Title: St. Andrews buoy
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Title: St. Andrews buoy
Uniform Title: St. Andrews buoy
Alternate Title: Saint Andrews buoy
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emmons & Lynch
Place of Publication: St. Andrews Fla
Publication Date: February 8, 1906
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Saint Andrews (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Saint Andrews
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 27 (Sept. 28, 1893).
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VOL, XV,


OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY

tJ. 8. Senator-ist district, S. R. Mil- AT ST. ANDHEW, FLA.
ibry,. Pensacola; 2d District, J. P. One Doll-ar a Year in Adlvanne.
Taliafero. Jacksonville.
Representatives-ist District, S. M.
Sparkman, Tampa; 2d District. Entered Sept 3. 191,2, at ,t. Andrew,
Frank Clark, Lake City; 3d District, -Fla., as seeoni class matter, ,udei
W. B. Lamar, Tallahassee. Aci of Congr'-s o' March 3. 1,_-9.
Land Ofitv.-itegister, W. 0. Rob- --
son; Receiver, H. S. Chubb, Gaines- WILLIAM A. EMM 0 NS,
"ille.
t.tate-Governor, N. B. Broward; Sec- 1' R'0 P R I E T 0 .
retary, H. C. Crawford; Treasurer,
W. V. Knott; Attorney-General, W. Display ad. rates, 50c. per inch per
H. Ellis; Comptroller, A. J. Croom. month. Position and extraordinary
Superintendent of Public Instruc- concilion rates subject to special
tion, W. M. Holloway; Commissioa- dion rates subject to speci
er oft Agriculture, B. E. McUn. agreement.
State Senator, S. W. Clark, Blounts- "Local Drift."5c per line, first inser-
town. t,ion; 234 each subsequent. Display
Washington County-Representative, locals double above rates.
W. A. Bryan, Cbipley; County Judge.
J. R. Wells; Clerk of Court, County
Clerk, Recorder of' Deeds, W! C. If this phtnaaraph is checked with a
Locktey; Sheriff, C. G. Allen, Vee- blue pencil it is a reminder that your
eon; Deputy, C. H. Danford; Tax subscription has expired and that two
Collector, o. R.. Io..pso .. prtihreQ etra .e will bhB.aut
ol no- break may occur should
T n ,' ., . 1 n, 13. Vo0i choose to renew.
F. :'. .Ao .0
,; Vernon; Cou-y Colmif- .,
,. ,., ~. F. ncille, V erano ; A.
L. jHaril!, Chipey; J. M. Porte CONGRESSMAN LAMAR
Econfina; J. H. Wesley, Point Wash- --
ington; Elton Singleton, Nixon. LOOKING OUT FOR AN APPRO-
ft. Audrews-Justice of the Peace, PRIATION FOR ST. ANDREWS BAY.
John Sturrock; Notaries. W. A. Er- Coiunitte on Foreigu Affairs
ons, A. H. Brake; Deputy Clerk, o Rtaves,
Circuit Court, W. A. Emmous; Ilouse of IRep,'iei talives,
School Directors, G. W. Surber, Sr., United States, Washiigton, 1). C.
h. M. Grills, A. H. Brake; Postmis- ,January 24, 1906.
tress, Zadie H. Ware. Editor St. Andrews Buoy,
Milivllle-Piostmaster, Henry Bovis; Elit St. Anrews Buo,
Constable, J. H. Daffin, My dear bi' I called at thd office
Parker-Postmaster and Notvry PublU of the Chief ,,t Er.gihsers, War De-
W. H. Parker.
Callaway-Postmaster, M. N. Carlisle. partiment on Monday, to get some
launders-Postmaster, r.- Pew Alla. facts and information wi h reference

Anderson-Postmaster, S. W. Ander- to St. Andrews Bay. I certainly hope
son.ter, W. Hlley. that the next River and Harbor Bill

Murfee--Postmaster; JamesM.Murfee. will cai'ry a handsome appropriation
(jly-Posttuistress, Mrs. t. Gay. for your magnifient bay, and for the
Trompkins-posttm aster, Emery Tomp-
Tompkins ostaster purpose of dredging the bar to a pro-

Bayhead- Postmaster, 0. C. Tompkins. per depth and to keep it at that
,ook.-.Postinaster, j. J. Fowler.
Wetappo-'Postinistress, Mrs. Dyer. de, .,
---- I certainly hope that the recom-
Calhoun County Cromataton-Postmas-s of Lient. Ra d, made
ter Frank W. Hoskins. mond, made
ar.iale --.'ostiaster, F. Wood- ji January, 1903, will be carried out,
*'m!d. .and that in the near future. The to-


'THIE MAILS.
he nortLLe1-a mails, via. Anderson,,
Y. B Liye lead and Chipley departs
cvery day except e unnday at 3e:U
oclocik a. m., arrives eci.y day ex-
Cept Sundaly at 7:15 p. m.
-. Bay mail for IHarrispn, Milville,
C'romlanton, Parker. Pittshurg, Cook,
S'aruidale and Wetappo leaves St.
aldre \ every Umoni'iU t'xctpt S ,iU -
.J .i -! 5:30 o'clock, aries, coniugILI
7 i c(lock p. m.
. iIt':'.IG IOL S.
~.ti.v'hurnh \syomnig ave. roeut-
(guPari Si. Service- at 11 a. in. a
Sp m. m.unday chotoi every Sun
*.y :u a. m. 'tev. C. L. Joyner,
PaStor
a "i,-,.' :>l1- 'bChurch W asr.
ington ave. and Chestlu>t st Sunday
school 9':30 a. m. every Sunday.
Kiey .. 31.'Conway, pa or. I-
re)byteria Clh uirclih orner l.oraln-
Ave. and Drake St, Rev. 0. C. Do,
phy, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
d. i". every Sunday, John Str-
Socak; Supt.
Catholic--hurht corner Wyomingiii
A.Ve. and Foster St.

P FRer Lodge No. 142

SReg lau C'ouiilntii-
cat'on.s' on the fir't
\',:{ -/ 'and third Satumlay
Sin O each molith.
S^ \ Visiting Brothers
FRATERNALLY INVITED.
W. H. PARKER, W. M.
W. A. EMMONs.Secretary
,.- '
il;SINESS D.IlECTORYf.

V. A. EM.MONS,
* ; (itcuit Ca.n;n n,'tr "'id Not ry
(l i s: Co;" {' je' 2l : : s
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IRA A. HUTCHISON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Vernon,
gi'Prompt and careful attention
to all matters submitted to my

L. McKINNEY,
Atto4nfeyv at Law.


Fla.
given
care.


Vernon, Fla.

A. H. BRAKE,
rotary Public for State at lhrge. Of
flee at Store, corner of Loraine ave-
nue and Cincinnati st. All Notarial
work solicited -and given prompt at-
tentiom. __
DR. W. G. MITCHELL.
Physfkidrt and Druggist, Commerce St.,
east of Bayvie'v, offers his profes-
sional Services to the citizens of St.
andrewvs and vicinity. Residence on
Buenl Visra avenue.
DR. J. J; KESTEI, .
lomnroeIpathic Physiclin iftd Accou-
&heil'. Office Pioneer Drug Store,
-W\. H. PARKESR,
.ota'ry Pitnlic tor the State of Flor-
ida at Large. Office at. Partkel," Fla.
Conveyanciig and payment of taxsps
for atn-reuidents. specialities.
C ome Out ot Your Shell. -
Do you allow yourself t.l .i'comne ab-
itentminded. wrapped up i- -d"a brown
9tudy? Look about you. Sp'.k to
those that you have L'een in t. 1 :'--'W
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tal cIC-t fi the inmprlo enien ta rec ;ii-
menoued was about $150,000.
The.construction of railroads into
St. Andrew gives it tlhe very thing it
has nteededl. The objection heretofore
manie cannot be mn:ie again. Of
course, I did not certainly entertain
that objection b'out rather the reverse.
;13Bt the ,'bjuctioii waiiLtartoi, d ^by
thosxie who make the appropriation
in coini.ittee, and that, of' coirse,
prevented mie froin getting such an
ap|lrp, i ition fr St. Andrew, as I
i ti Lgi t it ntiitle.d to.
Ever engineer of the Government
will always express the pinion, I
think, that these harbors'ftormned by
nature tor comn merce aind trade
shulild be developed before harbors
that weio not Ifrtiul by nature and
requiring vast sums to put them into
coWdition to c arrvy comnne'ie.e Nature
mniade a grand has baor wheu a ',,e
St Andrtew. Bay. \V ith thel stli-ruiii
(Cinal and ra:lroadls constru.'iird into
yonr LtUwn, tihe i'lporltance of St. An-
dirw bec(oies more apparent than
ev er.
As far back as 1833, a report wasId
made tti the Government byv Lient.
W. G. Williams of ii 7 ih Infantry.
In his report he uses this language:
"T'',e :bay ot St. Anid:ew may be re-
Si i,,ia oce of the finest havens
tnp't. r u iill" tt coasi .'n And that
i w .s iiitne sver 70 years ago.
i (- < V\ \lti that St, Andrewvs
S ii .. ,teeni neglected all of that
i.i m .
Pirase assure- the citizens of St,
Andrew that will do all in my pow,
er in behalf of getting a large appro-
priation for the improvement of St.
Andiews Bay, and to caory out the
recommeunations of Lient. Raymond,
a:id whatever minirovements that are
necessary to pot your bay and bari
in- first class condlitionm. I would 1he
glad it you would publish this letter
it not too long.
With kind regards,
Sincerely yours,
W. B. LAMAR.
[Mr.' Lamiar haMing' visited St.
Andrew several timee since lie has
been representing this district in
C.,ngress, speaks from' actual knowl-
esilgt of the greaz commercial and
harbor inmpo tance of St. Andrews
Bay and of the shoulreful neglect
fiom which it has s offered during all
th-i,'se years, and the B'oy believes
tliat, being aimed with this knowl-
e.! g, he will present such an array

of facts before his committee that
thev cannot do otherwise tha i report
a sufficient appropriation to prit St.
Andrews BiV1 and harbor on a footing
whicli' nituro evidently intended it
shol uld occupy in the economy of
liavigation,--ED' .


rT1 WAS GOI-MON, T3an RESIDENT, WHO'
MiEOKi -Tilh i SILENCE.
tattered sleeve from the slender white
arm. Three livid welts told their own
story of stepmother's abuse.
"Did she strike you?" he asked,
smothering an oath.
"'>he fand oat about that ride in the
cab lhst week. a'id she said she would
kill me." Even the recollection of that
awful scene brought the tears afresh.
Carl turned to Jim. "If this was the
regular run," he said, "I could get Bax-
ter to take her in the car, and it -would
be all right. We could get married In
Haven without a license, and then I
could defy Mrs. Hammond."
"Bixter must be in Haven by now,"
objected Jiim. "Sixty-seven is the first
train out iii the morning. Ain't you got
a friend who'd take her in?"
"Not one," groaned Carl. "W 11 have
to take her in the cab."
"Remember what Caddon told you
last week." reminded Jim. "Told you
then that the next time you let her
ride in the cab he'd lay you off."
"I don't care," protested Carl. "I'll
take her out of the way of that fiend
f I never handle a throttle again."
Susie, who knew Carl had got into
trouble for letting her ride _n tthe e.-


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after the.' "e lt" ha bee- i
TheHavey CLARA TAYLS on th out
ope of thet, 130id, by E. C. Pat Ills

Far down in the vltheyi a headlight
of lount', a Carl :.'j,- turned to lhi
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leaned out from the platform hi "fro"t
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proaching traIn.
"TI wa's whakingt we'll be Susie," n half
laugn hor." iuhed Carl. "ondereIt's not cton
t.,,.,t we have the hone of pulling the
;ye-:;0 nt anmd whole board of directors.
herhe old girl wil have to do us proud

il in acaded affpretionatdrey sst Lcame huge
locomotive pntideg on te siding. Ihas-
was one of the newest o the divicreaturon,
and panith tede five cars making up the
resident's special it would be better
thyouan to take mie a minwate ro."t of te way
after the "cught" had ben pa d.on his
The Iavnu section was on than wauth
slope of the doviule, ad o?" ne i drop-
ping down the grade they had to uddered.
a complete figure eight ih order to
make the turn properly about tho spur

speculaon as bto jst how f:t, h could
extend the leviathan, and not until .tim
leaned out from the platform In front
of the firebox did the latter realize
that Carl was facing toward the ap-
proaching train.
"I was walking about Susie," he
laughed. "Wondered why you called
her the 'old girl., ,,
...Ca.faced about Jnst a. a slip of .a
girl in a faded print dress came run-
tnrig down beside the track. He has-
tened toward her with a cry. Her face
wore the look of some hunted creature.
"I can't stand it any longer', Carl,"
she panted :;s she half stumbled, half
threw herself into his arms. "I want
you to take me away."
"Next week, dear,' he soothed, as he
patted the curly head resting upon his
shoulder, "Bear it for a week until I
can get my layoff, and we'll slip off to
Haven and get married. You can wait
that long, can't you?,
"Go back there!" the girl shuddered.
"She would kil me, .Carl .
"It's not as bad "s thit, is it?" he
asked. For answer she drew nack the


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have to ask you to c.rim? back into my
private car. The ireman says he can
run ihe engine and Adams will fire for
hhn, so as soon as we move Wilbur
back there we will go on. I might add
that we have di-... h'ir.ed Wilbur for
violation of orders, but on account of
L, vA i', t w'.,. r..- e going to make
him d.:vi,5;l ,; [-' .ru;,'_ndt'ut. Of course
he broke the rules, but I, for one, am
rather glad of it."
With an impulsive gesture, Susie
sprang forward and p!:iTted a kiss di-
rectly beneath the grLzzle'l mustache.
"So am I," she said quietly.

Sea V# iler ind Coldm.i
The de:usi -n that sea water does not
give co'd is a"co)unltable for much harm.
A chill may be caught by wetting from
:;a water as quickly as by wetting
j.rom any other water". There is a
certain n stimulation to the skin from
, alt. no doubt, but that idoes not pre-
ve-it chilTs from inliscrinminate ex-
posure to wetting by salt water, and
chills are fertile causes of illness. Chill
to the lower part of the body Is always
dangerous'to any one. It is much more
so to P. child than to a grown person,
though many people seem to think the
reverse is the case.


Time EscorinI.
Th; Ese>rinl is tI. i;jta, v.bt St.
L'eni -; is to France. the ltrinal place of
lk; -. liill by Philip I!.. il was be-
g;i!I in li3fl: and linish'.,d in 1,.s-4. The
kili, lv ~ed th,:rie for fourtreu ye-ar.s aiU.d
d;.l th Ir,. in 1.:,,. flelin% tlje pl:,:e
Cf.u'o -uii 1 for lhis glo lny ter-'I m nl'.r'ir ut.
Thi1. l.'rtnicJ i trilp,(cl Im ,. convent ,i f
nju.'li 'if it, golden .'ornu.ll, r-l- in ]-'n
-in.] dil irrop'.trmtible drnange to the in.
ter:,'r, afterward rv.-pair":-d :t9s far afR
p1 ..i.leo by FerdiLaud VII. The eij-s
w;th ihich the soppes~ below tbe eitiice
are p!auted were brougiht from Eng
l.ul in the reign of the Bloody Mary.
It Etands 2.70T0i feet ibove sea levcl aud
Is ex'-rpo-'ed to galeA so furious that thOf-
onut, it 1i suid, hoisted an ambassador,
coachh and all, into the air, and whirled
the lords of the bedebamber round'and
romnd the courtyard like dead leaves.--
Westminster Gazette.


