Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00239
 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 21, 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: VID00239
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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P"PULISHED: EVERY THURSDAY Bay. rSt,,hiie l,a, b..n a won.lelul thread ,v.: r il. ... ee refused went on a mol:e ,. dohna d Chld hich ig derey A De:eau
.AT ST. ANDREW,. FLA help t,, me in ,:sin,,g the -eav lays. It the rul tochb ate and p. ateer. Joe has never marred. I thn ovr hal mntel. John hd bought A man. ri
O o "l l- t r taro Year in A. loAl,...: the picture because he fancied the Ma-. lttal t, Iall .,e,,e nc,
S- )oll Year. i d i a ,ay .'. Clo:ing IJ 1. in e n. r, f haveforttn"e. t- donna resembled Greta. OAe evening, ,.irangle g:-o;,i ,;ultKe
:s.t:E. ." i, D1s Lr aternd Sr int n l3. 19,. at it. Andrew, lamtin hine ",., niu e s. I s1 nd the ar..e s g l eet, g!,rli;h I f f surroua led' h r i o h a ,ottrn following hli wifeolnto dinm.r, the fan. .'y t, hint f.a,- tiw.,
.- ... 3d D trict, Fla., as second class matter, under every tiol.th a package to tthe St. Its angle of goilJ- .falr. o3 .I Tber ds up sto eede llkness struck him with renewed uninvly, like J bl;. ,r
Uo.o3sly the:. n Fl L ud )'.-,l)_ 'g, t force-she was so riiehl Ljolored and his l,,Ihe'"th f.Ith 4s
.B. BLamar Tallahassee. iAcl oflCurgr.sso.1fMrch3,1s. Jo.3eh ighthoue, aLot:t 'tw lve uJotlly,ter untlt i n "Give uie my medicine please.' : ehe was o ricly ed and s
Laud otu-'it i ~ter W. G. R*.<1,ln- , .Jed together until the e Nwtn I.**.: onl-lly "I fb Leautiful! Absrnmindedly he stepped up. The diree-lon in v
rLaud -ilict2 --It; -;J. Ir, W. -G.. -" O'' ;I miles away. The' kkoe',r ges Il* hill. ,.agcr huambi hR.l-,.ad t ckell. "I am gorg to.get whil.enin,
son; Receiver, H; S. Cbu b, Gaines- WILLI AM A. EMM O1 S for away. [ e keeper t ine hil lt-we. iulj llwbft had'^pur .M .-el?" e oe her tralu and rippd the walst s."man **t ^l1f "Im. an
ville. ) Gn s- W L L I F mail. her,-. 1 let five lanmilies have for eo,-ge. ever so slightly. She turned on heih. .I tw looking for -)
".ate-GCverr--,1'N* B. Broward; Sec- 1 RO ; I T R (. h raiing and sen to all the fitbiiu The rc i th. Ie .s*ivered. i The ca e in n,. am contemptuously when he upolog;zl wci.e. lor trhe (.robl,
retary, H.' C. Crawfo-d,; Treasurer, ---- ng an t all e memory of h.at i'e frou coll: e ith an riger born of bI ';in- th l .o r nhley ir
W. V. Knott; Attorney.C--t-,'W. Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch- per anl Inu l bei catnps 1 cani reacl. was yet so pi,0nant. one night t:.. If the year 1872o th ,e Jit'g l:ni t "'Do .y(u men to krn 'beggg vraly look hi thle
SH. EliUs; Comptroller, A. J. Croom month. Position and ext.r.aduarv am ting to get little ls i- hop f a fhad u "ndoe. 1, and othe e paon' all a ,t ii the
Superintendent of Public Instruc- conditionn rates subject to special treated i, ei a d thi And fom ,t d ad ha ah. wo t t eouldnt get Lgnr'.' he ,'emonstrat.l hn tiie, '-, to .
tion, W. M. Holloway; Commission- -terebwedasthntht e Ii author on "The inir's Frieed" d ..
er of Airieulhure, B. E. McLin. agreement. Ad fo t father of the late Rev. Newman Hall) soult at hery." he remonstratl Tlado ,t-_ ,, to g
s. tate Senatr, S. W..G-lark,.- Blounts- "Local Drift,"5c. per line, first inser- I can o the guod wo rk. word ,,f tbu.e behl ere they hap of Bank street, 'Maidstone, were sold soothingly. at heart Ver4 sorry and lead of fl i.est gro
town. tion; 2ic ech'subsequent. Display Lye i iee just e le y t e two? I by auction, aud after the sale, as an very mrch annoyed at himself, rapidly nU t it ultimat
'TWashington CGuety- r .e:RTc'.:ve, locals double above rates. to the e:edit nlf being a tine Su- ere long edh to ohn Grudy, I was e- "Doi't all me *my dear!'" she lashIM hat wa beaem f.i ad
W. A.Bryan, Ci. y; County, Iuge, , H o r 1 ear. a ea
J .. ... 01 --, -'0
-" ...i.- a -'re-inder tI ..u. of.e i..y. is qtte family e Dir t copies of Conservative literature prnst- Mrs.
th a...ourMe._ ,.d.t. A he, ritedr.'e rI i ed at that establishment In coneaectloa warningly. But Greta, Io' the tnrc ro' do'l ae y"
non: Dputy. C I --.-; Tax zuhb-cripltion ha; exlaired and that two with a heavy resposiiliy retig t the rIp '.Of old edth the t w lsrat
baCollector'., Ji. -R Tbompsn, St. orthree extra numbers will be sent'upon her shoulders, which she'iuod- memories, Rockhill liy,.hs the daylight! was returned one of the two members trol of expediency,.. people are I est and
'Ver T Aituessor, J. W. Bowen', yo tht no break may occur shouldfaded, half dreaminng, half awake. of parliament for Maldstone. Some of "I can t bear yqut.' nev never, "to do what s rlght.-
-'Duncan'; -County Superintendent, B. You ch oose to renow. when suddenly the oRulrn of a voice In it bad the name spelled Disraell, but a never loved you, afhow-I can't even Success Mnghize. .
F. Gainra Wausau; Surveyor, Thos. yle, her |tiubaud lost the next room br.,ught ~lm up with a roll of from a dozen .td'a s6ie lof.- breathe where'you are! Oh, if I could Zan.w.i..ie
-.Colli'ns, Vernon; Couhuy C',,rhmis- ... ';,..' both his arms by a I fortunate ac- start. A man was singing softly below les bfan electfln address bore the never see you again, if I could never While yet an obscure
Ssioners, B. F. Swindle, Vernon; A. e C .1, d ever since that time s his breath, bitt stjl, quite distinguish printed signature D'Israell. I ask d see you agaln" She began to cry and Zauiwill submitted t(
.L. Harrill, Chipley; J. M. Portei, be h ably. Rockhill, clutclg the bed- the overseer (Higbstead, who' ws 'bfhn 'sob violently, and her mother led her .magazine a poem. wh
Ecotifina; J. H..-e~sley, Point -Vash-. ,. > has been his c i, tint. attendan.t;'to clothes with shaking hands, tried to elderly and had been Continuously in npsta rs, ack In de c.nurse w
ngton; Elon Sin.ieton.ixon the extent bf preparing his food and reason with himself. It was a dream, employmentln that establishment since When trs. came down v an- s:p xp.s- 'nt..or:;,ws-- ,lsti'e e Eu Eof feeding hin at the Pab-e,assis ing an Illusion conjured up by fancy and boyhooddays)or an explanation ad half lor later the dinner table, bril- sorrow at hs inality
o 's,- ':N Bke; Dputy Clerk, --in the cultivation of hfam n fever. But the v6oie,kept steadily on. 'he said that when Dismaeli came to ex- lIantly lighted, gleaming wih damask the contribution,
t our A. Emmons; the cultivation of th a.i. m.n- There was no nmstalktig those clear, naminle a proof 'of hs election address and silver, wa. still utituched. Johp, The li nuscript foun
.ol DGrctors,. G. W. Surber, Sr., aging the sailboat "'when making mellow tones. It was Tom's voice, somebody suggested (the overseers be- who sat bow.d in ii -irite and crushd pigeonhole, to be re.
-P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis- ruevs on'the hav, aid geersrHy Tom himself was singing In the next lief being that it came fiom'Vitie all) grief, slowly raised his head. 'There time later whu fame
trels(, Zaui.are. :' .... room. that the name would look more Eng- was a pause,. The thought that occur- out. The poem was so
i.roI, iLusiwio'cl. HFlenry Bovis: pci'orming for 111 1 tt duties Rockhill's dry 110%, tried to form a lish-like if the apostrophe were taken red to Mrs. 3 Weston was that he was magazine to which it
Con'stable, J H. -Bifn, which a person without arms finds it wod. "Toni," he IAuathed, "Tom." e out. Dharell' fthsseted, and It came sitting while she was standltig-a di-' : b it -th lef i
.er 'otunster and ctary Lubli '// difficult or ,n, -. to do. She is But no sound ,cam. 'A~suddenn, unrea- 'out,"and in further printing work"a tinct violation sf wetianetle. .-As for "' "tuet, "t il ti~
o.a P a N. Carlile. \' if 1 o ' zoning despair seed him. Tom was like omission was observed.-eohn H. himwell,' lie llas'thltnking Tf other fancy price for it.
SCallaway-Postmaster, M. eCtrl. h herself. well worthy of t d-cou- there, close to him; and he could not Burrows In Athenaeum. things. 'lewllderedly, he brushed'awav
under Posmaster A ew Allan. sideration of the Suinshine fuamily., call him, could not attract his atten- a heavy lock that had fallen over hli Zyxper4m'in d wi
Mrs Iustmsrer, S. Ander- OF T tion. He woudgo and Rockhill would forehead. xViun Aliioiy otyl
'on '. 'A,, rrenee I rles of'an kind be left, 'lfde #gain' this time- forever. T "She said"--he stopped, lh ofce'ag contemplating suicide
V elt'Bay-(Astmatir,. W. C.iHolley. 'tr t a : rany kii He .must make Tom hear, he must. 1. IJru huskly-"'he-'saidhe'd never cared rm collecthou of a great vat
Mutee-Postmaster, James M. Muree. is becoming a national tra Iotr see And then slowly, eirefully, his voice, me." He swallowed hard again. "pNev and tried each of th'em
,>- osii s. Mr. R. Gay. htt lOC iet. it men in the disregard for the breaking on the feeble notes, the man TA LE r-Is that true?" slaves In 'order' to: sc
;Q'pkHis--ro.tuis.ter, uery Toap- Bran ide M WA.Emmons. l of on the bed began to sing. Weak, bare- The woman was frightened. She felt death was accompteified'
kis. Toecncy, ik xpetotn. ly audible, in phrasig and intonation o- thie-aldden.'tonotf'hls -w411 and was parent suffering. OnQ,
,.l 1.d--o mwaster. C. Tompkins. P int Gnal-M Cy W. and'in women who never regard any the notes were- yt recognizable Iml- By VI.GINIA LEltA 'WiNT speechless. cares that over 200 peI
v.... I c-r'os-tua.ster.. Preident General-0Mrs. CyC.iaoWn -- sinin hn f
I iostiv ess, Mrs. Dyer. Alden. Headquarters,'6 Fifth Ave- kind of rule whatever. The very' taon of -Torn singing his favorite "Answer me. Is It?" His commuan lives in rer 'that. t
Snu. New Yort, sog as'he had sung it so often lu Copyright, 1905, by Virginia Leila Went rang out like a*'pistol-shot, and a dai- might' be obtati'd,
-ibu Cuity Cromanton-Postmas- State Prbsidient-Mrs. Mary L. Bradt, children are co ni', up with this dis- those old days. gerqtdU'gleam lay'levefin his eyes. that Antony killedhiims
ter tv ank W .cskins. 319 Church st. Jacksonville,:Fla. taste for abridgement of what There was a stir In'the' next 'room; "Yes," %he admitted,'utterly'throwv ger and Clhopnrra'"Ib,
> ilc-r-!' -V ster, W. F. Wood- ghe"y legGrdeas thheir'ighatearid eegi hen Il e sound of the hasty opening In the beginning Greta had dreamed 'hferguard. herr el&(-d poiso obr
-. 'Hve had a kiianess shown? ... .ud~tu :.-hu;ting ba'ilor. Ttite'rnex miol of- romantic love and army or navy "At least," he said"flnally, 'nd h,. bite;
............. -" Pass it on; to manifest it as soon as they learn ment Rockhill's o n -door flew oped offcets. 'That was nwhile"her father voice sounded miles and iliesa away. ,
I 't! E 3.-\1 ..... 'Twas not given for you alone, to walk. Aud, iita, ge to say. th-y :tid on the threshold stood a man, tall, lived. W,'hen he died, falling to leave "we have the truth at last. Now The nvw t, of the
,: io,'thera ,i ,ey. -. A ndfrsond Pwas it on: h a c m Te
lay, Iay, : .i"1 hiipley departs Lot it travel down the- years, rarely' have to' pay tke full penalty of 'ger faed, with clear blue eyes. either her mother or her a red copper- may understand each other." was an omineutly pra
Se .11 3:0 Let itwin.- an r's tears, Toni!" cried IRoeldbill. "Tom!" And nothing but the big mansion with the From that time on Gta was a well a god ('stl
t- *,>' e.), day ex- Leta:taen r hettwiven the rseed appears, not adhering to, stctures made for e fa-intedt heu he recovered con enormous ;nr-gacge on it -'Greta, completely Ignored as If she had beten eflo. of his it st
Jo. ..,neeMiviheee Ped aitpon." s the comfort and good of ofe greatest mtd by h oter,was ready to tthe bsue shepherd on the drawn.:eat elt
.an u rker, P.t-,,,r., Cook, uuber. 1 never sa bt on lace held Rockhili's twbwasted hand i i-y anything elLble. provided their room cabinet. From being everythn:. Prstlanity of his hear
S a( \tappo leaves St. Mott-God Cheer where rue ere u. .That lie she ahr ha huk lke o
i. ,. moruig except St ('olos--Yelwa'hit where rules we-e nne sac'. '- i i1 hJ) own,. [ ., .......-! suddenly become nothing dt was al-> g-anc'ir ug^ Aie ;l.t01.*1Q
,.cv r 5..: -,'ci k,.ac'rives,oid g Stat. ctoe i rbc .ep-O arrge. .- w'as a ,.ra i ,t-'httm l.-ii t ,#i -r c.U "--'. .' f..i.'.,' ,, 'a'- sar1z ,-t ." t 't r hcr'.. tt,'. .:;.I UUI:},,.hi.^<,^ ti'
west tt 7.r place with a r- inhabitants, .. -. u h 's ivas deep o.wt-t..i. ,nd road shoulder- 'like:" o ks note. ,,n a hrah wordL to
_*. E i US Son,- ca,'fter Sunshine-" -' fl. ... ."i" h.. flB I;.i,] and his On e m4
1 ,EL1 GI0 J. no, jail, no' police fotce.\Dutin y and bit above uoii hght. Hio One morning they told him that whis du.:g th, past four w
l:,alptist-Church Wyvou0ig .on"e. f'- ctt- --n aino,-r'- .e i' ,' a l r, ql-j .lll Hw 'h:n was Iri. his mouth, was sensltiw wife 'as calling for him. They lel him 'he e was a stir amon
.,g Park S. f. rvices't 1 a. m.a WHENF-I.M.OL.t. stay there was anaOragemea pa- .u run y :-, .n 't 'd his eyes were dark nd iluiet. I Into a cool, dim room. When he be- but i. other indlcatio
S p.n. Suiiday School every Suln When am old-d(and dhPh.wr soon trade, and womeii were advised--not Giillt 'm1' in re cutent at -- ietical things, in the. financial cae accustomed to the half light he had toldanciae ac
m n Rev. C. L. Joyner, Vill lite's sweet morning yield to noon, couunaded-to remain doors, as ). .' r i.il ', answered. v world, in mines and stock markets he saw that Greta, the pink rose, had "ded," h went on
SAnd no's broad,fervid, nearest light at home. In the arena more to an exquisite white lily. He os tknw that
S. s;y Be shod by the solemn nirt then only could their safety be guar- I r t I .kn ill in irum. ibed things -ociety with- a soke to her gently, considerately, as te 'n wo inve"n'c
s,,' .1a Beshadlod by the solemn nigh-.t! 1is -,iu.fruntjed hole. B' t > :iu Ton'r- Bh.
k. -a -. \ 1ea story weli nightold antee 1. The little place was lively -ou," as f fa iled f, 'tw-"ow capital S and the infinite trifles that the~hysician had bade.him, but .i 5 to to their feet and lie nd(i
S. . ms y e. y when i am old)- that night, fo the^Orang. and the ke up fod here an up rm and miauers In tml iotiigad not she-herself ed it? He paused a ot fien
i ,v ]r>.,-np n --irena-lmhe unoTu y acknowledged thaia t all the amineiett p love In the one roe tar' ovriu hi m
oldthereezyeart "reeu" clashed, but nobody inte- s md on th word. lie was out of plae. man's naturewent meiaan near her, d
".i am old the breezy earth e But Tom (lid not n,)tl,_,.'e the hu ri
S. for me itsvoeof h; feared. There were no punishment "Yes, my wfe s ith he said As for Greta Westn-well, the the hum te bluerbbn nd omeer
' ,,- sireams will-have tn undertone and -no 'ed-ess for injuries. Only cheerily. "But? how lid you know thai young creature whom Gd permitted r whrbl'ch the eaeeldon'a pillow were at least-fy on t
O,-- f s ss not by 'ig'iht their own; where thre -are r4es do violators t was married? "h, guess,,." as the him toad wife hwas' never a bng fl eWi ''ldth. ved
-other nodded. "You bust know, too, re
-:.. :.' ::.... ,t,- 'And spring's sweet power in vain unfold dream of damages.-~Oatrmbus, (G a!) then, that I am nowa w-oo..brlty." with S4e was rather a'pretty 'g11 and cul- daily. ILife fbr'*he first time since his "Fifty-two," le said.
-. 1 / O 42. Its rosy charms-when I am oed. Ledger mock serlousnc-s. "Nt You hadn't tired, but to him she was fairer than marrag atdwith dear friends, I had o
S Whcn I a d i shall riot care guessed that? Well, at least you were lies, sweeter thn rooe a meaning for J ,d existed so nywidows in this
. G 7 \\hc-Il < ip shal .....l riot care -....,.--..-.. ........." aware that I had taken ui,-singin-, as clous than all-r ,e gems. Her lovely, after all! The ather directed his London Tit-Bits.
"'A Regular Communi-. To deck with flowers my faded hair; y prfssion. rr I t lce was theace of an houehold with the power and the u-
^ catiotns on the first 'Twill berno va;n desire of mine f be persuaded into earItg to South angel, and his love for her was a mute perb difference of a king, and the A
and th'.. Satulay n heoo. A-dolatry. In all his llfe, not even ou women folk were treated almost as c-l
iill '-h e-o...-. o htewhen I amgi an auow he kxro' a n, Te it fairs to be reckoned with, well dk'essed,
FRATEn r0" 1dch aida costly dress to shine; BtAMhsnAmersafor a serleies rs. eof ocert. saAn th.l aftlnos re outm nit hvs s 1on is'a Io
. f i..A/ Vlhsti l >. Bt'> 'r %'il w ch Ism lnouan iL when. sm o'lds, g|1so ehere I am," shrugging an -
ill^ V ii, charm me r-ua- iiou when I am olld. lder. '"But now y~ut mast tell mn.; .- a, .I.
/ W-. 0 lsthe r hne paid.y o--- th morgag w m n re osh sion iw hea

