Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00237
 Material Information
Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: December 7, 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: VID00237
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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!'< !:,. ;! s:'ouvnill'
R i.-.atYe-- 'ic, t' S. M.
::. -Y n, T: _.p .: 2d District.
';:i.k C 1rk, e C v7; d District
Vv L .r. Talihaasee.c
Lati i .e- Register, W. G. Robin-
sona; Receiver, 11. S.. Chubb, Gaines-
State-Governor, N. B. Broward; S. r-
retary, H. C. Crawford; -i'..i',r .,
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, W.
H. Ellis; Comptroller, A. J. Croom;
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion, W. M. Holloway; Commission-
er of Agriculture, B. E. McLin.
State Senator, S. W. Clark, Blounts-
M'ashington' County-R-Ip setotativ -,
VW. A. Broan, Chipiey; County Judge-,
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. T:..,ip-:'n, St.
Andrew; Treasurer, Louis H. Howell,
Vernon; Tax Assessor, J. W. 1, .'.-n.
Duncan; County Superintendent, B.
F. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Collins, Vernon; County Commis-
sioners, B. F. Swindle, Vernon; A.
L. Ha.rill, Cbipley; J. '". Portei,
Ec,-,'ti:a; J. H. Wcsley, Poirt Wash-
ington; Elton Sin ,elon, Nixon.
,St. Auni!-ews---Justice of the Peace,-
John Stlrrock; Notaries, W. A. Ent-
mons, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk,
Circt uit Court, \ A. i- n lti"-;
'School Directors, G. W. Su rL< r, Sr.,
P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis-
tress, Zadie H. Ware.
Mtillvilie --ostlnl'ster'. Henry Bovis:
Constable, J. H. Daflin.
.: .r- 'ostmaster and M'tiy Publie,
C.',a../ay-Postmaster, 1M. N. Carlisle.
Saunders-Postmaater, R. Peters.
-_naiinliOU-- OSL ui C'r, A.i liw Allan
\ Vi li't O i'(Os) .; sDt S. \V'. A der-

West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley
Mu-feo--Posima.str, James M. Muriee.
S- i'.ost::8 sti as, ML'rs.. G. ay.
o A*:!)l:s--"'ostnuast'er, L':Ec'y T'Iomp-

.,,: l,'DostiiaOsterl'. 0 11'omlpkinLs.
So !.;!aStet', J. i. Fowler.
c -i osti \tress, Mrs. Dyer.

.... 1iIl C iOnty C o:unuton---'ostimas-
"*; *.'; V . t[ .Ho lokins.
,,. --I ( ti.as-ter, \V. F. W ood-
t '[! 's MAIILS.
S, i ,'tel a Iis. via. Anderson,
;;my. h;ay lleand anl Chipley departs
\'ri y e'.A vo" e i)k ,-it():'.ly at 3:00
S '" : ;.'ive s ev'ry day e'x-
;- ., 7:15 im.
hy 'iil for garrison, M iliville,
C ( .. ,.. .1 ton0 IH !! : it -'..,,".. Cook.
.1.ailec o ml \v-i- : lea"s t.
'; ., .'.' :ery mori' :. : exce).t h1 u-
-. r, I 5.. ) o'clock, arrives, comimhg
west at 7 '\io k p. hi.
tl I,'. I[G1O1 S.,
aptist-C(hurcl e yoming :l ye. front-
ing Park St. Services at 11 a. it. a*'i
7*:*; p. m. Sunday Schliool e ery Sun
ay 1, a. m. Rev. C. L. Juycier.
pastor. r
Sst l .,,1-Church Wisr
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/*\ lelegular (.'r nUntiti-
"' I' \ cationis on tihe i ii
\-./c .'- Ta,,,1 th'ird Saturltav
:" : in eacih ti2nt th .
'Visiting lirothers
W. H. PAIKEIt, W \ {.
.WA. A EMMoNs,SecretaryV
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One Dpllur a Year in Advance.

Entered Sept 3. ]91 2, at' St. Andrew,
Fla., as seconJ class matter, under
Act ot Coii,.i "- of M rch 3,1879.


Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
month. Position and extraordinary
condition rates subject to special
"Local Drift."'c per line, first inser-
tion: 2 e each subsequent. Display
l,,:j, l-do.ubl.>- above rates.

If this paragraph is checked with a
blue pencil it 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.,

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Bran President-Mrs. W. A. Emmons

Pic ident General--Mrs. Cynthia W.
Alden. Hi'Kiquarters, 96 Fifth Ave-
inu,. New YoYrk.
Stabt Prvsidlent-Mrs. Mary L. Bradt,
319 Church st. Jacksonville, Fla.

'Have you had a kindness shown?
Pass it on:
'Twas not gr ven for you alone,
Pas, it on;
Let it travel down the years,
Let it wipe, another's tears,
Till in heaven the ceed appears,
Pass it on."

Motio--G.,.- 1 Cheer.
colorss -Yellow ani 3 White'
S-t a. color-I)'_ep) Orange.
F!().vf.r-C ,r,<)psis.
So).-"Sc'LttrT Sunshine "

I siood before the motund of earth-
The summons came too late to says
A last good bye to Iis dear clay-
Atf,i r-ed this tribute to his worth:
TLoe lie :a m ni w Io could forgive;
i,.irt was great, his course was

... 'r'ly gave his all;
if 'h, t wem n Lt live."

i' a s roll '- n
.,y. a trldgind through the snow,
| a' t I wn i stings, mv steps laii slow,
S.Tu-t lh en a gruI'f voice calls, "Hello!
i Gt hin and lave a ride; I go
night by the. schoolhouse.through the

I t kc- i 1 oi' r fr me;

I x W a n -
I I n. it it .1 A. n- xvwa
F n d m n er day
We crowded in the doctor's sleigh;
A shelter, coinforting as free.

BUSINESS DIIRECTOR. I'Th day I fell and broke my arm,
---- E When Jim and I were in the mow;

Deputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notary The doctor came-I se him now,
public for the State at Large; ihas With kind) eyes, and "Steady, Howe!
Jurisdiction to administer oaths. uloke Don't move, or 1 may do you harm."
athidaxvits, legalize : -.: -'.. *'1:--
mnots, etc., ait.i ,i e i Florida. Tliwy xwre lhis childi'en to the end-
-pelc,;ll att('nlionu given to i tnId -on- The 'villag -< folk; his only kin
,-e xl'Otu--es antd rot :~iOI o u-I o l -Ix' 3y '-
mit.d 4 fir lav,-i'il t;- rli d l) nt es. A xitMx e (il0cousin he took in
i,' 't the ltioy(',hiLc-. Ai.tdr\vxs To shield from want; she since had
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IRA A. 'UIt' L' J 0 -s His c('retaker iand truest friend.
A T LA V i 't i ce a h-no0 ill all the Glen
ATT.rIi a -- ; h~ at|ha, not fell, the kind caress

f al rtal I 'S s. I i ,,IA < -I. t':ic o en-LV to heal and bless
\VIti t eli,.Z-ful talK that none might

A ,i ri ey a t 1 ,; '<,

A li. tI AKKE,
Notary uiOfc let'V .. ; i '1 r<- (1
ice ut atSIM'(r, 0 1o : V ( \,
tlt. aitd CIel ',,, ;, i t. A' 1- \ ;;. xi; 1
w irk -olcited aud ic Ii it I it-

h*l'.v Ii; hea t ached for our distress-
Hlit ike x wt chal. not see again.

\ Ihcin did h', rest? No spectres erim
\',V,-' wintI-r's chtil, or summer's heat;
l) i-ute's ,r' storm; wind, rain or sleet,
_:( r Cxt';a'inss e'-uld stay his feet
itf loncu poor soul had need of him.

Di. W, G. AtiTCt L: i
Itl *sin cin anl i.t i D g-sti. ieast of lrayvie'. oL:,- cs his piaofe- And then. one day, le fell aleep;
Sll'ioi se lt'\ 'S to the cI .e"ti- on :,.
idire ws aand vcin Ity. leshi-nie on i T;,.- laid iim here, our hearts will
t ioII V .X;t;i n! 'Iv" !ne. ""' -
1.i.H mnto-:nry green.' and none tray weep;
eon eo aIlhic .i 1 i .. '.. -i ati AC(OUn- For he, at rest, would have it so.
cheur. Oilice I' oncer l I'" Store,! -- -
-----_.-< -- \ WhIttover atis in even the small-
\\ II. l'A 1I ,t wa\ i to Ie l world's bi ightness andt
".itlary 't :i or !' Iate of r' ltir-
Ida a;t It," l'-. .'l.i. cleiu p i.x wx rlth i ,vtle. One who' says
i(ioniv.,e 'i,. t' ." o S;I .r::'-. r rrn ernc ( ,ia. initg word to a disheart-
e ,n< n i hothood, gives a look of
A Long Time wVitiinr. I
Guest-I say, my man, how long tl".' to a lionely one, or speaks a sen-
have you been a waiter in this < if-? te(ae whiieci may ,become strength,
Walter-About six months, sir. i.-tht
--Oh, then It can't l:e you that I gave goi'Ne awd comfort to another, oes
my order to!-'Ev -.-.-. snoethitg worth while. It is always
1 lortlh xhiiie to live noblv, victorions-
Gelitp Even.
Why do you suppose so runny peo- 1x" sri .- zling to 4 pe say they like to listen to the rain?" the wiio even tihe smallest fragments
"Stupil! Because the ratu is s Kl of ,-o,,.) duty.-l-Vouan'.s Life.
4 art enve.-Irpprt." Baltimore aAmOM j ,
can. Life is what wa are alive to. It is

not length b'ut breadth. To be alive
only to appetite, pla.-nre, pride
money-making, and not tu goodness
tndi kindness, purity and love, histo-
ry, po(etiy, music, flowers, stars, hon-
esty and light hopes, is to be all
but derd.-Mattie B. Babcock.

TThree thli s to fight for-honor,
Country and home.
Thra things to g6vern--temper
tongue -'nd conduct.
Three things to love-gentleness
courage and affection.
.Three -things ,to, hate---? ,gnice-'
c, nelty a d ingratitude.
Three things to delight in-ftank-
f'.rs-, freedom and beauty.
T'h le t in ''s to avoid-idleness
loquacity and flippant jesting.
Th ee things to nAish for-health.
fi-i s'1 d a cheeeful sp irit.
"-,iree things to admi're-intellect-
41l power, dignity and grace tI'nles s

cThe Sra" "

V WCoing oal t e

6 i n. C c, .S 3
1 1 ll^' 9' Ey Laude
Cop,!rih. b! Elizabeih
K.. A. h ,ecilltd Co .TJe

The princess sat in lth rose g9:rden.
A cool breeze blew from the Liko and
the scent of the roses filled the airt
Above, on the, terrace, flauntlng his
gaudy colors in th. sunshie, str-utted
a peacock. From a distance (nmoe t1h
sound of music and a burst of laughter
followed the climax of a tale told by
the jester.
The princess wore a look of hI.'jitual
scorn, and because of hwr :ir;- ';alnc and haughtiness she had come to bee
known throughout the kingdom as "'IyT
Lady Disdain." She was beautiful,
there is no denying it; but, alas, shl<
knew it too well.
Again and again she had been told
by lords and princes who had sought
her hand that she was far lovelier than
any other woman they had over seen.
From far and away coime men of tilde.
of wealth, .of histor-ic fame, ill .age
to wed this fair maid, but sh' would
have none of them.
"Find me a man whose beauty shall
be greater than mine," she (.--led at
length. "and I will marry h;11-."
Princes vwl-ha Lal at a gU"In.ie con-
quered maidons' heIr.ts came. s'cure in
the thought of victory, but wvnt, van-
quished by the proud curl of the -prin-
cess' lip rnd the cock:ig g'.e:m of the
princ(ss' 5eyes' S)tm:.' L)- '- re-.
iiL-, at the court. :''. g ''". favor
In lbu heae't- of the maids of honor,
'1ous8 d: t'emsCu.vcs with vyive l]ess
thea tii'ul 1pe"h:- i than the princesss,
but f1l'y s a harm rirg in the1" way.
Today the princ.essi s.t l'one. Sho
a'd for'biilon her .ttoinanl. to follow,
her :ud hd' como to the rose gi:rdeln
to lMtd peArce :ild quiet. Not one in all
ihI' la ughinxi, umerry crowd but paid1
i1omng l. t heor h:.gh es 'tnte; not one of
chose whoi ad sought her hInnd but
: Wood in :wve of iher.
Suddenly -e'r cor caught the sound of
ti song. Nearer nud nearer it came till
hi',1 princess could distinguish the

shalff fall before iiil,'.- n.-u rme ita,
l,'tLj of love shill 'Alf in hiem then
one may Indeed I.' h t. l.z-i.t Your high-
aess, I speak truiy.'" 1 "
4The princ.e-s v. :s l,,)Qkujt -tr i'gut la
to the glowil-g i-'.< .tof to aj. m ,I. lor r,
Ipace they 1. ... :I ;ir e h.o,'-. tl'.1
the blue ,eye .' 1'-r I r'j- i .-. II
Thle man c ,.. i...-.:.,'l' ur I i'un.l .
Uh y said you v ,-,- g'a':tl V.,I orn..
but let m e s1. :. I 1 v .' "-:--..
i!ng. See tl:- '.'iit rr -- ,u'.l thl.'
sv.'ecping grar -* .rf th e1 uU g i,'.--I'' ,_'aj
you, with a l t l . 1.. :aI
pleasingly gr'i:-frl" ,;m ti :, t-"
me your to':'- _'I I I.l..
that .its tone were li l i- '
s'poke truly, Iit I lI .t ,41'irt t',t1si,.
j, thie .ir-i,,-" -ar 1 "I .- tL a l
,. hF i.u'.Iu i riT -'--' "o-
The princess' proud berad drooped as
,he stood like a child humbled by, re-
buke as she listened to the e M'n.--I
words of the wandering singer.
"Your -,;- ,,as, your people res-pecl
you and show you reverence. They
hon-or yon, but-do they love you?"
The voice was gravely questioning.
'and the princee.s was compelled by the
quiet force of the man to answer.
Without lifting her head she answered,
"Madam, throughout this 1L'.,.mr.
rmd kingdoms far awtay. went forth
your word-'Find me a man whose
beauty Is greater than mine and I wl1hb
marry him.' Princes from many lands
responded, but to one and all you said,
'No.' Why? "
Again the voice questioned. The
prin'e s lifted her head and looked la-
w the eyes 6o the questioner and an-
"Bsecause not one had greater beauty
tlian mine,."
itaising his hand and taking a step
forward, the man spoke with vehe-
mence: "FoG that reason you sent away
That northern. prince and laughed him
'o scorn, anid because he was so hum-
bled he returned to his hoine a havo-r
.,f ivcOmai.itindl, a broken and C -,ij-
olittel i, a .1. Know this, your high-
ss- lih:;1 p-rine had more beauty than
,on, ifo'r his wn of the soul, while
.y'ur..--o i1 of for-i and face. The lowest
.f :,-,.ir '-,-' jc bs has greaLer benut>
,!:,;>n 7on. liu2h i !)l' ss."
'Li.e Ir :'i's hivered and turned
i'.:Lvy, lbut io wv':rd did she answer.
"Your !hi i ;i. :s, I g 10 now, "'., I shall
,t::t." ,'ilh a quick movement he
'i:.-:d her hand and di ;-.-11 .i'-l into