"-,., v. l r n. I',,,,4t prutestp.;ugiy
".',1 .-. dca' -h'' ,~uiictty. "f' n.
t a r.,il. 1M.yl".1'0 ,tne wvJl take

i- lr t'.iught of l rror ii wihtichl
I.t' II.. i.'h-L .1 i '*,'a inh tlhe tow nl
: -i .....), hi h t P., despirite his
.. ..: .da. She was
:l.... , ;' w-oul,
S : r I', ** i nt trrnubiti l.
', t.i Y .a i klug for the
I .i:-, i T J e trip would
i t : .I ... 1 .
-lh,. w. !; Il,~1 r'' g w (en tihe
I .! I -:' p:c-mtn t, ." g. ri1,,, a, i
., tv'., ih. i ..i.i te u1COUp,!etd
.it ;-irL oz I n sidiu-.r t;SJ puii aed
:-,;',.:'.: .: i t o t. : train S'.i:
'..i: .i w the tr g.'side the en.
'11 :'uLI s.o ,l lit'eshid ai b ias'lt wul.
r iu ph 'rt qn...(1
Ad. to-; W.-a-. t,.Ltint 6 f!i., leTbapi
.v ,t".,i-T o 1r Iliis nt'- the d1-:

b" ,'I;-,T *'.\ir ht 1,' s,',o; iel aa hs .
' .'"- "o st~ n i .
htniel mop the .iyello tigaue "'Cip-:
IrC..-k all the \way to ll;\en. L.oLt jin
Lu tcLe Ler, are .ou?'"Le altietl .t, .
glance icaj L.i,'n tin- .4,l.
It was Sa-.e \who au H te'cd that she
was not goii. uaLid A;l'tulli urued )i.,
ward the r".'ar' ot tL tt.hii.
Hee had J.u-t g.enu tile sigu.al ii pull
out wt'h u donu iU the ltad .a;:!_ lte
swaying it, iu, ut' a\\'.'Lum:in ',,.I'J 'wil h
auger. <-.:.- g;iucu toMid .:a.:Il r:it
was Mrs. l 1)aimond, ILtI! w Ihtu1t a
word he renetlVhjo do %11li t1.1 vhL:'.-e SuSie
was standing andl with.u p',it-rful jerk
lifted her into the .-;il, wih.il at the
same moment he threw over the' lever.
'There was an HanweuriLu snort from
the engine, which dre'wiNed the cry of
the baffled woman, and the train moved
out.
The locomotive was of the Mjthi.-r
IHubbard type, with the engineer's cab
well forward over the tremendous boil-
er. As soon as he was under way Carl
helped Susie over to the uther side of
_he boiler and then glued his eyes to
Lhe track ahead. *
There were ten miles at a slow :'Deed
as they dropped do)%'.u the side of the
;uountai, )but once thIe "eightL" was
'i)as'sed it would be clear running.
e.an while it Would take all of his care
-) ,"! 1b.:c1; the train and keep from
h>ng ito. the "(-. ;ht" at such a speed
.: :.t to engine % ;.1d leave.the track.
T"''y ha.d ,...l e l of the distance
:'e r nIt' i !.- r,'. the cutting
......., la l)rened, stone fell fromin.- the
-ide i ,;- ,r 1 fimro,:gh the window
auid u!3:a-uck O(r' l ai .il u:,.- tl-.' head. lie
*' I i-.t.-: ot'iined. and as he did so the
i\-:r V'L.D xm l h v.'oii over, ;r ?'' I.i4! -
,Aid h .ii'. e' a full i,:.:,;' *: steam.
I l.i :.e-. m f i 'ir 'r S, '- l inb.-fl
ov-r the br':'r :' : i 1 i a -.tl'a pl m.,I o'.I

,,' :.1 L t1 --; 'i hll 1.'l tj ,'v, .-f I I..>j )t', !t
mn vCe a la u acre :'- 4 f:' ,. V.
tr;cn'bln- h,-nds h i' -'r.-i-d per a w.. .
"The 'eight!' Ruuiii :,ay' St .;!"
hle g -I,..
iu a f!ash she gr'--1 1 i i A.'.. ir.
The eq guine under a f0l' l 1. '. I of -.. -.j
was bouuding dot.i tL' I I I:f I-bh
mountain tral ght tii'w-tvr' il;ie i:.-.'1
figure elgmt. It was inpii.iti- fir thL
fireman to clih b o\'oe" i, ti. :'.-. 'l' nt tl:.
speed they were g-,'.0. '.*e ,i..uit ac
quickly if she w,,ild .-l e ,'.? ..
In her rides in t!..- b she b-id
learned the -;'' f L'I- li.,nlu Iv,'rn
and cocks, and ,o.tio'e -, tv.'eo 'a:'l ha.i
let her hold the tl'r.:o; t'e a' ,g a strai;:it
stretch. Now s\he L .i','-.the t;iritole
and pulled it o"'er. "LhI LI-vUw nmt to
attempt to ch-ck th:e s,.,.J t')., urlden-
ly would be a3 .;;'d a.' to 1 A it c.)nt:iue.
With white fa.--o and .-a teeth. she
worked at the tl:'cttle muil the .-,t'edl
gradually siow ,l. arid ist :is th'.'
".eight" caine into sijl.t the realized
that at last sh' bha 1 the ruowct'ul en-
gilne under conimiu'l l. i
She brought the m;\j,:hii; to a st'p.
and Adams cane ru'mihig forwar.l.
"Serves you !igu:i. he s'.4uted as ihe
sped along the i'r L. "* at gnubLt.in
with your sweWe:.. ,ir't a. let the enu-
gine got away .'rcm you. *ine sort of
engineer to be t:u.- tel v,'ll tih special.
You'll be on the carpet f1r thi in"--
Hie came to a stop ns he alimbd Into
the cab and at a g!nneae cunpreheldedl
the tableau he .:w ithrec He knew
something of Carl' story, and Jim tolal
him the rest while Susie, all uncon-
seious of the s ;sat ion be had made,.
bent over the form of her lover.
When at last she had brought bhini
back to consciousness amid stepped to
the door of the cub to g, in search of
water she found the entire party stand-
ing !.,':i:eaiin l er.n-.
It was Gordu.u, the resident, who
broke the silence. .
"Young woman," he said severely, "It
is against the rules of this road for vis-
itors t3 ride On the englne.. I shall


Racing the


Wildcat
By CLAUDINE SISSON

Copyright, 190T, by E. C. Parcells

That Keswick, after a college course,
Should return to Vaudon and take a
place EN motorman on the Vaudon and
Arverne trolley line was a little more
than 'a nine days' wonder in Vaudon,
where the Keawicks had lived for half
a century,
Great promises lhad been made on
Renton Keswick's behalf when he de-
ckled to take a portion of his father's
Insurance money and complete his col-
lege course, and it was confidently pre-
dicted that he would make a name for
himself In the city beyond when his
four years should be up. Instead he
had quietly returned to his old home
and had applied for and obtained a
place as motorman on the new line just
completed to Arverne.
Even Horace Custis had been some-
what surprised at Ren's request to be
put on a car. "We could use you here
in the office, Ren,'/ be suggested as he
swung -r.,rri. in h:s office chair.
"No, thank you," was Renton's quiet
Ze.,' r. want to know o"uItii.g,
abo y b. ".r I ,it iu front of
71 rol! top dust, au. I guI(,e the fr)nmt
platformn of a car is as ,godl a pa[ce as
Iuy from whV.ich t tuiC 'y."
Su Cus is had lot thn g:, :::d thAlt
cDij,;:" wvl:I Do:t'v:y ( is reis n-
:V'tt with hii for I no be'. l tt rl

T- "Jci'ic .i .. .
s8 w I :'.. r tLo tu of -. Or I,
o:rwick I w.t i lhav. :e ,;i 1. to put
i kel uy' t') oik in thie oiice, but a col-
; (..e c.:uc:':tion I-t. ni't s):,ilu,l ':Li, and
S;-'e Liihi he place fr which he
tske.."
I .1rOly, blu !hi;ng to 'l:i th:.t her
se ret wa's l.nvwn to i:,:' fitheir, lied
:o Lhe r aoom, .and after hit the subject
.r,ppei so f.r a.-; the Custis
uio,;". i d wi a r: s o n c r)1 (' n :'d .
V't. oa x r ': mo:ro i.t ere:i!cA, I:,',v-
'av'er, and t.rte were nuany who frec!y
m':uarC:ed tIat if inln E'swick could
a' do bct(o" an a i ::i .]4Ar i's job
.L" ;.1 t..i. :t";hool,3 '.n ; il vouid hitve
oec-i b.Lter had he a ',i. L:ra]self in t1he
city.
Men iRod, ilstn. tuck to the iotior-
nxs ).)x, ao:iJ in a ..,hert time lIe was
cegarded as the best oprucior on the
road. o11 knv.w eov'ey crve and grade
'n the eight ten mile:; of track, and his
car vwa,- never l:te, be,-aase no matter.
what the delay he knew how to favor
heo work and come up to the Vaudon
station on time.
Once when there had been a break
at the power house which shut off the
power from the line for twenty min-
utes he had iaced the accommodation
from the brook crossing to the station
and had beaten it by three minutes. It
was an eight mile run from the cross-
ing to the station by trolley, but the
railroad took a curve to avoid cross-
ing Arverne creek twice and had four
miles farther to go.
Dorothy was a frequent passenger on
the car, and it was natural that she
should avail herself of her privilege as
daughter of the president of the road
to ride on the front seat with the mo-
torman. If she happened to take the
car on which Ren was the motorman It
certainly had the appearance of an *ac-
cident, and not even Vandon talked
about it-which was surprising.
Those rides were precious times to
Renton as he. stood at the controller
and nursed the heavy car over the
tracks. Once when he had been late
and was hurrying to make up his time
she had looked up with glowing eyes
as he helped her down the step.
"I'd just love to -be with you some
time when you are making a real fast
run," she smiled, and he, smiling back
into the eager eyes, had replied:
"If I ever have to make a real fast
run I'll let you know."
She was talking of his promise as
they sped toward the town one evening
in August. There had been a dance out
at Arverne lake, and Dorothy had left
early to meet her father. A celebration
was being held some thirty miles up
the road, and her father was among
the invited guests. They were coming
borne on a special train, the governor
and his staff and half a hundred oth-
ers. The train was due at Vaudon at
about the same time as the special,
and Dorothy had left the party early in
order to. be home to meet her father.
Once or twice Ren had let out the car


on level stretches to see her eyes flash
with excitement and had crept along
the harder' parts to keep his schedule
even.
They were taking it easy along the
: stretch by the creek when, as they ap-
Lproached the railroad, they spied a


'ST. AN1)DIEWI F.


man. "They told me there Et story
about him that Illustrated the tenacity Do not' dosd yourself with al
and perseverance of his childhood, his i
bulldog determination to ride down kinds of advertised remedies-
every obstacle and reach the end. get his Opinion. More than likely
"It seems that at the little Dunferm-
line school the master called Andrew. you need a concentrated fat food
up one day and asked him how much
seven times nine was. to enrich your blood and tond
"The boy, unable to hit on the an
swer immediately, began' to go over up the System.'
the entire table:
twice nine is eighteen, thrice nine S' i
is twenty-seven, 'four times nine i1 Scott's/ mulsion
thirty-six, five'-
"But the master interrupted ,ni-
patiently. of OO LiVe. i
'No, no,' he said. 'Givmen the a1r- --- '
swer straight off.'
"After some thought the boy gain s ust suh a food inr its best fom
"'Twice nine is eighlcen, thrice nIr ne
is twoIty-seven, four times'- It will build ,- the weakene "
"No. Straight off,' repeated the ,w**b ae |
master, and wasted body when, all
"'Haud yer gob. man,' the boy crled 1
passionately. 'Ye've ppoilt rue twice, other food fail to nourish. t
an' do ye want to spoil me a third you are run down or emaciated:,'-
time't'
The Helght of waves. give it a trial: it cannot hurt- '
It is usual in other places than nov- you. It is essentially theJ b'es
els to hear of waves running moun-
tains high, but in reality the mountains possible nourishment for delicate'
of the sea are by no means steep and i d it
only appear so when two systems of children, and pale,anaem grls
waves meet, as in a choppy sea, and We will nd you a sampl kee.'
add their amplitudes. For example, as
is shown in a series of wave measure- _, _
ments lately undertaken by the French Bte sure that this p'c
government, the highest normal waves in the form of a label Is om
encountered in the southern Pacific afre the wrapper of every bol
not more than fifty-three fe6t high of Emulsion you buy.
from crest to base of trough.'Tbese are .
in a sc-t. 1r wfnves of greatest knovu-tl SCOTT BOWNE'
anmplilude. The distance between their hiti
crests'is 1.000 feet. Waves of the north -
Atlantic are normally 528 fept from -_- J 409 Pearl Street, New Yorit
crest to crest and twenty4dix feet high. 'i -
-London Post. SOc.and$U All Drugtst'


