Title: St. Andrews buoy
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 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: January 25, 1906
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: VID00244
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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T. ANDREW, FLA., JAN. 25, 1905.

NO. 45.


U. S.-Senator-lst district, S. R. Ma'l-
lory. PIu-acula; 2d District, J. P.
Talii tf-ro, .Jat. ksouville.
Representative-s-1st District, S. M.
Sparkman, Tampa; 2.i District,
Frank Clark, Lake City; 3d District,
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee.
L.ani.l ulti^--egister. W. G. Robln-
.-.,n: li'e,.civer, HI. S. Chulu ), Gaines-
State-Governor, N. B. Broward; Sec-
retary, H. C. Crawford; Treasiurer,
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, W.
H. Ellis; Comptroller. A. J. Croom,
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion, W. M. Holloway; Commission-
er of Agriculture, B. E. MceLin.
'iate Senator, S. W. Clark, Blounts-
clashingion County-Representative,
W. A. B.-yan, Clhipley; countyy Judge,
J. R. Wells; Clerk of Court, County
Clerk, Recorder oft" Deelds, W. C.
hockey; Sheriff, C. G, Allen, Vq,:-
pon; Deputy, C. H. Danford; Tax
Collector, Jno. R. Thompson, St.
Andrew; Treasurer, Loula H. Howell,
Vernon; Tax Assessor, J. W. Bowen,
Duncan; County Superintendent, B.
?. Gainer, Wausau; Surveyor, Thos.
Collins, Vernon; County Commis-
sioners, B. F. Swindle, Vernon; A.
L. Harrill, Chipley; J. M. Porter,
Econfina; J. H. Wesley, Point Wash-
ington; Elton Singleton, Nixon.
.t. Audrews-Justice of the Peace,
.iolin Sturrock; Notaries, W. A. Em-
mons, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk,
Circuit Court, W.. A. Emmons;
School Directors, G. W. Surber, Sr.,
P. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis-
tress, Zadie H. Ware.
WXJ1% il --tostmiaster. Henry Bovis;
Constable, J. H. Daffin.
irker-Plostmaster and Notery Publi%
W. H. Parker.
Callaway-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle.
Saunders-Postmaster, R. Peters.
Allanton-Postmaster, Andrew Allan.
Anderson-Postmaster, S. W. Ander-
West Bay-Postmaster, W. C. Holley.
Murfee-Postmaster, James M. Murfee.
Gay-Postmistress, Mrs. R. Gay.
7ompkins--Postmaster, Emery Tomp-
Bayhead-Postmaster, O. C. Tompkins.
Cooik-Postmaster, J. J. Fowler.
Wetappo-Postmistress, Mrs. Dyer.

I-jhoun County Cromanton-Postmas-
SPrank W. Hoskins.
S l .--otmuas ter, W. F. Wood-

I5 n'e. ;pd ('i'l y deart'

:":.'++.. i/ <. ;+:;+U. ;'+v iln +'i u M-1 U ville,
i : '",.z I..trk, i'.is!,'1.iiz Cook,
Ivjlla li and Wetappo leaves St.
Andrews every morning except Sun-
day at 5:30 o'clock, arrives, coming
west at 7 o'clock p. m.
Baptist-Church Wyoming ave. front-
ing Park St. Services at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m., Sunday School every Suni
lay at 10 i. m. Rev. C. L. Joyner,
Methodist Episcopal-Church Wasri-
ington ave. and chestnut st Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. every Sunday.
Rev. J. M. Conway, pastor.
.'resbyterian-Church corner Loraln#
Ave. and Drake St, Rev. 0. C. Dol-
phy, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. every Sunday, John Stur-
tock, Supt.
Catholie-(Church corner Wyoming
A ve. and Foster St.

'irker Lodge No. 142

Regular Comnimuni-
cations- on the first
T an(t third Saturday
l e ian each months.
Visiting Brothers
A. EMMoss.Secretaryv

uty circuit Court Clerk and Notary
4'ulilic for the State at Large; has
ii. .nuu to administer oaths, take
stli!;i \its, legalize acknowledg-
ments, etc., anywhere In Florida.
.i. .:1l attention given to land con-
', .:s and marriage ceremony per-
,oruied for lawfully qualified parties.
.... t tlie Buoy Otlice, St. Aunrews

ATT.}1R.I AT LAW, Vernon, Fla.
er-l'romspt and eartail attention ivan
toi all masters sbmitte.i to my care.
Attorne- at Law ,
Vernon, Fla.

One I)ollara Year in Adl 'nnce1.

ndl "(*et the Habit" necessary to
ciipe \ith tlie microbe of society that
\ill iilfe?.-. ini a very shNort timnie thel

tlie coning IIub-oiu-the-t(ulf. And
Entered Sept 3. 19, -2, nt St. Andrv,',
Fla.. mas sicni a cl:- i', iattei nidfr ,ii in inv bi ichelor gal oet methiiiks
Act ol Conr-gr.s uf MMart h 3, le, l .li;,r il,,1 ne timimtlei iig wliy I
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WI LL I A EM M OlNS 1 c ,-o l ilhip sttelingi
Su l,,t the giami Inutume of St. An-
tf I l l'iew. I can onlv h ic ly in tlhe wuoril

Display ad. rate:, 51,.1:. per inch p-r I .1' the sa i, tii ,oi ni.ous wag w'h onil
month. I't-itioin l ial extrM ordlmary ;,tii g a.ke, vly he th.t thie w.e. id
colnlition rat,'t. subjl. -t to tp ,ial ,i ,, ,,, ,,, -, ,.,, i,,
i tas et inh!_ to an o nd 1 so t-on. rei lied

a1 ''reementt.
"Lo.cal Drift. G. per line, [irt inc:r-
t.ion: 2i: e( 'lh s hiil-eql:nt. DIisplay
localse.i double alho\e r:att-3.

Tf this pf'dtra! ljh i.., ( lb ck,.d ilh a
"liliul: p.uIii it f-a ar,.nhinder that your
subscription Lha expir,.d and that tio
or three extra numbers will be sent
you that no break may occur should
you choose to renew.

The Tampa Globe and Union La-
bel heretofore published week!3 in
pamphlet form comes to the 1buoy's
exchange table as an eight-page., sev-
en-column daily with one page in
SpanishI. f the advertisements shown
are taken at living rates, and the
showing can be maintained the e
seems no reason why the Globe may
inot be a power on the southwest
coast of Florida and even throughout
the state, and its championship of
the union label cause almost insures
it success


Correspondence of the Buoy
Greater New York has been having
almost a Florida winter. On the 7th
of January the first snow of the sea-
son covered tile ground to the depth
c. t*vo inches. Last year we had two
mnothI o( severe ivinuer before this
Lim e,
The Newv Year was born amid a
discordant jubi ation from a coterie
Gf church bells and chimes of varied
intonations, factory and steamboat
whistles covering a wi.le compass of
pitch, and millions of tin horns and
other ear-splitting designs from the
surging multitudes in the streets at
midnight. I staid in my room and
kept my alarm clock in action five
minutes, and then changed to a tin
flute to keep company with the
throng on the street beneath my win-
dow. Some of the robust steam whis-
tles continued their weird vibrations

by eagerly ',xcl'lmIing, "\Why, 1 hIavC
I, It it in mny bi neo1 flr fuuirteen

Ve' Iln.


S -

-.c. '. 1905, by Ru rb? ), Do :g

It is not etiquette in Grass Valley to
make afternoon calls earlier than d
o'clock on certain days of the year.
The weather. man made the rule. When
the mercury stands at 102 degrees on
the shady north porch and you are sure
that something ails the thermometer
or it would be higher, you obey fash-
Ion's dictates without any question.
It was something after 6 when I
joined Hallie at her aunt's gate on the
evening before she was to return to
her eastern home. She was barehead-
ed, bare necked, bare armed, and her
dress was white. My throat tightened
as I saw in perspective other nights
when I shouldn't care what I did be-
cause blithe, beautiful Hallle would be
only a memory.
"I've saved only the best for the last, ,
Dan," she smiled, giving me her hand.
"Come on the porch and see. Every
day I've stood here and looked cyer at
it, my beautiful castle, and would al-
low no one to tell me about It because
i wanted you tow I've made more ro-
mances about that castle than you can
"Castle?" I repeated, following her to
the east porch. "I don't know of any
castle in this town."
In obedience to her pointing finger I
looked across the hollow to the hill be-
yond, red of soil and green with. culti-
ration, having a background of pines
and bearing on Its breast ruins of gray
"Oh, that," I said; "that is Deacon's
Folly. It is"-
"Wailt Don't tell me till we are there.
We shall see the sun go down while I
listen to the story."
So we went through the streets of
the town out Into a country road and
through a veritable lovers' lane, with
the twitter of birds somewhere beyond
the willows on either side, with the

V \\ \

for one hour and twenty minutes. 1 \ \/
know this to be true, for altlio I was
snugly ensconsed really for slumber "
when quietness reigned, in the dark-
ness of my room I threw my pocket
searchlight upon the face of tlie -
litrmi clock in order that I might '
truly make this exact report. J .''--' .
A lar4e clot lign house has for its
display motto: "Get the Habit." 4:"'.- --.
A N,-ie alter residing in this great *
city of IAultitudes for awhile will get
the habit of the swift keen-eyet
American Eagle during the day, and
ot either the detective owl or flying Ai
bat at night. The numerous theaters
and lecture courses give one the )ab.
it of retiring near the midnight hot r,
The discussion after s,,me lectures 1
coiitiInes unil nmidnigbt, and then
you dio well to get kome by 1 o'clock. a
There are people in this feverish city "you A=E TpAIO Toas GE, DAN," SHE

goiing to bed and getting up at all
hours of the day and night. Take a
trip thro the city at midnIighlt and
you will think that everybody is on
the move; but there, is an army of

A. H. BRAKE, people asleep at the same time, and
Notary Public for State at large Of there are also two classes at any oth-
flee at Store, corner of Loraine ave-
nue and Cincinnati st, All Notarial er time of day-the sleeping and the
work solicited 'and given prompt at- rushing. From 5 to 7 o'clock in the
tention.ruing. m to oock in the
DI. W. G. MITCHELL, morning and evening of every busi-
Physician and Druggist, Commerce St., ness day is the greatest rush time. A
east of Bayview, offers his profes- continuous army of wage-slaves sud-
"sional services to the citizens of St.
Andrews and vicinity. Residence on denly appears from the ten to thirty-
Buena Vista avenue.. two story sky-scrapers at tre hour of
DR. J. J. KESTER, 5 :ra the evening-a rushing throng
Homoeopathic Physician and Accou- almost blocking the passage of street
eheur. Office Pioneer Drug Store,ar a tepiaeown
XW. H. PARKER, cars and drays-rapidly elbowing
+'+.lt'y l'unriic for the State of Flor- their way to the great bridges and
Ida at Large. Office at Parker, Fa. numerous ferries that lead to Brook-
tou un-ronds:ide. naseci~altie-3o s.,n. to Staten Island. to the Jerecy
Bot o ko lc Painn. c,.ties ten and twenty miles distant
Young Wife--I took -:. palus 'L" ana to the Bronx north of Manhattan

10 eutomber ealad, Johu, and I hope
...q' enjoyed it. Husband .-.i.,u.7Ty)-
Irr afraid, is *r. I. that I to.,k great
pains with it too.

First Clubman-A physician should
take life easy.
Second Clubman-Some of them do.-

by the surfoce, elevated and subway
electric roads.
I am type-writing this letter as the
thots come rushing to me in keeping
with the theme, and now I find my-
self wondering whether the Bnoyites
will :ake in the spirit of the letter

purling of a little stream at our feet
and the tinkle of bells behind us. We
halted on a rude bridge.
"Hallie, dear, let's stay here in the
peace and quiet forever," I whispered.
She put her hand on my arm. "I have
decided that I will marry you, Dan,"
she said softly.
"Oh, HIallie I cried and captured
the little hand. "Oh, HallieI!"
"I've been thinking It over since I
said no, and I am sure it needn't Inter-
fere with my work. I can't bear to go
away and leave you, and you would as
soon lire in the east as the west,
wouldn't you, Dani?"
The expression of her face was eager
and sweet and shy all at once, but
frowning. I released her hand and
started on.
"You were critlcising this town the
other day," I began slowly. "You said
your uncle owned only half his home
because he has title to only the surface
right, while Mr. Brown owns the min-
ing right. You said that if you owned
a piece of property you should want to
own halfway down to China; that it
must be all or nothing'wlth you."
Hallie flushed, but made no reply.
"It is so with me. I want you, Hal-
lie, but I want all of you-your mind
as well as your beautiful body. If you
are to be my wife you must not give
the Benton Clarion or any oilhr news-
paper a mining right to take the gold
of your brightest thoughts away from

to California. And, Dan, I was glad,
for t'alif.-rniia held you. My castle has
fallen, as you said it might, but I don't
seem to care."
"Hallie," I answered joyously, "love
is better than favme and uileines.: far
mo're to. be desired than grant riches.
After you left I b..)ubt the pear or-
chard, and often have I sat among the
castle ruins longing for my little girl.
Tonimrrow I will begin to build our
house, and when It Is ini.hel I shall
take you there. The pure winds and
,othe ,tin. ,.of ,. La-.; iR vvl t irV1 n J va

JoEL- .'n.'NT ].IrEs

"' I a1nii ibe be-IL gLil reporter in
hie 'ta:le. Thty s.i -0o.'" bht p Iroested,
i;l Sa lIl..uL_ ,u i. >' ,u. "l
J I't lv I' 1' n y V eirlt.. P.n I hove it."
". i i. *'*in s l'r e t'.-o Inla-ter.-. IIal

W e .1];;_.,! ; lite wbile in silence.
'i I turn-i to "li.-t her up the hill
S .: v lw'1 1 it h--.r ',y -. e ivt. lt -he
I.v,. :,a';r l ..i.i r w-r;rL iv-i Iln nie. She
., S"'l';i ,i iii..h the flrst chi pter." she

