Goods GIVEJN TO
No. CeI- Descriprion Se a s,essed a AMERIAN EXCEPT ,
tificate. of property. S P. .' prope tv of 1 I E M ail Orders!
84 si of sei and niet ofs........ ... 5 12 C. E Branmgani0c8.. ..1 Ql P
t5 s I ofelot3............. ....... ..10 5 I-a C. E. Bran,,gamn..... Yt, .T W Rd
90 1 acres in se corner of el of st 5 4 13 R. E. Hoamd, clc.. ANYTHING- IELVERED AT 'SAMPLE8
97 e.! of set 01of sw nd ,,lk 229, 1,-.l ?i IT A
I t. -24, 2J. 39 and 40 ..........3...5 3 14 T. J. Reese. ...... .. Made n Iro Any Postoffice Gladly Sent
101 n '.. of blk S and w 1 of 'lot 4, bik 5-
4 .............................. 8 4 14 uITkio'no........ o t e =aI nlS ADln ttie !
104 ne ...................... .......;15 3 15 IUnkmoiu n ..........n A - A l
105 lots 7, 5, 11, 20, blk 3............. :s 3 1o Unknown .......... Wifll Ml 011l -: 0 T
6 lot 14, ilk i14....... ......... 3 3 15 Breech-L adding We Are
1' lots Ito 10 li, blk 9 ......... ....., 35 3 15 ULnkrotn .......... o- lodLnUUIW TE A
112 lot 6 nlk 17.... .. ...........s.. 33 3 15 Nettie Opdale ...... W olsey's TE
116 lots J6 and 21, ,lk o22..... ..... 35 3 15 Unknuown ... ..... 0 8 12- SHiE NI
118 lots 2, 3,4,t, 11, Iti, 19, 2n, lplk 3 15 UnTknown .u.ul.u uuu. -. ISHOE M
25 ............. .......... -. ..........-S L: ut.o Pait,. Only $5.50 F
119 lots 5, 6, 11, 13, 1.1,15, 1 k .'6,... :5 3 15& I nk,(wu ..... ....
122 lots i, 111, 15, 20, blk 13 .......i%% 36 3 15 Unkinow, ...i. C. E. BRACKIN & CO.
123 lot 2, blk 16 ............. ...... 3 :3 15 A. J. ood .......... "
124 lot 3, llk16t.................. i ; 3 13 A. .-. r, nd.ill .
16 1 It i6, bk 17................. 3 3 1 t,,, n .......... or ine Job W ork, TRY THE BUOY OFFICE.
127 lots 1, 2, 3, 4, Ik l....... ... .. 3 3 1. Ul,,. n n ....... ..
128 lots 2 aud 4 to L, blk 20 ........ 6ik '; 3 15 rTtk,,,& i ......
129 of lots I a, .d 2, blk 3.........s I 6 3 .i .. SPECIAL PRE1ikUM -FFER. S
132 lot4,blk 10............ .se36 3 15 L. P. Smiti ........ SAVET SAVE THIS
133 lots 1to 14 a.ld 17 and 18, bilk 24 se 3M 3 )5 Unknownu ...... COUPON. O CI L r a iS r R COUPON.
135 lots 19 and I.0, blk 8...........net 1 4 15 Unknown. C. ......... .
136 lots 11) and J I, kik 7........... ue- 1 4 15 T. C. il.uge:....... 14.3t. SOLD nCOLD FO 'UN TAI PS2N
138 lots 7 to 18, lk 11............ne 1 4 15 Unkniown .........
137 lots 3,6, 8 and 9, 1blk 10.........ne+ 1 4 15 Unikbown .........
139 lots 14, 15 and 1n, blk 15, .......t ef 1 4 15 C. H. Chrispen .... L.V, --
147 lore amrd 11 1, 1 7-. . w 1 4 1 i- ...- . .
The said Iind,ihg.. ass*i-t- tte-- date of the issuance of such certify. .ates
in the names ."Asignated wi h ea-ch certificate Unless said certificates shall e. For five of these coui)ons and sixty cents sent or brought to the Buoy
redeemed accr,,dJg to law, tax deed will is ue thereon ou the 6th day of No- u office we will furnish you a beautiful finished 14-kt. Solid Gold Fount-
vjmber. A. n. 19an Pen, that costs at retail $1.50. The pen is complete with box and
"L. ] t.'itns, my official signature and seal this the 1st day of October,' filler and is fully warranted by the manufacturers and can be returned to
'I ,,.|0~5, \W.C. LOCKEY Clerk Circuit Corl. themif unsatisfactory in any particular.
I f^ Wa\shintton Cuunvty, Florida. OS. 'SSS S Ssss sst S .Sossa i.aoaaFlorida

II- II I I i III II II let aI I- I --I I - -- -- -- I -- -~_


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Special report. I 1,it b ,,
Now that tL1h L..cii is over Liiei t
must be many voters that are nioturu-

ing uver their late, and many liat


i'raniik ildebaker caught one hun-

Iiemluieuz i i
talimied Salkiii ayvVia. Chmattahlooz-11ce.

drieil iloti iin onie uaternoni last weekh. WVewaliiehika and East Bay from

h'tsaati t Goas til igsf it o t-Ii,l wo)umiiies campaignco%

will rejoice. Let us have coUimpasahia it has t iad tor l y r.;i.r, and it is niakiin ering several imortherilstates.

Thursday, Oct. 26, 1905.


41tgar, 1 lb Tea, 1 tb
Granulated .... 6', He No....... 55
Cotvce,A ..... 5,/4 Gunpowder.. 40
St, brown ..... 5 Uncol',l Jap.40-60
O coffee, Coln milk, IP can
Green.... 12@20 Unsweetn'a. 10
Arbuckle,lb 12-15 Sweetened .... 10
Ginger snaps 31b 25 Baking powder
Slackers, soda 10 Royal...... .. 50
tobacco, plug 20a640 Campbell. .... 10
S.aisins'- Canned fruit
Londonlayers.8-15 Peaches .... 10a0
Valeneia ...... 8 Tomatoes ..... Sa12
iC < .. ... 61 Apples ........ 10
pples Pears ......... 15
Evaporated... 1A2 Plums ........ 10
Dried Peaches 8 Apricot ...... 10-20
Coal Oi prgal. ...20 Strawberries... 20
gasoline ..... .1 Pineapple ...10-20
lorida Synrup.. 50 Canned Meats
loey ....... 15 RoastBeef... 126f
7inegar ........ 30 Corned Beef. 12
Cneei P. lb-. 18 Chipped Beef10-2'
SCutteer .. .. 25-35 Lobster..... 1) 2
Oleomargeriie.. 18 Sahnon.. 10@15
heard .... .... 7-10 Canned Vegetables
deans. ......... 5 Baked Beants... 10
Cocoanut pkg... 10 Corn ....... 10@15
Jelly, glas3 10ai>)- Peas ... ....... 10
Lime Juice. ..... 4 P'u pkin ..... 1
Eggs per doz.. 20
1oPf OVI 1ONS.

Star of 'th 2 .35 DS. S pr ...
Obelisk ...... 3.25 1acon Sides 12
Cor Meal r 1)u 0.0 Fresh ....... 8a 10
Oat Meal pr 1b ... 5 Blr'kf'st lac'n 16-22
SOorn perbu ..075&0c Hiancanv's'd 15-20
Potatoes Shoulders..... 11
S Irish ....... 1 40 Heef
Rar5lv tse seed 1.60 Corned...... 8
Sweet.. .. 60@75 Fresh.. ..... 10
Salt, pr sack.. .00 Dried ......... 25
Table .... .... 5 Milk pr qt ...... 10
rails, per lb4\/a5 Ax,with handle. 75
Galv wire do.6a6i Hoes, each ...35a50
Manilla rope... 9al2Copper paint, can 50
itvei, cook,..$8a25 Linseed oil, gl55@60
Pipe, per joint 18
SPrints, per yd.. 5ab Checks ....... 5a.>^
1 1 Sheetings .... 5a9 Flannel. .....15a40
Muslin ...... 9all Thread per spool. 5
Jeus. ...... 15a45 Shoes, ladies .$1 a2 75
Extra pants pat 225 Men's. . $1 40a300
Stty pr cwt. .75al .15 Oats pr hu...... 0
S. ran .......... 1.25 Brick pr M.. ... 00
Ao.pe Sisal .. .7@9 ,Lime pr ld ...... 75
iJranges pr doz.. 45 Pecans pr Ib..... 15
Apples ........ 15 Walnuts ......... 2(
,Lemons ......... 20 Almonds........ 1I
In tkhell prIt,0O00 1.5t Opened pr t, .. I 5c
Iurse . $34ao 0 ows....... $15 25
Mlules. .-50;a$175 Hogs.. .... $3 to $4
.' )Xe.. pr yoke $65 Shieep...... .. $2