P-


NO. 47i


HIeadlight ulp the t(rai..
There was plenty of tlim, and rather i !1, l...r i h i ,t like latuI. It
than tk. l, an, :'es in zt,,opped on the "'1i h h.r i r *rt like tm l' .l itre d
neir rimle of the crossing and rested on of '-kin-. .,r. ,tL--. I' -inlae. ah I ey are,
the seat a moment a.9 the light drew cih'-I u. w ,it .-... in their proper.
arer. -" l.n,< i:i te.iNerr ti ,e rL" ` ,'-:.dltions. aR 1
A it il-' -: .eI 1i.a-t tit- .., a ertv h ie nais ,on ir., i';er e7dtls. Tle bair
'.om 1. :.,tIhy. l III ,L 'u ght she Id:" iluine ; rl, v ci on. the nIrface otr
s a w th a t ih 'r, ii t- 11o ll0 li ht 1- 'L th e U u 1-1 'l r i' un i n i o r- or le q.s
'*h)IISi you :," !if -'ietiaii,led exeit- .Ide';., Jutu It. more deeply as the hath
: "4 s.ra".-,.t lteu'i arm. Is longer, oi ihat luonjg bair adhere hi
"l..,lu.i ,., "' ui -atcd a do.' i> I o Th1.e numbep.of these hair,
"'TI,' ltra!n"i. : he g sp,-d lio'-n fW t,. ppleLe ., e', r.'.'ijes '. naisderably
t-re I' r. w; Ih ,dierenrt pi '>p!e, but for eacn indl-
Th,,-", a contru,.uton anmp p tipu.p 1.i ,',ontamt ntd a uc liieabl.
ihe rad. an I he recognized this as the ,,' ,.. ,, I: hi, creased any more than
enguie of ihli work train. Th.lre bad u ibe winiber of one'.i e lger nafla
been threats stl'ue agln.at the g.wernor 1 t. n..-vr, ar ndepeudsa o the pA-
by some of the foreign laborers, and I'.ise; consequently it there are in.pa-
thb'y .1hl 1robabily ReLt the engineIj l:Th. tlher-e etnl l' hair. Moreoy"
Sdrift i1 the hope uf obstructing th th. number of the e paoille is -(
,rack i.ud wrtCking the train. .ltnt,-f.,o th.At the idea of Ieregoai
If the firos burned -down it wouldki ,er au;./,er '1 ,.li p4y ieiptt.3 e.t.i
-omeu t>t. ; twalt.on the tracl tLfe ,. a,
-^^.rer-or^rpeefl d ^-nw^.,dpggrt
fhPre would be a wreck. If the fires ,f :,i tho ,ipill-te, hut they hre con-
. kept up steam, there might be au e'en s{t!tutvi p.rts >of. bkin arid shar~ Ita
more dangerous eolltsiun vMhile the en- fCte":r iI,:,, ,jothn',jj and evil days.
gine was in IuUtion.
Ren turned to the cond'lr. '1 hert I', L, .', 'LnI.-ri.
were but tite, three on the car. L"DIJ't It ,, i ,,t 't..,, i t. the lter edirlerdi
lose the wire!" he shouted :S iK' turned wei,, ,,mil:r'ly PIpliea before 17513,
toward the front. He bent OUT r Dur- ,'h,. n ,,di,, teli s that Benjaminl
othy. -'Hold light!" he. criJ. 'lere Is 1.'r:inh, i;u. the new pustmastr general,
your fast ruu!" And he turned un the emi.-1'..-d theia iu Philadell)bia and
curr'un. [o1.1'ily IlI New York. The earlilet ev-
For. a moment there wri a whir as Ii,.,. e hve i of 17"02. when th
the motor gained ipeed, andl then thtey Phl!, iL,'phi,i pc.r:.is-t.. advertise
were off. Ien knew that he riuu.t +ii, t Illt "b.y" ha, run away and that
re(ac the stallon before the- ':c.oial left patter,, (nust cnll 1' r their letters at
or th.-re. \od be nohope. In aioth.'r ,,',tr., The PoStal .TJodItal f.
imoiieui. tLoy were unlm iu. at .101 u 1 u : ', :',.'.... : t,.,r'Lhoij ; I;.m, d in-
peeJ, a:nd the car swayed Iu.l rattlei f.-iia .n. n i.-!'s 1:' bat iost-.n bad no
as thuagim it would leave hb. trr'a'kL. ,-t,.-r o**an-11.- inj 1773. Of N,.,w York he
But F[en knew every d:iu,;-.... -.1p'Jt. ihjt ",,i-n uafter the arrival of oi
and the c.'- sped along, slu'Jiih.' drowu mrail th,] it te;' ,re qu!,kly delivered'
at tle curves just enough to hold to thIj by a runi,.r." which means rme.senge
ra.is. The goug rttng almanot .,Ir, Lit- i,r 1.-.ter .i erlw
: tl e '-... u,," bnu therc w:.-s little ". ar4-:,, uult.
raflic, and they h:.,l .a cla..Lr r'ind A .",' ',_n.. t ,U one t
throu hi. ,Oince or I. e t.':,.u.sttr Awbl fi.Lh t.'. e t.u.sit ely or evea
pulled up suddenly and s,'%ore a3 ti w h tit t.r -r, rc-taluu t at v.hly b e
rush frlUghened his hires. .tyt u t ter
_:.t,,:,.-illty 1k1 i.,d v uC tbe W ;e, 'l;..-e of
Dorothy's eyes blazed v.ith exc,-e. I, 1 .h U,!Y ,) .1
rent as she clung to the se-:t. bhe 11, ..,tb Is '< .L I .-A t'p:,rrort '.b day
guessed why the run was li,.in; ma.ad, In I..- a.j Pi,',.et r 'auti
and even her fear- for her father did r:k,..- th, r ,'hr c, su!e, and d
not sp.)ll her enjoyment of the speed. p uler in U in r Prje.
She had confidence in Ren. Pails reitauraut, la addlJlon.- maki t
At last they were in the village and feature of crayflq. cod and mnsuli
were., -,.T.],, up the street. He slowed ad the L..U.'n rettnurants of wa l lqe
up as much as he dared, but he could bait and .1 ,,. The variety of niah
heu- the panting of the engine and tirerrable in their, tw-o rifles Is aWmst
knew that the special was already in wh,,)..ut i.Lt:nJ tl,,n, t., t a difiereut Asb
the station. There would not be a each day r,..qlre, It, fact, only seve
long stop, a(nd he gritted his terth a t arl,:.TInA', lu ihe t.repa:atIloa of wletc4t
he threw on full power again,, for In thee are iLurit : ecianlIos
the distance hea heard the rattle of the
wildcat. 116 snapped the CoorAh ang.
One glance ;ijowed him that the eu- Ope Sunday mornLng a clergImanI
gine if tt. p,..ieal wits below the only wa f greatly anrinscd Lby.the uuuaui *.
,Tdiug fh'. slde of che stantbu. 'There amrrount or cougtin.g among his eCQogre-
was no time to back and throw u'pen n gation. lie bud Lot a strong vuletaUd-
switch. The engine would be upon the could ciuly be distinctly heard when the
train before anything could be done. people were still and attentive. As thbu
He satisfied hmniself of this and made ,:ouglilug '.eit .,n, and reun grew
up his mind quickly. He shut off the worse, he strddeInly stopped right ifu thi
power and ground down the brakes, middle of the sermonu. Ai.' eyes eFe
stopping in the center of the track. He instantly turned to Uie pulpit, every
sprang to Dorothy and, catching her up cough was hushed and thier was per-
In his arms, jumped from the car and feet silence.
staggered away from the track. "My' friendss" said tlie inlrtister, withi
Another Instant and a crash told that a smile, "it seei.f y.,> stc. rben I
the wildcat had run into the car. He stol."
set the girl down and turned to see. This gentle rebuke bud the desired
The engine had been thrown complete- effect The people found that their
ly off the track, and the special was coughing could be kept down when
safe they liked to di great extent, and the
In a daze he received the congratulaw minister p-oceeded with his sermost
tions showered upon him until he heard under far more favorable conditions.
the president of the railroad conipany,. A u o
speaking.
"We are going to put in several trol- w
ley lines," he was saying, "and we ^ '
want just such a quick witted chap as
yourself as general manager." -
Hle looked at Dorothy, and Dorothy's "I HIS a common e sXp s
eyes said "Yes." She had known al n we h ever
along that he was seeking practical ex- $V011 we har on V.y
perience for Just such a post as this, side. U n less there i
and they were to be married when he
had woii. some organic trout thte con'

A Story on csrnegie the Boy. edition can doubtless be remedited:
"I once visited Dunfermline, Mr. Car- ris
negle's birthplace," said a Chicago Your doctor is the best adviser:


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The air. Tatrpoti arrived' froin the
*-izutln at 10:20 a. wn.. [F~riday, and
I iom the Wea~t at 11 ofolockr a Mn.,


111El;HIING 'ECIIOliER

L. 0. C U B A ABIR
Capacity 18 toot-1. .'rerared to deliver
Lumber at any voiut on St. Andrews
3saye at One Dollar and Pi-t'y Ceuta per
Vt~overad feet. IVatri naoge solielted. Ad.;
dregs L. C, DA*IS. Allantoo, Fla.;
?4AV1{rlA LAUNCH

W. F. WOODFORDa PaoraUXzroa
Pitted in oplend~d couidifloat to ta~e ex.
euritione or Laausoflguda to any point a
the Say or Golf, (Imied cabin protection
in the event of hpad tos!her. Terms ,i u
onable. Also.

Capacity 16.'09'e fee f Lumlier Will Fe~rry
botwiean FArmdale anO Allanton. on ni
sav, and wWlldilleer ftelgMr of every de-
scriptiov. including -live stock to' .nT
point on st. Andrews HOLY. Fanr pirteu-0,
-irs, iddre-sarW, F, Woowoap*, Far*-.

,ACJKF.T SCfRYONER

UAtiAK-TA L i. WSXA
M~ake# rego~rtlxchrtb between St. Au:

liou paid to handling Rdcartying'freight
tt reaaonab'le rateIn. For particutars ad.
dress, M. War. Manager,
ISt.Azrdrew. Fise
&'AiUKET dCIIOO1NER
GLEO PATH A..1
tzi~ipped Wok T'wo GOwnu 2Eqk1ON'
TAavev lit'. Anui't-As ktiy every Mands-
le6avea Pletafferfa s0ery 1bhrrsday
~weittliet pearnttifig). special atteir
tion wrilhbe' given to receiving and
East and 1Iorth Bay', g'ass,.ger for
paints on either- arth- of tbs fPay can
depend upon, securing p~rotopt traits
-oortatijon at rqvasonaIble riiAe.'aa-
senger acicopim ndations gond`. express
iuud 1tm~ilroud iFreight apeciahs. For
f"I 1 Ihe r i104filuorwajoapply to)
Oi WA V WAUSi. Gen, hMan~igr..

NAPI~t I lAUNUH,
L AU RA.
Carries The LEcuBany Mail bet weenstit
Andwene Hav, Wetppo and interniedi-
fte poiints..I-eaves St. Anidreas -daily
ietteepl, Sunda Y at 6:00 4. iii a rri weat
wetappo at lz.:30 p. in.; leave~ Wetappe
.1.1:00 p. in.; arrive, t L10. A iidreswata
Hartfwh., ,Oromanin, oi, rikcr, 1ff lsa
IbUrg. Knit lrarindtlae. Freight landed at
ofly pioto~ive wbarf. For patiseuger and
fvlght rabes, see zAteC Cid in the suew
I.A. WVZ?,IKILL. bMana~cr.

A Week'. Wentioaer.
'I'iae following table gives &lie mazi
mum.ttdimiazw and iweab ternpera-
luare&.tile raita fall and dii'uctiou of til
witid, for t)ke twetity-fuua hotir, euding
at 7 OCoer'cakp Mi., a i udicattd by U. S
@teor#. Aft a a Nfn. Nl~erj ,Vt~ ri. ou'd
Ja .31 65& 35 59r .00
1-Feb... I id 320 46 .00 an
2 55 43 48r .00 0
3 66 63 158 A.0 0
4' 62' 34 48 .00 1
5 65 39 5141 .00 n
V 66 54 50 o .00 nw


-RILtGlOUS ANNOUNCIE~fNTS.


mter schoolboy, who secreted himself in
the abbey In fulfillment of a w%.-er
that he would sleep in the abbey. not-
withstanding the report that the ghost
of Bradsbaw, the president of the court
at the trial of Charles I., who In the
lea* of the- cowanwealth occupledt
1 t% tdenary, haunted the building. 4e
* mnt'be night io the abbey and occu-
.i' h~is time -"e iarving his name on
the corotatlon chair, which bears to
t day thb follow g, rudely cut la-o
acriptIon: "1, PtWer Abbott, slept Il this
"hair."-Dundee Advertiser. :

Vlolet ror W emU Wta.
It was not by accident that violet
was chosen by many satlpus as theex-
elustve color for mouralngr'~d by us
also for half mourning. Palaters apt-
krlng from hysteria Md nexrwst*euie
Will be inelined to cover their pictures
sulformly with the color most in ai-
toCdaMer wfth thlr condition of laast-
toce a" enhaiqstfibr. Thus originate,
the vioTet piqta~i o'of anet and his
school. which spring from no actually
observable apevct of nature,. but from
a subjeetiv Tle'w due to condftlbna of
the nerves. Wbenjthie entire wrta w
at W.p1;as In salons aun art exhibttris
of the day appears v'elW in' ittform
%alf mourning this I eall1cHon fpr vio-
nt 1s simply an expresisain of the nerv-
ns8 debUlity of the painter.-Nordau's
'DeZinaton.'*


LOCAL DRIFT.

-On Sunday, the 33 inst., Mr. James
Mashburn and Mieas Ophelia McCall of
Bennett, in this county, were united in
wedlock; Rev. Harris officiating'
-A neleven-pound son and heir was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 8. Arm-
strong of West End, last Sunday after-
noon; Dr. Kester in attendance.
-A. H. Brake has lumber on the
ground and men at work on a large ex-
tension to his store building, corner of
Loraine avenue and Cincinnati street.
Blank Warranty Deeds, short form
printed on good linen paper, 25c per
dozen) also blank receipt tabs-100 re-
ceipts in a block, 10c each, at the Buoy
office.
-The Buoy's good friend and old-
time fellow citizen; F. R. Babcock of
Maryville, Tenn., sends a handsome
1906 wall calendar, for which he has
sincere thanks.
-The Buoy's local Tompkins report
did aot reach the office untit Tuesday
night and it. consequence could not be
used for this issue. All that is appro-
priate will appear next week.
-'You never have and may never again
have an opportunity to get so fine a
fountain pen for so little money as you
can now by complying with the condi.
tittas'of the coupon to be found else-
where oi this page.
--Wlard Ink Tablets,Price, per
box 10 tas. Put up eight Tablets in a
box. One box makes ten ounces sple.-
didink. Economical permanent; abso-
lutely indellible, covenlent, non-corro-
sive. At the Buoy office.
--Wanted: District Manargers to post
signs, advertise and distribute samples'
Salaty $18.00 weekly, $3.00 per day for
expense.. St a te age and present em-
ployment. IDEAL SHEARCo1, 39 Ran-
I dutlp at,, Chicago, Ill.
-Handsome letter heads with St.
Andrews Bay date line and views of
oitherSt. Audrewe Bluff, orBDena Vista
Point, at 8e. per domet,; also map of tLe
St. Andrews BIay country on back of a
letter sheet at fle. per doze~i, at the
Buov oftee
-The mercantile business of W. H.
T Parker & Co.. at Parker is offered for
Y sale. If reasons are wanted for the
r change, Mr, Parker says he has too
,. many irons in the fire. For particulars,
r call at the storeo* address W. H. Par-
n kerr Parker. Fla.
1' -The oyster supper given by the la-
dies of the Presbyterian church lasi
r ;Friday night, netted the handsome sum
of $30. and has enabled the society to
order at&le chbreh bell, which has alt
.ready been done at a cost of nearly $70
and, it ir claimed, will be the largest
bell in the county.
-Mre. Fr, M. GiRls has received a
.. latter from sa daughter of Mr. and Mrs
E. V. Wright, who, it Will be, riembered
t wem6"eIesta' at GrillW for some time
o last whiter, saying that her father died
t very suddenly Item heart trouble, a few,
I days ago. in his home towev w K aaa
t City, Mo., while riding in a street car
d -A law has passed the congress o
the United Siates grmti'trg the fran
chise for the building of a railroad
bridge across North Bay, ineid ent t(
which the Times-Union save: "West
1. Florida insists up n joining the proces-
s. sion; she will now run a railroad over
ie St. Audrews Bay to show what she can
g do In the wa) of binding the ocean with
a chains of stone."
i. -The Ware Meroantile Company has
1. the piling on the ground for repairing
n and extendin9r its wharf sixty feet, Int
w deeper water, thus making it accessible
e for the landing of any boat *that cat
n come in at the Pass. A large force o
n men is at work upon it and a steam
w pile-driver is driving ,the piling. Joht
R. Thompson also has the material o0
hand for building a wharf io front o
his store at the corner of Washington
Avenue and it will be built at once.
-A meeting of citizens was held a
,. Ware's Hall on Wednesday evening
January 30, to hear Hon. W. A. Bryan
if speak on matters pertaining to St. An-
drew and the Bay country, especially
the deepening of the water at the Pass
SAt the close of Mr. Bryan's remarks a
short discussion ensued, participated in
by J. H. Drummond, J. H. Conway aud
y and


others, an. resulted in the organization
of the St. Andrew Improvement A sso-
ciatlon, of which Mr. Drummond was
president and Mr. Conway, secretary,
when the organization adjourned, sub.,
ject to the call of the president.
-The preperty'lists of Buoy patrons
for Wasbington county is still in the
hands of the tax collector. He reports
having been too bmsy to attend to it,
but promises to do so very soon. As
soon as'it is received each of the :own-
ers will be notified of the several
*'amaBts due from them for the tax of
1905, Meantime, owners mus wait pa-
tiently and remember that the delay is
through no :ault of the editor of the
Buoy............... The Calhoun coun-
ty statement has been received and the
money has been forwarded to the col-
lector for all who have remitted the
amount'
-On Wednesday of last week, while
Thomas Croom of Sulphur Springs was
hauling lumber with a team of mules
and wagon, a front wheel of the wagon
collided with a stump beside the road
and be was thrown from the wagon in
such a manner that both -legs were
caught between the load and axle and
one leg was broken and the other terri.
bly mangled. Dr. Booth wat summon-
ed and set the broken limb and cared
for the braised one, and Mrs. Croom's
mother, Mi's. 8. E. Mashburn of St. An.
arew, who is a splendid nurse, was sent
for and wilt remaain with her-daughter
while they ehave seed of her services.
Mr. and Mrs. Croom also have a very
sick little child with pneumonia, and
Dr. Booth says only tha best of atten-
tion can save its life. In their afflic-
tion, Mr. and Mrs. Croom have the sin-.
cerets sympathy.