"Wt l',n!.T l .:I;ed .' i ,< t: tree-
u k an l... L r fi ." l'..-' hands
.i1 was siill there n.]w .' .r' maidil of
!ii.or c.mie to her LI gathering
l, k.
*L ,
Tiew next dny a new i'r -''- came to
ih' cour to seek the hand If the 1)prn-
oe:.,i. He was tall and ( -.ik.. anld his

chin showed srnengih and
tion. His smile was gentle
and one and all were i 'l .
The princess did uintI -, .
did she show him favor. .1

,,i kindly.
i to him.
i him nor
' wa.tcled

him as he walked through liI, palace
.corridors with hi easy stri'. 'ind high
hIll head. She listened ...'.- talked.
She glanced at his thick'1,i1 bhair andt
ist' -. hands, and the ii: ig-' of the
wandering singer in thll' iq- garden
cau'e to hI'r 'ii.d. .
* I *
Again the J)rineit'.s 'satl ,L4t1 th; rt-0c
gair'den and alone. IHer lips lzi:l taken
;nI softer clturxve., nldl sllhe .mihl a -:o1'ily
to h- 'rself. Shtidonly she he.u-id th<(
sound of a -i (and aRs I.'- si.n'r,
came nearer she recognized the wvorda:
" 'Wht In alo the world, in 'allthe w-orIt,'
ticy siay, 7
'is half o weet, so sweet, Il half su
swev t as MCiay ?' "

the sAs slhe s'rao^to lher foet '1;,t singe1
Cf the blossom sprayA IrI
Trill the orioles; list appear.d. ie came quickly 1':' v d he
To their joyous lay," ,vcr tihe grias, and she sa v,- itx was the
sang the full, deep voice of a man. She prince anld tLe wauiideriug -l.iiiIg-r in
started to her feet, her face turned in one. With -i;,',, eyes she waited.
the direction of the voice, Grasping her outstretched hands., he
'What in all the world, in all the world,' whispered:
they say, "I have come back." And the prin-
'Is half so sweet, so sweet, is half so cess, with down bent head, replied:
sweet as May?' ".And I was waiting."
As the last note died away the singer
came into view. lie was tall and
straight as an arrow, and he swung
aiong with an unstudied grace far dif- I
ferent from the-,vir,ti,.lly acquired strut W a
of the courtiers. r
Hlls thick dark hair was tangled and S.1
powdered with the dust of the road.
An un:kenpt beard disfigured his face, -i
bu"t his eyes were clear and bright. ( Dy Crijt.uin M lott
The princess surveyed him with sur-
prise and ever increasing wrath. Had Coptrifgh, 1:(5, b't P. (. Ea-tmetnt
the keepers failed in their duty that P0, 1
such a man had gained entrance to the e to me. I t see ATE.
palace grounds? lHow he carried him- to e. t ee you. KAT.
self! she thought. One might think him The words on tl.e telegraph blank
the owner of the grounds, at least, if it (arled befI-i-re Frank H1oward's eyes,
were not for his clothes. ke.'in g tu0' to the ',.. '-,.I throbbing'
At this moment the man became of Lis Lh",arts.ri:.gs. "tCo.ie to ime," be
aware of her presence. As she stood echoed gleefully. "-Thnt newans yes, ,of
there, her eyes ilt ing, lie r ti-ine draw course. Talk a;o;-:t Iw k: I<'s sec'
to it.; full height, her attenl"I'nts would it'- 8 o'clock ,:>v: i I 1 n mc tdh the
ha vc trI't.ldld aws they nxatolel Itlie t rc ti- ,in I o';..,t to get o itmue by
words ht-r 'tigh;!tess i m'ght spenk. Not ;: ,: .-n.-,-
so the man. lie paused in his rapid "XYe;, sit. Miss Mason's in, sah,
walk and waited for her to speak. Walk right in. Ailh," The old colored
"Why are you here?" she demanilde-l. man drew aside the thick 1, .rlieres
"My lady," the man I-eI.:'.l, "I will that hung in the doorway lind ad-
tell you. I have heard of the beauty of tuitted Frank to the parlor. The voices
the princess, and I have come to look of both had been low and the man's
upon her and to see for ii) -e., if she f..,,t.-l, ;n-. made no sound on the soft
Is all that ;', t r has said." carpet as In' advanced into the room-
"-Ie satlsfed," said the princess, rais- advanced so s! ;,l:y that a girl, stand-
ing her hand with a g'o-rur. of dis- -: by the r-antel, ,th her face rest-
missal. "You have seen. Now go, and nlg on her outfiung arm, did not hear
go quickly, for I am the princess." his .ap; i-,-- .
"You!" exclaimed the man. He step- Frank lhaite l and a :z2d at her with
ped back a few paces, still keeping his devouring eyes. There she stood, she
gaze fastened upon her face. "I might whom be had come a thousand miles
have known." And he turned to go. to see. She had sent for him and lie
"Stay!" said the princess imperious- had come. lienceforth she- was his
ly. "Does r.'p,,rt say true?" forcve'r..
"Madam." the man replied as he .Suddenly a .,','i. I sob reached lis
faced her again, "they told me that a ear. "Oh, I .." came a murmur,
man could not look into your eyes w% ,h "'Ive last you; lost you!"
out being dazzled by the light of them. lalf -i .1 n lf i.1-v u the man
I see In them th' light yf anger, of I tartel forward. "'Oh. no, Kate, he
scorn, but not the light of your soul. Xelaime.l- "You haven't lost nimc-nor
I .can look. |,t'. them, and your eyes shall vou."

WiAi. a startled cry the girl swung
round. Then' she threw up her hand,
ft.iluig him off. "Mr. Howard:" she
exclaimed. "Oh; Oh: Oh: I-I beg
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i,':l 1'rjt ,k in ,.-. 'r, pr,. tier. "'K ,it'-.
1,.,',- ." I, .r!,.,d. ' i'll ft' ra t it if .,,n
W.ahlt ime t1.., thitiiT th l liS the sw ,et-
ert thlMJ I evh'r heard. hnt"---

"Why so, Kate, darling? Don't you-
care for me at all? I hoped when you
1t. .gr llh-..1 me"--
"I telegraphed you! I didn't! I'
didn't: What do you mean?"
"You didn't telegraph me! Then who
did?" Instantly it flashed on Frank
that his letter must have fallen into the
hands of seme practical joker, who had
taken advantage of it to mock him. "It
was a cruel trick," he continued bitter-
ly; "a cruel trick."
Ti k'" echoed the girl, her eyes
half blinded with scalding tears, which
she tried desperately to crush back.
"It was no trick. Kate telegraphed
you, of course. Who else?"
"Kate? What Kate?"
"VWhat Kate! My cousin, Kate
llrelk, of course."
"Kate Breek: Wh at in God's name
bad she to do au.w.-rhi my letter to
you ?"

'To me?" The girl faltered, and her
cheek changed suddenly froni red to
white. "To me?" she whispered again.
"To me? Oh!" With a gesture of
despair she buried her face in her
hands. ,
i, 'i a single step, Frank was by her
side and had grasped her roughly In
his arms. "Yes," he cried. "Yes, to
you. To you, whom I have loved ever
since the first minute I saw you. To
you, -who have been my star of hope
for more than a year. To you, of whom
I have Il,.i>:tit, for whom I have tolled,
for whom I have- Oh, how could
heree be any mistake about It? I
wrote to you and to you only. I"-
"Your letter was addressed to Kate
Breck," sobled the girl.
"It co'ul(in't have been," insisted the
zu!n, pressing t ie yielding form closer
1lid (irlcr. "I reillelilbered the siml-
l'"ritv ,"f 10iL names even when 1 was
i.'i .; tnl too pl)rtir'ular pains to
in' s~n'e 1 ;id(liresst'd it to you--to
yoi :to you. tIut it doesn't matter
. 1, 1-'-ilohin. 11t lll1tt'rrs nowl My dar-
ln;:. i hiv,' surprised your secret. For-
g tt1(' for i,. though Giod knows how
hb )pY it rniilies Bikl. Pit I give you
mhie ii (x'lai;nue. I love you: I love
.ou '
l .t i'l' grl pu!i hled hrili' ack, freeing
[i.rsf-l' sudd(lnlly.
"It i t-,oo lht'." slh sild hollowly-
'toi) li;te. Your lettI'r came to Kate.
ini :e i';('. t'ied you. She loves you,
I':!!I';k. t:l1ih-st a>l n ulh as I do. I think,
i;I ;;' i,1s :;e<'l)e(l you. i on timust
Sii h>'i 'h wilih it now. You will pro
ad;.i Yi)i wiil niarry her'+"
'" i';a y l'cr: I will not! I'll do noth-
S ,>!.ioisih. It wav, a mist-ke. I'll
,1l ruii ll I oIur lives tby pretending."
i' tu t y o u ni i U'.t' -
"Tc'hei i- no o(,l1," interrupted a
voico. And iK.'tl I'reck, while to tlhe
lp.;, but with a sp t of bright color
blazing on her luoeks, stepped into the
parlor. "I ow. you :bolh an apology,"
sh:e continued as thle two faced her.
"It w-xasn't nmy fault at tirst, but after-
w'ard. Your letter wa:s addressed cor-
rectly. Mr. Howard, addressed to Kate
MIason, but it was delivered to me by
mistake with some other mail and was
pl)ened by me without noticing. You
teegan 'Dear Kate,' and I had read it
nearly through before I realized that
something was wrong and looked at
the envelope. Then I saw what had
happened. My tirst Impulse was to go
straight to Kate. My second was to
take advantage of your proposal to
help me in a plan of my own. I-I
quarreled-with a friend of mine-the
other day and wanted to revenge my-
self. 1i--oh, it's hard to tell you this,
but it is my only excuse! I thought
that if L could make him think I was
engaged to some one I would be even
with him. So I telegraphed to you, Mr.
Howard, and I hinted to him that-oh,
you understand, don't you? You will
forgive me. won't you, Mr. Howard,
and you. Kate?"
The other girl had listened with wide
set eyes, sturiiig Into the other's face
as if they world read her very soul.
"Are you sure," she asked, "quite sure
that-that the letter was jr'eally ad-
dressed to me?"
Kate Breck laughed lightly. "Why
of course," she answered, "of course
it was addressed to you. You will
forgive me, won't you?" she ended
"Why--certainly," murmured Frank
awkwardly, while Kate went straight
to the other and took her In her annrms.
"Dear Kate," she murmured,
Miss Breck freed herself gently, but
,l...-i.lhily. "There, th.-'r"," she ex-
claimed hIruit IPy. "I must go. I'll
get your letter for you, Nate. I've-
I've burned your envelope, I fear, but
I have the letter safe, and I'll get It
for you at once."
As tlt' last words tumbled from her
lips the girl hurried from the parlor,
and. aided by the banisters, nim.ti her
way to her room. Once tlore,. she
iank into a chair and lpr-s<-,I her ha a,
to her heart. Then. mfl)le'rCtrg her
emotion with an effort, she drew a let-
ter from her breast, hurriedly slipped
h-. enclosure from It and ib,'-w the
er1-tiv envelope into the open fire tlnhit

blazed In the grate.
,, i :.- dear love," she mtiryuured
softly. -.-i; g dby

The fire caught the edge of the en-
velope and hnlmed up and for a mo-
ment the address stood out. It read
quite plainly, "Miss Kate Breek, First
street. Lehrion,.m Kv" Then the whok)
,'ru ,il-,l ',' ;,"' I -bhas.

1;a>. Your rye.
Mr..> l v;. ." -i .au oculit, "r-
lr.l lbe .'.." w,<, ,,.ihlt'g rath<' apar'
r. i Ui t I." t i-C.f their anatOil'y aZId
I,.t in I '] .. .; .onu to it. They
.' r'.-.' ili.'. the cindlion o
g'li m5',. '. t1n, r g.-norLal health and
Ire ,* i '- ,! t. 1..- told that whenC
*!.,-- aiii,. ,L ei.-...I the wearing of
th'm ii..i., :'.1 t. their avoirdupois,
iiitke- ilh,..i, ].''* better or imnrprore
l<:lr anlp' ti-.. .-'I t;Iil li true, as any
Bublt-et +"I"t fWWHY-,^'.k'ip. .ij ,,L.'-
i,,rt-i. 'l 3 1 nti! ,' 13 a I niti- i'h o hli
agiator in the human system as any
of tlhe ( otl.i nerves under abnormal
pressure. Brain workers in larticu-
'ar should keep their eyes in the best
possible condition and render them
every possible aid.
"One valuable help is ld- l.-t rest.
And rirlht hre It shrmuld be said that
t) stop ushig tho eye in reading or
w:itiug and begin ail animated brain
htimtjl.it;i,, conversation keeps up the
strain on the optic nerve. Strong
.Igit, .l persons, too, abuse their eyes
needlessly. No matter how well one
can see, he should never work In a
cross llght. The light should always
be from behind if possible or from the
eftl side alone. A green shade helps
inatw'i-ly nu i ,r-l- ent, close work,
:i;J ci.l '>,'ateIr syringed over the
closed ld is a useful t.fnic."-New
York 'T1' ', .

WbTittler's Boyhood.
To illustrate -the fact that children
suuer intensely from usess which
their elders regard as trivial and which
they themselves are Inclined to laugh
at in later life Mr. Whittier once told
this story of his boyhood to a friend:
It was at an ancient hillside farmyard
near Haverhill. In :t-.*.-,.'!ul this h11ll
his father was in the habit of relieving
his horse by walking, and Greenleaf
was expected to walk also. It was a
terrible trial to the boy, for a g.tiidcr
would begin his warlike threats as soon
as he saw him, and in later life Whit-
tier declared he could have marched
up to a hostile battery without such a
slihking of the heart as he felt when.
ever he approached this harmless but
noisy fowl. If he dared to tell his
father of his agony of dread he could
have remained safely in the carriage,
but the fear of being lIu...'i.l at pre-
valled over every other consideration.


&rp ~I-- ----i---~araa~-r~L-r~-~L&as~~~


St. Patfick's e'nrantor'-,
According ,)to he aedaeval legend,
there wa asn ettl;a;ice to p ijgatory on
the ishlan1 of L..,'.. t'.:.,, ou the coast
of Ireland. It wa: siuIuply the mouth
of a -ouliioi clave or ca\o-ru, but St.
Patrick 1; said to have buiti a monu-
aste'r over it and to have secure the
opuentug xx ~! La immense grated iron
door. The place became widely known
.'. "'t. Patrick's purgatory," and It
was generally bel.xleved that auy one
who had i' he courage to explore the
pil would 1 e('xused the trial of pass-
ing i -r.ugh the real purgatory after
death. T'he fame of the place was ..
largely due to a poem written In 1153 '
,' Ir,:.ry o"f i8 i1.n-ry wlhl, proten dle
Io 1"'1.,,t, ,... '1.0',, e .,.of

nily' r'f'tr'n S tiwb i li'lt'dai
so 'e d- l C- r It 1s L l t '
in the; yenr l4 I. a monk from Hol-
lauid visited the celebrated -shrine and
aftcrw;-rd declared tihat what was
clai i.x d for It ws-i a "travesty on re-
ligi, 'nu and that the so called "pur-
gatiory" "di'erld in no respect from
dozens of other known caverni.' This
news was conveyed to the pope, who
ordered the monastery destroyed and
the cavern closed up. This order was
carried out to the letter on St. Pat-
rick's day, 1497.