"'ikcls ealh1 35ai:. Geese eoah.. 45>50
L. ys-, .... 75. tl.00 Pucks....... 2>ao)
I r', esht Salt
SM illet pr doy "25c. M'lletl pr II, 5.50
Trout .........., 5 T' it........ 5.50
romnpano pr Ib.. 6" Pompano.... 10.00
Sturgeon...... 10 Mackerel .... 1.01
LUM B01'.
Flooring, Ceiling.
Ileart, to. ..$14.00 Hearl, y m. ..$14.00
Face ", ... 12.00 Face ... 12.00
Sap ... 10,00 v p .. 10.00
Drop sidipig, lap.boards,
Heart (ace ?m 14.00 1'x6 in. m... $12.00
Sap .' 10.00 Finishing Iumn-
Bu t lInmber.. 8@1:2 her,d.. .$12,(15.00
Teart shingles, 2.50 L, at, V no .... 2.)00
I ".A p 1.50 Boat lumniler,
d ed .. .$20

LucAs CouNrTY.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
ts the senior partner of the firm of F. J
Cheney & Co. doing business in the City
of Toledo, county and slate aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of ONE
HiUNDtED DOLLARS for each and every
case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
he use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. 1866. A. W. GLEASON,
[SsAL., Notary Public,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and ats directly on the blood and mu-
eons surfaces of the system. Send for
estinmonials. free.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Fanmily Pills for constipa-

They Were Not Miere Rinus, an Those,
of the Modern Circus.

The aiuIas t of ancient Rome were
not, as some people suppose, mere
rings or ovals, such as may be seen
In the modern circus. They were
broken up and varied in character ac-
cording to the nature of the fighting
to be done or to the caprices of those
In authority. .On one occasion an arena
might resemble the Numidian desert,
on another the garden of Hesperides,
thick set with groves of trees and ris-
ing mounds, while again it pictured the
great rocks and caves of Thrace.
'-With thee surroundings the com-
batants advanced, retreated, encircled
their adversaries or kept wild beasts
at bay as occasion offered or as their
courage or fear suggested. Men com-
bated not only with the more common
brutes, but with such monsters as ele-
phants, rhinoceroses, hippopotamuses
and crocodiles. On other occasions
flocks of game, such as depr and war
ostriches, were abandoned to the multi-
tude, and in some cases the arenas
could be turned into lakes, filled with
monsters of the deep, and upon the sur-
face of which naval engagements took
Why Hle Didn't Pay.
'* have bet a silk hat with that man
live times in the last year, and he has
never paid me one of them."
"That so? I didn't know he was in
the habit of breaking his word."
"Oh, he isn't; he won the bets."-
Cincinnati Times-Star.

on the uniotur uate--nourn witli
those who mourn aud rejoice with
those that rejoice. I notice, several
times, a silent tear coursing its way
down my cheek, but the glad thought
will n|sh to my mind that I should
rejoice that the election is as it is,
The M. E. Sunday school had a

goud progress,
Miss Amanda Niles, who has been

M'rs, (-pt. Alexauder made the
trip to Apalachicola on he Tarponi

spending the suintuitr here, left last last week to visit friendss and reia-
Fliday morning with hei father and tives there. Thmu trip was made iu

mother for her home in iBonifay.
Henry Niles left last Wedneday.
I s family intends to depart later.
Thui arday night, the 19th inst., a

most enjoyable picnic at Blanipied's made-upsurprise party visited Mr. E.

park, with plenty t6 eat. Among the
games played was, stand and jump,

Muos her.
S4everlulp1arties Vt hiosobir'thdays cc-

run and jump, foot race, sack race, cur close together united and cele-

jumping rope; also, a nice swing was
put up for one and all to have a good
time. There was sume very nice
music furnished by some ot the young
people of Tompkins.
Mr, Blamnpied has every reason to
be pi ould ol his park, as it is in a
beautiful location.
Next Friday uiight there will be a
box social at the school hbuse. Every
one is invited to come and bring a
good full box ot eatables.

berated the occasion by a party at
Mr. and Mrs. Iloskint' last Saturday.
Robert Studebaiker was peraubu-
lating our streets, Sunday,
Henry Bovis, of Millv.ille was over,-
buniday, visiting E. Moisher.
Congress will meet-again soon int

its annual session.

Wonder if we

have a representative in the House?
If we have, we would lilke to ihear of
onlme notice being taken of the Pass
to St. Andrews- Bay, and of au ap-

Rev. C. 11. Reese filled his regular prprl'iatiou to improve ti.e .ann.

appointment here last Sunday.

S\'e feel that we are entitled to some

Miss Lucv Smith of Anderson was ,ecgniition in view of the fact that

baptised Sunday, by Rev. Reese.
Next batuldar, oar special meet-
ing will commence, and will continue
until the 2d ot November. Rev. J.

our sitipme:,ts or naval stores aiiouint
to milore thalin 24,000 barrels a yea'l,
and lumber approximating 15,000,-
000 feet, all oh which uilst I e light-

uI. (onway will assi.,t inl the meet-er t Psaoa ndrhdl

ings and will preach next Monday
Mr. Foxworth hlias his new house
almost completed.
i'. W. Tompkins has starteil to

thlioe for shipment. I think it about
tili our iifnlit in llstries should be
recoglliz.;d by deepeninlg the Pass o
ocanl vessels can tike on liad here.
Lett us hope we have a representative

ild is syu Iouse, where e x n coigre-s who will take al interest
buihldhisSyrupthouscaWhdre he ex.c.

pects to mniaku a good supply of the
great staple.
2ilr. Aaron Weeks of this place
and Miss Minnie Russ of Bay'head
were united i.n tie holy bonds ol fedii-
loc.- Sunday, at the home of the
bridle and at night the boys gave
them a serenade.
A Judicious Inquiry.
A well known traveling man who visits
thlie drug trade says he has often heard
druggists inquire of customers who asked
for a cough medicine, whether it was
wanted for a child or an adult, and if for
a child they almost invariably recom-
mended Chomerlain's Gough Remedy.
The reason for this is that they know
there is no danger from it and that It al-
ways cures. There is not the least danger
,I1n giving .t, and fer coughs, colds and
croup it is unsurpassed. For sale by L.
Mi, Ware. St. Andrew and Bavhevd and
all medicine dealers. /
Rats as an Article of Diet.
Rats have never found favor as a del-
icacy for the table in Europe or in this
country, but in many lands they are
relished as an article of diet. The ne-
gro slaves of Jamaica used to regard
them as a dainty, their masters not
provi'ling them with any other meat.
Their method of cooking the toothsome
rodents was to impale each one on a
long wooden skewer after cleaning the
animal and culling off the tail, turning
it briskly around over a fire until the
hair was n!1 burned off. Then it waQ
scrnapd :;tii free from fur, and finally
the en'.l of the skewer was stuck into
the ground, inclined toward the fire, un-
til it was toaste'l dry and crisp, thus
being made ready for the meal. Rats
miv1'y commonly be seen for sale in the
markets of any Chine:se town, split and.1
-)pessed undil(ir a heavy weight, so as to
look somewhat like dried fish. In this
:hlape the pigtnile'l oriental buys them,
soaks them in water and then boils,
roasts or fries them.


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

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


Real Estate Aefit,


Is prepared to list property
for sale and pay taxes or
collect rents for non
Terms Reasonabie.

Dealers In and Agents for the
Sale of

Real Estate.
Taxes Paid an'I Rents Col'ected
for Non-Re. idents.
St. Andrew. Fia.


Lemons as Medicine

Their Wonderful Effect
on the Liver, Stomach,
Bowels, IKidneys
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, rimples,
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. 500
and $i.oo per bottle at

"One Dose Convinces."