"., e it." I answered, holding ,open
i'e '-.it g.i: th:It she might pass

\,. wi.int thro-ii.ff (eljir or-har.l, and
;-.'e,.,tly we steu', imong the gray
'tO-le ruins. lII tlhlm O.urp werwe plue
.rees and map! ng their grent
'*-.- r:.- ~the re -nt en-
trn :,n. some stn,.>i ,had fallen front out
Llji wall, and :mo:nq them grew poison
oak; in one corner masses of blooming
cat:hily and in the center six dande'
lion stems.
"Rich man, poor man, l,:.e:;ar man,
chief; doctor, lawyer"- chanted Hal-
lie, I'euling over them. "Tell my for-
tune. da,inlei'ous, I 'pray you." She
puffed out her pretty red lips and blew
desperately at each one, but their time
was not yet ended. They refused to be
blown away. L;I'TII:tg. she went over
to the cat.-'ii'y corner and sat down on
a stone.
"Tell me about it, Dan," she com-
manded, beginning to gather the scar-
let blossoms.
N"iany years ago a good deacon own-
ed a gld mine," I began, looking down
at her gloomily, "and in the foolishness
of his heart he thought the yield would
never grow less. He said: 'I will not
live in houses like other men. I wil!
build me a castle such as this country
has never beheld.' So his workers laid
these foundations and built these walls.
riin one day the deacon went to his
'nine. but there was no more gold. Ilis
a'itle was never completed; his fom,
ralins never splashed in the smulight
'nor did his electric lights ever shine
.town on the town below. Hle dI'l,. but
bis 'folly' remains. It has "maily appli-
"atioins. You, II.iIlie, are Sql.a uilt'riul
he g.Ad of an hol,,,t o: n".s love. You
re bhildin'. f.r .','ri r'-et' a castle of
f.tne. Dewv:re. le3t it ci'tulbli? in ruins
:ijcnt your foet."
KY"u are tragic t-,':i.t., Dan," she
-'e nim'kd as she lu:.-Ih.1 olr bright
huel crown :.;.I placed it on her dark

10 o s'n la et t"ng,," I 'aid, turrinM
-n'y' ;,u'av.y from- her' .. .-Aty. "You
n-te.i .) n ( i -:iOi- to v. "'.' ..' among
men a "yway. You ;i'>' (*)., :'elfy."
it ;a s ; fl 4' she threat;
biack atme s -'e i. i:. A.'" ilhe rock pile
to ioJ.k toward t'l .- .'t.
"I didn't itinuk thai: of you," she raid
quietly, but her tone made me flu.,I
with b~h.nle.
"Forgive mo, alliiie," I cried, s-.'i"t'
ing up beside her. "I don't know wha.
I'm saying." .
"Dear old Dan," she whispered, witld
a half sob, "don't forget me quite wheu,
I'm gone."
Forget her! The sun dicappear.1l be,
hind the fringe of pines, and the ca-
thedral bell began to ring slowly, each
chime a knell to my dead hopes. Hal,
lie shivered.
"We had better go. It will be dark
now when we get back."
I pleaded for five minutes more so
that I might say my real g."ot;y to
scarlet crowned, red liIp d. misty eyed
Hallie; then, hand in hand, we went
down the hill, along the country road,
through lovers' lane and back to the
town again.
It was summer when ZItaI1e went
away, and it was summer nz.tia when
she came back. One evening I was
passing the house which she had glori-
fied for so short a time, when her aunt
ibeckoned to me.
"Go to the east porch," she whispered
as I went up the walk.
I thought of the tiime Hallie had
shown me her castle from the east
porch, and my heart was like lead as I
went round the house and looked up to
see-Hallie! Not round and rosy as she
had been, but white, with great eyes
unnaturally bright; Hallie, with her
pale lips trembling and her thin little
arms outstretched toward me.
"What have they done to my dar-
ling?" I cried hoarsely is I sprang for-
"I'm tired, r[ n." she whispered, lay-
Ing her .dear head c my shoulder.
"You said no one' -'l~ rve two mas-
ters, and I have r;milbf.3 -rvi-lng one.
I went out one Siii'rmy night to get
details of a hr-rilble murder case. I
au:giht c'l.1 and couldn't seem to get
over it. They said I must come back

back your health. Oh, Hallie, Hallie!" That was from the book she read
And looking into her dear eyes I saw you on Sundays. You had looked and
sweet prophecy of happy days to come. looked, but you had never seen the pur-
ple rims. All the hills you knew had
Marine Gr.rveryard. trees on them and were green. Per-
First Fish-You n.e'd not feel so haps they might look different from
proud, you "old giavnevard!" Second the river. You were usually a good
Fish-This Is an insult. Why do you little girl, and you knew that good lit-
call me an "old gntvem'ard?'" First tle girl minded their aunties, and you
Fish-Because you are full of bones. had been forbidden to go down by the
river, but you suddenly felt that you
Her Hope. must see those purple rims.
JoBie-I was taken f.,r ftwen,ty-fl to- Down you went, along the close crop-
day, and I am only ,eight.-i. .lulia- t eil grant,. out on the large, flat, slip-
What will you be likenm for i hien you pery rock, and thceu it happened-how
ate tvoiltv-flve? Jo,.,l--For better or you never kneiw- thal you were in the
wir.ne. I hope. Ws'ter, ntdl th;n Guy.was in the water,
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V.i-onn IrK[nilq of Apples.
"FP :h".1q.i lL"" :;:'d "';}.\ ,]|i'" tc'on':3
toi :*'ro in'-.r,. tl 01e o lb l:lf i nn. i r inl
I hihh the 'l.p[ el h > ie.lh -. ,,iil.l;y
t.lkoi n- -e ly ii.-n! l'rulit, he :tIn l i il
w 'ii..-h Is itP r:-ill2. l 'rr., te l in ;i ;i--
Ite i ng lil surt- of fruit and i 'eg hIt-l.,'
]iit uily rel.molely r," .e h il i. lr.
".MU:TiVy's ,i(UtoIt.ry %. ivI.... 2I1 ifplO1 iil'-
li-t of Ihbm--Jew's apple. :ev!l' ap.
pi.'. k u:ii-niroo apple., iid s;o on. A
writer of the sevente-ii th eI nt lry
pealikq of "tlie fruit or apple; of pa''il
tree.-," alid a 9fo1irtoenth cetiurl'y lvwan
says that "all nmanee aple.- that ben
closyd in an harde skynne. ryud-,. other
shale, ben really" Nuce..'" nutss. Iu
the year 10(00. apparently, "earth ap-
ples" mineant not potatoes, but icucuim-
bers. And even Eve's "apple" la be-
lieved to hare been n citron.


Rose Time


Copyright, 1905, by McClUme, Phiips & Co.

Every morning at half past 11 Aunt
M i tl a opened the side door and came
down the path between the verbenas
and sweet williams.
"Edith!" she called. "E-dith!"
"Coming, Aunt Martha," you said.
Then you anchored your fairy boat
(which was really a hammock) under
the big old elm and scampered down
the path, your light braids bobbing be-
hind you.
"Roses for dinner, Aunt Martha?"
you asked Joyfully.
Always the same. Though she called
you every morning and though you
saw the little white basket on her arm,
rou had always to ask the same ques-
Lion, "'oses for dinner, Aunt Martha?"
She Just stood smiling at you, and
you took the little white basket proud-
ly. Very straight and proper you were
as you walked down the garden path-
shoulders back, toes out, light braids
bobbing serenely.
"Do not loiter," she had said, and you
1lid not, although Guy, your huge New-
i,-,u;!.' 1-.J p'al: fe!ow, raced after you
down the path.
"Not now, Cuy," you said primly, and
':e th'opped hs stick aund followed you
edatte!y. Down the wide path between
le hollyhocks you went, across the
id''e below the lawn. s opping a mln-
:t by the water to cool your flusrhed
_a1e aud watch the riplepa I, i.liluag
:a th sunshine. '3r: 3. '. ::tI";-.::'. c -
;cctiu't:y. all r;-:ady for a pluni,-. but
--ou shook your head re:rov.ngly. "No
sticks at rose time, COy!" 'lhvln along
he wide sunny road and ini at the
'other Aunt '.:ii-.ll'i-" through the lit-
-;c white gate that was always open
for you.
The "other Aunt Martha" was the
most wonderful person you knew.
Even now. s3omiethnes, when your own
Little girl brings you roses and you bury
your face in their fragrant depths and
close your eyes, you can see the "other
Aunt Martha" as you used to see he::,
her little cap on her gray curls, stand-
Ing among her roses in the golden sun-
light of that long ago. The bees hum-
med among the blossoms, a little breeze
stirred the bushes, and a shower of pink
petals dropped silently. You walked
softly down the narrow path between
the roses to where, her arms full of
fragrant pink Nblssams, she waited,
smiling. for you.
But there came days when you did
not go after the roses, and you hid in
the long grass when Aunt Martha call-
ed you. That was the awful time of.
your great disobedience and its dread-
ful result.
When it was afternoon and you were
tired of playing with Guy or sailing in
the fairy boat and the sun shone in
slanting golden beams through the
twisted branches, you sat on the porch
in your little chair. Your frock was
the color of the little white clouds; your
sash was as blue as the sky. You were
very clean and proud and beautiful as
you rocked and rocked and rocked.
Aunt Dora stood In the open doorway
with a letter in her hand and eyed you
"Let me take it, Aunt Dora," you
cried, springing up from your little
chair. It was fine for a little girl to
walk down to the postofflcee all alone,
just as though she were grown up.
Aunt Dora still looked doubtful. "It
is a very important letter," she said,
and then all her face went pink like the
roses in her belt.
You looked and ponderel.

Aunt Dora was waiting between the
hollyhocks, and when she saw you and "
Mr. Nelson her face, which had been
white and anxious, grew suddenly a
beautiful pink.
"Oh!" she said and held out her
hands and then dropped them again.
With one great flying leap Mr. Nel-
son was out of the high cart and in the
path beside her, holding her hands
tight in both his own.
"Dora, Dora, my dearest girl!" he
said brokenly. "Is it true that yo,
wrote? Is it true that it was 'yes'
after all?"
Then you clambered out of the cart
as best you could and scampered with
Guy across the grass to the big old :,'y"' '
elm. How happy you were! You sang;
you danced; you raced with Guy; you
sailed In the fairy boat to isles of shim-
mering green.
Out of the corner of your eye you ,
saw the side door open, and Aunt Mar-
tha came down between the verbenas
and sweet williams. She had a little,
white basket on her arm.,
"Edith! E-dithl" she called.
"Coming, Aunt Martha," you said.

casl That Kilts and cola That cure.* i IE above picture of the
In England severe cold generally man and fish is the trade.
kils a good many people.I tnmark ofScott'sEmulsion,
parts of North America cold still more marid of the s muls io
severe puts new life into them. It re- alld is the synonym for
quires no argumentation to show that strength and putity. It is solf
there must be a definite reason for thli, in almost all the civilized count*
The chief reason Is that English cold tries of the globe.
Is mostly damp, while in North Amer- If the cod fish became extinct
lea It is mostly dry. There is the great-
est dilYerence In the world between dry it would be a world-wide calam-
air and damp air. The former Is usu- ity, because the oil that comes
ally air pure and simple, possessing a from its liver surpasses all other
full quantity of oxygen and often fats in nonutisliing and life-giving
charged highly with ozone. The latter parties. Thirty years ago
consists of air mixed with the vapor of properties. i rth r e g
water. When the former air, fully the proprietors of Scott's Emul.
oxygenated, is breathed it stimulates Sion found a way of preparing
more powerfully than chamnagne. The cod liver oil so that everyone can
latter, less oxygenated and charged take it and get the full value of
with vapor of water, not only does not
stimulat, but deprees.-Pb O the oil without the objectionable
ion, taste. Scott's Emulsion is the
best thing in the world for weak,
sport Is Anienet ~ n. acl.kward children, thin, delicate
In the palmy days of Rome the num- .
ber of lions brought from Africa aver- people, and all conditions of
atrg-l 400 per year for nine years, and wasting and lost. strength.
with t.h-c wrre l.pir,'lrs, figer, .. d fr
nas. elephants, buffaloes and serpents ood o r
almost without number. For several SCOTT & BOWNE, CUEMISTS
years there were 8,000 men employed M ymm. rasitr, mw iroa x'
in Africa in trapping wild animal to dagits.
make sport for the people of Rome. _, .