Hte Wanted a Rebate.
Squii- Ii.'ykrin w as a ,clo4e fited
old gentleman who seldom wasted
any money in traveling abuut theicoun-
try f 'r the purpose of enjoying himself,
hut1 l1 Ih'' li. rd a great d ieal "'_U 'n-
i-g the ,,autis of a trip d.)wn tle St.
La'wrence river, and, having made a
mtunlbep of lucky trades one summer,
he determined to make the journey If
it 11did not cost too much.
With this end In tiew he went to a
ticket office and inquired as to the
price of a rmund trip, going by boat
mnd returning by rail.
The agent told him.
"Slll I see the I .i-.- .-aid Islands?"
"YOes, -.
"Well, I'll take it," said the squire.
ITe boughtt his ticket and went away.
About two weeks later he put In an
ipi'earance at the ticket office agein. ,
"D-dn't you tell me," he asked, "that
If I in.mad that trip down the St. Law-
'ince river I'd see the Thousand is-
"Certainly," answered the ticket

"W e1l, I hadn't '"uylii else to do,
nd I put in nmy time counting 'em. All
I s"w wwas a litt!" over 300. I want
two-tbilrds of my money back." ,-

Mr. Whittler thought this was the ex- S fakes.
perience of many children and that S-nies hve their usefulnoss in the
parents should treat their apparently w)''"d. TI-y are the scavengers of
petty troubles with more seriousness 'wamp, and Trora.~se- where other an!-
than is their custom. ul.-of e .roe nwicble to pen(etate or
to e i t. It i9 in the tropics of course

The Way TIe Read. that serpents chiefly abound. All
The professor had been summoned snake are of tropical origin, but some
as an expert witness in a case In- speles hav ,. I.id into cooler latl-
volving the ownership of a tract of tanes. In ve-ry cold countries there are
coal land. ano sn''Tes. Contrary to the popular
"I will ask you, professor," said the" belief, there are s ome snakes in Ire-
attorney for the prosecution, "if the land. but th,,y are very rare. The
geological formation of this land cor- smalls( serpents In the world are the
responds with the published data per. "w [ior snakes" of the tropics. They
talking thereto?" are about as big as fair sized earth-
"It does, sir," he answered, worms. Some snakes lay eggs, while
,"You have thoroughly read up the others bring forth their young alive.
geology of the tract in question?"' In the latter category are vipers, rat-
"I have not." tlesnakes and nearly all water snakes.
"You have not?" Pythons incubate their eggs after lay-
"No, sir." ing them.
"I ask the jury to notice that the
witness flatly contradicts himself.
Now, sir, if you haven't read up the
geology involved In this case, why do
you pretend to know anything at all
about it?"
"Because, sir," said the professor, K
"In studying geological formations It
is my invariable custom to read down."
"Silence In the court room," thun-
dered the Judge.

Meeting the Proprietor.
There is a well known Devil's glen ORn '
the precipitious coast of Ireland. It Vi -.?-.
happens that the gentleman who owns
this weird spot Is dark complexioned '
and hot tempered. The glen Is not
open to the public every day, although
certain days of the week are set aside
for the benefit of the tourists. It
chanced on one of the close days that -W
a party of American tourists .gained
access stomellw or other. At this time 0111W3
the owner was at the glen and encouin- _
tered the intruders. He went up to i-c: S.'
them and peremptorily demanded if
they knew that they were tr(l-,' <.-, '
A member of the party was r;il.r
irate by the questIon and not unnatu- V.: .'
really retorted, "P-iry, who tare you that
challenge us?" Thi reply came prompt- H E above picture of the
ly, "I am the proprietor." "Well, we lin and fisp is the trade-
were told this was "L.-. Devil's gca, in 'trk of Scott'sEmulsion,
but we did not calculate to meet the -d fI for
proprietor." T'- Irishman aw the and 1S 1} llonm o1
palnt of the joke and took it very ...." strength mit jtrwit. It is sold
naturedly and Invited the intruders tr in almost all the c i, .<1l coun-'
luncheon.-London G' pal1:e. t rif-- olf tho ')lobo.

Tts on In church. If the cod tisih l1calie extinet
P'-;.y shows that in the seventoontli it would b) ia world-wide cahlm-
century both mene and wown wore itV, bet'aise the oil that comes
fl..;r hats to worship. "To church" from its liver surpwSses all other
he writes, "and heard a simple f-llow .
open the prai..e of church :iu'i.;.,,, an< fat8 i 1Otrish l and ii.--', i mng
exclaiming a"n t men w.-. '.-" tlir-. propcrt-ics. 1 1 ir t e .l' ago
hats on in the church," Later iPe ie)t(".- the proprietors of Scott'a Eiimul-
that he saw a minister "prearch w ,t1 sion found a+ wav of preparing
his hat off, which I never saw before." )( liver oi Bothat everyolle can
The hat was then an integral part of e 0 t i e e
both male and female costume, aind takeit tid get tihe full value of
Pepys catches "a strange cold i my the Oil Without the obtj. .-tirioible
head by singing off my hat at dinner." tat.-. S-ott's Enlulsi)li is the
best thing inthe world for weak,
A Co Storagae Ro,. c. bl)aekwa.rd children, thiin, delicate
IIe-IItad an odd experieincw the oti
er day. Oe morning my ba ,t :Pe people, and ;Il coniditions of
bolled g. hLad nu i.:crip;ion on ir 11 wastingtm and lost I tregth.
slid, "T'ie finder may wrue to rmo" n"d for co .-i!.
signed "Mary Smith," lhei-WIaI re-
ply did you get? lHe--The postmaster COTT & B(C7"RUE, (''!::l'rT:,
'-i -.-d He said "t'-it Miss Smith died 60- .FX n A rA. AnzST sw roAx
of old age several years ago.-L-olA- to. a.-+' ;.- Rgsts
'I' Co' iz r r' do:: --L -


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'The atr. Tarpon arrived fiom Car-
rwbelle and Apalachicola at 9:20 a.
m ,. Friday, and from Mobile and
i Penna ol. at 10:30 a. w., yesterday,
The schr. Lncyv H,, an. motor achr.
SCleopatra sailed siniultaneonsly for
r'ensacola Snndavy afternoon,,

LT. Davis, MASTR.
Capncity 13 tons-It ,-repared to deliver
LdT.iler at any souit on St. Andrews
Bay at One l)ollar aj4d Fii tCents per
thoosrnd feet. Paltr,-nige soieited. Ad-
dres L. C. IjAVIS, Allanton, Fla.


ftrr*eman *- Paorn ITOR
~ itte'l il spl~, Id:.J .uondition to take ez-
r, friom- or r~c :ngera tb any point on.
.the Uay or Gulf. G is the eaent uf-.'ltd weather. Terms reas-
S ivalle. Also,
AR G A P E 3M A;
Capacity 10,0('0 feet of Lumber will Ferry
S lietween Farmd&le and Allavnton, on Eaiit
Hav and wili deliver freight of every de-
acription, iucludihg live fitock to any
point on St. Aiidrews Bay. For partieu-.
I litrs, addressR W. F. WOODFORD, Farm-
dale, Fla.

Ulakes regular trias between St. An-
drews'Bayand Pensacola. Good passen.
.e accommodations and spe',ial atten-
tiou paid to liatadling anud carrying freight
St rea'aouble r.ttep. For particulars ad-
dress, L. M. WARE, Agent,
SI. Audrow. Fla.

SEquitpped With Two Gasoline Engines,
L.. E. IlANtonh, "- MABTmKR
Iseaves St. And r-ws lis y every Monday
leaves Pensacola every Thursday
,wenathier peruiittgigp). Special a tte
tion A ll lie given to receiving and
forwarding freight for narIjes livingion.
E.iat anti North Hay, .'"Asengers for
poilats *i either arm of thie Bay can
depeiid upon sIecuriing prompt trants-
uan l ainio l reaRonialole rale l'as-
S senpr aietninvh il;tioni good. Express
and Rallroad Fr ig-tt speci.tltiea. For
S itrthei il ,aniiation appl. tIo '
.. M. WH, i. Ge'n. Manager.


C' -rSmres he Easat Biy MtLil between St.
Andr Bitav, Wetaptpo asid internedi-
ate poiit2l. Le, a;e' Xil. Andiel s dally
S. except S. asda R nal'F6:0ll a. n.; a thrive at
/"~ W et.ap,, at \I :Wi p. In.; le)tre Wetapp.>
ma l :0tp. im.; arrives at S). Atidrewt at
7:30 p. rn. M ke lat dlfir regularly at.
Hanion,, L'lonaitone Pw Itker, .I'ilts-
I-Is rg. ;aI l ri l arn lu. Freight latided at
A it ,, ,hltlicv, wha rf. For passenger atud
hseighl tales, .ee rate card in the sev-
e il l i, attfirit'e N
P". A. WiaKRI.. Manager.

A Week's rVenthiltr.
Phe followiu table gives the imaxi-
amtn, minitmimni a mi mean tetp'ira-
trets, rhie unintfall and direothio of the
iiud, for tl.e ttvetityfour 4ouriseniding
at 7 a'ilock )I m.. a indicated by U. S.
gove-rniniotit self-registering thermomn-
e' ters. \ .Max:Min. Meain. 'n. W'd
No. 77 63 70 .00 so
S 30 71 50 til .00 a
SDec.. 1 64 45 54 .)0 ne
S 2 70- 51 60 .00 n
t N 5>0 54 ;1.6t,: n
4 5;l', 32 41 .OOi n
'5 4 30 4 00 ne
S',,r ve. 64 -4ti T 53 -i 1.60 -

A Unit.n Sndiis Schoiol will be con'.
dicted ever\ Stnuday morning at 10
a olock in the M. E, church.
Prayer meeting every Thursdaveve
ning at 8 O'clock in ihe M. E. church.
S Everybody is cordially invited to all
of these services.

In Al, Mad OCiase.
-' -Millions rush in mad chase after
health, from one extreme of faddismu to
another, wheu, if they would only eat
good food and keep their bowels regu-
Isr with Dr. King's New Life Pills,
S their, turoublee would all pass away
I;.hnd quick care for liver
i'id toiacth tro uble. 25c. ad A. H
," .,lp~e'd store; guaran teed.
Wan 'Wulling to Go to Sea.
At the time whieu William hI. Vhan-
Sdiler of New Hanipshire was secretary
Sof theOavy Admiral Meade was com-
manidant of -the navy yard in Wash-
S lingtqn. They got into trouble some-
Show, these two positive gentlemen, and
tile commnandant was summoned before
tfie secretary o.e day on a matter of
liaportance. The secretary told the
commaniaant aat it he kept on, or
*words to that effect, he should certain-
-, ly be-oblig4d. tom punish, him by send-
lng lim to sea. Mr0 secretary," sald
Meade, "I haven't anything to- say ex-
sept' that when. it is punishment for
an officer of thf navy to- be-ordered to
sea, what is your serte- coming to
I should like to go to sea. sir. Good,
day." .

S' London.
Lofidon'is a shop and a bank, a gam-
bling. hell and a cathedral. Its streets
are paved with gold and set with
thorns.. ItV is the place for a rich man
, and the place for a poor man. It is all
wealth aind 'lappluess. It Is all pov-
erty and distress. It is a huge paradox.
Many things are possible in DLodou
that arc nalso impossible. If it so please
you and you nioses the ability to do so
you nimy live nSt merely a double life.
but half n dozen different lives, which.
will never clash with one another. You
may be In London at the same time a
priest and a pirate. It is big enough
for both of you.-J. IL. M. Abbott In!

The following notice has
put upi iu the| postoffice i'St.

b eni

drew, evidently the result of a peti-
tion hoonu tome party who desires to
get control of Hurricane Island ba
no one here appears to have any
knowledge ot who it may he. or what
use it is Ipropoted to make of the
Engineers' Office,
Montg~imery, Ala.,
Nov. 29, 1905.
Sealed proposals will be received at
this office until 1 o'clock p. m., ,Jin.
2, 1906, at which time .andl place
they will be publicly openeie, to; leas-
ing Hurricane Island, County of
Washiangtdn; State of Florida.
The right is reserved to rejct any
or all bids.
Proposals should he signed by lthe
bidder, inclosed il sealed envelope
addciesaeJl to thle util'tsignied anld
marked, "PropoNal for Leasing Hur--
ricane Islai.d-, Washiagt-on Conty,
Ilhruda,'" to bo opened on Jainary 2,
Qaptain Ca0rps oh Engineeis.
Follwi l eag the nice Ais a blank
firm for Proposal. Tihe lease will be
for five years; but the government re-
servyd the right to revoke tihe lease
at anry time. In case, of revocation,
tihe premises are to be vacated and
structures, except fences to be remov-
ed on six months dotice. Tlhe lease
will not ire transferable and lessee; will
be required to properly care for the
property and keep off trespassers.