.nu it Powveri .
Miss WVi'ih'r.[o 1;n-l)o you believe,
Ar. .Jimn.by, that there is in us a sixth
sense as yet undeveloped-perhaps nev-
er t, be developed? Jimsby-Yes.
ma'am: horse sense!
Use Allen's Foot Ease,

company with Capt. Alexander, who
holds a responsible position ,ou the
Ta poi.
W. A. Hill, jr. returned Saturday
via. Wewahitchka and E.ai Bay mail
route from a southern tripe.eiiending
as far as Tampa and St. Petersburg

Home Traita.
"Isn't your husband dyspertiec?"
"I rather think he is. I know he al-
ways disagrees with his mealsi."--New
York Times. /

True diplomacy is to get all -ou can
with as much courtesy as yap can.-
Rev. Boyd Carpenter. .
How to Cure Corns and .Bt lions.
First soak the corn or biuniHii n warm
water to soften it; then ard ift downmaQ
closely as.possible wit h.
and apply Chamrlai''s fPain JiTin lwicoe
daily, rubbing it vigorously for live min-
utes at each application. ,A corn plaster
should be worn for a few days to protect

it from the shoe. As a general liniment
for sprains, bruises, I tieness amid rheum.-
atism, Pain Balm is unequalQd.' For sale
by L. M. Ware, St. Andrew and Bf.Theadl
and all medicine dealers, -
Where Eggs Are Curreney.
Eggs are cuVrent coin in Mayo, Ker-
ry, Donegal and Leitrim.. They are
everywhere received over the counter
in payment for tea, sugar, meal, oil,
bread, toblecco, patent medicines and
general haberdashery. Accounts are
kept open and goods supplied on credit
in eggs. Predatory agents traveling
through the wilds with worthless teas.
Itinerant tinkers and musicians, hawk.
ers of tinsel jewelry and holy pictures,
all accept this current coin, generally
unloading it at the nearest railwa.
town.-Dublin Lady of the House.

Don't Borrow Trouble.
It is a bad habit to borrow anything.,
but the worst thing you 4an -possibly
borrow, is trouble. Wheh 'sckj sore,
heavv, weary and worn-out.bj the pains
and poisons of dyspepsia, biliousness,
Bright's. disease and similar. internal
disorders, don't sit down anu brood over
your symptoms, but fly for relief to Elec-
tric Bitters. Here you will find sure and
permanent forgetfulness of all your
t-oubles, and your body will not be bur"
dened by a load of debt di,;eae. At A'
1H. Brake's 'sore, Price Oc. Guaran-
teed. -" .
NIot # ," c- i'. )4"11 ,1i i v J- ay"l "l
Dirnu I i; ".Vernor H-lllii.' a..li:lnistrn
tlon a r-1',rc.auui tLLrEeQ lth Jl'gislatutr
of New ti:,iip-.hil- fi A ont.-' of thti
rural (ll-'rl'.-ts in the ln rthe'rn section
of the t w,-r prozpnted to. the gov-
ernor- for the firrt tntie.. B-hiu' .tme.
what unfan.:ar "-ith "*tatehos-v- etdi*
quotto," he addres-sed hisExc'llency as
"most high."
The governor informed." the gentle-
- mn from the ru'-l *ll trt lh it lhort
was but one "Mot HIga." "- li ..ho
had made everything fro6 nothli:"
"Well. governor," repH1,etbo country
legislator, "I'll giVe yor" credit for
making a justice of the pA ce out of 0
man up In my town' that ls about as
near to nothing as ever wi ked or two
legs."--Boston Herald.-
Plans to Get R li
are often frustrated by si den break.
down due to dyspepsia' or. nstipation.
Brace up and take Dr. Kingts New Life
Pills. They take out th- materials
which ae clogging your 4ergies and
give you a new start. Cur. headache
and dizziness too. At A. Brake'*
store: 25c., guaranteed. '
Doometl. ^
"ga;tar'su mranagei has, promi-eid to
give a pr:'-sntt tion of that-".,i ''i y of
mhiro," :' i ] t)' itefr, "lint I don't
l:-n v. wh-"u 1it's to come ov'."
"Probably the nightlif f it's prut
on." su.g-sS'ed Crittici- Catholic
Standard and Times. .


"No, O'Brlen; not today," replied his
mistress, and the footman retired slow-
ly in utter bewilderment.
"Well, well!" exclaimed nonplused
Pat. "Where does she think she is,
poor soul? Sure, it's mad she is, and
the master too. More's the pity!"'-
Postgraduate Course.
Mrs. Richmond-Is your daughter go-
iig" back to the cooking school this
Mrs. Bronxborough-No; I'm going to
keep her home until she learns to cook
some dishes, that we can 'afford to eat.
-Judge. /


Do you like your thin, rough,
short hair? Of course you
don't. Do you like thick,
heavy, smooth hair? Of
course you do. Thep why

Hair Vigor

not be pleased? Ayer's Hair
Vigor makes beautiful heads
of hair, that's the whole
story. Sold for 60 years.
"I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for a long
time. It is, Indeed, a wonderful hair tonie,
restoring health to the hair and scalp, and, at
the same time, proving a splendid dressing." -
DX. J. W. TATUM, Madill, Ind. T.
Sl.00 a bottle., c. AYER CO.,
A]l drutgists. fr Lowell, Mass.

Weak Hair

Whether Large ,r Small.

Write for Prices.

Rainless Regionw.
The rainless regions of the globe owe
their aridity to the fact that they are
shut off from the influence of most
winds by high mountain chains. The
.chief of these are upper Egypt, the
Sahara, .the desert of Gobi and the
coast of Peru. The drigst place In the
world is probably that part of Egypt
between the two lower falls of the
Nile. Rain has never been known to
fall there, and the inhabitants do not
believe travelers who tell them that
water can fall from the sky. The great
trade winds at the starting points of
their paths are the cause of drought
and barrenness, but where they cross
land at the termination of their course
they give out bounteous rain supplies.
The contrasts thus offered are very
striking. Thus some parts of the Mo-
roccan Sahara near the head of the
northeastern Atlantic trade wind do
not experience a shower for perhaps
twenty years at a time, while the same
wind when it reaches the coast of
South America produces a rainfall rep-
resenting a depth of twenty feet of
water in a year.

His Favorite Instrument.
"The tout ensemble of that orchestra
is remarkably good," remarked Mr.
Newrich's host at the box party.
"Don't you think so?"
"You bet it is!" responded Mr. New-
rich enthusiastically. "I like to watch
the feller that's playing' it slide It back
and forth-looks as if he was swaller-
in' it!"-Cleveland Leader.
Wasted Time.
"Many a man," said Uncle Eben,
"wastes time in dis life trying' to push
somebody to de rear when he ought to
be trying' to git ahead on his own 4o-
count."-Washnhigton Star.

_Notice of Application -for Tax
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of
Notice is hereby given that C. C. Liddon
& Co., purchasers of T:>x Certificate No.
10, dated the 6th day of Jtuly, A. Dn 1903,
has filed said certificate in my office, and
has made application for tax deed to issue
in accordance with law. Said certificate
embraces the following described proper-
ty situated in Washington county Flori-
d'a, to-wit: ne)l of neY4 of section 17, tp.
4n, r. 12w. The said land being assessed
at the date of the issuarce of such crtitfi-
cate in the name of Unknown. Unless
said certificate shall be redeemed aecord-
ing to law, lax deed will issue thereon on
the 25ih day of November, A. D. 1905.
Witness my official signature and sea!
[L. s.] this the 19th day of October. A. v.
1905. W. C. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit Court,
Washington County, F.lirida

Notice of Application for Tax
Under Section 8 of Chapter4888, Laws of
Notice is hereby given that C, W. Cox,
purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 88,
dated the fith day of Jully, A,D. 1d03, has
filed said certificate in my office, and has
made application for tax deed to issue
in accordance with law. Said certificate
embraces the following described propel-
iv situated in Washington county, Flori-
da, t3-wit: The n,. of the set of the set
of see. 13, tp. 2s, r l1w. The said land
being assessed at the date of the issuance
of such certificate in the name of Un-
known. Unless said certificate shall be
redeemed according to law. tax deed will
issue thereon on the 35th day of Novem-
ber'. A.D. 1905.
Witness my official signaturee and s.a]
[L s.} this the 19th day of October,
A. n. 1905.
Clerk Circuit Jourt,
. n.., V )lllS llili g. i
..:-r'?tu in mU!'U of the house Of
't. .Lt n uILi\vel;ig Ii rcl.and took a
') T. .1 'il' .)!ii' Co'lnnaught hid
.. I. )." .tdi t',i- l.jrdship to the
Sv, al .c';t o:'e morning, "'see if your
;'t i ';it ]emiie' tO ayV"
"T:;t hr !d:,'iii, is. your lordship,"
"*' :i u'LI(.y reply of the unisolthisti
,'i :':;h. "8ure, 01 jist saw lier
'. ".';p > into t:he hltraw'ng room."
"Yoi in.suin ,trstaLnd me, O'Brien,"
..t:d his ljriahip stifily. "Go and ask
our mnist:'ers if she is 'at home' today."
"'ure, now," multoered the IlUzed
*)inman aa be obey.d, "If his lordship
tin't qijare Why, Oi saw her ladyship
with my own eyes! And now Oi've got
to ask her that same, and she's in -the
bouse all t'o tolmo."
Then, thrusting his head into the
drawing room, he asked, "Are you at
home, my lady?"






