Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073857/00240
 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 28, 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: VID00240
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33065309
lccn - sn 95026996
lccn - sn 95026996

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$ 'AJsivwwi ,-. ew -i*iiu U'Yif v w''- -
'Antirew; Treasuu4P, Lil'sH. '.owel
'Vernon; Tax Assessor, J. W. Bowel
.Duncan; County Superintendent, I
F. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor. Tho.
iCollins, Vernon; County Commi:
sioners, B. F. Swindle, Vernon; A
Lo. Ha-rill, Chipley;. J. M. Portei
Econfioa; J. H. Wesley, Point Wast
-ington; Elton Singleton, 'Nixon.
,At. Andire\ns-.Justice of the Peace
Jolhn Sturrook: Notaries. W. A. Eni
mons, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk
.rut'it Court, W. A. Emmons
<,.h,,ol Directors. G. W. Surlier, Sr.
'P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis
,tress, Zadie4l. Ware.
.- ,,,..--*.' Henry ;Bovis
r. .:.,table, J. H. Daffin.
S' s, inaster lad t.lry Publlo

r way-Pom r, M. N. Carlisle
; ;.J' --Potl:-a-t- r, R. Peters.
S. .-. r, Anew Allan
,4'. . *' i .,ater. ,. '. A udt r

West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley
Murfee--Postmaster, James M. Murfee
,,i.\-, tiistress, Mrs. R. Gaf.
,Oinpkiin9ii,-Postmastel', Emery Tourp.
Bavlhead-Post master,. O. C. Tompkins
S oiik- Postmaster, J. J. Fowler.
S e \\uppo- Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.

.'ilhoun County Cromanton-Postmas.
ter Frank W. Hoskins.
rari-udaule-Postmaster, W-. F. Wood-
ford. "
-'te northern malls, via, Anderson,
;gy, Bay Head and (Chipley departs
.every 4ay except Sinday at 3:0(
e'clui'* a. in.. arrives every day ex-
cel.t Sumlay at 7:15 p: m.
'ast liv mauil for JElarison, Millville,
Cromaniolt. Parker. Pittsburg, Cook.
.'ar',il l' nid Wet:tippo 'leaves St.
Si %, .'.. ,, It.m, ing except mxLSi -
",,, .'., '.i *; '* : iv' couri ng
S ,. oi k l i. p. ini.

mI 'It, V ,; t'.i.il avre. front-
.. ',,~, ** F, .,,. at 11 a., tn. Ul 1
,, w. 4 inuday S-. :,1 every Sti,
I," .. I. l'-U,% C. L J.',' e'.

S. : i,.-.''i'..l-- lurch W asix
., , .,: .';<-... ;" ,.,' i li ".-- i iI" s't S u nld ay
S .... o1 9 q30 a. m. every Sund/ay.
*., '. I. C -t r',iy, pastor. -
."'vsi 3 leriau-C-'hurch corner L.oralne
Ave. and Drake St, Rev. 0. C. Dol-
phy, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
e. mn. every Sunday, JSoh&, Stur-
Tock, Supt.
Catholle-CttChreh corner Wyoming
Ave. and Foster St.

Parker Lodge No. 142

Regiulta Commtuoi-
Scatins ou the first
andl third Satiathtay
in eahel month.
V^ VIsi itig Brother-
A. E9MMoNs.,S'3,ettIarv

ntLI.S I'SS IillECTO R i.

i''ity Circuit Court Clerk and Notary
Public for the State at Large; has
';i "-.l tiioi to lmiiin:ii'ter oaths. take
'.-' itS v. leg lize a cin ".-.vle'1g-
', .:. o[.-.,' a'.4n 0' ,i e il Florialit.
.. .: ttei trn ':t'vii to land onB-
SI, ,!l marriage ceremtony per-
S .1 'or lawft-'l.:. qitalltied parties.
*. l t,the iQuod thLlt.f, '. t. .AU II',W-
St-'- Pri'oi t and carettll Utientl, i t. iven
t. t all luatturs stItymiLtced to ,, c.,rr.
j%< ar nor 1110;1W. ].* ,
Vernon, F
Nii; ry ni I1.c tor Il'I[tV gr 1' Ip'-. C"
'i*. .l a 'li re. eor'L.Ier .i L< i;t" \'1. + -
niie uaid C ii...'i- .i.,i i Stl. All tI ii i al
w ,rk a,icitl d ..u giv'c i I K 'iI:I| i.l-
loit. W. G.,11TCH1,.L.,

.i'tsit anu in.d lri'ggmit, t 'uuiitcrce' St.,
east of Hayvle'v, Otle's h;.s profes-
'.iJnll sei vices to the citizens of St.
Andrews and vicinity. Residence on
luenri V.srn avenue.
Eiomoeopathic Physician and AccOu-
che'ur. Office Pioueer D[)rug Store,
Notary Puilic for the State of FIor-
iei at Large. Oaice at Pa'Ier, Fla.
CiConveyancing and paymeict of tazes
for uun-rehidenits, speciaTties.
And Got Rild of It.
Mrs. PItlev-Thely say he is so un-
kind to hi" wife. Mr. PItley-That
shows how people mi.sjudge a man
I know it to be a fact that he spent one-
wl.ole year endeavotiiig to make a sat
Lf.t-'. to'ry inv'~,ment of his wife's mon-

t.'.- -_ \van .'ad i ', ,ntr'y.

Of 11.1' min race.
The stTri!-".t Wuin tt-d woman must
face the fact that she is of the uame
race as man.-london' Globe4'

,or itre e "trg number's ; will be sent
you that no break may occur should
vou lthokise to renew.

". /

Branlh President-Mrs. W. A. Emmons.

President General-Mrs. Cynthia W.
Alden. Headquarters, 96 Fifth Ave-
'nue, New York. -
State Pr.-rsident-Mr's. Mary L. Bradt,
819 Church st. Jacksonvillt, Fla.

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

X Motto-Good Cheer -
Stal, eolor-Do Flo ,v ---C,>t',.('p'i' -
.Scn. -- '.e etl t'r Su nshine ".

T on wvithl c'eetr.
Tiiere is, a ntl alwtvy will be, today.
A maiu rnist have a clear ead t o
d- ork.
One can balie nio greater enemy

thn v]o er
Life's Chamnces calli
-they Illay lbe plvidpotlctl,

e lost-

You may retain youth a e th
by your thoog, s or v,)u may grow
'I,4 IV y \- nr thoughts.
'it )pot'ibl,? at any religionn that
c:i:snol tllai'tormt the hell e s ca-
olah e of aAstuinlg iheavelti her.af r?
An '-easy tlimue" with etror as uni e
lea-i,. to a very "h-iard ti nli;" a "'liar'
6tinC' wit tr i as guiide leads t,"
,Ilis+ .
Thl.hre is nio haplpinesi s destroy fi
'ijlu V I al 4 th'Ai ol a restless, imn-
S,, lwayv dissatisfied temper ol

'iI exporietice of hIumnanity in
t- v.'ry lihke men in a elowil.
mitWl e h(ti'W thiir' way to tlhe frolii
,1 iers tle pushed tolhe trol'tl, others
-.,aitn e forced to lite rear.'
W\Vt,,ii anti want equally harden
iit, % itrt, at s frost and fire are both
qliei ) to the in in flesh. Fiamine and
,ii.ny alike diive nature away

r' i Ii tli

a et- iimehti'Ies two

<1l,,., ..-L,- tho.e wlho know too.
Iitws u iand Ioom wh(t don't know
,--it .. FioUm the fir,t class t lie
S,,t.Ies are umtnt tly recruited, anid
"roi t lhe secih,| class, the o19018.
C(ul.ivate effort and strength of
I1.' 11fie and be tlihaikliul for all the
.,pportunitis that come to you to
prove your strength and force.

There is hope for- the man.who strug.
To win in-t4e endless the ..._-
There is hope, I -;'r,'
Tho' the. skies b'e gray,
If he worte wlih a smile and a song.i:

There is hmpe tor the toiler weary,
Tho' the task and the" road are loan'--
Therd is ]oy iv the'world',
And her flags unfurlod
Will wave tis the smile and the song.

What matters' the was -;dark and
dreary- '
What mat ters the sin and the .wobn'?
Th re is hope. I say,
To drive 'em away .-. .
if you w6rk witbta-smile and a song!

V W l. Q .. .ce ,, st. Ni, h1 or

T., AM- nAll to the rnloIULd bb
as Z.m m ")n kn tw ,," l: y ""

tip '. t'.e, iel' enth a c hur ch i
G .e '+-:"' ,, w ,.I

.- indgnal -,. . ou h e _"uijde a' *-,cated i .n i "s b'uor than 'i.
X-,.ss of it" she whispered hotly. U'ronage.-CoblIl Maga

* r."You might have done it Iilerenely. -
". -I in. have -pj i-ed it all-my Story-
she pr .liy c e it bae u t at i
It- IT: Ih .',:t.'ty."ILIhthe.

-' """ARCAl ",T RICHARDS he. ti o l Pint ile a e...TO M ONI

etInot heid :rLht, John looke
0Copyrit. 1905,: by K. A. W "i.hed o'- t c wle-t ait her uhe idign.ntl
.,re] face. She could t .Yoowt have ByA.M.DAVIES O(

to pushed sde the closely -and then e slowly re allied rit, church

ten pages. It was no use. e e to th ilence answered heim.

Would not go. verdale Spyten Dui KIn Pretty little Mrs. FerritS

For six moths now she had written Brige glie swiftly b o from the yellow paper .
stoes-clever rmls little things hts, Hih Bridgo-"Hud and tare at her husband in a

forgiven her had she not insisted upon vt o t k s o t,i ,
regarding them all as legitimate "ma- man aggressively. An aged mLA camt "Whatever In the world a
triall" She moved in a world of fic- l*IVwn down the aisle, Learled on tho she demanded. "You kn(w
tion; she revelled in situations; Incipi- youngtcouple and seated himself ait eon landed on Thursday :
.ent plots ran riot in her brain. trout of them. He rtinged the bliuu that she simply must comn
But today as she pushed back he tohi satisfatin, rubbedper Sunday, and no ere'sMaa
chair and walked with grar.'fu1, im- tacles, took out a newspaper and, lay. o
pati eat movement to the open window, ig hui hat on the seat beside him, rreom l r.s tog
she found no solution to er problem d back in is corner with a long-y story- be out tonight too. I
The story was at a standstill. Up to drawn sigh of c.uh rt. Except for have not selected the sam
this point it hd progressed smoothly e long wisp of white hair in fro what am I to do with theiURDA
enough. A r a ces of visst i head was absolutely bald. Her husband, glancing

the hero had buried an eastern bouni ret's eyes, the corners of her mouth "e wat of t e
expr es at San Francisco. TPhe eroinc twitched convut h veidy, the dimple o not you want some man fc
Svictim of drt. 19 e ad ebyK. ually i atis e chin di-,li1 at h itself u n sndign "Of cours,nt impatiently.
ylng i. tre.i'., had un-i:l'. sympathy; she glanced sfot have lyeant her Dlick reBy al, but he co
{aken this sainme express at Denm'er. companion. Thou the anile on her, However, Harry .'g-r is li
bW t the rosu-lt would 'be w~as obvious. lips died away and her hearing away his ':: I could .u on h
>hst p was i:cs h"re trlh;t the hrn> still. h mires M1.,b'.i tremendously
thned is ri.e to the occasion with hu: si \vleca awevl.entl hurt to the tiub. L t' .ou realize that

Wo"It all gsoutDs so "e-t of pice. n'-i griu ani stern: his muio.t. wls til n'e [ru i le Mrs. Ferris':
Fo on a train, mow shurmured written.- ,: r ugid *if'ii.x in. She bia.. f:r itt yel" o **pai e ur i.
stories-. wrclever, her .. f'ss little things. i l rt. Nt thi t al.ne but Alti 'rtherl wb. l. 'a.
which lher friends eTsI t could have .legbt, -, i lrid I-t1 .re sia. athr' hi s tit in. a *

tu".t!'C'*n t.ihit would haive to work It '"'; .1 '.ui i I he wshis- Lt t I e'br'ke w-alio..t hivg it.
-orgiven her A sudhe not insist t .d'. 'p ered broknlv. t hing .'r. lt(e inio a a le .,
the white skin sarlet. "Oh, no, I He turned, iewiltheaisle, to n -eedt. h -ow she L. demanded .g "You ka
tievr csheeve d thed it," she whisperedci nJ face, raised timidly t his; to tIone lan I don't cares. I
n plose athe soft breeze .ned her hot lue cres, wet w ith tuledI teirs. lu hem both. But how ever s c
Buhks. "Bt t would only be n the ull o t. risfactiongt that rubbmet his l.p,-iv his comin to Maonhere's
chairs of art." insinuated the ter , and ce took out a newspa tper a n of believe that I did it on y.
Artists must sacritoce therop lve s to l!g h..lhstau.;iug between thseat meltb- *.ildhi. i. '-.-'ll never f
their work." And John Sherprood e away. back iMr. rs corner with, duly ipre
doom wds sealed In low wahiprs-h'.T slip, gloved gr:vity of te lectdsis, luh
hand held tigjit in his-she tr.! him all Unpafe.
Short, sharp puffs of escaping stea her o on.-wi, wayward fawhitecy, hairut when "I what ai tell you what v
Sjolt, a faint vibration, and the New ishea begged him humbly to forbaldiv her. :he," he began slowly. n "
York train steamed slowly out of Ards- he t convult-' her with qick loving pe to vote ourselves to thwf
ley-on-IIndson. words. "My fsweeth'..eirts-my precious ht ly that ty patentvr 'y.
All unaware that he was but a pawn sv-Tpatihey-t" he said softly, his lower Dick Pne together for a val, but he o
in his fair .lady's game, John Sherwood voice barely audible above the rum- itave Marion oh my nud 1
leaned forward in his'seat and regard- bling of the train. "Do yvu not un- ton take Iouldrns. T'cun to
ed her wi with wondering, delighted eyes. derstand? I love you-t! enough an switch of so that it dously
This sudden graciousness, this unex- It seems to me I have always loved ap arut. iTh;t ought to hat
plainable nervousness, the flushed, half you, but I did not dare hope for you- well," he declared, brigl
averted face, bore but one interpreta- until today-and now"- "And after all l's oiiiy f'o
tion to his eager lover's heart. She was The lights of the great c:ty flared ings and a day."
inexpressibly dear to him, this slender, in the sky as the tr.' '.iJ)t l -.totin Mrs. Ferris, r.-ii;u:irt- he
capricious maiden; how dear he had ly into the Grand Cu,.irrl tti.tt.. Un- nrLyitabSle, essayed a smile,
never before quite dared to say, but der cover of the confusion lie bent and t'-'e" she said stoicall
now- pressed his lips lightly to her gloved oest we caI do. We'll try.',
They had found seats on the river- fingers, then regarded her with radiant. Dinner, however, was no
side. The setting sun shot a quivering triumphant eyes. Despite the best efforts o

crowned the opposite mountain. with .: '* .1 the head so like Oit,prtuoit.y constraint was i, the air. g .
soft golden light. She made mental own and tvauw.' on iL Ii in pI.itiJus culiar fatality that so ofi
note of the yellow splendor. Of course benediction, Margaret i-dly t him an made to order talk the sub
there was no river in her story but answering smile. "You are eloquent ed upon were usually the m

sunset glory would be a fitting back- ullth sudden miachiefg that met ranging from unhappy mar
ground for her hero's Impassioned ap- "I admit that I was pretty bad," vorce and from an excuse
peal !sughel. "but don't you think that for stancy to a reason for decE
John leaned toward her. "arg'iret," a heroine you yourself were rather"-, in the hangman's house nep
he said impuls~vely, "did you ever hear "You see, he wluet bald after all, the rope," says a proverb.
why Opportunity is supposed to have she 'terrupted Irrelevantlyhow the rope always will
doom bald head? self. By the time the four
Se turned he'r head with a resentful The Women of tihe Cromwell ramiy. ed to the drawing room :
litShorte gesture. He was beginscaping bad- erl t',,.tI ,t~v award fa iy, but w l state of nervous
ly. No bald head, even that of Oppor- he ctip OlvL'her with qui.d eldest most be.ourselves to thce.
unity, hisiad a place in her picture of dvoher should actually take a our- quest gMarion e of bridge
youth and shifting golden lights and eye ders to Hampton court to l.e pennted restored her equanimity. C
passionate appeal; then, remembering tse his lt.i"y the kiag. Tradition d ap over the card table waso
her role of heroine, she nodded with alf you, bu that l did not dare hope te shadow limited. Ad so the evening
forced little smile. but o a e t' such as had befnllen no oth- "But I otilld see that pf