,e r Or els theirtoieC -eai'thlybclay Copyright, 1905, by E.' C. Parcells us all these yArs without a word?" no reason why the patrcian feelings of and his so's nurse in his son's landau w ha
',USINEL1DIRECTOB. Will have before me passed away- -The .sick man hesitated. What h herself and daughter should longer be From the smomentof herhlld's'bsrtmh ag.e '
A.-- The old church -bell -may aong'h aye "'" had done suddenly seemed to hih sma al Geptusea G oreta had felt a tenderness toward
SW. A.E.MMCOS, t olle Down'in the street a sudden bursting and foolish. But at twenty-one heroic: 'If may make a suggestion," she re- J- ranc trouble
EDeputy Circuit Court Clerk and Notary lle of bombs announced an "extra" and are sometimes strong. n their appeal :marked haughtily one morning at John-the tendrnes of a wife who $ome tob
Public for the State at Large; has Abovethe rest-when I am old. th sick man on the bed in the And he had,.l'to id his best. I breakfast, the morning following a din- has borne a man a son. Now she was --an doubtless
jurisdiction to admiiter atos, Wahe ne- r oo n e a'was all-'o~r now though. The trutl ner at which John's Ignorance of table beginning to feel other things. She
atlihb\.i- legalize ackuowledg- When I am old-I'dratherbend little hotel room started wearily and could donor harm now. looked up etiquette had marked him as an un- smiled as she remembered her irrita- Your doctor is the,
:i'.3ts, etc., anywhere in Florida. Thus sadly o'er each' bflit'* fr'iend opened lah1 eyes. 'A touch of "chuchu" into Tom's face speakable kind of skimmed milk tlon at his social deeliction, his 'old o-
veyaies;l attenrion given to land con- Than see them'lose the earnest truth had taken strength and vitality, and "Do you remember th? night after among the social cream, "when you time lack of etiquette which had seem- Do not dose yourS
forced, lax Vn qculitfid parties. Thlat marks the friendshipof our youth; an intense depression weighed like a my return from college," he began hase finished a course It Is customary ed'to Wer a hopeless stumbling block ', -advertised
iT .t the Rtuoy (tice, St. Audrews 'Twill be so sad to have them cold -stone on bOdy and soul. There could be owly-"how we sat-iny6uir room and to lay your knfte and fork on your in the way of mutual happinq"s. t
,ay. Or strange to me-when I. am OM. no news In this South American repub- talked? I had come home feeling that, plate side'by side." unow---even if he h hadn't' mst fthosefS Oi On 'r
R A T~ W lie that -interested him. The president at last I had accomplished something "So sorry. But you see I'm not much deficiencies, wich obviously be had- g sinon.
-TT IRA A. HUTCH rnotN, Wheu ot---o hh'c'w ifseemis had probably made a speech; the that I was nearing the goal 'on which used"- began John humbly. what were inftch small liMters compar- y need a coticentra
TTOB AT~AW, Verno'. Fla week y w d u y of dreafrms, ron e ngland e ha emy eyes had ber *'er-sce I could re- "Oh, we know," -obsftved "Mrs. Wes.- ed with the power to face the realIties
'Pm-nu iand careful atrente, livein To picturee in prophetie rhyme "weekly steamship from England had -member seeing uy'tbing. And then"- ton icily, "liat we'lldo what we can to of existence? And how big he was In to enrich yOur bloo
,to.,sali-,tt',-submitied to my care. had p. ^arrived.^ At the thought a sob suldged he paused again--:t at ht ou told; polish you, at least to save you from, all big things! ,
.... lh dim ar distant, shadwy time- up nto.rstrot. Efland, hiscoun- me of your love for Alice," he said being ridiculous." And thbn, with his One day he came to him, a dumb. th Sysem
S'MKNNE, distant that it seems 9er b -try,- uw far away and how dear! ouietly. "And In that moment I re- permission, she began to point out to pathetic question In each purple eye. .

.ttrney at Law, Even to say, "When I am old. '-Resting there, motionless, passive, nounced my dream. Oh, don't mind," him his remlssnesses of the night be- "What is It'" he asked generously. t P
-A H. BRAKE, F hen I am old-p-epicape'ere-+heti picture after picture began to flit he added hastily as the other startedY, fore. For mrIe, it appeared that he Her short upper lip trembled, and with- ,
A Hu BRAKE, Of shall be missed from haunts of men; through his brain--tie trim little coun- "It Is all ended long ago. I-Slfould not had 'ote wrong arm tethe lady out warning she burst Into tears.
otary Public for State at nge.e- Perhaps my dwelling will be found try hoses, cov d with vines and tell ere it not" yi manfully. "I ook n to dinner; he had "I-I want you to love me again," I
fice at Store, -corner of Loraine ave- Perhaps my dwelling will be found with tes w.;:r ,3 rooks cawed eter idave long gt ee-'et' that love b oeitod b n-neds when he should nod and she sobbed. C
iutre and' ineinnati st. All Notarial Beneath the green and quiet mound; nally -tiie:hWirrow, honeysuckle hedgeOd But, then, I felt that there was i take" P,' shake when he should; he "Love you? As the Woman who "
work solicited *and:given p)rompt at- iy name by stranger a~nds enrolled dhes. And Tonm-dear o!d Tomn Th, 'or inebut flight. And -so"---- d, r taken the right seat In te car- bears my name, as the mother of my -
tetin..... Among the dead-erel am 61d. mcnm face aoftenci. And Alice. H, "And you sacrifieed-yourselt c', : .i he hadn't risen when the ladlie son-why, I could searcely'Tlet but do IS USt SUtcha food'in
Di. W. G. MITCHELL,. imoved re'ztc fy ancr 'str f itnk t, eulc?'" cried Tom, deeply moved. "' 6 t the table. In fact, he bad been a that."
'Physician aud Druggist, Commerce St., Ere I am old?--that time is now. other- t"in "-c, G' fe in the i> Gilbert!" But Gilbert stretched out i In the china shop from beginning "No, no! she crted, as one wo really ill
east of Bayvie'v, offers -his pr6fes- For youth sits liffhtty on my brow; 'years s.ce h had wattil the whit -emonstrant, hand. l "Buffers. "I don't mean that way. I l .';te bhod
sional services to VeC(itizns of St. My limbs are firm and strong-and free. l,. i oif the ,cu-l' i'idi:; ;i. t.he di.' "Dear old boy," -.le sal! tenderly, *"OGive me a little time, dear," be said "'want you to lve me as you used too
i .msthatwill longthi rapture hod ti" t have -done -for you? You loved norlng her mother--"jut a little time- kiss .me-when you don't have to, you -
J. .1. KESTER, And now, ill and 'or h hay alon her"- and I'll promise you won't be ashamed know." ou arerun doWh or
'tfaheo-Vihic Physician aid Accou- my hcar-ere am o. in this room hi'cios Ayres. 't .wa "Yes," sald Tom tmusin'gly, "I loved of me." He stood precisely where he was, .
--dear. Office Pioneer Drug Store, Ere I aes old, oh let me give tire for his -medl-cine. The doctor mi her. But now-you are sure that you 1f during this scene the man ap- gauging the soblnng little, fllire for m -giv It a triai : it
W:V/ H. A.{liR, Mv li-fec'i'nlearning how to live! bldden him be particulr about'it, bu. have quite, quite -fr gotten"-with a peared undignified and weak it must long, long while t utter silence. First '. s tiil
J4 1stiv Ptuclic for the State of Flor- Roc1khi!l frowned. Wh,:t wrs the us sudden eAgerness. be remembered that he'Vas Idolatrous- he measured her severely, then ques-y
Ida at L'arge. Otlice at Parker, Fla. Then shall 1 meet with willing heart of getting well? hbe mui li Us'-ssy. No "Sure," returned the -other with loyal ly in love with his wife. But that very tioningly. Last of all, a sudden soft- possible nourishment
Couveyanucdig aind payment of taxas An eanrlyvsanyrons to depart boy ('are'; ii-t- a nobody to care lips. "I can meet her without a pang. Idolatry helped him In other ways, for ness stole over htmeandtidwept hiti off u
for non-reaidents, specialties. Or lirnd my lengthened days consoled, The t'ho 1-)ts of Enllgland came throng And-and anyway I am goin'gto die," love is a famous school mistress. He his feet. children and pale, nr
., t ,m.t By heav nly peace when I am old. l,.g h:ick, ti.,', -iiccs -, rem'u& Y s 're ik 1 iipn'd' that t be sppr ,Cl. Pk i,' ak pl.i 't. "Die!" she'ttW! 'om. "Diel Tot' In life, and he was quite confident that were wet, he crossed the room and WI [$send yo a
-money saved u. i' v been thmitkig HOW TO WORk. !y and mernclivy., leti mnrf drift o, much. We-will see what Mabel has to he could conquer these smaller ones. took&-'ha& rotpetlngly In his big arms.
'of a trio to Eng-ant1, I s Mother--But Mrs. Jane Lvle, a Suussli-tcer -6f the tide. W\Vh had be.-ome of Tom- say about that." Pathetically enough, however, his Jurt ienee eursefetched their small
yo to save thatr :a",- Sto o with hi lrve r-e eyes, hi "Mabel?" questioned Rockhill. . rapid daily improvement passed all u- son in, crowing with delight. Bur
Y ouni'' e Well,' g to ou- add iessi mt atlor icu voic. 1^ c; d:. not inemer "Why, yes, my wife." laughed Tom. noticed In the eyes of his young wife. I e n
'don. yI'll'be surest tnid a railynday adressiT rral Fla.. write er tie tinie w li- e and Tom ha, "Oh, of course, I forgot she was only a She grew prettier and -prettier, h"er 1 Clair a o,
t here.--Phi!:udelphia Press. I.rs.. 'radt, stave president: nlot lieen s,'arn 0onrl:ulonsl, robbi' child when you went away. She s cheeks more exquisitely pnk, her eyes men on the i
'1i thmick -ycu'u wiul.h like to know lie orirt~am, whipping the tpls to- Alice's little sister." brighter. But likewise she grew mor comments on things, "that there is al- i
The Uv hed F thi;k wke. To o a lely boy i "Alice's sister!" gasped Rockhill. and mbre caprcous and manifested ways room at the top for the man who.
He--Arctic explorers are th safest jit'hovI antm situated and what I do n with ,a scern old unt-, the corn Tom's*face altered suddenly. Increased annoyance t his presence. works."ed senator Bad
men In the world to trust yo trself to. for Snshiie. 1 live twenty-fonr panio shp of the oht'r lcd hal teeu- i "Wh'-you didn't tink--d you be- At rst Ihe woeredhelplssly. U ttl "Quite true,"r plhed Senator Badgeu, f 0
s-log ehe au a 10 r lii-t w-b woven b gaint th I Ieve that bad married Alice?" he de by little the scalesbegtn to fan r bputled me is how so many get to thea ea
lS the tme of Hgreatest danger.alwys I'tiles eSt 1f 'St. Andrew-, "t Ea-t dull woof of home life. Aiud the lgolde aUa d. "YOu (Ud?" e topped. "A] hIs eyes. without wornn.--" v..
1"^~~er 1W^11^ ooft.aS0' of BhomeIT life And the''"''** g"--By~f ofy 819h- 'IL -~o W