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S). "DEI.A.-,SEI?., IZS T.

Dr~iasledici ,FagcyU Tole t Arlicles

I Handle no Quack Nostrums.

DR J., J. KESTER, M, D. Druw'1ist.


In Effect April 14, 1901

No 4 No, 2
12:35 n'n 11:05 p m. Leave Pensacola,
2:22 p.m 1:02 a.m. Floniaton,
4:22 2:55 Mobile,
8:25 7:30 New Orleans.

No. 2
11:05 p.m.
6:15 a.m.
2:30 "
7:20 "
7:20 p.m

No. 2:
11:55 p.m.
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No. 4
1-1:35p. m. Leave
6:30 Arrive
9:12 "
5:50 a.mi
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1:30 p.m.
No. 3,
7:00 a m. Lv
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Pcnsaoola A
Mlontgomeay L
St. Louis

Galt City
Good Range
Deer Laud
Mossy Headi
DeFuniak Sprinags
A t'zyle
Ponce ie Leon
Cy press
Grand Ridge
River'.l nation I1

No. ,S
' .ve 5:00( a.m.
eave 22:33 a tm.
12:30 n'ni
8:100 p.m.



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

No. 1
4:00 p.m
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9:30 am.

5:00 a.m.
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No. 2
Ar 10:50
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cave ')I :1)




No. 22
6:30 p. nii
6:06 '
"6:01 "
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10:20 a. mO

Why oahns Wealkens You. the air Is -expelled from the chests a
A patient German scientist of a sta- the rate of four feet a second, in vio-
tistical turn of mind calculates that lent coughing it may attain a velocity
the amount of energy expended by a of 300 feet,.
person who coughs once every quarter A -eanitiftl Match.
.of an hour for ten hours is equivalent "How 'lucky," id Mirs. Nuwed,
to 250 units of heat, or the nourish "that I hi1r'-ile to pass that clgar
ment yielded by three eggs or two sale thts mioruing! These cfOurs are
glasses of milk. Coughing is thus seen exactly the shade of Genrce's new
to be an expensive luxury. The rea. snk,- J1acket, and the niart little
son for the waste in force entailed by grpnii hands round them will go with
It, or one reason at least, lies in the the lining beautifully. Men never coi-
tact thtt. while in normal respiration aer' t '`se little tins."


ALES Hair Renewe
A splendid tonic for the hair, makes the hair rrov, long and heavy.
Always restores color to gray hair, all the dark, rich color of youth.
Stopsfallinghair, also. Sold forfifty years..C"3: ,1',
1,E~.I~inJ5pUU~hE uWY UWU WUUI UWUUI!~ --- -- ".. -.-- -

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Dry Goods, Grocerics, Provisionis,

Boat Stores, Hay, Grain and Feeu Stuffs.
We carry at all times a Well Selected Stock of Mlrchandiiti ada;ptel d i
the It. Andr.\ws nBay trade.
We will Not Be Undersold!'

_L~___ __ __~___


Manufacturers of

Rouhi, Bressod and lollmsioiiL

yellow PiiInaLlb


Dealers in General Merchandise.

Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and Feed.

The Allanton Llmber Company,



R 0 U G H 0 R I)R E SS E I) LU IM BE R,


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ill the malltter and11 act.



le Iin 't Co.*tt -
I "- -"rl I urn. ."*':1 S i;.-t"'-,Asir oe bh tween
L:Maud ,t :Vaivly :11f1 We
I~,.,...| ,vr, ...i I ht p rts en.
g-- .'. Ly ht.'y it diwtrnible
Un.firng the'' <; '. .y -. P Irobably the
lila t i ';" .l 'h"t.l' Of it t I... 44.. of

tr(' -4s .It. :I :. '* 1.o n -M,1 Ini t z. lIer
!l :: -', 4 \ :.ii. .,', r ~ Eliza Ito-
u .l !itll*' t { '. id'.:" '; l"< !' {1. European
ITno1irr'44 '*. ."I'* v ." p :-" ,iiop Eli ,r, t audi- a

0w-0.i ,iti!] N;s- v e' ys t ocr so practl-
ci ih the ru',:'" .' ;;'. -i until a revo-
lutloi ''.'..'' '. r 4" to lie.

*ilU-< WI h a' ov.41
Sn. '' *I'*; v -as christened
In I.''.:I.- -j '14- .t and Lawrence
Barcott "w ( ;'''":' I'; ,' iil was
to be n:',(", 1L .lrcv'o" o, n'it I Inflrrptt
spelled it to' "i '1,,;.v'r,'ri'," as his name
Wit's '4(U ilu i 1 in4 mediately cor-
rel'ed in vWiin h ''4lln'c('ce," aw his
own (!'; ieid ',ipweh'1!. And they shout-
ed thi.3 zit1 .:'wh '1-. to the ua taze-
nmno of ti '*!..:1!51h e!erk, till Mr. Millet
ebI..'',4(d ti' h the remark that
the l',ti':r nI 14 h4'. ve ',.' l initi to
Vay inm, turnhi,' t, "i the clerk, said,
"Sp i''l til with :' -v.' '' Adm Lavrce
Mii!t Let u .t:s 4id-' 4y law.-LChristilan
Ieb ist-r.


Kg- ig. .' 11rnP i 'fi7-. lEru NPPERIOR.
S.* 1..uI. ilhi at -ainesville, Fla./
A, r. ,, 1905.
Notice is hC1'er given that the follow-
iug-namet! d acl thll-vI h tiled notice of' hiis
intentiuii to t: o e' ciinnliutal ioln proof int
,zkpport ot hik l ij, a nd thit snid proof
wiill b1 .r il>ld,' th4f4,r' tht' clerk ofthe tiI-
Chit' e'0it at \ i)lon, A4 Oil Nov. 20,,
19')03, vi/.. :
JOHIN E;.,M NZl I': ,tf EcuoIfin Fla.,
'-Id. 34it: lor Ihe n.' io stc.. J12, to. Is,
r. I1 w.
lie la; < th1i' fIllo\ ing" witnesses to
Iprov i ) .\ his c1'iui '!ts cooidoIue upon
and u'ltiv\'atit.4 of -,4 1) 11d, viz.:
Ak 2. !,i3 i, otf VCribii, Fla., David
Iohly, 1( 'r4:4 lI;'rlfer and W illis lias-
vittor otf' confliii.i, .F1..f.
/ \V. ,OBIN.soC,., liegyiter.
t" (.'E itl(r's fce paid.
NOTrIut: [-'014- IPUI Ti'ATION.
i.) EP.\ .r.\ ve !' <)i' o n' : t Nrj.um n Ii
I i .d (O lice at a iin svilie, l4 la. .
S e p t . ', .' '.
Nolti' it he;'i 'y gii cii that th1 f1'ollow-
i g n1elillkUd ,s>'thtl.' 1'ts tiled notice of hi
i Itention ti o i t1111e final i ooft in support
of his 'lI ii). 1 : '1d 1ha .-t id proof will he
innae bietore ithep (ler!; o0 t'eo circuit court
at Vernm, [Fia.. oin "oT. '&, l.i:., viz.:
I EN l Y I':. ,SC;',l ([ If()tl :' of ) 1'on1pkiils, 'la.
lid ",I, for lie w1.W of 1se., -24, tp. 2s,
r. l w.
lie ;Ina )e,4 thl follow ntIg witnesses to
prove hii conIt in ou1 r, sidence upon and
cnllivatiiin of said( land, vi/.:
E. N i mi. t p) ilis,\ 0. C. 'I ni npkins, J.
(G. Vounigblhod, I o-f Tompki ( iIns, Fla.
'W. R olmeoN, Register.

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i. M ovKim'

i ON SU.PTIOlN 'Price
t OUGU Sard 50so&$1.00
OLD- Free Trial.
rest and Quichst Cure for all
' r. 50 YEARS'
v 4I'1* ,P'K R3ENCE

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In v eniiiiii in i >' ,' , .. 'o n mIi n a .n *
tioun lrtric ly **.. ... I f ,'..n.. .P l .,n a

Sptirr m tu q, \rii a ce t t 'l ii O, in (Ihu

V'f: .r.; fou r nu flih 1. 5n hl i.>v tl T/owsilc.'ler.