With a faint, grinding protest the er ...:,*.i, monarch loomed darkly was bored to death," adr
train stopped at Dobbs Ferry. A girl jvLe' tiat s:Lme king, Elizabeth pleaded Ferris to her husband when
with two small children In tow entered !o- his life. It ij3,i very well have guests were safely enseon<
the car; behind her trailed a woman Ot n so. Th1 prUte'tor's wife and own rooms. "She hates car
In somber widow's weeds. Margaret omoIh- "ou'. w'ingl have had few- forme, I never knew wh<
rejected the children as being too Ir honors and mose security. The lat- playing spades or without.
sticky, but the sunset, the widow's or', w',)'.u he had .,r i.mlt tip to White- else was there to do? She
garb of woe in sharp contrast to the hnil to be near h;tn, was wont to ex- fully upset when I told her
hero's imlia.s!.,ued declaration-- -:m at. every gun she heard fired, coming. She flushed all up,
"Because Opportunity's head is Int at son's arms that the tried to murmur somett
bald," went on John's dogged voice, it ars iU tUat sons arms th th the please not minding. It
"no one can grab him from behind- venerablet- e expired at the age of hasn't seen him since the d
after he has passed, you know-but iinae-four, d'-i.'rg him to bury her quarrel. So of course it wa
front hls hair Is long"- in some quiet cemetery and by no for her. What shall we dc
"Oh!" she cried faintly. "Would he means in Wetmiunstcr abbey. But Ol- row?" distractedly. "And if
never have done with that head':" All Ver have t other I wt e, and. to But It did not rain. The'
her artistic sense arose in mute rebel- hat royal sepulcher the remains of Ing gayly over the tree tol
lion. Even the dimple in her chJn re- l.bath were borse with all the with himni, a perfect day o
treated In sweet d liint "", -p that befitted the obsequies of a 'gold. The morning was
H-sting shouted the conductor, 'Jn. Also. poor woman, she was not through with at church, a
The train slowed down gently-stopped peirtiteu., to rest In peace. With the leisurely stroll home It wa
The train slowed down gently-stopped e1-tora.ion came a royal mandate for luncheon. The Robinsons i
-puffed slowly on again. John, too the casting f,'rth of certain bodies the road, the Burnbams
deeep in his strugnlf with Opportumity n hoe unauthorized dust might not the river and one or two oth
to heed the signs of gathering storm on mlugle wlh that of England's highest. in for the midday meal.
his fair lady.% face, rushed on to his Tw.vety-oue co;i les were exhumed and Inson greeted Miss Trevoi
impending doom. thrown into a pit. The-mother of Oil- concealed Joy.
is long," e repeated, o th ver ( romwell does lIdeed sleep be- "I didn't know that you V
only way to get hold of him is to gra uneath the shadow of historic Westmin- country!" he exclaimed.
him when youhe ee aciouses ster, but it Is in a: dishonored grave.- laughed.
Absence of the. swee raiouse f London Queen. O ani gQing home tomo
"1s, a ~ s* .,a-s^ ,v st .al s' &-r*^ ^-'- .. .. *- *-

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L lo Lj I i Ij r w

li 'I .-.-..l oif \l., 1i f'r ;awh!ile atI les -tt
.'.Ar-1 1.,.' n. r It.- ,It'l lr gl ,w;s had
titIl..eii tLiLir l .ea\ -, Hiarris 'l n-Lii,.,Laii"e. l
hb latentitonl of tOillinig a lbri-k walk
Mr-,. F'eri-'" s;),rit- lieapel uipwarl
Shi IJ jBob c-uull -Isae part ,f their
day. ta..-iri4n up a trowel, she has-
it.ed into the gi'i'.,i after her bus
band. Their Suiudays wer very proe
elous to ith.n.
It was late when they re-entered the
houWe. Mrs. Ferris, her hands all grub-
by despite the g.-t'-1'mAi:i gloves she
essayed to wear and which usually re-
posed ou the ner '-t bush, fled up-
stairs tom'nake a hasty toilet. On pass-
ing she oast a glance about the girl's
room. Empty! Downstairs the front
door slammed. Then again It opened
and .sh'..! y'mrs. FI-rris, .feeling ver."
guilty, w:(r'atbn.lid wildly into her frock.
How fearful to leave tl r 'two alone!
Had Marion Hot been off r'. ;.-r with'
young ltobiisou they would All have
gone for i drive together aad there
would have been no such cout t'l'"-ip-..
Butt utow, alsorflod ilu her garden, she
had q.iit., far.' ,ti'u her r L .i :libilities
as hostess.
Still !i little breaith-'i fromrn t'i
haste, lj.- !1 v l.\\-li tIlt- .- .i 'lhetu,
ar-'e.ste .I I_ it' t '. i: 11 '" '.'i,.o ii, l the
dr, l^ iii:., r, .', u ;Ji'- .',,rr -' -tJl;.,eI
sbol mi...
They w roi liil;ing, atu ;l., t:ilL.llu-.
In ,.il.o. liWe i':i.--d Ih ,lhnut .ri'.y
"ALII tliN 1.- 1i t.itive y the ver.i Grst
chanllie l' h .1 to.i sl .ik a M war.I to
YoLi." ',nt pl i ,-.l t I \ .oi. e. unu li- itk.
ably 1Iel' ,ini g ti iarr']i. "Last night
playi'.M :.i' 1 anl PI.i' '1h this morn-
ing. .All tileii to .-j ,.tl; %ut' this after-
ui..m \-it, that l;b ib ns.,n tid."
ll. ll you >e,'n.m atl Ir''fectly c':'ntcnt
w ith .,1uir'h.I -j eat ," jutt- ii ,4 irited
r.-,pon 1 r.hi.ii,'t c're anythlug ajuUlt
Harry Rolt'-.ou." rather vague3a.
*, % I. 1 1 .' ^^ i^ -^n

j.' ; t i t to

thing about. Murilel Health," was\ tis re-
tort. "She was only sayliig what a
bully girl you were and il hjw much she
admired you. I could hardly disagree
with htrr" --In nil aggrieved tone.
"Come, now, Mari.,n" -- the voice
changed nbruptly- hav-ben't we been
foolish Iong euno ugh?"
"Well." satld lthe girl reluctantly.
Mrs. Ferim, utter, ing a little asp,
caught at the drawing room curtains.
There, his arm about the girl's waist;
her eyes looking happily up itto his,
stood Harris and Marion, the two that
Mrs. Ferris and Bob had worked so
faithfully to keep apart. At sight of
her both started and flushed guiltily.
But Mrs. Ferris, a sudden sparkle of
comprehension dawning In her great
gray eyes, stepped forward.
"Marion!" she demanded. "Marion,
did you know-did you guess-that
The girl, over whose face the rosy
waves of color were flooding, tried to
steady her traitorous lips.
"Well, I-I didn't know whether he
would come or not,'" she confessed,
"but--but I wrote that I would be

The Ghost Quit.
With the aid of 'the two candles
which I lighted I discovered the grate
In the wall near the head of the bed,
and on examining it elu.:ely 1 perceived
that there was a fire in it. The grate
would have held quite a double hand-
ful of coal if carefully put tri; the fire,
which seemed to be flickering so feebly,
had yet had the energy to draw all the
warmth of the chanimlbr up the chim-
hey, and I stood shiverlug in the tem-
perature of a subterranean dungec'n.
Thbe place instantly gave evidence of
I being haunted, and the testimony of my
nerves on this point was corroborated
1, the spectral play of the firelight on
the ceiling when I ble'w out my candles.
In the umilddle of the illght I woke to
the sense of somn'tdIng cr'oping- with a
rustling noise over the floor. I rejected
the hypothesis of. my bed curtain fall-
ing into place, through I remembered
putting it back that I might have light
to read myself drowsy. I knew at once
'that it was a ghost .walking the uight
there, and walking hard. Suddenly It
ceased, and I knew why. It had been
frozen out.-W. D. Howells in Harper's

Excessive Water Drinking.
Dr. K. Beerwald of Berlin is opp sed
to the free drinking of water So often
advised. He says: Exesosire water
drinking not only produces temporary
disturbance; it also creates direct or-
ganic disorder The heart A nd kid-
neys are particularly affected by the
excess, and in these cases the vascular
system is overcharged and the heart
and kidneys overworked. Proof of such
a condition is frequently seen In cases
of slight injury. A man who suffers
frequently from thirst bleeds easily.
and we may well consider that excess-
lyve thirst is a sign thnt the amount
of fluld in the body is not kept within
"bounds and that this condition must
be remedied by opposing the; feeling
of thirst."

~ ~ O IL 'jpij c: t r vo UI~ W .

~t l)~ 'JI~S A.,j t. tI WOtben'..vc1blen yte
i~u~, ufzi w .'kj or e 'L.11ift~,Ieftl
lurn el. JIUt o f thbe ke6tin t

-'7' Ki f-d I~r .~i:rtuL,'-T~ es-..hoivit
!L I~v ii ,,,)rt. It Is tio n ci' n i -'2in tl f

Urtlet i t byasi, ld bekuei~. s?
Jiw ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I thrh. I cf t. F *' )e

(l l-I1 ween dLi-s it can bt road f tb Tltn ,. -.
alufi-o aniy form. When the, article 4I
('onijilete It c'an be scraped diuootf,
thenO given a high polish.

A Very Slck Bny.
l. trk TwiL'i on his last visit to lil,
illJ] c1-)l:,iii.l, ( Uo.-tol, A t9,.tfx ',
f'hool ,hilldnr'u a r..e bl y al.'-;t a
"This boy," he asald. "-awoke ,'oni
Luorniiig very ill. Ilia groau.s alarin'e
the buusehold.. 'he tdocto%, Walr s:-r'
for and came posthastee. .. ;
...Well,' s:ild the doct,6r * 'he eoi-
ltered the sickroom, "what is the t. ro.
ble?" .
*'A pain iin my side,' said the boy
"'Any pain In the head?',
* "'Ye s, sir.'
'Is the rlht lht-:d s viIf'.'
*A little.',
"'How about the, right fot
'ihat'si stGff too.' .
."The doctor winked e't L't
r l, 'tlier.
'Well,' he said,. 'you're pre
but you'll be able to go to s. ,
Monday. Let me see, today I
day and'-
"'Is today Satiirday? .
In a vexed lone. t'.ti. it ii \...
Frilny '
'Halt' an hour later tl.: b-. ,
hi;i :.i,'' health tlud ,)t up,. I
pIacKed hiu .off' to schoolo. r i
Friday after ul."-l'h'i.i,-e:'.,: ,.
Wo 0nt.or ot h.
V.'ordswnrth 'contIdered "The C.ycu..
'-iu" hlis l.e.-r nd next to It "'*-T1
l.hitr, Doe of' Ryl:;tone." Wnr'.s 7or'b
',iil thit v.-hemi he fir.-t th-orght s'rl'
ins.ly of be ing a Ipoet be loaded iut.q
iilau-lIf to see howv he wns flited for
.he work- and seemed' to flud there"
-"that first great gift, the vtllal sou'" '.
.-t enteuimL which ah l '-1a ."i" "t, "'

t.' pe1 i a -u~~U.)

Luter people may .Tmna RDT.- .-
a pas.aly faiir opilufqn of bi:i e ,,
,r..q uienly expressed bhla opV'.v *, .
,.wu poetry and once said thAt .
widened the domain of the p" .
whulu field deemed Irreclaimabli,'.

Mosei, am a Sunl'.t4.iEt.
Mlos, himnselfl Va, u ,salit.t..1ta ,
no niton accomplishments, ar.,l ,. .
of ilj, principles establthiabd by. hih i a ,..
sanitnry science might well be exp..i"t-
ted In modern times. The type of c.i,, p
whihe he established for the letc'.. vi
of unfortunate lepers, well nmou'.e .
suit modern principles, would s :
the check, and practical elimiL. .: i
consumption.-Scientiflc Ameri.mn.



7 l experienced armer
has learned that some.
grains require far differ-
ent soil than others.
some crops need differ-
enthandling than others:
He knows that a great
deal depends upqn right
planting at f the right
time, and that the soil
must, b kept enriched&
No 'use of complaining
in summer about a mis-
take made in the spring.
Decide before the seed
is planted. I ._.
'gibest time to reme- -.
dy wasting conditions in
the human body is-.bd-
fore the evil is too.deep
rooted. At the first evi-
dence of loss 6f eash

Scott's Emuisiori
should be tak n imfe-
diately. .There is rioth-.
ing that will. rep.6
wasted f s siCe 1
quickly or replace lost
esh more abundantly
than Scott's Emulsion.
It nourishes and buid-
up the body when o'rdl-
nary food absolutely
We'lie -senr e munfU

you .ta'
,. r .t BO at tNis

V f ot 0 Pea4 l 9
S. d i,,:
al draug.