Thero is ''no power 'of love so lmrdl t.
.et Iandl tA keep as a kind voice. .A
:-nd hand ;' deaf and dumb. It nmav
ie ru):''!y; Li lle; i aln blood, yet do the
;' ork of ra ,s ,ft heart anld do it wiili al
ofit toiich. But there is. no oni thiunp
;' b;t IkO.ve so muthitl nee,Ks as! a sw(OeS
*lWe t,. telt what It means and feels,
.nd it: f- .,rdi to get arid keel) It in tlh
*ih(t tone. On( mun'st start In youth
ta1l b11o op t watch night and day, atl
work nard t pty, to get iandl keep a
.,o!(.o that shall speak at all times tlh
hoi:ghits of a kind heart. It Is often in
-outh that one gets a voice or a tone
hat is sha.rp, and It sticks to him
rough life and stirs up 111 will and
rilef and falls like a drop of gall on
the sweets of horne. Watch it day by
day as a- pearl of great price, for it will
be worth more to you in days to come
than the beat pearl hid In the seas. A
kind voice Is to the heart what light Is
to the eye. It is a light that sings as
WPII Ca fitg Rhi 1ilhn Thirrt4+


-Blank Warranty Deeds, short storm .
printed on good linen paper, 25c per
dozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re-
ceipts in a block, 10c each, at the Buoy
-When you want a pleasant laxative
take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. For sale by Ware Bros. &
Co., St. Andrew aud BaVyhead and all
medicine dealers. -
--You never have and may never again
have an opportunity to get so line a
fountain pen for so little money as you
can now by complying with the condi
tions of the coupon to be found else.
where on this page.
-Wizard Ink 'Ttblets,Price, per
box 10 cts. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten ounces splen-
did ink. Economical permanent; abso-
lutely indellible, covenient, non-gorro-
sive. At the Buoy office '
-For bedroom suites, iron bids,
springs, mattresses, chairs, rockers,
children's chairs, extension tables,
kitchen safes, matting, rugs, sewine
machines, cooking and heating stoves,
trunks, etc., goto A- H. Brake, St. An-
.drew, lJa. -
-Handsome letter heads with "St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
other St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena Vista
Polnt, at 8c. per dozen; also map of tte
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a'
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the
BUOY office
-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.
-Every man owes it to himself atnd
his family to masCer a trade or profes-
ston. Read the display advertisement
of the six Morse Schools of Te-Theraphy,
in this issue and learn how easily a
young man or lady may learn telegra-
phy and be assured a position.
-11 you are thinking o' buytnig prop-
erty in St. Andrews or inmed-iate vi-
cirity, you cannot afford to purchase
until you have conferred with the pro-
prietor of the BUOY. If you areshqrt of
money and want to buy on longtime for
actual settlement you can be accommo-
-A large attendance responded to
the invitation of the ladies of the Pres-
byterian church to attend their enter-
tainment on Thanksgiving night, the
proceeds to go towards the put chase of
a bell for the church. A nice program
of exercises was carried Out, but the
crowning feature was the result, which
netted twenty-fivye dollars, and gives
them a good start toward the mAch-
needed bell. -.
-A attention is calledto the' new ad-
vertisement of D. W. Nixon, of Mill-
Ville. Mr. 'Nixon, some time ago, pur-
chased the stock in trade and good will
of W. W. Tudker and hassince shown
himself to be a thorough-going, courte-
ous and accommodating business man,
and the Buoy bespeaks for hun a good
.share of the Millville trade and vouches
for the satisfaction of his patrons in ev-.
ery instance.

'h;:" i1 1,;.i A. i; i Li .-.t 1. AI,.'

,V;I') al." ti, iiii-] i.';-'4 1:i (!* ,' ',,' i.1.' (mil ('
.Jtuses in -ap .'. Y']:< w.ik:lng a
hym iu .,-' g-r.,IeU he lI'ard ,t
voice near at l. i:t. Str'.-k by th
.harm of i(s tbu;e.s, he sent far 1;
singer and became so enamored o,
hier t i.t hle at oince attac-hed her to hiis
ho1u ,cihold and disp:)oed of liw haope;.-s
husba:n)d 1by behendii g Ihim. Retribu-
tion quickly followed this outrage. The
balance of the winter was hvratea'd to
pleasure. Drill and discipline were
neglected, and as spring came on the
Ctarithiginian army was so demoralized
that its prestige was lost, and the
downfall of Hannibal followed. :

Grip Quickly Knockedi Out.
"Some weeks- ngo during the severe
winter weather both my wife and myself

contracted severe colds whiioh speedily Masoriville, Ia.. "'that for.blind, bleed-
developed into the worst kind of la grippe ing and it.:hing piles, Bucklen's)Arnica
with all its riiserable symptoms," says SalveAis the best cn re made." Xlso best
Mr. J. Egleston' of Maple Landing, lewa. for cuts, buri.s aind injuries. 25c. at A.
"Knees'and joints al-hing, muscles sor head stopped up, eyes andinose running r --
with alternate' pells of 'chills and fever.
We htegan using Chomerlaitn's Cough
RItenedy, aiding the same with Gitamuber- 5.- .- "*
lasin's ,arEtch tri4d LiverrTah11s, arid l. -;
its use soon completely kluoe'rcd out I h. .b- -, .
grip." .Tii-se Talilets:promote a healthy ,. .7f
action of the bowels, liver and kidneys '
which is always beneficial when tb'e sys- "
t in is congested by a :cold or attack of
the grip. For sale by Ware Bros. & Co., .'
St. Andrew and B.B.yliead and all medi--'
cine dealers.. -

Blue and Gray Toleco Smnoke.
Did you ever notice while enjoying
your favorite cigar that the smoke th:It
curls up from the burning end of the
"weed" is blue, while that exhaled
from the mouth Is of a whitish grayk'
The explanation of 'this oddity is not
far to seek.. The wreath from the fiery
*end of the cigar is in t:he shape of in-
fiultesmall dust particles, and all such
particles. (even the blue of the atm s-
phere is explained in the same way) re-
flect the blue color. In the case of the
exhaled smoke the fine particles have
united, wiLh he moisture of the breath
and lhave thereby become several foAds
larger than those escaping direct from
theAbli'ning tobacco. 'This being, the
case, they have become, large enough
to reflect the white light, 'which given
the exhaled smoke an entirely different

Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney Trouble.

Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis-
courages andlessens ambition; beauty, vigor
and cheerfuliiess soon
s-" :' disappear when the lkid-
neys are out of ordeal
-' l'or dise'as d.
-~']i/y _-- Kidney trouble has
Sy' become so' ,prevalent
.,. ~f' ~thatitisnctuncommrnor.
./' for a child to b1 born
/ afflicted with weak kid-
S7-- neys. If the child urin-
.3- '?.. ^ ates' ,too often, 4f the
urine scaldsthe flsh orif, when the child
reaches ahn age We ejt should be able to
control the passage,,j js yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon it; the- cause of
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
'step should be towards the. treatment of
these\ important organs.,. This unpleasant
trouble is due-to a diseased condition 'of the
kidney and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis-
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need thd same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect' ot
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
oy druggists, in fifty- '-
sent and one dollar .q4 ",r..
sizes. You may have a *-'l.-1
ample bottle by mail __
ree, also pamphlet tell- Home of Swatup-Root.-,
ig all about it, including many, of-tht
Thousands\ of testimonial letters received
from sufferers oured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
?. Co., Bingham'ton, N. Y., be sura and
mention this paper.
Don't make any mistake, but remem-
b-'r the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil-
mer's Swamp-Ro,)t, and the address,
BinYhamton, N. Y., on every bottle.

Placitl Hindoo Servants.
HIindoo servants are the uo ;t i i-
perturbable people illfthe world. y,:::
may throw one downstairs or ;-:t .ai
on the back. lie accel)ts both ith ex-
actly the same expression of coaunfe.
nance. The Indian's religion is at t :l'
bottom of all hbl acts, all his feelings.-
ne eats, sleeps, moves, and has h:s be-
ing according to .religious formula,
and his doctrine of reincarnation forms
his whole philosophy of life. The fact
that. you are the master now Is' due
to the fact that you have been the
servant in some previous reincarna-
tion. I He Is, the servant now, and the
only change for him to 'be reborn in
the master's position is to learnt all the
lessons of his present incarnation. He
takes everything philosophically. It is-
all a part of the day's work.

SToilture of a Preacher. *
The story of the torture of Rev. 0.,
D. Moore, pastor of the Baptist church,
of Harnersville, N. Y., will interest
you. He s, y. "I suffered agonies be-
cause of a persistent cough. resulting-
from the grip. I had to sleep sitting up
in bed I tried many remedies'wimhont
relief until I took Dr. King'sNewDiscov-
ery for Consumption, Coughs and Cold,
which entirely cured my cough and
saved me from consumption." A grand
c ure for diseased (condition of the throat
and lnngs At A. H. Brake's. Price,
50c -and $1; guaranteed. Trial bottle

" S If you want to get the A
biggest returns for
your labor and #
S you ca't afford ntiz
to plant anything but 4,'A

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


[l'" :* "' t .. I VOOCS fur -IhohW S e.
I.," ,'i'* ; I -'0h- of, I n L+3.t .L- *','. ',,
p'lumat. Tthe mia::''9 t a tp isp -. ..-f. .
Vu]taie.-stli bll)e. The ini.t:I; comos-
l:iter. ,l,.-(h lie 1I.1 socu'red hIb bird
he carries it" i '* and < :. I -.. to find
in the cage f'a iri e 1:;;, i i,' ln:-
sessed of uevt-y :0:l1, dom estic and
canarylil.e attriblite.-I.m,,, in Queen.
CIn tion.
Nell-Old! irr. (,i'rn<-ox i-vqi he would
ille for mr.-,. 'tell-P. --:-'reft.I, He rnm y
be stronger than he looks.-Ph;i.il.l-.
hl~ *", l .
If you wish to I.,-:a,. people yonm iim-it
9 'gin by un'dei' l-tiilinia them.--Ronlde.
Aiaeltel Fte.
It is lb fearful fate" to have to endure
the terrible, torture of piles. "I can
truth fully s.ay,' writes Harry C('l.-.n of

Ito-hit In Appetite.
Th-e -,o calkl x ia of ,,,4tlt e iter ai
puivly ti ;jo of habit. A haiPt
Oiec dacquired aau4. ,ersis'Loiily f1011w-
e41 So00 lias us ilIr-.2 a.' old -a
any:tievia ilontherefrom tem~p 'warily

Tbo qystem; in~laescomnplaint, and we
'exporieuc-e a t .-,--.. it may be. for
that to which the boly has become ac-
c-wsttaied, even though thl.is -i
be In the run distinctly injurious
to the wvelfaire of the hi&ly, ii;,.h as
thus come about a sentimenet that the
cm-ai' Vthe i! -foi are-
to b ii- ~n tiat this is inereliy
obNhed-ewe to nai lire's lw.Th_.is idea,
liowev-u-, L mi fain; Im taily wrong. Any,
one Nvthi a little pvr.<.teice can cliaung
h~is or hovhab-l'jls of llfoo change time

SItrati_- !'vt hgf lieth ifleiVV are purely ari*'i
Z;I _J ~t! It thc- haiv'e no es~r
tho) or
'C(1~ii uillie ~iiL)IV o uee

h C i ef-adio

' 1. -, 1..... a. Sn. t. Andrew. Friday, 2:00 a.
tiday. 1(0:00 nm. Iillvijle. id+'.y, 4:00 a,
Pensacola. Friday, 11:3t, p.

Pensafola to A0ndr and Still. tii. $5.600.
Purn-saeola to Apalachicola and C' ril. I- h-, $7.50.
St. Andrew and Milivilile to Ai alachicola, $35.00.
Pensasola to .N1,Il.-1 $2.50.
The above rates incl.ide meals and berths. W. G B3ARR0W


Tuesday, 8':30 .
." " "

\ -.---.i- sday, 4:00 1). -n.
1 --- ." - 9: .0 Il.

Mlonday, 6:00 p.nm.
Thursday, 3:10 p. m.


I rMobile,.

...,,.hn-sda 8:00 a. m -
W'ednesday,J0:liu a. min
TIur sday, 6:00 a. jn.
lTlh ursday, 12:00 noon.
onday., 6:00 a. m.


Sr *', rr


in dis e!


is3 v

w ~r re, Etc..'
Ul~J1~2l41'' lSUTPPLIES.,

-.V R4'1yJ A C'ALL!

li)jcccssoI toEi 3. V. IBroek.1


down pains are a symptom of the most serious trouble which can
%attack a woman, viz: falling of the womb. V.'ith this, generally,
cogno regular, painful, scanty or profuse periods, wasteful, weaken-
ing drains, dreadful backache, headache, merv.:.uzne:s, dizziness, irri-
fgitlity, tired feeling, inability to walk, l.q of appetite, colbr and
beauty. The cure is,

Woman's Relief



marvelous, curatiye extract, or natural e-:ence, of herbs, which
s such a wonderful strengthening influence on all female organs.
at relieves psin, regulates the men:.eZ, ~cp drains and stim-
s the muscles to iull the womb up into place.
is a safe and permanent cure for all f-n-male complaints.

In myt%% ot 0- a ndl o.arts---." v rit- ;M rs.

and trrinzer. ti iing CardLlilI
I'--! la-.e a new %-% -uaiannd du rutA
suras-r as I did."

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1-411i3 weTitb ouit tbo o Rf ,1r Id o r ,..;iic; ; ri~ele xvhout
ii nor dclA(ntjon frora lkih-i as; Us 1io'u Bood 1Polsofl
4u~qnever E i ctrirn, without mrcroy c-Ini-,nc.ral n2a,,cxtkr ; L of1 (t i''3ly
vigor pc')-Xt ly --,; Amltitpr1in*
,iP-) Ir. Ki i' Co. i q i ld 1 - U 102 oh d Sr j lb -
71,~ lt -, i ; t 1 rJ qu;-e of? all
-C -10 C, D. [I-N *t ma r I
by a st-ftl of;c'aa: n'. :i i.!t- i
SOur rac a L~tu h"t ~ 0Of l-' A 1i'a'Pw38is 1inwa,Pas-

I U I a- I, a -C 1
l~~~~iial Il 'r fled0C 'J 101 C ili'.
-. ~ ~ ~ ~ p ---I' Di'- ..s-i;,

4 byllli iore
t'- C, p - c -1',! 1 0 r li 0 1 1 i C ;l !ar Iz bL !
MY BI:tST P17 -7 E IS. nent' ac Uc ')aoli cgholn,:C-

il~iptnre. 11ye-otaele Dzlins, L lI-a, 01cw, pad all Privatu
UI~TLC-- i- ..T*-. ieand lmali naat tr uibim. ('a~arr!& of t'rs
UN~jCU2D.' o~o, J4-a an Lligs. Dizfli5s o iye nd Ear,
N. kr'~. N. D Unoflc Lise ~eof 'W14"Daip), Flich as TAi lacemantsU,
W ~ ~ re kTlu;Cyour cbniF,-,lt --1on ire slukorjI.O;r ewe

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Prof. Howard of t~ie 1 i55(on1ii S Lit e '\ ric ilturial (Jol lege say,,: I;t-
v-ise A niefic6au fAl-Iller'S to en lhivate (.itla-wigo. LBrg profits ~aleteailIize~l. It
isa ha ICy "l }d i ail r wi. tiiiinisi yt e t'titsyl-
Vallia State Coaleg'e it) P~a'31 aN ''IhTe tlij'ply of native Ilitseng troot Is
railytitnuwhinalld tile price jper potu!! is cI's ponT00)(itigiy itieteasulg.
whaetile Ike istault deniaild for thledrtig In (Clhina stand s as It glia 'atitoo of a
a steauly- market fo,- OGi~lw f 31tet'ittlte (oltisul (iCuiei at Rlit'Ce of
Hong l'ollg says it) itleC 1US.(i. -Clst'ilar o-awts: '1Tesale (if iuuseuiag root
ga-ownatiii Amanerica is v tl sargo li-e an i thdI;e le ni a 0 is so gi--a t that uilincia
morwe conldt be d is posed of adlv~iwitag e tis!Y Thle Tl-t is as miidipei sa ble tot
the ltaina- ititu(red niil:;oll Chiniese as is their ice.''
Giwa.etig is a staple on the mtar hot til -ie 4.~14 sCot-11, x%-lwlat anud Cot-
ton. rT'he' prese. int araket p1)1cC 1 irSie ra uin$60 00 '14)$0 50 plel'u 3111 i
while tile cost of plodlticiulg is loss I11hl 1 50, 1 Ii's cIea t"-,rs ew -itid ie-
qtaiaies vety little a-round. A-li Sce 11' (IItlhi'1hll'Tl nlh-log i01113 Ii$40,000.
Th'lere is ro3- no ne Ia 01's garldexa ti gr-ow ,-xe~aIl ih,,Jll.iIn l"II Tll
V-1a-ar. 111W ~plaisti.thrives Iliroztghiotit Owlie l'oiti1 S,-t OA 8,1Ci'l (lwh 111 ;111%-O
8oil or clitiate Ithat will grow g a r den v -vtar Sldos. W\e ll u ;~s. wi is"
for- plantinig purposes wuill call show ii,uilo10WI" it G~ 010 311 ill.
sealg 'l'Ie)re at---twoa plautirig szeasoiis, 510 oig nillldkl WI'' PIi tih ot I-
we 'give yon iu l illstructiaIs ls II toW l illit -I' (CIe ClorIi li'I 3Ii,-. Yo),)
can gct a giant1 start in thle busittess for' a sI-3l llliilfIVol 5-11,So)lliav. ahince
in~come., Sent1 a two ecetitstanill today foru htematknrc n-udg ,afl -l at-owtill,
wonmder'ful i aidti'st y.