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,Copyright, 1005, by T. C. McClure -
o 0

"And no man -can foretell what the
aitine has in store for him."
Nature h."'"-h', to judge from appear-
.'nces, had the dumps. A despairlug
klzy loked gloomily down on a de-
;Ipor: .unt "i:lh through an at:mi.'pilih're
.4; ,:u'') and chilling as a wet blanket.
W lt a little shiver of discomfort at the
1:4L') t of things. Katherine laid the
!)i1n face downwardl on her lap In the
way that one should not and, li, k!ung
up the poker, gave the fire a thrust or
-o :is a rider spurs his horse to greater
"Ugh! What a, day!" her thoughts
:anu. "One would think Joy were dead..
Fire won't burn, sun won't shine, even
'0e .-'..li.,e < huddle together lumpish-
.y without V.L.c'-:', enough to scrap."
Sbc picked up the book again and re-
S Td the la, t sentence, "And no man
:.n i'oreth!l what the future has in
oe for him." This time she closed
h book and placed it on the table be-
:ie. her. Decidedly Mie was in no
od 0l for reading, and with hands
'.las.ed idly in her lap the otat staring-
.ito the fire." But that last sentence
logged her thoughts. The past, with its
niiles and tears, was left behind. The
resentt seemed monic-itarlly a thing to
)e endured as one might. But the fu-
At this point her eyes turned from
:he gra;:te and fixed themselves upon
.ie riing that she wore upon the third
S:,. r of her left hand. It was ta beau-
'if'l riIg-a Ilnk pearl that reminded
,ie of tender dawns flanked by two
li:t;,omds--her engagement ring. Ordi-
iarily she could not look at It without
i kindling of the heart, a thrill of
.vaarm'h a2n1d 'appincs.4. Today she eyed
,t with i ariguid,, restless interest.
''. .t, l1h, reprec-cnted her future.
it wa:v as fixed and Irrevocable as tha
ona.t itself. How well she knew what
it wvuld be like. Had she not seen
'1Z; Ons of her friends inmarry, bubble
Ai'--fuliy for a brief year or so and
:i(n subside into the stale beer of do-
.ileCtic e(xisteuce? If she had ever
thought thlit with Jack and her It
w;o:id ie different the illusion had van-
.shelI in the bleak light of this all re-
,-eoliig day, which brought out every
.'orilid detail of existence with bitter
amph" .-: i,..
Different? Of course'they would not
be different. There would be the brief,
dazzling happ!nes. of the honeymoon,
the glamour of new possessions, and
then some day they would both sud-
.denly tire of the play and see each oth-
er for the first time' plainly. Jack
would squint his eyes critically and
discover that, she was not' the most
beautiful woman in the world after all
t--holug, of .course, he would be too
well I.'-ed to say anything. He would
lnij'ly be a triple b -1're.i at the let.down
and plunge lun;o i ibiuess to forget, lkss-,
. Ing he.r absently la the mornilug and
6v',nlug ai a mere form-a1m.4ttor of
nblit. :
And she? Well, she would rub her
eyes about the same time and see tb
her, amazement that he was just a
p lain, ordinary, average man, without
a single godlike attribute and with a
painful and unmistakable tendency to
grow bald and stout. But she, too,
would be politely reticent and hold up
her face for that perfunctory kiss and
tiry to f'org;;t it all in a feverish en-
thusiaisn o'. cr house and gowns. And
hey wouhl grow more and more sl-
i141t to',ward e:'.ch other, conversing
ni';itly in monosyllables. Never would
liey quarrel-her lips closed a trifle
mor'e firmly (at the' mere thought-but
I:'!!h Vi\4uil. withdraw farther and far-
-' ill, ini h 'is own little world, and they
,vouki codniunicate with each other
,ii:'O g'4"8 ;.-ni.:il wickets, as the ticket
,les'.; at tie theaters do wiih the pub-

T, < ,,.",:.i. of t"i". gloomy picture
w,,'ere na. cleariy visible to her mind as
l:1;u.i:ih shl' paw themi with her eyes,
'41l 1b' laughed ruefully. Was this
0or:t of thing necessary? How did she
iKnov.' tha t Jak was the man? Might
;.t tihe rel'(tl Ier.4on still be imbedded
,144' fl1rne, like a fly in amber?
A the t oiuht she caieaiht her breath

A NMAP 1'' ( T AX' Ni)EV CI'Y aind, c.ianiu1g forward, dropped h.er face
4 4J, ,i f. '- i' 4i1I.4S aiad gazed into the fire
-ax; )0 ieltc iorrcl ly it la1.t d a:i ,: v1', intensity. It was a tre-
,sih win' all t, ,Ire Iiii rt nt ,";-is oi ':t, but what guarantee
lihilif----is of gr' it value to any ., s he- that he was her ideal? He

,,-ine (?'item'ii tin;ig puircha'si:.i pri .- .:', '',' so. 1 ru'haps, merely because he
w.ty in lowli. It covers ab Ilt found 'l '-"c:ed it more nearly than any
lilt-ies of coast linie, extending' east- Is ;t h !4ad yet met, but no one could
wa'il' f'omun l)\er's Pir.t.-.,to ald ern- .! .hIt the future-had in store for
.ah il ,g ol l 0, I I ,'roWs, with c.r- ,:;: *. litre was the rub.
t 1 I i- c w provc.Ieet.'d to develop the thought,
: ra.j>Q ldingf Ler' Ltor0 y i nlaidl. PAio,' vilhf .'l'rl',cations unmistakably feili-
thiie l).,llar, iiit tle 1, 'OY tiflIco. '1;e. TAke an index finger her imihd
A .o- ,.' ,'.cT backward to the day when big
A S I'X'IN .AL ,MAP OF 'Plil ST. "-e'ves had seemed the most entranc-
ANC1JREWS BAY COUNL'RY, 'iv hiecominig things a woman could
Showing all tihe Ials disposed of by ::'. lihen inexorably It pointed again,
ho (C. ai lo ,ard io of b '4' th:'e to the sleeves she was then
th uati mpany,e also lcate r .,: tight above the elbow, but
tarqi'son, l'trk'r, I'romaniLtoni a"(l v'ih gp-ett pwinches sagging below. And
alj-icn t country. .hla jphi)t of the "14,?e v'ere now chic,. and the others
lots is not sh1owvtr. but. by the-Laid of m possible. The poor old fashions of
this manp the appIroximitate Ioa ion o(f -(" otv1'r--how ugly and deforming
any let is easily deteltruiined. Price 'b14y "'p4Pred: Could it be that by any
One Dollar, at the B no Ollice. 0siabiltity the likings, the loves of to-
Either m ap. will b1 s,'nt by mail to lay wouIld-
ay ad of rei W iih a rush it came over her that
'. i, w'st 1 oves did change. There was
."''issy Cl-mons, whom she had wor-
*Our Clubling List. '',)ed wh,, she wore her hair in pig-
a is and Now could not endure. There
The hB OY has ,tl.1v(%,1ry l1ieral cl>ubl. V41a Atiunt Grace, whom as a child she
hili arrlugc in nt. wih v a1 te.w (tliheveiry had co)nsidred cold and severe, and
Present cui ..ni for a whole yo1r 1 tlut Ituth whom shabe had loved. Now
hie prfIlV tmtl their pplaneo in her esteem were exactly