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o an Aui'.-'ican
ich he iret'eved
iLti tlhe' custom-
o; e iitoy's .gr1at
to' make use 0f
I its way intola
-urrected sone
had found blin
l'd to the same
hfiad *':;niliy
e' t ,im c.i!;or ca-
thor arnd paid a

h "Po lsn. ,.
(lopatra were
they made a
riety of poisons
on two or maote
er't'n whether
with much ap-
historinn de-
rsous lost tht.Ir-
he information
dlf;withli'a d:tg.
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1y "a -NIeruicu a

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n,{ and uiI the
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St .th11 ii'actlei.
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to hs ,%'7
te:r huslrin.l ,n\
Sthe nin-litor'g,
that th; -lint
"I am.so an3u-
11 '7s Ali1t 'all!
**t"dcO ; -' ,) ri'iSe
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t aid walta.,
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the floor. The
carefully. 'Then
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lea there were


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cannot hurt
ly ,the. best
for delicate'
raemic girls.
saAple free.

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Street, New York
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C.~ .

The mnotor-schr. Cleopatra sailed
for Penaacola Friday afternoon with
01 way Ware in charge.
. The ear. Tarton arrived from the
south on time, Friday. At 2:00 p. n,
yesterday shie arrived from Mobile
and Pens.acolasI

capacity 13 tbon-lse prepared to deliver
Lumnier at any soint on St. Andrews
Bay at One Dollar and Fi ty Cents per
thbouarnd feet. Patrrnage solieited. Ad-
dr, s L. C. DAVIS, Allanton, Fla.


W. F. WooDrr.s' PaROPRITOa
Fitte4 in splendid condition to take ex-
fo0rsions or rcasengers to any point on.
the Bay or Gulf. Giod cabin protection
in the event of had weather. Terms reas-
enable. Also.
B A H G E r, i1M A ;
Capacity l1t,01O fett of Lunmbier will Ferry
between Farmdale and A llnton., on Ea,'t
Hay and will deliver freight of every de.
cription, including live stack to amn
Sait on St. Andrews Bay. For particu-.
: r,. address W. F. WooDron, Farmn-
Sdale. Fla.

Makes regular trits between St. An
drewn Bay and Pensacola. Good passen-
ger accommodations andi peeial atten-
tiou paid to handling and carrying freight
at reasonable rate. For particulars ad
dreas, L. M. WAts, Agent,
St. Andrew, Fla.

quipIed With Two Gasolle Egines,
l.ea'es kit. Andrtws Bay every Monda
Ia ved, I Pensacilt .every Thursda)
^*waifher. peeniiftiiag). Special attet
tipunwill he giren In receiving an'
forwardi,,g freight for nartieselivinktg
.ait and North ainy, passengerss fo
points nr either armi of thie Bay cal
depend upon tsecuring prompt tranit
portatinn at reasona;lle rate Pas.
rengernee'oomn>u d stisnp good. Expres
and Railruad rchig.bt. specialties. For
*arth*t' illniul minu istis apply to
L. M. W'af. Gen. .Manager.
A.R AU 'A.
Vlrjres tiie KNat Bay MAitl between St
AndrvwP BHay, Wetappo and intermnedi
ate points. Leaves St. Andrews daily
except Sulnday) at 6:oaita. m.; arrive a
Wetappo at t:3(0 p. ut.; leave Wetapp
at .00 p. nt.: arrives at St. Andrews a
7:30 p..m. Makes landIngs regularly a
Harrison, Cromanton, 1'arker. Pitts
..lurg. and F'arnidale. Freight landed as
ally poatultice wharf. Far passenger ani
freight rates, see rate card in the se"
enal posltolices.
F. A. WITTis1..l. Mauatfer.

A Week's wIeatto'r.
fle following table gives the usaiXi-
snum, mlinimluml and mean tempera-
ture, tiheaintfa.ll and direction of the
wiud, for the twenty-four hours ending
at 7 o'clock p in.. asi indicated by U1. S.
ziovermnent. self-registering thermom.-
eters. Max:.Min. lMein.it'i. W'd
Dec...13 60 40 50 .40 ne
". 14 6(4 50 57 .92
15 63 50 56 .00 w
** It, 60 44 53 .00 w
'" 17 57 42 49 .00 w
18 55 33 44 .00 D
19 55 40 47 .00_ e
For week.. 59 1 44 I 52 | 1.32'

A Union Sunda. School will be con-
ducted every Sunday morning at 10-
o'clock in the M. E, church.
Prayer meeting every Thursdav eve-
ning at 8 o'clock in ;he M. E. church.
Everybody is cordially invited to all
of theie Serviceb.
In Mad Chase.
.Millions rush in mad chase after
health, from one extreme of laddism to
another, when, if they would only eat,
gond food and keep their bowels regu-
lar with Dr. King's New Life Pills
their troubles would all pass away.
Piompt relief and quick cure for liver
and stomach trouble. 25c. at A. H.
Brake's score; guaranteed.
Vaan BR e*m .wtmT.
One day the merits of Van Burei
were being discussed by a party o:.
poItielAna on a Hudson river steam
boat. One of the party had been dwell
hag on his noncommittaliam, and conw
platnug that a plain answer to a p!ni.
qgtteob was never elicited from him.
"*fl wager dinners for the con.
pany," added be, "that If one of u,
shall go down to the cabin and ase
Van Bure the alsimplest- question tha
can be thought of he will evade a di
reet answer. Yes, and ril give yot
leave, too, to tell Van Buren why yot
ask the question, and that there is i
et dpendlng on the reply."
Thid seemed fair enough. One *o
the party was deputed to go down sai
tty the experiment.
Re found Van Bures, whom he kne
wWllI to th saloon and said:
"V. Van Buren, some gMtlemen or
th upper deck have been accusing yot
of aeM ommittafltmA and have jut lai
A waSer that you would not give a
plt answer to the almplest question.
sad they deputed me to test the fact
ew., sIr, show me to ask you, 'Wbert
des the an rtier "
Mr. Van Buren's brow contracted
be besitated a moment, then said:
"tle terms east and west are con
vItiWonaL but"--
"That'll do," taterrupte the Inter
atear. "We have last the betr'


-Blank Warranty Deeds, short lorm,
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 Live
Tablets. For sale by Ware Bros. &
Co., St. Andrew and Bayhead and all
medicine dealers.
.-C. M. Casey has closed a contract
with Capt. C. S. Anderson, of Ander-
son, to build for him a fine forty-foot
sailboat and to have it* completed and
launched about the middle of March,
--You never have aud may never again
have an opportunity to get so tine 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 lik Tablets,Price, per
box 10 ets. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten ounces splen-
did ink. Economical permanent; abso-
lutely Jndelliblo, covenient, non-corro-
sive. At the Buov office.
-The B., C, & St. Railroad has a
commodious new freight depot com-
pleted at Chipley and ready for the re-
ception and storage of freight, and the
work of the construction of the road is
reported to continue to be progressing
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
either St. Andrews Bluff, or Buena Vista
rPoint, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
. St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
' letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the
BUOY othce
-Rov, J. M. Conway-has moved with
his family into the Ecker house, corner
of Loraine ave. and Lake st., recently
r purchased by him, anu which he has
- repaired and refitted until it is now one
" of the most desirable residence proper-
t ties in town.
-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 tire. For particulars,
call at the store o. address W. H. Par-
ker, Parker, Fla.
-The Hidiesof the M. E church have
arranged to unload a Christmas tree in
v the M.' E. church on Saturday .night,
Y which is to be an entirely undenomina-
d tional affair. They will endeavor to
I* secure the name of every child in town
r and remember each and every one of
. them with a nice present.
The Golden Rod Circle of the Sun-
shine Society held an interesting seb-
sion Tuesday afternoon at which con-
siderable routine business was transact-
ed. It was decided to donate five dollars
from their scanty treasury to, as-it tho
ladie'rofthe M. E. church in bringing
saushine to the hearts of the little

ones, who will expect Santa Claus to
remember them for Christmas.
-The property lists of Buoy patrons
who are depending upon it to attend to
the payment of their taxes, are now in
the hands ,of the tax collectors of
Washington and Calhoun counties and
as soon as their statements are received
each of the owners will be notified of
the several amounts due from them for
the tax of 1905, and proupt attention to
the same will insure the earliest possi-
ble settlement.
-Don't worry about what to get for
Christmas presents, but call and see my
assortment, From inexpensive little
mementos to richer and more expen-
sive presents, my stock 'is more com-
plete ,than ever before. Call in, and
you are certain to see something that is
just the right article for the person you
wish to remember. All goods at the
lowest possible prices. A. H. BRAKE,
St Andrew, Fla.
-Everyone who builds a naptha
launch appears to be determined to
outdo every boat previously built on
the Bay. The latest mover in this di-
rection is C. E. BracKin. the West End
merchant, who lias placed with Chas.
G. Armstrong' an order foi a craft up >n
which he is now -at work, which is to
be far and away ahead of any boat yet
launched in these waters, and everyone
knows that M'r. Armstrong has the re-
quisite skilt not to disappoint his patron.
-At 5 o'clock p. m. of Wednesday,
Dec. 14, at the. home of the bride's na-
rents in Millville occurred the wedding
of Mr. James M. Barrow and Miss Mel-
vina Bovis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Bovis, Rey, J.. Conway offici-
ating. The wedding was a quiet affair,
jnly relatives and a Very few intimate
friends being in attendance. Shortly
after the ceremony, the newly wedded
pair took passage on the Tarpon via.
Carrabelle, eu route for Atlanta, Ga.,
from whence they will return and make
their home in Millville.
The following Is given In brief as the
theory most generally entertained by
scientists, with a few exceptions, con-
cernlng tides: It is assumed that the
moon, acting alone, would not only
raise a wave on the side of the earth
nearest to It by gravitation, but would
ideo draw the earth Itself far enough
)ut of Its course to leave behind some
,f the water on the farther side, which
.vater would then be raised relatively to
the earth's surface and constitute the
second tidal wave. The sun alone
would act similarly, although its tide
raising effect is only about two-fifths
that of the moon. Now, at new moon
he sun and moon "pull together" and
rlve higher tides than at the first and
bird quarters, when the sun draws Its
eightt angles to the line of the moon's
attraction, and at full moon, when the
uu ais on the opposite side of the earth
rom the moon, virtually the same ef-
'ect Is observed as at new moon, but
he double tide raising action of the
;un would again be superimposed on
bat of the moon and give tides on op-
,osite sides as high as those a fortnight
before. -


A.t the regular stated cunAuILiiiica-
tion of Parker Lodge, No. 142; F. &
A. M., held Saturday afternoon, Dec
16, the following -officers were duly
elected for the ensuing year:
W. M., W. II. Parker.
S. W,, Chas. W. Forbes.
J. W., J. W. Brown.
Set.., W. A. Emmuoins.
Treas., F. M. Boutelle.
S. D., Ray E. Palmer.
J. D,, V. B. Spiva.
Tyler, K. N. Fox.