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ani Fee"C~ IAOny el b -V



Dryc~o~i Str~ea! f araxyGroceries,'-.

Notions,' Proi -0'o ns andFeed Stuffs.

Cormer V ath~inqtei AVenufe and Dayview S~t,,-

I 'p ay, C a sIi f~ o Go~d s and niu~t 'd 0

a strictly.C hi'or L-3cady Pay'

TWNi'si. I4ill Iiiy l'ah'oulN' ntej'esu -s well vs m~y Owni. Call and.~


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Notions, Paints and Oiis, Nets and Twines, Salt

Yl:K, G l' v U La.ies' Furnishings.'


'ii', i ,ks and Valises. *



Stool & ,Wii'[ aCt, n I+, F I. ail Orders?

e in irB. r Gladly Sent

... th ...... Alpnicatiot he
_F- _Elull I O1 T ..

B'oreechd-Loading, We Are
SWoolseys 12- THE
Wo1 + ITttN0 > E MEN!
o st Co+or Pl'lll~t. Onv 5.50 = ,z

0-. 2-. 1. CK1N & CO.

For Fi*e Job VTork, T"Y TE SY OFFICE.

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le- t. SO-1 COZZ F0CC) TA%T P N

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PO rfixce of ti' t e eounons and ix ,ly iiets st (-, bi-omght t the B oyl
, offte we will tarnish vyon a bentutiful tinis ed 14-, S;lla I e., that costs ati- r ail $1 .50. The pen is complete with box andr
ti ller ; ind s -fully .'wa-inted by. the m'1nufactturers and can be returned to
^ them if unsatisfactory in any particular. _-


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In st test confidence. telling us all
your troubles. We %Mil send free ad-
vice (in plain sealed envelope). Ad-
dress, Ladles' Advisory Dept., Thei
Chatlnooga A&ediine Co., Chatta-
nooga, Tenn.

I~WAIL~.~r~T~Yl~~~nlrp~jr r








S-pecial report to tNIP Buo~y.
"\'u-ai, Jaak F'roist *iaK come; but

T' V i. l"nkin~u, started Mauud'tiy
a V- i 1~~ 4 y I'it1.With Lis flew 1111
-~~ L NOWIII1t'I of tli" it' pce lt't', Mon-
41 iyi i14. Chiijuley. Cu route for Lit

Thunsii davt, 1ec. 7 1905- Mri. IlIa' Chute of Glass, Fla,.,i

_______ -visititt-- wi lier~d sister, Mrs. Henry
ST. A N D I IEW S&u-lock.

t.gar, lb- Tea, lb>
GI'anulated ...6..t: He No....... 55
.Cojee,A .... "5 Gunpowder. 40
],t brown .... 5 Untcol', Jap.40-60
!], ,lee, Colid milk, V an1
Green ... 12@29 Unsweetn'a. 10
S- Arl>uckle,Cle 12-)5 Sweetened..... 10
"Yitinger suips 31625 Baking powder
crackers', soda 10 Royal ..... ... 50
L'obacco, pln -oui 0 I (A OCtmpbellel ...... .10
*- laiSin, t (Jatuned ftuit
lidondun ayers.8-15 Peaches.... 0la20
Valetii ik... .. S Tomalntocs.. ..Sal2
tic .. 6. j Apples ....... 10
\t p[lle Pears........ 15
Sitlvappoated .. O Pilums.. ....... 10
DrIied Pe eh' 8 Apricot. :r'.. 10-20
,J3oal Oil pri atl.;..20 S) raIeel ies. .. 20
.l ...0 Plineapple ". .10-30
1** suim'.l' vipupi .i n ,' ur-sed Meats
Soiley.... '. 5* Roast Beef. 1214
.. if ar.......... C33 Oorned Reef. 12i,
neve-Spr lb I.... 18 Chipped BeeflO-25
dulter. 2 -35 lobster ..... / l
Oletnargerin~iI.. 1 Stl1on... 10@1 5
uad...-. ... .7-10 Calned Vegetaibles
Set, ..... ...... 5 Baked Beans..._ 10
Doeoaui tid. p.... 10 Corn....... 1.0@ 15
Jelly, glasa l0a -2>, Peas. ...... 10
InieJu .te .... 45 l'uipkin ..... 1i
vggs per 'o ... '20
V') it r Iork -
o ar of S'th12, 2.3. 1). S. pr 1b..... .11
S.Obelisk ...... 3.25 Bacon Sides... 12
Uorn Meal pr T-0 Fresh .. .. tal
.-Uat Meal pr lb.. 5 Ur'k sft lac' i 16-22
Corn per hb ..7.- i'0. Hamcanv' s'd I5-2(
Potatoes Shoulders .... I I
Irish. .. . 1 40 eef
SEa yIv lt'se seed 1.60 Corned ........ 8
Swet t. '.. 60(C75 Fresi : ..Sj.-
itt, pr sck.. 1. .tO Drled ......... 25
Tablle .. ... 5a Milk pr it.. .... 10
r ails, vuer 1I,4,Ila54 Ax,wilth handle. 75
G(, v wie do i.( i 1ii es, athl .... :5a50
*, Manilla rope,...9,i 2 ,ppe, r paint, can .
f!-' 4t veius 1k,. a Li.ueed oil,g .."
'ipu e, per jolt I.
;. +. : + / ) [ t ( O D).S ,, .
" th i ;'per yd. S b. 3 ls ... ..a 5,t
'. heet .ii gs. . lann l ... 15a40t
; "M sii; a.1I1 ThIr eIa.d pert siul. 5
j nin-s... ... 15a45 Shoes,ladies.$1a275,
..t rt Jiantspat 2.5 Men's. .$1 40aa300
i LI -cwt. .75al .;5 Oats pr hu ..... 60
4 raI ......... 1.2. Brick pr M -.. .. l
'; .pe si-l . ..:.7@9 Lime pr l ...,, 75
v' F lUt'u', V1 N UTS.
J .,lgVe pr doz. 45 Pecats pr li ..... 15
S A ipleA...... 15 W0lnuts .. .: .... 20
SI.Q le ` .;i ; ." . H, m A-lin indi ... .... 15
t'i i't5 'E ,S E -
!'i -hll k i )1 1 L Opened )r i' I ... 2i 0u
S1.1V 'TI'OCK. .
T rsc, . .t :o I aln C aI .:.. .. 5
M liutei' .. i ti' 11a75 i . .. tili." t4
(en.I |i ',lmh (6.j'*Sheepp., ... .. 2-

0 ikle i .-l 40..0 arse ar .... 45 00
TArk ') .. il nti l..l ), .k-: .... 2.5u (l
Fitl .
r e~hi Saitf
lIi i d -i a ilei pi. hl,1 5.50
'1roit 25 ''.s itt ....... 5.50
'.,,ip pailO I.- l'... 6 PoniPano .... 1i0.00
om rgtni : ..... 10 Mackerel-.... 8.,0.
/ l\ MtElR.-
ilou.i+ g, OC eiling. ;
SH 1i, .t 1 4.00-Heart, "9 la I .4(H
S Fatce ..12.00 Face .. 12.00)
S.ap 1 .. ." 10,00 Sap .. 10.00o
D i-op t-iditig, Chiifoards,
I l e 'atl lacI l 14i.00i 1 x,0 it )nti ..$1 I 11.
'),'. p ,r' '' 10.Un l'inishing lumn-
P. B l'1 lumuihn er.". I't 1-'2 "her, d. I2 ( 15.00
l ea .ri shingles, 2.50 Lath, 'i u .... .. 2tl1
i 1.50 lnoa uIllie'er,
ted.. ..$20

H ow's This '
We offer One Hundced L'tlars Reward
Sfor any case of Catarrhi that cann i lbe
', red by Hall's Catarrch Cure.
F. J. CEIHENEY,&O., I'luy., lToledo,O.
We the undersigned, have known F. J.
C. lieneyfor the last 15 years, and believe
nim perfectly honorable .it all business
transactions and finlncially able to carry
out any obligations made 'hy their firm.
West &Traux, Wholesale D uggists,
.'oledo, 0.
Walding, Kianan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Oure is taken internally
acting directly upon the blood aM.d mu-
eous s.iurfaces of the system. Price, 75c-
peri bottle. Sold by all druggists,
Take 9iall's Family P'ills for constipa-

1 ven to What a Womain Can Do With
"I the Handtl Hairpta.
He had been away on a long journey,
And upon his return his wife was de-
tailing to him a number of reforms
ahd improvements which she had suc.
ceasfully engineered during his ab-
."And you know," she said, "the draw-
er that was locked for over a month

anrd which you .ail co:i.jtu't be opened
except by a locksmithh' Well"-tri-
um'hul!jtl..--"I -a a n-.1 it."
"Well, weTl. liow did you do it?"
"With a ta:t1.',.."
"And ihe oven doo." she continuetI.
'lin- been sloppinga' rojird oil one tLinge
for ever so, long just because you 'we'e
too lazy -to fix it, but it's all right
"Well, I'm glad you had it fixed."
"Had It fixed! I fixed it myself-
.with a hairpin."
"And theu there's that crayou por-
trait of mother that stood in the cor-
..Uet for almost six solid wee&s because
you never would 'bring me any pie-
ture hooks"-
"Well, I intended to, but"-
"Ob, but! Well, it don't make any
difference now. I got it up with a
book I made myself-out of a hairpin."
Ye gxods' he said.
"And there's W'illie. You've been
conaxing him and bribing him for. a
year, trying to break him off bitlung his
nails, and I broke him In a week."
"Witlh a hairpin?" he inquired
' weakly.
"No!" she snapped. "Don't be a
goose! With a hairbrush."

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. lompkina
and son were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs, F, U, Ware, at Bayhead, Sun-
day, where they were eightt royally en-
tertained with the Captain's fine new
graphophoite. Capt, W. has hi.6 new
launch, Nettie. built by C. M. (.casev
of 't., Aidiew and it,is a gem,
Miss M, ry Nixon of Fount-ain,
Fla., is visiting her sister, Mrs. 0. C.

M1is D'ella Youngblood visited Miss
Mary Nixotu, Snnlay.
Mrs. Wills, who was a former cit-
izen of this place has moved to Bayv-
laad ,eniil ia' fi e aecom tnundation
for tial ersul'
wi'ty _._. + . .... <. ,,cti a.
'The istcr:y eicnet eLIterai' to a
greaterr or less dgtIgre into fetion of
'very kind., Indlred, it is the blase of,
all literai'ry Inte:'At-.\ Priu-', We.,-
real a ;,tory "to see howv it cones out,"
and, ot; er thi1ng_.i bei:Ig eqaal, the
s-:','y in whh tile clotncut of sus-
polT.-e 'b.; .!1a, ig )';. is muost s;.;cces3fuil;ly P ii.tain-
ed y,-i\l be the ma.-t uti er.'all, satisfy-
ing and popular. The mystery tale o:
today is a -story in which the element
of s:uense is deliberately enlarged
Lidtd cnplihasized until it dominates ev-
ery oiler consideration in the story.
C'1a:'acterization, atmosphere, emotion-
al values-all become subordhliat'd to
.tbh' '-leat l1usiness of plot devel')pmrnt.
The marshaling of incident, tihe sue-
cessIon of c; tflud in crescendo order.
t ,lfh whlte 'he s::.cret of the outcome is care-
fi. wvihheld, is the affair here. Like
a periodic sentence of titanic size, the
lale is unrolled until with t'he conelud-
ilg ..,.:',! L.- the meaning of all that
ihas gone before is made clear.-Lee F.
Hartman in Harper's Weekly..

A Certain Cure fori Croup.
Wheh a child i-shows 'vmptoms of
croatp.there is up time to experiment
with i.ew remedies, no matt -r how highly
they may be recommended. There is o. *
pr,'paratiin tat. chan always be depended
upon. .It has been in use for many years
sitid has never gyeen knhowt to fail, viz:
(Cli ptiieilain's Cough Remedy. Mr. M.
I": Compton of marketet Texas, says of it,
"I have used Chamberlain.'s Cough Rem-
'dy in severe" cases of croup with my chi-'
gives prompt rtlieE." For sale by Ware
Bros. & Co,. -,t. Andrew and Biavhead
piid all medicine dealers.
A ) l ('.I. oi f ;'. l i ..t .a .
1 a n o ]'-'"w.. 1
:..!l;" -ar-- '": !h':. r r';;-', f:r tl, c-
'..y nT':y of t'.:, .,!icit ale r'e t:
.;n o "f < yo ,.Irs o1il. T'l'y a:
;a'-'i ;rz ii'ci;,ily, but y-nu 't'r. -t Un,

..: c- :i .. of 0o ryt Alest v. oO.
2.a tihe l1i2vye ( eys usCetd re puirt
.n' god. Wi'. n tLcvy ,Iave been mad..
tihey are l, t ilt the viii.ige to "th'
Unitcl:cr. -the baker Randd the candlestick
-:o'".- -ti any one, in fact, in host
lious.' ti,'re is Iplenty of traffic. Herel
tile ca'-rpelt are trairpled 1i)on and
min.-Ie to look old. They are aft.erwgrd
wa,:;(d in a running stream and then
dried in the sun. And by these means
thd rugs get in antique complexion
and a certain gloss which are much ap-
preciated. What may be called a
genuinio "antique" is thus manufac-
tured and sold in the bazaar for ten
times or twenty times the price for
which it could be bought in London.--
Constantinople Letter.


If you haven't a regular, healthy movement of the
bowels every day, you're ill orwill be. Keep your
bowels open, and be well. Force, in the shape of
violent physic orpill 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, Chlcago or New York.


SReal Estats Aant,


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 anu Rents Collected'
for Non-Re. idents.
St. Andrew. Fla.