MRS. POST AGAIN CONVICTED.
Alit. Hvi % \% -. Po.u titie Ieniali
scienii-.t \ li Cl'Aimii to iCuro hcliinghi
abenltL tieatiieul, who, ab.,IL a 3eal
ago was ttiid, convicted and sentenic-
ed for using the nails for fraudulent
pu'rpoises, but on an appeal had the
dezNoe reversed, has just been sub-
jectel to another trial in Jackson-
ville, and has b-en again found guilty
ana sentenced to tl'irty days impris-
onument and to pay a fine ol five hun-
dred dollars. Notice of appeal was
given and ,she was placed under a
bond of $2,000

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 Bloc;
Chicaeo.
Through Thick and Thin.
If monarchs have often permitted
themselves the indulgence of making
puns the fact has not been recorded in
the pages of history; One pun, how-
ever, is assigned to King Frederick
William IV. of Prussia.
It Is said that on the occasion of a
court ball he was standing near the
middle of the dance hill in conversa-
tion with an exceediugly th:u ambas
sador. In the haste and excilcmeut
of a fiery galop a lieutenant of the
hussars danced, with his partner, be-
tween the monarch and the person
whom he was addressing, and then,
seeing what he had done, he began to
stammer abject apologies and explana.'
tions.
"Oh, that was nothing," replied fue
king, with a hearty laugh. "A hu-sar
tnust go without fear through thick
and thin."
A whimsical glance froV ll8s own
portly figure to that of the slooder am
bassador accompanied this daiawer, and
the hussar felt himself not otily par-
doned, but invited to share in the
king's laugh.
His Inexperience.
Judge-Have .you anything to say.
prisoner at the bar, before sentence is
passed upon you?
Prisoner-I hope that your ho will
take into consideration the yout d
inexperienco-
Judge (interrupting,)-Wha-a-t! Y',
i have been convicted seventeen times!
Prisoner-Oh, no, your honor; I was
alluding to my counsel.

t Over-Work Weakens
Your Kidneys.

- Unhealthy Kidneys Make. impure Blood.
t All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
Th6 kidneys are your
A' >bloodpurifiers, they fil-
S ~~I) ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
S Y It f they are sick or out
of of order, they fail to do
i their work.
Pains, acheseandrheu-.
S matism conwe from ex-
s. ces -of ctrlc acid in the
--*0 blood, duerto neglected
f kidney trouble.
Kidney trouble causes quirk or unsteady
" heart beats, and makes one feel as though
1 they had heart trouble, because the heart is
y over-working in pumping thick, kidney-
t poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced fo the kidneys,
r but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin-
ning in kidney trouble.
If you are-sick- you can make no mistake
ty first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
s and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
g Swamp-Roof, the great kidney remedy is
Soon realized. It stands the highest for its
e wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
e and is sold oni Its merits A
n n all druggists in fifty- ,
,ent and one-dollar siz-, ^ | 5.1g
.. You may have a *^i ^
nampls bottle by mail iome of Swamp-Root.
Sfee, alsop pamphlet telling you how to find
n out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
f Mention this paper when writing Dr. IKlmer
8&. Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Don't make any mistake, but remem.
beor the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil-
t mer's Swamp-Roo)t, and the address,
Binrhamton, N. Y., on every bottle
A Versatile Parish Clerk.
SThe anc:ent parishi clerk in Englandi
had many functions. Letters were nol
. o common !n those days as today, and
the clerk was the learned man of th-


S community. One of his functions wa
writing epitaphs, but this was not thi
cum of his accomplishments, as ma:
be seen from the advertisemnnt of Jobh:
Hopkins, clerk of Salisbury In th:
Seighteenth century:
John Hopkins, parish cierk ar_ under-
taker, Ael's epitaphs of all sorts ant
prices. Shaves neat and plays the has-
soon. Tcyth drawn, and the Sai:\.b-r.
Journal read vratis every Sunday :n'.rn
ing at S. A F.-.1ool for psalrmody i .,.r.
Thursday r. ning, wlihn my son, born:
blind, will play on the fiddle. Specimer.
;!:-h on my wife:
: y wife ten years not much to my ease,
But now she is dead In caelo quies.
Great varlcty to be seen within. Your
humble servant, JOHN HOPKIN,.A
Afraid of Strong medicines.
Many people suffer for years from
rheumatic pains, and prefer to do so
rather than take the strong medicines
usually given for rheumatism, not know-
ing that quick relief from pain may be
had simply by applying Chamberlalju's
Pain Balm without taking any medicine
internally. For sale by all medicine deal-
erp.


For Sale, Cheap.
A SECOND 'HAND
TOP BUGGY.
Apply at the Buoy Office.


S St

-4 3 %a -- V -


I


Represent the survival of the fittest. We
have become the largest seed house in the
world because our seeds are better than
others. Do you wish to grow the most
beautiful flowers and the finest vee-
tables? Plant the best eeda-Ferry s.
S190 Seed Annual tree to' all
applicants.
D. M. FERRY & 00C.,
Detroit, Mich.


I


TAX NOTICE,
\W e will be at thili tollovin-. lilies, ,,c,
hie dnt.s n;iru~ i, f.r tle Lll'MO,,v, wI
Cofifcting the l-ae-s of li.', ui, a s --
ing for thlise of I}'.0. This is thii i.-L t
tourd; Be sure to meet us.
Millers F:rr',; Thursday, Feb. 8.
Thens' Still. Thursday even'z, Feb. 8
W,'tt Bay, Friday, Feb. 9.
Point Washi ntoriSaturday, Feb. 10.
Green Heaad, Monday. Feb. 12.
WiUbaua, Tnesday, F,-b. 13.
Duncan, \Wednesday, Feb. 14.
Caryville. Thur-sday, Feb. 15;
Bonifay; Friday, Feb. 16.
Clhipl.y. Saturday, Feb. 17.
Orange HIill, p. o.. Monday, Feb. 19.
Davik' Mill, Tuesday, Feb. 20.
Fountain, Wednesday, Feb. 21.
Econfina, Fhursday, I1eb. 22.
N ..on. Friday, Feb. 23.
Bavhead, Saturday, F..'h. 24.
Grassy Point,'Munday, Feb. 26.
St. Andrew. Tuesday. Feb. 27.
Mfilville, Wv'die-day, Fob. 38,
Parker, Tihtrsdav. Mar-h 1.
Wet lppLp, Friday, MIrch 2.
VLriaon. Mond 'y. March 5,
Tl'ieday, March 6.
Chipley. W\edncsda., March 7,
Tliut-.sd:y Mrch 8.
J. K. "'hMPS' 'N, Tax Collector.
J. \\'. B EN., Tax A-..5ukr.

StiaWl .; L.iTo ue.
People tlie w'rld over we--re iorrifiedon
learning uf the lui niiig of a Chia. igo the-
it r in wh ch nritrly six hundred people
\lat their lives, yet more than five tinits
this number, or oyer 3,000 people -died
from pneumonia in Chicago during the
same year, with scarcely a passing no-
tice. Every one of these cases of pneumo-
nia resulted fiomn a cold and could have
been jneciait1d 1I'y the timely use of
Chambncliain'S Coutih Remedy. A great
many who had every reason to fear pneu-
monia have aRrded it off by the prompt
use of this remedy. The following is an
inalance of .hisiort: "Too, much cannot
be said in favor ouf Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, and especially for colds and in-
fluenza. I know that it cured my daugh-
ter, Laura, of a severe cold, -.nd I believe
saved her life when she was threatenao
with pneumonia." W. D. WILcox, Logau,
New York. So0d by all medicine dealers


l. ctice iH e


at-. 'ii. I I ii t.t s to ai i
:;; seiu and ly it back andl sever 1;:
e; ... 1 w-.h neatness anud di.
.'.t!':. T .: hre Artic!0 es mirst nev-
.: lea-e Io pl:-tter. Th(-y b,)i'.g t',
lie Cu. The coolest miorscl of any
'; ., b fih i" check. It is not goti
; >tI'.. to cut -'- 11 h 9 -s ;iA
h.e t t''rv ade the S 'n. B-,
Sin at the head t-) erve, cutti g to t.'
ac kone. \,1 t.e P eat ou t;at si,1.
is hoilpte tIrn the fis' and hl'-p tr,!
other side in ilt., same wVUy. If there k,
roe a I' .* -l.': 1 I be served each pvr-
son. . i rVg-; I ..i i .' t w ay to cook
and i.. ''-t v. ( ,' serve y fish.
[,'.-:: TLhe r -. of the platter w:T'h L:
- egg ain,] sl,,-l lemou, tomato and beets.
fe-rcrncid Thoughts.
"Do h-.--I: .- that came to you In the
: Iiu'z ag i- return?" asked the orig-
inator q .: q' questions .
"Not iu',. I inelose stamps." an-
wlerd tle li' *te'-rn. party.--(2 .. ..


L. E. WARE.



Ware


I.Elk n ,;:r;!i it.
"".Ii i,. ,. [. i l*,I rj.I'.s hit g,*.,il ," (Ic -

it ] -.u'r "] t "p- .0 .-i i
"' 1y t.j- taj.l ..;,l .1 i th i ..ri i:i ,.
hitb ht 11n10oied I was wveuring last
season's hat and gave me money to
buy a new one."-Baltimnore American.
A Thac.eiray Story.
Mrs. BsyarJ Tayior tells !ian interest-
Ing story of Thackc:vay in her memoirs
"On Tvwo 'ontin Tntt." The Taylors
imet Thackeray in La;n. .n soon af' er
thiir marrige. Mrs. Taylor writes
that she found confirmedd in his person
the characteristics which I had guessed
at from hills works--a warm heart under
the mask of scathing satire. On the
occasion of a small ('aUci* which he
gave us he said to my husband, after
the gentlemen had rejoined the ladies
in the drawing room: 'By the bye, I
must give you a wedding present.
\\N .it shall it be?' Then going to an
etagere he took down a silver inkstand
and gave it to his friend, in spite of the
evident displeasure of his youngest
daughter, usually so amiable, who ex-
claimed with all the naivete of her fif-
teen years, 'Oh, not that one, papal'
But papa gave no heed and a few days
later sent us the gift with the inscrip-
tion engraved upon it, 'W. M. Thack-
eray to Bayard Taylor, Oct. 27, 1857.' "

Lnckiest Man in Arkansas.
"I am the luckiest manian Arkinnas,"
".e-- H. L. S.t ,hley. Q0 Bruno. '"rin'e
the restoration of my wife' health af
ter five years of continuous coughing
and bleeding from the 'lungs. and I owe
my good fortune to the world's greatest
medicine, Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, which I know from expe-
rience will cure consumption if taken
in time My wife improved with first
bottle and twelve bottles completed the
cnre." Cures the worst coughs sand
colds or money refunded. At A. IH.
Brake's. 50c and $1; Trial bottle free.
Freak Statue.
One of the most interesting freak
statues in England is to the memory of
Sir R. Holmes. It is to be seen in the
church at Yarmouth, Isle of Wight.
The funny thing about it is that it
was not originally intended to repre-
sent that naval celebrity. It was sculp-
tured for and represents Louis XIV.
of France and was being conveyed to
that country when the vessel contain-
ing it and also the sculptor was cap-
tured by an English ship commanded
by Sir R. Holmes. The body was fin-
ished, the head being left for comple-
tion on its arrival in France. On learn-
ing who it was for, the English com-
mander compelled the sculptor to fin-
ish it by chiseling his (Holmes') head
on the king's body. Sir R. HIolmes was
afterward made governor of the Isle
of Wight and held this office from 16G7
till 1692, and after his death the statue
was erected to his memory.

A Sem io!,ii:s:i:g 1-!rend.
"I am so g-la,1 I hiv me int you, as 1
have two favo-,rs to ask of you."
"What are they;?"
"I want you to lend me $10 and not
to say a word about it to any one."
"Tv. > favors at once, man! That's
too much of a go .1 thing, One of
themn-yes. I won't breathe a word of
this to a living soul."
One of the Fallacles.
Clerk-As I am about to get married,
I came to ask if you would not give
me an increase of salary. Employer-
SMy dear sir, that is not neoeessary.
You know a young man always saves
money by marrying.


OTWAY WARE. J. H, DRUNNOND.


Thoroughly Regrganized.

Martin G. Post, -. Manager.

HEADQUARTERS FOR





DRY.G-



HAo WA.Rf nE

The Old PIONEER STORE BIIsllss,


Founded in 1878, and built up by the late L. M. Ware,
nOW T i ghly Reorganized ad under New Manigt-ment

Solicits the Patronage of old Patrons
of the House, of the Trading Post, and of new ones as
well, aud guarantees uniform fair and courteous treatment
to all.

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



We Never Disappoint Our Patients.
We Fulfill Every Promise and Naver Held Out False Hopes.
W i II oture without the knife or bougie and Varicocele thot
WE-U parin or detention from business; Contagious Blood Poison
ureda never to return, witlomt mercury or mineral mixture; Loss of Manly
Vigor Positively cured; no stfnulant but pormanet.
Tho Dr. King Medilal Co. i1 a instlurirn orgazniedunder the
laws of the stHe of Georgia for the treatment and e ure ofne al
nervousandchronlc diseases. Dr. N. K. King, the founder of
this institution, is the chief consu tng specialist, being assisted
by a staff ut eminent physicians ad -urgeons.
Oursuceess In the treatment of ichroni- dieases Is unasumpas-
We Pawe th both medical anGo lce4 otr lo 0.nes
Otfr o'ces are equipped with i 11)()P t 'an, f1I radie batter-
ies, X-ray, violet ray, a d FlPnen ni y: ^-,Iact, every electrical
contrivance known to the i-dical Ir -', Our sanit.r.'ium is
modern in every respect, cnrd we nuPy now ) -Vt tIe best
trained aid efficient atteudAnts. rcaula ry qualified graduates
a3d licensed physicians .eing in ch.arge.
We employ no misledg nvu, to secure patients and
p F S Eatronage-no C. 0. D's or unaskd for literaure are sent t
N- 4 this instution. Our trms for c r 7ment atera:e from u5 000
to $10.00 per month, (medici es, ic 1iuded) v d we give the assur-
ance of a cure wiLbhi a speit .! e t t time.
MY BEST REFERENCE IS, CHRONIC DISEAS- u bWe utacoefu 'etrntd o person
such as Kidney and l1.ladder troiubi(s, lbeumatism,
V M W AtED 00L/ Wu.ChRapture, Hydrocelo. Dr s. L., se, ec., id2t all 1'rivate
UNTIL CURED. Diseases, Tumors and m:nianant t,'iluh s, ('aterrh of the
Nose, Throat, Head and Lungs. DiJsea ec ol Eye and Eat,4 o
N. K. KING. M. D. Chronic Diseases of Women, sucb as Displacements,
CIEaC jagNjres PHv.aoAN. U nittoral Discharges, and re ch wciklessc of women.
W us ato-dy regarding your condition If you are sick or afflicted. On request we
I B end youeur itrur *e, including symptom blanks fur home treatment.