Grip Quickly Knockedi Out.
"Smine weeks ago during the severe
i inter weather both nmy wife and myself
contracted severe colds whioh speedily
developed into the worst kind of ln grippe
with all its miserable symptoms," 'says
Mr. J. Egleston of Maple Landing, lewa.
"Knees and joints aching, muscles sores
head stopped up, eyes and nose runniingt
with ternateae spells of chill* and fever.
We began uiing Chomerlain's Cough
Remedy, aiding the same with Chamber-
lin's Stoimach and Liver Tablets, and by
its use soon completely kuocked out the
grin." .Th -se T'ablets promote a healthy
action of the bowels, liver and kidneys
which is always beneficial when the sys-
tI n is congested by a :cold or attack of
the grip. For sale by Ware Bros, & Co.,
St. Andrew and BI.yhead and all wnedi-
cine dealers.
Not Worth Ii Salt.
"When we say a man is not worth
his salt," said a philologist, "we use
an interesting and classic form of
speech. We go all the way back, In
fact, to the time of the ancient Ro-
"The Roman workers in the salt
mines were paid in salt. The salt that
they got In return for their labor was
called their salarium (sal-salt) or salt
'"The word salarium, meaning salt
money or allowance for salt, later on
was applied to the fees or tips men got
for odd jobs. 'For patching my toga,'
the noble said, 'I will give that fellow
a slight salarium-a bit of money to
bu3 salt with.'
"Finally, 'salarlum' came to mean
wages, salary, what it does today. A
salary Is essentially salt money, and
when we say a man is not worth his
salt we mean he Is not worth paying
wages to."-St. Louls Globe-Democrat.
Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
How To rind Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set-
tling Indicates an
unhealthy condi-
tion of the kid-
neys; if it stains
your linen it Is
evidence of kid-
I.ney trouble; too
/ ^ frequent desire to
pass it or pain in
"''" "" the back is also
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad-
der are out of order.
What to Do.
There is comfort In the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
Root, the .great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of the urinary passage. It corrects inability
to hold water and scalding pain in passing
it, or bad effects following use of liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go ofter
during the day, and to get up many time
during the night. The mild and the extra-
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soor
realized. It stands the highest for its won-
derful cures of the most distressing cases,
you need a medicine you should have the
L,. Sold by druggists in50c.and$l. sizes
You may have a sample bottle of thi:
wonderful:! discovery f i
and a book that tells .
more about it, both sent
absolutely free bymail,
address Dr. Kilmer & nome of Swamp-Root.
Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men-
tion reading this generous effer in this paper,
Dou't make any mistake, but remem
ber the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil
mer's Swamp-Root, and the address
Binge-hamnton, N. Y., on every bottle
Rough on the llishop.
Bishop Blomfield discovered one day
as he entered the pulpit that he had
forgotten the manuscript of his ser-

mon. It was impossible to do as the
Scottish minister did in similar cir-
umistances, send for the sermon from
''is home while the congregation sung
i'salmu 119. No, he must preach ex-
tempore, and did so, taking for his
'heme the existence of God. Very well
;atisfied lie felt with his effort. As lb(
valked home he overtook one of his
congregation, whose opinion of the ser-
mon he Invited. "Well, it were a very
good sermon." was don't agree wi' It I I J ere Is a

Torture of a Proat Aer.
The story of the torture of -Rev. O.
D. Moore, pastor of the Baptist foureh,
of Haroersville, N. Y., will interest
you. He s",38. "I suffered agontes be-
cause of a persistent cough, rest ng
from the grip. I had to sleep sitting up
in bed I tried many remedies without
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 ire for diseased condition of the throat
and lungs At A. H. Brake's. Price,
50c -and $1; guaranteed. Trial bottle


freely and frankly, telling us all your
troubles. We will send Free Advice (in
plain, sealed envelope). Address: La-
dies' Advisory Dept.,The Chattanooga
Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.

Boiled Alive.
In English statutes of the sixteenth
century the punishment set down for
the crime of murdering by poison was
boiling alive, and a girl was actually
executed in that ghastly fashion. In
1538 Father Stone of Canterbury suf-
fered the same death. A curious ac-
count is in existence which gives the
amount paid "for two men who set the
kettle and parboiled him" and "to the
women that scoured the kettle." The
sentence was not always carried out
with so much ferocity, for culprits were
sometimes hanged before being boiled.
In one case it is recorded that a man
was first hanged, then boiled and then

A Feaeful F-te.
It is a fearful fate to have to endure
the terrible torture of piles. "I can
truthfffly say," writes Harry Colson of
Masonville, Ia., "that for blind, bleed-
ing and itching piles, Bucklen'slArnica
Salve Is the best cure made." Also best
for cuts, burns and injuries. 25c. at A.
8H. Brake's -tore





-, I

I suffered," writes Virginia Robson,
of Easton, Md., "until I took Cardul,
which cured me so quickly it surprised
my doctor, who didn't know I was
taking it."

We Never Disappoint Our Patients.
We Fulfill Every Promise and Never Hold Out False opens.
tW a1g|Dg Stricture without the knife or bougle and Varicocele bwthoat
WE UCUREpain or detention from business; Contagious Blood Poison
cured never to return, without mercury or mineral mixture; Loss of Manly
Vigor Positively cured; no stimulant but permanent.
iThe Dr. King Medical Co. Is an institution organized under the
laws of the tate of Georgia for the treatment and cure of all
neryonsand chronic diseases. Dr. N. K. King, the founder of
this Institution, is the chief consulting specialist, being assisted
by a staff of eminent physicians and surgeons.
Our success in the treatment of chronic diseases is uunsu"pas
Bed; we use both medical and electrical agencies.
Our offices are equipped with ail the galvanic, faradie batter-
i lea. X-ray. violet ray, and Finsen ray; in fact, every electrical
contrivance known to the medical profession. Our sanitarium is
modern in every respect, and we employ none but the best
trained and efficient attendants, regularly qualified graduates
and licensed physicians being in charge.
We employ no misleading means to secure patients and
S patronage--no 0. D-'s or unasked for literature are.sent out
*iisl 'bythis fnstution. Our terms for treatment average from $6.00
to $10.00 per month. (medicines included) and we give the assur-
anceof a cure within a specified time.
S such as Kidney and Bladder troubles, Rheumatism,
LOR t(l Iit Rupture Hydrocede, Drains, Losses, etc., and all Private
V^ 11TtlIILlDh Discw as, tumors and maliNnant troubles, Catarrh of the
_""' Nose, Throat, Read and Lungs. Diseases of Fye and Bar,
N. "ri lb,. M. D. Chronic Diseases of Women, such as Displacements,.
CHIEF CONsuLTINs PHYSaInsA. Unnatural Discharges, and such weaknesses of women.
S us to-day regarding your condition If you are sick or afflicted. On request we
W rite send you our literature, including symptom blanks for home treatment.
R. KING MEDICAL Ni. 7 Iariet t, s C A.,tlantaaer
H e KING MEDIC ALOR1GO, vtm ndPecte, Atlanta, Oa ,

aa~ r~n~lerr~u~u-- -iusm-kaps~~uu ~ ~I1E

Prof. Howard of the Missouri State Agricultural College says: "I ad-
vise American farmers to cultivate Ginseng. Big profits are realized. It
is a hardy plant and is easily grown." A bulletin issued by the Pennsyl-
vania State College in part says: "The supply of native Ginseng root is
rapidly diminishing, and the police per pound is correspondingly increasing.
while the constant demand for the drug in China stands as a guarantee of a
a steady market for Ginseng iin the future." Consul Geneial Rub!ee of
Hong Kong says in the U. S. Consular Reports: "'[he sale of Ginseng root
grown in America is veiy large here and the demand is so great that much
movie could be disposed of advantageously. The root is as indispensable to
the tour hundred million Chinese as is their rice."
Ginseng is a staple on the market the same as corn, wheat and cot-
ton. The present market police varies from $6.00 to $8 50 per pound,
while the cost of producing is less than $1.50. It is easy to grow and re-
quires vety little ground. An acie of mafuiei Gin'-eng is woith $40,000.
There is room in one's garden to grow sve.al huitied dollars ,. ,oith each
year. The plant thrives throat ghout tile Ulniletid States ;iatid Canada ini any
soil or climate that will giow garden vegetables. WeV sell roois anid .eeds
for planting purposes and catn show yonu Ihow to make moneYv growinir G in-
seng There are two planting seasons, spring and fall With each order
we give you full instructions how to plant aln c-nre for tlhe garnnin. Yoti
can gct a good start in the business for a si all ontlay and soon have a nice
income. Send a two cent stamp today for literature telling all about this
wonderful industry.

An Antiphony" of Love.
A poet has said that "as for Brown-
Ing's love for his wife nothing more
tender and chivalrous has ever been
told of ideal lovers In an ideal romance.
It is so beautiful a story that one often
perfers It to the sweetest or loftiest
poem that came from the lips of el-
ther." True, yet the lives of the two
as poets make the story what it is.
Their lives, Indeed, were poems, as Mil-
ton said poets' lives should be, and their
poetry was their life, as Mrs. Brown-
ing said should also be true of poets.
The world could spare neither the lives
nor the poems, and especially would It
be poor without those poems In which
each sang of the other. Take these to-
gether, was there ever, in all the treas-
ury of the world's literature, so an-
gelical an antiphony of love anthemed
by the two radiant and immortal lovers
themselves?--Richard Watson Gilder
in Century.

Never let a man Imagine that he can
pursue a good end by evil means. Tho
' vil effect on himself is certain. -
'' + i-'

uesday, 8:30 p. m. Pensacoa,.
Veduesday, 4:00 p. m, St. Androw, Wednesday, 8:00
Wednesday, 2:30 p. m. Millville, Wednesday,110:00a
thursday, 9:00 a. m. Apalachicola, Thursday, 6:00 a.
Carrabelie, Thursday, 12:00 no
monday, 6:00 p. m. Mobile, Monday, 600 a. m.
thursday, 3:00 p. m. Carrabelle.
riday, 11:30 a. m. St. Andrew. Friday, 2:00 a.
riday. 10:00 a. m. Millville, Friday, 4:00 a.
Pensacola. Friday, 11:3' p.
I--:> 'L4. 8 S3 -Ts.
Pensacola to St Andrew and Millville. $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabell-, $7.50.
St. Andrew and Millville to Apalachicola, $5.00.
Pensacola to Mobile, $2.50.
Th. -.+ .- .. --- '-I - -

a, in
a, mu


tuc tuuae vae r s Include meals and berths, W. G. BARROW.


General Merchandise!


Cooking and Heating Stoves!

Sewing Machines and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Etc.

Burial Caskets, Robes, Suits. Etc.


The Trains Post!

(Successor to B1 V. Brock.

Headquarters for

Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Ready Made Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Notions
and Hardware,

We Pay the Freight on all Goods e cepf Flour, Meaf
and Feed to any Postoffice on the Bay.





Dry GoodS, Staple and Fancy Groceries

Notions, Provisions and Feed Stuffs.

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

a strictly Cash or Ready Pay


This is in 1113 i Patronuis' Interest, as u ell tan iny o-wn,
Convjiiiae Yotirwtlf of this Truth.

Call anrd


[)EAiiAiS IN i Cannot

8 ) ~ R G O D) S THRIVE

Ship Chandlery - Hardware

Notions, Paints and Oils, Nets and Twines, Salt,
Clothing, Gents' and Ladies' Furnishings.

Trunks and Valises.


steol & Wire Go,
Made In Iron.

All Goods uIVEN To
EXCEPT Mail Orders!
Salt, Gfrain ai FMad-Ores
Any Postoffice Gladly Sent

-p7E1 \TSia on the Bai! Application
Wind Mill Company -9 1 o-':"- 0 -u

Breech-Loading We AreM
Wo01sy'si THE:
B t Pit i -i SHOE ME
Bost CO Paint. Only $5.50 !




8 For five of these coupons and sixty cents seat or brought to the Buoy
office we will furnish you a beautiful finis ed 14-kt. Solit Gold Fount-
. _ta Pe11, that costs at retail $1.50. The pen is complete with box and
ller and is fully warranted by the manufacturers and can be returned to
them if unsatisfactory in anys psartcular.


of a woman's life, is the name often given to the "change of life."
Your menses come at long intervals, and grow scantier until they
stop. Some women stop suddenly. The entire change lasts three
or four years, and it is the cause of much pain and discomfort,
which can, however, be cured, by taking



Woman's Relief

It quickly relieves the pain, nervousness, irritability, miserable-
ness, forgetfulness, fainting, dizziness, hot and cold flashes, weak-
ness, tired feeling, etc. Cardul will bring you safely through this
"dodging period," and build up your strength for the rest of your life.
At all druggists in $1.00 bottles. Try it.