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1-%A i i V; r(- OV
2'.:e no 4, Plo xln PJtl i (r
j~l e1~iiiI Ll-1 t'he 1,ubjoft-t or of
'he em~ut oW sw me k on- no 'sw vTKl
is evi ent t c%*:ey iii" of the dir'-titto
'Facinz tbe -ea ryen dullerect a pyic
two InererM 111g'!),hn~t P, ,;)
1 ~-~j
'Ly a b' L Of i;-01, (,A Xbc- ~t1h

wv,y t ly t "': s -7, of ArtS
b;r other puaof ii~e v*oJo.l-Le,,a,:

fivi c rn.if, "i.. l of kl]Ut

Sv lici f an~i vt iiat it l;-2d, tt2:i
of '-k 1
~ i~ N', 21)1 n (2') E l we
ulIN' the!-o
lok, LeSCI CU)*2 ~ O'' ~

Lemons as Medicine

Their Wonderful Effect
on the Liver, Stomach,
Bowels, I(idneys
and Blood.
Lemons are largely used by The
Mozley Lemon Elixir Company, in
compounding their Lemon Elixir,
a pleasant Lemon Laxative and
Tonic-a substitute for all Cathartic
and Liver Pills. Lemon Elixir posi-
tively cures'all Biliousness, Consti-
pation, Indigestion or Dyspepsia,
Headache, Malaria, Kidney Disease,
Dizziness, Colds, Loss of Appetite,
Fevers, Chills, Blotches, Pimples,
all Impurities of the Blood, Pain in
the Chest or Back, and all other dis-
eases caused by a disordered liver
and kidneys, the first Great
Cause of all Fatal Diseases.
WOMEN for all Feniale Irreg-
ularities, will find.Lemon 'Elixir
a pleasant and thoroughly reliable.
remedy, without the least danger of
- possible harm to them in afv condi-
tion peculiar to themselves.. 50oc
and $i.oo per bottle at

"One Dose Convinces."

Sensitivev ;About Nares,.
Three times the clerk maCe an
effectual attempt to spell the ni
Finally she gave it up and ,ai'1, '"H
do you sell it, pl-easeI?''
The customer with th j i'A:, ylh
name snapped out h.':f tI'he leti'er.
the alphabet. "It's fumny you could
get that," she add1d angrily.'
"I knew she'd get nEtad if I asked
how to spcll it," s"gb'edl tLe eli
"They ail do. No matter how oi
womnau's liame, she seems to tlhitk i
everybody ought to s p l it r:wit
Failure to do so is constrvu'le a-
downright insult. Evidently uo
man likes to nanswvr to a name t
,tunmps cverycbody else, and it is o
when the g't'ls 3',hind lthe counter
down over it tlat she reIlize 4 how
possible it really is. Then she ta
.liee' slite, out on the poor el' k:. S,
I have learned that peculiarity of s]
pers I generally g'xes- at the e vr
rather th.ian make them angry."--N
York Prss.

An Emerge-icv Mediciine.
For sprains, bruis''s, huin s, sI-ilds
similar injuries, there i-i nothing o g
as Chamnrlaini's P 'ai11 B ilin, It so I
the wound and not oil: ii\es instant
lief from pain, but, causes tile 'part
heal in silh ut o ni -fliirl I tie lim rtr in
I : I I .U- ,l It. ,I ,' i .'. I
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j Chlo, l(diica go, whlos
* infl lii Cr lte is" bt. And re'w, a tri ye-
onI thbe Ta. 1it'11,y es terdIay.
Ms.C. IN. (hssev and five cbliitlir'
I i'I V e t n IA i e J a l p o l w vs y et r d 't

j~i tile thu:I i. lnold flather here.
Rev.,J.IN. toO '4 &y lttlOurliae'I 11,411
the alilluat Goldtreiice, v esterda) I(m

well pleaseItclto Itif .he Ihab
becu ileturned to ;J lis Chu gefori. L'
otherr Yearz.

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'i' H :. e! < a.. ; ::;lsa w 't i r. :'a;s t" ;.-
*']s rr'; ,d \.to; ; 1;iifi .'; i , i ,' :;;!tc.

'5- ;' I, t i.- i t', 1ork t : '.t tC',

",,.' i t ;t. i vai.ld a torriie fEig :.-
us- h .... 'e. s, n e o

t A ''i CI; e .t .-ia~ :.r i '

of lany i ,.).ii. i thae 'eginoja 'was su *
tah ed' i diif i ,' the ;i ( :r I Jhis deai;

rem tity. it i 0
-it- a, t several veL3ou aiOhtrS fioi

AMr. Colnb,' cani one of these neig l:
ean':w whb.se" oIrcarcad waio hin eedl or
.-',, .. "the man says h,: tin] : t hav<.
a' ,.('c toaena, nu..t foi 'wh'
he's f'iu.adel tle orchard Ie twoi.t h 'to
rim nL, sr~.. ly elt n iu .i t:, side of
.ls', aIpjle tre-s. Have you a ladder I
ocud n:ice ?" '
"Uni-i, well, I s'pose I'hev," said
Mr. Cob g; I'*, 'y .as, fi6 trtlned his
!ean face La!t away from his visitor'
game. "I've got one, but-it's, k:
loose j'iced twardP'he top. Fur-no;
cal'latin' t- put any ra :.- r Ii on to it
for I don't ever' .go lear. to.' tb .to
'abyslf. I'm willing' to .lt ye ta].-t it,
bl-t I h''ll hcV"to .,.: i:'.-.', .. I' ,t- .;
pents, I fluesis, on ',..' ;!1 r,- c . re i
of you.ir ni' s.bra- k thr'. :'i L i to
m un.s, h ,e en" so i.. ,' te ";i, au;
-way than i .h 3ai r ",' .t t o i.;,
taandin' to hav it b';- ,'.: a r 'h

of ra be'au I '. .'... .. ..m 'he
TIeedy, v-hlo, v -. r-y .. 'i th .
hyr ,ortheri I,,. H>..- i :,0i ,'.! a'u ii'hj
the sbutlie;i i j.- i
took' up 'thv .L! ':.. i i l I ,'. .-
"What's your Iaa Iu'- "a aeOa- otii.r 1',
turning fiercol'y tipto'ii'. "Mv ram1e
now is Mattie Ieedy," was j av ans-w\r,
"buit, please Gb1. I .1.1I ..r ,- ,.a eal;'
myself Mrs. J..LI In i iat1' ". i') to
this time she i i.! ,.r neP.t or even
seen John M -.Al u. 'So r:..l.. *i the
story came to hb eelrs. LI: ti_,l' her
out, courted her anid i iarr; ja ,il r.
Furio 8 1' vlIin '.
"For seven yearr," \%tites W. E6Tf-
man. of Harper, \.H it-a "tI m.l a bitter
bA;.tle w'ith ch0 .,, i -toiil'nl bita liverI
i'rotubie,but at -1 I 11"i ;'tl 04,In .d m yV
diseases by the L,-. I.f I-. >ctii.- .rtters
[ u lnhesitatin,.,i r, ,*.',n l,..,d ll -n'r, to all'
tind don't inteii in tI i_- fi ituI to b('
without tihem in the house. They ;t:e
ce,'tainly a wonderful he,...i,., o. fo'lhawv
cired such a bad case a-, ,,ijit ." Socl
tnder a. guarantee to do. thie same f(r
ou, by A. H. Brake,, at ."u:. a bottle'
Try them today.
ltls Offeuse.
Magistrate Ah, (hey hnve caught
you drunk Nttain. eli? tI,',--No, yer
honor; imo ero'eon'.tin' an ,arl..- .,r '-. time.
P-rg es' ( "; e:,'.",_t me .,-'-a-"j in a door-
w.ay.-bh:]:dlhiMa Press. ,

WVI n t it' i- a't is wgil, thle und-r-
.t:'+t*uihn.- i; is .""- v co'nvinnf .-- ,

Oe d 3sec G,,"Avc:'s 13!.''r
Pectratl at bed Wn1 pt c11,
nignri coug-hs of clifdren. i Jdl~ l
Nocroup. No I roi Ls. Aj V be P o ii1 ,

I Xat iitilat'm \(Hr E-;; i. -,'11d F fti Sii li fsiI.[IIIi
Doctor's medicine f or all .4 r ii~* ,r~ ---
'~affeclions of the throat, bron- CU TY;i oi '- D onTz-D OL.
Schial tubes, and lungs. Sold FfTJJAND' PONTRD LPOT 1N 1"ODN'SPoNL*D
for over 600years. Ff. rHr 1 b 'w' YYllSNTE! L -HT -N,'GNLC-'0
PI 11e s Aye1'S Cl,,, Iterrv etInm'1
ftittl ftr eglayers. 'Sber6 is bth~~it uts i
tb it for ecr iJb tdents 'pna!vtt ht
gb d oj s ezp I'.tc *,a'** .I

PIsL at biedtimo, just c.i7j
Tlve,'ersuty of A acrae.. -- ,V
Th1ere- are, fn ce" sor)lu"I-C Vtfh e1 11 a .Ii as J ,L.0's o
C -e t
1%, Or fll'Hg'' JI'.'S LAiIL a *U 0.
f~dWhet the I 14-nVel"uc ' 'e'uI~I iI W nd I~~li1 11

11101"' lo-,"s Rits pover it is lzt':
0 ". C, dIEcloL~E
thatt an infe'iw tml (.a:' nit9 a-I It
beeti 1U(iOtt. 0A S

Theic te io n~51('s'-o it tt I- ~Afdts*

,Jhot Cm.Pe. Ele I 021(2II1r iLOyS r eytProvisiofS and Feed~
10111~~~~~ G, t*: .I- r P.,--

The K 'ey that [jnloII ks ti,' ,(iV .i to
L >m Livi'.
The 1 nion (if S'S :nd(i !90 ve ir'; S l of;i'r i r
linot iie rotund w \elt (l I)Iit tliiii ,'i ;i
Iln il \\I o Oive on il a it -.itr diet. 'i-a
carefu- l as he will, i, vev r, >t ill !n )i!( t
middle age, ivtll occ istion;l .y out tlo
iiuichl, or dt' some i lticie o1 Tlni Ilot siit -
t'd to his COiiStitutltiint aund w i need( I
dos of (. i.nmnl.. rain's Stialiuh a&id
Liver Tablets to ienl lnIt n' il tl igoruta '
his sioimael ,land legIllate his lier nii)
)twels. .'lWhen this is dolnie there is IIIn
C aU.l why the t \'he!'age Aiial stshoulld not
hve to old a-e. Fof sale liy Ware J ios. &
Co', St. Andrew and B13a head anti ul
u1edici ii ieaellss.


Divorce Notice,
First Judicial' Cicumt of 'Floridin,
Circuit Coutrt ofl W a).itiglonii (oulitv
Mary .inFililiel, colhplai.nant, vs. Daniul
Finiliti, defelddant i
The' deiendaut iln tle above s t(vied
cause is hlerehiN, I requiced to aa pcar-ilieII
on the 8th ,day of Jahuary, '106), to tlihe
bill of corillhilintl filed hertein angaiusl lMiin
iV. ttte 8saiid complilaaiit, or a dct-'rti p)l
coiifes-au.wil.l e tintuered against, himi It,
It is ilco ordered tlat this order l e
publlished once.a ii ee o. A nfour '.oni S'c-
live weeks' in ihe St. Andltrews lI'o',
iewsptapi'r puiltished weeik.y in St..An-
drew. \\ ashingtou C un, y, Florida.
\Vitness ny ilhand and oftiiil seal this,
., the 1st day of December, 1905.
{ Se t }- W. O. LODEY,.
-r Clerk of Circuit ('Court, \ s .sling-
toil county, lFlorid:.
L..' CKIN t,'. Solicit r cr Coinpain.a t.

Land office at Gain-esvill', L'la.
Oct. 9, 19().
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowitg wanted settler has tiled noli0 'e iol,
his intention to ntako conimmutation
pri(oof itn support o(If ijis claim, aind that
,aid proof will e :tiade )(et'fore toeio C('lerk
of thie Ctircuit Cou rt at, VelriOl, F a.. on
Dec 20, IPi05, viz:
JOHN CLAIRK; of Andejrson, Fla.
H-d 3:3875, for the s'-w of sec 17. tpls. is.
14 w.
14,u names the following w\it.isses to
prove hisi (olitjilluous rll' si(a ici e -iIponl
inot cultivation of said lind, vi..:
IW. J. Gumtainouts, Alex. Welh'her,
3tBarntey Young' and Lewis Fl'oy, all ol
Ander's.n11, FIa.
W, G. ROBINSON, Registtr.
;' ="Editor's fee pJdiii.

kicot( Wilit Ie e Loi4'as.
n Fr'tncae illn f.':?iie' tiLe.; a h >rse '
th t i' -(-std four w thl s-o. .
A t h 4 i. f i of 1a ''-i- Ve'A -

--. ...--- -"--- --"- iu lh r' i-s a pas.- aIge in one 0l e
SI .. - .:.;"- 'voiks o'f Frederic'tk Mistrnt, theo f.t ',-
: t". '.L-,:-... V p;.t of rovence, to th< foliowrn;ii; e'-
ai,', n a t .', . "'I ct: "' ;y 11he rule of the road thl t e
.'. .-- i,. ': ',o ,,,' _: vas n o'd L 0- custom. w i;:h was werce13 Ct-
.. '. ed by aill. that the carter whose leader
-.'.' '-' '" ... ."^ -" h iad four white st.c:iigs, wh i.ho'-r go-
"- -- -- u ing uphill or downhill, .had thi rid btc
A n = S t X not to leave the roadA-that is, the nar-t
C.- roy. pived part when the reIt was in
S a had ettate-aud thus arose the prov-
S'erb, 'Whio lis four white feet can pass
SSIILL everywhere.'"

' 1 Zi ..In of t'*;v lo L Get (ic-' 11n Carp.
1 IC lCt- l 11 I (n i g
CM 111( IAl.T T T 1ri: Ve follo-'in dircctilisfo lr i! catiyng
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1^A U X(i J "l ^ Ovrnianl carp%: Whvin li.'liing, if you,

ro c ries$s

., O T 1 0 iO-*- ,

H -A :d O 0 '. .. A ,

Headquarters for the Purchase and Sale of Country

When in Millville, DOn' Fail to Cmn s= See Me


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calcith a Gerlan carp11 clean it and I haig
it out in the sun1 six weeks to dry3, th'in
nail it to a plu. bard ani .cov," it
tlhouo-,ghly wvil sait or nIpu't..,lI. t t
sani.d for two iontlhs l.tngr., *ard tVi.n
bhake it two days, i':. n ...-. t he na:i-s,
throw tlhe carp over Ih l hal- f'tnte
aWil1 eat the bordn, e lii'never e.et tlt.

'Tie Ai-tis t's tr. i:Ntry.
iti 'c:'i-u-YOtu 'ta' y- u ;t ;.';: ; ':- o11d is
Tinsirious? EI'i>;'--Vr'vW. hy, FvP
l kinot-vii hi t'o W'alt- oVel' roaur e'l.!t 's oc
Ahon0 picture. -'.d on I ls' thitt pnfsib! *'
i':.Nbo'--It is. lle was a ionth ain; t-
hi, it and fo' .ycars tryig.t ) sell in"-
Younklers .' 1 stntIl.