OR, N MEDICAL 00X.r a ioettra an re r' at, StaI BS
^(flg. ^"-"'Bh.^ 8 enplo no imsysd'g n'iis toSPCTS atiets nd


STEA1 : : C w& GulfMPANY
ST EA M S H I P C .* M P A N Y i


^it


LEAVE.
Tuesday, 8:30 p m.
Wednesday, 4:00 p. iii.
Wednesday, 2:30 p. m.
Thursday, 9:00 a. m.
Monday, 6:00 p. m.
LEAVE.
Thursday, 3:00 p. m.


rjuay, i 1.1 a. in. A u.. cw. Friday, 2:00 a. m.
Friday. 10:00 a. m. Ai lile. Friday, 4:00 a. M.
Pensacola. Friday, 11:30 p. ni,
2 ASSENTO~EDR I-AT'ES.
Penbacola to St Andrew and Millville, $5.00.
Pensacola to Apalachicola and Carrabull-, $7.50.
St. Andrew a'd Miliville to Ar.alachicola, $5.00.
Pensaoola to Mobile, $2.50.
The above rates include meals and berths. W. G. BARROW.
Captain

A i I&AK E

General M e rchandis e !

SfAPLE 'AND FvNCY ROCERIES!

'Cooking end Iting Stoves!

Sewing wiaciiices and Needles!

Pumps, Furniture, Et.
UNDER TA ERS' SUPPLIES,

Burial Caskets, R es, Suits, Etc.

GIVE ME A CALL!


STEAMER


TARPON.
SCHEDULE,
OUT i. ARRIVE.
icw', Wednesday, 8:00 a. m
lie, Wednesday,I10:00a. m
icola, Thursday; 6:00 a. m.
elle, Thursday, 12:00 noon.
e, Monday; 6:00 a. m.
O T H. ARRIVE.
Ille.


GOING S
Penrsac
St. And
Millvi
A palachi
Carrabe
Mobil-
GOING N(
( '.'rra)bi


JOH N


R,


THOMPSON


PEALER IN

S F. rOlMDIlSE,
Dry GoodS, ,taple and Fa cy Groceries

Notions, Provisions and Feed Stuffs.

Corner Washington Avenue and Bayview St.

I pay Cash for Goods and must do
a strictly Cash or Ready Pay

Business.


This- is iIln my PaltronIs' Idllerestas :is 1cil as my Owl).
Colivi lice YoUrself of' th is Ti-uthi.,I


Call and


2" CAr, 41I STOR E!'
|CASH| PROSPERITY
DEALS IN Canot

I G IRY GOODS rTHRIVEE
KI SP-ES, GROCERIES ON CREDIT




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

Clothig, Gen ts' and Ladies' Furnishings.

MEN'S LADIES' AND BOY'S HATS.

Truniks and Valises.


FiSH CAIP S P LI ETC.
AG ENTS FO R N-I S SPECIAL ATTENTIC
AGENTS FA 7-3C ad.6 61VN 'rO
AMERICAN o.PT a a TOrders

'11 & VO,1 altalO l alF'ie
AN YTING, DEiLIIE) AT SAMPLES
_0 *. 8:. P Gladly Sent

EeIlTAS' Oln the iiaCtio
," Applicati0

Breech-Loading_ We Are .
T'HE
Woolsey's+ 124-au, o ll l! 1SHOE MEN
BS COPjP' F11t. OnlIv$5.50 _s_ _E_ _E_

C. E. !l1ACKIN & CO.

"?': e J rk., Ta'Y THE BUDY OFFICE.

- SAVE THIS "- ,-1.2.. THSI.. SAVETI
o 11ot. FSOL COFERD. o oTA N





For fivt of these eoicons and sixly conts ek; ctOr bought to the Buovy
office we will .uciish vou a beautiful finis h d 14-kt. S(li(I Go 1 u
'1" l Pe, that cos t at retail $1.50. The pen is complete with box ad
filler and is-fl ,. d by the mnRufaeturc,1 s und can be returned to
ithem if n~nsatisfactor. in any part hatr. o


I, W iJ


BMANAMflJAN LUMBER RCo.



Manufcref'rrs of

Rouh;, Dressed a Di flfielliol


Yo11oi P1113 Lunibar
ALSO

Dealers in General Merchandise,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions and Feed,


'~-1



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I Immom





A --.


CROMANTON. FARMIDALE.
i I Special Ruur0t to the BuOy. Special Report to the i uoy
/ \ I I \ I 1-1.n\\ Gedtue.s i pirotressing finely As I l, r n' lint m',en anything inl
--" S wilh iii imiai.-ion, thoe l vy frinm Falu aile inii a lung
S. -'' ',isiig c ,,;i ucs good on this in,, a l.w itiis.- fioiI helie may in-
-. - _t""h 'de o the bay. ti,.; es.t ,Some f .n; i m aIii y rc iUders.
--., Deer are reported plentiful on the Mr. \\Wlole and da ughtiter have
-.- Peihisula now; also some turkeys. rented a house here aid will stay all
r. Bates has the material 0n winter, and may locate permanently.
ThlirSdaly, Feb. 8, 1906. hand for finishing his launch. It will He likes it here better than any
be a dandy. place he has seen.
t X -AT-D T4T1 XT -


81
,
ANDRE W Rev. W. M. Croman is expected


this week, It is understood that he
intends to put the -hotel in good re-
pair, for business or sale.
We are having fine growing weath-
er; orange trees are starting .nicely,
gaardeins look well and people appear
happy and contented.


P ICES CURRENT
GROOERIFS.
tigr, ~1 t Tea, 1 lb
Granulated .... 64/ He No....... 55
Cotlee,A .... 55 Gunpowder.. 40
Lt lirowu. ... 5 Ulicol'i JA p.40-60
ro ffe,, Cond milk, 1 canll
7' Gfeten ;.. 12@20 Unsweetn'u. 10
ArbucktleT t-15 Sweetened ..... 10
,in ger duaps 31B25 Baking powder
crackers, soda 10 Royal..... ...50
Nobacco, plug d20a6I Campbell...... 1Q
&tisiing Canned fruit
London iayers'8-15 Peaches.... 10a0
Valent iaa ... 8 IT matoes..... Sal2
tic. .... 6j Apples........ 10.
S ,pties Pe -rs ......... 15
ivauporAtted.. 12 Plumins......... 10
Dried Pe tchbui 8 Apricot ...... 10-20
ol Oil prga-l....20 Strawleerries. *20
gasolinee .... . 20 Pi>nespple .; .-1i-20
?lorida Syrup. ." .) Canned Meats
toiey ......... t5 ioast Beef... 12t,
iegar ........ 30 Corned B-eef. 12/.
Caees pr b... 18 Ciiiiprl Beefltl-25
i tterr .. 25-35 Lobster, ... l2t
Ole,,inArge itt .. 1' S an.,tI . Ii1 .
i ..'10 .. 10 .'Ull ne. \' -te-, IIthl
eas..... 5 Baked Beansl... 1)
00couiinlt pkg. . Oon......0@15
lely, glasS .101a04 Peas......... 10
t h ine Juice ...... 4 Pumpkin ..... 1
ggs per doz.... 20
PROVISIONS.
Flour Pork
Star of S'th), 2.3 D. S. pr lb......
Obelisk ...... .25 Bacon Sides.....12
Cori Mealprbu'70-eto Fresh .......Balo
Oat Meal pr b... 5 Br'kf'st Bac' 16-22
oorn perb h ..'5as0c Ham canv'sd 1 5-2
,tatoes 4 Shoulders '..... I
Irish.... ... 1 40, teef
Sgarlv i 'se seed 1.60 Corned...... 8
Sweet..... li.. ,5 Fresh .. .....- I I
Salt, pr a.ck. .-.. 00 Dried .........
'altle ........ 5 M ilk pr qt...... 10
1t A RDWARE.
Nails. er 1lb4a5i AK,with handle. 75
Galv wire do.6fati fRoes, each ....35a50
Mauilla rope.. .9al2copper paint, can 50
t.oves cook,..$8a5 Linseed oil, gail55 O0
Pipe, per joint 18
DRY GOODS,
',-ints, per yd. 5ab Ohe'cks .......5ai,-5
Sheetings ... 5a9 Flannele....... al-U
Muslitn....... 9all Thread per" spool. 5
leans .......I5a45 Shoes, ladies. -sli a 75
"etra pants pat '225 Men's... $14(a00
MISCELLANEOUS.
Hay pr cwt, .75 .u ats pr **...... 60
BrAu ......... .1.25 Brick pr M ..... 13.0lU
Cope Sisal ..... 7@9 Lime pr b1)1...... 7.5
FRUIT aud NUTS.
)rauges pr doz... 45 Pecans pr lb..... 15
Apples........ 15 Walnuts ......... 20
emons ......... 20 Almond ........I5
O YS'I'EIS
ti shell p l,000 1.50 Opeaed pr qt .. 20,
L V E STOCK.
tI u r ,.4 . $ 51)i 15fl o U o wi i. .... . $1 tao$ )
M ul .'. 1: a lol, . $3 t(o 1
)X'ea.. pr yoke S, ...... ... $2

e0 1icke si. as ii 40.' 0 t .0 "ee' es ac 15,150

r -t' Si Sl S
i'i llet pr doz 25c 1,t-ilhe pr btlt 5 51
Trout. ......... 15 Ti t........ .5-t)
i'otpupan.pr lb. 6 Pompa.no .... 10.00
Sturgeol.... Mackerel .... 8.

lo0oring, CCeiling.
11 lart, n ...I 14.00 Heart, hi ...$14.00
Face ... 12.0) Face 12.00
ap ... 10,00 Sap to. .0
1)rop siding, Ctitpl oards,
heart lace o 14.0( I x6in. 'mn .$12.00
3ab "' 10.00 Finisibing luni-
Bufi 2lumber.. H@i'2 ber,d. $'12 @5.00(
earl ~hinglei, 24.50 Lath, in .... .00 .
in g 1.50 iBoat lumber,
d 'ed.... $20


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


11W. PARK ERJ


Raal Esate Apent,

PARKER, FLA.,

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


Mr. and Mrs. Hamni:t, who are
topping with Mr. Bates are highly
I leased with Florila.
Mr. IIodges had the nmifortune of a
capsze in his boat here last week.
Geo. Kinney is the boss NimrAd
or: this side of the bay. He reports
killing twenty'four skunks last week.
Caipt. Robt. Studebaker is getting
his schlioniir ready for launching.

C hamberlaiii's Coi.,Ih Relmedy the
.Mothetrs' Favori'e.
The soothing ;ind healing properties of
this remedy, its peeasant taste and per-
manent cures have made it a favorite
with people everywhere, It is especially
prized by mothers of small children, for
colds, croup and whooping cough, as it
always aflorus quick reiief, and as it con-i
tains, no opium 'or other hannmfull drug
it, may be given as confidently0to a balby
as to an adu:t. For sale by all medicinene
dealer'.
WVanted-A Servanit.
Cool servants are much In demand
In Washington as well as in other cit-
ies. Mrs. R. had searched long and
vainly for a fairly good general serv-
ant, a colored one, and at last in de-
"pair she stopped an elderly colored
woman who looked as if she might
have been one of the antebellum house
servants, a.l;d therefore a reliable one,
and made known her wants.
"I want a girl who is trusty and a
good cook. I am willing to put out"
most of our laundry work and to give
fair wages, but so far I haven't been
able to engage one," said Mrs. R.
"Don't you know of some one whom I
can get?"
'Deed, no, lady, I don't," was the
answer.
"Oh, dear," sighed Mrs. R., "what
shall I do?"
"I dunno, fuh shaw, lady, less'n you
does as I has to--hire a white woman."
-Lippincott's.
An Empty Title.
Little Willie-I say, pa, what Is an
empty title? Pa-An eminty title, my
son, is your mother's way of referring
to me as the head of the house when
there are visitors present. -Glasgow
Times.,
Well Trained.
First Little Girl-My father Is an
officer. What does yours do? Second
,(itt(e Girl-,Whatever mamma 3tels
mni.-LondonId0. L

, Kn*ier-Apl t eN dctor build yo
up? Bocker-Yes, bAit he seems to
think he built a bank.-Hairper's Ba-
zar.
Johnny Wns Good.
"I'm afraid, Johnny." said the Sun-
day school teacher, rather sadly, "that
I shall never meet you in the better
land."
"W1hy? What have you been doing'
now?"--Pick Me Up.




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


There is more catarrh in this section of
the country than all other diseases put
together, and until the last few years was
supposed to be incurable. For a great
mnmyv years doctors pronounced it a local
disease, and prescribed local remedies
and by constantly failing to cure with
local treatment, pronounced it incurable.
Science has proven c.ttarrh to be a con-
stitutional disease, and therefore re-
q'-ires constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney& Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only
constitutional cure on the market. It is
talren internally in doses from ten drops


to a teasboonful. It acts directly oni t (lie
blovd and mucous surfaces cf the system.
They offer oue hundred dollars for any
Case it fails to cure. Send for circulars
and tistimonmals. Address, J. F. CHE-
NEY & Co, Toledo, Ohio.
Take Hall's Famiuly Pills for constipa-
tion.
:' Strictly Tree.
"Are you sure that Is -n1 orphan asy-
turm across the way.?" asked the stran-
ger within the gates.
"Certainly," answered the native.
"But a policeman just told me it was
an old ladies' home," protested the
Attranger.
"Well, that's all right," rejoined the
iiatlve. "Every old lady in It is an or-
phan."-Chicago News.
Italian Counity Dance.
In Italy when the country men and
ivomen dance together the first thing
they do' is to toss off their sh'oes,- if they
wear any. A man does not go up to a
girl and ask if she will dance; but be
fixes his eye upon her from a distance
and nods. She nods In return, and
then both kMck off their shoes, advance
toward each other and be,4iu to dance.
A Little Tale From ailryland.
"Just by way of experiment." said
the first fairy, "I appeared to ten men
At random arind asked' them to make a
w*ish, and seven of them waited to
tnow how to play the races."
"Ah!" said the other elf. "Only
seven? But, I presume, the others
thought they knew."--Punch.

IHi Tve'kt Ponti.
A man was killed by a cim:.alar saw,
and in his obituary val ie it was stated
that he was "a good citizen, an up-
right man, and an nr lent patriot, but.
o'f limited information regarding cir-
tir saws.*"


Mr. and Mrs. Stratton have e igamg-
ed a house here and are expected to
arrive on thl- next trip of tllb s~u
Tarpon. Mr, Stration spent the win,
ter of 1903 here and was very mucl
pleased with this location.
John Madlin, our book agout, i.
having great success with his books
He has a fine assortment of books.
Mrs. Roche lhas rented the Cunii-
ningham House ani titted it up to
keep boarders. bhe can accommno-
date quite a number of people, Hier
liouse i.s right on the Bay front-has
a beautilnl river view from every di-
.lirection; plenty of fish and oysters;
boat and fishing tackle for all whl,
like that kind of sport.
W. F. Woodtord's launch, Sybil is
always at Lihv,(1 to accommodate pleas-
ure seekei. He also has a liar g, that
that hlie iuses f,.r a ferryboat-it will
carry three teams across the bay a:
one trip.
Mrs. Woodford has been crippled
for more than three mointlhs and una-
ble to atte i to her hoit.seliol duties.