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'lie sir. Tarpon amlived from the
-*-nlth at noon. Friday, and from the
wivst at 9:45 a. m. yesterday.
'l ~chr. Clo'pt a- arrived- fom
'ensacalp Satunrdav evening. *
TIq sclibr. Lucy H.. freighted with
Dav] s'toreo fioit North Bay canipl,
i siled for Pensacola, [TueasdAy even-
. .i 'g. ./


S:: BA
Capacity 13 tons--I, I repaired to deliver
u- nialer .it any noi,t'on St.. Ai.drew
Btay at One I)bllnr idnl 'i.tv C ta p.i
thou f- t. I'dI robtige noli*!fitU- -Ad
Sdresa I.. C). VI S, Allanton, F in.

.w"^Wie.a. Wf-.an *-'. 7- P'OPUETOH "
io'j tl t iun ,piteldd,. coidltitnr. to take ex-
\%-^ryi' e ar. ir.iia"nger', to a9v point on.
''- G hllf., (,G'-ui cabin protection
t'. a- ifftln exeuil of bad ei'ili,>r. Terms reas-
*- m',able. Also...
B G. B A U E M M A,;
'- 'g'W acIty I,00 f,.of o, Lornml er witl Ferry
etweua Farindilde iud Allhlton .on E.i. t
S'.Lay And %il- ,Jli dik lf'reight vf,evety de-
ftcript4inu..incl-rdiug .liva stock (to anv
P.ohil t'o. t A iiJre' % s my. Froi particu-.
I i.,r. nit r R WV. v. \WOoDvIltD, ,Farin-
dal i:l Fla. .

,Mllakes regullir -r*'is hIetween .t., Anf
'" "lr e Bay itid P.u!aacijlu_., Gopd p'asseu-
ger accom'moda iou'3 ail special atten-.
S lio p:Lid t'd handliDg aiid cii r, ing freig hi
i, 'St reasoln lile rattle. For pinliciuldrra d-
dies, L. L. WARE, Agent,
St. A\.ilu ow. F l..

i'ACh'ElT .'C ION I" I

.Equipped With Two Gasoline Eagines,

T., s Wa. tih't- v e r Y',r-1 Monili
;t irI ,.r le:.'?. ',i 6-ii 11i v.rv t'buL i i I',
.i t r.il l ie gi .e t> o e r~i4-vinii ani
....scf, 'g x . r .. ar b .Wiz g i.,
. .. , Ocm "t ,' i.Y, /4 ',i.cg ,ia io,
:. ; a td i 'r.-t r ipt trau -

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iank Warrant) Deeds.short lurin
lmrii.lt. on good linen paper, 2L-)-' per
dozen: also blank reeCipl tab-l OU re-
ceipts in a block,O10c each, at the Buoy
-When you want a pleasant laxative
take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver,
Tablets. For sale by Ware Bros. &
Co., St. Andrew and Bayhead and all
medicine dealers.
* -The young people ot St. Andrew
and their neighboring associates will
celebrate the advent of the New Year
by a social dance at Ware's Hafl on
New Years n t.
--You never have and may never again
have an opportunity to get so fine a
fountfu pen for so little money as you
can now by complying with the condi-
titns of the coupon to be found else-
where on this page.
--Wizard Ink Tablets,Price, per
box 10 cts. Put' uptight Tablets in a
box. One boxluakes ten ounces splen-
did ink. Economical permanent; abso-
lutely indellible, covenient, non-corro-
'sive. At. the Buo office
--Hiumaildme letter heads with St-
AndrewR fla\ date line and iows of
,','. ,. .. .. "l- it-.* ^ t.h --Sf Ir t*,

St. Andrews Bay country on bark of a
letter sheet at I5c. per dozen, at the
Buoy office -
-If all who wfsh to put upaF rst.
claes article 'of Japanese cane syrup
for family u e, will sond me-tutn ii jugs,
bottles and fruit" jars, I will fill them
with syrurp, hot from the eyvporatorm
at 35 cents per gallon. E. W. TOMPKINS
Tompkins, Fla.
-The mercantile business of W. TH.
Parker & Co. at Parker is offered for
sale. If reasons are wanted for the
orange, Mr. Parker says lie has too
many irons in the fire. For particulars,
call atthe store-o. address W. 1-. Par-
ker, Parker, Fla.
'-Mr. E. r.- Tc mpkins ( f Tompkins
has tie thanks of Vie Buoy ieir a half-
ga.lon sI.mle of his Japanese cane syr-
tip, which is ,certain'y fint,;. By refer-
Le-C tO aU1 it(,m elaCwbtert in ti.,, ti -
p. r ni, rit it. will bo so', n that- N'r
Todin l' lia is prepared to till v',-sels
vwi-i his syrii., h,, f,',n ih hr 'x '.i-)or'ator
fur as many as furnishthein, at 35 crnts
per galo9.
-The property lists of'.Buoy lairons
who )ar dependin.' upomn it to at',:lid it
tle pa.\vyineat-of their taxes, are now in
tbe bands of tihe tax collectors o01
Wasbisytbn ana Calho.ueqountles and,
as eoon 4 heir statements are reejei ed
edth of the owners will be notified om
tho several amounts due from them for
-the tax of 1903, and promp.atbtention to

'9(!i- "r"p'a.rna other .

M. lt e r bore at-

i^t Io& wse es revert unto himself
4t h uJ 11r wLth manifold measures of happiness
t?. ?' i ahl* at MIa-p proeit.rity throughout the year,
?H a gi,: It rait 111' k tM l eow-before- us.
S'Peuiair?.. "i :iierAi -Mr. A. .. Gay, one of the principal
., ,'krd iaujl e riLtiM Jn I the. so.- 'pr-omotrs ui the B.. C: & St. A RI. R.,
.'-.S ..' ..t r .~m~l"..1 ,'<.. i& reported in the Pen 'adolit Journal as
S .. i. rl .,rI ,.. t.iayr. ing tlhit "theri'e was ab. t 14 mniles
S-' "-'---r ------------. ..... --.. -...... uif ilhu road ready four the rails except
I, ''- il' \lll I'I r. ui t6 'CU 6101mi %%o1mld po'-.-ibly t.LkW
0.1'.A:', i'u tollotii t,,l], .. tI,,. ,axi- rhreu weeks LO tiUt. lh up aid jul. a;s
. ,, .I.ium., ruiininiiim mi'l inimi-u liiteii'ra- diion xti thiis wtladone the rail \\oumld be
u:re., lie I.i,'lill hi mid di'e mih ii itf ih,: luid ads ie ties were alre.idy ilistriluit-
,.. i, for t .he twiL- l t.om" L, i.'T ,li imig ed aloug he rniglit of %way. \Vlien asK-
'.. 7 O'OIfuc p Jin.. :; iii l" t l '. i, I.'. I ed bow lona before the traiius would be
,... m..t ilent N.l-f-r... i rinei,, ti i mium- r'un11ing betw,.ee i (flipley arid the bay,
'M'e rs. .l.>'-MiM i lvn. t'-U. W 'I Mr. Gay said that May li. wuu'd be a
7' D -...0 60 - sale estimate."'
-.' 21 Li .c 0 -, , I 0a) w
",. 22 i U 5 .5 u, \V -The Clristmas. Tree unti.rLa'ninent
.' ; ,- .. 23 4o '46 5 3 .001 t the M. E, church last Saturday
"' 45 29 4) i n aightl, likeall previous events of that
S5 45. 9' 4 .00 nw character, and as future ones doubtless,
S. t-,,wu;, k. -56 1 47 15113.76 will always be, was a pronounced buo-
. ." cess' Notwithstanding a drizzling rain
R- RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. prevailed, which deterred many from
'Rev. J. NI Conway will preiacti in the venturing out, tA4e church was crowded
1M. E. ch urch next Sunday morning and it seemed as .though every chiki's
and even g. hand in Aown went up when his or her
'."< Rev .T. C. Johnon 'of Pratt Gity, name was called t .receive the pres-
Ala.. Presiding Eldifr of the Auniaton n f
dlstrot of the l. E. church will con- ents taken for them f'om. ths heavily
duct reylval iie ,nugs i, the M. E. laden tree. After the customary song
S'' iureb- eommenncing Wednesday even- and prayer opening, a ilhort, but pretty
S ., Jan. 3. The meetings will continue
S0very- si ht (or two or three weeks. program vas presented, participated int
.verykboyi welcome. Meetings will entirely by oweut little children, none
'.-.; Commente at 7.30 sharp. S.oug service of them' more tlian 7 or 8 years old, a
t 7:15. qarilotte by four little girls beiig, per.
IjUulon S undlai Sebo6l will be con- hips, the moet pleasing number; but
evry Sarndyp at 10 they all did io well it' would not seem
.i - ... -,,c .~ -. .fair to Inaise one number in.prefertnqe
p" Ta i ~ oi. m :eettlnK every Thursdav eve-. . ..lr,
j,*, 'it" "8 m'eelok everyu Th' sda E. a.' 9oihers. A realistic representation of
17..ve" bo'dy id cordially invited to all of a blick chimney had been improvised
".thelle evrvices. by Rev. Conw.Ay, through which Santa
S,7.. T-- -- Claus, ably persohated by P. M. Grills,
vI1 Mad Cim llae. made his appearance, much to the de-
Millions ru6h in mad chaso after light of the children, who were on the
health, from one extreme of laddism to qui vive o' expectancy when it was an-
another, when, if they wvuld only eat bounced that he would shortly, arrive.
good food and keep their bowels regu- One little girl created a laugh by-ask-
lar..wth Dr. King's New Life Pills .ing tlaim "where he left Mrs. Santa
Stir troubles would all pass away Cleus?" and another asked him "what
.'. .Piompt relief and-quick' cure for liver he gave her to eat?n As these were
ad stomach .trouble. 25c. at A. H. questions for which Santa was evidently
Sirake's8-corei .uaranteed. not prepared, it is doubtful if they. were
''" A Cne o( "ro.oun. answered to the enlightenment of the
T' .uTmmIuy MulIgat of the. seventh child questioners. While it may be
;'made was abnutut f.r.A the class r,om juestione4 whether this plan of mis-
f'r or.e entire day. It would appear leading the minds of the children as to
S 1.:: he had played truant, for, un- the character of Santa Claus is exactly
., kno-n to Toniny. his teacher had sped the e)rrect thing, they soon outgrow
k!Iu tm-:.igI-g ho'mcw'.ar with pockets the mythical delusion and the hlappi-
b'lir.' :igi supirpt' -ou.Qy when she, too,
rr. ,(wan-d houna that afternoon. aess they--enjoy at witnessing the un-
But T lemtilivy brought a note of excuse loading and receiving the presents from
\ tt rw\t LiU'-;".'. which, 6f course, the troe may,,perhaps atone, as a par-
Would prowe that he had been detained donablo excuse for the delusion.
at lron; .-L Y.2jt.Lnl,-'y. The wr'iriu was *----.* .----
harly Lhnt '' f ihnine handl and( ..-.-. ,.
Sthe bte appeared to havw becn written ". .o ." ;" you'v
Sla'm' rtlai,'y '1t'l1 with Mueb blottingl ;: .- e ::c for !.Iilin'- thjs
S 'urtiut'"erin c. the penmanlstip seelt ;.:i i:'r i'i h:Iv to put a ;orta.tge
to bL .*trtngly. familiar. to bis teacher. i u1'y far1U. ('u.n't you help :ne out af
Th pel0pte read as follows: j ;le?"
S"le.r t^ -her--P'loese exeus Tomy "1 guess I cnn," replied the enter-
Sfor nt corv.tng to school yestiddyu' he prislung lawyer. "Tell you what I'll
eudiot cOwte I tore y pilfts.-Mrsi. do. I'll dfiaw up the mortgage at half
MiulFigaa '-Pbhladetphta Iaqulrer, ratea."-Philadelphia Bulletin.

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it with a la ll lr i) 'i l 'oderni c:.i; i.
hit'., l! ;- or tr.. t s (; w ith a pi'l od L _Cadt-
eri. th.u (O. yli s l;''r socond.Itl

siti oi ti Noi lity.
Nv.Ilhibor--'.iow vdid your daugliteir's
nimail'ige wilh thitt eount trirn out?
Mrs. Brickrow--Ier last letter states
thatlhe has spent all h,:'T mn:uey, an..1
slie is taking in washing; Itt, then. I
presume, she wa-l.hn ouly for the no-

Grip Quickly Knnekedl Out.' It ;, :
"S,)me ww" ks :io duirin,- thi' s.tri? the t rr
winter wveatthl-i lioMl n.y ,fe and in\ --lI tru.li, ullj
contracted .-ume ctldI 'whinh sP.vd dl' Miasnvi
developed into *i xor-st-kiipd of ',t gripped jgin and iI
with all its nmi. i; l.,le s-mnloon. ," .ny-. e .- ale s- t
Mr. J. Egleston of' M .ale L nindino, I.. \. f,,.i eit 1.
"Knees and j ints .. ching, uin ',.'.S 3lr.'. J. B il'

head stopped un, eyvs and no-., rnnir.in
with alternate rpells of chill; an-d fe'er
W e -'began, using Chomerl,'in' ('P.t,,li
ftemedy, aiding lthe s L ts wit., Cia.ril..-
inii's Stowava h ,ni, Lm'.er T.I .IL iS, 'r.ol Ir
J 0- - A, .1


grfin." 'I b .'e "Pal ,-.t'A >,, ort, ,i I-.vt yv
action of the bowels, liver and Ikidinep'
which.tJt always beneficial when the .as:
in is congested In i %c1,ld or at.,ck ,f
-the grip. For -lo ,1, *v W r B ir' -. & ('..
St. Andrew aud H'.Bvh'nd and all ,ie.li-
cine dealers.
No Confederate Snpreme Court.
"It is a curious fact," said a New Or-
leans man. "that the Confederate con-
gress never created a supreine court.
The matter was t.>f:orp the li>.'ihioiul,
congress, but no statute wn, ever
passed au:horIlzln such a tril-tmi. l.
'"It was In a it-I.alte ove-r ilm! very
topic in the CUu1f'.",terit s.niatf th.,t lH.
personal eteounrer oetw(..-n k; it 11il
of 'teirgki andN WYlliatm L. Y:in,'-y of
abaunla oc':iurru.l. Thie F~ptnto wn, in
executive ,,i.:>e. The .,eour;'.l sn0a-
tor was sl-iikllng in fnror of IJ'? eursa-
tion of a c.,urt oft last r'.-')rt who<
powers sb .ulil in a way Le l.nlied.
YnuceyM 1o !ol*d on tll lild I tL-.i lii-k-
fve.r. l dI lur;iig ithe ci, urse of Ihil'.1
reo''iark ; .' l. iin rr:i:pt.'d w ith ti' iiisult-
;'n *ltatc.'.'i, tLi it II;l11 bh g .,.n' ut-
tl.'ancl ? to a it. .N .) -.,-,ner hui ; i;,.e-l
tile olfi -vn v ,,-r.. 'd than LItII. :,'..,;i
ur nn ik;ian, bh;rl"! It *thi great
f01,?e at hi 'I ati'lc ._r. 'L T ..,gla!;s '.-,iqck
Y.t!,.n''". r.:& the eye. i iiir't-:;. a ?, ;:
w 'n.',h,. tl.,l t id. l:g b' ril DO |l riiimlh .t
miijtury. aJi.loug j storle'- %'ert tr':ire c'ir-
L!,t thit the l.l,1v, finally eaund. hb.
.,.ah."---, lih~gt-m Post. ,