IRitha- I>'i1l yonu isy '"This; Is so -sud')
;eti! w inoll J c ik t;,ip'i>sc 'i
"NlNo. I oiI,' {e*l t0. youn knov, lhui
I was so i, s:t ,"' -.l1 that 1 foi'g'at aw1dl
cried, 'At last!' it.en ."''

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V12TheI v~ai L a g,10, Is SV. \rite for Prices.

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Iand Offoe at Gainesville, Fla.)
Nov. 1. 1905.
Notiee is herelhy given that the follow.
ing.named ,ettlir h- filed notice of his
intentioe to stake final ploof in sup.
port ot his claim, and that said roof
'will lh made before the clerk of the cir-
ruit court, at Vernon, Fla,. n Der. 20.
90", viz.:
JAMES V. SEWELL of Nizon, Fl.,
"td. 31006, for the net of nwk and. u wt
nelof sge.. 22, tp. Is, r. 12w.
He name the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
und cultivation of said land, viz:
M. W. 'Nixon of Fountain. Fla., L. W.
;Rowell, .Ri-.hard Rowell and Alfred Sin-
lair, of Nixon, Fla.
m, VW. G. RoBINOox. Register.
Wl Zditor's fee paid.
A* DrAmrtur Of r u INTmison.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. 1
Oct. 9, J905.
N notice is hereby given that the follow-
fing named settler has filed notice of hi.
intention to make commutation prof in,
support of his claim, and that said proof
will be maoe before the clerk of the cir.
cuit earolt t Vernon, Fia., on Dec. 20,
1905, viz.:
Hd 32861 for he ib of swl, nwj of? sw
sesj of nw! 0of see. 20, tp. Ilt, r. 15w.
Be hames tbe teollowin- witaesNes to
prove his conlinnenu residence upon aad
"cultivatith of said land, vis.:
esaburs "l iller, Lewis C rter, Rolert
S. Rums add Joseph Stanlev all of Huis,
Fia W. 'l Riusmow, Register.
W"Editor'n fee paid.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
Oct. 9, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his Intention to make final proof in sup-
;port of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the clerk of the
circuit bourt at Vernon, Fla., on Dec.
20. 1905, viz:
JESSE M. MASHBUitN of Bayhead.
Hd 30300 for the et of swi sec. 13, and
e1 of nwk of sec. 24, tp Is, r. 13w.
He names the following witnesses'to
prove this continuous residence upon
and cu't1vatlon.of said land, viz:
A. E. Register, of tyhead. J. ff. Por-
ter' J. W. G'aioer and J. B. Brown of
Euonfina, Fla.
W. 0. R UtmoxsoN, Register
SWEditor'a fe paid.



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Oct. 30, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to makt, commntationt
proof in support of his claim, and that
sid proof will be made before clerk of
the circuit court at Vernon, Fla., on
Dec. -0, 1905, viz:
GAINES E. PARKER, of Nixon, Fla.,
Hd No. 34456, for the si of net of sec.
10, tp. 28, r. 12w..
Ie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Robert Nixon; J. D.. Porter. R. T.
Sangster and B.J.Johnson. all.of Nix
on, Fla. W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
Oct. 16, 190b. )
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-named settler Ias filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of hia claim, and that Paid proof will fie
made before the clerk of the circuit court
at Vernon. Fla. on lecc, 20, 1905, viz:
GID MASSEY. of ayhea', Fla.,
Hd No. 30073, for the w" of se) and e)'
of iwt.of sec. 3, to. 3o, r.,l3w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
Thos..Grant and John L. Grant of Ga.y,
Fla., and Frank Page and Duncan luie uof
Bay head, Fla.
W. G. RoBmnson, Register
AW Editor's fee paid.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla,
Oct. 16, 1905. t
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup-
post of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the Clerk of the
Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on Dec.
20, 1905, viz.:
Hd 30356, for the wt oi nwt of uec 13, tp.
3a, r. 14w.
He* names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
Frank PaIe, Gid Massey, John Mas-
sey and Duncan Buie, :all of Bayhead,
Fla. W.G. ROBINSON, Register.
W'Editor's fee paid.
Oct 30, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make commutation
proof io support of his claim, and that
said proo( will be made before the Clerk
of the Circuit Court at Vernon, Fla., on
Dec. 20, 1905, viz:
fee, Fla.,
Hd 34817 for the wi of net and wi of
set of sec. 4. tp. 2s. r. 15w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove bis continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
P. S. Ellabee, C. E. Murfee, Jas. West
and M. 8. Murfee, all of Murfee, Fla.
W.G. ROBINSON, Register.
V'"Editor's fee paid.
Land Office at G .inesville, Fla.*
Oct. 9, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
igt-named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make ecommutatiou proof in
support oflhiiclaim, and,that said proof
will be made before the clerk of the cir-
cuit court at Vernon, "'la., on Dec. 20,
1905. viz.:
FRANK CLARK, of Anderson, Fla.
Hd 338-4 for the set of sec. 17, tp Is, p.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence ui on and
cultivation of said labd, viz.:
W. J. Gurgainous, Alex. Welchlier, Bar-
ney Yeung and Lewis Floyd, all of An er.
don, Fla. W.G.Ro3aNsox, Register.
WrEditor's fee paid.
Land Ofice at Gainesville, Fla.
Oct. 16. 1905.
Notion is hereby given that the fol-
lowing-named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in
support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the clerk of
the circuit court at Vernon, Fla,, on
Dec. 2'. 1905, viz.:
ROBERT L. BROOKS, of Muw-fee, Fll"
Hd No. '34834 for the nei of sec, 2, tp.
2 r. 16w.
He uames the following witLesses to

prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
C. D.Hall, D. J: Vinoon, and L. H
Buchanan ,jr. of Westbay, Fla. and J.
R. West, of Murfee,.Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
CWEditor's fee paid.
Land Ofice at Gainesville Fla.
SOct. 9, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named-settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup
port of, his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the Clerk of the
Circuit Court at Vernan, Fla., on Dec.
50, 190.5, via:
JOHN H. PORTER of Econfina, Fla.
Hd 29251 for the wi of nwt, seiolt nwi
and swi of net of sec, 12 tp. 1-4. r, 13w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
Jesse M. Mashburn, Thomas L. Mash-
buan, A. E. Register and John B.
Brown, all of Bayhead, Fl.
W 0. ROBINSON, Register,
W9Editor's'fee pdid.
Land OMfice at Gainesville, Fla. .
Oct. 9, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to m.ke fin.l proof In sup-
port of hia claim, and that said proof
will be made before the clerk of the
circuit court at.Ves non, Fla., on Dec.
N)ath, 1*5, viz:
rHOMAS L. MASHBURN, of Bay head
H1d 30199 for the st of nw* and wi of
a% of see. 13, twp 1J. r. 13w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
%ad cultivation of tMid land, viz:
A. E. Retrlater W. A. Pincknevy F.
B. Mashburn, of bEyhead, Fla r and J.
H. Poeterot Econfina, Fla.
W.G. ROBINSON. Register.
XKdilor'e fee paid.

7 On Winks of



CopyriVht. 191), bu Lilian C. P cl, f

"Ow! Ugh!" Dorton gave a gasp I
of pain as his skate struck something
anaggly in the snowy ice, then stag-
gearingly recovered his balance, aided
by a timely grasp from the fur gloved
hand of Dr. Melford, who had been do-
ing a neat outer edge alongside and
grumbling heartily the while.
"What rotten luck:" he had been say-
Ing every five minutes as the merry
skaters whizzed by, always in satisfy-
Ing pairs. "And we have had ouri
shingles up a whole month in this con-
founded burg, and still don't know a
single, solitary girl in all this giddy
phantasmagoria of whirling skaters"-
Then he was interrupted by Dorton's
"Are you hurt, old man? What've
you hit?" he demanded, anxiously peer-
ing through his frosted glasses at his
disabled friend, who stooped painfully
to pick up something from the chipped
ice before hobbling shoreward.
"Struck?" echoed Dorton, sinking
on to a bench under a lamp post and
nursing his ankle. "The United States
steel trust, I think, by the feel of my
foot! Here it is!" And he held up to
view the obstruction which had inter-
rupted his' fantastic gyrations in the
center of the lake where the figure
skaters had been performing.
It was a good sized No. 10 boy's
skate, of the club variety, and its pol-
ished nickel blade shone like frozen
moonbeams as he surveyed it critically.
Melford glanced at it with interest and
put the laconic query:
"Gender masculine, feminine or neu-
"Feminine," promptly decided Dor-
ton, holding it closer. "It's got some
initials engraved on it-'J. M. T.' No
boy was ever so sentimental as that.
And no chappie ever wore clubs, so by
the process of elimination we arrive
at the remaining and only possible sex
of Jimty, Its owner. And, by Jove,
from the size of it, she's no Cinder-
ella either. It fits a No. 5 foot, or I'll
eat my hat. Girls are so emancipated
these days," he went on whimsically,
"even their feet are throwing off
trammels and spreading out of all"-
"If you have quite finished Sherlock-
Holmesing my skate," broke in a high,
cool voice out of the black region be-
yond the rim of light rays from the are
lamp, "will you be kind enough to re-
turn it to me?"
"The devil" ejaculated Dorton under
his breath, starting guiltily and drop-
ping the unlucky skate to the ground.
It fell clattering under the bench, and
the doctor dived after it with ostenta-
tious haste.
"You fool!" he swore in Dorton's un-
comfortable ear as he went down on
all fours In his quest. "And this was
our only chance-first woman's voice
that's ever addressed us since we came
west. We might have scraped an ac-
quaintance, but now you've trade a
mess of It"
"Bigger fool youl" Dorton rejoined
fiercely, bumping heads with his col-
league as he, too, stooped to recover
the bone of contention, hoping In some
measure to retrieve himself in the eyes
of the invisible unknown. "She's not
that sort at all. I can tell by her
"Well, even nice girls sometimes un-
der such circumstances"- began Mel-
ford in an injured tone, but Dorton
cut him short, having found the skate
and held it out toward the voice in
question. But the young woman be-
longing to it made no move to recover
her property, renaininag obldurately in
the friendly darkness.
"Will you be so good an to bring it
to me?" Her tone was as silvery and
distant as the strains fromn the band
stand on the other side of the lake.
"I've got to see her face," thought
the big fellow to himself, "and gain
time to square myself somehow."
IHe took a step forwarI and suddenly
measured his full length at hler ma-
ligned feet, with the skate still clutch-
ed in his hand.
"My ankle," he moaned when she
bent over him, all womanly solicitude.,
her momentary pique gone. Only anx-
Ity and pity were visible in her lovely
face-quite the loveliest he had ever
seen, Dorton thought, as he closed his
"Oh, I'm afraid he's fainted! He's

hurt, and It's my fault!" cried the girl,
tearing off her mitteus to ru.b snow on
the cheeks that looked so pale in the
white light. "Can't you do something
for him? Ile wouldn't have been hurt
:f It hadn't been for rm:y skate!" she
-luavered, feeling in some way to
Olame. "Please go for a doctor."
"I am a doctor-a recent arcivnl IIL
the city," replied Me!ford. "If we could
get him somewhere and cut his shoe off
and bandage h.s foot"-
"Yes, yes," put in the girl eagerly.
"Call a cab ai- take him to my home.
It's just aroul.1' .Li lake yonder."
"'Janet Tuttle, where are you? We've
'moen looking for yon-anid your skate-
everywhere! Did ou find it?"
The g'rl was still explaining, amid
furious blushes, to her friends, who had
-rathered in a curious circle, around her,
whei, to her relief, the doctor ap-
iroached and announced that a cab-
nan was waiting.
With the help of Janet's brother, who
vas iu the party. Melford got his dis-
ibled chum Into the carriage. Janet
inve the driver her address and seated
herself with a sort of defiant shyness.
At the door of the big house where
iley drew up her mother greeted, with
,-on.ternanion. her early appearance
vtli two strange mien, but this quickly
turned to motherly concern when she
'card of the accident. She hastiened ti.
supplyy liniment and bandages anud hov
,red outside the closed door of th(
videe, old fashioned tA.'i'roomi wh:Ithe
the injured man had been c )onducited
ind waited anxiously with Janet while
the doctor attended to the injured an-
"Now, doc, do lie careful," they
heard Dorton groan as the door closed,
but they could not hear the rather curi-
ous dialogue wblich began a moment
later. Melford got up from his task
and faced his friend with accusing

"Paul! You aren't really hurt at all!
Say. what's your game anyway?" Aind
lie glared Ht bis p-cldo patient, who
sat in state, propped in pillows. That
young man's audacious gray eyes
closed gently, while an ingenuous smile
wreathed his smooth countenance.
"Sh:" he said. "I'll tell you my game,
-the old, old game of hearts, and
you've got to help me. Mum's the
word. There was no other way. Oh,
don't looklo savage! I mean business."
And the level lips spelled grim deter-
mination ds they also closed firmly.
"You don't mean you want to marry
a girl you've never seen in your life
before tonight?"
"That's exactly what I do mean," re-
turned the other genially, "if she'll
have me."
"Well, I'll be-hanged!" ejaculated
Melford, dazed.
"No, you won't-at least I hope not-
but that blessed skate will be, and that
in the most c6fispicuous' place "on 5ur
library wall. I said our. Did you
notice it?" he ended, with large proph-
ecy in his excited eyes.
"Mighty certain, seems to me," grunt-
ed Melford. "You've got to square
yourself for that break you made about
the size of her feet"-
"By Jove,e I forgot!" Paul's face fell,
and a haunted look came into his eyes,
whereat -t'e doctor said, with sympa-
thetic-w~ er: "As .bad as that al-
ready? But I always said that when
you did get it you'd have it bad"-
"She'll have to forgive me and marry
me. I'll love her so she can't help it'
And anyway," he added innocently, his
face clearing, "I don't believe that her
shoe is more than a four and a half,
though she's no Cinderella, I admit,
even at that."
"You'll do," grunted the doctor.
"Guess you'll get the girl."
All of which rash statements were
-erified in the course of time.