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loo, tugging at your frock; then you
and Guy were both all wet and safe _,.o "'Ill 'Exeectllonu.
and dripping on the shore. Wh LI u I' It !eit iol of jmO ri's
"The important letter-get that. too, S-.'..-"-. .. thn sent a
Guy!" you cried. pointing to a white cohv. lIi ildomel.\ l .lun,.. to Sir Gilbert
e .llott 1of .%futo. a fif :1riw.1 Iord jus-
speek drifting do mn the i .tre- m. But I.l .t o ut, .r o J -
Guy onl lenp)ed and :ul --kod innl licked ti-ecler'k, who had :iona lim great
your fat( witl hi- gr.- at rouA.h tongue. lki Inez.;ts.
Retribution had eomnie s'v ftlvy.'fn: ten- Sir (;ilAteit lc edt od th e' bo4,k, which
Ing it' grim haninl ou you auni shnelow- re .13 ii l', to the put'li"her, to
Ing all your little world. "What would his 1i,'1 g.':lden er, who was ai relation f
they sany't" you wondered numbly, drag.- "'hl.i.n'." 'the ohl1 mau took it .a
going wet. he:ivy little feet ,er' S the 1h-, in,'s. t: in: ,. it ,vu"'or ani over and
lawn and up botwven the hollyhol.ks g.1g "t it I!l i' Ilelt ildiration. Sir
and through the slanting golden bars Cil' at l of sunlight on the porch. Ih i n...' l i. '*t (i x ou think of
"Bless me!" cried Aunt Mnrtha J ', L..l., i, 11. ,, TTli.u.r' a book
"What has happened to the child?" thLdatl wt ,L I x :,III t.i.t'ttlI Ill the
And you tool with shnme,1, bowed'" ,V.! .: : i ,ttla'e his name."
bead while the water from your frock IIji,-'. l,:ol Ig I,, I i .t SnI' :lbertand
dripped in little brown rivulets across th. : it il1' Ir o *.1'1i1 Iroudly:
the gollea ha;ir nnal Itnuy l"nped and "'in tm n,11. C.r. L m a : c.'i.hd book. I
barked around yotr and .onfessed the ',lhi 1. tIn:k f lte l .hilad ingenuity
story of your disobedience. t.,'. t. hIli a -,. -!,* Lt-. IIt pluce of
Suddenly, swiftly, Aunt Dora ,bent handlc.hrat as thai.'"
and clasped you tight in her warm, Anl withollt a a .,!!W0- 4J.i lith h.iad-
loving arms and held your little wet some covers the gnrdener lihaded the
head against her breast, and as she b k ack to sh- ,:1. '- po o .rtln
kissed you and clasped you close you lhis surprise hat 1. poor -:, .. rela
felt hot tears dropping on your cold tlve hounlil have attained to such
face. prailsewo;tliy work.
How you loved her! Later, when you lr.tii maior's Qunaleationsi
lay alI warm and dry and comfy in We are so i nten told that the serried
your little bed, she came again. i go', to the dh.g., that it is quite re-
"Did you mail the letter, dear?" she f;ei: to find naval matters, even i
whispered softly, and because you Nelson's day, In a hopeless muddle.
loved her dearly and because she might I Ii- Ae gathers from a satirical list of
be fi:iappy if she knew about the im- 'qualifications for an admiralty app.,irnc-
portaut letter you nodded your small "nant at the end of tile eighteenth cenW
loead "Yes." tury:
How thut little word haunted you in "Hle .h, :h1 know n thg of a ship,
the days that followed! It peeped at "ie sihou)ld niver ab lv Jeti to sea.
you from between the hollyhocks; it "He. should be lgiiiant of r .-.:*iy;
trembled in the sunbeams stealing "He unll be ignorant of n:rval tac-
through the trellised leaves; it stared ties.
at you when you flung yourself, face "He should never attend .tlh.v until 4
downward, in the long, qui cring I ,' In the afternoon.
The daisies nodded it; the birds sang "He bsould be u1if0J for business
it; you cared no longer even to play every day.
with Guy. "He should he vry regular In n 1 ei
You were unhappy, but Aunt Dora Ing officers Waiting- for orders.
was unhappier still. Her sweet face "He should not, know a bumboat
was white and sad; soft, dark shad- from a three de-ker.
ows lay under her dear eyes. "HIs hair should always be well
You pondered, dressed.
Was it possible that an important "And his head should be empty!"
letter, swept downstream, could trou- The .desired man must have beeii
ble oue even though one did not know? found. Within a few years the battle
You would ask Mr. Nelson. ,of St. Vinm-ntt, tIh-'battli of the Nile
Mr. Nelson never laughed at you. and thef battle of Trnafn!.-nr had been
That was why you liked him. He did fought.--London Clrouncle.
not laugh now as you stood, a tired,
anxious little figure at his office door, A Plluar i-n Venire.
while all around you whirred and At a corner ofi" : Mnark'" church hi
elti:::ed the machinery of his great Venice, the one nearest the dncale piT
tills. ace, tihrim- has been standing since the
"Suppose an important letter were eleventh century a pillar of v,.-1 por-
lost. Would it matter even if one did ilhyry <';eiri-cd wrih tie Ioi',-:': r'"'" ,
not know't" you aiked. ',ur ',,lv i.'te icni-tnk ti or" .fAIl.nia. lt.
...':er-.va'rd, whcn you lh d,1:..een put In r.t "; tI:.' '. r..' i.r -! i \;l., ur. I-;
a big chair by the open wInadow and Veani, in I -l'ipi lii.'ii with \;i:'t
had something nice and cool to drink, we:ilmh. One couple plotted it,."in t in,,
you made it clearer. other to secure all (ihe treasure .,,-' .t
Mr. Nelson listened with never a a feast each duo of plotters i,:alQth.i
word until you had quite finished, and the other. The signory of Venice sel.-
when he did speak he had a queer, fun- ed upon thm'fr g"',: In commemora
ny little catch in his voice. tlion of so unbrotherly a consilraoey and
"It might have made a difference, A as a warrii-r agiimnst avarice the
very great difference," he said. unique and exquisitely carved pillar
Then when he saw how bravely you was erected.
tried to hold back the tears that would
come he took your hand In his and sincere Aimirnation.
squeezed At hard. "Why do you. Insist on keeping a pnr-
* "I am very grateful to you for mon- rot?"
nig to me," he said gravely, quite as "Because," answered the lminely man,
though you were a real young lady. "I like to hear it talk. The parrot ti
And then Mr. Nelsoni drove you back the only creature gifttil with the power
home again in his high, shiny cart, and of speech that is content to repeat Just
you sat up very straight and proper what it hears without trying to make
beside him, while Guy ran panting be- a good story of It."-Washington Star.
hln l

"Why do people's faces go like
roses?" you asked.
"Do they?" she asked and laughed,
and then she laughed again and kissed
you, and you went down between the
hollyhocks, carrying the letter proudly
in your hand.
Aunt Dora was not married like Aunt
Martha. She was a beautiful princess,
and some day a fairy prince would
come and she would go away with him
In a golden coach-
Over the hills and far away,
Beyond their utmost purple rims.




-Don't forget the chicken pie sup.
-Blank Warranty Deeds, short form a
printed on good linen paper, 25c per
dozen; also blank receipt tabs-100 re- t
ceipts in a block, 10c each, at the Buoy
-An agreeable movement of the I
bowels without any unpleasant effect
TheF sr. Tar did nott reach St. is produced by Chamberlain's Stom-
Theach and Liver Tablets. For sale by
Andrew from the south notil last all medicine dealers. 8
Sunday morning and started about -Yes, we have a little cold waye.
10 o'clock a. mn., for Pensacola, since that makes a fire -both a necessity and
hlhich time nothing has been heard a luxury; but when we read about 30
degrees below zero at the north we feel
from her here. She was loaded -to that we ought not to complain at 30
the limit with naval stores and must above.
have passed a bad ight on the gull f -The new seats for the B'ptist
during Sunday night's storm. Fears church are being built at C. H. Casey's
oAe entertained for iher safety; bnt fae-'ory. They are fine, and when com-
everyone hope oshe weathered the pleted and put in place, that will prob
-one e he heret ably be the best sealed church in the
storm and ro.ached her destination county.
without accident or damage. -You never have and may never again
The motor-schr. Cleopatra sailed have an opportunity to get so fine a
for Pensacola yesterday afternoon, fountain pen for so little money as you
can now by complying with the eondi-
FREIGHTING 8SCHtOONER tions of the coupon to be found else-
fB -where on this page.
C U B A ,* --Wizard Inka Tablets,P'rice, per
L.'. ,i'i. -, .~~i...Ikn. box lOcts. Put up eight Tablets in a
Ca.parity 13 tons-Is prepared to deliver box. One box makes ten ounces splen-
I umler at einy eoint on St. Andrews .
Plv ayt One Dollar iid Fi:ty Cents per didink, Ewcoomicalpermanent-; abso-
lliiisruid feet. Pt,, ,i.be solicited. Ad- lutely indellibe, covenientrDon-corro-
dresi L.(.DA,\Il -, Allanton,-Fla. sive. At th*e Buoy office.

NAPHIHAI LAUNCH --Wanted District Managers to pcst
SV 13 Ti L signs, advertise and distribute samples.
13 ..:..- Saimy $18.00 weekly, $3.00 per day for
Yt_ WF o"W* Jruuzvv-.

Fitted in splendid condition to take ex-
cursiont or passenger, to any point n
the Bay or Gulf. Good cabin protection
iW the event of bad weather. Terms re -s
enable. Also,
R A If C IE 3 1 f5A ;A
Capacity 10,000 feet of Lumber will Ferry
between F'aTrmdale and Allanton, on East
Bav and will deliver freight of every de-
Neription, including live stock to any
point on St. Andrews Bity. For particu-.
Irs, address W. F. WooDFoRD, Farm-
dale, Fla.

CTTA^ ,r I. M. WERtA.
EbraLk. regular tiit,s between St. An-
drrew,. .yvandPevnsacola. Good passen-
ger .u oinio iti, ,,ii anid po'ial atten-.
1ou paid to iharinling and carryingfieiglht
al reaboiinwble-iaitee-P. For pari'ieulars ad.
dress L. M. WARE, A anage",-
St. Andrew, Fla.

Equipped With Two Gasoline Engines,
f.n t0. A'.tidrwa il avy every M ondavy
leaves -' .. i. U I, every Thursday
,west heri ,..*ni .1;,, ) Special altenl
tion will lie given to receiving aand
forwarding freight for zarlies living on,
East and 'North Bay, passengers s for
point~ on either arm of thie Hay can
depci'il iupi u ..ii i p. i'i.n t tralls-
nm tt-Ir ...mm u I t .. ** --.'It ,press
id l:..i r,. d F .i.,in t .....i. f.i,~4. For
U1 11. .- 1 1 I I l I II .l i .1l h to
UIWA% \\ AKh. GUv. MManger.


'rrrierl s hlie 'aXlt I ty Mitil lielween St.
Andii, w Bav, Weiappo andi intferiiedi-
ate piin.p, Leaves'St. A lide?6 daily
except Snidwy) af :101 a. I .; arrive at
\'-ii*,pp.i., 1"i:30 p. in:; le ve Wietinppo
at 1 :00 p. iu.; ;arrit' ;i at St. Aindrews at
7:30 p. m. MAlkes landings regiulrly at
H arrigon., r11,1,tlon, '.ark ier. 'it s-
burg, and Farmdil ie. Freight landed at
,rnv postollice whalif. For piasstHiger aind
freight rates, see ratee citrd in the sev-
eral poslollices,.

A Weerk',s Ve,tl '-r.
flie following table ii ves the imaxi-
uinull, niniins .lil anld mealn tempera-
tu'res, thel raiuifall and di iretihon of the
iMiitid, for the twenty-four hours ending
at 7 o'clock p in., as- indiceated0 by U. S.
Vovernument .sef-re i-ttrriii. thermoim-
eters. Max:Min. Meiin.lt'n. W'd.
Jan.....17 j 6t 40 55 .00 se
18 72 i 13 57 .03 s
19 74 48 61 .00 s
S20 7 '54 65 .00 s
21 69 63 66 2.25' se
*' 22 68 60 64 1.40 nw
23 59 43 51 .00 uw
)'lv week.. 70 50 60 | 3.68 1

Rev. C. L. Joyner will preach in the
Baptrit church next. Sunday. morning
aid evening.
A Uuion Sunda. School will be con-
ducted every '..nda.\- iorning- at 10
'clock im the M. E, church.
Pra er mueitin every Tbursdavy eve-
ning at, 8 o'LI.,..ki in 'he M. E. church.
Evervbod is iuordiallv invited to aill of
hose bervici'-
Zpoiled Her Beauty.
Harriet Howard of. 209,W. 34th st,,
New [York, at one time bad, her beauty
apoifed with skio trouble. She writes:
'1 had salt rheum or eczema for years
bnmt nothing would cure it until 1 used
Buckleu's Arnica Salve.' A quick and
gre- healer for cuts, but ns and sores'
2.c. at A. fH. Brake's store .
l.cident of .r i, .j-1Z of Terror.
A drnamatic incIdent of the reign of
terror in k'run.'e was the s.viig of her
fnather'a life froin the guillotine by
Mile. de Sombreuil. M. de Sombreuill
and his daughter were condemned to
death at tae time oe the September
massacres and Were witing in the
heart, surrounded by the mob, for their
tauvm to amount tJ;. scaffold. Mile. de
8ombroufi turned to the crowd and
asked whnt harm a weak old eaan like
her father coilf1 do to the nation. Some
of the men ains w crpi that if she would
drink a glass of blood to the nation
they world l: t him go and passed up a
glass. She drauk it down immediately.
The crowd took liher and her father
f-orn the cart. Tbeh escapeit and made
their way to Englainl. She thought at
the time slhe drank blood, but after-

ward ohe coi-'liided that it was red
Wine. for mhie saw no one stoop to fill
the gla-s. To her death she was never
able, hovetcr. to wec red wine Ia a
glass without a shudder.

expenses. Stacte age and uiesent em-
ployment. IDEAL SHEAR Co., 39 Ran-
dolph st:, Chicago, Ill.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bav date line and views of
either St. Andrews Bluff, orBucha Vista
Point, at 8c. per dozen; also map of the
St. Andrews Bay country on back of a
letter sheet at 15c. per dozen, at the
BuOY office
-The mercantile business of W,-H.
Parker & Co. at Parker is offered for
sale. If reasons are wanted for the
change,- Mr.. Parker says he has too
many irons inthe fire. For particulars,
call at the store or'address W. H-. Par-
ker, Parker, Fla.
'-A little icet factory was started in
the ba3 country yesterday morning;-
but the supply was insufficient for next
summer's consumption,- and the neces-
sity for a factory under human control
to manufacture artificial ice is still as
urgent as eyer.
-Westville Advertiser: Grading- on
the B. C. & St. A. railroad will soon be.
gin on the section between Eufala and
Columbus. It has already baea graded,
several miles below Chipley, and steel
laid some distance A large force is
now engaged in laying track. When
completed, look out for the biggest
boom the South had eve.: had.
-The ipreperty list's of Buoy patrons
who are thpendint upon it to attend-to
the payment of their taxes, are now in-
the hands of the tax collectors of
Washington and Calhoun counties and
as soon as their statements are received
*each-of the owners will be notified of
the several amounts due from them for
the tax of 1905, and prompt attention to
the same will insure the earliest possi-
ble settlement.

A Glim Tragetly
is daily enacted in 0ti us nds of homnes
as Death claims in each one another
victim of consumption or pneumonia.
But when coughs or colds are properly
treated the tragedy is averted.. F. G.
Huntley of Oaklandon, Jnd., writes:
"My wife had the consumption and
,three doctors gave her up. Finally she
took Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-
sumption, Coughs and Colds, which cur-
ed her, and today she is well and
strong." It kills the germs sf all dis-
'eases. One dose relieves. Guaranteed
at 50c and $1; by At A. H. Brake.*
Trial bottle free.
Broken English.
English- is said to be one of the most
difficult languages In the- world for a
foreigner to learn. The verbs and prep-
osItions are particularly puzzling. A
professor ,I an, eastern college tells of
the troubles of a Frenchman with the
verb "to break." "I begin- to under-
stand your language better," said my
friend M. de L. to me, "but your verbs
trouble me still You mix them up so
with prepositions. I saw your friend
Mrs. S. Just now. She says she Intends
to break down her school earlier than
usual. Am I right there?"
"Break tip her school, she must h&ve
"Oh, yes, I remember; break upt
"Why does she do that?" I asked.
"Because her health Is broken into."
"Broken down."
"Broken down? Oh, yes. And indeed
since the fever has broken up in her
town"- :
"Broken out. Will she leave her
house alone?"
"No. She Is afraid it will be broken
-broken- How do I say that?"
"Broken into."
"Certainly. It is what I meant to say."
"Is her son to be married soon?"
'No. That engagement is 'broken--
broken"- -,.
"Broken- off? Ah, I had not heard."
"She is very worried about it. Her
son only broke the news down to her
last week. Am1 right?"
'"No; merely broke."-Harper's Week-

Extreme Ourlolty.,
'The fourteen-year-old son of a re-
spectable Jew in Warsaw hanged him-
self the other day. He left a note, say-
ing- "I have hanged myself out of
mere curiosity. I could not help my-
self. I had to find out what they were
doing In the other world."-Jeweish
A cheerful manner makes an Import-
not wireless connection with the heart
of a prospective customer and trans-

nats an Irresistible call for business.-
3Sucess Magazine.


nihilists in greater check tha'.n a
othcr po-wvr and nuinter many i'i
than a million meia. MAzeppa, a Doe
Cossack, the subject of j i .n's poem,
when condemned*to be bound upon a
wild horse and borne away to his fate,
was carried toward the Ukraine, on
the borders of Poland, and, being res-
cued by Cossacks, became their chief.