Kidney. Trouble Makes You Misratile.
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Almmt. p-Yerybody who reads IhA ne.s
papers ii- surjo l knoww qf.the' wundjiu
", -" ,,. .. rd 'x di e by ,
01 fl a ey" ;1'.8;
3- a d' t1sIe1 re.ried',.
I Ui]t.sthe gLat. m-n.di
-calJtiuui'ph of th ni.rc
i denth century. d:.
covered after ye;'.t c
Sclenl fic research e
7 Dr. Kilnier, thr eml
Sent kidney and blad
y""" der. ispecaliat, arid i
on>.rfully *suctes il in promptly ctti'in
a'-i ,., rjneyv'..bladder, turi-: acid irci.
',-, n h' .c Liea.e, v.'hich I. thel wor
.:r o f' kiine trouble.
p.:lm-r's Swanip-Root is not r&c
..-, e,.'e.i f jr f 'rev-r 'thing but if you h .,'ekid
S. i.er or Lla.1dd'-r tr.ub'e it-v.,il b0 four
,..*-l r.:r.*:-]-', :.,.n,-d. It ha b- r ieste
.. ;..,,' .'/:. in n:-pital v.o!k, in .'rivat
.- '.:. a;r.riig i. h':lple s tI:.o po:l" to pur
r. .:i ar t,. -i pioveid t o :u. -ful i
.- '.- ,' t 'r -i a src.cial anrian .rc,,t hs
S- r. l h/ i;.:' ~ill reader; ,:. ih.: pape
I i..', n .t alt ricd it, rr.', ave
.r i L : .le:-iat f.:e by mail, a:.c a boo1
S.. r.:.e: .b.ut S':.amp-Roc.t and b w t
,J c ri y..ju ha'.'-;:idney or b'ad.A er I:-.-.ubl1
'. : .. i'-r mnii n read'irg Th's 'cnerou
-fzr in'this paper and f'-.r
end vour address to
.r. Kiimer & Co.,Bing- :'.
&amton, N. Y. The K -
agular fifty cent and Home of swamp-Root
"'Car siues atre sold by al, good drugg.;3a.
Don't make any mistake, but remen
bor the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Ki
mer's Swamp-Root, and the address,
Binghamton, N. Y., on every bottle
Cc, n;.".i.'a>, Sl,; ...
Our best carrot.; a-n -Idj' ') .'
makei" .. 'W e .have. ..'- rr.,,; -
1ng1s to 45 r,]hin : '.r i. "
tO .e .A. n. TL. a. .;. n. -' "t
CeaC inL ; t 'h .old afhi :.:'!:-i t i :. '
tion un ourt ba . [t Lie .' i .
:rtop thrnm Ihto ocean -'..arr I. j. A:
vwho lait ourselves lkz.i v., whit L:, '-.-
"hn.l,:i? ., V L if a; onIlI ''..V ; c: II
;;gximent of. rcarrot-s for l jam faceton;-
tile firm wouid soo:i behn t-l relprT+. 1
would n t',do. I say emphaticnily Jl.i
-the Very pest Jam-i,-,i bi,' n,..] i
made from carrots auil vrg --tlable Luir
rows.-Letter In Londoii Mall.

Torture of a Pionchelr.
The story of the torture of R-%-. 0
D. Moore, pastor of the Baptist el:iur'li
of Harnersville, N. Y., will intir.-
you. He s5ys. "I .suffered agonies be
cause of a persistent cough. resulting
from tfe grip. I had to.Msleep sitting u
in bed I tried many remedies withon
relief until I tookoDr. King'sNewDiscov-
ery for Consumption, Coughs and Cold
which entirely cured my cough and
savdd me from consumption."' A granc
c-ire for diseased condition of the throat
and lungs At A. H. Brake's. Price
50c 'and $1; guaranteed. Trial bottle

Make sure a yield of quantity and
quality. Whenyour fatherplanted
Ferry's, they were the best on the
market, but they have been improv-
ing ever since. We are experts In
flower and vegetable set ds.
1900 Seed Annual, beautifully lilu-
trated, free to al lapplicants.
D. M. FERRY & CO., Detroit, Mich.




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fl ul ftte to ,;i v,"' ti r'nl1.li'e
lu. torture rf iil'Q. "I crOi

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1hi 1 p il,.- i ln ,.1l ti' A .rl t M;
IT b,- t enr,-, mal, ." .A 1-,' Ib,, f
iurm'ns l inj riuri'-". 2-.". nt A
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_W here Good T.. ., : .c sol-.
S'On the coinier n cq- lo rlues for .
SDiamonds.. Waghe., C. Ci. C.
S" Come in and Lo-a! T:i4 done, the
sales wiUl take care of ihen-ilve.




j~fl7'-A.7 Yy-i N I
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s ays the doctor to m6 ny of his lady patients, becau-e he doesn't
knew of any medicinal treatment "that' will positively cure womb or
ovarian troubles, except the surgeon's knife.
That such a medicinee exists, however, has been proved by-the
wonderful cures performed on diseased women, in thousands of
cases, by

W .. .

1 "OF Wom Ki Relief
SIt has saved the lives of thousands of weak, sick women, and
h rescued thousands of others from a melancholy lifetime of
ronie invalldism. If will cure you, if you will only- give it a chance.
: Sold at everjytrugtore In $1.00 bottles. TryIt.


freely add franldy, In strictest confti-
Sdente,. telling us all your troubles.
l.? Waewfl send Free Advice (In plain,
- seated envelope). Address: Ladjs'
.i Advisory Dept., The Chattanooga
SAledicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
r.- *>;ii .-, .. .. 7 -p.',w- ,

-"I wore a supporter for years, for
my womb, %lii.ih h.id cro'Aded ej'ry-
thing dv..,n b-f.re- it. n,-t sMrs. S. J.
Clrisman,ofAl\.inn,\ll!e N. Y. "Isif-
Fred urnt.ldi m, .,,rv iJd ould hardly
v.i' Alitr tal in C irJui -1 g -'e up -,
mni supporter and c.,ni n.:.w be (on Bay
feet half a day at a time." '
T," .- '

o' E-'i '' -' '

S1 v9 pu'r- V -- ; 7 &^;!" i: r --, ,- ;.
.... ,.' ,'.i.. .. ,., t e... "., ' ? *>' W ti-l r '"' or detentiqan from busiaS&,; Cmitwgiocaj ltiood ,?osison
Urad ne6vr tO-',ti4, lTt e.O rCr m, ra l t r Lo.s of t, .
--K---'- V "-:r.Pe ti rn,!- 'i d "]1o st ila'! t butpeitr ane t. ;.
S ". 'I ;. .':. a is tit i org nizelund r t :
S '.* /' :, "':" ".>-* la- ..i i' i ;' ,.t ,*7' (7' for the tr, -i,,, ent a .. i .,i.-' ,, ,il
\ rvO .'i:flic'. e1c Dr. .' K. '- -. , : oi '
1 *. r ._' ';.. \: th anlit.Ita A i 'thecblef(. ,".. .. .. r, be ia s d. ; I
S by c staff io c ',c :, eit plhysihci :-.,1aud t; be in a ss. " i
1 n f ^ Oar s'Tceiw :o tio t'e i&''t o r ctLrnici dc cases 'i unaupas-
S.g' ed; w w i ...' A' lect.' ia ; orrcl .
' Oaro. . I v ti.e :u nic, faradic better-
.'. -' .'- '- t, -'-.. .'-: .A r ,'d in ,cna ; i ct, everyelectrici l ;

j, (juPia aajtnt
". e .1 . > ,cel,- ,... ,. L,,. ..'

ll I, ? t, I< ,\.- ,,"i'*~'~^' e. Tbr' ni"'- 'ei' i i''' m l -' t h''l j "I ( i" In' anl/e i O .
s yV \ .. 'P- Z I -I [*" 'C. '. '- ''.-.' ." n" r .
n' '- BEST j :thi'ix-; ST RA-F E' IS.2 0 v I

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1 I' o. 1. v' flvad of tm e 3ii..ul .mi Sl-ni r' e Ag mien .lm i E'al (',I lege S a.-: -1 1
- vise Amerietibfarmers to cultiva.1e i nso.jIng. ig profits ar-e realized. It
is' a hami,:v Aiuit. and isj easily' grot '. A bulletin issued by t'he Pensy -
p va.nia Stte Ctile-e in pit : I say: '' Tie ;tipi of na tive Gi seeing root is
t r pidly ,Ii u l nii-hTii, ali ti e i)iee 1,0r p:und is cori'eih lAoUt lirgly l. icreasmmig.
- while tihe i.:mlit. dernand for the drug i;t. Cthimna stands" as a guaranteed otf a
,a sleadv rii.,I klt for' Glisetig :-n tihe u tui e. C (onsul Gerielial Rnb!ee of
Ho ing KA i. s r .- in the U. t S. Consular IeFj., rt:4 'lTinhe sale of' Gins eg root
g wi)nni hu Ai litmea is voit V a 'rge here- ai th'.lioe mimad i s*o great timIat tlmin"h

the tour i hlindri d n aii onu Chinese as is their ice."
G(iitsemig'ii a staple oi t remaiket th'e ino ascorn, w -heat atd cot'-
ton. l Thie p-'esent market poce vsaries Irom $6 00 to $8 50 per minn, r
while, the cost of producing is lees thaan $1. 50. It is asV t>o I ginw ntinl le-
qnires vety little ground. An acre of niatmieoi 'Giit"'',L,_ is \oi thi 40,000
Thiore is room in one's garden to grow sve.al lumirinr,] ni, hi rs \o ii th ii .li
Tyar. nhe plant thrives throt gllout tire Uniitil Mtmies ani (Calinla in ili V
;soil or climn te that will giow gai 1Ji' v.x'le lils. W e 'sell Ioiris itd sep'iS
for planting p i'po])ses and cani show yo ln howl to itii A iionl V ui 'iG'i : ( i
seinig T hl'e are two planning sea soits, ,splii. anii fall \'ii PIl ach ( i rlet
we give yo' Ai ill instruct,-iu.sll ho'w x to ploit ;'Ii eCie fir tlime i am Ite Yon
can lfg t a g. ..l it in the bui I imm'ss for a IsnIlIl ,i tla' an.i s( n ljave a iioni
illicolie. Selin a two cent stani' today for literatuie telliii all amileit this
v ondumrfni ifI t r'yI .


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- l.i, h ie m i r." 1,; .-,.lv~ ':' i. l '- ,. .. :. 1t'nda are

It i- '.,,J Lh ,t ,' . 'i ". ta tl t ,:it ... u g in a bct. -
room altoiie and r (. *L; be. A inorq:n o gently inclosed in a leaf
Te.. k:.-' ,whil i'ver to a mantel of mhe pi.nt will e o io s in
p1 .ve ,h~~~~ifl-' hm;g a hulge looking a few seconds. The bruised leaf.has a
g-,i .- M.Jtoy,-" with a revolver for .r.:,t not. unlike that of wild thyme
av 'il'. bi 'l".J -k to h s victim, ,and -and eucalyptus. The natives of north-
thi.n, l4ng n.te of Nelson's position ern Nigeria prefer an Infusion of its
a. the oP.s.t,. -1ide or the 'ro6m by leaves to quinine in malarial fever both
,,u1aI.S ot[tile urior, be pohitel the for themselves and their children.
ro,'!vet i'" hi ho boulder and fired, L il n.
tie" l;)ll .-; IkiL:g tl.i' .,-..f.ry.i .v .iii fl o A fan'lE-n flth an.
erI ,..Cf:t---I n-t ?* ....i,,, ec.. h A,- A ,c .. U, v ,') *. .*'. .1 ,:m t. ,
verti t-i', t ,',; ..... ,',r, V ; ,'.',' t,', t' ,,.


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St. Ancr'ew.
M tllvi ille.
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WVednesday," &8"ani
'., Wednesdasv&10:l0ka 'ni
TIuredany, 6:00 ax. in.
'Tiursday, 12i0inoomi...-


Friday, 2:00
f'nrdaj', 4:0
Frian%,. 11:,J

Pent b cola t- St A i-.. aUi ill' il i .O.0.
Pensacola ;o A pxl.wab. it.l.&lN anid t'm ra ,lI't, $7.60.
,'r A .] ..- ) i l, .i !ll J ..- i i i 1 .,..\ I

71 ,

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't. t ndr't(vw ai > iI ,.vimle to ,I\ ;: lamimci .i.l.Up. -.
Pen'saiola to Mobile, &".t .. .-
The above rates jmin'Ij.eu: r tals aid I.":.rti. W. t. BARROW..

N -GY G f .rel Etc


C'.G I cVEt, ....1$,, MEenA CLL

SGIV E lE A'CALL! > 'U -.



...Bro.k. '

~cr c.rzrt'Is for .
1 -.
tLtJ .ien ..

V r t:e o l ods except FlduilyM
and Feed to any-jeft, tr the0 ry. .I

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Dry cooiS, StapgIe and Facy 6rOej*l fl

S-oronsT, .ovisinstai feed .tw .

Corner .JWaisiirntcn 'Avtruo 0and Bay'fiew'SWj,..
I pay ( h forCtodo ad sttt ,U1 t

,o cri a(y h ady Pay.. ..


Tr i i n i';r -, ii'st ; ii i l is 01.
< :'i. ;:'."! i, l'l',-'t s i' ?' !IS .ss T3 i'iilh .

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.: -ruwara

Notions, Paints and Oils, Nets and Twines ,Sal .,
C I ...... ,_ .. n .. .F
Clothing, Gents and Ladies' Furn

a l l i its k m.d V a lisAe l..1 .


tai iGoT Mai Orders

finr v 6, Pcst. e Gladly Sot

,i Gu 1f "i i l- I O-,. I , .