I I ~I I --- - -- - I CI I. -_ C _^


I mmo I

Ig l~p II I


Pensacola St. Andrew & Gulf


1. ,,- ,_. -. - SCHEDULE,




ThursdaT. Dec. 21, 1905.


itgtr, P lb Tea, t,
Graiiil.tted .... .64/ He No .. .... 5
Cottee.A . 5 Gu.>pOwder.. 40
Lt brown . UncoU'd Jap.40-60
Dowelee, Cond milk, -f can
Grev-n. l.- 20 .Unsweetu'a.10
Arblut.c ke,I 1-I 5 Sweetened..... 10
linger snaps 31625 llBking powder
3rackura, AudL 10 Royal...... .. 50
lobasceo, plug ".-10.61 Ca'nipl fll ...... 10
laisiits Canned fruit
iui.,iiiln.ayers.8-15 Peaches ... 10I20
Valencia. ..... 8 TromaLo0 ..... Sii2
tic< ....... 64 Apples........ 10
apples lit re ......... 15
lVa.ul1ated .. 1A Plums......... I10)
Dried l'eaches 8 Apr;ut ....(. 1 -'0
Joal Oil prgal .... 0 Si'. tl'-.ilr -ie 2
iaso .ie -. l .. piti 1:,l, 1 .lo0-2 k
florida Syrup. m 0 luanned Meats
money .......... I5 Roast Beef... 2a
inegar ........ 30 Corned Beef. 192
oneesm. pr b.... 18 Chipped BeefO1-2
3utter .. 25-35 Lobster..... l-1/
Oleoitlargerile. iS Salmon.. 10@15.
iard ........ 7-10 .auied Vegetables
ear ....... ... 5 laked Beans... 1V
oeoalut pkg... 10 Corn ....... 10@15
Jelly, glaso 10ai't Peas .......... 10
bine Juice ...... 45 Pumpkin ..... I
Eggs per doz... 20
flour Pork
ltar of Sth 2.3 1). S. pr lb ...... I
Ob, -k ...... .25 Bacon Sides.... 12
Corn Meal pr bu'l0-6t Fresh ....... i8;1o
Oat Keal pr It .. 5 Br'kf'st Bac'n 16-22
aoru pe hu ..75a0c Hami canv's'd I 5-2fi
potatoes Shoulders..... 11
Irish....... 1 40 Beef
egaly L'se seed 1.60 Corned ...... 8
Sweet.... 00@75 Freshl ........ S8i.
4tlt, pr .ack.. .00 Dried .......... 2
Table ........ 5 Milk pr qt ...... 10
tails, ver lb4 'a5j Ax,with handle. 75
Galv wire do.ba6i Hoes, each.. .35a50
Manilla rope... .9il2' upper paint, cal 50
itoves cook,. .1a-25 LiMseed oil,gal55)60
Pipe, per joint 18
prints, per yd.. 5a8 Checks ....... 5a5
"Iileeliugi .... 5ia9 Flannel...... 15a40
Sl liii....... all Thread per spool. 5
ea"s ....... la-.45 1hIes, ladies.$ila 75
e,;itra p .ts8 pat 245 M-. '; '$1l 4 30 ()
., r i ,- E L ,A I i 'C' .

Mans .. .. H.. ..... .. ..... 3 ..

itu ht eI ,'to00 1p.5r tlpk n l' pr iqt .. 20c
11 \ 1": S I iChK.
tiree.e ,.. $ iiI I C ows.......* 5nu$25
M ales.. . 51il.' l Hogs ...... tu $
tixen. pr yoke $ 5 Sheep........... "2
C .,ickveluiea'li 40;50 Geese each, 45a50
Turk 'ya ... 75Sal.00 Ducks. ..... 2.>540
F I -I llI.
r .esh S"ait
bullett piv di 95e WMullet pr 1,. 5.50
TlI o u l .. ..... I ,5I.iii T Ij i t .... .. 5 .5 t0
Flompailo fir lb.. 6i Pompano .... 1W.00
8tnrgeou . ..10 Mackerel .0
Flooring, Ceiling.
H ea t, I I ...14.YUI HI earth, W 1....$14.00
race .. 12.00 Face ..1. 12.00
Ap .. 10,001 Sap .. 10,00
Drop sidiig, Clttpl'Oiirds,
Ueart la e il 14.00 J.x6litn.. t ...$12.0"
ktto 1, 10.00 Finishing liUi-
iA,,i lunibe.e .C-( 12 her, d.. .$ 12(it ,a)0
learl shis gl 2. [,{I Ilth l V 1 ... 2.0101
I .6 o 1 .50 hli tI it l Uill er,
d ied ...$20

How's 'Thiiit Y
We offer One lHuludced ,-llars Bieward
(or any case of Caitarrlh that caniI lie
citred fly Hall's Catatrrh Cure,
F. J. 01i EN EY & CO., I'ro s.1 Tolcdu,O.
We the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
aim perfectly honorable hu all businerS
transactions and finLncially able to carr3
out any obligations made by their firm.
West &Traux, Wholesale D uggiiits.
Toledo, O.
Walding, Kinuan & Marvin"
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh COure is tlaken internally
acting directly upon the blood aid nmu
eous surfaces of ih.l system. Prices 75c
per bottle, 8old by all druggists,
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa

Thoe Onitty AMit.
Ants ihavte lo set time for brushing
.p, but certain conditions pilnLy incite
thereto, ,s whia they feel particu.

larly comfortable* as after eating ot
afterr awakening from or before going
to sleep. The loeen sense of discorn
tort aroused by the presence of dirt
incites to cleansing. Often one rma
see an ant suddenly pause In the midst
tf the duties of feld or formicary aflt
begin to cMab herself. Here Is a mouaS
tain mound maker driven by the pas
lion of west building to the untmos
fervor of activity. Suddenly she drop
out of the gang *f yellow workers attd
anmonting a nearby clod, poses upon he
hind legs and plies teeth, tognue ar
eombl For a few moments the aim o
being is centered upon that act. Around(
ber coign of vantage .sweeps to and ft
the bustling host of builders with al
their energies bent upon receastruc
Ing their ruined city. She 4cmbs 0o
unconcernedly. From top of head t
S' L.

The "Kinir's Enuglitlh."
The folkl-.-ing appeared as a Londo
coster tailor's advertisement:
"A slap-up togs and kicksles build
with upper Benjamins snipped on
downy plan, with moleskins of hank:
pnnki design, with a double fakemre
down the sides and artful buttons i
bottom, with kicksieE cut peg top, ha
tight or to drop Joose over the trotter
.ith fancy vests made to flash tli
dickey or to fit tight round the scrag.'
.t -. -

Special Reourt to the Buo1y.
People on this side ioi the Bay ap-
a pe 1, lie in the flulnh of health, not-
wi Ii taiding the could wave.
The str. J. P. Williams lore T. J
IB.N ugher's wharf in twain Saturday
nmorninig while in the act of departing
theretroni, leaving Mr. M. isolated
(ri'ow his dwelling and the raging
deep, blue sea ilitervening.
Mr. 11,Ige a'td family are now
snugly at lioirne in tke Mrs. White
cottage here, and Mr. Ii. is making
things lively along the fidleis and

J. P. Smith 1 getting his house
above F-o'al Bayou, pretty well along.
Henry M. SSpreer is giving Lis
launch a rest, while installing a mole
powe ifnl enliginle.
The launch, Mabel will soon be in
comiuissioni with Capt. Frank Stude-
baker as c,:mniiian le.'.
F'h1 prospect is quite bright for a
fii-t class niechanicil shop on tiii,
-ide of the Bay for bout building and
all kinds of wood and sheet-iuon
work, with boat-ways in coniuectiou.
Otr mieriianits are stocking up fou
thle winter trade.
The school he,'e is. piog.essiog

A Ceirtaiin iCie for Croup.
When a chiild shows symptonis of
croup there its no time to experiment
with ew remedies, no matter how highly
tiley inay lie cornomniended. There is ot;8
|!r pa'ratitin tat chani always lbe depended
upon. Ii hlas beei in use for mani earss
and husi never iieen known to fii, viz :
Chl:imlierlain's Cough Remedy. MrI. M.
J'. Couipton of arket, 'Texas, says of it,
''I lihave used Chamleerlain's Cough l ein-
edy in severe cases of ,roul) with irn ch'-
aroei aiid can trlutlhfilly say it always
gives prompt 'clief." FoPur sale by Ware
Bros. & Co., -t. Andrew and Bavheai
and all medicine dealers.
The Rift In the Lute.
There was never a time when Mrs.
A.ustin d'd not attempt to put the best
foot forward not only for herself, but
*or all her t"iondls.
"How's M:ry :ih-ii L',.tthl on?" ask-
.', one of the nc;;!ghor- when Mrs. Aus-
S':-i froni a visit to the house
.. r re.-(id ut of r1, u-jy.
.d a keen g 'ze on iMrh. Austin.
.. of Mary Ellen's domestic
s liad reached Bushby some
I:01 l 're.
'"Whiy, she's got everyhli;n: fixed up
real nice," said iIMrs. Austin slowly.
"'She has a -- I hirou-e and yard and a
.arden and a InI:t excellent -cow and
oniome o' tl 1,kelies.t hens and a couple
S'i pige iani --
"Is it true thit :,er tnsbhiad has reg'
tr tem:',pr t;.n-rrn"ts very little while?"
xr,.1isced the n ',hl;or, whi-) had small
atieiice with .Mri. Austin's point of
I,'el, woi l, d" t:;d, Mrs. Anztn, wit!"
mte (die:sc!i)-o3.p'e, "I d1)n't see anly
"('J .of (iw'i;h: on that. When folk-
;a -ie a oi fe'l of live sto-k some o'
:-( (-*;T..r-s is liable to be ailing now


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

Pleasant, Palatable. P'-lInt, Taste Good, Do.
Oood,. Never Slkc. n, Weak-en or Gripe; 10, 25 and
S0 cents per box. Write for free sample, and book-
let on health. Address 433
Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.


Real Estate A ent,


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


Dealers In and Agents for the
Sale of

Real Estate.
Taxes Paid an4 Rents Collected
for Non-Re idents.
St. Andreiw. Fla.

i-.,' t h ._' i'x ':, ,l:,;;. > .'l for eana-
: "', ', i'- ..: i it arz in u -
.a, In: o 5es: only the L...-r
uigers are reared in that district. The
:';de was transferred to i.:i'h-r'-de.
the province of Hanover, where p ')
,nverov -t h"--c'- 4 -. ,

.e ; ; ';" ;.;r,' ; a yf;sr. ( i';;!
.' {.'.hi .':: r- ':t, v" i lh so a" ii,' ').
idI ly .il, while and
o., Ar'.. ,:i;ne Lae; i ie.
Si.,, pri;':-':la! d e'ia on have lar,',, fae
oi-vA whi-b S. 1 i "-' |s(. d. l /. i;h.' peasants
.:,ke thi3 a,';ay to their homes and
ti ra mlike nup the .. Attendant.
who each have (!,1r-:: of 1,000 birds in
separate cages, take canaries across
the Atlantic and on their return voy-
ago ,.';:,- back Mexican and Cuban
parrots for the European markets.
About -,, t.tlo canaries are bred ev-
ery ir in Germany, and their value,
inome 50,0t),, goes chiefly into the
rockets of the peasants.-London Tele-

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,
aw pleasant Lemon Laxative and
Tonic-a substitute for all Cathartic
and Liver Pills. Lemon Elixir posi-
tively cures all Biliousness, Consti-
pation, Indigestion or Dyspepsia,
Headache, Malaria, Kidney Disease,
Dizziness, Colds, Loss of Appetite,
Fevers, Chills, Blotches, Pimples,
all Impurities of the Blood, Pain in
the Chest or Back, and all other dis-
eases caused by a disordered liver
and kidneys, the first Great
Cause of all Fatal Diseases.
WOMEN. for all Female Irreg-.
ularities, will find Lemon Elixir
a pleasant and thoroughly reliable
remedy, without the least danger of
possible harm to them in any condi-
tion peculiar to themselves. 5oc
and $i.oo per bottle at
-=u ./

"One rDose


Best Not Alway'w "Bent.
It Is a mistake to have tle best. The
reasons are two-one is that directly
you have the best of anything you
have (cloed an avenue to enjoyment,
the c'vy'nt of waiting for a wish
;.Lo 1w retli:-,ad; the other is that one
l.,eorenies :o-y f t those persons whom
an;' sees sh= .,,.:h)-.i aloug wlLh the in.
*"rior .i.'-!>.- P.. V. LN'EcaW.

An Emergency Medicine.
For sprains, bruises, hurcs, su-alds and
similar injuries, there is nothing so good
a, Chamrlail's Pain Bllinm, It soothes
the wound and not onilv gives instant re-
lief from pain, iut causes the parts to
heal in about one-third the time required
1.1 t .. u1 -1 I.; l fir. :.ilin i S-.I t.1 %% \\ it
F r'. .1 C ,... r. A ,,, ., .i l.'. l h,. ad
,1 i : 1 1 .> ll, i.in c- ,t.i;., l i'

Mr. and Mi'rs. Urias Clapper de-
part on the Tarpon, this trip, ii
route for Titusville, Fla., wieho e will J.U lia for an idl' ti, t: It
of time. Their ioats oit ri.i1,,.. iieie
; wih for them the greatest ptiiibie
eijoyfi-ient during their absence.

F. Loveson-liower, ]I,.' proiuil ii.
i 1,; i puIlishc'd a \,i of rein
inis-ctes, In which he tells the storx
of Princess Lieveu: "-,'h.,, the prin
cess chii-rly suffered from was intense
boredom, which n .. .-.. 'I almost to a
disease. If nobody (;.i -1 >i..iih; the
afternoon, she would roll -, i:,., floor
from ennuiul. On one :-'i:,in, when on
her way from Egland, she got so
nuch alarmed at the l';-il ,.t- trav-
eling from Calais to Patris alone that
she offered a seat in her ': al.i,.' to a
respectable looking clergyman on board
the steamer, which he joyfully accept-
ed. When seated beside her, he talked
so incessantly as to drive her wild. She
could only relieve her feelings by put-
I ting her hea6 out of the wiud,.w and
screaming out to the winu, IIf m'ennuie
-11 li'eunuie!' (He fatigues me.)"
Tho Key that -C U --c door to
Long Living.
The men of 85 and 90 y'.-1- of .ug'e are
not the rotund, well fr.d. but thin, sr.are
men who iive on a slend,.r diet. B-v as
careful as lie will, however, a man past
:middle age, will occasionally oat too
imuchl, or of some article of food not suit-
ed to his constitution and will need a
dose of Chamberlain's Stomaoh and
Liver Tablets to cleanse and invigorate
his stomach and regulate his liver and
bwels. iWhen Ihis is done there is no
reason why the are:;g 'man should not
live toold age, Forsalelby Ware Bros. &
Co*, St. Andrew and B.iyhead and al!
inedicine deaclrs,

An Eni',i l.IJ:n;,Io tells a court
story. A counsel in the middle of his
cross examination was handed a tele
grain. "Hello," he said, as he read it,
"So-and-so has won the Derby." "M...r.
A.," said the jnu.1' severely, "it is very,
unseemly that in the course of solemn
judicial i.' .-.litn ', where a man's
liberty and reputation are at stake,
you should be talking of the winner of
a horse race. Er- by the way, does
the telegram say which were second
and third?"