CharEbterain's Cough Remedy the
Best Male.

"In my opinion Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is the best made for colds," says
Mis. Cora Walker of Porterville, Califor-
nia. There ii no doubt about its being
the best. No other will oure a cold so
qutckly. Ne other'is so sure a preventive
of pnel:uonia. No other is so pleasant
and safe to take. These are good reasons
why it should be preferred to any other.
The fact is that few people are'satisfied
wlih any other after having once usod
this refnedy. For sale by all medicine

For Sale, Cheap.
Apply at the Buoy Office.

Ma shall Field, thle it ltiniiliou-
ih' liuerchaniit who (lied a few d(ayss
go, was rimalied on September 5,
1905, a,,d left almost his entire for-
line, of not less than $2i0,0ii0,0000
o his wile, thus linking her one ibf
hlie wealthiest women in the world.

WANTED-Men in each state to
travel, post signs, advertise and leave
samples of our goods. Salary $75 per
month. $3.00 por day for expenses.
KUHLMAN CO,,Dept. S. Atlas Blocv,
Slips of Artists.
It is a part of the seeming ill luck
belonging to circumstance that an
artist may spend time and genius on
a piece of work and then fail con-
spicuously in some detail.
There is a story that one royal
academician gave a hand five ::**;:i,
and a thumb and that another painted
a live lobster bright red.
The clever Goodall had been engaged
In painting a number of laborers drag
going a huge stone across the desert.
and a man of science, entering the
studio, said to him:
"I say, G(-hodaill, if you want those
fellows to mll: tflit stone y rnmus!
double their number. It would take
just twice as many."
But It Is not modern painters alone
who slip up on points of acmiracy.
Evcu Albert Durer. in a scene repre-
senting Peter denying Cir.-i, painted
one of the Roman soldiers in i,.. act
of smoking. Turner put a rainbow
beside the sun, and In another li.-tiure
he got Woefully tangled in the ship's

Bounty For Scalps.
During the French-Indian war of
1754 the French offered a ',iilly for
British scalps. In the same year a
bounty of. 100 each was offered by the
authorities of the several colonies. In
1755 Massachuisetts granted a bounty
of 40 for every scalp of a male Indian
over twelve years of age and 20 each
for the scalps of women and children.
In 1704 John Penn, grandson of \i1-
11am Penn aind governor of Pennsyi-
.vania, offered a lbouty of $150 for
Severe "Indian buck" killed and scalped.



Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable
Almost everybody who reads the news-
papers is- sure to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
__ HKitmer's Swamp-Root
S jthe great kidney, lieri
[ tand bladder remedy.v
i~ '( It is the great medi
cal triumph of the nine-
k ?l ti.ith century; dis
I \ 'i._ covered afterr years o
.::ientific research by
--K iE Dr. Kilmer, the emi-
ent kidney and blad-
..- der specialist, and i!
.wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and E i,!' 's Disease, which is the wors
fqrm of kidney trouble. .
Dr. Kilmer's Swanip=Root is not rec
r ommended f,..vr a"y,-:h,' 'butif youhave kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be founi
just the remedy you need. It has been tested
in so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor tc pur
'-hase relief and has proved so successful ii
very case that a special arrangement ha
-)een made by which all readers of this pape
)' ho have not already tried it, may have.
-ample bottle sent froe by mail, also a boot
selling more about Swamp-Root and how ti
ind out if you have kidney or bladder trouble
VI'e-n writing mention reading thisgenerou
,ffer in this paper and i-
your address to
r. Kiimer..Co.,Bing- *-
a'ntcn, N. Y. The 2: _
egular fifty cent and Home of Swamp-Reot.
-r sizes are sold by all good druggists.
Don't make any mistake, but remen:
bor the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil
mere's Swamp-Ro)t, and the address
Birchamnion, N. Y., on every bottle
Mlaierpa and thie Cossacks.
The word cossack ne:ian robber tiu.
thl' name Co0'saci.;-3 was given by th:
TurkI-; to a race in manners, api>('ar
ance and .iii .:. c lih 'e I.!-is:-'!;i
- but who are sai:l not to be ricdly a'- '
to tlier Th1 (7):s,5 k' of I- I r
shi and the Don Ces:mcks ar'e sad t:
be the mio;-;t unscripu.iius robbe';s i
the world. They excel in horscmen'i i
and form a large part of the lu: s:;i
imperial cavalry. Styled somnetius:-
dhe spe.s of the czar, they-keep 1i .

J. H. DR H iGND-

ThorouP:hly .e organized.

Martin G. Post, m manager.


General TVlrdlaii die I

Tho 01l1 PIOtEER STORE BuI i11ssI

Founded in 1878, and built up by the late L. M. ,,Ware,
now Thoroughly Reorganized and under New Man igement

Sol the Patrosf d Pedro
of the Hot X e, of theQ Tradiii Post, and of new ones as
well, aud guarantees uniform fair and courteous t eatment
to all.

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

We Neo er ccsappi t I
We Fulfill Every Pn;S r "SU ap.e ,
We r|B Strlctaut without theI kait or bougle nd Varicoele without
-W! CilE- pain or detention front biislnss; CJotagiOio Blood Poison
cured never to return, without errcury or- mineral mixture; Toss of Manly
VitorPotitively cured; no stimul)Rnt but permanent. [
j i.. King N:ie1Peal Co. 1o a8 ln it"'lt ,i'; -i d under the
j 2_ ;_:.i, laws of thes taO of Georgi for t th r.t a,,,i ure of al
:Bervouslandohro!;-h- 1- e, Ba .. ND ,.D. tlhi founder of
by a staff f eminenc .
'lSr '8ue eOursucce in reH t m tom &'ole a diseases i3 unaMw-pas-
d-* se; we u'ebot o u ae-icind .i-a r' '. .
Our offices iai equi',:lped wiLh a I C :'. faradle be.ttr-
les, X-ray, violet iay, d Fi isei i i fa, veryeiectriee
contrive nce kaown to rhe f dic ral r 0f- n. Our Sfnitari is
modern in '' c (,pe, and ve e-ploy no1e it the Ibst
tr enied sand '. ant.. ts r."si.ah'ly quualliled gra'dute.!,
s .'" r. a a d licensed physlcias..- a i .. in C I
t \. We enmpAoy no to ( '-cure patiert arl i
p^ i ? -' r *.n --*' '' 0 . i r r ararere sent ot t
< \ *\. tv . ..:...- oi rao s tor *r )!- tt ver -- from l co
\, A to610.00 per month, i'me;'ici.'l-s i,o'c ) a gd we g e tine asAur-
\^ roance of a cure within --pcified tiw;.
MY BEST REfE ENf C IS, C iA 6" -n ,I ris.,: 2i
lA WLiF such as .. ad(<-r ue umal ,
Sat u t.ure ):- L ". .. n all Privat: I
UL.NTILLCURED. ,, .; .. r
r4 K. KING. M D. d. i.' C e ,. .,t . ,.
SC-- LTi P ,V .;..P. UrrbL .il i; . 4

rite. .'.. "
4- ONl tWL 'Aa SP
V:.i~ i i l. ..2It

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tel.Lt how . . ., lie Eng i an:U ritual WTre k .nvn t1 exist is 1h |
saw on \ 7. 15:2, "a i.is statement Thomas Dixo in it a
of vast in . ;*' 1: - l. 1 b-r Metrol ii b (. One of i-1 tie --
cast up on l o:e .. i" :t T, 7 .1 1ioel is in the liiu'r ry of Colhmi' : a li. o ;
It was utch- r nu:1 twely the other is am;:ng: tlte a lh-ii vs of
OIe feet hin -,. *--st;,l an'd evi"nUv. a Tennessee. It was the compuo ;A-)n of
wh:,le flrn the u:0.;ou (tif l v- General George W. (Gordon of Mecm-
ho',-. and the .fact U ht ied o; 1ls, and it began thus:
teeth "there grew to his. AIit ai,:vt_ "Ihis i an institution of chivalry.
1,0 plateNs .... i. :i one shie.' humanity, merey and p1),tritsinsm, em-
The nmbe 1 ...... ..a - -t bodying in its gen us and is principles
hI( *'tUi b e>;,L :; vav t a- n.all that is -INva]rie ii condlu-t, noble
hiNy t: .. -... wv-eof Ie ec V l- i ntei.ent., generous in manhood and
.reat." On .. S an 0patrA u 0 in: p t .o1 o."
i:l of isc 5 lt;u Four SitSder4s to the Pound.
nerIt;3 of bi'r l,.e thit a:uch 'x;;'!t The lizard spiler (Mel as mygale) is
near IHc';.j:i .-, t l u.p- >'- the largest siccies of venomous spider
earth. ie n ,L 'ti ,mo mp i..ak ;M.W'., kn own. lHe 1 of a bright yellow color
the in r ni rd trips on his back and
a crescent of pure black on the abdo-
RoA < L. .1 men. FHll grown specimens of the
,a; i : .. w e t-- lizard *..~'-r (so called because their
ca: s. (O on . chief f i is s mmall lizards, r. ,... etc.)
,Ih:ri-si'x . iamt a-s measure four inches across the back
atln itera n of a coi'r and t legs ten inches long, Four
leA p. y at te que::'. ": l n males coivete by a Brir-
-4 j-ci. o vro a a ; 1511 ec-1l .tlep-nit, ii weighed one
i l po i four ou evs. 'Tis gaiiat of thi
....o ]L:S- ;)e-- eo :) of p f
.o.. 'if---oe o iTefamily i>i a iat ive of ,, .,,
were hu. a-:i :0 :nlic-p'i wjU ,
coruin. (C;'eit sc :oa. w. -; d an
the faLt t:Wat sever ta of tic law ic Greatly in emalnl.
chealted.'" ..:':,. is more in det and than a
A-,e ;.' ,1 '- VII.'l I'.1 a medicine which meets modern re-
l'f. l' . ^ -..' -' ( n iro.nents for a l ,l.... and syvt m..
w '; c *r' '. ta -. : ol .antr' sucli a1 4 Dr. !. -. few L'e
records of U p urse e 3: i-s are l- l I -u e a h, ne
full of her wi:nungs from her royal Fii>T. They a:,e a- st what you neked t
spouse, for she was a lucky : yer.- cmure stomach arndi liver troublesT iyl
C(l.ii ',g, Journal. them. At A. II. Brake's s-ore, 2ne.

Cured Its Mother of Rheumatism. .-
"My mother has been a sutffrer for A Hit"' ('ot C'- sa.de wVar.
many years from rheumatism," says W. The or, of Ihe fiowin 1 .-:-
W. Howard of Husband. t ennsylvania. and Wa:ntof Lt I ,o cf ir c
"At times she was unable to move at till .'
while at all times walking was painful. 1 1,' .i J 1 a :
p[ I .L. -lI ,, r. with a )bottle of Chamil bcr- ;;:, ', is. : v i.s :
lain's l'ani Balm and after a few aplira- cut -.I .1 s : p:e ';' :o .:
lions -l.'.id'd- 'l it was the most wonder- thil ;id n 1u.-d hl- > ) .
ful oMin reliever she had ever tried, in'. e I"'C',L.e. S ;;I .l -. A
tact, she is never without it now and is at ,:. i tY1W.: ;i >. !i. 1 '.. I: I'>-
Wi times ailde to walk An occasional ap- ' ,..': ,'I .-
plication of Pain Balin keeps away Ilhe Vt i 'T '7-"0 'M -
pain that she was frinr e ly troubled t "' A a'", l: : u t t :,
with." For sale by all medicine deaelis. li.'' ; .:-"v;:c'.. t 1

A Broad hint. :
Sir / .. .: A .. i,. of Luclnow, a ;he r..! I .- n,' o (r o'-. : (,
well known Scotch baronet, was Ion .... i: lo.
peste;-2s lrt ailn ip -intI:enno sort or . .. .
oonl. v-who jiliiited on being conw u:ta. ; :: C v.: \ .:- (. ::.;a
under'oA)t." ]"ialNy, inowever. ;'
, I Ql. ;and Sir Ah.airw wvat a 1 is I .
ed hl"vV hae .' t rid of. iin. ....
S "Oi," 's:aid he, "I .. /.. hm a broad i..
lint." '!"- -:-_-- -,i
S A Ir .tt?" led the in-
.... I t ; h eI wc oC o ,f tf e I..
ho never t:ulid be induc to l;1:.' ... ( ; , \ : :* 'i'
r. -me." !. ",,* v ,, inn ri'.. W ife- -N,
"By -ua si!ul," sol Bd Awirirw, e . .. ..... .e r
- wo ., 1 t9 t: it: For ;as the ( nt )!:
" chiet- a.. ,"1 o;)L 1t te :iy o b I y that I
f just tL.' f -I e vwii sd .> -

At 11.. '- o'uel f t!' -a thlx. re w-s e
s of tWe iil eIe "n V- p : e- ..l'" r.
g eni:,ue jt a ,U.}' .o ,-t ; it c 'Til a
t d: il tn j" I- -i' p^ \; ,^ 1! go We WilI LO IQ
ruro . l ,. ir .. CourlL,-
dj )11.g' :'- I li,; jl i i '' V' it o cioua ess.
-e an 't o'btailhe -i frotm a gv n pr-"u 's]%-O t i'the most unconscious girl I
- of ;e ,en tan nt the s-o v, o, i ve saw."
n other wor;1, an e ly 'e< i.e "Well, why shouldn't she be? She's
s uro of st :ua ;i e ob'*tne-d i pretty and knows it; she's clever and
She ex(e: I:tu*e of '." f'oel. 'The' knows it, and she's good and knows It..
a f.crene, however, is n t grent enu. -i \\, it has she to be conscious of?"-
S o lhe of any practical iinortanceW. Puck.