Sreech-Loadng W Ar
,We 1t- a-[, /YiE ...

ut Ulppcur aint. Only 5 5. 50 MEN

*.- 2o. EBACKIN & CO.:; :

For PFie Job Work, TRY THE ilU0T' OFFICE.'

;'.. '. '. ..' ",," "- -.- .b ... . ... "s -'s

or ( i of lohse counonis and i1 xty cts e o iWe we will urnish you a1 bearutif l Iti is i d 1a4-kt. Sontl f aimt iIe", tha c-st- ,at retail $1I.50 The pen is complete with hbo x ,d .
i ior and s fu y v'anrr*n pd b' the mn'nufaztui'eis and can be retutne to
Stem if unsatisfctor n any particular. i
Fssor fi v' of l sessessveless8 nsad sse svisst esssf- n

-aGua Of t I -

T-A'.. SA I.P_.iLW M uuPANY
STE rA l M 1( I P C'Jtt PANY,



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Tuesday. 8:;0 p. m.
W wednesday, 4:00 p. m.
Wednesday, 2:30 p. in.
Thursday, 9:00 a. m .
Monday. 6:00 p.m. -'
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Thursday, 3:,0 p. mu
Fi iday, 11 :2' a. m.
'riday; 10:00 a. m\



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Special report to tho Buoy.
t Younr .repoiler wiiesh8 all a Merry
C'..16," C l'rilmaa rad a Happy New Ie.tr
Sai hopes that o0.e and all of tile
. ._ .2 nny readers' Sihadows may never

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h~. W *. Tow pkrus' Uhrinitnas u ee
Dbee: 128, 190-5. Wa4s perfect ae a
-- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o rBmtg~tir di[ylIe al is at'-

C U "It E W, I'i i t t ..puch Tc i. B. A li .:ttifiliisO

"v' ~ 4f OC1re It I Fpl~s. S,

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ra a

Ii si 11'j Ir l't

V -,it I'll A~ Ii "I h )-.) ,vh < '
eA A'f .a . .3'~s .i~ .i .6
IrisV . .. .t .e

I~tl'sLL~~ .11 6 "4 lit~ied 8oa
-6, p Jalt 0.j 111 eled.41....

0Ia~iiIIAma p L.i~I.pe A 'nt

rae pt aon I I1-S2
0'li~ pei C,..' 11~ Chi s....... 0
Jorn etiag FI1nii.I .. 1.di
p'lotao liev S~' I
I I.4 Si's s''' 61 0 Beef

~ pcemi i~~l .5 lPried .......... t
IRLL h wi I.ii e M ik at', (j4 .....
,'2 ~ijal~gal~ ~%iii I 'a Wi~ii 11 1 oi...

a! ;Ial l ru111 1 .~I I I. I I- t l

-'r~ ia h.., ... a~*. 15a4 Sirrh s~ ,Ct-c. z $ .,! 7'
At rI% CU-Ilit pil L5 N1 u it'. l" 4 Io 4a 11d 01O 1

ct~hr'a li't. elas 7 0 1,5 PI'rs anlt ......
ti~~~ii~,2,-'1 .tiltll icial abl to c:rry,
but ~ ~ ~ 41 Lrflfl prhklill OiOA! t~l 7I il.;
FVri KUl'r I F, \%'hii'e. N 1

VI 'Ai 'I'. a

Lt)I -_______i
j 0 lie Cip t
i .~ I~ 1til' $3 f f h *
'Aw ; -.t~
'a. .1e a (Lt1~.'1r~" ~ *E t ta

j ~ ~ t'n .bI'.ihehy ..li 'Il ; 'tie4,%
untr ff' 4ht ~ ~ lo x'ti thl
'~' tabe' nu~ so~u t'i tw~cn '~ul
Ale t 44om 1it hi114)lciI ata h'
u-ho coo'~ed the memis..Ayon 'h
;~ &le nh n te nn~e ol Wi "Io~lI~ liinia' ~ ~ui~ ~i si

'.Wndnt would you bnve?' he wou-ldh

oqr,,0Unj-yis in fiuitiber cri.~!s a"d
tias forgouf'n fis agai. biut x&hein I ii
back I zbal! imike u rc'aofutItk' an] ;sp-
-pol'nt nw.ysel f jreid~it~u Tbeim we Sirsll
b~avre our -revwara for all this' se~f dc-

r mysT.a,,I

A Cl.rttin (i41 fc Cr aV a'liild shows Spli)o'niirlS o(
U 0.11 0I'.;'u~ o ti lira tI)9 cxp')ril 'Ili
,. .r: kw F cr (IdiesF no nIitt r lijo li ihly
r c v i ,ti rie r'Ov tnii Iended. Tie-Ie is o,
' at i at Cihn: tii a;l ; Is i e (i pet iaed
' I It lias en in. iiuse for many a 'cars
and hia .revi' teern known to failu, viz :
Chim ilaii n's Cough Remedy;M, A.. M.
I". Co(mpton oft market, Texas, says of it,
"I lave used Ch;IaUi)erlaii's Coiugh li el-
ed-V in severe cases of croulp with my ch; -
arei alad c'an trullhfully sayx it' alvauys
g'- ve' pompt 'lief". For siale l \V;re
Bros. & C.. *t. Andiew and Daahe ii
and 'i 11 mil di,'; .c d ;ie i's
'i I. h :I '* -- h. lalt o.2 ;i o '

I'- 1 ., .1 .. ..1'.r' a'rt f ljiohja : i:
I 1 'i i a >.r! c .t "' 'K. "-e c o i' .O D 'U aa '
'- i *. f.'om t' event. It "w.-
L.a.'. gh' it Sle-.vee'i Coionel F:aw
t .'. i tc : 'tit Ia'R ro. T-T'. fo.
,.ir' :. i ol. The dait'als: w,-re neot,
:.I; l-i., : L .i ,. they were aIo
i.r h t-..' having ma'rled two

1 aI' '. a "f u'. r t ''u I a
'I'^f :.c,..,- 'r': '. ".T ,: ,1 h. l. u .,t r .
'' : .. "i <'t a ". , 1 i t .' itt

1';? .,br la,'.,J : ars a1er :'r h be I ur
*O.. M t t i llK i i 1i i r') i e v -
a' la 4.hy: ,'. a f. ., lg'.ly .;',.. l si ',
I.. i"'. .' I .( t" i r f a' -"-

*: e'r. :.) : Ht- li-'.b^ : o h' rty. t u.in "
,. . \ i'. u r .

a :A..- l' a ..... ,' :' -... iA.. n0 -, ,:.s i, A
S i. . . .
b:'. sp.,;- ,H'.. ell. :Force, I the shape of

S .'1. .' i '.'.r .111 poisonI is dan LLerous. The.
. n' e a.. .' i'-.most I .., fcict Lwa .-y;of keeping-

tuei e-- Ia. aid (hMan ia to tako
'_.2 / -
'.OAT 'A, ,T' O
a's S: V .-5

I f yon bavW'[ r lregnlar,'!9al thy movement of tho
ho'v.I s ev.r.' .I :-v,yyou're ill orwill be. Keep your
%v b...t1,.3 I4:.p..r,. 9 1.iI6 well. Force, In the shape of
] 1,i r*t h; r \I ill poison, is danRerous. The
a Aiu(..ihc:or, ,. r-.:'.most 1ierfect way of keeping
tbe t, ;.*^ ae c.-a i'ii cle-n is to tako

Pleasant, Palatable. Potent, Taste Good, Do,
Good, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe; 10, 25 and
50 cents per box. Write for free sample, and book-
let on health. Address 33
Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.'

PUal E!istali A .il,


Is prepared to list property
Sfor. sale and pay taxes or
S collect rents for .on
r residents.
Terms Reasonable.

L.XMlhERT M. 'A' ;,.

Dealers -n Tand Agents for the
Sale of .

iReai Estate.
Taxes Paid aun Rents Collected
for Non-Re idents.

ie pknl hoe ,nlior,:' Joy.
Animal pt- lhiave ever bhi ii n groent'
joP to the avr'm'_" si.-Jh. T'I;" .e is.
hardly a 6hip atlo-t tLliau cles not carry
one ot moro -_ uch little i '.v,';eit, to .-
whom the crewv are. universally kh d.
More jban this. there is frequently de- .
"'ve!ljed ant attachment between' men
aud animalss that is seldom Jo ],e seen"
on shore, and the Intelligence display
d .by- hese aniinaml." ften far exceeds
the wonderful Stories we sometimes .
see In priut. On Ien-of-tOar there Is Al'
probably more cous l,'rrtion shown the I he United
Thereare wore Nocall]Patterne soldhntheOnited
crew in this reinrd than on merehcal- States than of any other make o'f patterns. This is *a
meni tt all e\vePts ytq 4'Wil find there account ot their style, aeparacy an simplicity.
niany more st.ip-s Iet. It, by no lMcCa all's IM zlrnaze(The ueenofFashion)has
more subscribers than aay other Ladies Magazine. One
nJr.,iDS ilue'L ti,' to .see ppl tlhi, same years subscription (x2 numbers) costs 50 cent.a LatestmE
d:-k it dozi.n lr I-v We1ll, trained ani- trn iFree. Subcyibe today.
:.1ai3 of various kin',s whose natural ,ayAgen'toWanted. Handsomepremiums o
Lh-mes are -separated by thou.andtd. of signs) and 1r, m.rm catalogue (showig4 prmums)
iles.-E Nicolas. Seat o, 4Addrc THE MC CALL CO., Qw k
n Es.,.tNJ!icoolas. .

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ANA, 'V. 'cnalg'Taf oi*St. A".1''---%'a%;A.

il rt.)Im-Mr-a. Fu. 11EW,. I

hi-ad wel-6 juieS cI I t at. the i '.lA-,I I I 1 1i:
-I 116Y C hI'II.t lu-as tree.
Qe. C- W. Robert-l wid II '

Yest'hoard l.inw-l,'fL4 ~li


pr; ,O"i

7 ~PArIKE"2'S

7-,., 1 laYa hP'Ccl
La ,'''.' : 0''' -'

Fac ory on Bay Front, near Washington Ave.,

58T. A FD AEW, FLA ':
Is Prepared to Build Houses,' Laulidhes, Bots. Ftc.

-yE A::;. C2 nse and Adorn M : Inrer

S oulsxg, C aS a, Stair;Buildirig Etc.

Estimates Ciesra.lly Furnix .ed.
' "' "- - '" t' *I 1 .. I" ;"

D3ry G'o


T13"17 RT~S. Old ,Stand' 1LVLL FLAGI,
Caribses 7u11 Liz-.e of


isGroceries Protisions,


Headquarters for the Purchase and Sale'o t Country

produce. .

*When in MiI!vilie, Don't Fail to Come -`e See Me

I to It ad "11
~ .rL~Pyo:adg
a. Ir Y aI . ii-na a few qu's-.

I W'i to e

'2 '~ : '' VK' ..TT'a
1 i.- a n~ ia xvn t l'ciOne '

deatb he.c.,tnnot execiuttc th1-Iluty that
Is assiguedl him. Truie'lbriiveryj i not.
Li tbro Lung nwnv oLu' liNe r,. cotirti,',
"death, but in doing one's duty ait the
hazard of, one's life. You muit not fui--
get tlliat.-From "A Daughter of Ja-,
pan." by Marui'Gensat ,
/ ^


'" tv o err r 11 life. a.ti l

A prcr':Ny %nk'e caip0"A tIh
j .':".'.".. "" ; *:....'. : ,f the w man ns be Tald: "It 'a
. .... *- .-','f-- ..... :,T i" flast. W ie werp co ,t,,e'l .her
i {' | ^ "]'A? :- 1. -,e J'i" 1-',---V,.,I P,' A r

A. ,
- :*,: g.: ;,- e' '. :!*.'$;.. 'lie r..v )at 1,,Uii,.tks',e i

"' Z '" 1".l'-' 'n. "t
S" dneys t 'al t e m i

T and' Blood. n- ,t I n' oiv.e o Lemons a.re .rge- used by The ..,r.-u ., .b i l,. i(we e..r,,I
; ildh-. ,(.-e, I \ \\\ Occ'i,,Vi ];'.V' -i
SThozley Leon ider ful Effect in icl., 'ar w it'.,i nien ticip uf fodn r
I on' the'ding theirLemon, machir, lIe to hl',.n-ti For I.1a: \',l i ',

Tonic-a substitute for, nl Cathartic edci a .a l -,,'
., ; .. . ,I,', ,,t ( '. a e i r ,lai ln S t )Tr .oi
Bowels, IKidneys F_.,Tab'r te to cCaefkv .,,, in,
r Uand B lood. ,, :,oi.,,'h "I"1 ,i ul'de M iitivi
L demons are largely used by The W im 't-n hif .- is t; d,.,, IW e '
Mozley Lemon- Elixir Company, in -e.ii Ow ,;.eine "innIlivi
co t-i' o i" nSng their ,Lemono Elixir, livetoo l -,'-. 1 Fo' r le, XI. \ 'e 1
:",a pleasant Lemon Laxative and, Co-, St A tL-,d B..,4
; Ton,e--a substitute for all Cathartc le o.i,,>i, d, i ] -
,and Liver Pills. Lemon Elixir posi- __ .-
tively cures all Biliousness, Consti- ,I'. ., '
pation, Indigestion or Dyspepsia, A old )' ',, r "
Headache, Malaria, Kidney Disease, An old .. ,. L '..,,,,'T v
Dizziness, Colds, Loss of Appetite, moustrn :-. ', v '... ,, :-, t i
SFevers, Chills, fljotches, Pimples, for al..ie i .-it K. :. Ovi0 I'H ;
all Impurities of the Blood, Pain in diggip- a g:'a'e.
the Chest or Back, and all other dis- "Well, \- .o .'r" ",I tbo- a
eases caused by a disordered liver' 'in e;.latuia.t-ii.. I 1 "l:i ": a i-tiL
and kidneys, the first Great his th'um t ::.' in. hgrt, bI
Cause of all Fatal Diseases. m aa bit , t tW O
W W .O1 f;V for all Female Irreg- b .
ularities, %,ill find Lemon Elixir a sy"ne ow'e "a l.-ra. "t ht
a pleasant and thoroughly reliable hm, an' Ive never beep alie.
remedy, v/ithlout the least danger of the .motiy out o' him yet. 'N)w
possible harm to them in any condi- I to myself, 'this is m .Jast'.u
tion peculiar to themselves. 500 and I'd better tak' it. "
and $1.oo per bottle at
[ALL DRU\G STORES i i,,i'i, l fighting.
For vel ,\a'l." rites G V
"One Dose Convinces." ran. of Har)pr, Wa-b.. "I had a
.....t ~. T.tl wVith chl orLiC stomach Lind
.......I- -- i roubie. IHut at inat I wor.aud cutm
..r--:-. ,-,- .. rdli'ea e-, l by the use of Ele tric
S .". '' i it ( .', ," 1. [ uulihe itatiu ly recommend tliei
':.L '. ' d ,ou0 intiendj ..u the futurity l
S''I ," i."i t -. :, ""-'. ,,t ~ s ihout them in. the house.: Th
....", ,,,'. i.,U ,i ','.....l ", t r ceti iply oiderFuu edici e,t.
"! 'i'... ,i..' r. ?;- -l r.-1 -i" ii I, ..: .cured u6hb a bad caae is i .n .i ;
,t- ." J-.'- j i '' : ,- .1.'" .-: "-''J' .- m t di, r-i g'usrantf oe tI ..do 't" t
''.' .., :;.: ," .'. o,.1 ,.. ,':' ., .,< o,- un1, by A ; I Brake, e a