The-so called cr:-'viigs of. appetite are
purely th' result of habit. A habit
once acquired and persistently follow-
ed soon has us in it.i grasr;, andu the:i
anv" (dovPiut illl + therefn-ot'Tn t m Pr fir i; iv


disturbs our physiological equli:ritij .. f ns on Men-of-war.
The syslni makes copiplalit. and v.-aw th o:en day-t." remarked a vet-
experic.nce a craving, it may be, for sea captain the other day, "the
that to which thO body h:as bl.'c.ce ,- .' ,, taicd." of giving names to
customer, even though this something ,, ,. on nn-of-war
be in the long run distinctilys injurjou. 4:.e e of the United States
to tle wel:fae of the boy. Tho :ie ha; .a the ,rillip-11 guns
thus coe. about a si.ai..t. that Le e Lalnes, as follows:
craving- of t petite for f,)o e .a, True Blue, Yankee
to be fully satl.... t .t L IT ",, .n: ; '- lEY agle,
bdicnce to n:u:- L'r,. :3 i' '. 21 V,:':en, Mad Anthony,
however, is fanit y i:1v. Any ",,. l" Libery oev-
one with a little per;:st"ace (11 cLaimi ; '. 1 Deilance, Liberty or
his or her habits of l; dcii ae Tars, J:ir-Ig Billy,
whole order of cmra'i-gs, thi: (1n: an- ,.. -,. ;:re, N,.ryr Daw-
stratiug that the latter a"e pure'y ,ti- ., .uner' Hill, Pocahon-
icial and that they have no ece y ", Willful Murder. These
connection with the welfare or c:.., .- ,a c:g"raved on small squares
of the botly. In other v.),e_, otc s:a ,. *.;;,*' I>ate."--V' '" :on Star.
requirements are ta be f'ti lI t"ti
upon so called instinct an'v, cr'tv A Healing Gospel.
but upon reason and Ite- .-L.s The Rev. J, Q Warren, pastor of
Sharon Baptist church, Belair, Ga.,
*Te ew u 1s 'lince, says of Electric Biur.-r: "It's a God-
-These cards I ;wore ot." ec:.!P7:L.tmi send tominankind. It cnredmd 0of a lame
ed the old bos'n in Sng I-.i, :n d Ir
"Why don't ye get a new dfcc? Ye back, stiff joints and complete 1,hv-ical
kin buy a good one fur a quarter." collapse. T was so weak it tiok me half
"We're only plan s:lors," replied sn hour to walk a lil.i Tvo hbotles of
the giuner's mate, "so the quarter Electric B.tter i.h'ce maid, m.-s- strong
deck's too rich fur our blood."-Phila- i have just walked three miles in fifty
delphia Ledger. minutes and feel lI.:. walking, three
Sick Hedacie. more. It's made a ti.w man of me.'
_- i. aiicrnir a lkt Greatest remedy for weakness anti all
.hdistiessing alm r ul rom a st.oma.h liver and kidn- coroplaints
disordered condition of the stmneI. \ Sold -under gi ar.tte A. H. Brake's
that is ineocd to effect n cure is a dnse or
two of Chanilrrilnin' Stomach ,aril pr A 5 0 C
Liver Tablets. In faicte attaI 1.a)v 1, rP pri pA2ER'.
warded off ,r greatly le'-sened in severity HAIR El"S a. M
ly taking a dose of these Tablets~ !is soon i -' i. ,.i, ,'owth.
:a th,. first \nin ,t-,in f ,tan 1 ,1. p- ..r t re~ .ra
Fe. ,"al. ly ,',,,;," 'I].-I -".
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ntra tilng B lar aild Vworkr111a llolW

Factory on Bay Front, near Washington Ave.,

ST. AN DREW, FLA.,
Is Prepared to Build Houses, Launches, Boats. Etc.

sac ;'y E4ppcd with Engine and ModeTn Mi J:Inery
FOR TH B MAN UFAC'&URE OF

Mauldings, Cofains, Stair-Bui Iding, Etc.


Estimates Chaera.lly Furnished.


D I.l


W


NIXON,


At Vi a TU(ET'S OW Sfand, NiI LLE, FLA,
Carries a Full Lime o'


GENE RAL

Dry Goods,


MERCH ANDIS E,


Groceries,


Provisions,


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Headquarters for the Purchase
Produce.


and Sate of Country


When in Milillile, Don't Fail to Come s


See


Me


, There ar more McCall Pater 'U seld lathe United
States than of any other make of patterns This isa e
tecount of their style, accuracy and simplicity.
McCall's M ganzlne(The Queen of Fashion) hag
ore subscribers than any other Ladies' Magazine. One
year's subscription(t2 numbers) costaSO cent. Latest
number, 5 ent. Every subscribergets a McCall Pat-
torn Free. Subscribe today.
Lady Aeent Wanted. Handso n premiumsoat
Liberal cash commission. Pattern Cataloguer (of 6oo de.
1fns) and Premium Catalogue (showing 400 premiums)
ar reei- A'ddress THE MCCALI; CO., New York.


Pr t 'sonai,
Andrew Allatn, tie iimler kini ol
Allanton ,on East Bay sjpeut Tihurs-
day iund F:iday ot la.-l week lI St.
An irew.
V\olney Ross, vvwife :ind son ol
South lHaven, Maict.., a ived Uo tlhe
Tarpon, yesterday to swell the Soutir
Haven delegation already here thli
the iastrumneuallty of their piounuer,
U-. 0. Chapman. Mr. R.I., is viuc
presidentt of the First State Bank o!
South Haven. They are at home
ivith Capt. Boyne in the Mri. San-
lers cottage in Wet End,d.

Mind Your Eye.
"Most persons," says an oculist, "re-
,ard the eye as -'-minepluhg rather apart
"roin the rest of it,.ir anatomy and
,ot in nmu-h relation to It. They
_ardiy realize that the condition of
,g,'it it -i their -g.i 'ri, l health and
ro surprised to be t-old that when
'a seos ar-- needd l the wearing of
Lthe l i'iy add to their avoirdupols,
mae Lthu sleep better or improve
thei-r app'iteos., yet itha is true, as any
oci";; 0.t or p:iy3i(.i; an :.,-,w An over-
w';keod e;.e ner:. ci s i a Liuelnih of an
a:L. ;tr il the : i- ,'-i- :-, as any
*f the otler ner'v.- uid.r abnormal
pre .r-''. Brain ., ', r; in particu-
: houd .. -.. : r. n the best
_:,o.;i e .il',>n al i r-nder t-,e:.-
M)'". po";oe a'd.
'L ;e v,." ,,," *] ; i. !z rest.
And rig-.t : it should s."ii, l that
LJ ,-, tlp isi.g 1the eye in l'.'ing or
;'!hli~ and begin an t; nir;'lt-l brain
;tir.-:;,ating- conversation keeps up tL,
otr;in on the optic nerve. Strong
ig't,'d i'er..ons, too, abuse their eyes
.o.i.o.ly. No matter how well one
can see, he should never work In a
oro'i 1,"t-. The I.4 ,t should always
bi f'ro' 1,i hind if possible or from tLe
'ieft stiQ ac..e. A green shade helpsI
;a!eri-aliy in persistent, close work,
a. c.l v water i;;lag.-l over the
-'I:o l hdas is a useful tonic."-New
iork Times.


Notice of Executors.'
(Of Final S-ttlement.)
In Court of Countiy Judge, State of Flor-
ida. In re- .-: ,t,- ,o f R. F. Brackin.
Washington County.
N..tice is hereby given, to all whom it
may ,I.oncern, that on the 1st day of Sep.
timber, A. D. 1906, we shall apply to the
Honorable J. R. Well', Judge of said
Court, as Judge of Probate, for our firal
disch';ge as executrix and executor of
the estate' of .R. F. Brackin, deceased.
and at the same time we will present to
said court onr final accounts as executrix
Ind executor of said estate and ask for
their approval.
Dated Feb.16 h, A. 1., 1906.
lRACHEL lM. BKACKINT,
Execuiitrix.
CHARLES E. BRACKIN,
Exo'-utor.

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION..
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla,
Jon. 2. 1906.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowin2g named settler has filed notice of
his i.ltention to make commutation
proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before rlhe
Clerk of the Circuit CourtataVernon,
Fla., on Feb.. 20, 1906, viz.
CHA RLIE E EVANS of Nixon, Fla .
Hd 33:384, for the nwi of net and net of
nw of sec 15, tp. Is, r. 12w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz.:
H. C. Evans, C. McInnis. C. F. Butler
of Nixon, and W. H. Steele of Lau-
rence, Fla. W. G. ROBINSON, Register.


NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPA RTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
LAN)DOFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLA.
Jan 2, 19(6.
Notice is hereby given that the fol-
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make commutation
proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof vrill be made before clerk of
. circuit court at Vernon, Fla., on
F.-'b. 0. 1906. viz:
J. WILBUR EV AN 4, of Nixmu, Fla..
Hd No:.' 31. for ihe set of sec. 9, tp.
Is, r. 12w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
FI. C. Evans G. McInnis, C. F. Buthlr
of Nixon, and W. H 'Steie of Laurence,
Fla. W, G. ROBINSON, Register.

Friglitfully Bnrued.
Chas. W. Moore, a machsnist of Ford
City, Pa. had his hand frightfully
burned in an electrical furhace, He ap-
plied Bucklen's Arnica Salve with the
usual result, "a quick and permanent
cure." Greatest healer on earth for
burns, wounds, sores, eczema and piles.
25c. at A. H. Brake's store
i'r',vi.Zg tin .Lov-.
Br- ''-- i:;.o-v you don't 1-love we!
r;);:a--\\iy, cliii. what makes you
aiy lh itL? ih;rie-iIec:ause you're not
jr(" l -'. Why, M Aymue Gray's been
*i;;rriTOd nearly a year, and her hu.
band's ,o jealous that he's shot at hlti
iwv:ce tad tried to kill himself three
tiraca:
osa or Polish. d
"So he said I was a polished gentle-
man, adid he?"
*"Well-yes. It was the same thing."
"Ah! What was the exact word?"T'
"He said you were a slippery fellow."
-Cleveland Leader.


to Docic',


Because we make medicines
for them. We tell them all
about Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
and they prescribe it for
coughs, colds, bronchitis, con-
sumption. They trust it. Then
you can afford to trust it.
Ask your own doctor.
The best kind of a testimonial-
"Sold for over sixty years."
A deb C. OAyer Co., Lowell, Mass.
Alo meanufaoturera of
Ss SARSAPARILLA.

We have r( h
the formu'r-i j .
yer's PilIs Ev:,. herry
Pectoral in i .. :cold.
letlic- '.with Bores.
An amun rg incident is related of
the .-' '.-I of 'certain devotees of cards
at a club in New Ybrk to rid th iem-
selves of uunwelcomno suggestions as to
-h or f: of play vounhsafed by bores
ho in -..:1;, about and
i;)^1:,k n;; over the ii.-i., -; :" the i ;e.-.""
S, :. o one i.. th e playor. I.-r
h'ipas'the mo't -'.X' ,,-[ of *'." f tht
tn c~_rs of the club, co.ild ensure t O
S.ueisauce no 1...'*'. Rising. he po-
:itly as-!-d one of the bores to play
the hand for him until his return. The
bare t )ok th ceards, anri the player left
*-e room. Soon afterward the se'end
p'o'-r f'llowerd thl e xanple of the
.. T'oe two .:hst.t.tut, played for
-' '- ,-t* ob ervig t l 3tpse of
e:",. li.:.ry oi! e of them called aun
'til:!a.,t a!i.d <"s!cc l:
".,_h;>.e ,r3 the g,.!n{utloecnon whio were
e aVhile hfigo?"
...e .t .:: t g.r .ni:. "They're In
'"* r'e::? "";, sir. playing cards."-
o 7c- Yr):k ",' ').:!e.

l'r:Y!,x vor ;Foor d lHisliands.
A pi.!-i!(t>esqoe (et'cmonl)y takes place
ve;r-'y .1!"*0 in Iante-Vieoue. All the
i: in th pl ce on 1he day of St. Eu-
r;p; (I't in p i -,ce-.;ioun to St. .Innlen-
e'ai ) ie' lo the cross which is erect-
1 ,*ir the ch 'rch t..) tlo saint. Each
* : iing's her left garter on the cross
and pr'ys that she may have a good
husband and then gives way to the
neot girl. The cross is so smothered in
garters of different colors that at a
short distance it looks as though It
were covered with flowers.
'The Best Physic.
When you want a physic that is mild
and tiille, easy to take and certain to
act, always suse Chamberlain's Stomach
aid Liver Tablets. For sale by all medi-
ciue dealers.

LEGAL NOTICES. ,


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COMMERCE AVE. EAST OF BECK ST., ST. ANbREW iFLA.,
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BrgMs; od* ines, Fancyo Tolot Articleg


I Handle no Quack Nostrums8

PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED
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TIME TABLE


LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R R


In Effect April 14,
NEW ORLEANS ANDI


1901
M1u1ILE


No4 No. 2 m N. No. 1
12:35 n'n 11:05 pin. Leave P.eiisicl., ,\A r ve 5:0 u i. 4:00 p.at
2:22 1:02 am. 0Flonmton, L,--uve 2.33 a n. :3 i "
4:22 2:55 *" M.0lil,i ** 12.30 n'u 1:25 "
8:25 '7:301 'New oUl..-hnm-. .8:0ii p.im. 9:30 a nm:
KOTU{ 11.


No. 2
11:05 p.m.
6:I5 a.m.
11:59 "'
2:30 "
7:20 p.m

No. 2;
Daily.
11:55 p.m.
12:15 't
12:20
12:23 'D
12:35 '
12:39
12'50 "
12:58
1:30 a. ti
1 :55
2:20
2;33
3:00
3:23 "
4:0' "
4-18
4:4C
5:00 '
5:08
5:33
6:00
f:00
7:40
7:50
7:5> n
K"1:, n"


N.4 No No. 3
12:35 p. in. Leave Ponr Ior'.q. .'a A 'r'i r- 4:1,K) p- ul 5:00 a.uEd.
-'' Arrive Montnlirt'.lw' I..tver 11:15 a~m. t9:31")p. rm.
Bi lrmrn inglyh am '' 8:33 4:0.5
~ 'Lmii~villc 11:11 p.m. 2:45
1' Ci ,iinnati e6:00 ''11:1,5 o.M.
I 1)l'iSt. Lnq 4:1c 8:55 '
1, A ~ A N D I l %\ E It .1N Mi10 N


s.C -D'.