When the Light

Broke In
By Virgini& Leila Wentz

Copyright, 1905, by Virgirla L. Wentz

The rusty breasted robins were hop-
ping about the lawn, and the crab
apple trees were a splash of pink in
the orchard beyond. The narrow beds
that bordered the paths in Mrs. Orms-
by's garden were gay with tulips and
jonquils, and from the leafless branches
of the wistaria vine hung delicate pur-
plish clusters of blossoms. A flock of
brown sparrows twittered in the cherry
trees, a catbird was in the hedge over
yonder, and already the wrens were
building in the eave3 of the summer
omhnbow the smell of the sweet
spring ai seemed to have awakened
something: in Mrs. Ormsby's caller, a
girl of six and twenty, as she sat on a
ru'ti:' chair under the fast silvering
miiilesi. '.It was 5 o'clock, and because
the day v9s .iso perfect they were hav-
Ing ten urt'ed In the garden.
"But, Constance, if I do not love him
how:\v cau I marry him?" the girl cried
Mrs. Oraisby waited for her maid to
deposit a Jlate of thin bread and but-
ter, some- cream, sliced lemons and
sugar on the little rustic table before
she ant wered.
"Do you remember, Clare, when we
were at 'Mme. Martin's school-dear
me, it's eight years ago--an old sooth-
sayer foretold that you'd marry a mil-
lionaire? Now, here's Mr. Stanley
Hughes, who can give you houses,
yachts, automobiles, and who, in the
bargain, adores you. -Why, to be sure,
Clare, you must marry him. He's a
good man, and love will come later."
The girl made no reply. She was
looking dreamily at the robins and the
pink orchard beyond, a mist in her
lovely eyes.
"Of course," continued Mrs. Ormsby
thoughtfully as she drew the tea, "I
couldn't have married without love my-
self, but you see, my dear, Chester
and I are so old fashioned anyhow."
At the rgentlon of the man's name a
quick wave of color surged over the
girl's face aad neck and brow. In the
sunlight which came aslant from the
west the gold of Mrs. Ormsby's wed-
ding ring scintillated strangely. With
a distinct effort Clare withdrew her
gaze from its flashing.
"No," she said, pulling herself to-
gether, "not lemon, Catherine. Cream,

"To know what love is is a miracle,
though, after all," pursued Mrs. Orms-
by softly as she poured the cream.
"Why, I was just a silly girl before I
met Chester. Then-life became glori-
fied; It became real!" -
The catbird had flown to the cherry
trees andofcd burst out into a passion-
ate bubble of song. Clare's eyes sud-
denly brimmed with tears. Was It the
bird's song or the spring's beauty or
her friend's voice?
"Look here, dear," said her hostess
impulsively. "I don't want to force
your confidence, but I'm sure of one
thing-there's been some heart affair
in your life that's hurt deep and left
you cynical. Tell me about It. Let's
see if we can't straighten it out. Oh,
Clare, pride is well enough--one can
have a certain amount of it and be
none the worse for it-but it's deadly to
make a pet of It."
"But there's such a thing as righteous
pride," flashed Clare. She bent her
head and adjusted the emerald fleur-de-
lis at her dainty waist; then, rising, she
held out both hands to Mrs. Ormsby
and laughed. It was her habitual
light, pretty laugh.
"I really have to go now, Catherine.
You know I told you I could only stay
a half hour. But first I want you to
promise to forget that I came perilous-
ly near being sentimental and old fash-
ioned, forget that I seemed a bit sad.
Why, I'm quite happy, on the contra-
ry! I'm going to marry Mr. Stanley
Hughes. My wedding '11l be a smart af-
fair; my gown'll be a veritable dream,
and my husband '11 be one of the most
desirable gentlemen of the season.
Humphl Why shouldn't I be happy?"
"Don't go just yet!" pleaded Mrs.
Ormsby, not heeding the badinage, but
looking straight into the girl's eyes.
"Chester's train is due now, and he'll
be ihere any moment. I want you to

i h1. l'. -.d even wi'.h the wIrdp", of '
I i ilr a n i .uin p u .l t i -.': ao *-. *- i. 1 <
ht'ei. Shef d-libo:ati'y sa'ci :,rsc

"C:ibtherinc1." she said w!nli ic-n
I y )oo I(a'. ha g d. l I'l ..., a1..I d I
;'Ie yV u a lttClo uf imy ,coni(III, l'c,, i
v 0u care. I did love sOli.e uon' onMI
u'.-no^ m3Ilarried io'wv. It wa-; sn,
.; H' like illh : InIagne a wl : v
"X'w s.C':rc''ely alny't :;., of t : "u
r men or if thc thidgr- ljct,., .o0 i i
-:."-'z d to--to a n:l \V.:.). l n ,
eli.,'d Par:ade to lhear xv!'Ih a ':pit
'. inm'i.gne a fri:'.,d of that n an a .
f te ;girl passing a lot of 'i t:i
vith them b'..th. Inleed, be clianv.ied 1t
',e *suc'h a stan 'h friend to Ilh gi'rl thI
ic rei'used to pe'riit her to marry
n'll ni t worthy of her. though the mil,
ntad been his bSomn pal--- if that c '
'!r-d would only stop singing! It mac
her wan-t to cry.
"Well," continued C!nre, "he tprov<
e,'Lain things to the g'rl, and she we';
*o the man she loved Leth or tli;'n 1.
IId told h!m that rei;!;y shli (!1 i
'are for li l I t all- that i it i ld l b.)
u' m:stl:e. It saved 'her ride, but
r zhe heLr heart, Catherino."
"Poor, dear Clare," ane:vwered M3'
)rsbhy. touching the lace on the g'"
" m y s!e"-e in 'int1, sympai0
I. h' n. "Ani, thte r-au-vwhat did i1
vay to the note?"
"Never an:-werel ii," contemptuon.
y. "Li fact, the g;rl nev.-c" heard fruit
'vi till s ;e got hi ,v ing car:
fou see--why, don't, Catherine--noi f-;
je.'" Ps Mr .I. (Ci'.by l'r: h. a toe
from her eye. "'as I talking li:--e
iriag..y qu eun?"
T"1' ca : do, : tin' : iiJ<
walk bearing a salver with a cardi (
t. Mrs. Ornisby glanced at the p:;at

"'._rs. Browusl'y, our ne!ghhor ac:'o-
..e r;..o;'.. Bow iuc ,sidcr:,te of 1: '.
ie (x(: lai e.l. "V.'a1,it for roe loere, \-i
u. C .'r(. I -.u:a t see her just 1or
LOLtLe; lir tv oJ."
ronm around the veranda, down ti:
ru1 tL'.t ile ;.-y tho tulip) andl joo.iU
be- .,uo fL sound of a man's a;-
m'o, hiinrh f ootstrps.
"', par ," ho said. pAlitely rn
tin'.n.: as e b'ea '. arc of tL.i
" f nin hli'r f: ,ur, .ut as the girl til '.
her face on -l ilu;:
"Clare- -yo!,. llov>w id yonu con;
lore, *

,tly). 'Thn. almhoig'; t:, lo'ni of 1'
,lr1, iear-l Vo(:i ( ; (e e( ; 'un-oing 1 1>'.
1, ii&v.'.O'i' (0co. -y i'.. L ug..:
"Noi: so Strang-' ::a. yo: '.I thi!::' C t':
'elIe aI.l I wvu't ) ?( .'" >; to)ge -'
i'm visitingL the Itays, yo-* r na i.':,-x o.
o)wn the ro0 so I i:c'c ],>i. (,'
cc ..ing ..' :e-r tLei:,e I left. Th..t
:11, ex)cpt th'. I o;Y! ;.a o0
also, anId la sudden fat iy came to n'
to stay and ,.ce you too."
"To sce if tle wo you gave in
ble:'rt hal healed?" bruke in the ma.
bitterly. "All these years I've suffered,
-as only. a Ir-an can uli'''er who seorl
expllanations to tho'e who m he feel
should be above 7;uspicion. I swore no
to ask what you meant by that loL
"Tom Bn .n.U. can tell you," threw i,.
the girl ilc'1. mI" myself,. I do no!
care to di'c-us tLeo matter."
'*,-;' 1 !" The m:nI drew up hi
hand before hi; eeo, piahI outward, a
one who has une1io:-'tcil;y been shot
When lie dropped it he spoke uni
Sit's it l ben a n-:=t ikae, sweet
heart. Brounr 1 ' you h.mnsellf. I-
I thio'lght hLe was my friend."' As hI
voice broke h caugh th, old, teniide
love in the girl':i eye-s.
"'But, dear," hoe cridrl, "of cou'se 1,
was all a lie. And it i -I't t o late"-
"rIlow do you dare?'" c.-icd she, ri.in '
in hot anger a3 hle nade arn iail;ulsiv(
forward movcx:".ent. "Ye:, it's too lat
-altog-'0- hcr too !-a'e. I n i- ai goog t,
marry Stanley Iiual:e', and you-yo-
imust be loyal t you; wif--."
SMy-Clare, !""o you m;u. '
"G' od"' c:'id Mrs. (,insby. tripping
blithely down i,'h path. "You an
Chester ha en'l wa'tfi fo tho couvemc,
io:tal introduction. Ti' 's ritht, aud "
know you're go'ng to lie go 1 f-iond.s
Clare, my hu b ;n 1's co: '.in. ('h-ste-
Ormsby." Aind to her htl.banJ'.
cousin: "M'ss C'ar"- C(ayton, a s'ho,
friend of mine. Too bad n:y Che:te+
hasn't come yet-t-'ain must be late
Chester's a family noan o wvih the Oi'ms
bys, you know. I,"-
Not much wonder ele broke off sud-
denly in her sen'ence. Hecr husband's
cousin had beecclg-hly opened his
arms, and w:li a little Inarticulate,
happy cry Clare had flung herself into

The light had broken In.

'rricka and Dece'ptions That Were
Practiced In Ancient T''i:es.
Fire tricks were practi, ed in *(v'ery an-
cient times. Many of/to .-;.'s best
known tricks were emidoyc i tol dcc ive
the public of long ago. T'.er i.5 noth-
ing even now wh.ch a-to1:,h1. t-.:e ig
norant more tihn the breathing ol
flame, an acco.npllshment handed down
from remote antiquity.
The first known fire breather was a
Syrian slave named ImEunus, a leader inl
the servile war in Sicily, 1;i)0 ]. C. IL
pretended to have immediate communi'
cation with the gods. When desihou-
of inspiring his followers with courage;
he breathed flames and sparks from
his mouth.
In order to perform this marvel Eu
nus pierced a nutshell at both ends,
and, having filled it with some burn-
ing substance, he put it in his mouth
and breathed through it. The same
trick is performed today in an improv-
ed manner. The juggler roils together
some flax while it is still burning. By
this means the fire is retained in the
ball for a long time. He slips this ball
intohis mouth unperceived and breathes
through it. Hiis breath revives the fire,
and he sustains no injury so long as
lie inhales through his nostrils only.
For deceptions with fire the ancients
also employed naphtha, which is so
combustible that it kindles when it
only approaches a flame. The priests
of old took advantage of this property
of naphtha to make their offerings
catch fire as if spontaneously.
Various theories have been advanced
to account for other feats. An ancient
ordeal was the holding of a redhot iron
by the aceu:ed. Sulhi tri'lls were co.l-
dutrl 'd by the pr'elts whlji ,'vered the



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Pavs the Highest Price for Green Salted ALIGATOR HIDES.




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Fresh and of Guaranteed Purity..

Offers His Professional Services to the Citizens of St, Andrews and
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Corner of Bayview and Wyomint Avenues on Bay Front.

Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
What you can'" find at any other Store, come to thle R A C K ET
S TO R E and get.

Hot Meals at All Hours of the Day.
mililiiliilllliill i Cup of Coffee, 5 Cts. 4 Cup of Tea, 5 Cts..nilllillin(l[iiB

Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties
? I. GODARD, Proprietor.


Thl i's the latest anil most completee
Hand low for working plants in the garden. It
sselt-}ti % which the blade is attached keeps it in the
ground, and the depth of plowing is regulated
Y, by lifting the handles. A boy or girl of ten
years can handle it with perfect ease. It has a
24-inch steel wheel, the height of which makes
Sh le plow light of draft. It has five blades: 1 is
turning mold, 2 a shovel, 3 a sweepor weeding
blade, 4 a bull-tongue, 5 a rake. Wrench
with each plow.
We have mede arrsanvments by
which we can furnish this plow at
Sthe factory price, $3.1 5, with

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freight to St. Andrews Bay about one dollar, making +he plow, delivered
$4.50. But the BuOY proposes to do better than this and will send the Bnov
one year and fu'nish one of these plows complete at the factory for 4.50
purchaser to pay freight
The plow may be seen in operation at the editor's residence at any time
Order from the BUOY direct.

SPb a L L s.
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL. Safer sre seedlyl Satis-.
faction Guarauteed or Money Refouderl. Sent prepaid
for $1.00 per box. Will send them on tr:il,to be paid for
"I when relieved. Samples Free. If your druggist doea not
Shave tLLLu send your orders to the

Sold at St. Andrews Bay, Fla., at

hands of those whom they desired,
should escape with a protective paste.
The peculiar property of mineral salts,
ucnh as alum, In protecting articles of
dress from fire has long been known.
An old Milanese devised a costume con- I
listing of a cloth covering for the body
which hal been steeped in alum. A
metallic dress of wire gauze was add-
',d to this, and thus protected a man
c-ould walk on hot iron in the midst of
Very interesting experiments have
hliow that great heat may be endured
;y ti' ltu:tuan boly. Tw)) do:'tors in
'hb course of their researches on the
ub.icct -tayed in a room where the
onm.e"ature was 200 degrees. A beef-
te.k vt-:'.s cooked, in the s:":eW nI'mo":
h1,re a: 1 wa-: o e-r.. one in thirty min
t Sir Fr'nci: Chnrtrey rim:'ine.
Ir two ll'"ut- in a fu:*:-tuce mru"h1 ho
'.. .... ' t ,'m'neon enter in.;': t ".' -'
-g;'ce wh.'a he cam? out.-Wa-'ji
,n ,' r.
Plenty of Rest I. Neeemas'y.
The best work, however hard. is al-
ways methodical enough to permit of
timely rest and regular nutrition, and
the full recognition of this fact is a
mere question of pubhc utility which
we hope to see more and more widely
admitted into practice.-London Lan-

I I T 1 fA cure ouarnt- 'if i oi e
PILE Lil I h'7. D ;, i n, Supt.
Graded Schools, SatesviTle, N. C., wrir In say
S they do all you claim for them. Dr. S. M. De 1rr.
Raven Rock, W. Va., writes : Thy give uni eru i a
faction." Dr. H. D. McGill, Clarksburg, Tenn.. writi:
S In a practice of 23 years, I have fund no -rnmely to
Sequnl yours." Pas., 50 Cotrs. Samples FIee. SoU
. ,- w--r; -A
Sold at St. Andrews Bay, Ffa
At Dr. Mitchell's 9rug Store.
f. 1? Call for free samunle.

A Scotch Annwer.
A good story of an old crofter who
appeared before the commission to ap-
ply for a reduction of rent was recently
told at a meeting in Glasgow. The
number of cattle on the farm led Sher-
iff Brand to observe that surely the
croft could not be in such a bad way
as Its owner would seek to show.
"Och," replied the old fellow, "you
should see the bit beasties." "What
like are they?" queried the sheriff.
"They're as lean, sir, as Pharaoh's
kine." "How lean was that?" asked
the sheriff, doubtless thinking that he
had cornered the applicant. But had
he? Not a bit. Like a flash came back
the answer, "So lean, sir, that they
could only be eaten In a vision."

The coldest inhabited country is
Werchojansk, in eastern Siberia. The
daily mean temperature of the entire
year is 2.74 degrees below zero.

For Sale!
We offer for sale a strip from the
south side of the north half of the
northwest quarter of section 10. town-
ship 4 south, range 14 west, running
from the school house to Watson bayou,
adjoining Millville on the south. Will be
sold in acre, quarter, or half-acre lots.
The price asked will be according to
location. W. A. EMMONS & CO.


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