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*l ".r -pr: i s, 1 i ." ,. l. l" i, ... .,,,. ..* ', .:h ,;
1'- i iijir ei, l h. i ii..'t i .. fri>;"-rl] m' ll
..h-.,laiI. -. I' 'I I-. . .'. if .'rr i

Divorce Notice,
First Judicial OCirecuit of Florida,
Cii cuiiCt Cirt of Wash ington Counity
MAri FilnyiI, complainant, vs. Daniel
Finniel, defefrdant.
'1'le defendant in the above styled
cause is hereby requiced to appear herein
on the 8th day of Jaiuary, 1906, to the
bill of coniolaint filed hcreip'against him,
by the said coUiplainaiit,'or a decree pro
confesso will lie entei'ed against him in
It is aoco. ordered that this order be
published once a week or four consecu-
tive weeks ill the St. Andrews Buoy, a
newspaper published weekly in St. An-
drew. WashingtonC unty, Florida.
Witness my hand and official seal this,
. the 1st day of December, 1905.
Se l }-V W. C. LODKEY,
Clerk of Circuit Court, W ishing-
ton Couniity, Florid;a.
L. Mcqlr_?R,, Solicitor fir Compainm nt.

An ..: writer tells how light.
niUg '~ <" -' r its -'i t .:'. Tlh: '"Light
Wn .-," cnl o0nly be pholog;'aplied at
'n it. It is ;'1so ip.',)ssibl. to use any
::) '.* slum erT for this Wouk, innsiinch
:' i,:' ('s o not ol.~(c'r e a flash of
!'i.': :! t'h 1 st a tenthl of a sec-
nwl atfl.'.rjit 'aUz I;;,as.(ed. So that, hayv-
iii fou.,;ed your crmnera beforch:i1id.
:,'v'" the .s'l :ftor and hold the camera
tj the direcitiou yonu tlinkl the tl-'st
v'il take f;d you must trust to the
cOiartesy of the lightning to be three
on time."


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Dealers in General Merchandis":

Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions a.d Feed

Thle Allaiit0on Lmber Uompainy, :




Whether Large o*r Small. Write fbr Prices;

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Notite of Applicatioin for 'Tax
... l)eejd *
Under Section 0 of Ch4ap(cr 4b88 Laws oof
S Florid)a.
Notice -s hereby given thikt Mi'. E. P.
*MAXON, holder ot 'Tax Ceriith;te~
-% >os,. 22 and 2;23, date, the 3d day ol fJuly,
A. i., 1ti99, has iled said certliicates in'
my iltI,..,, alid has male application for
tax -deed to ib'sue ti acc6rdalnce w.th law.
iaid'certificates emlbr.Ce the I,'lowving
descriibedi proi'pei ty uitutl:d iN aslhinitoni
cdiun'ly, 1!orida, to-vwit: Lots 2 and 3 o
ol, ck,'4 bf fthe lu i oct c.iou 1, I p. -as,
RJ, 15\ ., 'The- sa land being asset se e
at the date ot tihiai-suanice of s',:eh cet -
t.i.-,ii ii 1 the iiii .es ot W r 14. ij -h a l,.
E. lr-sh,i respeelively. Uinless said certiti-
Crtes a La'l be r( deeiiiced aecotui,,(o, llw,
tl x deed will l ue tihereiA on itue Ui,
d 3y'oi JaitaIry,, A. D. 19b6.
W itness y ultici.al sigiafuie and seal
It. .] hiti th e 18ih i. f ..c iic bt'r.
.A D. I u5 i\ (. LI-'.- K i ,
Ll I- Lk ri. it. 4 iiI
uf W a.iSiljgti.ii .-'Vu II .i F',i iida
,N I'|i'E, lOlt PUBLIC'ATILiY.
lI hjPAfr ,i (5r OF .1 11 IC ..iih\ 6 *
L.ant Ullie.L- l; G.intlL-',i Fl.. *'
DL c..IA 1', 19 "
Noti ee is lirtoby gvl\'en that the lol-
lowi 'rig named settler htas iled notice o0
in iuLtutiou to maie final proo" ii, oup
pUr't (i f im claim, and that. baid proof
will be made before the clork of thu
eCruUiL court at .Vefrion, 'Fla.. on Ju.ri.
, tid, iz: "..
MA'TTI 1E.L. BUCHA rANof Ehro,'Fla.
.'lA 3 for she a "i.. swi* 01 set of ec;
2,' 1 sini a t,. lols VwitneCaes tO

p.ovu 1tii M eontiniOuu, t.isid@ne upon
aid eu tivation uf said'lind, viz:
\\VlJliiUi W. Vjumou AptrAutViLon, ol
\W t i B atv, .Fb.tf Robun ,L. BirjuKn 01
1t\'e.1 i0'la. andv J. Etw\\ardl Brouk of
Vt;,11rno Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Register
1TEdltor'vo (ee paid..
Dec. 18 190b. -
N .ti c i. herebygiven that the follow-
ii,,-,iifi.-d settler has filed notice of hi-
ii,.,lii'i to make-final! proof in support
t,, 1.n- cal.ir, and that. staiu proof will )he
',,bl,. il.jis- the clerk of the circuitcourt
.af V\'e.i lu.F s.'on Jain. 26, 1916u, viz:
L[ l.i'IY H. I UCIHANAN,of Ebro. Fla.
lid .No. 3*3j21 for the nwv44 of sec, 2, to.
2', r. IOty.
11iu names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon alfd
cu.t.ivatioun of said la.d, viz:
htobert L, Bcooks, James R. West, of
Mul..>, .la,, Daniel J. \ inson and W il-
liam W. Vinson of Westhay, Fla.
,W. G. Rou.Nsox, Register.
X" Ed t,.,i's fee paid.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
S De. 11, 1905.
iNotice is hereby given that the follow-
ing named settler has filed notice of hi-
iitention -to make coimutatijii prof in
support of his riaiji, aind that said pioof
will be maiue before the clerk of the cir-
coif ('.irL at Vernoti, Fin., on Jan. t26
19u6, viz.:
soi., Flita
Hd 8369:1 for the ,atj of sec. 5, tp. 2s, r'.
He i, ame I, fA.llowing iteiiplIes io
i'ro\'% hr e onlilinous reidt,.nce upui, aad
L lti .,tiin r uf Said lia ,, viz.,
Will'Campbell, all of A iderson, Flt.
W.G; ROBINSO N' Register.
s W'Editor's t'.e oaid.

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(;re~ti let'
Dooer lAtail

Potuce (it'. Lcoxu

WeS''ll~ud -

Ch mners.
Chimneys constructed on modern
principles were almost unknown to the
ancients, being iisO only in the large
baths, where great *quantities of hot
water were needed. Chafing dishes,"
braziers of glowing coals and bottles
of hot water were employed by the
ladies of the midIdle ages to keep their a
rooms warm, and a curious picture is
extant of three Norman ladies chat-.i
ting together, each with a bottle of
:, i-" '"' 1 1- wr,. n her feet. '


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B t t i-1Kaid 1111111 the 1veIftti'
-n ..;. n> Ithecixd of, the four-.-
Vta-g' t -tnf e'm. )yei lih d$'-
-' 'i'A' ForI' ir long tip.1o
a 7 a .0.y al -11ll 1,vej'L

A a'~ ~:~'dlbilot,0i'pitbOL~s reI-rfrted tal-
s:(1, L.ft'- rayti rzdcprair.!
I: ~ 'a*: -'eup of prinylt' tor-raIn ar I

'Ayi The great rule of health:--
Keep the bowels regflti'
e iAnd the great medicin'--';
Aver's Pills..' w_
-' I~rris oi~kw

Want your moustache or beard
a beautiful brown or rich black? Use

In' Effect April 14. 1901
NEW ORLEANS .\'A \;<>1.11 r;-. r -
No4 No, 2 N.. o.."
12:35 n'n 11:05 ) .m. Lea-ve -'en ,c 'i1:,, An r a. .-'ii u.ln. l.00 p i.n'
2:22 p.m 1:02 a.m Fl ,rinat,,ii. ]. ut 2 33 a mi. 2:3y)
4:22 2:55 ** M'l.ii. ** 12 :'.0 i'n 1:25' ."
:-0 "1 7:30 New 0- IL.'ea-. "- I InI p.mi. *0:30 anm.

Prrlolmerm of a Gteat CIty.
A husband and his ,wift. ret.t"'
looking and well drese' r- ,.'
moved Into a detached- ho--: z ti.:"
Bronx. They were vory quiet Ui'. !,7
not mingle ,with their so.'"' ".'. ln;
seemed to enjoy there, sUp '
particularly the garden, ti which they
began work at once. "
Of course the neglibors we'-e curi-
ous, but all early .'.' rts to fin~ out
wbo the couple ra re or -where .-t."*v
cUma Ifromn prove-. .t' rL .ia. uL!
ly one of tVhe r, '-. . i. : t'; '
man one day,,a ..e' L.i on: ( 1h.
Ici g hee hail lively 1u s.-e YUk an-:
what.hbs busine s wr--.
"GO ur [*..t i ia s .. ,-.t, :nf:1 :'.,. 1... u
"n11 l a -.re tryi',. t' l live ; .' .:
Mly vif, a i. 1 I h 'v? Ji.t e.>: .,. '* ,:
loun term Iii pr;.l:n, Al we .,:'. r. j,
,niez!y e;'.:.' i is :'. '
"W I11," -a.'d'LJ e ne .'t, or, "I ar.n s
tonlhl-I.1 nt what yo' tll .tno. Pi't 1
for n011? :1 not v.arat-. 1 6 Di.'":';., t.
pnbilLs tU1c 1hose avvh t1he 1 ,*

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Bald?- Scalp shiny nd thi,? i
Then it's probablytoo late.
You neglected dandruff. If \
you 'had only taken our ad-
vice, yotW would have cured

Hair Vigor1

the dandruffsaved your hair, |
and added much to it. If
not entirely bald, now is your
opportunity. Improve it.
"I have nied .A her's Trl ir V or f-r ovrr t0
-,arf !rtln I'l'ain n..,h; r.,ri m %li :i % l.,' i 1 %
r .- l am.t i r. 'I r ., I'., r l. ,i -. I ,il .
0r l ,t. l!U V ,A..r." .
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a bnl' "t hT',i. .1. C" AVL1 .0 _
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Dry Goods, Groceries, Provistons;

Boat Stores, Hay, Grain and Feed Stuff:'
We carry at all times a Well Selected Stock CfT Mi-i$-)aiidi Ie aih ted 44
Aie St.- A ndr.\vs Bay tralie.

We will Not BeUndersold!
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araad of AMr ine ilaonnter Virginla A S T' IO .VG
B SpJrted In l T7. 1 7 .
B. -. Blackwell of Oxford has pub-
llshed a car ;ul reprint of "An Account B/ Martha
of Virginia; Its Situation, Tempera- 1 .,-Martha
ture, Prodactions, Inhabitants and 1 ,c' u1o-ch-Williams
Their Manner of Planting and Order. 5
Ing Tobacco." It Is, in brief, a parm- i;' ;(,w.
)hlet communicated to the Royal so. ; ,
clety in 167IfiT by one 'Thomas Glover*
"an Ingenious Chilrmgion." who had "I!np ,'. I' P as lieve marry a fu-
lived for some years in the province. tier as -:iltn Roy," Granny Bunclh
Mr. Glover would seem to have reckon :aid. ir s 't nou'e in air.
ed the sea serpent among the inhabit- S isih:- !;u::.h>(l alou 1. Sunshune
cuts of the colony to judge from the ws ')t:-,r,wse;c Anne Trevor, heiress of

minute accuracy of the following de-
rA irost p'odigloui Creature, much
v'e--c ruling a mazn. only somewhat lar-
r, '.,,iv.g rigLit up tu the water
S.ith his li',a, n:c'k, shoulders, breast
e -i wvia,/t) Othe cubits of his arms,
1,ni;o,-vo wtor; is 1kin was tawny, much
Elike li:ha of an iriIdian; the 'figure of
1h1s hi -td vas pyramidal, and slick,
-.'iout l-air, his eyes largo and black,
n/.:,',l s-a w.-e L:;a eyebrows; his mouth
t"y wide, i-th a broad, black streak
onu lh- upper !ip, which turned upward
S* i- -.- .. . I ,uRmi.tnchaeoe: his couu
'- m i"-'"!:. -i-iom:] .. ;:'mr s, breast an] wasl
>we-t li,.e u'Lta I',e uneu,- arms, should.
S- dera; .b.' a-t n d V.ast 'of a man; has
li.'ua f he had Iauny, were under wa-
tci lIe s '(, mId to sand with his eyes
lJsed on me ftar s,-me time, and after-
S imard dived down, iad a little after ris
Sei'h at somewhat a farther distance and
turned his head to-ard me again, and
h1amn\ linmo(Uately f'alIetb a little under
w-ator and swilumeth away so near the
top of the water that I could discern
D' h!nm rt o'- out his. arms and gather
/ them in as a mirin d(oh when he swim-
r-. ,b. At :ILAt he shoots with his head
d; "wnwar:d, Iby- whith' means he cast
tayl i-bov the water, which exactly re.
S*tubled the tLil of a'fish, with a broad
fane at tle (Uad or it."
"- '" ,vory Congrr:2tut'tionu.
A very r:,:mou- Ainevican dentist met
the' Erg'1ish hushand of an American
fr-i n. of mime with,the genial congrat-
ulation: "M .doar sir,, I wish you joy!
S Y-u hiavo maupred a first rate set of
0. 11.".--ForfTrig'htlyRevlew,


U fsinteazIlke.
'Here lies .Tai.e.Wh!te, wife of Thom-
ats White, stonemnason.. This monu-
wnr-t wa. pu:t up out of respect for her
Prui~ntiorv-y a-u a it speciltnE'Iof his work..
,liaaship. TomblI' in the same style,
50.-London .TitBits.