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Tuesala. 8:0 p 'm.
Wrd esday, 4 ,,, p. m.
\Vednesday. :" :', p. m.
Thursday, 9:00 a. .m,
Monday, 6:00 p. m.
Thursday 3:00 p. mi,
Friday, I :2:0 a. im.
k'riday. 10:U0 a. 1n,

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\.Vednesday,Il t:,,ua. m
Thursday, 6:00 a. m.
Thursday, 12:00 noon..
,, ..:i ~y,6:00 a. In.

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

Punicu]to Aijala,~ic I-' it ni- tm I,61.50.
St. A ad i-(%,-it w u-N1 1 i 'v.'I toA ct-h *o.0 )i.t0.
I'ellaai(lola lo Moi lei, $') "o
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Tb :~.K~. 21.5, 1906.


ugar, I lb, Tea, I 1b
Granulated .....O6 He No....... 55
Coffee,A .... 5>z Gunpowder.. 40
Lt brown ..... 5 Uncol'd Jap.40-60
Ouffee, Cond milk, V can
Green.... 12@20 Unsweetn'oa.10
Arbuctkle,lb 1245 Sweetened ..... 10
iinguer snaps 3lb25 Baking powder
3rackers,soda. 1( Royal ..... .. 50
rholacco, pluig 20a6O Campbell ..... 10
tailsins Canned fruit
Londonlayerd.8-15 Peaches.... 10a20O
Valencia. I '' ominataes .....Sai 2
tic( . ....... 61 Apples ........ 10
A pples lPears ....... 15
,tLp.,rated ... I- Plums......... 10"
D re.l i 'e:u-I e v 8 Apricot ...... 10-20
:'ual i I>r.,. l.. . l ;l. ,' li ... 20

S ia line ." .. .. 20 Pilln.. t)ipi . 1 1-'--21
rtdt yrup. S r p 0 .- uni d .I M' .it
y ........ .'75 o1 na l't 1 2f' '
i tieg a -L ...... ... 31. orte, Be 10
Criees- pr lb '. lb Cih pl B6-(I .
julter 2.-35 Lobster ..... 1 ]2
"" . -3511atmn. 10@15
Olemitrgeh,e, .. 1 Sao .. 10@5
artd ........' '7-0 C planned Vegetables
leans........... 5 Baked Betans.. 10
ocoanu pkg.. 10 Oorn...... 10@15
y gla o ai.. Pe- . ...... 10
birtelntiee...... 43 Pulnmpkin .... 19
fggsa per doz... '20

S ttar of ,S'th//',2-1i ....11
Obik ..... 3.25 Ba-on i Side..... .12
Corn Meal prl)u?!0-) Fresh ....... 81. I
Oat Meal pr lb.. 5 Br'kf'st ac' 16-22
Jroiu per>u> ..75aOc Ham can s'd 1 5-21
o'ltatoes Shoulders ......
Irish .... 1 40 I ee
iarly Ri'se seed 1.60 Corned...... 8
Sw'eet.. . 60@75 Fresh...... 10
S lat, pr sack.- . .00 Dried.......... 25
Table ........ 5 Milk p' qtt ...... I
Si A Il W ARE.
trailss, per lb4,a ') Ax, itlh handle. 75
Galv wire do. 6ati ioes, each. . 35i5O
lManilla rope...9al2CoJu er pAint, 'can 50
i.,ve- co,)k,. ..$i8a-25 Linseed oil, gai(lSa60
Pipe, per joint 18
Prints, per yd. 5a8 Checks ...... 5a5l,
-iou tig,,,A .... 5ai Flannel .... 1.a40)
Muslin ...... 9all Thread peor stpool' 5
eans ..........15a45 Shoes, Iadies. Ia2 75
Iitra pants pat 2-25 Men's... $140a.)00
I pr cwt..7 aI,.5 Oilts pr lu. ..... i0
IBrai ... ... .. 1.25 Brick pr M.....1I .00
l.ipe Sisal .....7@9 Lime pr al..... 7
),-rages pm doz.. 45 Pecans pr lb.... 5
Apples ........ 15 Walnutls......... 20
,etnonas ......... 20 AlmoN ds. ..... .... 15

T l helle prl,000 1.50 Opened pr 1t! .. 20c
Ilurses .. $50al50 Cows....... $1 5a$25
31iles. ...$50a$175 Hogs ...... $ '3 toj4
.Ix n pr yoke $65 Sheep....... ... $.

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:Ur s on I. 10 l" 4. l . 1 S

: Flooring, C.Heiling.
9.u t,' 1 ,n. ..$14.00 Hea'rt, 1 ,- ...$14.00
F taCe .. 12.00 Face ., 12.00
ASp ... 10,00 Snp .. 10.00
Drop siding, Clapboards,
. Heart face tm 14.00 $xti in. m .$12.00
Sap 10.00 Findishing lum-
SBull lumber.. 8@12 her, d.. $12@15.00
leall shngls"1 2.50 Lath, n in.... .2.00
gnp I 1.50 Boat lumlber,
d ,ed. ...$20

Deafness Cannot be Cured
l y local applications, as they cannot
teach the diseased portions of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness.
_rad that is by constitUtional remedies,
Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi.
tion of the. mucous lining of the Eustac-
can tube. When this tue gets inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or imperfect
nearing, and when it is entirely closed
deafness is the result, and unless the in-
flammation can be taken out and tn is tube
testdred to its normal condition, hearing
will be destroyed forever; nine cases out
of ten are caused by catarrh, which is
nothing but an'inflamed condition of the
mucous surfaces,
We will give One Hundred Dollars foir
any case of deafness causedd by catarrh,
i'hat cannot he curtd- by Hall's Catarrb
Are. Send for circulars free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., ''qledo, 0.
ST.ke Lall'.Familv Pills for constipa-
S ion.

Bwpet Maid-Y-Ju inmut r etmembet
that onra 'was a summer engagement.
The Man-That means if you see any
one you 11ke better you'll break it.
"And ift I see any one I like better"-
"I'll sue you for breach of promise *
-Boston Traveler.

The Mosquito Plant.
"in northern Nigeria there -Is a tree,
Called In scientific language Oclmum"
rided, which mosquitoes cannot toler-
ate. Two or three plants kept in every
.toom and placed along the veranda are
enough to shut out trespassing insects.
A mosquito gently Inclosed in a leaf
of the plant will lose consciousness in
a few seconds. The bruised leaf has a
Scent not unlike that of wild thyme
and eucalyptus. The natives 6f north-
c rn Nigeria prefer an inrufKon of its
leaves to quinine in malarial fever bath
for themselves and their children. i

HugLo fs an EnglisihiattAx.
A womnn who was called upon to
I frite a paper at a suburban' e.rrent
fopic club on Victor Hugo went to the
Crunegle library erected there andi col-
lated Ler facts from a number of eucy-
Clopediis. When she had tin'sLed, hav.
ing a quart.-r il/h cf rnp.e at the end
of her paper. 'it -t si uld
add .*' .. ;' or" ;l. I t. "-
'Y,-1,' .i,.- ves \ d 0 U.'C ^'.e. : 5: "-: "
110113 -;^.y t^':k o. -c "if ti^. :. .
Inu''t ag'eo Ie- on: e i1. ,-* (. he w" -
S,'d 1 :::; -. "

Special report to thd BuoyV.
This 1uu.,L bo i tlie January 'aily
seas ,u,.
lim'e ilIw la ,ii.tan w wvil le(q-ire a
i,itat ti this L i ail keej)t up.
John Porter, who bought ount J.
15. Aritigtolu was in town last week
arranging the details for the re-open-
ing of the store. it is reported that

.... .. lihe intends to do an extensive busi-

Let the good work go on. Is every-
body keeping in mind that great, .cel-
ebration and excursion when the new
railroad is completed and the cats
running to Alvesta? '
1 is reported that E. W. Tomp-
kins contemplates putting in a shin-
gle mill. Surely, we all need shingles
to shingle our tb.ildings, and then,
they come in so hatindy to spank the,
children with,
Ml'l. Wills and Mrs. Yotng and
little daughter, Gv\en, all of Bayheadi
spent Sunday wit h friends at Tonip-
On account of the bad I\ al h'Ir,
St,,,il, S,,.n1, iy .hl,,iol was l hwl at
E, WV. ''Tompkin'.
Henry Scurlock .caught a fine deer'
this l;ast week.
Miss IPatite and Walter Senil'ck
have retire I after spending UiChrist-
inas and New Years within f iends at
Aits. Molden of G(ay was a ple'isant
caller here, Sa' lrdkay.
Our new a.istor, the Rev, -. VW.
[lob[erts, will preacht- at this place
Next Stilnday mrllrni g.'
%'. *
Chamberlain's Conlgh lteoredy Ab.,o-
lately HarInIless.
T e fault (of giving clilldren Imedicinle
conitaiinig injurious substances, is s nome-
tiimetim si mo.e dis.-toius than the dis-
ease from wiichli tlihe-y are sftiferig. Evei
,iithr sliohl, d know that Cliai herl;>ai 's
Cough remedyy is perfectly safe ior clii.-
dien to take, it co tains nothing liharni-
ful anid for coughs, colds and croup is un-
surpassed. For sale lvy l .al ...l 111 deal-
ers. "


klorribly Su gesttliveof Slaughter of
liumtan Beings.
A traveler writing from South Africa
descrift a baboon hunt as follows:
"Very slowly we spread out round
about the base of the kopje and began
d crawling ascent through the thick
scrub. Kaffirs ard farmers together,
we formed something of a loose circle
around the kopje. Daylight found us-
drawing near the higher spurs of the
kopje and the Kaffirs were busy beat-
"Then the port bgnan, and pretty un-
canny it was. A good many baboons
broke through our circle, for we only
mustered seven guns, but as we neared
the top of the kopje I could "tell by
the noises all about me that some exe-
cution was being done. My first kill
gave me a most uncomfortable thrill.
It was horribly like picking off a man.
"The baboons were great big,-human
looking brutes, quite capable of pick-
Ing up a l'nib in their hands and run-
ning off with it. As a fact, they gen-
erally content themselves wlth'rIi:'.;f
the beast open to get at the curdled
milk within. But their cries were the
most horribly human thing about them
and the gestures of their waving arms.
When we all met a careful count was
made. Thirty baboons had been
bagged. seven had fallen to my gun."


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

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Good, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe; 10, 25 and
50 cents per box. Write for free sample, and book-
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for sale and pay taxes or
collect rents for non

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The" PSe.- .... : . ,..
A t"f'navi v .y. .
v'ith his : ,,
d'ccd :rc. t ... ,.,
of hI h C:.

i iit p. asi" a *
display of the L.. -. t il r .. '., .,ii
the comfort ahnd t!h- e: .:i ,ti *
fewer and smaller. Breakfast includes
bread and coffee, nothing more.
Luncheon and dinner are course meals,
very much alike. Some one in the house
always speaks I.'-..''. .



Their Wonderful Effect
on the Liver, Stomach,
Bowels, Kidneys

and Blood.
Lemons are largely used by The
Mozley Lemon Flixir Company, in
compounding their Lemon Elixir,
a pleasant Leinon Laxative and
Tdnic-a substitute for All Cathartic
and Liver Pills. Lemon Elixir posi-
tively cures all Biliousness, Consti-
pation, Indigestion or Ifyspepsia,
Headache, Malaria, Kidney Disease,
Dizziness, Colds, Loss of A[r Fevers, Chills, Blotches, Pimples,
all Impurities of the Blood, Pain in
the Chest or Back, and all other dis-
cases caused by a disordered liver
and kidneys, the first Great
Cause of all Fatal Diseases.
WOMEN for all Female Irreg-
ularities, will find Lemon Elixir
a pleasant and thoroughly reliable
remedy, without the least danger of,
possible.harm to them in any condi-
tion peculiar to themselves. 5oc
and $1.oo perbottle at

"One 0 Dose Convinces."

Iihy v,'iK1d i: -- !.

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Sto ach ol TrulIes aid Constip.itiol.
"Chamberlain's Stomach anid Liver
Tablets are tLhe tst tiling for slon:i!;
troubles ad conpn I ion I \ ov r
sold," says J. I Cullit nII al, ,n (r .i it of
ote rvi e ich. P 'i Vh y a.te ea v to 0 iik,
and always give salisfi'etijo I tell 1w:
customers to tv tliem and if not siatsf.~c
story, to core lack i and get a lih ir min oiv,
but have neer hnd a eotinlortijt.' Fo
sale byt all iiodicine deal er

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Factory on Bay Front, near Washington Ave,,

ST ..rN DREW, F LA,,
Is Prepared to Build Houses, Launches, Boats. Etc.

Fatoy Eppe Dvngi and Modern MacLinery

Mou'1iJis, C afs, Stair-Bgi Iding, Etc.

Es aLi atz Clie ally furnished.
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Dry ,cols, Groeries, Provisions,

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Headquarters for the Purchase and' Sale of Country

When in Mil lvi'Ie, Don't Fail to Come See Me.

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I ,nk, i -.' I,'Fu' ll, t ,i l ii i .- ,F :,ae
otither j'ri|'rty III thie VICluIIt of Ill
recent purchase.
Mr. and Mai. A. ,1. Grimes, and
nephew. H. H Glinls of Peoria, Ill,,
and Mi.' Jennie laltiklv.'It..I of R ck-
lano, ~I.-., are ItCcelt. arrivals in St.
Andrew and tle establi sl.-.i Fo a
month or niii.e ,i the l Mi.. Haid re.-
idence on Bav:,vw % t., i -i-rti of Lo-
raie a"e. .
E, W. M.i-e'"er. for s.-ne time a
citizen here, iut who for a )car or
mole hat l,,di at l)D.U t..na, on tlhe
east coast o0 Filiindt, let turned to St.
Andrew last Tlhii,.,ay .,i.1 received
a friendly ic'etm, g fii.. in is liutner-
ouis 'frieds.
V l '.iL \ ',If,:, i" ft iiit'r' visitor
here, and hli- .la I er, M.1s Phoobe,
lrom (Onl]fporl, ived .on tho
: l'; I i, ]:ist II n ill v i- t w ithl
,hr. and Mis. .J. A 1.3le o(n l. i-r
Bay. M.. Wolfe taid in St. Andrew
several months, about ltn years ago.
and has seen no place since Il'at
pleased him better.