IMilons F fighting.
",For seven years," writes G.W. Hoff-
man, of Harper, Wash., "I had a bitter
battle with chronic stomach ahd liver
trouble, but at last I won and cured my
diseases by the uso of Electric Bitters.
I uihl'-.-ilalu.-ly reonmid them to all
and don't intend in the future to be
without them in the house." They at e
cei'tainly a wonderful medicine, to have
cured such a bad case as mine." Sold
under a 'i, t' to di.t tilt" L tl f._"
you, by A. H. Brake, at .'U:. a lotlte.
Try them today.

~; A: ';-V> ;r,. I it heavily on
r. i ::. fe. 1 .i ". it n.1 Li to
;\t'F,. F'..;-Yt's, you blet.on the i .iih.
id hoil- ;tii yo iir i lloley. For iy 3 part,
T ("),'t .sco l hiNv ai, 1a1ll Ca rol) his fai' -
.3 of 4i1. lCe:-fs:L;t'ie5 of life and throw
ever .', thng away iin g.ilAl,18,.
l,'o gg-_I.it, my dear, I didn't lose. I
won (00).
Mrs. Fogg-T)aniel, you always. were
a lucky dog!-Boston Tran.-eript.

('Ylr, ..I i. l .c .., i',.s r.e helr.
"-7. _---_ Nre..r. Fy las to Rest 6re Gray
*".. = l-4 Hir to la Yi0ourtful Color.
; ,,, ,'a,, ^. n '.

Contracting BuilUer and Vworler in Woo0l.

Factory on Bay Front, near Washington Ave.,

Is Prepared to Build Houses, Launches, Boats. Etc.

Factory Equippad with Engine and Modern Machinery

Mouldings, Coffins, Stair -Building, Etc.

altly Furnimhed.

Estimates Ch erf
i~ *


Carries a F rll Lin.e of


Dry Goods,

M E RC11A N D I S14I




Headquarters for the Purchase and

Sale of Country

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the dandruff, saved your hair,
and added much to it. If
not entirely bald, now is your
opportunity. Improve it.
"I have used A elr'r! Ilr VIgor for over 40
years. I am now 91. r-i..-Ilq Iivea heavy
growth of rich r. ii t due, thin, en-
tirely to Ayer' liri Vi...r."
lreyt M. A. K irH, Belleville, 11.
jil l ,a I.Ttlp. J. C. AYEIt CO.,
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Good Hairl

As Je#u was Libolg ied ca;tiv .ftih
tho garden back of Jeru'tshieui one forn
followed the guard. It w va4- white in
the moonlight and looked like an aup
parition. When the g;ard noliced the
ih;..r'-- they .".oughl to Il.y ti:uils upoli
it, when the figure cast off the cloth
around its form and escaped. St. Masrik
is the only historian who mentions
this, and some writers think St. Mark
was the figure. Others thInk it was


Land Office at Gainesvilil, Fla. i
Dec. 18, 1905. )
Notice is hereby \,--ii, that the lul-
towing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup
port of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the clerk of the
circuit court at Vernon, Fla. oun Jan.
26. 1906, viz:
MATTIE L. BUCHANAN of 1.1I.,,.'Fla.
ld 32380 for she si of swi ot set of see.
2, tp 2s, r. 16wv.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cu tivation of said land, Viz/:
Wiiliam W. Vinson' Annie Vinson, of
West. Bay, Fla, Robort L. Brooks of
Murfee, Fla. and J. Edward Brock of
Vernon, Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Register
iEditor's fee paid.
Dec. 18 1900. )
Notice is ', i: .lv given that the folluow-
ing-inamed 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 Jan. 26, lhi,. viz:
LEROYH. LUCHANAN, of i,n... Fii.
11-.t NO. -' lur t L I t %, ', s c' sCC ..2, to
Lie iuaucs the following witnesses to
prove his continuous i.- iid .i '. Uion ald
cultiv.tionii of said land, viz:
Itobert L, Brooks, James I., West, ol
Murfee, Fla,, Dauiel J, \ inson and Wii-
liam W. Vinson of Westbay, Fla.
W. G. RoBiNso., ,Register
Ji'WEditor's fee paid.
Laud Office at Gainesville, Fla. [
Dee. 11, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing named settler has filed notice of hi
intention to make conimnutaition proof 111
supportf'of his claim, and that said proof
will be inaue before the clerk of the cir-
cuit court at Vernion, Fia., on Jialii. 2.
1906, yiz.:
S0ol., Flait
Hid 33693 for the nwi of see. 5, tp. 2s, r.
He names the following wities-'es to
prove his continuous residence upon aad
cultivation of said laud, viz.:
J. M. Mason, H. Smith, John Cox and
Will Campbell, all of Andersonl, la.
W.G RosisSOmN Register.
g Editor's fee paid,

Divorce Notice,
First Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Circuit Court of Waslington County
Mary Finniiiel, complainant, vs. Daniel
Finniel, defendant
The defendant in the above styled
cause is hereby required to appear herein
on the 8th day of Jainuary, 1906), to the
hill of complaint filed herein against hinm
by the said complainant, or a decree pro
confesso will lie entered against him in
COU lre.
It, is alco ordered tl:at ilhis order lie
published once a week or four consecu-
tive weeks in the St. Andrews Buoy, a
newspaper published weekly in St. An-
drew. Washington Counly, Florida,
Witness tmy hand and ofiicii Iseal this,
,_-. the 1st day of December, 1'9.1.'.
J Sel 1i W. C'. Lorixi,
-,- Clerk of Circuit Court, W\\ashing'
ton County, Florida.,
L, McKiNvt;r SolicitorferCoinpainiant.

Antiquity of Wire.
The_ ei mi1.factitre of wire Is of very
ancient cri.;'i. It has been traced back
to the earliest Egyptian history. Specl.
mens are in existence which can be
proved to date to 1700 B. C. The Ken-
.:' ,I.n museum has a specimen which
was made in M311,l'i 800 years II. C.
Ancient literature contains many refer-
ences to wire. From the ruins of HIer-
culaneum metal heads have beon ex-
humed on which the hair Is represented
by wire. There is no .1,ie-tl-in that this
ancient wire was made by hammering
out the metal, which was always
bronze or of the precious group. This
held true of all made previous to the
fo:r-..enth century, during hich the
process of forming wire by.:drawing or
elongating the metal by forcing it
through a conical orifice, made in some
s ,ataiice harder than the nsetal treat.
ed, was invented.--Cassier's Magazine.

Different 'Ways of Putting It.

Boat Stores, Hay, Grain arid Feen Stuffs.
We carry at all times a Well Selected Stock of Me ne, o a.lalted to
the St. Andir, a\'s ay t .,':
We will Not De Undersold!


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Munic as a Profession.
Unless a man is rich he ought to be
regarded as a criminal if he permits
his sons or daughters to become musi-
clans. In the musical profession there
are a few prizes not of the li,'-e.zt, but
for the largest number of initerpreta-
tive artists the life is one of (Irdg. ry-
the drud'lery of learning, the drudgery
of utshinig oneself into notice and

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('arlAe Ott Tisan Vkcz'is07
()i Ti.,i~e nyi art.'Il wNrote: '.. ch
crayliily Is two girls 4werp with UiIL
I l.td uexer seet0 hitil so Well befor$
I'p i a gmreat deal of Wient In him~
a "eri'I cleal of .,eiotiuth I'. l~rimbilitY.

This is a selentific way: "If a man after all the continual drud:iT-r- of Tli. .- n iSiy. vanity witoiovt lilmt-aud
falls asleep in the sitting posture with Ing or singirn: just the music the prli'hc ; n}othi' or little but i.'.e:lt.lisa
[his mouth open his jaw drops. The w.lntbs I eioiummn'nl Io n1P IO r ter .. ,.; ..- .... r : * -, r .r irth.j.
t:n'-:e not 'iln-g in contact with the .. .. -
hard palate, the muccotorial space is 1
ohli'tr,ited, the soft palate no longer The grea rule of health-
adheres to the roof of the t .n-, anI Keep the bowtels regultr.
If respiration be carried on thron-h And lthe great medicine-
the I 1util the innseniar l.iin I,'g 7 A \'er's Pills. 1 .vL o i..!

ror: ",i a R nni * mouth shut when asleep hlie will snore." A a ev'ifri! br-3w or r1c bl ack ? Use er m or~aoiwen ..Ala-o 9s,.ia


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iAM Abowrigial Dowellinw and a *wetl
lbt Uninlvitihr DiUth.
An -xploner in the wilds of northern
Australia writes: "'While at work one
-day Mr. Hiu-,.'.otr found asn aborlgluil
dwelling -which revealed evideuces of
UrchITeI.tur.l dIesi'u -seldom displayed
by A.Lsti 4liau aborigiles. It was evi-,
*ddetatly ,a;maln eunping depot, oval in
shape, about sixteen feet long and four-
teien feet high. It was built of layers.
of straw -ntermixed withl- a .good stiff
'clay. Small openings as'windownswere
'numerous all round the sides. Theb
,door was thle oily draubarck. "4'his
,-,is uere burrow'ho4e about one foot
aTfryi the fn'_.,'!", and owe 'was conm-
e .ed to cr;awl in on all fours to enter
,ibis primitive type of mansion. When
v.e cleared the river we anchored at
a!Aria island. Seeing some of the.
tackat.'oa ,he .each we weut to iater-
svw, them. They wre *itparentl-y
fji' ltued, however, and abandoned
tltu c.anoes on w\vhich they were at work
u.. ,ic.wared into the bush. Care was
' h,ute not to interfere with their pos-
;.'Os,. iand pipes and tobacco -were
,.; where tme natives could find them.
- ;tihiling about we came upon an open
,,,... ,_, considerable extent marked
nil in l;r:- i;I'es wiLh s-tone, ot,
v i i:!. fi oe -a .'l, p, .ts, which
*,verc iv.u' faIl full of human bones. All
thepos iN wre painted red. We doubt-
ess b d st'lumbled upon a -acred spot
't . *v.re some nice skulls, but not
Si*;. '.v ivs-4riktrfered with.
"A'ft '. niles up the river we struck
'a Dbig camp of native~, .bt th1y cleared
*luto the -u.sh a's soon as they caught
-sight of us. \We waited some time at
fithe caunmpI' tdtbt cksr'eturned, sat-
4::1ied that we did nttz intend mischief.
'T. he usual presents of tobacco-and pipes
,wAere given, and they were received
"with t1-e greatest satisfaction. Indeed,
vwe becam.ie:p rr r'eet'frieends for the time
being. T:', seal-the friendship, or, per-
,chance, it may have 'been the native
;fashion of -I. .iir;, toward you,' a great
buek came to ine with a wooden ves-
F'l shapel like a canoe in his hand and
ful! of honey. I noticed on the top a
bill of gr:.-us. Thie chap held the honey
to me, but I shook my head, so he took
the ball of grass, whisked it about in
i, _, siilp and popped it into his mouth.
After sucking it dry lie put it back Into
the I. nr:.., and when nicely soaked of-
ferelt it to me again. He evidently
,'is+ed me to follow his example, but
I ps-sed. There was a fine iguana on
the i'r', just nicely cooked. This I
C::. try, and it was really -good-just

< 1n 'o inri. fiui .
+ n.... i L:-h .*. -,.'.l the lover as
'. c:u:ghb her In his arms, "what shall
:,o :bout the rope louder? We
1.i ,liu't leave- t haliagiing there."
,I,.,'t worry about it," replied the
eilorpllg damsel. "Papa said he'd pull It
up again ~-o I couldn't get back."


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Our Clubbing List.
The BU' Y has made very lileril c1l,
hing itrrm'., i-1r 11 with t few" of the vel.i
hes iputlicaitions in the country an d 1'or
he nr'aseit cean send for a witole year
1e. BUOY aud
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a4nd Year Book)... ......... 1 7
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IN t; A i di e htTFi.