5tore to t'e Poina.
"Ef yerlresl lnter-t led," said Deacon
Sftunrr. "1I'l teil ye what I *want fur
thet hors.."
"Oh. I wouldn't be' interested in
known' thet," replied Farmer Shoude.
"No ?"
"No, .,but I wouldn't mind- known'
s'hat y4 t '---FPhiladelphia Press,
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Anyone sending n sket.-bh and description may
quickly, ascertain our oplnoiioIree-whett- an
.. taventtin Isa.probably paten'ible. 'Commi ,a.
ions ntrtt ispridobtil 1. Handbook oi Pa 'a
< sent free;. Oldst agendy for securing patent,
Patents taken through Munm & Co. recci
e ca ot tite, without charge, in th0

Scientific American.
S handsomely illustrate weekly. Largest cir
S illation of any scientitl j journal. Terms, $3 a
year ; four months, $1. Sold byal newsdealers.
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Tfo mals--adli $1
il 50 ielihesa, c-i'rrectly platted; antd
... '.viwigg all the more importautl
hullings- i< fi g 'eat v1,l)e If, aly
nd. '-, .i |la~iing i chI a-iIt i)'.g prop-
t, i in t ,w n Itl o')vi'r< atinit folni
-i.- prie"-' of ioa:at litrH pxtpidi,- east'-
w,,rr fl,,nu l)'r ser i;7 ,ti f RI.r--ntn.-
-i.rmin,,a Old St. Ailrews,, whith cr
Srespling territory inlann-. 'rice
SOn)e D)ilar, aL the BUOY Offi'ce'.
AlI. -
Showing all-thle lai.ds disposed of by
the Ciucinnati Company, also locate
Hi rrison, Parker, (roulanton aind
',ftjiceut country. The plat of the
lots is not shown., hut by the aid of
this map the approximate location of
any let is easily determined. Price
One Doltar, at theme uoy Office.
Either rmap will hbe sent by mail tp
mny address r o. receipt nf thIe price.

Our Clubbing List.
The BUO' halli made very hleral -ln,
thing arrangements with a few of the very
t)es publications in the country and fIor
\ lie present can seud for a whole year
The BUOY and
Detroit Free Preas (twice-a-week
atid Year, Book).. . . ...... 1.7'
The Fla T. IT. & Citizen', dv'il' fo- $5 8.5
do Semi we,'kl ,.fo.k-r l 5;:
Sci-ent'ific Amuerican' ... 3 ,
Yarn'er anxi Fruit Grower" ... 2 5.,,
Florid' a griculturist ... 2 5:
do clhbhsof 5, each ... 2 ,
Farm Journ'al, Philad'a, month lily I If)
Oieihrnati Enquirer twice a week
8 targe pages each issue ..... 1 75
Atait a Con tit ition "' ... I 75
N.Y. World (thrice a wpek) ...... 1 70,
The Cosmopolitan .............. 1 75 i
The Criterion ..................... 50
Fr any or either ofth-. above puhliea-j
l'nn i- co.U ietion %ith the ROY, ad -
*res I1H ordesrto rHl BUOY,
.. St. Andre>,, Fla.

V-..-- Euid. n:Ii Cranny, Bunch was
,r,. Wi'chard Lee. Sunshine was tall
nil i lw.ilty. (Gramnny Dunch was short
.ii st)I t. w'ih na fr(:-s;, rosy face. The
.-, V w-'eV (iroi-- ; (-ic,; deas)ite the ''forty
'-v. .:a t bctvw-cen thm211', a 1lo despite the
nc t/lhat ('.nnbtn Bunch was bent on
nmliin'mg Tunshiine to her mind.
Tliey lived half a mile apart, and
un-4hiine dlid the visiting for the most
)rt. She was not yet/mistress at
Way's' iEnd. 1er stei)mother, Minme
ifrxvor, had a life estate there and
II ....J -."i ;~-M W '"i J rann3
';, ;, i'.In.t (i .-;inny Ill that she
to,,, had views as to Anne's proper'be
stovwial. CrannS was all for marrying
Sunshine to her grandson, Richard
Lece J, whereas Mme. Trevor held
it little short of her stepdaughter's
Christian duty to take Wilton Roy
:ier nephew. lHe had come with hem
to .'ay's 'End ,nud lied there. II(
wavs dignified, sober and sensible, ex,
actly the husband for such a piece of
qluicksilver ns Anne. The match would
be in every way ideal.- Wilton had only
a rnod'.It competence, along with a
capacity for handling a fine fortune.
Thus' Mme. Trevor to her inmost
self, thus also obscurely, with much
wrapping about of fine phrases, tc
Sunshine. She hated bitterly Richard
3d and did not scruple to'say out-
right that he and his fat old grand-
mother were rank fortune hunter!, lay-
ing traps and pitfalls for Anne's un-
wary feet. Anne's usual answer was
to mount her horse and gallop away
to her dear Granny Bunch. If Rich-
ard 3d happened to be there when
she arrived, why, so much the better.
He was yotinger than Sunshine by
1A whole month and fancied himself
madly. In love .with her., .He had been
courting her since they were fifteen,
with the usual Mnterlules---coTege esca-
pades and summer flirtations. Sun-
shine knew all about them, for Granny
Bunch was Richard 3d's confidant.
"You mustn't mind, honey," she had
said to Sunshine. "Indeed, you ought
to be obllgeId to these other girls-they
are taknlug out such a pilot of the fool-
lshness. By the time Dlicky is through
college he will have come to know him-
self in a measure. Then he'll flid out
over again *btht he knew in the be-
ginnipg-that there Is nob In all the
Work) like S'nshine." .
It w"s Dicky'.s story-the tale of4his
latest enthrallment-that had ted to
Granny Buneh' rovi'ttement of Wilton
]oy. Sunshine had said de-murely she
.did not understand Ihow, men could be,
so different. ,Witou r.oy had told her
he should never -at e lo-e to any girl
but the one he nianpt to marry. And
then Granny BunAth had exploded. She
hated the superfine -Wilton.
"One couldn't very well marry a
funeral-marrying a minister is about
the nearest thing to !t," Sunshine said
reflectively. Granny Bunch eyed her
narrowly, then broke Into a laugh, say-
"Honey, you nearly fooled me then.
Honest no*--don't you find him
mighty wearing?"'
"Not always; he has his uses," Sun-
shine said. "He says an undisputed
thing in such a solemn way and after
I have heard him awhile almost any-
body else is refreshingly brilliant-
even Dicky dear."
"Dicky is no genius-he'll nqver set
the river afire-but he is a man-an
athlete, strong as a' Iule, gentle as a
lamb," Granny Bunch retorted.
Sunshine laughed. "Tell him in your
letter I send him a kiss-for his grandY
mother's sake," she said. "Tell him,
too, I have named .the pup he sent me
for him, and ask him if he does not
think his namesake deserves a new
"I know he thinks yes. I shall write
hbm to bring the collar, not send it,"
Granny Bunch said, eying Sunshine
lovingly. Sunshine held up her hands,
crying: .
"What! Take him from his studies
for a whole week! You mustn't think
of it, Granny! Dicky deAr hasn't any
loo much scholarship now-certainly
none to lose."
"A bang ,for books and lectitres arid
all that fiddle faddle," Granny said
stoutly. '"The boy Is not there to cram
his head with such stuff. I only-want
the place to mold him as it helped to
mold his father and grandfather. If I
thought it could make a prig of him
like-well, somebody I might name-he
should leave tomorrow."'
"I see you are an obstinate person-
likewise opinionated, my dear Mrs.
Lee," Sunshine mocked in Mine. Tre-
vor's own manner.
. The two were laughing so heartilUy

they did not hear Wilton Roy ride up
to the open hall door and kept chat-
ting madly of things they would not
have had him hear for a kingdom.
Whether or no he heard, he gave no
sign when he came in ten minutes
later. But on the way home and all
through that evening he beset Sun-
shine to marry Pim, pressing her until
she was almost driven in sheer weari-
ness to accept.
Wilton was a good strategist; he did
not fall into the two elderly women's
mistake of running down all possible
rivals. Indeed, he Ignored rivalry and
talked of his love and long devotion.
Le had never talked so well, and there
was a ring in his voice that impressed
As if Fate were on his side, the
morning was rainy.- The day wearing
on brought a deluge that shut in Way's
End and utterly forbade stirring
broad. The rain held three days-a
regular* autumn freshet. How Anne
got through them she never uinder-
-tood. Wilton pleaded manfully and
inme. Trevor deliberately left her
Ilone whenever she ventured Into the
big parlor, the library, the long halls

or the inclosed back lazza, Ann=. did

inot know It buit Wilton had said 1
his aunt:
"I have got to clinch things at one
Mrs. Lee Is teaching Anne "to laugh a
me. If I let that happen I am lost. A
for the boy, he don't count."
All through the last day Sunshni
felt a numb fear of herself. Sh
seemed to be losing volition, to mov
and speak automatically. It was onl
by a supreme effort of will she kei
to the shelter of her solitude. Wilto
did not call her audibly, but she fe
invisible, Inaudible forces drawing he
to him. To escape them she hung ou
of the open window' heedless of th
pouring rain. In' the dash of it, tli
cool splashing, she found strength 1
resist the eerie influences. By and b;
when the influences began to tug hard
er than ever, she ran away from them
rushed' downstairs, caught up her ht
and mackintosh and stole out to th
They were deserted; groom an
coachman were dozing in tle haylof
With 'trembling fingers she flung th
saddle upon Beauty, her pet mar
loosed Dick from his kennel, the
clambered up and dashed away, th
puppy barking madly at Beauty
heels. The rain still poured, but Sun
tShinl was hentinnmn seeking refugi

, long, bending low over Beauty's nee
- and singing. The wind was roarin!
but she had no fear of it, nor of th
d Water when she came to the brool
d She saw it running bank full, turbi
and crested with drift. But Beaut
knew the ford by the landmark tree
' on the other side. It should not b
r moxre than breast deep anywhere, a
e though the current was swift an
" strong.
Beauty snorted and pawed as the
1 went in, but after the third step mad
way beautifully. Halfway across Sui
a shine flung up her head, laughing
aloud, saying: "I'm safe, safe! Maybe
it I've been bewitched. Indeed, I thin
so. But witchcraft and witches can
, cross running water. I'm so happy
d Happy as a freed bird:"
She heard ab6ve the tumbling water
- a hoarse shout. In spite of herself sh
- checked Beauty and listened intently
* It came again. Wilton was crying t
her: "Come back! Back! Come! Yo
belong to me! Come!"
- She sat quivering all through for th
n space of a breath, then turned 'he
horse half about, moving a little up
* stream. Beauty was contrary. Sh
f plunged willfully forward, lost her foot
ing, scrambled wildly, then went dowi
head over ears, in swimming watel
The ford had a gravel bottom, and th
treacherous current had swept ou
great holes in, it, leaving a quicksan
in between.,
They came up together ten feet of
the mare snorting' and swimming gal
lantly. She 'had struck what should
* lave been bottom, batt was in trut
holding sand. As she floundered hbe
self free Sunshine became' suddenly
cold. Wilton;, she knew, could no
,Wlmr a stroke,' and before he couli
. fetch help the water, still'rising, woulc
,* have made an end of Beauty and,. be
I rider. The mare could swim until sh
struck shoal water, but there th
quicksand would hold her. Quickly,
the girl sHipped out of her cumberlin
rain cloak, 'flung away hat and glove
and resolved to try her slight strength
against the raging stream. Just as sh
was slipping down from the saddle
Dicky cried, to hier from the other bank
"Down! ~o6, down I'll meet you-
on the bi'g bending sycamore" "
"Stay where you are!" Wilton shout
ed behind her. "I-I am going fo
help!" But before his cry had fairly
died away Beauty's head was down
stream, with Sunshine holding it easll:
yet strongly above the racing waves
It W-as a hundred yards to the big syca
more, leaning far over the water, witi
a great horny branch almost parallel
with its face.
Dicky scrambled out on the branch
lockedbhis lcgs about it an'd hung, heaU
down, to grasp Sunshine and raise har
high enough to grip the big bougZi.
"Hold tight! I'll have-you-up-in
-a minute!" he panted, writhing up
Once eli was safe he kissed her
over and over, saying: "Sunshine
Sunshine! Suppose .Granny had noi
sent for me! I ne-er should have
known r(al sunshine again."
"Suppose, rather, you had not been a
strong man," Sunshine said, hiding
her eyes in his breast. Then, with a
quick revulsion: "Did you bring Dicky
the collar? If you did, you can have
anything you please in return for it."
"Thank you. I have all I want just
now," Dicky said masterfully, helping
her toward the tree trunk.

HIl Medicines and Hia Death.
A reader at the Paris Bibliothoae.
National has dug,tup the pre:..-rpih*.,n
ror medicines wflTch 'were ordered to
Prince Concle in his last illness 'A
consultation of three physicians pre
scribed "a syrop made of rice, marsh
mallow roots and sugar candies" and
a blister to be applied night and morn
In;. The distinguished patient failed
to improve, and a fourth doctor wasi
called in, who ordered "two ounces of
a preparation of hyacinths to fortify
the heart and repair the exhausted
forces," foUowed by "epry .Rt .er,'
"s yrop o f'stag horns," "ipecachuana,"
"liqmioxice" and "mIstletoe roots." ThII
prince lived through this treatment fo.
slx months, when he dkhd. ,ecor n,
to the. from which he v-:as st,"-ml ,'." ]
doesn't make any dciffterence now. b.
it is natural to hope he dinlu't die o.
anything worse.