7:2S
7:39

1:15
8:30
8:38
9:10
9:35
9:44
(:57
10:10
lt,:15
10:30
10:47
11:07
11:25
11 :4,5
11.42
I 2:02"


P, ,, nl, IJ :1


Boh.tii
Ynie'mra
FsecamiiA I i
Mul it
Har l
4alt n :i\
M ili.,
Good . -."
tio;r,
M il:i. ,
Cresl t i..\',
Deer r.and
Moss. I. atn
DeFunink Spi ,I,
Ar .: l.-
Ponce il,. t.''
Car\' vill'
Bo;n ifay
Ch Ilev
C, ott ol nl -
Mariimnna
Cyp, ,.-.
Grand Ripl.-,
Sneads
liveir.Jb"ution I,


Placid lAndoo Servants. J t sLra.ng-
Ilndoo sert'vait., ate the most 1mi- 'll.eganit' i oi,
perturbable people .in he world. You "; ."-: fojl
may throw one downstairs or pat him fr- :,-t -1 ,.
on the back. He accepts -both with ex- ..:: <*
actly the same expression of county. : .:
nance. The Indian's religlon Is at the
bottom of all his acts,.all his feelings. W1 .
e,eats, ieeps. moves and has his be-
Ing a.'r-rdi'ug to religious formula, nt I
anti hm; doi-trine of reluenrrnation foru-s A
his whole philohs.iplhy of life. Tbh fact ":
that you are the master now is dueG be.i'i ;,,
to the fact that you have been the ,,.
,ervant in some previous reincarna-'
tion. Hie is the servant now, and the' e. .
only chance for him to be reborn I in I .-'
the master's position Is to learn all the" v. 1.:..;
les-ons of his present incarnation. He .' .,: I:'
takes everything philosophically. If Is :t.,' '
all a part of the (ay's work. I A Case of Pronouns. syItbit is a
Tommy Mulligan of the seventh A bIr i.;.ifti
grade was absent from the class room lA good vwt:;t
for one entire day. It would appear a jev,'el. ithi
that he had played truant, for, un- leon I.
Known to Tommy, his teacher had spied How w;!r'
him trudging homeward with pockets der and l *
bulging suspiciously when .phe, too, earliest g,::
was homeward bound that afternoon., pirits.--('Ci-
But Tommy brought a note of excuse -
the next morning, which, of course,
would prove that he had been detained "We are
at home legitimately. The writing wass dramatic p
hardly that of a feminine hand, and worthy chat
the note appeared to lhve been written "Vihy. th~l1
Il',orlou'ly urand with uchli lottln'. hunting "'.
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The following I.- gIveu In brief as the
theory most gepic:-ally entertained by
seliitl'..-, with a few e crprtious, con-
-ruii odc.tid: It Il a.-ur.'.,d that the
moin, actinz tioio, wouid not only
"raise a wave on tilt side of The eartli
2eL-u:;',L o ;t b. gravliatihn, but would
tls' 'lr:i l rthIe cart.h itelf far elnongli
out of It-. oiir.e iJ a .o be'.hind snuma
of the wa-er on itlh.- farther hlne, vaicli
water wouldd trIi I' r.u'iitUd relatively to
the ea.'tL'- s-urtlei anwi. '-o.iitute the
SeCond 1 ,Jml l ,-'ve. The sun alone
ixv-uu'd a:.r .Pi ilarl., although Its tide
raising of':'f-It 1. only about two-lifths
that of the l.O'nml. Now. at new moon
.he uII n itd in' .in "',Uil tro'g-ther" and
give li1iLhe; ti,<'- 1 th-1 1 a thIO first and
third iua:-,e:s, xUhri i!e -un dIrawas ts
right ual(-s to the line of the moon's
attractln, a an it u11m roi,'n. wlien the.
sun is on the oplit.ire side of the earth
'frntm the iuou, virtually the s6;ue ef-
fect Is ol'rerved a. at t ew moon, but
the douie tide ralnIng a<(tion of the
sun 1w0ulL aLigain be superlinposed on
that of theI moon and give tides on op-
posite wides a, high as those a fortnight
before. ___
A WorldwidO Benefactor.
Alexander Melville Bell was a man
whose ibenefactlons to afflicted man-
kind wUI It ve loug after his name has
lheen foi'r,'tiloa by those whom be aided.
As the inivontor of "visible speech," the
systrm of p'honetles In vogue In vir-
tually all rdhaf and dumb institutlouas
In thrll country, Mr. Bell did more thau
any oilier single individual to lighten
the burden of the unfortunates de-
prived of one or both of these faculties.
Cornmi from a f:tmily three gunera-
tkliis of which devoted their energies to
developing the art of instructing the
deaf anl dumnb In methods of commu-
ule.ni i.,r., h; achlievements In thl3 direc-
ti,,n Lnvo loft a lasting impriat. The
.v(.tn whioh hi' 'lvl.rIed enabled those
d,.ni'd 'u.'"I lI civil gps by unture to
.ijjy ,o'v n,,mi ni 'ii wi.rb tboilr follow hb-
ilTi n:4 a nI1 .1 i boughtht Joy Lrito thou-
,.andn. f li'.c- Rarely do". s it fall to
the lot of a ma)n to confer such bless-
iugs i''n blir'inlty. His death will
be i c,, ir,-T, .if profoundly regret to the
worP. 'i.td lprtilrlarly to those In
whose 1. -'-i' ho laIborerd ''n earnestly
nnd with such a marked degree of suc-
cess.--Detroit Free Press.
Ttflvhg non tie n alshop.
P i-h i:. !omfield discovered one day
as ho entered the pulpit that he had
forgo'tten the manuscript of /his ser-
men. It ,as impossibleto do as the
o-,ftish minister did in similar cir-
eumstpacoes, s his homo whi(0 the cong,',e:tfn sung
Psil'n 119. No, he must preach ex-
tempore, Tnd did so, taking for his
*hnnpt 110N oitm'. n fi God Vpr I.epll


.1 A ?'~'obv ty. i. U.1 11Y(1j t i A t o0 T I4. .Vy ''vIt
"It1 .i - il.l." : satisfied be fift with his effort. As he.
LI-ly fr P.-).. .1 f,.,"i t' ti) ,'.d walked home he overtook one of his
"ift w,..:,, in *'h g.,ol They'd wrr congregation. whose opinion of the spr-
ryt enodb' a, *., h. l. '.t. to r w ork of nou hlie iuvited. "Well, It were a very
some of ti:' sn- .,ruo l.esh "--New good sermon," was the reply, "blit I
York Pret s don't agree wi' it. I b-lleve' there is a
.-o-k--, -G od.

K ILL The Savage Ear.
AND 0 ETH 'Ti"Fnthcr,": sald the small boy, "whliat
_-_ blank verse?"
"Blank verse, roy sotn" answered thb
-hIT man of no literary prten.-jions, "is
something that generally sounds a's if
S" it.f had been written by a man whose
Now PinIld wa aa blank."-Washington Star.
FJr. P I MTMn Price --- ...-.. -..
FOn1 M''rId roG&1.r0o 1 LEGAL NOTICES.
C0L03 r ,a Trial. -
r stw. (' for all NOTWE: FOR PUBLICATION.
T OAT n'L.d LUJNG TROUE- DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
LES, or ETONTEY Dt' .'. !Laud offfI at Guinesvill Fla.
,., Wi-W--r .-- ir. .--,..0 'J, n. 13, 1906.
S'" .. .. Notice is hereby give that the fol.
5E0.VF,"An.i lowing named settler has filed notice of
o' -XP.EPIESCE his intention to mako commutation
proof in support of his claim. to d that
said proof will be made before the Clerk
Sof the. Circuit Court atVernon, Fla., on
Feb "I'. Iq1' 1. viz:
"1 ,JAMEL .A. WEEKS of Auderson, Fla.
Hd 34614. for the w' i of se} of see 22,-
TRADE MAit .3 itp 2S, r. 14 w.
DESIGNli Iei ameS the followiu2 iwitn-ijsses to
Aec'n s'nd^-tCOY*hn-ri GHTS-on prove his coutinuous resideibe upon
rl.,k .ai', otin free we.tol- n uid cultivation of said ]I:nd, viz.:
n-., P, i ..-..... -,- I i,,f1, ,nl. t o ,ita Jack Scurlock' Tom. Tiller, W m J.
i',, f .-. ii,..J.- ni -..i. ',.- it-iare riigpiau'ii. (Gurit'ainous and W ill Gurgainous, all
l,.l.,'i, 7i',.'. '.i ,I 1 Uni ,f & Co. reC of A uderson, Fla.

Sc '. ",i J "'. t ROBINSON. iegibter.
"Sc m S J. iIiI' ? -ai .
A hrsmn ,,-,'l!"t ..i ,,I;7 -I "-.' I. ,r, ,,' NOTl, E FOR PUBLI3 AT1ION.
''' ..l *"' ,' l'.,'rI'llTM LNT OFTHE INTERIOR.
y '3t(,0 "Jroea'i.', ew York! l an-ir.te at Gainesville, Fla. )
i -',i 1 irM.e 1' -L ...... Jan. 13, 190t.
i'-n 0 "-ri~ Ii ) r1 I n'c' 'i hereby given that the fol-
S'I ;' 1 gnau'd settler has fil,- hotice of
l l l ,*, i, uL t i .,ke flu ii. proof in sup-
S II', ,f n,.,v lain, au.i that said proof
A '.I\: i1' I :\ ;I.\' 1 1 V 1 ,,h made before the clerk of the
"'tu I i0. 1Lt r a, e, tlnon, Fla.. on Feb.
"il. 1. lOH", vi Z.
h. 'w u :11 ti, *,i,., ,u-,, .r N i' .iM,1 'I . I.. .M1ASRBUTRN, of Bennett.
b l.ril;, .i 1 .tL;.'- '( i ',.' I,, m, i Florida,
oh (:',te hli.lh "i : .I ; |. i,'I' I, Ii i, 1 3{7 f,:r ti heei of awsi and w of seo
* .-Itv il l ti ai It ,- u o -i :. 7. Lt I I, r 12w.
..tv i- ti,' Ia. It . r , iI" r,'-n- hie following witnesses to
ili.n ,f ,.,,'t-t lI ,., \ ,,.'-I 1 e.i I I ,r... e 1 nis ionLinuous residence &poll
.4*:t 'l fr.Im i |' ". I '.. 11i T ;i I in .iini ltitua ion of said laud, viz:
Isr. inl I<" 'i '* \ i i..-->.- ill, ,. A .. '*-*'tst'or, of Bayheadi, W A.
P1 lck t, '. .1. B Brown and C. T. Ben-
p-,,1 11 ,-*I' -I,,, ;', M :,,1 ,i' u,:- t (f, H uuortti, Fla.
Sita ,I ,. ,In 1 i [ l'(' I vii.'. \V, (. ROBINSON, Register.
.\ ,i', WFI;ditir',a ee p iid.
A S E'TI,.N\.\. I !.\1' L t'ik I c T L
, N 1'TI,0"AU 1A-%- \ M I' T1E% N .)''.C, FOR PUBLICATION.
" *[-,.,( rvvkK* ,,'I Tit.r -m l'ti.rE lo".
4 ai,. al A1 l .i. rip.:...... of ',, L,.u i Offi 4A G ine viblle IFla.0
I ft e i i inuaiufl.i M mtrlany' .il.-," l,,>;e. .t ,Ian. 13, 19l.'.
7t ,r.,o Tii, r'i k f .'- n 'ii rit,,|n :,i.i N,. i,' 1., hvreby giva:u that the follow-
f,|i-,~,|It , ,t,'III V. '. 'I I1 iP o ntlam d st tllur lha" fil.d notice of his
Sti. t o i rii .,n to makiie final proof ii support
1ids is no hh,,wn. 1l t .- 'i .ii i ,,, 1- .'aun, and that said proof will bhe
tlh'i W -4p thl a .i,,, m 'cin l r l.. -i .n < u i,.i bl't. -r, he clerk of the circuit court
l 'av i t i .il ,,r i rmi ,. 1 ', i, ., t \ I r'i-.t. .oi Feb.20, 1906. viz.:
.,, i.,r, t ,1,)' ,, Il.,v N'iL, ', I.. li NIEKRS of Bayhead, FI .
S U.lrH, dt I"' .,3..' for the sa t ff nhe and ujof nw
E l lHml v a i w ill ;.,. r-.-lI It, % il t. I .,,'. 1 tp *t4, P. 14w ,.
rfi a .',i-. .. 1 .]('-.,.$ r ..It ,1'f i. ) ,.,' 0 i. I~, iI- the t'oilovinig witnesses to
..~-" -Il o .- i.-.nt .. s residence utoa and
(ur Clubhin Li t .- ,,iin, ... a.i.id lahd, viz.:
Our CUbbing List. .11,-n 'ouglas, Joseph Porter, Henry
T" 1. iit n. ..I '. .I -.' l l .1 1. Il 'lurnx, .L iti James Grant, all of Bay-
,i ,t h 5a. 't' i.F .'.l "' 'h .. a,. '. G Rom ,sox, Register.
S pna tirlo ,, ,,,, r ..-... n' ,,,,Jan d .i f~~~'r.JE r's fee naid.
.-e pre-..l.lr.-n -ii I r ,,, .....i. n.r NOTII(.'E IF)R PUBLICATION7
Hit.4e. tU '- ..d 'F1,HII'f MENT OF 'tluE INT'ERIOR.
UD t.rnil Fre,.. r - '1 .... L l T F,'-F : ATG IN1SVI.LLE, FLA.,)
aJ ,.- i' .*... Jan 2, 1906,
% ,, N owi.-, i- hereby given that the fol-
.. .., . .. I ,, L', I. ,.ILT''d settler has filed notice of
a "' .fi' ' i. int'itI. i ti -i Trmake fital proof in sup-
pFar,'.,- i I ,il t '. t or t1 .-iaiti artd that said proof
lq.' .'"' ri" ^t rn t -' -,ill ,h, ,,In ide before the Clerk of the
F. i,., I .'-: i* i ,"- ,'Init ('.LouLt at Verv ou, Fla., on Feb.
;.,rr ,, I. ,. A .,l I ,' I; in ,' .i,1\ I r '111,,. .,.
f'i,,:,. iI i I., .- -.. .A.. '' FREE, of Nixon, Fla.,
S .. i 1, 1: . h ,--,. I I ., i ] :;:';4 i for tht,1e.e of nwi and nwi of
1:rla, ( r ...-. I "It. I, :" n.i 'of to. 36. tp. is, r. 12w.
N. ',,,-l- .,l .' l. 1 -I 1 II ui nin,,-:, the following witnesses to
'i," Lr t,*'in*i* i I 1, i,'o.,, li. 'ontiur ous residence upon
Ti Crtii-rii .. ,1 ,r ,l!Lti,.,tnIl of said laid, viz:
For n-1.i I* o it:itr ~l o ,.r h ..t'il .'s4 l. Lndi rinilk, Robert N!xon,
. iu i,. .oi ine'.-i %i t l i. i li -'hmnal [lIwell and W illiam1 L. Row-
w v lin .rdj.-n-t., } i t. ' ,.i, all of Ntonr, Flh.
t'? A .Jrre,. Fla. \V. G. ROBINSON, Register.