Snakes have their *X... tl,.* in the(
world. Tihey are thee -' ,ti ,. .rs -of
Vswalnps and 1!'.i-:--. where otl:er' anii-
uI als of size iiare ,I b1.1 le It:- t I 1 -trate or1
to exist. It is il tLh.- rt-,' :<- "' co( ur'
that serp'liA' s ,- .t 1Y- n' i..1t1.l. All
snakes are of tropical or!,:-,. Ilut some
species have '. ,-...i1 futo, cooler hlti-
tnd'.s. IIn very cold F-triiti there are
11o slna!:es ( ;. Itri 'y to the popI.uL.r
holief., thicre are ,.-1e snake-, ill Ire-
Si'ndl, INit they are very. rare. The
s-;ilnllest serpients ini the world are :,.
o o; n .s ..tke" of the i.j.., Tlhey
ar'e a 1:obt a big .a i'.i r. '' li earth-

in tleI latter,'ategory rie ir. rat-
i, '.A::! kes ;i ;'l nomly ll \\]''i ,," sintkt";.

"* V.bit ;:;' yo'i . ,ith tllh it ; *t -
If iap' r, Ori(j i'eY :-1 ; ,' y ; k,...! hisN

"1 0":n making a wish," ans-.v :v',il Mr.

"A wish'i
"Yes. my dear. In your Ir.il,;-,i-op I1
:hll. not pra.,ume to call It a will."-
(i. ,:, Tribune.

Sickeii',-o. .h],v --,,,g F ita
of nue and i:; ,;I.i'ia ca 1.,-: .l.. .1I and
cut'ed wi-th Electric Rit. r~ This is a
pn'e tonic m ed,.-i ii : '-f .- i..'e'i.i i'. 1,. lit
.n ua'aria, for it .-'.'. a ltci'.' ,,i .art e.'e
influtiene on the dir- i-.o driving" it en-
tire lv out of the i,.:, 1. It is much to
be, preferred to iniTi,.-, L,. i,ri none
of the drug's badi after ert-l'-F, E. S.
Muinday, of 11 .*it lI tt:i, T. :"., writes:
'My bother was \,.,1 low v.t Ii mala-
rial fever and jaundice '.ill I h, took
Electric Bitters, which save.-d tis life.'
At A. H. Brake'e 'tore; price 0o.
_- -
- ." ..-. U( .' ,+.ri a tb a, ,' t ,: .P. T .
.r F:.il to I : .
17 ,k.' t- its. 0 .'1 .
S ... .. 2" i ,,- ''.l .,-

prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of -.iiF lahri. vi::
H. C.M Eell.G Mel'lthi, P. CI.IF I.
of Nix'n', and 'W' iH-I Si'' iF F.. f J.:Lui en,'i,
'Fla. W ., (. IIN O N, IP, i.-.:,"r.

NI. 'ki; oa iasI' of Yra.
11l '. : i:; known whi any cie'talnty
Niti'o 1, is te butre fact tthat he-
-'V I i:L As -a t:Minor :. )' v,-l 'r" about
lie I -l d-; .i'(; I'r thic fourth eiithrty.
e.Vi"'S Li-h'L p of i tyr.', a Lye ia y";,-
t": at. i l, v trit'.....ta i of r c.o.T'S., (for
;>s i', h alii e b, vo(ln. e, nm!d the wiS
,( :: in thi e ; st a t la:.t s a s nearlyy as
S No s-xi.L eeutury. In the Greck chumnhb
*O t ::ef' U;;it i!, I ,l,,i(l]y uti ter the
:-ve g .i:t Itt-~v~--. and unIh'r the x ia1ne
of :;. Ni(i-olt:t al" Myra he is esttee ,ed
;:5'.:3 l'n t1 n::P 4t -f y far the l.: ,t
bo. ." .Orthodox (Grceks, t!ie tRu.dsian
' A cii"-. As early Is I yeitr 510 Jns-
tlinl dedi'anted a chlinrci i; ('onstantil
iofl e to thel rcnownl! : Iliop. In the
wc.'', Vlwhere for :1 1i,;I 1ii is more
canI niy> known as (-t. h -i is of
Bari, lie was aclimatitze'd f1Ir goou i '
the eleventh century. ylii. vognie In L; e
no.Ihi beg;ain with t le iwelfth, but o --
teni':i-d so rIHpidly that by the reforr.n:-
11ion hi pIcr;b.:l>iy po-st.essed In E;ngl:ntl
lon:;e noii'c(, cI rc ei s ;-a'td chlapolf; +'l 'i-
cated in his 1onor tl an any other r Loij
personage.-Coriihill Mlgatin.

"Kather'inP, you wil r always find ;<:
an indulgent husbandd"
"Do you man0,1 ','.i,0put to pe or iN-
d'ulgent to yourselfi"

r'..:---' i tr he ,Ih .. "..s of a man's op.
ponents gives him a i.... I Ssc"".-
eacy over them.-Goethe.

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There is one thing dint will
c cure it-Ayer's Hair Vigor.
It is a regular scalp-medicine.
It quickly destroys the g .iis
which cause this disease.
SThe unhealthy scalp becol:Ls
healthy. The dandruff disap-i
pears, had to disappear. A
healthyscalp means a greatdeal
to you-healthy hair, no dan-
druff,no pimples, no eruptions.
The best kind of a testimonial -_
"Sold for .over sixty years."
SMadabyJ. A r .. L
X r k Ai,,o .n:iC.i cuFrr.i cl

It is often the case t-t..r aiJ.iiI-ir
m'Vtii|lI li e to uike oS Ae us, -f h.' tl.n -
,t i.' !. 1 I 1'4 -t., -' 1 ;'u 'i 0 '-
",' ,e t.' to A. ,. oih i' ,r m .
Nl y I' ,! ,' I ,1 .i w (,ft l (nr i ltS e ;t ny
.ri tto rn;tkoe bepa nt l f l l l-*t] li
Fl'is. 'Th inner part of lli tih l 'in 1J
i'ed ,. ihdn it i! t::r )'n into w,-
cr ;1nd ;'l,-1 r' ;: i l r:y o S), L ". '
t l'.-onf s vt. is h a n i. ,' .
u.'Ke of a, w .'"r);1 (), (";)'i; : i':',"-. hl>:ll;'. C:>ii-
*ta. :tly te b i i o'.! e k !> i;!i,,

th .'. it (. i 'l I n, a;' i i. f r 'Ii

it tj ;i''W ,' inl :i M I or I.. ri l ritz .u .
F1- it to iif ';.) ( v n a ':'5I :; i;' :., :!n l,,i

IptJ .'> If (.i : l t! ( : iili:) l i 1!

(l.ii ,ilg -i) ch; t:y i.' i -i. ,-I !i ;l I0 tO ( t i (! i' .

h< In [r ;i Ninij t> i. i .
A K'i'i-tt s Coty a e 't!u;:i;. n'oyb P j

"-:d.;'. fme t'>v; oi.keh;i for that:,f

n(oil) to try. a '3.ot i. -'hi i("?" ss,'k. 2!
Ib hi s ..t... t.gS tt p iidiiiii1t
"NL." re rm'ikd t ,e waohy ben. "Ni"o,
oli, to church.'- as ity


D EP.rA TE T '1 ; I N i' ;.i ,..
LANDO er bI- gi v.en. tha I th
:low .ii ., is t .f..ae.. ,h h .a .,i e ; ,( *' (I

his inten ttio i 1 tnt, h.e_ i t., ut i' t ... *,1 LI i
r tot of hin g s ,lpti l I i a:Ia ni.1 a ,id .it- >
will mbe" m .d Imo l, 1 i.- .,' i i.'
Chir-t tCouht at Veruton, Fla., torn Feb.
20, e!)0 viz:
ELAMNCFi. E E, of Nixuon, l-a.
S -I- i, for the .j ) of twi at and wi of-
nel of so e 36. tp. Is, r. 12\v. .
Hae 'names the i ollowinL, e it tiesses t. 1)
prove Ins' lconat]uous residence uplon
and cultivation oft sid land, viz:
S. L. Loudermilk! Rob)ert N!xon,
Richard Btowrell and William E.. tbow-
elo, all of Nixon, Fla.
W. (i. ROBINSON, Register
SLaund Office at Ga. esvilnl, F.li, a
I.on. 2, 1906. !
Notice is her'byv given that the fol
lowing named settler has filed not ce o(
"his intention to make eorintmitatioti
proof in supportlof his claim. aild tlia
e crk of the Ciourit Co uerl at Veini., o
Fla., on Feb. .o2 190v, Vz.
Hd :;ro:wl, ll'o the'no t h oaed oo e t h-
nll 1 of N eo 1i t) 12 r. 12 .
lie names the foio-ltien witneshse.s to
p,'ove ints Cento ill ke/ c'omi( nut'e ion))oi
aod cultivation of said ]nimd, viz.:
Ht. k ] 1'Enia C. Mconis, t:. F. V "hr]le'
of Nixon, .and \. H. eele el l.uu-
rence, Fla. WV. C. i.-,i'nr-,oN, tR 'ivter.

J an. "2. 190H .
Notice is hereby given thlatthe foi-
lowing named settler has liled notice of
his intention to imrake commutation,
proof in .,,p[,,rt of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before cerk of
t, he circuit court at Vernon, Fla., oqi

J. WILBUREVANS, of Nixon, Fla.,
Hd No. ::1."', for the sei of sec.9, (t;.
Is, r. 12w.
He names tle follow.Ving witnesses to

UO-ry IwIs. Eli ucriUL. hj'Iblr.!isiowi,

Boat St..lctl H 'a yqGrain ;nd Feeti Stuffs.

We carry at all tittti a WllaN IISelr'clei Stdc'k ,Ii ltt'It~ivlmmiiieadaptledlto
the St. Attdrt 1.; ha ti~a.I-
We will-Not Be Undersotd!- '-

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dier of New I[t ;,,sh il- re wns -.- i,'' i ,r
of tltl Dnavy Aihi;!i':l MendP( was co(-1n-
ma uiaint( of the zit'Tv yttrd in 'War-4-
ington. They got into tIr',,I .some.
tl,V. c. ,, :, .i lf, ii \\ u ,1 1. i- i.' l .'il i,,. ,,re
ih ., ,., 1.n i.I, **yv n i I i'l.tf )r or
l'niporttrice. jrlio secretary told the
cofilnmildant itu t ,i1 hh I i. on, (;r
words to that e..ect, he should e(rtain-
ly be obliged to ptunllih hint by s.en(d-
ing him to sea. "Mr. Secretary," sail
Meade, ."I haven't nlyiing to say ex-
cept that wI'in it is i)ul;isllnent 1fi i
an ofloer of the navy to 1.be ordered to W
aenI. wvhatt is yousLc <(-r\'oe coming tot
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London is a slashop niti a ,tilnk, af gamn-
blin1, 'ghv1 noni 11 (-tihb drnl. Its stt'e.h.s
are pavd wilTh Aolth and ,.st within
thorns. It im their place for a rich'n manj
nud the place for a poor man. It is all!
wealit antd liolpiness. It iW all pov-
erty iind disirn s-. It is a lhuge ),pradox. I
31It.y .h;i.- are possible in London
that are also imposhl do. If it so pleae|
you and you pols il'ss the tllbliiy to do st
you miay live not merely ;a d"tolile lif'.
I)11u I):If a d 7.,-*- iiiIirt'_. 'ut liv<' i, wh1uich
will (.ver clash with one( itnother. Yot.
mIay tbe in I.on'lon at thlq .onitf In'o :i-
priest : .ln a i :d.'. 1It i-- " h .
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'l~ t..rl' *.t sipngin w.2reir6 is' -
fsIollimr-: 'Llriee men Set oat. two
:11 OO dtii:"t ii an oloIn an notber.,
~i e *Itmal, whc.4U.he w~licvs te is
iu j,,thb neighborhoc.'.l .ofitheenemy, lets_
off' bit ri-fle, no m:olter hi fl laf diree-m
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...a i .'. 'i'ii is VeI l i;irl riresisfible.
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c f u'.pors geuerally


IEIA LJSS air Renlewe N.
Why not stop, this f.'' O o ?A tthirate ou o
be w th'ru ol i s I-.,irm rnbL~r tl~at 1-ll 's Hair c1~ e r
[stops falll-n 141ha i ir, al hair gr-om, cjs1aFF4OU1qL*


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.' the Iam of the on ten
de !.i'- *, o i Yr :l f'. .. Fall upon the
I,ar, ,i h- art. r* its withered
tendrils and :P.4ii,, its '"srniQg woeA.
., i oase thy .'Ire in life's great
- r 1, ;'' C (-Cin the'e pang.s
tL,:' have all(vialed or the goodl works
they hi ve i ct-nishe'.? I.ostg after*
'- "are u tt' eri do i. rovw-rberate
it the" so i's inner uiter.s and',i sing
low, sv o'it11, li#1l airMins that quell al'
the rli- *:. -.i. 'that mray have ba-
fet e:b'tled. .Ar,-, oh, ,'when the heart
S ..i LLiJ, -. hibrk';a harp, the
;, .... ii( '- 1f pitas 'rre ('ease to
S.: 'who ::: t''! i power of oneu
.' i"l w- n 1? .' )r,' ;i' word o f tender-
'*, -Ze ,r t.'i'i i 'H;nn "tie soulut will
1' .,.. ,I ': t chords and

!'+, r';-.I:'1- it| I 'L i-.' )nii, woi dI itg and
' -i! ; :.-'- a I : wi!i be borne n to th
thir victims. Saturday
1-, .-; ;I I12'a P 1<

Irv rr;. n s aster Island..
The ,' -r"h Ia i.!* of c+,iral is one of
lt," ( -'rj i*)_ ,-; Al t he lsle of Mahe,
-., L o; - -i:,v ; 1I- L -...T:;ia. T.'1 Spr''c h ].::l,. v t'h re ;. L.. I by many
i ) 12 -'l: ,I an I
W -' 1 ,. t;!put, F FI n a ) . ( A-1de
'!:;. of <'i< i .it:lll i and aro sit-
'. ;- .I- "1--t '-9I iT T l is easit of AdL en