Ai..oholi-o n-ink From RIeC. I lhed he had clasped his arms around
The alcohol]: drink used in the provey- the trunk of his elephant and said:
inre oi Ch('oking, in China, is made "Bundara, I have been disgraced be-
froma fermeun-d r.'e Fermentation is fore a thousand men became you told
induced by the ioddittok of oakes made me what the wild elephant said. I do
of whe-t min-l n e-anmft ation of not believe you lied, but'let'us go to
these cakes shows.- at the particles of the jungles and be by our61lves. If the
wheat are- !t',-'a l-ted through and Goomtree is fretted: and'.harassed, then
thrgh by 'n.. mycelia of various she will take revenge. We should not
fungi. onic seven or more di ferent be punished .for what the sahibs are
p(.4e-4 Wive t,Y uid. These fungi grow doing.
ou the m.oi-teeaed rice, fermentation The pair"fled Vfar. ;Sometimes they
follows, rn, i yellow liquid with an were alone and sometimes in the com-
,,glreeab!e odor is produced. pany of wild elephants. The untamed
beasts -had ;no fear. of Nasslk. For
S. .^.^^^^ ^^ ^ weeks they'hid in the jungle or roamed
Sthroughithe forests.
"Light of my soul," began Naseik
A t -:,one-day, "the time for the flood in the
^ S^ ,s, J Goomtree draws near. Whisper it to
all your friends, that we may seek its
banks and be ready for work. Whis-
Sy C. B. LEWIS per it- to twenty-thirty--ffty. We
cannot have too much help. I will
C t, i, '. B. Mcrkre rest here for three days, and do you
go among your kind -and spread the
The two center piers of the great At the end of the third day Bundara
rui!roatd bridge over the Goomtree 'returned, and with him were seventy
'river had been finished, and there was elephants. Hle had told his story well.
much rejoicing. They had been sunk Three days later all were at work on
In the muddy bed of the stream a die-. the banks of the river, fifty miles
" aace of slxoy *.t a-and they towered above the bridge. The waters w're
asa hii above the surface. It rising, but Nassik knew to an inch
bhad taken thousands of tons of stone bhow high they would come before
and thousands of bags of cement and ;standing still for a day and then be-
thundreds of a ; work to .complete ginning to recede. Under his direc-
Ahe.e piers. They had had the labor tons the elephants began work. Such
of a thousand men and fifty- elephants. trees as they could uproot and such
When they were finished a holiday logs as they could roll, together with
was given to all the workmen, and thousands of cartloads of smaller stuff,
:tlie chief engineer ;gazed proudly at were deposited just below high water
'nis work and said: mark., They piled banks high for fiv1
"They are done at last. Floods may miles. For half a mile back the forest
roll down-earthquakes may topple was stripped of limbs and vines andl
')own fuorests-come what may, and logs, and the labor was finished two
my piers will stand here when a thou- 'days In advkar.
*and years have passed away." "It is well,'my children," said Nasstk.
"It is so, sahlb-it is so," answered "The waters will take everything at
:the voice of -a thousand natives, and :their flood, and then down at the
'hea thne~ cheered him aud his work. bridge they will see what they will see.
When a thousand native Indian 'Let us now Yest`from '"ur, lab1rs."
-workmen are employed together on ,Down at the bridge there was noh
one job there are three or four castes. 'tear aswthe-flood creptlUp. The Goom-
There are masons, carpenters, elephant 'tree 'Was 'not bringing 'down enough
Rivers, shoOtlers, boatmen and what 'driftwood to tear;a raft from its moor-
-not. There is enmity between the 'hngs. 5)i'it was for a week.
castes, there is jealousy between the -On mortiing when high wdter'imark
different trades, there is chance every was reached the chief enginter sneered
hour In the day for a general riot, and at the turgid flood. 'Two hours later
the men must be under a strict dis- there was a wild alarm. The face of
cipline. The superintendent's word the waters was hidden by drift. Never
must be law from which there is no 'had man seen so much of it. It came
appeal. A culprit is not told to go -rushing down like a wall. Some passed
hence, because he has bound himself -between the piers at first and went
and the company has bound itself. He crashing along, but presently there
Is punished by fine, imprisonment or was a swirling about and a wedging
the lash. Because of this custom this of mighty trees, and five minutes later
news ran through camp one morning: there was a block. In'half an hour it
"At the hour of high noon today the extended back a mile, and the force of
flag of punishment will be raised on the a million horses was pressing against
'staff, and Kim Nasslk will be tied to it. For a quarter of an hour the handi-
the post and flogged. Three times has work of man withstood the strain of
his overseer warned him, and three the elements. Then there was a crash
times has he muttered and cursed be- and a roar, and the current of the
low his breath and failed to amend his Goomtree flowed on as it man had
conduct. Kim- Nassik is lazy, and he never been.
has made Bundara, his elephant, the Kim Nasslk had been whipped, and
same. When both driver and elephant he bad revenged himself.
[are lazy, t.P wrk'i fl:,g;. One man and
his beas.t can hinder a hundred others. A Man Eating Tiger.
It is i;gJlt that Kim Nassik should be In 1891 one of the Hage-becks and
well flo-gFl.' Herman Boger, a hunter in the family's
WhIiu the elephant driver, after sev- employ, went to India for tigers. Hear-
eral v.arnfug4 had been ,-u-i n.ed to ing of a savage man eater in a certain
punishment, he replied to the superin- district, they organized a .party and
tendent: sallied forth to find him.
'lYour words are true, sahib, and 1 Crouching like a cat, with back up
would not have you take them back. and whiskers bristling, It waited its
I have been lacking In diligence, and chance for a spring. One of the natives,
Bundara has agreed with me, but we more venturesome than the rest, bold-
have a-reason. A few Sundays ago he ly charged it. With a sudden blood
.got loose a0d ran away to the jungle, curdling growl it was upon him and
'We huutre for him for hours. When he was brushed from his horse like a
we'flnally came upon him he was talk- was a man of straw And then, though he
ing with a wild elephant. He came to was a man of fully 145 pounds weight,
me at my bidding, but that night, when .the great beast seed him as a cat
all the camp was asleep, he whispered seizes a kitten and started off with
in my ear that we were fretting the him toward the jungle. It was im-
river; that the waters were growling possible to shoot for fear of killing the
and complaining;-that some evil would u"an, and so we had to make the chase
surely fall upon -us ,it we dammed one of strategy. Finally, near the edg
:them 'back. For a million years the of the undergrowth, we corunered thel
Goomtree'has had free flow to the sea. tigerl. and it dropped its luckless bur
*Could it be otherwise than that she den. Then a bullet from na expre-,-
should be angry and that some disas- mie eided its days of I)no,. It h-u.
ter should befall us'?, iarri(d the man half a mile, and
"How is it with the trees--with the -rlige to ,.y, he was little injut'e. -
grass-with all else that man uses? L i"S.
asked -the official. "If the river is a
million years old "mee 'have -used her Ci r .a' an. d feltg;t:0i i,
for a million years. Thousands df It "s an a.ou tile more t.. tin,.
boats and rafts have floated down her years 1qringthe Napoleonic wars Co
current and she has not complained. e ai- .duin 'the posal on. an- ,'-r
Men must travel, and they must have Me -ctritosh of possession. At'te
traneo trems -the evueation of Touhon thle 1iritis
bridges on which to cross streams. -,-' fen t Iit necessary to tnk'.
We .have not dammed the current hne ir:,i, antd -Lord lhc..l with Nti
back. There is plenty of room for It Lo asRlt'igadrer, was "-at to dr2re o!
to flow onward. Bundara il a big, ie Frech. With the capture ,; 'niv]
strong beast, but he is lazy. He has h W t r a
told you this story that he may have lily 12, 1794. -wbnre Nelson Iest hi
dess work to do. You shall have twen- "ye, the -island. forma! alint Thcitd tI.n
- - ~ -m (ieorz ITL. formally accepted th-

ty lashes at the post before all men, r. ' I...
and Bundara shall also look on as a -ron lof Cors asp pon vi r. a
warning to tell no more lies." .e llot as tish t erya th i,
"As you will, sahib." 'is ae 1 tI
At n6on the wh!ping took place, but eiive bly. In -79 ac
the punishment was not severe. :It of the French navy in otn e
was because ot the moral -ffT-..t that par,- of th- Mediterranean routed
'it was Ir fliitt-l. Rim Nassik's ele a ulden i~ciMn of. the British -..,
phant was there, and he dropped his 'runent to withdraw :-ror-u th island
'head and tears ran from his eyes. They 'nhe evacnation was completed on vOct
said he felt pity for his master and .of that year, and Corsicareverted t
that his conscience troubled him. To lrauce.
spare the feelings of man and beast,
the superintendent gave them half a SOME SECRET INK.R.
day off the works-half'a day'n which
to repent and -decide to do better in Writing That nemuains Invisible t'n-
the future. t& Expos--e to ienat.
At sundown all labor ceased, and It Iotters written with a sol':-tin
was reported that Nassik and his beast g'il, silver. >;;.,.n.i t.n or ntercnrv
had gone to the.jungles. That was -a dissolved in aqua fortiess, o:. simple"
serious offense. The elephant was gov- silN, of iron or l':d in vitnigr, wtl,
ernment property and 'was hired 'to water added until the liquor does no
the railroad company at so much per s-taiu a while paper, will reinr. ii.
day. Naslk 'had been his mahout for visbhle for two or thleii'-. -...: if k,'
ten years, but be was no more. He shut pt in tha dark, but on e:; *surm<
had incurred a sections penalty by flee- for some hours to the open a:r' wil
Ing, and a party was made to bring .r:,'.1t: y acquire c 0l-!. or will do si
him back, but they hunted In vain. In !ustantly *ni being bhelil 'ef. :'e tlhv fire
four weeks the ici,-rnt -was almost Each o0 thosee ,-.In.-mns givos its ovn
forgotten. p-ruliar color to the writing-gold, :
In time the great Iron beams were 'ep) vio!et; silver, slate;: l-a-d nd -col
stretc-lihed from pier to pier, and cro.s- b''r, brown, but all possess th'i cn- O-
beams and girders were put in place, m-al disat'vantage -fl.tt nu time the:
and from snnup to sundown the hot '*,t away the :ipel%. leaving the let
air quivered under the strokes of the 'ris in the form of perforations. To"' n
scores of hammers. The approaches '7'"e a vast number of other -::
were C.'l,-l In and spans laid to the at become visible on exlios'nre t,
piers, end the chief engineer 'looked leat oru having a h l--d iron pa'-.e
over his work with a s:i- f-satisfac- weor them, the :{plitfuntion t ihg Io',
tlon. the matter is -ut-adi!y burned to a f i-r
"All Is going well," he said to him- .)fo bMarcoal, silmplest among wlih:ch w
self. "In another sixty days the iron ra'y mc.entivn lemon juice or milk, bun
horse will be snorting across this struc- the oune that produces the best result
ture. Tie Goomtree is on the rise, and .;s made by dissolving a scruple of sa'i
a flood will come, but we need-not fear utinonlic In two ounces of water.
It. We cleared Its banks of driftwood Wi'ting with rice water, to be ren-
for fifty miles last year. Nothing here i'--rd visible by the application of
can dam Its waters back and imperil iodine, was practiced successfully in
Ath bridge." the correspondence with Jelalabad in
An houir after Nasalk 'adJ been pu,- xhe first Afgbhan war.

" Her


Copriglit, 706.'b, Fanne Hdslp 'Lea -

"This Is the first one he wrote me
"After lie asked 'you to-marty t ih,"
said Wilmot grimly. "I know."
Elizabeth faltered a little. "If .you
would rather not"-
"If you would rather -rot?' said the
man, so they read, on.
There was no heading to 'the boyfalh
scrawl, no date, and the paper Wai
yellow with much handling:
"How did. we 'doit, littte:girl? 2ITm
lord o' the earth tonight. ia'it-only five
hours since I left you? Td swear It
,was five, centuries. -I'm in my room,
'working, but at 'what I don't know.
Your -face -comes between me and the
white paper-between me and the fool-
ish, pounding keys-between me aMd
all the world else. Ah, dearly beloved,
your eyes when I kissed you, and the
maddeui.1n.gr-p.f your chin! Pen and
Ink's but poor thing, after all. 'I
write down words that mean the world
and all, and they come out black, bugg-
gish things on a shiny white sheet. I'd
like to write to.you -in-forked light-
ning on a giant rofeitetf. 'GooU night,
my piece o' the world!"
"What was his work?" asked WU-
mot, with husky irreverence.
"Stories and verses. lHe wrote."-Ell,-'
abeth laid the letter. gntly eo thbe coach'
and drew-out theine'tt.
"There-are not many," she explained.
"It was only a month, -and we--w(,
saw each other stb'often-and "I i'kert
only the lettr-- .ivni that one month'."
Wilmot nodded "in silence.
"You are the funniest child," said tht.
next letter. "When 1 think of the wa,;
I love you-it seams-absurd. One'ought'
to give you t doll *r a piet.'-e book.
Well, I have given: ou-my llfe -for thct
one and my h, i.rt or-'ti;h other, haven't
I? I'm not laughing, littlest-at least
I'm only laughing that you may nct
know what a powerful pull you have'
on my heartstrings: ,I ;g9t 'ehecel
this morning for a story -Fd almost for-
gotten about. 'htet's "-'-by t4'm- s,'?nd,1n'
you a rose. It's the first thing rI'
bought with the money. I'm working
hrd on the play. It's goiug to be a
great thing some day, and you-no, i
mean we-are going to be proud of it.
We'll go to the theater -tonight, littlest,
and burn up some of the new check."
"How old were you then '" 'aRked
"I wvas eighteen," Elizabeth answered
dreamily. "I'm twenty-five now, you
The letter burned slowly, and they
read the next in silence.
"Sweetest," it said, "I've been ill the,
last two days or 'd .have seen you.
1I've been seeing :you anyhow in *tlho
shadows of the room and the window;
curtains sauna -lot of other silly places.
,! *as out of my head, they tell me.
Feel sort ,of crazy now." The letter
was blotted, and the writing a mere

scrawl. "Thcat big blot is where 1I
dropped my head just now, because I
was too tired to hold it. up any longer.
I must get back to the play tomorrow.,
losing too much time. Lord, -how :cYT
head aches! Oh, hItthit.gil, 'I wait
"He was only a boy," said Elizabeth.
"just a year older than I"--
"Go on," said Wilmdt tensely.
Elizabeth turned, over the next letter.
and a withered rose fell into her lap
from the infolding leaf of a torn pro-
"We went to the theater," she ,e-
plained, touching the flower with gen-
tle fingers, "and I wore the rose on my
gown. It was -red."
"You like red rose 'best," -said l-VI
mot jealously. "Was it always so, or
did you begin then?"
"I-I suppose It was then," she ad-
mitted gently. "He always sent them
to me."'
Wilmot started up suddenly. "I
can't stand much more of this," the
said. "Did you ever care for me at
"Don't be angry"- Elizabeth laid a
-hand on his arm and drew him back-
"There isn't much more, and-I think
if I didn't love you I couldn't show the
letters to you at all. Wait till the
end-you will understand."
She laid the dead rose on the fire
'with the torn programme. The nest
was only a line or two on a narrow

"Flowers he sent me," Elizabeth
'said, "beenuse he wanted to come that
-night. And this"-she glanced over a
half sheet of rough paper closely cov-
ered-'he wrote to thank me for a
book S4--1p." She looked up at
Wilmot. His eyes were dark and'in-
-ecrutable, but he was white to the lips,
and she hurried on.
"There's only one more to read-
these are just cards that came with
flowers or books."
She laid them on'the fire and smooth-
ed out the paper that had lain clinched
In her hand so long,
"Is that the last?" asked Wilmot,
owyith dry lips. She nodded, and he
bent to read it.
"You are right," .it said, "quite right
'to break -with me. There are -a -thou-
sand reasons why you should, and the
-one reason why you shouldn't, .my love,
Is a very worthless reason. I don't
blame you for not considering It. I
-knew it must be a mistake-you "were
'not for me. You always gave me your
cheek to kiss--and I didn't want your
"You see," Elizabeth whispered, with
-a little catch in her voice.
"You never really cared for me,
littlest-never cared; that Is, as you
'can care-as you will care some day
for the man wb- is to come to you.
He need not be jealous of me, sweet,
when he does come. Your love for
'me was a child's love that he will not
-want, and that you -will not give him.
I have had my divine day, and It is
over, but no matter who comes-In
spite of the man who is to win where
I have lost-you will remember-I
'claim that, littlest, for my right-you
will remember when you love him
that I taught you how. I should not
write so, perhaps, but there are times
when a man must speak what he
knows. Keep the few things I have
given tl Don't Wead them back.t

',x a: l ;; :t t i r :c i Vi"'
.nin. I sh '. -<".i yonr I(rtcrs-. Go
nu'.. ':,- ; r'" """ .. -w c+ l'! <.. !,. '
-Oh. u;:.rkt ti:. 7d )-.8v-& '**-t .