BY Crittenden martlott

(1p M, 1905,151. b1A P. C. Ea'twent

Come to me. I must see you. KATE.
The words on the telegraph blank
danced before Frank Howard's eyes,
keeping tune to the Joyful throbbing
of his heartstrings. "Cowe to me," he
echoed gleefully. "That means yea, of
course. Talk about luck! Let's see!
It's 8 o'clock now; If I can catch the
9 o'clock train I ought to gt there by
tomorrow noon."
"Yes, sah, Miss Mason's In, sah.
Walk right In, salT." The old colored
man drew aside the thick p-ortleres
that hung in dthe duorway hnd ad-
mitted Frank to the parlor. The voices
of both had leen low anil the man's
footsteps made W) sound on the soft
carpet as he advanced Into the room-
advanced so silently that a girl, stand-
ing by the mantel, wlt her face re.t-
Ing on her outdung arm, did not hear
his approach.
Frank halted and gazed at her with
devouring eyes. There sbe stood, she
whom be had come a thousand miles
to see. She had seut for him and he
had come. Henceforth she was his
to.rever.
Suddenly a muffled sob reached his
Car. "Oh. Frank," came a murmur,
"I've lost you; lost youl"
Half sailing. half grieving, the man
started forward. "Oh, no, Kate," he
exclaimed. "You haven't lost me-nor
shall r.u."
Witih a startled cry the girl swung
round. Then she threw up her hand,
fending him ofl. "Mr. Howard!" she
exclairue-1. "Oh! Oh! Oh! I-I beg
your pardon. You-you startled me.
When-when did you arrive?"
'This minute. Old Tom let we In.
(-I couldn't help hearing what you
sal.l. Oh, Kate"-
"You didn't. I didn't say anything.,
You heard nothing. Oh, If you are a
gentleman you will forget everything
you heard. Oh, I can't stand itl- 1
can't stand It." With a sudden turn
she tried to rush from the room.
But Frank Intercepted her. "Kate,
Kate!" he cried. "I'll forget it if you
want ime to, though it was the sweet-
est thing I ever heard. But"-
"Cease! Cease! You will drive me
mad!"
"Why so, Kate, darling? Don't yotf
care for me at all? I hoped when you
telegraphed me"--
"I telegraphed you! I didn't I t
didn't! What do you mean?"
"You didn't telegraph me! ,Then who
did?" Instantly it flashed on Frank
that his letter must have fallen into the'
hands of some practical joker, who had
taken advantage of It to mock him. "It
was a cruel trick," he continued bitter-
ly; "a cruel trick."
"Trickl" echoed the girl,. her eyes
half blinded with scalding tears, which
she tried desperately to crush back.
"It was no trick. Kate telegraphed
you, of course. Who else?"
"Kate? What Kate?"
"What Katel My cousin. Kate
Breck. of course.' -_
"Kate Breck! What in God's name
had she' to do answering my letter to
you?" I
"To me?" The girl faltered, alhd her
cheek changed suddenly from" red to
white. "To me?" she whispered again.
"To me? Ohf" With a gesture of
despair she buried her face in her
hands. ,
With a single step, Frank was by hier
side and had grasped her roughly, iu
,his arms. "Ye," he cried. "Yes, fti
you. To you, wLom I have lv'ed ove;
since the first minute I naw you. T'7
yo'. wbo have been, my star of hone
for more than a Vi... To you, of whoa
I have ihou'ht, faur whoin I h'ave toiled
for whoni' I have- 0il, how couxu
there he any lxistake about it? 1
w-ote to you and io you ondy. I"-
"Your lIetter was addressed to Kal'
1r'-ck1," !oblbe(d thI'e gi;'l.
"It couldn't havc" been," insi .ted the
man, r:' -in, the yielding ior:m. clo.er
* and cloiWr. "I r m.Ombe.i.e'od, t}!O sim'i-
larity of tihe names even whIC] I ." I"
writing anid took p;)ar'tou!;r pt'.: i tr
miake stro [ !i(hldresse(l it to y,., '
you--to you. B;ut it doesn't ,' *,i .
uow-nothing natters now. y ':'" r
l!ng, I hive surprtsod your se'crct. I 'r.
give un fo? It, though G')d know 'A
happy it makes me. But I giv. yuin


mhine in xk.-harlce I love you! 1 lo..e
''mou!".
But tle girl plhioed him back, fr':,'
ao.rselt ulldleuty.
"It i..t0oo late." she said hollo'-:y-
"tao ante. Your letter cane to, K ,q.
itvl -'e acceptol you. the love- vYnU
ri':ink. almost a.4 iuch as I do. I t,.ink;,
:mil s.he tlits ncpted you. You r:u-t
.,) ihrouglih wilit it now. You wilW pl'l
Amar- you wil! nirry L:or'"
-, v p'or. I ".11 w l 'i I'll d, -) ,'-,h

A '".:;i :l nIir I *s l'y pro':oVirPu ."
"- l it y o ', ru ir t"
"Tif. e ,, vr, nedP.." ntrr',r, ,
voice. Arid Ir''tu' lro."l:, white i' 7 I!he
i'p-. Brt: wH.th it spot of brl,ht *,wi'-
t'a;iing on her (cho'oks, stepped itrto it'j
pa'rlon. "I o;e you ,both n aDil -.'y.'
a. coatlu edi-' !a li two fa.c'tJ .'-r
"It r ;isn't riy ftult it ;i i ,'-,u
,v-at. y, .Ir. E tw '',rd, aa a dr, e, :'

...' "', ,.u1 It wa 'r (j lv'.ed t o no ... tI.'
mi:itakl with some other mail and w.~n
,p)etl-'l lby rae witaoult '.oYr-,n ,'I
to(eian 'Dear Kl ite.' :1il I h'11 ,1 r-. It
nearly throu:hi before I refalied that
.omefhn., was wtrolrg and lookVt-l at
tI', etvo-lnlpe. Then I saw what bad
.lyppenT'a. My t ist i;mpulse w,',s t,> go)
-ttaight to- KI-te. My second T7 to
.t re advantage of yoar p'op'-.al to
'(.t e me ill a plau of my owni. I-I
iiln'reled--with a friend of :in.- .
tI..er day und wanted to r,'e:ie' :.y-
-I:f. l-i-olI, It's hard 1i tell yoI y : ". ,
b:t it is nmy only exeu-sel I tih,";'''
that if I conud make blh thinkI 1 v.
engaged to some oue I would be 1en1
with him. go I telegrnphed to-you, Mr.
Howard, and I hinted to him that--ol,
you understand, don't you? You will
forgive me, won't you, Mr. Howard,
and you. J~ate?"
The other girl had listened with wide
set eyes, staring into the other's face
as if they would read her very soul.
"Are, you sUre," s.e askedk"g.uite sure


thit--bat 'the cetrr \asg re' 1iy a-).
dreqsedt W te':"
Kate Bi,.-,k lauge Arly. "VIIy
Of cou1Trl-1.' ; o fl" C..'.'."*, f 0 OO rcl'
it wa1 adL-'ss t'l to Vy-;. Y.,)u wil;
forgi-e ir-e, 'w."o't youth" she endeJ
pl,1 ilnl'y.
.'Why-<'rtalily," Knunnured Frank
-wl:.wardty, while Kate went straight
to the otier and tonk her In her arms.
"1Dear Kate," shlie murm'ired.
Miss Breck freed herself gently. but
decidedly. '"There, there," she ex-
claimed hburriledly. '-I must go. I'll
get your letter for you. Kate. I've-
I've burned your envelope. I fear. but
I have the letter safe, and I'll get It
for you at onv-e."
As the last words tumbled from her
lips the girl hurried from the parlor,
and. alded by the banisters, made her
way to her room. Once there, she
sauk Into a chair and pressed her band
to her heart. Tbeni mastering her
emotion with an effort, sbo drew a let-
ter from her breast, hurriedly slipped
the lnclosure from It and threw the
empty envelope Into the open fire that
blazed In the grate.
"Goodby, dear love," she murmured
softly. "zoodby. g'odby."
The fire caught the edge of the en-
velope and flamed up and for a mo-
ment the address stood out. It read
quite plainly. "Miss Kate Breck, First
street. Lexington, Ky." Then the whole
crumbled away to asbes.




T ltirange

Voting of the

Princ s y r,:a-.de
Ca, Elizabcth
S. A. li Cd'-ter


The pric."e at i:n 1hf r.': n. Z.
A cool) br'-e blow t'from llT ie 1. "; :ta-:
the s,.ent of th., r.i,. t l'" 1 tl'y :air
Abovo, on tl_ ter-t** ..e, ,1!I : '-; L.
gniudly colors in thie ii:.., !-. i';; :'
a lpmiac'.'k Fro.a ju di(if :"' i 9 'rle !nf -
souni of nuisic unl a .-i,-'. t o. I .'] ,
foliOW- l tie cialLaX ,.fI' ;:1 ;::" tr. i !.y
the 3. sC, -n
The Rr;,' ..,,:'. a look of habit-aa,
scorn. santl, ir,.n' :, of her, arrogance
and i.a. ',lit,: s':o hadl conim to be
known tl -*-ui .lhiint t-jo ktn.gdoul as "My
Lady l.,i !.'.n." She was beautiful,
there i- 11, ,ien,,ing it; but, alas, slit
knew i t.,o w,:il.
Again -.n:-J agnln d he had been told
by loid',l anVd rii.ce- who liad sought
her hai.iI that she was far lovelier than
any other w,-,;niu they had ever seen.
From far ann- away came men of title,
of wc.-:ithJ, of historic fame, all eaget
to wed tbhi fair maid, but she would
have none of them.
"Find te 'a man whose beauty shall
be gr--'ter ti rn mlte," she cried at
lengl!l, "'[! 1 will marry him."
Prinpes who bad at a glance con-
querd tJmidt'-J 'h'l"."_r came, secure in
the t'j.:'t:lit ofi vi::t,"y, but went, van-
/quisLedi l.y t1b' p"oud curl of the prin-
cess' lip nr.d the mn.'-oking gleam of the
pr:i','eS eyes. Snme., however, re-
man!nl at tLe ,enurt. and, fn.ling fayov'.
la the htmart of the nmaids of honor,
cr)nsoled th,-i's.-lvIs with wives less
I'ea utiftl pr.rhaps than the princess.
biut fully a4 iharuilng In their way,
Today tho princosq Pat alrne -S-he
had forbidti' lhr n ttenin.nts to follow
her and ha l confm to the rose g.idler,
to find peace. *.nd quiet Not one in. all
the lauilghing mct-rry crowd but paid
homage to hLr htilgh e.tue; not one of
tho.- stoon n aiwe or he'r.
Siid'Jeiiiy her ear caught the sound of
i song. NM-irer and nearer it came till
the ptrlm_.-a coulil distingulsa th1i
wordg. ,,
"T'. the H v m.st


"Throihri tthe dver mist
-" of the ttk,~sc'n Spray.
Trill th onrl.,l.? ; list
To their joyous lay,"
sang the full. ilhp) voice of a man. S he
started to her feet, her face turned In
thi* direction of tie tolce.
"'What In all the world, In all the world,'
they say,
'as half so swe-t,' so sweet, Is half. se
sweet as May?' "
As the last nirte died away the singer
came Into iew. RHe was tall and
-trli:,Lt as an arrow, and he swung,
along with nsi ti't.ilind grace far dif- '
fo-re!it from the carefully n'rlulredl strut
of tbhe courtlers.
Flts thick dark hair was tangled and
p-'_'wdered with the dust of the road.
An unkempt beard disfigured his face,
but his eycw were clear and bright.
The princess surveyed him with sur-
prise nn l ever Increasing wrath. Had
the keepers failed in their duty that
iiuch a nan bhad gained euu'ance to the
palace groundsFl How hoe carried him-
self! she thought. One might think him
the owner of the grounds, at least, If it
were not for his clothes.
At this inoment the man became
aware of her presence. Aq she stood
there, her eyes bl.jzing, her figure drawn
to tti full height, her atteudantus would
have tremblpd us they awaited thv
words her highness might speak. Not
so the luanl. iMWinused in lai rapid
walk and wa!tr 'r her to speak.
"Why are you hereY" she demanded.
"My lady," the man replied, "I will
tell yon. I have heard of the beauty of
the princess, and I have come to look
upon her aud to see for myself If she
Is all that report has said."
"Be satisfitled," said the princess, rais-
Ing ber hand with a gesture of dis-
mi.issal. "You have seen. Now go, and
go quickly, for I am the princess."
"You!" exclaimed the man. He step-
ped back a few paces, still keeping his
gaze fastened upon her face. "I might
have known." And he turned to go.
"Stayl" said the princess Imperious-
ly. "Does report say true?"
"Madam," the man replied as be
faced her again, "they told me that a
man could not look into your eyes with-
out being dazzled by the light of them.
I see In them the light of anger, of
scorn, but not the light of your soul.
I can look. lnt.o them, and your eyes
shall fall before mine. V11nen rme giai
light of love shall shine in them then
one may Indeed be dazzled. Your high-
ness. I speak truly."
The prlneee.-A was looking straigbt In-
to the glowing eyes of the man. For a
apace they looked at eacn.h other, then
the blue eyes of the princess fell.
The mnin continued: "Your hlighnfes,
they said you -"'ere graceful. You are.
but let me show you this willow sap-
ling. Se the sinder curves and the*
-..a.- ,-- .-- (e fA.the x'oun~ tree? Can I


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overlook the fact that ,cr' .
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told o..f ib -j ; .- in '* I .. t' '
it l so be.i u.i.ul a ,to t u . *:u'
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el'er. TI un. i U te i of t e1 '* I i
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.h'_ tiM r -J:, '7ed. were poems, as Mi''
ton said poets' di'ves sho ld be, and tue.r
poetry was their lfe ; as Mrs. If.own-
Ing said should ailo be ,true f poets.
The world could spare ne there the lives
nor the poem, antd especially world It
be poor without those po in whi ch
each sang of the a other. Take these to-
gether, was there ever, in all the treas-
ury of the world's literature, so an-
gelical an antiphony of lve anthetmed
by the two radiant and Immortal lovers
themsel ves?-R, chard Watson Gilder
in Century.
yew to Detect Atwe e.
One of the familiar tests by which
ea chemist recognizes the presence of-
gether, was the odoevr f garli giv tren off
when one of ts comrld's lipounds iraturs heated s an-
the blowpipe flame. The same santhell of
garlic the two produced when certal fungio
grow on substances containry.ing arsenic.
And it is interesting to note that one
species of fungus is found to accom-
plish this feat of chemical analysis
more effectively when it is grown in
connection with yellow algal cells-in
other words, when it forms the preselant
association known as lichen'. The
above method of detectgarlig arsgivenic ff
-seems specially applicable to cases of
poisoning where the substance is mixed
with organic matter which would form
a suitable faedium for the culture of
the fungus.
the fungus.


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Surroundings CoutiAry.
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Di1 yon over ictice while en.joingl
your fatvo'.e cign'r that te smoke i.It
cur;; up frymi the b,:ri.::g elIl o. lho
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end o 1h> c". 'ir i-! t t'i- h o in
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the women bept tbher ag?. da,'k'
Soph-No: bea'..'usa the:'e were so min.I
JrnightP.-Columbia J.st:,r.

How He Saved 1im.
Hawitt-Thatf feliow saved me from'
bankruptcy. Jewitt-How was that?
Hewitt-He married the extravagant
girl I was engaged to.


'. the wo.' quOerest books is'
"'P- a:'rua: :.; or, T.e i atoryof France
F--A a'J l.avce, in Twelve Parts."
SI'-' "';,v *tc. or' :.anally by the au.
tL: oaf 'C a-:-Si. 2"tI and Cle opatra,'"
:.. i: as .... :;. *" by J. Phillips,
C a'V3. pa'i;ll, ir. d in Lonadon I folio'
:l n :.7, "ihar:: ,i!'" runs to 1;17S'
'c(:'::-t]y j)t'n!ied f'Jio I;ig.'s, which con-
* t,.Un ; ;i sone 1.07.3,2;.5 words. Th.it
is to y it eqnua. in leu-th ten mod-
e:'n :.-vi7s of ai;-;t 100,000 wordM
ap:-:-ce. Sir -h1i-p Sii;ney's "'Arcadia'"
work ,. a t, iliter'p'ne'sed poetry and all,
at i:?-: e -0,(,,0 Wors:,, or four moderDn


So u1apdi For Maimta'.
Pat- I hear you were a bad girl to&
y ::- I hIt ,to be -L: -3pe Smalf
r...-. -M....-.Iamm is awful strict. It
known she us'ed to be a' schoof-
e';er I'd 'A' told you not to marn?
*.er.

For Sale!
We offer for sale a strip from (tke
south side of the rorth half of, the
no.rt-v.-:et ,itartcer of section 10 town-"'
ship 4 sorth. range 14 west. running
foron th,,a s, 7-,,l house to Watson bayou,
adjoining Millville os'the south. Will be'
sold in acre, quarter, or half-acre lota.
The price asked will be according to-
location. W. A. EMMONtS&" C .n. '


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