Dt11Noit lr. 4. i t e-a-(wecI reversed. Aunt Ruth was kind, but un-
1i)tF YL.-ur Ro,,k'I ............. .7 ] interesting, while Aunt Grace was in-
'I h. Fla T1. . & Citizen,, lilv for i$7, 85 Iplring.
44o1 Swei 41kln 'o .! 35 "It la possible," she murmured tense-
S,, ,..title ' : ;.. ... 3: 5. ty to the fire. "Somewhere In the fu-
Parkerr,'.; i ...1 ,,vr'" ... w ; 55" ture there may be a man who is all
Floiha Agri;clir'i:t "' ... 'i 5> that Jack is and more. And what If I
d du chlu,' 5, oach .. I- should meet him?"
Far il tourtl1, 1 ilki d'a, monthly I n e11r lips parted. Half unconsciously
C i iti ati V..... k, o. i..'x-'ea week
Slatrg, p.ag1 a;h r(4 C. 1 f 75 sh" dire:w' Off the ring. Its pressure had
Atlatah('.,,4M4ittion 4)" ,.- 7T.5 suddenly become unbearable. How
N. Y. World :c.,4-a .. ..... J 70 could she wear it without knowing-
The oi. i>'lAft. ......... I 7;, w;theiit. fi'.1I g sure in her own heart-
'The r,'i ...... .......... . Il! that It meant finality In the matter of
For ia,'v ,o 4 .'t, 1 r of it'e iabvh I,) uI'li',a- ''h,,;e, meant that with all the world
tions in c!I'u.c-ltiC)1 with ti 4'iOY, adt to choose from she would have him and
dress I H ordfsrto I tHE BL OY, no other?
St. Andlreiw, F' i. And. how eould she know that? She

might st .-Tl T iRk the ring "ani wait.
but meanwhile what of .Ia'k? It smcrn-
ed scarcely prol'bale th.ot he wouit
acquiesce i,,illly in infh a pro,:e(-T.' -
She 1ui ,d hysterically. Sh .co.il'
ituLiirrlo114 hi11 undor :l\ ',i ;- [ provoca.
tion Informing her that there were just
as good fish to be found In the sea as
had ever been caught--aye, and i'.-
ing them too! She winced a'; if some-
thing she regarded aas wholly hers 8Were
slilpihg away front her.
Moreover, suppose she should break
her en>:.ige.'moet because of the uncer-
tainty as to whether .he was her final
choice and the future should bring no
other. What then?
She frowned in bewilderment. For
the first time she realized with a g.is.1
just how big a lottery marriage really
is. She had heard that trite phrase
many times, but it had never seemed
significant before. Now she felt as if
it were a lottery in which to a million
tickets there was but one prize and
she owned the teuthlof a ticket.
With a sudden swish the rain washed
smoothly down over the outside of the
window pane as if the surcharged sky
could no lont.-r control itself. Kath-
erine turned her head impatiently. She
bad no sympathy for any perplexities
save her own.
Again she held the little bejeweled
ring up before her with the tipe of two
fingers and gazed at it solemnly, but it
seemed to have lost all meaning. It
was no. longer a .ring 6dered by' Jaci
and designed especially for her. It had
the "any man to any woman" look that
always got upoh her nerves. She stared
at It long and fixedly and then jumped
to her feet and dashed across the room
impulsively, sitting dow-n at the writ-
ing desk between the windows.
With nervous haste she pulled some
paper from a pigeuonhole, took up the
pen and dipped it deep in the ink, as
one always does in moments of intense
feeling. Then she pushed the pen back
and forth across the paper' in those
long, scratching strides that character-.
ize the writing of the modern woman,
and the sound was as balm to her
"You'll laugh and call it nonsense,"
she wrote, "but Jack, I'm not sure!
And of course I must be sure, mustn't
I-sure beyond any doubt, beyond any
possible man that may come toward
me out of the future? And so I'm send-
ing back the ring"-
She was interrupted by a commo-
tion in the street, where two rival fog
horns seemed at first to be vying with
each other. A moment later her dazed
ears disentangled the sounds and she
made out from the fearful din 'the one
word "Uxtra! Uxtra!" She pushed
up the window and leaned out.
"Dreadful smashup on th' 'LI'" roared
the bigger of the paper boys, holding
up a black lettered sheet invitingly,
and Katherine nodded her head in
vigorous assent and flew down to the
door, her heart beats keeping time
with her footsteps. Accident on the
"L," and Jack always went up and
down that way! It must have hap-
pened, too, at just about the hour he
would have' been going downtown to
be in print now.
She fairly snatched the paper from
the baby'ss hands, not even waiting to,
close the door as hor eyesaclitched at
the print ravenously'. A moment later
she was at the telephone.
"081 Johnu Quick, central!? And a
second later the thin, strident voice 'of
"the office boy was ift her ears. "Is
Mr: Langley there?" And the answer
came, "Naw, hasn't been down to-
day." She leaned limply against the
telephone and there a moment later
the maid found her.
"Mr. Langley, miss."
'Yes, what of him?" She turned
to.' ard the-maid with staring, expect-'
ant ey", and tlhe lacr looked back
at her iin amau(,'mnt.
"Iie';s in the dra.in;;' riom. Tie
v ..2t: s to :41 ( ,.o' ;," ,,-.h* ; 4'44;!0'e;1er
He was aive th-n: i'" or'.,,
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:ig'.t aindi d:.e a io (l .i.s *;':.f'. I
2'4 1 yo'::';o wiil;'4 :: i do ti.) ic
t'h u:1 0 i.'."t1 it:"
"Of Co;iw I ;!i." ;hiaid 5>;-. ",tr'o.
"Aboiut hI ).',' n 'B. ': i, bo l. the ,.;1';l;'C
n.;i ;, d> yun th:;, '"
1''Wedi," n' ;iit,.4:t u the o1 0 er, ''1 ,ont'i
want aL ny nm;;V('il wai't's 1i'llht. I iue -
it'd amount to $1.5 It' it was ail .aur
id up." . /.
"See here, IIHatel," saif( his 1 '_-I.
bor, "you know T've boen trying for
a year to sell that old mare.' S-,posc
you take -her and c;ill it squaree"
A frosty, su li1cious look ca'ie into
Farmer Hatch's eye.
"Sebree," he said, "you can't drI;ve
no such barg.;in as lhti with )_ie. I'd
i-e $3..t0 anyway if I m-4dce ti'dl
trade. You keep the old L'(,I, yo'r .'-
el-. I'll take the cash. "-You"h',:
C companion.
nlow a QGerman DPu hy 1%Is -;wat' e5.
Of all housewives in I"rn::' ,';' 2 r>':,a1
bly the Ge'rmian is tlh ,o1 i,'.' ; '.'.
and of all it'U ,i ot ;' iL" ',.'
man practi-es ,.;r t I:..,;i). y ili '
of sw h.: a' f 111 an A I1),a2 :. :: Lo' J; -i; y 9'"-
of l :tting it on t!h ; ', l I'. ,,, ( -r: .;
')aV'y is swadillh h'.i ina 4 n 'li, n.nTr,;.v ;.;x -
o,'.V, which is mia'dK' to m.11 ''t ("om ih't4P.i
ro;:"i;l I.wn b,.s'i;^ tuck(,'! i p [:-;
('.t -ind tornm, '% i:u lt: : s4',:;: -
Thiee )bands of g .y b'.4. rI,''.'r are
ti-.'i: t'aH;:;ed row',! she ",1'.:L i : ::i. ;l<
;1l t'i < in la s d, m 1o 4I4 o''. :1
w!:<,ve his cLh' st. l;. i. i .'- m! h.is an-
kies may be siipps o'd I toi ie.,
Il! thi gut' e 1f1i c, n be (dp1' ited al (
,n111 4.l'nl eLsilt lei~L e' i o01 I s' : ''] '.1 ';s
best Led or on te 1 l;tfch.-] : "" c,- r ,
on the drawing r"o1; t',;i'?. I, )' 'fun. I
Gc' m (-'rmans are of this pr' 1c(tm''V. p1: of'
baby may be gu,'ssed from thi f-:et
that it tfl ur-u s 1-.1r'.Zl- in their picture
books, a rnlnwi their dolls and even in
the bakers' sli'.vr' at Easter time, made
of dough and covered with ,ig.ir. to be
devoured by greedy live babies.-
Strand Magazine.