'"-;: ;.':,p >'v i> o tO0 0s a, Culai;st-
.r. in in o m. "hi'h Is about
i,'-') f': -.- r '- f'-I of tlhe ocean
I" i .-'; i 'i. of the !group.
.Ai otn' i r A -- ar- of coral goow'th.
I' lii i- lt lof a species f
n :. -r .i i" n ; square blioc'l.,
l. h 0 :etM m ',r ,'3ii{e luaroio and
s:o v 1 'i. f'; up tmos. t d'i t -
".4,- ;i h' \;;- L ;- t:lIt Id g el (of the
ti k ,m1 ;dp1 :i i!:!!L>!., who.;ie im tmcnse
fm.I ,-S! i'"s:-, ;." o p i' 'i:;nt and uch.1
n,. edeid :-SAi-'. 'ih.;. ], a!tis g"row us
h; h ; t t ' r i; m L'o ', ov-i- top-a
p -. i '*ia K: h >Il ; !:,l tii c' oral

fin1, ("1<)< -' i LL 1i 12 r' ia -. 1 foatihlg in
inainy ,lia .: *'; .*,'siV(. i,;<'-t. .
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1'l-,'C'In ar-" fol iOr no I r'u', I llnt,
tInt (el'.gi t io i rrfl tiv. s in ;n l oppo-
I;:? '" m i;;'.c. T U, o hih .ld:o:b s v,-re
ot., I*tcnv -';.-;p1 0 t w9il' s s the
firc,! TV"'W' in in !'w wor'k+. O iWiOst1 d
that i' in ''slt l1 )i'Ien g' ird luing, ,. a l
.-... f-r i C, *' "A an wv s put

A 'o 4. V SSIn of Mufto .I
A '-op>r man of mutton" is a term
Appalled to a -.!, ':il.h-r of mutton iu
kc- iiud aft;-r it has bcen served as a
oust at d:nu"r and appears as a broil-
,. lAos;e ::t su. ;;'r or at the.dinner next
lty. Oax of tie former earls of B.,
:ioptnlarly known as "Old Rag," was
:tai; ,o:ed-l at a hotel In London.
When one ;,,:u.',g the landlord came
to enumerate the good things in his
!ar.icr and to prevail on his guest to
-at sontethin;,. his lordship repiled,
*"I -.; ':.id, I think I could eat a morsel
of a poor man." 1'..-, together with
tl.h exiemely un-r.: -...- -~yii g appear-
tn.e of hit lordship's countenance, Is
s:Nl to have so terrified poor Boniface
ih::t 1e tneti intumtiiiently front the
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Land office at Gainesvill -, Fla.
Jan. 13, 1906. I
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to mako commutation
proof in support of his claim, and that
aid proof will be nade before the Clerk
of th' Circuit, Court at Vernon, Fia., on
Feb. 20,.8906. viz:
.I A :.i L.-, H. WEEKS of A iilI,-rsin, Fla.
it.l AoitN, lf'r tile w of ac of t.eci 22,
tp -'-, r. 14 \.-
Hlu natmo the following witnesses to
prove hiW continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
Jack Scurlock, Tom. Tiller, Win. J.
Gurainous and \VWill Gurgainous, all
of Andersin, Fla.
\V. G. ROBINZ.ON. Itegister.
fl*"lditor's fec paid.
Land Ollice at Gainesville, Fla.
Jan. 13, 190ti.
Notice is hereby riven that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to mike final proof in sup-
port of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the clerk of the
circuit court at Vei non, Fla.,:on Feb.
2tli, 191;6, viz:
1AMES L. MASHBURN, of Bennett,
Hld 30327 for the c4 of sa and wl of sei
of acc. 7, twp Is. r. 12w.
1tie ames the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
A. E. *lRu-:ister, of Bayhead, W. A.
Pinckncy, J. W, Brown and C. T. Ben-
nelt of B enntt, Fla.
W, G -. T~. i[sso:J, Register.
L .. 'Ed itor's feo paid.

i;;'' g.:d n a '. k '> it "Aye, .Jo1in," rooted the L.tnd Office at G inesville. Fla.)
oUvl-e, \-ho ha sIooJ'I up for hs o .vn Jan. 13, 1905.
i:-'Ua ".jt x :LL> mliiLoe ,' r" ;-iAse,; Notlc: is hereby given thai tthe follow-
in name i d settler has filed notice of his
'-v+er+her-ld tr > nUi.t.x iIntelition to Makitie final proot in support
Fti-st Old La'; loT wn'aa a ehad char uof his claim, and that said proof will 'he
acter, but I lbiec-. tihe repented at last. made before the clerk of Ihe circuit court
Second (-' I Lady -Oh, no, lie didn't. I at Vernon, tla., on Fcb.,20, 1906. viz.:
saw that he died intestate.--London JOHN IL. SCONIERS of Bayhead, Fl'a.
Globe. IId 331_03, for the si of nue and eiof uwli
.....-. .... .. of sec. 1, tp 2s, R. 14w.
lie names tie fo.lowinig witnesses to
LK 5IL TE .' 1 I prove his continuous residence u,-on and
BAND B OE LC. F|,lti action of said labd, viz.:
^ AN Mrion Douglas, Joseph Porter, Henry
--I. .... -.. Alaishburnu and James Grant, all of Bay-
S T' head. Flai. W. G. Ro N is, Register.
4d. 1 | "- nr fee naid.
kit Vj ? pa iINotice of' A Iimi ((tita for Tax
1< +. ^ ^.. ;i+- i Deed
Under Section ~ of Chapter i.-' Laws of
',!;.r' s- .i: ,. Florida

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bIilblings-is Ofl g,'Tt v1Ilte to aIvy
ol0o ;')Intemptilatinl inrchiiha rp" ,-
e.-ty iln town. [t covers ;tb llt filn
mitt' of coast lione, 'extt,,!iig eastI
eiarci fIronnm tDer's IP),~i.t, to aln, cai'
itracin g Old t l An o'llt tw \itih ev c,
n "yit.'n'll .r territory inland. Price,
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A SI NAiNItAL MAP't O 'r TI1- ,'3
AN'! .I-V ti.VS BAY '()OUNFIll Y,
? oli,\ rl:P all theth la ds dlipos; 'd! of b)\
Th ie (Jincin tii t nitppany, tali' loc t -t
HarinIson, ]'Parker, (r'l lati;tto! and
aljme rnlt country. Then plia t of' thi
lots is noIt.shown- but bi y i e oainl ,(of
this malt t ihe appr-,xi-nite lo.-i,-n j ,i
any ](.t is easily detertftilicd. [tric,
( e l),*lar, at the It inov ( ,' .
E ri ietr iiap will e si nt Ity tlail tf,
atly awiross ,)it recfipt of tho p, it.".

O r Clubbing' List.

The BUOY has iuadec very 'owaril viih
"l -I ai-rrallgel nts with a' tew .ofti e vitr
nes Iputi licat io,' ain the country and r',an
ife present ncan tad for a whole yearr
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Notice is hereby giyen that Mrs. E_ P.
MAXON, huldur o! Tax Certificates
N os. 22 and 223. datca the 3d day of ulv,
A.. i., Il99, has filed said certificates in
iny notice, and has made application f r
tax deed to issue in accordance w.th law.
Said certificates embr-ice the t allowing
described property situted in Washinton
c unly, Florida, to-wit: Lots 2 and 3 of
il- ck j- of the nw4 of s-ction 1, '1 p. 4s,
It, i5 w., The said land being asse-scd
;.t thie date of th (:issuance of sIch cer-
tificate in the names of W. H. Rijh and
E. I rsh, re-spectively. Unless said certifi-
(.ates -la'lli b redeemed accordi;iglto law,
tax deed will is ue thereon on the 25thl
day c' January, A. D. 1906.
Wit ne-s my oulicial signature and seal
iL.s.] this the 18th day of December,
A ,.1905. 0 \V.C. LOCKEY,
Clerk Circuit court ,
of Washington County, Florida.

Land licee at G(aiinesville, Fla.
Dec. 18, 1905.
".,*' ,- is hereby given that the fol-
i.i,. i'_-' named settler has liled notice of
nia intention to make final proof in sup
port of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the clerk of the
ci,'cuit court at Vernon, Fla., on Jan.
- .' ; viz:
lid ;' .' 11 [for she si of swi of sei of sec.
2, tp 2s, r. ltiw.
Hie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cu tivation.of said land, viz:
Willian W. Vinson' Annie Vinson, of
Wc'A Biy, Fia, Robert L. Brooks of'
Murfee, Fla. and J. Edward Brook of
W. G. ROBINSON, Register
-.'- i-:iior' fee paid.
Dec. 18 190b.
Noutcc is hereby given that the follow-
ing-named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that, said proof will be
iiadti before the clerk of the circuit Court
,it Vernon. Fla. on Jan. 26, 1906, viz:
Lt(, ROY H. UGIIANAN,jr. of Ebro. Fla.
ild No. :'-';'-'l for the nw4 of see. 2, tp.
2s, r. 16tw.
lie naines the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cu livatiom of said land, viz:
Rollirt 1, Brooks, James R. West, of
-Murfcc, Fla., Dauiel J. Vinsoi and Wil-
iiaia W. Viuson of Westbay, Fla.
W. G. ROBINSON, Register.
'i: .l',;l fee paid.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. ?
Dec. 11, 1905.
IN oice is hereby given that the follow-
ing named settler has filed notice of hi
intuition to make cominutation proof itn
support of his claim, and that said proof
will be matie before the clerk of the cir-
cui,, court at Vernon, Fia., on Jan. 9.6,
190(;, viz.:
so., FlIa
id :.- 'i for ihe nwi of sec. 5, tp. 2s, r.
Ile ntnieas the following witnesses to
prove hi- -continnous residence upon aand
lilttivatint otf said land, viz.:
".T. M I't ..I11, I. Smith, John Cox and
W iil ..,!.. i all of Anderson, Fla.
W. o R ioiso:i-, iJ. ci[er,
tS :1 i'tor'B J-'* raid.




SCopyright, 1905, by A. Mi Daioes Ogden

Nurse Humphreys was hardly what
would be termed popular. Tall, hand-
i ome, in a dark, cold type of beauty,
the was much admired, and the doctors
all respected her clear, keen intelli-
gence and executive ability. But the
patients regarded her with evident
a we. No one urged her to come and sit
for a moment by his bedside.
Nurse Humphreys herself regarded
the patients as so many human ma-
chines to be tended and cared for.
It was her work to superintend the do-
ing of this. What more could be re-
quired of her? And then one day a
tender, helpless little morsel of a child
was carried into the ward, and Miss
Humphreys experienced a strange sen-
sation. The blue eyes looked appeal-
ingly into hers; the thin little arms
were extended. "Molly lonesome,"
murmured a baby voice. And Miss
Ifumplreys, rather shamefacedly, bent
and l:,jsed the tiny face.
l'rnim that day a new life began for
the nurse. All 'the pent up tenderness
of years, all the starved affection of
the woman's heart, sternly repressed
for so long, were unstintedly lavished
upon the child. It was a bad case.
Miss Humphreys flung herself with
tireless eueigy into the battle with
death. Molly could not die; she must
not die. And love won. The fatal crisis
was passed; the little life began to
tighten its hold on existence. Miss
IHumphreys rejoiced until one day
rame a sudden, most unwelcome
thought. Molly was out of danger;
Molly was growing well; Molly would
soon leave the hospital and go home.
Miss Humphreys started and tried to
banish the thought. But it would not
go. It pursued her, obsessed her, be-
came a nightmare.
Outside the big ward was a small
room where Miss Humphreys some-
times sat. Late one afternoon she
was there, still haunted by the thought
of Molly's departure. It seemed ter-
ribly near. How could she let Molly
go back to that aunt-that narrow
faced, hard eyed woman-from whom
the child palpably shrank upon the oc-
casions of her rare 'visits? Was she
unkind to the little thing? Miss Hum-
phreys wondered.
A sudden sense of discouragement
possessed the nurse. Molly was nearly
convalescent, yet to the doctor Miss
Humphreys had dilated at length upon
unfavorable symptoms, inherent weak-
nesses, and this morning, this very
morning, she had deliberately altered
the temperature line on the patient's
chart; That was unpardonable. She
had fancied that the doctor had looked
at her rather oddly as he returned the
chart. Did he suspect anything? Must
she let her go-this child with Tom's
name and with Tom's own blue eyes?
Where had Molly found them? The
aunt, a dry, uncommunicative person,
only said that the child's mother was
dead. Molly babbled of a daddy al-
most always from home. The idea had
once flashed across Miss Humphreys'
mind that Tom himself might be this
daddy, but she had dismissed the sug-
gestion- as too improbable. There were
doubtless thousands of Brennans.
It brought the man to her mind, how-
ever. Tom! Where could he be? He
had loved her once. Why had she let
him go? Miss Humphreys looked about
the plain little room, thought of the
ward beyond. She had sent Tom away,
had left her home, come to New 1trk
andi entered the training school,
worked, denied herself, suffered, in-
spired, sustiined by no ignoble am-
Well, she had succeeded. She had
achieved her goal. Was she inot head
narse in this busy hospital ward?
Again her eyes traveled around the
dreary little room. Was this then
what her ambition meant, a solitary
woman growing old alone? Miss
Humphreys, tired and depressed, knew
that she was morbid; sought ta shake
it off, but the feeling was too strong
for her. The reaction from the years
of e. ort had set in, and all at once a
wave of heartsickness seemed to sub-
merge her in its depths, forcing the
unaccustomed tears to her dark eyes.
Miss Humphireys uttered a little sob.
Was what she had won worth the
sacrifices demanded? Did life hold no
more than this?