Eli::a b??( .'-i : ',-'d softly lut''
iici'S, v ;'? it r il on the arnr.
)f her chalr. The;. s.: in "et:n.ce while-
the last !.' t-'*"; *:r'2 ;',,he t sik an
"I think," at A-! t :,re said ,softly.
"that he wa's right t need 'not he
jealous of him. 'rIns 'a h!:a then. -1
am an;thyr e~finow. WloeuyoU-cam,
In I had been reading ihlt-ttets, an i
somehow In the'?.nkt-and quiet t-Iha-l:
slipped out -'t 'n:ysFs1f 'back Into tl:i
little girl be ife'l- to love. My mini
was full of him and rifthat little gl.-',,
and I couldn't read'tjhtth!n:?s-at once.;
Then when you used is it "'1fely words-
it was-it was like a 'ghoft. You sc'.-
don't you, dearly t'tn 'M.ot dlsloyl -'t,,
you. It was Just thatI A-rememberod.
as he said I would.'
"I understand," said 'Wilmot, !hbldibn
her close. "I was a 1dilo-us fool, buti
you mustfadmit'that it was disconcert-
Ing to corn" in and ttid1 you readin:.u
over another maias letters the nighL
before our wedding."
"It was silly, I supnpoe," EWlinbe-.+
admitted, 'btt I 'eouiLdtUt'.-lp It-a,'
yon U.i,i kcn* ]idi. '
"Where is he now?" aAked Wilmo'
kissing the soft wave of her hair. "Yo.:
won't grow to care for-him again, wil'
"Oh, Will,bhush!" the glil whisper.
her cheek against his coat si.eCV
"He's dead, dear. lie died that yea
Didn't I tell you at -.irst? 'I tlih-ug'
;-ou unnerstoodi.'
The sleet rattled angrily ag Viat V
window pane, jarring the' quiet of tU
shadowy room, and the fire sank ai,
"'You will.-remneibr 'wk-en you lox
him,'" quoted Wilmnot softly, 'that
taught you how'-poor beggar!"

It Was Hard on the Faunily.
Modern methods of deal;ing with co;
tagious disoasc.; a' a"sev'ere trial: t
many an old fash.on;;d person whV i.
childhood lived through epidemlci o
various kinds.
SI- thought your g**nds a wae look-
ing pretty penitf ag i;n after his 1.
unos," said 'ione of the r-sideut. c
Canby to Zcuas i't vle, "utu 1- st:uc;
uat the resL of y', i-"':eI-l L'a
wore out. I s'p3se he was pretty ic;
,or one spell there.'
"INo, he wantt' said Mr. Spraw
;toutiy. '"'"iuere neve.-w.-.s ati tL.ng; t :
matterer 6f hiroexceptiri' a sore ti''o
l., t s-ame us''"< h' .1 o' tLie.
lowelud my ne, k up fo:- a ni'hit or tw
in' come out a.l'ri:;::t. Du. 'ly 5s3t
wife she had that city doctor to himn
an' lh mide olt 'twas nc. o' th
iti'es ar' ;had him an' his ma (quar
antinud of froin thl' re-At of us.
"ile had the full use of his lg3. atr
'heway ho rau ov"- th'it floor abovi
our heads was enough to wear out .
hen. -An' v:hAn he was able to b-
:noved 'fier 'l-'ld ihat lparteo' the house,
funligate It laid the foundation
for a FtorAach trouble with both Mai
thy au' rwe, that fmi'.-a.'on dL5, an' I
don't know as the smellwHil get out c
my 1} 'u mA6n'ugh for me to go t
churhb this whole winter. Get me hI
a nidd-n' wru'm place and that fu
migat.'n' Ies r-nt- e, yins to t-y out o
my overcoat same as If 'twas kar:'
4e:se. vi "giess thlre's reason enough:
for rfarthy an' me to look wore out."--
Yout'i's Companion.

The Miracle That Nature Performsn
When Snutburn Occurs.
There are P.r-t-aft 'w _etic anin.uls
darkconated 't"i'the short summer, tha
in Winter turn pure white, thus nmtcb
Ir' the snow covered la.-i:seape an.
escaping no tice- u' 1 it 'a~.
This-change of color, this protection
effected no oneiknsws houA, is w-un.lcr
ful, as wonder-fUl 'as a uni'ac'e, a:t
yet a kindred change of color, a kin
dried protection, happens among man
kind every summer, -aa6 'nobody eve:
notices -It

When the pale city people go out ih

the summer sun at the seashore or th
mountains the llgt -'attacks thou
fiercely, first reddening their skin
then swelling, blistering and scorching;
it. If they kept in the sun enough
and if no mimraz et ccuffrd, the lhgh:
would kill them finally, burning oft
the skin first aud.afterward attacking
the raw flesh.
But -a ml'rttte'doete occur. The skin
changes 'fror"a pale color to a tan and
on this tan the sun has no effect. The
suntmay beat on tan colored skin for
days and weeks, but such skin remains
always sound, unbl:stered, whole:
Thus nature woilts a nilracle. The
white skin is suffering, and nature.
aware, somehow, that a tan skin is
sun proof, changes to tan the white
How does.na- 'lr .-ir'' *h't.- (ldd she
learn that It was wise to do tilis? No
one knows. Only the fact of the
miracle remains.
fro prove ptii~ :tit'act*-to prove that
It is not the hardening of the 'skin,
but the change Inif color which pro
tects it from sunbuir--is an easy mat-
'Let-a'pale persrin. unused-tb thb sun,
stain one side:of his face ."yellow, and.
leaving -the -other 'sitld untouched, go
out in 4the 'bright summer sun 'for a
-couple of hours. The:dne'sBide of his
face is ito tjuigher, -no 'ito're' hdrnell
.than the other, 'yet the unstained side
'will be inflamed, blistered, while the
tan colored -Ole will 'be 'quite cool ,'and
-Sunburn Is a miracle, a protectidh
to mankind as inexplicable and as
wonderful as ihe 'miratle of ithe arctic
animals' change In the winter rtfrori
dark coats to snow white ones.-New
York Herald.

4 WTNer t f Eletrlte aitlways.
.'Phe honor of first suggesting an elee-
itric 'railway must be accorded to Thoii-
as Davenport of Brandrn, Vt., black-
smith and electkOcih, Inventor and sci-
entist. -In 1834 he "ran a toy motor
m6onted 'on itfhOls n a-& small cireula'
railway., and -a -year lter he exiiblAth
It at Springfield -and a-t Boston. Then
it gave up tlh ghost, and for more
than twoscore years various inventors,
In utter ignorance of 'the principles orf
the modern dynamo and with no source
of power except the zinc burning pri-
mary battery, labored with small re


Leads in rLow P4ri s and -Good

He ihvites. the purchasing public to c

Sramine h is st'ck-aOd GET PRICE' ,

Pavs4lte highest PiOe for Green Salted -ALIG&TOR HIDES.



Fresh and of G ad Ptrinty

0fters His Professional Services to the Citizens of S1, Andrews and
Surrounding Country.
MAy be oifd at his re-.'lrin-t,- on l Iieimn1. Vista av'inle at ,Ifght.


Corner-of Bayview and 0Wyominf Avenues on Bay Fron.

Glassware. Tinware and Notio s!
What you :cAu't find adt any other Sior:e, come to the R A C K E 'T
S T 0 RE "adget.

Hot Meals at All Hc urs of the Day.
*lliiii.ii,''[I'- ,.Cup of Coffee, 5 COt. Cnt p of Tea, 5 (JIs. .-; .',n:,,af

Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties

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Thi the In Iest all nI iit.-! V m'A|pi i.'
Hand "-w for working plants in 'te garden. 't11
ss ujuis;tble; the ial. 'the blohik tin
Svhih the blHide is ,'ttttched k,'eps 'it in the
Z'rO:in i, nuid tho1 i.ii of plowing i irdgulated
by lifitinL tihe h ind'll- A boy or 'ir1 T ter
.y' ,' i's .an )i tril t it, ith perfectt ease. It :'a
24-inI.l i At' m 'e Il,. the hcit-' it, oi f wliich ma ,'-
I" I, gu liht if (liftt. It h;as live l)adces: i1 s
"a 'I .rc;in monild. 2 i. si wovt-l, :.t a.we lpor ',, o .,iin-'
iadIo. a !ni l-tonaue, 5 a rake. .\ i',,,n '
v\ il l, 'o\v. h lic :
i ''" hive made arrnivt- 'nl i-t:- I1Y
i.l.. .'. t e w '; f)i li i-i I t n .. 4
S''a victory price, $;i.75. i'"

-- .1.Z. \77~

ire i lit i ,. at . .h 't;\.s c i, , < :.+ ,. i, . n ,,,
f4.50. Bult lthe B1'OY vropus'.- to dJo h-i t-' tl'i n(i u t.' F Bvn
''ne vear and fu- nish oNe( of thesnp pinim s on')r.pi4ip.e at the ';n ,, '
n, icin, ,,r t.o p; v ft'reil-tc
The it)hw Ina l f v e l c ths ie n itxin ':;ti r i it hA ilitor' e. -I .
Crinivr. froni tli, iTT6Y (iin-O t.

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-ive thb*., ,1 \ ; ,i d,, I ,1 : .q
'ove iTci~Mr' ;,"l.( + C 0.. -
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Sold at St. Andrews Bay. Fla., at

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- .. Cal. f ir e tim S. e.

S('IdatSt. Andrews Bay, Fla
At Dr. ..itchell's Drug StO-e.
r Call for fret sample.

The Molethd by Whi'h It Is Made ons,
Tuesan nfarms.- I
The olives, st'itns and all, are firs
crushed'in a stone mill run by ox pow-
er. The masi of :;,- ;' is 'then trade, ,
ferred in flat wicker ',. to th,
"torchie," or tt' en press, fi.'im which '
ihe oil oes *; into a vat below. Th
presses at DIievoe are very old, clalbo
rately -cr''. .I wittI ete iirms ani de
voices of sotm "e ck.'ly panroon. 'A --..i *-i
dous I)re.-'-;u e is applied P:-'.''., ta
primitive *c(apstan arranigemt-nt which
the men twowk by Iheavy vwood-n levc-s
walking rou.:d r.ud r--.i-nd oen ti' stoi"
floor in a.t "-rac.k itim.-1h worn by ti -
tread of 'limo ino g generat-on. -The:
are commbinl. twiv or tlirce ccC ,:i
of the pu.lp. ti.i.'rodu:-t of -tihe o i't -bN
ing of titlbnest'ui lA-tl .But tL'b .li-j
ess, once begui, i..n ti be tarried for
ward cont iT-,ouly l4st the oil should
spoil in twe mu.; i:'g It is finally diram
off into huge earthen jars of irnmemo
rial pattern, like th3"e in whirh'thi
Forty Thieves of the Arabian tale con-
cealed tLin..:ovnes for nefarious pur-
poses. And it stands thus for a weel
in the adjoining clearing room, called
the "chiarato'o," after which it is ready
for the market.-Fromn "Liie on a Tus-
-can Farm," by T. It. Sullivan, in Scrib-

Flotiung Romenteahn,
On all the :'-eat lakes of China are
found floating islands, whkth are en6i-
tno-.is rafts of L-n1lNjoo, -over!li:d with
'arth and ulpho'n: ii- above the zurf.ice
of the water pretty houses and gar-
jnas. They .re, in fact, aquatic- farrus,
bearing crop, of rice and vegetables.
The rich bottom mud, utlize., as an
artificial i"ll, is extremely *fertile and
yields bountiful harvests, though on a
small scale. In a country where lith-re
-is such a lack of available land owink
to the overplus of population these
:.'l, i.i.- plantations are mo;t service-
i-bk' I ."-,', sails being attached to thb
Sdve'mhg -house as well as to each cor-
nor of tie i-hand whenever it is desired
'o moove bout. After g.tberini a&
*-o' of g"' lh- dr z-r.iln "nl i,-1; from the
a-rfOce of the lake tho f -l',.rin farmer
'.-,t i his nots into the waters-and from
i'.: (Ie' ths brings up a supply of fish

For Sale!
We offer for sale a strip from thb
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. EMM.-ONS i <*.

Over -. i .-"
250,000 O FULL Q ART OF
Shipsnwte --'-

cate ooatens. We know tie meaning of words and will do as we say. We
el m nt e b e u 0 n-c', r. r hi lY,' t ulou-e and the
-ia Larc'il Mmio 41t-der Mi LI_ ..tl I'o u itrla i nn- t-ui Ali ILL"
-.-- Nor:hb ('urcji lna \V hi kLcy mw l e l i. o'i -t her no bud.
k j.r n. L t n. n,~r on IC-In
N ci ,n, mu i n- ".vI u 3a-ut ran
S-- *e, r:n ..nr.,. -t.rr "t m ,'r'- II leard a.l;" lt hi0lke t~
S,,,Liudjjo, s, ma.. 1 ,C:I eople ,:V .- r... .r
S No ftu ,a ..* ., l c .J-.il n e. |p r -tills,. ustasit was n1odc by
S'.our r nlar t. c: i-ir. nn-ra n 'ta.,-.' n at *I .0 0t. 6. 0
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