Thi' S car1.t



Copyright, 1905, by T. C. McClure

In his heart of hearts the handsome
young principal of the high school
sometimes characterized the young peo-
ple under his charge in highly munpro-
ressionali language as "little beasts."
'e.i.. b:g was by no means his voca-
tion, l.tms-luiply a compulsory grace by
which h'ihuped to obtain two coveted
years of study at IHe.idelberg
*He did so, now with a viciousness
that would have horrified their parents,
for as'he 'nd Miss Cbmyng' entered one
of the sn11ller recitation rooms to look
at a glove they were confronted by
their own names scrawled upon the
blackboard and bristling with the can-
celed letters common to both. By
counting first the canceled and then
the remaining letters to the formula
"Friendthip, love, indifference, hate,"
the youthful tormentors had discov-
ered anud duly published to the world
that Mi, A" Comyug's feeling for him
was a aomplound of friendship and in-
iJ ea own for her was
uUa uL? rated love.
But this Wrn not all. Lest the in-
seriptioni should' by, any means escape
the attention of its objects, warningly
scrawldd'beneath it was the admoni-
tion, "'t' h.~tgp the name and not the
letter, atI1' you change for worse and
not for I tt,'r."t
C'."ir:,,irt glanced at his companion
swiftly. I'-e ,' voutly 11hoped she was
not ouc ;t'i.i na mawkishly sentimen-
tal 3y )iUiP w-.imein who blu-;hed and
quivered .t occur'renee of thi s sort,
thereby gi 'ing 1hn an unicoifortable
feeling that possibilities hovered in her

-':t this tii', be iw"-i have ihad no
f-."*. )is i'c.t-myni t'.-,k the matter
iL.i iI ; 'i'I. ,l '. ll, ,. i," i n : r predecessor
1h:, l d '" 1 i 1' i ii.til "r e-irutlnmstances.
.ill', fr,.. .l lh" r.,.'l m a moment with
iil,...1'ug .b.'I."'-: .hen tri'ansfe'red; hi'r
g i'. : nly to L's c-:o- and langheJ1
,,"i :','!.-t a lui? il'0:',,r'g look of relief
S .-ii : ,"l thee--, a'Nd when she
; .s .ti a '- ..t denmurenel -s.
"I ',I'. I't 'I n Iit e.t,,l.rrassed," she
,':':'iri 'e.N' one. I ni ure, need feel-
..l o -f''linig -i'r;,-idship and in-
'i.', r. ir a c.Il '-:::i.. But candld-
."--. r tC e t_1:,!::-.,1 and became
,.k Id inm:tt.:'r rof fact-"i-.n't it
. th t In ,all th,.:- young heads
r, wrAi.-l.k' the. Ie'itrt.lls are still dan-
'. T. :- ~q.] as tlih' -!:I,ped and rum-
I .r. oth oth'r side of the room,
"'i. r.', -.,itI'lidea ~lioild be dominant?
:.. I. e''- nIt, h- very old nor
.. .. .v'"-.er lips t vitched-"will
I'- t;..- lei'ang rok?' In a'living drama
f -r Ol iei.: w mouths-. One hundred
":in.1 t .'iit. iflIrs of ke,- eyes will be
v :..:;. li usi aily. awaiting some sign
ir oiur luitirap1in for each other. It's-
it's .-in i.'y oppIlling!" ,
".''ll.'lin .'.. bhe echo"T. "I should
I-'." Iit wavas- anA some o.?_f them a'e still
'iun ,'' ; ,g ptre"t-y nell future
wii n '-h' aniURy with an 'i! But I
.i't i';nd if y'! don't," he added mag-

She wa; si:tttg on the arm of one of
t'l, chairs la a thoroughly girlish butf
raihi-r iuindigiuflod attitudle. Cartright
n.ti,- e witt1 satisfactlon that her
tia.:i-n!g alnd ot "sink In" as yet.
"MinI:l' Not t. Why, it's as good as a
play. Now. If you come into my room
to speak t,) we during a recitation, es-
pecially if' you should happen to smile
at me, the air be,'omes electric with
meanhn.r. Mfinnie telegraphs Jennie a
swift 'Did you see that?' and even the
ln'lking. (,v'rgr'own boys who have
been silltng liKe buinp" upon "16gs
arouse ro s minething like life."
"I've ha!i a milnil to show you some-
thing i found on the floor today," she
remarked slowly, and from the bag at
her side she took a slip of paper and
hold it out to him. "It's extremely flat'-
terlng to you, 'anyway."
lIeo looked at the slip. "I bet she's In
love with him" was written in a wab-
bling, uinorinetl hand. "I don't see
how she ciu help it, he has such fear-
ful fires in his dark eyes. They're just
like Rocheqter's."
There was a moment's silence, and
then the two young instructors broke
Into a roar if laughter that wiped out
the last ense of them." ",
"Now that you know that I know,
and I know that you know," was- Cart-

right' i.:i,:e'wba t Involved explanation,
"I d'iti't -:e tiuy reason why we can't
be friends. Nothing that those young
cubn do can possibly make us shy.
We'll show them that the thread of ro-
inance does~i't run through every
friendship teen' a man and a wom-
an.", -
"As the' scnrlet bread through every
bit. of' he British navy,"
she supp~lmented saucily, and then
the talk reverted to school matters. '
But the pupils of the Central High
school were not slow to discover that
there "was "a new ease and understand-
ing between the Incoming teacher of
algebra and physiology and 'the prin-
cipal whom every girl in the room se-
cretly raved over.
Once Jennie Bascom met them walk-
ing In thea park, and notylthstanding
the fact that-on this occasion they were
deep in the 'discussion of pedagogy
she deserlbed the meeting to Minnie
Brown, her chum, the next morning
somewhat after this fashion:
"They dtidn.t even see till I was close
to them they were so interested In each
other. Her cheeks were all pink-you
know how lovely spe looks with the
color shining through that down on her
face-and lhe was looking at her, and
his eyes were shining with a great hap-
piness." Here Jennie dropped dream-
ily Into the words of her latest novel-
"And words of love fell from his lips."
"But how do you know? You didn't
hear them, did you?" demanded the
practical and unimaginative Minnie.
"Hear them!" was Jennie's scornful
retort. "There are some things you
don't have to hear to know tiheri. I'll
bet you, that he was prolpsing to her.
Just wait-and watch the third finger
of her left hand."
But, though they waited and watched
with a patience that dr-,.r ,.-1 reward,
the tapering fingers of Ruth Comyng's
Icft hand remained unadorned. Had

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lovely to set -ihe li'l. '- u.i .
rooain table with the ni.. '."..
and the pe',Iran'.io of & t....
raiad and deiest v.1aS 1i;,t 1 ,x')cXL y ;i,
trying or0 ea''l., bu} t;c ;' :' : :; '
clhi.'1hn i 1n:;1 .i he "' -'- .it .- '. A' ''
i l' su.:' cced,in. g, Vi h i e .tA:I ; .'.:- <'' O0
:l !,tr e onidio;n l'oyh, iii i.: _:: t':t
foi'el i;eo: tbe o. :1 Le, al
elic ef. A ltat;e lah2 ( w'':', ,i;4 141 'i.
ihad ce'-i4 a" lio d theL cj' < -: ': t.
into. nhe .b.ci n ..' a s: ouI' i(i: .'. ',
l_. ; L4e ( .' r:'. I u' i:; ;:4.2 v i:e
Sfo e ihe oe ch, -itI; fU...cJ i' ,4' .
tedtlCfil eye :, WOOs Ma:;. '1. (<' 4'.
foor blei(ide her wb s the (c 'ia .:' n:4o
In one haund vva.s a io:'4g n('edl' 'wi4'.
wv,-ite thread. "Oh, dearie," sK: c:'i-.
"it is going to iburn mIy h:ld. .i
dreadfully to baste this chick':-n cv :',
fifteen minutes!"-'What to Eat.

Flandel! was blussd v.ih a ..(n.ct"
ful a:,p]eti e, ai. '; :y :iN "'? r '
ing i.t'Co niit u'l o0 oil ':( 'i :. i
tho nim :a1-is taken by i;;s ..1 ,r' 1' ,r it
iniulgni4cIe. .i.S r"'sth:i 0: 1 i 'ro t'; :1
ti:e cr', i'wCr ; : .i.i: t i'o j' ct of -
ti're. alld i 01 0 "-:t- o tiC" (-
)oseor is "'t'r' -'1'4'ld- i ;; Sit:;. m I
beer biarrn'i. A.a. h-:1 4.' 1 "i:r of
fowls are at ,',i:d ti t 1 ,' 4,144 of ;-'
o0 g 1(, a t :-"l'. 't 14'1 :' ':'. iI i1 'I.
books, n the floor A[' t'
i strev, u -,h i, o .'i,.4 4 : It '
1 t4 ik 'v tl 1't '-i 1.!'
v.n?"L "". 1 , t4'4!
wil storio c l','n ; 1 ;,- :., '..

any founl:it4o in Il ,(1'."' i ':ti. N\ .:-
would probab'" d( '4 ,[i. .'i;;r 4:-
three pe I:.ous fo.)r Ii:;:il:u ai);l 1 -
cause it w.: i)ut-i : k p''" i.;ck f(:r t'"
compI;:ly t ";rr4ve L.:;';, o(0:1 t to ti4 ;'
toniiod w ;i'al "-I :-I| d : ; ii"-: y,
Bring up c e tin;u.r bras''in:o.'