The sound of voices outside the door
rou ed her. Thei doctor was speaking.
"So I thought it best to send for you
yourself and explain matters." he was
syimg. ""Ste is oue of our best nurses
amid hais worked night and day to save
your child. Indeed, that the child lived
at all is largely due to her untiring vig-
fiance. But there is no reason now
Thy Molly should not leave the hospi-
t;.l. It sometime lI;:p'eliis, however,
that a nurse takes a fancy to a.pntient
and tries to keep him overtime. There-
fore I preferred that you yourself
should come and remove Molly. I
would not wish to hurt Miss IHum-
i,)he:s' feelings," he added: kindly, for-
he was a lmniane iman and could sym-
p'thiiie with the dullness of the nurse's
life. "We all thInk so much of Missz
"Miss Huinphreys," repeated the inan.
And :at the vo:ee the woman started
ind claispc.d Ler hinds over her heart.
-'Miss Humphreys, you say? Could-
ouild I see her?"
The doctor considered a moment. "I
t,.rdly think that she is on duty now,'
:e said slowly. "Oh," with a udn!Jitii
m',co!lec-ton. "she often sits in that ltt-
1e room. Possibly she may be their

As Breinan entered she sprang up
actingg him, aud for a moment the)
:.>h st'lred in silo-ce. the w-a.L't
tru.ggli'g to control her uiter-rtai:
The i -an started f-rv.':i:d. "3,.r'
"et!" he 'l;i. J. Miss iumnphreys nod
"Yes, it, is I," she answered, trying-
to speak in a commouplice manner. "I
belong to this lo--p:tA?." But he did
not seem to hear her.
"Margaret, oh, Margaret!" he repeat-
ed below his breath. She was far more
lovely than he had ever seen her, with
that new. softened expression, the tear-

drops still clinging to her lug black
lashes. bL.h lhitd b *.r head.
"So you li:i-ve come to take Molly
away," she said simply. The man start-
ed. He Lhad quite forgotten the child.
"Why-she cannoL stay here--the doc-
tor says that she is well," ho stam-
mered confusedly. "He said"-
"Yes, I know," responded Miss Hum-
phreys. "She is quite well." She
was staring straight ahead, her dark
eyes filled with a blank, unseeing look.
He would go a way again. Molly would
go away. What was there left for
her? The doctor knew what she had
done. She might have to leave the
hospital. But she did not care about
that. Brennan took a step forward.
"Margagaret," he cried; "oh, Margaret,
why did you send me from you?"
There was a whole lifetime of pain
and yearning in the man's voice and
Miss Humphreys' heart gave a sudden
throb. He had not entirely forgotten
her then. The image of that other
woman had not entirely obliterated her
"I-I don't know," she faltered, feel-
ing like a silly schoolgirl. Her usual
calm self possession was gone. The
doctors would not have recognized
their cool, capable nurse.
"You--don't-kuow?" echoed Bren-
nan. A sudden well known gleam
sprang to th blue eyes. "You--don't--
know," be pated. "Then-might
there be e for me after all?"
he asked a tiy. Miss lumniphreys,
sobbing, had sunk into a chair. The
man bent over and with soft fingers
reverently touched the shining hair.
"I-I loved my wife," he said loyal-
ly. "She was a dear, sweet soul. But
you were my- first love and I could
never quite forget. You have saved
Molly for me," he added unsteadily,
"but she needs you still-we both need
you. Won't you come and make us
happy, sweetheart?" a sudden inten-
sity deepening the strong voice.
"Won't you, dear?"
And Miss Hlumphreys whispered


5 V
0 By Margaret Richards

SCo'yriighlt. 19C5, by R. B. TIfoCluro

Martha closed her book with an im-
patient little bang. "I don't see why
you are forever talking about him,"
the exclaimed resentfully.
Aunt ('lari, the long suffering, look
ed appealingly at her pretty niece.
"But, Martha, Mrs. Barry makes such
a point of your meeting him," she pro-
tested plaintively.
"And I make a point of not meeting
him," Interpolated her rebellious niece.
"But, Martha, he Is"- ,
"Oh, I know them all," Interrupted
Martha -- "unmarried, well born, good
looking, rich, famous," she repeated
glibly, checking off the words on the
tips of her pretty fingers.
"He is all that and more," repfled
Aunt Clara warmly, "and why you
should Ane-me this unreasonable atti-
tude is more than I can understand."
Her niece eyed her resentfully. "1
don't see why I should be expected to
put myself forward for this paragon's
approval," she objected.
Aunt Clara's voice trembled with
righteous indignation. "Martha Jor-
dan, you talk like an idiot!" she said.
"Then why do you always throw me
at htmt" demanded Martha.
"No one is trying to throw you at
him," continued her aunt with unex-
pected energy. "He probably wouldn't
take you if they did."
"Indeed he wouldn't," murmured her
niece feelingly.
"Mrs. Barry has asked us to dine-
and incidentally to meet her nephew.
I have had to make excuses for you
twice before, Martha. You will go this
time?" she pleaded anxiously.
"Not I," responded Martha. "I shall
not inflict my unworthy presence upon
the Hon. John Clark Chamberlin."
"I cannot understand this violent an-
tagonism you0 seem to have developed,"
remonstrated Aunt Clara, relapsing in-
to her usual state of plaintive protest.
"And what reason can I give?"
"Say I am out of town. I will go
on up to Stoekbridge. It will be only
two days earlier than we were going
"You would be alone," expostulated
Aunt Clara.
"Only for two days, and Mrs. Reid is
there-you don't mind, dear?" coax-

"That's a darling." Two warm arms
were around Aunt Clara's neck and a
soft cheek pressed hers lovingly. "And
ntow I will make you a cup of nice hot
tea and see If Mary has baked any of
the cakes you like, and perhaps there
will be time enough for me to run
down to Smith's before dinner and get
that lace ated."
Poor-A ra subsided helplessly.
It was t days later that a young
man, tall, broad shouldered, suit case in
hand, rushed up the steps of the sub-
way at the Grand Central station,
dashed through the waiting room,
pushed past the guard at the gate, ran
toward the Pittsfield express and
leaped on 0o the steps of the last car
as the train was pulling out of the
"Reg'lar home run, mister," com-
mented the brakeman, who had watch-
ed his dying approach with admiring
The young man laughed as he swung
himself up the steps and into the
crowded car. "There must be a run on
Berkshires," he reflected as be walked
slowly along the aisle. Every seat
was filled. The netx car was no bet-
ter, but In the third his eyes l ritid
on a vacant place.
"Mmay I sft here?" he asked perfunc-
torily, glancing casually at the other
occupant, then looking again with
growing interest as he realized that
his prospective neighbor was a decidked-
IS pretty girl. But he was allowed
only the briefest glimpse of a pair of
gray eyes a. their owner vouchsafed
him a formal nod, and he sank thank-
fully Into the seat beside her. He
glanced furtively at her as the train
left the tunneL The survey was not
encouraging. Evidently the gray eyes,
the dimpled chin, the fair face turned
so steadfastly toward the .window,
, wre not for him-

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she momary of his aenu's frantic ci
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passed. On ey .; went, through vil
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the p3iv)rama unfituldcd fo'u Ilhe ca,
wlndjow--and then sotneth'ntg 61d!
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ly, halted, stoo still: the pas"nge-
thrust inquiring heads ort of tlie c-i
windows or streamed to the platforms
anl In the midst of the ..' .n
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tials to yvr- f ";-I ."
The visix a of r,' pir ='-t C'La c" e
fron+ed Iy th: s hinpi. :! -t yiV.t *.
w11a too) Snm-u for -'----'-'.; --:i.v.:.-
and she la >hcd hy1ttr'-V "'.-
"Indeed! AndA wS-" s call

H e ..,' :' wv ith her, '"-i1 'I b sa ,-'.
d nc con trLiint fe'4 1 on Li "-- : .-i -
broke it, and his vo!e w,'s i a4. a:
"Will you iot tail l e where I u- -
fi-'l you?" he nl'-kc.
"At a ckbri5;ge inn," s.'e !v p'r:e
IlTis face was rz-liait' as ho i :
his t4!.e tabie inte y.
"A train leaves Pitn1*1- it 3 t- ai-
row afternoon. I should be !h--1e *.
4," he said.

righteou. inr;kg.va'n. fn 12d5s b.r
enough "that Mairthfia L.:iiovfl hi e a:'
rived hours late ltoe n;+' bc-o'oe. I
was tie.npl::n: 1:., ,it :-ce Lo0;L'! re
fuse t' drive ,ncl i '!ist poUl F .*-, r,
the afternoon :i he- r.. r.

"Th''ank g'11 ., l,.:er a-ut come-
tomiorrow," murmured MIr+. I-!d.
In the meant i: .;.thi i''w dovr
the book abhe lh d --'- ; t: ylig to re ,
and hastily oe-u "', bin, ~'(--
"For men" ,sh (u1-m ;l > nce nx'ona'iy
The bell boy eyedi her uncertainuily.
"lie askL d for t'+ ,:I : !ily a
come last -E o." eL ?1 C-ue 'u- y,
"That's all l it," i c 2,: : b' At-
L r.-:,i:'i, .:. *' .y that I n'w ,:I i) d ,vn iii
a minuLt."
She ;tra;lt-''.1.i- 1 her stock at thu
mirror and gave her hair an n1i,: ..- *:.
IIt le pat. Th-n she turned over the
card in her hand and regarded it with
"Mr. John Clark Chamberlin!" she

A Professor Talls 'Asgnlamt SurgerTy.
Professor Ernst Schwenninger, lead
Ing physician of the great district hos-
pital of Gross Lichtenfelde, near Ber-
lin, says that in his opinion recourse is
had to operations far too frequently
nowadays. It Is a surgical craze which
has seized on the profession, to be re
membered hereafter In its record with
amazement. Cutting out the spleen
and the vefmiform appendix because
nothing is known of their functions--
an expedient so frequent in modern
practice-he looks on as the top notch
of professional frenzy. The professor
deplores the existing system of special-
ization in medical studies and does not
think that the practitioner who studies
the pathology of only a single organ
can have a proper knowledge of the
others which go to make-up the human
constitution. "The man," lie says,
"who devotes all his power of work,
all his knowledge and capabilities, to
the treatment of only the eyes, nose,
ears, skin, nerves or other organs runs
a risk of losing feeling, and hence the
power to treat human beings. He
ceases to be a physician and becomes a



Leads in Low Prices and Good

He invites the purchasing public to call,

Examine his stock and GET PRICES.

Pays the Highest Price for Green Salted ALIGATOR HIDES,




Fresh and of Puriy.

Offers His ProFessional Services to the Citizens of SI. Andrews and
Surrounding Country.
May be Frud at his residence on Buenni Vista1 iVfl,, at, ?g,



Corner of Bayview and Wyomin Avenues on Bay Front

Glassware. Tinware and Notions!
Whtyon can't find at ay other Store, core o ithe R A C K E T

S T 0 R E an get.

Hot Meals at All Hours of the Day.
; .l-: Cup of Coffee, 5 Cts. -$ Cup of Tea, 5 ts. ljIl.L,:|,,,ll,,

Fresh, Bread, Pies and Cakes, Specialties

I. GODARI), Propriet, r.


Thli ,h te latest a-1 most <>ip<
'1 lo1 1 i' ti t ij klet o
^* ^ H ;1,i, n"' fi', '. (,,rpl ir,' T- rtn in tht, ,';ar,r,'n. It
^^ ^ .. .. s 0 .. I ; l|i..: ; ;,, ,.;_., 6 t t ,- ;,_' to
.... , 'l ,,' h"i1- ,,' it in the
S,,. e I ,I i. i,I ..i ,,. 1. 'e ulated
'. a . h e. _. -, Ir b i'l of ten ll
p.cae to pa i fre. It has a
,,e .w,,,. a i'. I"c at ai tim ak e
.e ft ',r BitO d.i:,fit.' Wdes IIs
I ih t. 3:, 1 I1, .v.
a ., l r rIk II IIW rendli

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freight io St. Andrews B LV about one i delivered
$4.50. But the BroY proposes to do better than this~ ; ill send the Bnow
one year and furnish one of these plows complete at he actory for $4,yo
purchaser to pay freight
The plow may be seen in operation at the editor',-i side ice at any time
Order from the BTUOy diri'et.

'A q IPE *i r.T ,, r i i -

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Sold at St. Andrews Bay, Fla., at

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" \ I II ten i i ] -. i' i t 1 I '.i r[1 'J Ve p
''-- --1It.1 "u1 r vu LA .':A.TER., r .

Sold at St. Andrews Bay, Fla
At Dr. L' i8rug Sbre.
S all to fo r free am le.

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g*^j^i^''B'g^1v ^^^^s^S'^SS~~ sto^''ft

Waonderfulz .j-rtpers, T7ii5t a Marvel-
eu senss of Smell.
"Doer are won-t'orful jumpI ;er; as may
)e i,.:-..:'.'_. srys a writer. "I hli.va
; *ik asi hig-i. as :s tail linu 1. mcrT,'y to
'old a sul 1-r3 Zi, ind 1:; ;it a
trive, I ( 1 ve s(,)n a st 4< j m P a m}a
river cue of thVe li."e-s, t::-k.h a Vfi+nce
at the bs;no tii J. 'hi--t'e is .' e -
iuit the r-ec1rd of a ":o.a's fI T ale
S'; L o n tl > ( W o f r 1 o -l

.n; ll.a V :thi s -,';g wHil h ), j,-
hey will F.'entI: ai iu a ui'0o off. Yet.
-lough their po-wcrs of sceut are mSar-
*0eloas, I cLinfe;s to having had onu'
illusion quickly dli peeled. From read
Ing various o bokso l ks on tbhe subject I
had coatne to r!g-ird: their .' i as
-ometh ug' qu:te anorm;al and fondly
I;aiin,|r. that, on spying deer, say, a
mile or so away, a cautious advanced
was necessitated, after the manner of
our ancient enemy, the serpent.
"Now, though deer do have goo,-l]
iglit, iluy are '- ritinuly inferior in this

+ respect to the roe, and so long as you
Keep perfectly still, will have great
Difficulty in dv.icting you. I proved
thL; again and again one July when
t;ying to obtain photographs of wild
(Ceer. I did not get any phot.ogirapLis.
' .'i plenty of :x,,,-r!ence. but I was
often '.*r \iWi:i fifteen yards of
deer v-i r their being conscious of
tmy presence."

Tr Tell a Horse's Age.
;.' . of a horse cannot always be
told by looking at its teeth. -After the
i year i .* horse has no more new
tcei0, so tiat this method is useless for
a ho:,re which Is more than eight years
T1. Aks Sg::'u as the set of teeth Is
*mni;-lel, hi,wever, a wrinkIe hi-gini
t a :... ,- on the 1,'>,d of the lower eye-
ti", aind auiother wrinkle is anleid each
,c:t'r, so tllit to get at the age of a
'*; r--, mI.r- than eight years old you
*oait (e- t i ''- t"{th plus the wrinkles.

For Sale!
We offer for sale a strip from the
south side of the north half of the
northwest quarter of section 10. town-
*-iii 4 south, range 14 west, running
from the school house to Watson bayou,
a. liiin'n,' l Mi]l\ .I on the south. Will be
sold in acre, i'iuaitr. or half-acre lots.
Th.- price asked will he nicn 'lic; to
location. W. A. EMMONS & CO.

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