An Odd Regiment.
In the fiftie- of the last century Mr
Loveson-Gowver rerided in St. I'etert-
b e'g. He told this story: "Opposite t-
our house was drawn up a regimen;.
called Paulovski, formed by the Em

peror Paul, all the men having turned.
up noses and therefore roenmb in;
bimn. It seems it was the fashi-':i here
to compose regiments of me- who ', v L
the same sort of fe,.,t urcs. The (-;-i.ir
or had recruits sent to him rand to!d
them off according to their looks. WVha'
childishness! There is one regiment of
men Rl marked wiih the s'nalpox.
This Paulovski regiment did one thing
which amused me. Just before the cor
tege came up they all blew their noses
with their fingers at the word of corn
mand, and this was in order that none
of them might sneeze when the emper-
or passed, as their doing so would
4rng him bad luck I








Copyright, 190.5, by R. B. McClure -

They Were a rough o1t of men under
'"e shadow qf Diamond hill-miners,
a;msters, prospectors. traders and cat-
"i.en--but when old John Dyer, one
', the mine losses, brought his daugh-
ter Kate from civilization to live with
him there andl keep his humble cabin
he had faith In that chivalry that has
always made-the western man respect
the other se .. He knew that she would
have many admirers and that there
would be quarrels on her account;,but
he was a widower and she motherless,
and he hoped hb was doing what was

-?-.' s',,:ei sound. For an houfb he
,-e.,d, and .thsn/of a sudden, a cold
hil :htu'tck the back of h's neck. lHe
/i-li:lc l U1s horse about within an oath
-n bi:. li4 s.
"it is the sand storm!" he muttered
.:, h- ju.r.ped tI the gro-tmnd.
S ]:,, a blanket for hiamslf and one
h.1r hl Se T'se. Ti e an'. nal lay down at
.. Wi -,rNl and suficr,--d his head to bec
ra1it.!Im'd, aud just a;i the tirist sharia
Si:s began to fly the man snuggle'
.vwn bisie the animal and mulled hi:
;'tu and swore.
III hI :A seen a hundred sauti storm
un lht d.esert. They came w:ih a put
at; wet lithe sae- way. In live rnin
',l he v.oui(i be up and watchinD
.gai, but 1h.n ,ive minute.; had
...;,.-ed the' gusts ,vyere stronger. A
'lie cud of ten thcy-'lug.n cireting an
S:iiLng across the sands like Wraiths
-2'hoy atlo d.Ug deep into the sands
.;Id wv, t tlhe L. t ,:h i ob:'.t't'J
ion they covered it 'in. VMn ani hors
wore soon iln danger of Uiucatliolu an


mlles back. He would cover the dis-. horizon. Around, the air is amber tint-
tance in a Vay, but It would be late in ed, glowing. Suddenly it begins to
the evening when he returned drop behind' the distant mountains, and
"I will meet and kill him as he re- the shadows advance across the plain,
turns," decided Pedro, and when dark- swallowing up the landscape in mellw
ness fell he eluded observation asmtouch gloom. The shadow draws near and
as possiblend rode out on the desert. nearer-envelops the town. Behind you
There was no trail across the sands. the sky is still lit up wth the rosy
Hie who would hold a straight course beams. A line of siladow creeps swift-
must depend upon the compass, and he ly up the rugged sides of old Popocate-
must consult it often. There was fai .petl, obscuring completely the base of
starlight-lht enough to see his rival the mountain as it advanced. Up, up
many rods away. The sky was clear tesnow capped crest, deepening aIn.
of those sca dding clouds which might tint until at last it hangs like a great
be taken warnings that the whirl- opal against the darkening sky, A mo-
winds wer being bora in the cold air ment It remains so, glowing and quiv-
of the gulc es, and no noise came from ers g as Night haonfegrows come.ller and
the mount n except the whispers-rof 18sgone. Night has come.
the pounes tthecedars the whier of Through the dusky silence, you seek
When Piro had made five milesyour hotel, passing on the roadside sl-,
straight oA from the base he pulled lent figures, fagot laden. "Adlos, se:
In his hor e and sat and waited, his nor." Their soft voiced greeting falls
face to th west and Lis ears alert for upon your ear like a benediction.-Lee
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ie best. nlda ti) struggle up too t fow oi u:,
e, The cabin, like the rude' and strag- Th';;nt. They vwbcr j-st in tlme to h
n gling village, was backed by the grim ,'3u.1'ht by a crcJng b:eoze uad spui
ae mountain, while along its front as far .0rOUud as if they were straws, anU
's as human eye could reach there gilt- .vhon' the man was fiunr on h!i4 Ca.
n- tered the white sands of the Mojave At last and covered a foot deep in a-
oe deser t. d there out on that istmt the ho uttered a ne:Ch o
k cacti., na un tod 'he giras her . .
g, eyes searched the, desert for'the first -: .' r-.: :'. .-.. :
ie time that out there under the blazing : ,-,i1 W!i lh b;k > L .' .1
k. sun the rattlesnake basked and the 1 It !:' n': ip,
d lizard glided swiftly over the bones of : 'o:; .:-: ih-: w t;:t.
y men and animals. ',
Ds The (d, ert was not always at peace, :::''s, ;,.aJ. niit 'u a i '. ':
)e its surface, resembling a placid lake. -ind s,'::.'r.:- 011 it ,,:: :, :
l- Now aia then a wind, born up in the c;ort and return t') it, :
d gulches if the mountain, came down .. of '. t.. -
and went sweeping across the sands, t-i the mian w' cme :,n ,
y and tlet the spectator saw great west couk' naot tc A .
.e clouds 4f dust as the flinty particles o 10.-.e's feet lay a .I --
n- were cauight up and driven here and wo feet ".p. 'ihe c :o .
g there to cut and gash and wound Dia7.- *Th'e .is Of i .i:
Je whatever lived. The sands never 'lutted iii out.
.k swept in from the desert, but alw-ays
't were dritey the other way. 'Had it -... :'
y! not been- so Diamond mine and the ,ome d(ty, my .h;I ', I :, <
town around it could not have been. 't into t::e wd' g-.:: >
r The ciWring of the girl among the howl you t ""-:ng ,iu -' .
me thousand' men was an event. There ,n -d ve .lit1e .tik'- i: t.
.. were a few old Women there--cooks ek" : -. ;ron w i t --
to an. -,.uil:h,-sses--but ebre was a girl, i 'ack a-t'- t'-" a:y a-
u a hni-omre young girl. IHer influence '-t -. -,'' it co'. ) .-...
was felt almost immediately. The a sight reader, 'd ha. i :.,. -
te mine manager said that more soap, -reucive t tee Le- ; ,* ,
er comnba,' handkerchiefs and looking ,ae.haiCnh 7. T- ,lu .
)- glasses ,'o.re called for from the com- 'ps s;o Ic.'strucicJ i ;
*e pany store In a wcek thni- -ere bought ,, '' -
t during the preceding three months. '.'- '' .i iZ. ,. ,-
n, At least 800 of the thousand men un.ic ml u I 'unn I '
r. determined on an introduction at "
e once, but when it came to the '' '
it piat., and even after three months '-("i-i H.- is ch'trful arbot 'th-.'
d hba. passed, there were not a dozen '. ..
callers at the cabin. < A month or two t i.' 1 ./'
T, later it was. said that only two 'of the .' $ n .sna.. :'y -.L> .
I- dozen stood aa chance. By ."chance'' -.
d tb.-y m'enrit mr-r1ae. 'It never .oc- .. :e 'a.-
h curred'to any of then that a girl might. : n- V-' a;r H" ...- f'toi
r- have' compe among tlem without fall- -' ':c' be . s
y "iu in lore nud marrying one of ifthir a-'Y .': w ".'
Yt nurlt:O 0' to'(' 1"tV'w'"I 0
I .it was .6trange that arj')pg.Kate's i S "I,... J aL iit I'
d perli et Ad most persistent a.dmitmre's J prci;'ad to.us .-k'. to
r wkutan P'eto. Dlaz, st full blood d Mex- '-*-:i' "mit of a co,'.. rr .' -. ,
e ice.u. Ha. 'lad e-targeof the cotn pay's ". i,. ,, -
e t;-a:.prfatlon,and he'mnfaged:thr6rogh t'. h u. ?' Pi .':op-: tL-f i t "
y the father to force an lntrogluctlon. rf .I I. e. ~e1 -' p -
g HIe was-klndly received by the girl, b .r. t- -r -.lvor to death they r..
s but noniore. He was tolerated l by the bo f u f-"' u-" hlr. fifer.-Tom Vu-tL
h father, bbt there was no welcome for sou' Maga'ne
e himn. Pedro was a swaggerer. He was
e" nn egotist i He thought he was in love,, r-..ty "tiyirres.
: and oee having made upp'his mind to "If there iLs "uch vN't:ue in the (L'-
this he was ready to maintain what 'ine of ivh'-:t(, ..-... '- y "
he called his right by fair means or he(re sau a vahi, ,.'cri,.c, a; ",-e '-.
-. foul.. a :a'u ..t, e f i,..n a ce.- L r The thousand fien said that Pedro's ''ro",'' bet,-!n -,-'.-?" s.id -;
y rival was Tommwy Britt, the keeper of bl''ver of m..n n' l k-in .Y. :
i- the compaiiy's sfbre. He was an Amer- bg,.) I begr,a to in...e a . u1 f" t:
y lean, young, fair looking, and ., the books to be promoted for his en- f.l'e.l -"i f- e" - . .'- er..
- ergy, ambition and/integrity. Perhaps :t0iparitfe-. I kc;ow of a ietr -'eu Jur.;L.
h he admired, as all others did, but he and a mn-t exO-e.i 1.- a .i -J ev.'
1 had never asked himself if he was in point of vley-, .- who bms -h i -
love. He found both father' and daugh- pei";ci:ar'.y I -.-6 ...-" .:', of
ter congenial company, and that would or.ii,-r.O. thibre (t' .L \ .'e i .'I u.
I have been -his excuse had any one the hii(get soci-i a;i :n.; tistl:t
r asked 1,im why he paid two visits a in, v-lie the other throe wvr; -.e.-
week to the cabin. "n'J va, ,bondi ;;'I ';:-;P a r'o :;. ':;.y.
There came a day when Pedro Diaz They haid the sanei iti':cr ...,1 sujacr,
p made up his mind to know his fate. the same moral and ine'l...ctul train
He chose an hour when he knew the lug. Whence the differ-ce'ie? I know o'
r girl would be alone, and he dressed two sisters, one of whom i.Ls an angal
in his best and knocked on the cabin and the other a totally deprav. d -rca
t door. H'6 believed himself irresist- ture. Inherited qualities often exit
bible, and be smiled and smirked and and are tufluential 4n the foru -ion of
offered his love. There was a moment character, but the law of their trans
'of. astonishment, and he found himself mission is wholly uncertain."--Wash
rejected. The girl tempered her re- ington Post.
fusal as much as possible. It was her 'The Rig-it Biwevr.
first offer,' but womanly instinct told Before Millard Fliilmore wa3 elects
Sheer to soften the blow even though the to the vice presidency of the TMUi
, man was -obnoxious to her.' States he was head of' the law ftir:m of
"What! You refuse Pedro Diazl" ex- Fillmore, Hall & Havens of Buffalo
claied the man In reply. "You re- It was one of the leading law firms of
fuse -ne--me, Who am worth $5,000 the state. He was the, defenCant's at
and could marry any senorita in my. torney in a certain action in Buf'a:o.
own country!, Do you quite understand At the opening of the trial of the cas.
m the plaintiff's attorney stated to t-h
', I have love for yeop," replied the jury that he would have to depend ea
girl.- H ....- tirely upon the justice of his e'ient''
'-But makes no difference. You case, as the defendant had sought and
shall loi me later on. k am pedro obtained the aid and cou--el of odie of
Diaz. It Is the first time I ever did the aoblest firms of lawyers in western
a woman the honor of asking her to *New York, and he might say he had
marry me." opposed to himr the right boc' c' o, the
The glil's reply was a firm one, and legal profession. "What does Le mean
Pedro flung himself out of the cabin by that?" said Mr. Filnlmore. Mr. HIa-
with auger raging in his heart. He vens replied, "Hie means you." "'Yes,
had beed snubbed, humiliated, made a I know," replied Mr. Fillmore, "but
fool of. There was a man in the case, what does he mean by that particular
of course, and it could be none other expression?" "Did you never play eu-
than the storekeeper. Whoever oppos- chre?" said Havens. "No,'^ said Mr
ed Pedro Dia. In any of his cherished Fillmore. "Well," said Havens, "in
schemes must die. He was not five the.game of euchre the right bower is
minutes decideing on the death of Britt. the biggest knave in the pack.."
That mornlhg the young man had
ridden away across the desert, a stretch Tee ti alwlgiht in nexo.
of twenty longa hotailes, to strike the There is almost no twilight in Mex-
railroad on the other side and order Koe You watc the g ung a sitnsg orb,
further supplies by telegraph. The ride descending with growing swiftness and
was twenty miles over and twenty wreathed in a vell of fire toward the

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NoRTHCAROLINA PEOPLE M qra cComiw'.RtldvvWIN &I 4lN.-AU.1111. N.0

How to Get Into the One and to Sup-"
port Yourself With the Other.

the lhlade aiDoweld' to projec-t ib we the
surface of the water tu, froht of one,
By this means the head Is kept well
above the water.-Pearioh' Slam,,

Very few persons know how to -gt zinc, .
into a life buoy, and, as in this ucer- i .
tain world one never knows- when one -,An Amerlean Lenras RBaDglih, .
Imay need to make use of a buoy In T"ie. i0 an American la London wh@
real eztrnu-st. a little practice. might Is rapidly learning English. He -used
prove of g -eat yaiue in nu ol rgeicy. to ring' the bell and call curtly for
Now, when the buoy is'thrown ,tit< mucilagee." Assiduous and willing- at-
the water the tcn.ptatioi is t;:Try to tendents brought him ieverythfing yo
lilt it over one's head and si;ide'rs itn -think of from ,tbh "peerage" to
or t-) dive ihro'olgh it. This, however,, packets of lgarettes,. but never the ex-
is "ipissii,. The corrt-tiling is to act th!ng he wanted. At last the most
grasp the two siJes of tl.e buoy, witb fatelligent of the young men put the"
iangers of the hu;n-s ppermnost, lower right_ question and got the answer,
youth. a--i un, ir th'e buoy and come up "'Oh, yeS," he said and brought gum.
through the c inter, then rest your In America when eo0 w$;At to stick
arms n.-oun #e sides, andl you w6 be things together you ask fdo'- muciag
comifort.ably Sp aorted, a" long aa tt i; and when you want o tetMinrg to chew
necessary you demand gumnf so called, bi( fll-.
More often thO:n otherwise, In case Itation, we presume, because it .
of accideut, a life buoy is not at hand. "stickJaw."-L-ondon Cbrotlelep
in such event an oar may be used as *
a substitute. Now, there Is some little or ale!
art in saving oneself by this means,. a
for an Eaveraige sized scull is not buoy- "-'We offer for sale a strip from the'
ant enough to sippu-rt a person if south side of the north half of the
grasped as the first impulse, would northwest quarter of section 10. town-
.direct. ship 4 south, range 14 west, running
Thire o o -n te from the school house to Watson bayou,
There Is only one we-in whlch the adjoining MilIville on the south' Wili be
oar will support a human being. It sold n acre, quarter, or half-acre. Will be
must be ridden like a hobby horse. The price asked will be according td
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