Talked Jit Li,*e a ?;. ;i
Miss F'lorence M rry4. te o ,
faughter- of Ca.ptain hi:;T:'':t, mtad
iame lmannerlsm 4 of h t(-''-o::. .!i.;
following anecdote is t'l,1y 1,4 -
'Downey: '" 'Jle's i;;' ....
ence Marryat' .s1 Ci Mr. T'1;.-,
publisher, to ne o ::1' .;.';i-::4 '4-t(
-,.vants me to lbuy,a 1no thO'1eree v.: e
novel from her'. if I'm out ?1' thi
when she calls you can t;ilk to Lc:'.'
"I asked hovw I vwas to reC';.o: iz Iper
'You'll recognize ,r e10 y c' u'4 :g,.' ..;),i
Mr. Tinsley. 'she is a t:il, sir
looking woman, and she'll 1i01k to
just like a man.' A fewv ...y;. l:t,.'" C
tall lady called. I and:ed .se mi'414'
be Miss Marryat. Sli.' lookerI aro',:nd
the office, and then, adtresii'c;.ng 1ie, ;-1h;'
said, 'Is Bill in?'
"To this I replied that Mr. Tiun-ey
was not in. Could I do anything for
her? 'I must see Bill himself,' she
said. 'Tell the old boun:ler I call.-'J.
'You're Miss Marryat?' I ventured
'Yes. But stop! How the dicken-( do
you know I'm Miss Marryat? I never
saw you before.' "

What Is the Meaning of "Vulgarv
Sir Walter Scott's daughter once
spoke in his hearing of something she
could not endure because It was vul-
gar. "My dear," replied her father,
"you speak like a very young lady. Do
you know, after all, the meaning of
this word 'vulgar?' It Is only common.
Nothing that is common, except wick-
edness, can d(ieserve to be spoken of
with contempt. When you have lived
to my yenrs you will be disposed to
agree with me in thanking God that
no11.,11 .. really worth havill or hearing
about in tlis v.'r' l i' 3 uncommon ,i"-'
Lo':-;il[l's 4'i o0' 414ti."


This' the latest ant( most complete
-* Hiluand low for working- plants in the garden. It
- "-..Sel-ldj tnitable; the weight the block to
n. ... winch the blade is attached keeps it in the
.' ground, and the depth of plowing' is regulated
Su ly lifting' the hatrdles. A boy or girl of ten
1 ers can handle it with perfect ease. It has a
; .., \ 4-inclh steel wleel, the height of which makes
.: the plow light of draft. It has five blades: 1 ;I
S;: during mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweop or weeding
S blade, 4 a bull-tonl'ue, 5 a rake* Wrench
with each plow.
-,-'- We have made arrangements by
wh...ich we can furnish this plow/ t i
'- .... -, the factory price, $3.75, Wih.


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frcighlit o St. An u'ews [Bay about one dollar, making lie plow, de i,'crei
.$ .. But thie Bl roY proposes to do bett- than this and will send the -Bnov
one vcar a(Id fu-ni o ne of these plows complete at the factory for $4.50
pur,'haser to pay freight
The plow lmay be seen in operation at the editor's residence at, any time
Order from the. BUOY direct,

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Sold at St. A1id'ro.:v lHay, 'Fla.. at

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.IInong which is. found much unpierced
.ad only half finished, made of stone'
glal', bone, shells, horn- nay, even of
wood and broken-therefore we have
resolved that henceforth no loose wam-
pmn shall be current unless strung up-
on a wire. Trade wampum shall pass
as good pay as heretofore at the rate
of six white or three black beads for
1 stiver (2 cents). Done, resolved and
dlecl''cd' this tI '.I of May, 1650, at our,
m 1ee ui:4" in Fort Amsterdam, New

r;, ', *It Permentes EIvery Clans of Societr
r l 4- ; i.- ..st to Lowest.
'" .- ' Veracity is a sca:ce article in Persia,
.. .. .. i. ..- 1 r. r 'c.L.:.-' to the Rev. Napier Malcolm.
.'.. .I:;' '".',". n his "Five Years In the Persian
Sold at St. Andrews Bay, F a Town" he writes of conditions In Yezd
At Dr.... ci," 's i'i ,i Skre. fls follow's: "In the Yezd bazaars prob.
'C'all for fr;t:e salnile. abiy not le2s than one-third of. the,
,a.; -- speeches made by Mussuminans are
fakelehoods. One day a cook of a Euro-
S 0 TI pean went to the bazaar and after the
We offer for sale a strip from the usual haggling fixed the price of some
south side of the north half of the meat at 12 krans for thirteen pounds.
northwest quarter of section 10, town- 'But,' said the cook, 'you've got your
ship 4 south, range 14 west, running thumb on the scales.' 'Did you think,'
firom the school house to Watson bayou, retorted the butcher, 'that I would
adjoining .iJillv ile on the south. Will be give .you ncat at thirteen pounds'for
sold in acre, quarter, or half-acre lots. 12 krans unless I kept my-.thump on
'tie price asked vaill be a cording to the scales?' We had a- neihbor who-
location. W. A. EMMOWNS & CO. was considered a fairly- respectable ,
man whase sole business was the forg-
:".' '*< -'.3i 1n.n i -.sI., lug of seals.
': oh is the '.ut the fact Is that every class,
.' y't'o .sters and from the highest to the lowest, *is
Sl' '- ., js ,)nny th'-.'L,-,'lIvy permeated by the leaven of
:' ':'' '. l or the con- dishonesty. A Mohammedan assured
-' ': t -;'c:-' : 'i' ."" ',"", ,h, 't more of- me that truth speaking and honesty
:''1 "' 4 "4'v'e' s a ul'iterat- had nothing to do with religious, but
S, :" ,- 1 t'he 'street or were purely a matter of climate. 'In
'* .-;: l4. T:. mother takes that case,' said I, 'the people of Persia
S'~' *" : i';'.;r -s tite by ought to speak the truth very well, for
'.'(~:,ns .iu juices and one of the Greek historians who lived
... '.,ie s'4.bstan- before the Mohanimedan era declared
. "4:'.',- -.; li :." p ((ledes- that the Persians were famous for
' -.,:.. :' -,!;' "' ;u.ve 'b n al- speaking the truth.' 'But who does
"" :*:," c' f:-..:.': '::2 t(:.o is ihe only not know,' replied the Mo..halmmedan,
." ^'*'.. ',, .o'u' i;4 dys- 'that the climate of a country tbanges
S: : : .ill. or. if noth- entirely every 2,000 yiars?'"
-4- 1 (" : : it4?" -er1 and
',' "'-' r" ': Tre good Tarning the Tables.
;- .'. .:" .- ',S and o0 b)e- Pliny tells u3 that the pbiase "turin.
::': '.. oers Ing the tables" arose from the extrava-
; carried gance of the tomans. Inn the time of
S, < -1 4 '.'" .~~~l :a mny a dis- Augustus men of wealth spent fabu-
i,: -, ':: ,... :<',; -jI 4 )s on- lous sums of money on tables of costly
'- t: ;,' 4._ol' of :i).y a man, wo- material, such as Ivory, gold, silver,
u an i marble and highly prized woods, espe-
cially the citrus wood of Mount Atlas.
A a -1-i 4. ('c'reAncy. 1 l.. last were called t,;:",'.-, or pan-
A ear1:i;4 -''41 'i '. ' sh,'ing how therine, fro-m the" s:,..i f) appearance
shel', .in .- .'. .. of '1.-.. '1 deteri- of the gramn, as our bird"eye maple
orate 7 ;, .it Is- takes its nA.;m. (C'eo, a man of mod-
landr i .... -oi t'.;e 4 '1ue....;. of ti-,' eriate meanse, g'ave nearly 8,00 for
court of blIr ,nasters and s.'lie]pens of one. IHence when the g '?Ltl m"wn
May, 1,' 7, at the meeting in Fort Am- charged the ladies w':; extraaqa .mce
sterdam, ,New N, ... 1 ,,1'.. The ac- hi' jewels, especially pearls, the ladies
count reads: '" I we see and for retorted on their lord.a by p ',uting to
some time have sc1,n the decline and the vast sums sp'nt on table and thus
udepr'ecition of tLe loo_,u wampum, literally "turned the tables" upon them.

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Leads in Low Prices and Good

He invites the purchasing public to call,

Examine his stock and GET PRICES.

Pays he fIhasit Price for Green Salted ALIGATOR HIDES.

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Freshndof Guranteed Purity.

Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St. A'idrews and
SSurrounding Country.
May be onud at his residence on in]ue(4i Vista avenue at night.



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G3. '0. Tinware and Notions!,
\Vwrt you can', find at any other Store, come to the R A C K E T

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Hot Pleals at AllHours of the Dav.
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